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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
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Good day, there is something wrong with the DED. Since the spectrum upgrade my Girlfriend is getting a lot of gibberish in between the the normal text code when the French Key is used. (She is trying to get it fixed without causing suspicion)
OP

OP has to be reading this thread.

People have speculated that his girl friends higher ups must be allowing this leak to happen. If they were not she would have been shut down a long time ago. If this is true why play the game of "she is trying to get it fixed without causing suspicion."

What are the other alternatives. If this were a legitimate leak it would have ended a long time ago. This thread has at tracked to much attention for the leak to have been over looked for this long.
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I agree on that ...
But what if "SHE" is a pointer for an entity ? A group ?
... girlfriend + higher ups + maybe other trustee's and colleagues ... > Just for the fact that they SHE and OP are still OPerating.
Hmmmmz ...
The you could say :
"she ( aka the group-entity) is trying to get it fixed without causing suspicion."
Op mentioned once "GirlFriend" : GF : Group Force ? blink

It is difficult for 1 or 2 to hide the tracks, but with many and hidden in the activities of many you can easely hide one's tracks ...
Covered covers ... masked tracks ...
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... it is a possibility that it was just not A RESIDENTAL (gulf inhabitants - every "normal" people) evacuation,
but an evacuation of a department of a faction, or (a) specific units ...
This could have been kept out of the media very easely,
like so many things have been kept out in this whole GOM-drama.


Good point, those in the know quietly slip away and the rest are left to whatever fate befalls them.

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Wasn't the US Navy evacuated?
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The Loop Current stalled as early as early June. Figures have been falsified. Video (3-One after another) by the Earl Of Stirling)

[link to yowusa.com]

Perhaps they didn't want it to get out of the gulf. hmmm coretex
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According to an early poster, it is the Corexit which magnetized the GOM-goop. I thought about that. But who's going to confirm that purpose?
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Re: the Yahoo Article
(Thank you, dhlos!)

~It's going to a NASA facility? NASA???????
~FBI was onboard the Helix. FBI???????
~Black "stains" on the yellow material?? (See BeePee dude!)
~Specially designed "containment" contraption in which to "house" the BOP? (Quarantined??? NASA??)

And I'm not sure if I am reading this correctly, but:

As a large hatch opened up on the Helix to allow the blowout preventer to pass through, several hundred feet of light sheen could be seen near the boat, though crews weren't exactly sure what it was.

Light sheen as in an oily sheen not too thick?
or light sheen as in GLOWING??? It was dark out when the thing was finally raised. . .not sure how an oil sheen could be seen upon the water for several hundred feet if "that's" what the AP writer meant.

WHY only one reporter and journalist aboard? (Well, we KNOW why....to control the information...WHAT is it about the BOP that needs to be hidden?)


My questions exactly !
Tnx :D
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This tells us that the organism is likely bio-luminescent.
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Good day, there is something wrong with the DED. Since the spectrum upgrade my Girlfriend is getting a lot of gibberish in between the the normal text code when the French Key is used. (She is trying to get it fixed without causing suspicion)
OP

OP has to be reading this thread.

People have speculated that his girl friends higher ups must be allowing this leak to happen. If they were not she would have been shut down a long time ago. If this is true why play the game of "she is trying to get it fixed without causing suspicion."

What are the other alternatives. If this were a legitimate leak it would have ended a long time ago. This thread has at tracked to much attention for the leak to have been over looked for this long.


I agree on that ...
But what if "SHE" is a pointer for an entity ? A group ?
... girlfriend + higher ups + maybe other trustee's and colleagues ... > Just for the fact that they SHE and OP are still OPerating.
Hmmmmz ...
The you could say :
"she ( aka the group-entity) is trying to get it fixed without causing suspicion."
Op mentioned once "GirlFriend" : GF : Group Force ? blink

It is difficult for 1 or 2 to hide the tracks, but with many and hidden in the activities of many you can easely hide one's tracks ...
Covered covers ... masked tracks ...
 Quoting: Krispy71

Hi Crispy

I understand what your saying. Possible, but if what your saying is true then all that the OP has told us about himself the embassy and his girlfriend are not true. Understood why there is deception. I still believe that if the higher ups know about the leak, then no need to play it off the way he did. The French embassy thing is a farce, that is not to say they are not receiving valid info, just not from the place they say. It is to limited of a source to hide. Expand that to all who have access to any high level sources not just ded and they might have been able to get away with it this long, but doubtful
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Russian defense minister to discuss military cooperation in Paris

[link to en.rian.ru]
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It would seem that many here are willing to go way out on a limb and give the OP the benefit of the doubt beyond what I see as reasonable. It would seem that credibility is being stretched to the max. Not to say that what people are saying is not possible, but it level of probability is lacking.
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Russian, French warships to exercise in Atlantic

oh really!!!!

