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found this, but you have to become a free member to read it (i didnt)

Russia Preps Youngsters For Nanotech Society

[link to www.nanotech-now.com]


Yeah....I saw that on another site, which I can't mention because of an instant auto-ban!

now that is one hell of a coment thanks for that :)
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If you don't like it, either don't read it or better yet, go away!!!!
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found this, but you have to become a free member to read it (i didnt)

Russia Preps Youngsters For Nanotech Society

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Yeah....I saw that on another site, which I can't mention because of an instant auto-ban!

now that is one hell of a coment thanks for that :)
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y is it a bad pls inform?
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Why is the truth so necessary for some?

Until some evidence shows up, the speculation is enough of a distraction. I truly see no need to disparage or discredit anyone.

Granted, there is no proof, and I have complained about it in the past, to no avail.

But I am still here, still trying to link information together to create a plausable explanation of the story as given by the OP.

Does it matter that hard evidence has surfaced and we can now say that it is all gloom and doom? No, not hardly.

Like many things in life, it is a excercise in imagination and faith. Not religeous faith, but faith that something may come of it.

Without that kind of imagination, faith, and a determination to continue on even when it seems hopeless or useless to take another step, there would be no Scientific inquiry or the development of the world we now know.

Will the thread bear fruit? I don't know. But I do know that trying to dismiss it out of hand and having detractors at every turn is either malicious, self centered, or ignorant.

Have some faith, and let the thoughts and the waves of speculation carry you out to the unknown sea and the possibility of a new shore.
 Quoting: Housedad


Thank you Housedad! We can only verify what we can verify, and surfin' the waves of speculation (from critical thinkers like yourself) is a valid perspective to take in the connection of the dots. The wealth of info produced in this thread is proof of the veracity of that approach. Granted, this approach requires attention to one's intuition, a fearless sense of adventure, and critically thought out analysis....oh yeah, and a lot of sifting;-)
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found this, but you have to become a free member to read it (i didnt)

Russia Preps Youngsters For Nanotech Society

[link to www.nanotech-now.com]


Yeah....I saw that on another site, which I can't mention because of an instant auto-ban!

now that is one hell of a coment thanks for that :)

y is it a bad pls inform?
 Quoting: ej 1084956

sorry i ment y is it a ban
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OK That is why I didn't read it.
BTW: I am from Dannstadt, near Mannheim. I usually just say Mannheim otherwise people say "Where...?"
Und you?


Originally also from a "where...?" area, in between the Ruhrpott and the Netherlands. But I'm often changing places.
But you're not living in Dannstadt right now or do you? You gave me the impression of an emigrant somehow ;o)

Wie gut dein Deutsch? Wenn du Lust hast kannst du den fertigen Artikel mal durchgehen wenn es soweit ist?


on the flip side;)


on the flip chart too, sometimes ;)

Living/working in Seattle USA for 8 years.
I think my German has gone to hell since I have been in USA. I will find out when I go back to see family next year, possibly at Christmas. If they all laugh, then I know...
I will also re-evaluate: More money in USA vs Germany life.
Ich vermisse smater Europäer.
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Hans....a friend of my son is from Germany and said the same thing...but he really misses his family!
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'Intelligent' oil droplet navigates chemical maze

13:00 15 January 2010 by Colin Barras
The full version of this article contains the video ""Intelligent" droplet". Visit NewScientist.com from your desktop computer to view.

There's some humbling news from the chemical world for anyone who has ever found themselves lost in a garden maze. A simple droplet of organic solvent can find its way through a complicated labyrinth with nothing more to go on than a slight pH difference.

For the poster who made the connection between the behaviour of oil and the pH of it's surroundings!

Last Edited by childoflight on 09/04/2010 01:43 PM
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Hans, what do you mean by "smater"? smarter? smatter? I don't get it, sry

madman: nach mir auch schon, aber nicht laut genug... hab mal drüber nachgedacht, was nicht ist, kann noch werden...! grüß mir die bären!



Back to topic folks,

how would do you -in retrospect- NOW define the terms "splash zone" and "rim" with respect to the current state of information given?
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Home |Tech | News

'Intelligent' oil droplet navigates chemical maze

13:00 15 January 2010 by Colin Barras
The full version of this article contains the video ""Intelligent" droplet". Visit NewScientist.com from your desktop computer to view.