[link to en.rian.ru]

Russia's Pyotr Veliky nuclear-powered guided-missile cruiser will take part in a joint exercise with the French Latouche-Treville anti-submarine frigate later on Monday, a French Navy spokesman said.

He said after the exercise the Russian warship, currently at the French port of Brest, would leave French territorial waters.

The warships will practice joint maneuvers at sea, replenishment of supplies, ship-to-ship transfer of goods, and helicopter landings.

The Latouche-Treville is named after the 19th century politician and admiral Louis-Rene Levassor de Latouche Treville.
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One might speculate that the organism itself has been in some sort of hibernation - until awoken/reactivated by certain frequencies.

I suppose that's one way to put it.....;)

wow
that took 517 pages!!!
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Had to get through the nuts and bolts first;-P
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ussia, Israel sign military cooperation agreement
[link to en.rian.ru]

Barak said Israel greatly values its relations with Russia.

"Russia is a central country in the world, and also very important to our region," he said.
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Russia to resume test launches of troubled Bulava missile Sept. 9-12

last time they tested the bulava the norway spiral appeared

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Russian, French warships to exercise in Atlantic

oh really!!!!

[link to en.rian.ru]

Russia's Pyotr Veliky nuclear-powered guided-missile cruiser will take part in a joint exercise with the French Latouche-Treville anti-submarine frigate later on Monday, a French Navy spokesman said.

He said after the exercise the Russian warship, currently at the French port of Brest, would leave French territorial waters.

The warships will practice joint maneuvers at sea, replenishment of supplies, ship-to-ship transfer of goods, and helicopter landings.

The Latouche-Treville is named after the 19th century politician and admiral Louis-Rene Levassor de Latouche Treville.
 Quoting: dhlos 1090951


old news ...
[link to geneva-globaldefence.blogspot.com]
And not unheard of.....
[link to www.defencetalk.com]
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snip-


old news ...
[link to geneva-globaldefence.blogspot.com]
And not unheard of.....
[link to www.defencetalk.com]
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sorry if old
its the timing that nudged my interest not the event
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old news ...
[link to geneva-globaldefence.blogspot.com]
And not unheard of.....
[link to www.defencetalk.com]

sorry if old
its the timing that nudged my interest not the event
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My point is that it is an annual event.
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[link to onlinelibrary.wiley.com]

Biogenic Nanoparticles In Vivo Synthesis of Diverse Metal Nanoparticles by Recombinant Escherichia coli

Tae Jung Park, Sang Yup Lee*, Nam Su Heo, Tae Seok Seo

A metal-nanoparticle factory: Various metal nanoparticles with tailored optical, electronic, chemical, and magnetic properties were synthesized in vivo in a size-tunable manner in recombinant E. coli (see picture) through interaction with the metal-binding protein metallothionein and the metal-binding peptide phytochelatin, which was synthesized by phytochelatin synthase.

Published online, DOI: 10.1002/anie.201001524

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Fibrous Nanomaterials High-Surface-Area Silica Nanospheres (KCC-1) with a Fibrous Morphology

Vivek Polshettiwar*, Dongkyu Cha, Xingxing Zhang, Jean Marie Basset*

Fibrous nanosilica: A new family of high-surface-area silica nanospheres (KCC-1) have been prepared (see picture). KCC-1 features excellent physical properties, including high surface area, unprecedented fibrous surface morphology, high thermal (up to 950 °C) and hydrothermal stabilities, and high mechanical stability.

Published online, DOI: 10.1002/anie.201003451

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Chitin–Silica Nano-Composites Through Self-Assembly
Bruno Alonso* and Emmanuel Belamie*

Using a versatile colloid-based synthesis approach that combines self-assembly and sol–gel chemistry, a new family of chitin–silica nano-composites has been created. Various textures and morphologies can be achieved by adjusting the evaporation-based processes (e.g. microparticles by spray-drying) or by applying external fields (e.g. macroscopic alignment under a magnetic field). After calcination, textures and birefringence are preserved in the resulting mesoporous silicas.
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Coming soon.