There's some humbling news from the chemical world for anyone who has ever found themselves lost in a garden maze. A simple droplet of organic solvent can find its way through a complicated labyrinth with nothing more to go on than a slight pH difference.

For the poster who made the connection between the behaviour of oil and the pH of it's surroundings!
 Quoting: childoflight


This was posted a few pages back, but interesting read all the same!
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Home |Tech | News

'Intelligent' oil droplet navigates chemical maze

13:00 15 January 2010 by Colin Barras
The full version of this article contains the video ""Intelligent" droplet". Visit NewScientist.com from your desktop computer to view.

There's some humbling news from the chemical world for anyone who has ever found themselves lost in a garden maze. A simple droplet of organic solvent can find its way through a complicated labyrinth with nothing more to go on than a slight pH difference.

For the poster who made the connection between the behaviour of oil and the pH of it's surroundings!


This was posted a few pages back, but interesting read all the same!
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Sorry I didn't catch it!
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Home |Tech | News

[link to www.newscientist.com]

'Intelligent' oil droplet navigates chemical maze

13:00 15 January 2010 by Colin Barras
The full version of this article contains the video ""Intelligent" droplet". Visit NewScientist.com from your desktop computer to view.

There's some humbling news from the chemical world for anyone who has ever found themselves lost in a garden maze. A simple droplet of organic solvent can find its way through a complicated labyrinth with nothing more to go on than a slight pH difference.

For the poster who made the connection between the behaviour of oil and the pH of it's surroundings!
 Quoting: childoflight

mm intereting for sure is here too
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mmm the old tec tesla derived stuf is mostly dc some call it
direct current in the trade we call it deadly current it is trooly lethal if you doonot no wot ure duing


I was under the impression that Tesla was responsible for making Edison's delivery of electric lights to the wealthy New Yorkers safe (dc had started many fires) by converting the system to ac, shortly after he arrived in America . Got this from Tesla's biography . Edison ripped him off by not paying him the promised $$ for this service.
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fwiw, may seem a little off-subject. but helps explain US political energies:

It's the 21st century and we continue to have older, wealthy "Yankees" moving South who laugh as us because "We got our electric power set up first and made the South wait for electricity." Many areas in the Southern USA did not have power until after WWII. There remain a few homes around powered by a bare wire, wrapped around a ceramic spool which has been nailed to the wall.
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mmm the old tec tesla derived stuf is mostly dc some call it
direct current in the trade we call it deadly current it is trooly lethal if you doonot no wot ure duing


I was under the impression that Tesla was responsible for making Edison's delivery of electric lights to the wealthy New Yorkers safe (dc had started many fires) by converting the system to ac, shortly after he arrived in America . Got this from Tesla's biography . Edison ripped him off by not paying him the promised $$ for this service.


fwiw, may seem a little off-subject. but helps explain US political energies:

It's the 21st century and we continue to have older, wealthy "Yankees" moving South who laugh as us because "We got our electric power set up first and made the South wait for electricity." Many areas in the Southern USA did not have power until after WWII. There remain a few homes around powered by a bare wire, wrapped around a ceramic spool which has been nailed to the wall.
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to be honest modern transmition lines are not far nrom that thes days still bare wire still pot insulaters pity they make us pay for it to and water huh dam stuf fals out of the sky
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good day everybody

still working on the german article on this thread...

does anyone of you know if/where there's a resumé #7?

been looking for it for a while now and wasn't successful...

thnx in advance!

btw dhlos, like your view ;)


big up, dah-di-dah-dit dah-di-dah-dah di-dah
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I have been helping Krispy with resumes...and at that point in time, things were moving so quickly that 7 became overlooked....I have lost my own computer, am borrowing one, so when I get a new one...I will go back and do a resume 7...but right now I can't get it done...
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snip-
<snip>
If our conclusions are correct, we can then speculate that the other circles in the pattern are representing
the spiritual and physical metamorphosis that the human body is undergoing at this time.
[link to www.miraclesandinspiration.com]

The following link seems to predict the GoM disaster....interesting, no?