Hyperhalogens: A New Class of Highly Electronegative Species
M. Willis, M. Götz, A. K. Kandalam, G. F. Ganteför*, and P. Jena*

A synergistic approach involving density functional theory and photoelectron spectroscopy experiment has led to the discovery of a new class of highly electronegative species. Unlike superhalogens that consist of a metal atom at the core surrounded by halogen atoms, this new species, which we term as hyperhalogens, consist of a central metal atom surrounded instead by superhalogen moieties. These hyperhalogens can have electron affinities even larger than those of their superhalogen building blocks which were already known to possess electron affinities far exceeding that of chlorine. Our discovery opens the door to the synthesis of new salts with super-oxidizing properties.

Coming soon
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Base-Stabilized C–Phosphino–Si–Amino Silyne
David Gau, Tsuyoshi Kato,* Nathalie Saffon-Merceron, Abel De Cózar, Fernando P. Cossío, Antoine Baceiredo*

The synthesis of the first isolable silyne, stabilized by a phosphine ligand, has been achieved. The X-ray diffraction analysis indicates a very short silicon–carbon bond as those computationally predicted for Si–C triple bonds. This new species shows a certain amount of carbenic character. This result clearly demonstrates the behavior of the phosphonium sila–ylide fragment as a strong π-donating and π-accepting substituent, which can more-efficiently stabilize a carbenic centre than electronically similar phosphino substituents.

Received June 14, 2010, published online July 30, 2010, DOI: 10.1002/anie.201003616. No. 37/2010.


Ok I'm going to bed now this stuff is melting my brain...and freakin me out a little bit :)

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MORGELLONS?
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My point is that it is an annual event.
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ok
point taken
peace
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Police Release Scientist in Miami Airport Scare Who Had Previously Been Involved with Smuggling Plague Samples

A world-renowned Texas scientist specializing in infectious diseases who was once charged with smuggling dangerous samples of plague bacteria into the U.S. was questioned by authorities after a suspicious item found in his luggage caused a massive evacuation at Miami International Airport Thursday night.

...

Shortly before noon Friday, it was learned that Butler was released from questioning and won’t be charged in the incident. Authorities escorted him back to one of the terminals at MIA where he’s expected to board a plane to Puerto Rico, which was his destination Thursday night.

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Leverock said the item was still being tested at a lab to determine what, if any, danger it posed.

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Sources told NBC Miami that Butler had been coming from Saudi Arabia when the suspicious item was spotted in his luggage as it went through custom

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He’s currently listed as a faculty member at Alfaisal University in Saudi Arabia.


have you learnt to read between the lines yet?

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 Quoting: dhlos 1090951


brainstorm :
Puerto Rico, muslim, drugs, saudi arabia

Find the connection between PR and SA, labtesting materials, scientist specializing in infectious diseases and bacteria ...


One of the interresting results :
High Proportion Of Multi-drug Resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis ...
centralized data regarding drug resistance in Saudi Arabia. ..... Drug-re- sistant tuberculosis in Puerto Rico, 1987-1990. Am Rev Resp. Dis; 148: 6-9, 1993. ...


Also interesting :
Scientists find antibiotic-resistant bacteria in seven species of sharks and redfish
17. June 2010 [link to www.news-medical.net]

...captured in waters off Belize, Florida, Louisiana and Massachusetts. Most of these wild, free-swimming fish harbored several drug-resistant bacterial strains. ...

While the presence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in sharks and other fish does not necessarily harm them, Mitchell said, the findings point to a growing problem for human health.

"There are estimates of over 100,000 deaths from infections in hospitals per year, many of them from antibiotic-resistant organisms," Mitchell said. "And we're creating even more of these organisms out in the environment. - Unfortunately, as these things collect, there's probably a threshold at some point where there's going to be a spillover and it will start to affect us as a species."



Speculation brainstorm :
Oil-spill - bacteria - depopulation - chemical mixture soup - immuneresponse malfunctionings - crescent moon muslim connection SA and PR could be drugs/opium (fundings of the musllim illuminati factions ???) -

remember all those troops going to south for drugwars ? (discussed in this thread), and the destruction of the opium fields in the middle east by beginning this year ?)

Drug money used as a geopolitics weapon by CIA-RAW-Mossad
Friday March 12, 2010
[link to webcache.googleusercontent.com]

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-snip-

Hi Crispy

I understand what your saying. Possible, but if what your saying is true then all that the OP has told us about himself the embassy and his girlfriend are not true. Understood why there is deception. I still believe that if the higher ups know about the leak, then no need to play it off the way he did. The French embassy thing is a farce, that is not to say they are not receiving valid info, just not from the place they say. It is to limited of a source to hide. Expand that to all who have access to any high level sources not just ded and they might have been able to get away with it this long, but doubtful
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Op mentioned many times he was posting also for Others and in code. Some is real (data) as it is, and some is code.