[link to www.cropcircleconnector.com]


interesting to say the least
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oh for heaven's sakes....is that amazing or what????
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mmm the old tec tesla derived stuf is mostly dc some call it
direct current in the trade we call it deadly current it is trooly lethal if you doonot no wot ure duing


I was under the impression that Tesla was responsible for making Edison's delivery of electric lights to the wealthy New Yorkers safe (dc had started many fires) by converting the system to ac, shortly after he arrived in America . Got this from Tesla's biography . Edison ripped him off by not paying him the promised $$ for this service.


fwiw, may seem a little off-subject. but helps explain US political energies:

It's the 21st century and we continue to have older, wealthy "Yankees" moving South who laugh as us because "We got our electric power set up first and made the South wait for electricity." Many areas in the Southern USA did not have power until after WWII. There remain a few homes around powered by a bare wire, wrapped around a ceramic spool which has been nailed to the wall.

to be honest modern transmition lines are not far nrom that thes days still bare wire still pot insulaters pity they make us pay for it to and water huh dam stuf fals out of the sky
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er this isent an insult chap was just suprised to see it used :o
Rhyming slang for Yank or Wank {which is the cut down version of wanker}which turns out to ... You rarly hear this term used to the face of an American in a real life situation because ... 1. abusive meaning for someone that masturbates ..
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mmm the old tec tesla derived stuf is mostly dc some call it
direct current in the trade we call it deadly current it is trooly lethal if you doonot no wot ure duing


I was under the impression that Tesla was responsible for making Edison's delivery of electric lights to the wealthy New Yorkers safe (dc had started many fires) by converting the system to ac, shortly after he arrived in America . Got this from Tesla's biography . Edison ripped him off by not paying him the promised $$ for this service.


fwiw, may seem a little off-subject. but helps explain US political energies:

It's the 21st century and we continue to have older, wealthy "Yankees" moving South who laugh as us because "We got our electric power set up first and made the South wait for electricity." Many areas in the Southern USA did not have power until after WWII. There remain a few homes around powered by a bare wire, wrapped around a ceramic spool which has been nailed to the wall.
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Paternal grand dad's sharecropper had a set-up like this on his family's shack on the Louisiana-Arkansas border 56 years ago.
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I have been helping Krispy with resumes...and at that point in time, things were moving so quickly that 7 became overlooked....I have lost my own computer, am borrowing one, so when I get a new one...I will go back and do a resume 7...but right now I can't get it done...
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Thanks breezy, realy realy appreciate yours and Krispy's work! Good luck with finding a new comp...
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Why is the truth so necessary for some?

Until some evidence shows up, the speculation is enough of a distraction. I truly see no need to disparage or discredit anyone.

Granted, there is no proof, and I have complained about it in the past, to no avail.

But I am still here, still trying to link information together to create a plausable explanation of the story as given by the OP.

Does it matter if hard evidence has surfaced and we can now say that it is all gloom and doom? No, not hardly.

.........
 Quoting: Housedad



Whether the truth is necessary might be relative to where you sit in the "theater."

Some in the US are dealing with reports from rig workers that they had been seeing surfaced subs in the GOM before April 20th. These guys don't read Sorcha. Also, we had the sighting by a boater near the coast of Florida of having sighted a sub close to his boat. There must have been the possibility of some element of truth to t he boater's story because he got published in local news.

We all believe that subs from different countries regularly patrol the coast of the US, but we don't "see" them.

Then the BEZERK thread pops up with a story about submarines. At this point, noone at official level can be believed.

The submarine story sounds good because it fills in some blanks. I would very much like to have some "truth."
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Why is the truth so necessary for some?

Until some evidence shows up, the speculation is enough of a distraction. I truly see no need to disparage or discredit anyone.

Granted, there is no proof, and I have complained about it in the past, to no avail.

But I am still here, still trying to link information together to create a plausable explanation of the story as given by the OP.

Does it matter if hard evidence has surfaced and we can now say that it is all gloom and doom? No, not hardly.

.........



Whether the truth is necessary might be relative to where you sit in the "theater."

Some in the US are dealing with reports from rig workers that they had been seeing surfaced subs in the GOM before April 20th. These guys don't read Sorcha. Also, we had the sighting by a boater near the coast of Florida of having sighted a sub close to his boat. There must have been the possibility of some element of truth to t he boater's story because he got published in local news.

We all believe that subs from different countries regularly patrol the coast of the US, but we don't "see" them.

Then the BEZERK thread pops up with a story about submarines. At this point, noone at official level can be believed.

The submarine story sounds good because it fills in some blanks. I would very much like to have some "truth."
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truth shuld be all that counts anythingels is well kinda usles
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I have been helping Krispy with resumes...and at that point in time, things were moving so quickly that 7 became overlooked....I have lost my own computer, am borrowing one, so when I get a new one...I will go back and do a resume 7...but right now I can't get it done...


Thanks breezy, realy realy appreciate yours and Krispy's work! Good luck with finding a new comp...
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i dont see the point of rewriting all this and omiting the oposition parts but it goes a long way to explain pepols atitude
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something i overlooked
for those whom understand

pg4
op:
Ok, captain confirms surface but waiting for all fires to be out. Then he will open main hatch

Another two DED channels is now open. One from office of Prazuck, other from Mistral command



[link to secretdefense.blogs.liberation.fr]

According to our information, the cons-Admiral Christopher Prazuck should be very soon called "Alfusco", that is to say admiral commanding the naval force of marines and commandos. He will take office this summer, Lorient, in the succeeding Admiral Marin Gillier, who is leaving for the Indian Ocean.

Admiral Prazuck is not born of commandos, which however, is not a first for this position. Naval officer, surfacier Christophe Prazuck served for ten years in the field of communication (Sirpa-Marine DICoD, Ema-Com). He is currently a spokesperson for the General Staff of the army.


any connection to KremPP?
3 decision making centers
Kremlin
Prazuck
P?(y not)
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Why is the truth so necessary for some?

Until some evidence shows up, the speculation is enough of a distraction. I truly see no need to disparage or discredit anyone.

Granted, there is no proof, and I have complained about it in the past, to no avail.

But I am still here, still trying to link information together to create a plausable explanation of the story as given by the OP.

Does it matter if hard evidence has surfaced and we can now say that it is all gloom and doom? No, not hardly.

.........



Whether the truth is necessary might be relative to where you sit in the "theater."

Some in the US are dealing with reports from rig workers that they had been seeing surfaced subs in the GOM before April 20th. These guys don't read Sorcha. Also, we had the sighting by a boater near the coast of Florida of having sighted a sub close to his boat. There must have been the possibility of some element of truth to t he boater's story because he got published in local news.

We all believe that subs from different countries regularly patrol the coast of the US, but we don't "see" them.

Then the BEZERK thread pops up with a story about submarines. At this point, noone at official level can be believed.

The submarine story sounds good because it fills in some blanks. I would very much like to have some "truth."

truth shuld be all that counts anythingels is well kinda usles
 Quoting: ej 1084956


ej, I know you are a nuts and bolts kind of guy, but wouldn't you agree that one's truth is pretty much determined by one's point of view and life experience? Would you agree that, with the acquisition of knowledge, that one's truth might evolve? Energy flows where attention goes, and the truth may be revealed by taking any number of paths.
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i say it like it is not dres things up and alter the truth as its already been prooven op is bs u lot cary on with ure fictional story am gona go bk lurkin see wot rel info i can find i dont see any here at all seems to me u just all cant let go of it eaven wen it truth of bs stares u in ure fase how sad my vue pls dont take ofens
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Why is the truth so necessary for some?

Until some evidence shows up, the speculation is enough of a distraction. I truly see no need to disparage or discredit anyone.

Granted, there is no proof, and I have complained about it in the past, to no avail.

But I am still here, still trying to link information together to create a plausable explanation of the story as given by the OP.

Does it matter if hard evidence has surfaced and we can now say that it is all gloom and doom? No, not hardly.

Like many things in life, it is a excercise in imagination and faith. Not religeous faith, but faith that something may come of it.

Without that kind of imagination, faith, and a determination to continue on even when it seems hopeless or useless to take another step, there would be no Scientific inquiry or the development of the world we now know.