Maybe they are working from a french embassy in a country > no lie.
maybe he has a girlfriend, and maybe its also a coded word ... > So doesnt have to be a lie.
No lie that they work with DED transcripts and keys to translate things.

In my opinion there is no or does not have to be DESCEPTION at all. It is like it is : real-time true facts, coded facts and details, and not all can be said just plain in the open > OP explained about that also.
So imo he has been truthfull in his sayings.
We interprer and misinterper his messages ... so is HE descieving us ???? or do we draw the wrong conclusions sometimes due the lack of more information?????
I dont find that he (and his possible suggested co-working team) is to blame for what he reveals to us as being unsufficient ... That is what WE (some of you) think about it. But he does what he can and IF there should be a bigger organ behind him then he has to follow rules and protocols also to leak this info and stay below radar enough to not let the hell break loose in all windcorners.

These are delicate matters ...
Do not judge to easely about things you (we all) do not have sight upon how big and far this reaches.

:) ... just my personal inspired thoughts.

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Welcome back Krispy, and I couldn't have said it better myself...(that's why I didn't, LOL)very good communications skills you have there...
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Welcome back Krispy, and I couldn't have said it better myself...(that's why I didn't, LOL)very good communications skills you have there...
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Tnx dear Breezer-gurl :D
Glad that I was the voice of your thoughts :D:D:D:D



Side note for all the wondering people :
I am still working on resumé part 19 (475-499) ...pffff. and we have already reached 550 :damed:
I need a clone-krispy ...lol...
Tnx again breezy for your help !!!
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For possible reference.

Large meteor falls.

see:

Thread: BREAKING -- "GIANT FIREBALL" crashes to earth in Columbia--massive explosion, 100m crater (Page 10)

Strange thing is, watch the videos, it moves too slow to be a meteorite.
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[link to onlinelibrary.wiley.com]

Biogenic Nanoparticles In Vivo Synthesis of Diverse Metal Nanoparticles by Recombinant Escherichia coli

.......

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Fibrous Nanomaterials High-Surface-Area Silica Nanospheres (KCC-1) with a Fibrous Morphology

.......

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Chitin–Silica Nano-Composites Through Self-Assembly
Bruno Alonso* and Emmanuel Belamie*

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Coming soon.

Hyperhalogens: A New Class of Highly Electronegative Species
M. Willis, M. Götz, A. K. Kandalam, G. F. Ganteför*, and P. Jena*

..........
--------------------------------------------------

Base-Stabilized C–Phosphino–Si–Amino Silyne
David Gau, Tsuyoshi Kato,* Nathalie Saffon-Merceron, Abel De Cózar, Fernando P. Cossío, Antoine Baceiredo*

The synthesis of the first isolable silyne, stabilized by a phosphine ligand, has been achieved. The X-ray diffraction analysis indicates a very short silicon–carbon bond as those computationally predicted for Si–C triple bonds. .................


Ok I'm going to bed now this stuff is melting my brain...and freakin me out a little bit :)
.....
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MORGELLONS?
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 940739



No, I think not Morgellons, but a new silica-based entity combined with nano-tech.

Every time I see silica in research I think of the crop circle with the response to the Aricibo message. The crop circle compared our DNA beside the "et" DNA and the only difference was silica. (I stand to be corrected if anyone cares to look it up.)

About the hyperhalogens, the creator of the Bloom Box has painted his "energy" secret on a ceramic plate, then stacks the plates together to form a power supply box. Can this be the substance painted on the Bloom Box ceramics?

Not sure that the linked research has connection with the Gulf disaster, but I surely hope that the Recombinant Escherichia coli is never mixed with the GOM-goop.
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Short video, Of interest re GOM toxicity


Source

[link to www.youtube.com]

GLP thread

Thread: From The Gulf Stream To The Bloodstream - THE VIDEO BP DOESN'T WANT YOU TO SEE!
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G'night all ....
hf
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G'night all ....
hf
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Pleasant dreams K
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Nasa to send probe into Sun's 1,400C atmosphere for first time

Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Nasa to send probe into Sun's 1,400C atmosphere for first time

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Colombia confirms 'giant fire ball' a meteorite

Monday, 06 September

"Colombian authorities confirmed that a "giant fire ball" that fell from
the sky in the central Santander department was a meteorite.

The Colombian media has been buzzing with eye witness accounts of the
fireball,
for u as ya interested in real info
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BIN THIS THREAD
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[link to lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.com]
first of meny hiters real info
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GDAY OP

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