Will the thread bear fruit? I don't know. But I do know that trying to dismiss it out of hand and having detractors at every turn is either malicious, self centered, or ignorant.

Have some faith, and let the thoughts and the waves of speculation carry you out to the unknown sea and the possibility of a new shore.


edited to change the word 'that' to 'if'
 Quoting: Housedad


The only reason I will re-post is that "IF" this is an hoax and I can be wrong and if I am I will be big enough to admit it. But it all points out to that the 3 are involve in this hoax, and if it is true, they have used the greatest earth disaster to make a BUCK and that is wrong. If OP doesn't return than all will know that this is an hoax and Nexus should donate all of the money earned to the people of the Gulf that want to leave but can't.

Look at OP post and it clearly show that he posted the OZICELL post and has denied it.

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oh I see ;) - i was thinking that way but wasn't sure
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First, Nexus didn't get involved until this thread had been humming for about a month, maybe even more. So if this was a hoax, it was elaborate as all hell as it took more than a month to set up. Second, LFY and ej have made your feelings more than abundantly known and yet feel the need to show up nearly everyday and reinterate...why? Speaking of speculation and truth, ej mysterious shows up and goes on a personal crusade concerning dyslexia right after the report of government officials needing to do a better job of debunking conspiracy sites; notice no one has thrown this out there but using the same logic ej did to 'discredit' op, nexus and krispy I can say he is just an UK government shill sent to high jack and end the leak of covert information.
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.......

Back to topic folks,

how would do you -in retrospect- NOW define the terms "splash zone" and "rim" with respect to the current state of information given?
 Quoting: bru


OP has referred to pipe cavity "A" and pipe cavity "B." I don't read that this as a "pipe" that a submarine can navigate into as posed by some after OP said the Israeli sub entered, or attempted to enter the pipe cavity.

Opinion: The well pipe(s) from Well "A" and Well "B" have developed cavities where the pipe entered the seabed. The cavity(s) is the crack in the seabed which has grown large enough for a submarine to scout and report back with information. OP reported one pipe has collapsed, which I take to mean has completely disappeared into the cavity.

"Rim" is the edge around the cavity where submarines cannot get too close or there is unusual gravitational pull which negatively affects operations. The Israeli super-sub is the only one which could dive deep enough and counter the gravitational pull to enter the pipe cavity, where it was blocked. Due to this, that sub may not be, at least partially, non-operational.

"Splash Zone" are those immediate areas directly affected by the micro-organism emerging from the cavity. Initially, the organism drifted upwardly in column formation, but has recently jumped over into the spreading underwater oil plume.
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Yes, Childoflight had the thought first. I was in another world of thought and I too missed the reference made by Childoflight.

hf hfThank you Housedad!I would like to ask Nexus why he reacted so differently to our two postd that were almost identical???Other posters have mentioned a two tier system here and I have not commented but am very irritated now.We are all God's children and as such deserve to have our ideas taken seriously!!!!!!

this isent ment as an insult it is how i feal nexus i hav baught for a long time and they are consistantly provide wild unprovable storys usualy i baught it becaus of one perticuler story of interst and it has always been the case that the rest of the mag was to me wild and unstustantiated this thred has opend my eyes to them i find myself stund to now be of the opinion that nexus is a world wide disinfomation mag making subgect seam more ludicrus and providing outright bad or incorect info i think nexus is a debunker of the ral isues in this world an has always been so now sorry nexus thats how i feal now
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EJ, I'm with you on this one, I went to the site that shows all the dead microbioligist because nexis was questioning my ability to discern truth from fact, I now beleive nexis is a dis-info intel , for who I don't know but anyone that can read and comprehend can catch the mistakes he makes.
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
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If our conclusions are correct, we can then speculate that the other circles in the pattern are representing
the spiritual and physical metamorphosis that the human body is undergoing at this time.
[link to www.miraclesandinspiration.com]

The following link seems to predict the GoM disaster....interesting, no?

[link to www.cropcircleconnector.com]


interesting to say the least

oh for heaven's sakes....is that amazing or what????
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And, the timing matches the Gulf SERPENT set up.

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