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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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could this have anything to do with Crescent Moon?
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That "hive" photo is mighty creepy.

Every time you guys mention the "Au" issue it reminds me of that original mural at the Denver Airport (that has now been conveniently painted over) which had at the bottom...

Au / Ag

There used to be all kinds of photos of it online, but not surprisingly I can't even locate one thru The Great God of Google anymore.
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That "hive" photo is mighty creepy.

Every time you guys mention the "Au" issue it reminds me of that original mural at the Denver Airport (that has now been conveniently painted over) which had at the bottom...

Au / Ag

There used to be all kinds of photos of it online, but not surprisingly I can't even locate one thru The Great God of Google anymore.
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I meant that I can't find an image of the part that shows the "Au" even though it was discussed a lot back in the day.
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BEEPEE guy has a video of the 'growth/hive'. I havn't watched it yet, wanted to get it posted. He is calling it a 'meteorite'...hmmm... vid won't post, here is the link
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Try again...
Nope...


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From Olympic Challenger Rov1 about 9:30PM this evening. Looks to me like a growth of some kind, almost like some sort of 'hive'... It is attached to the Rov equipment. Depth is over 5000ft.
:growth:




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i used to grout( pump fine concrete under pressure) somtimes under water with a type of hydro/active cement.cant remember the name of the stuff cos it was a long time ago. but i remember that somtimes if you got a leak the crete that wasnt confined would somtimes form an aerated texture not too dissimilar to what were seeing here. the crete wasnt normal concrete but some type of epoxy or something.perhaps they are bringing up damaged structures to examine to determine what caused the blow out.
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sorry but pic of hive thing didnt come thruogh with quote
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sorry also that this theory isnt as exciting as an alien hive meteorite,but im not saying its not of coarse.
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sorry also that this theory isnt as exciting as an alien hive meteorite,but im not saying its not of coarse.
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No silly ... Your contribution is much appreciated !!!
(by me at least :D)
It does not have to mean that this "growth" has anything to do with the organism, it can be many more things and 1 of them is what you shared with us.
Like Breezy me too had to think a minute about barnicles or sponge-like coral growth, but also the eggsack of a frog crossed my virtual mind (logicaly it was rejected hahaha) ...

It is good to keep several options open dear AC 027 :)
Tnx again !
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sorry also that this theory isnt as exciting as an alien hive meteorite,but im not saying its not of coarse.
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It looks like eaerated material to me, the metal embedded within is also a giveaway. Ask yourselves a question too, if beepee guy was correct that this was some type of alien artifact being recovered, do you really think that it would be broadcast????

Anyways, is there any significance in Merkel honoring the Danish cartoonist? Could these little digs at the muslims be associated with, and warning to, the Crescent Moon?


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Assuming the legitimacy of the GOM story!
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That "hive" photo is mighty creepy.

Every time you guys mention the "Au" issue it reminds me of that original mural at the Denver Airport (that has now been conveniently painted over) which had at the bottom...

Au / Ag

There used to be all kinds of photos of it online, but not surprisingly I can't even locate one thru The Great God of Google anymore.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1093872


this was written by someone who rented space in an area where the mural in question was painted.It is interesting for more than one reason.Can you see why?

:The post below is from a reader. This description sounds like the Georgia Guidestones scenerio

[link to www.lymesentinel.blogspot.com]
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>​
Re: Au Ag DENVER AIRPORT

good Day star,

my personal experience was thus: those murals were
painted in a denver warehouse where i rented space.
i watched the progress almost daily during my visits
to my storage. the artist and I spoke every time, but
my questions about content were never answered other
than: I paint exactly what "they" asked for, paid extremely
well for, and never explained. he would not name whomever
commissioned them.
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-snip-


Crap! Someone deleted my post before I could get it on board. Here is a super-short version.


CAT 5 - No Warning! (Where have we seen CAT?)

Go to Orange -


Homeland Security Advisory System
Current Threat Level

September 8, 2010

* The United States government's national threat level is Elevated, or Yellow.
* For all domestic and international flights, the U.S. threat level is High, or Orange.
[link to www.dhs.gov]


Nice connection! :D
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We know the hurricanes can be expanded and guided once the initial storm sets up. Does our kitty-cat poster intend that cross-hairs are being set for a big CAT?
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After seeing the video, I think I know what it is.

Foamed concrete.

Concrete with a foam mixed into it to create a lightweight matrix.

At that depth, the foam would be completely crushed, and leave sporatic holes in the surface of piece of broken concrete.

Foamed concrete is used to provide insulation as well as some structural strength.

Clues:

It floats.

There are regular sized holes

Metal straps and rods are imbedded in it.

The surfaces look like they are broken and sheared like a peice of broken concrete.

BP guy said they picked it up out of a rubble pile.

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From Olympic Challenger Rov1 about 9:30PM this evening. Looks to me like a growth of some kind, almost like some sort of 'hive'... It is attached to the Rov equipment. Depth is over 5000ft.
growth




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i used to grout( pump fine concrete under pressure) somtimes under water with a type of hydro/active cement.cant remember the name of the stuff cos it was a long time ago. but i remember that somtimes if you got a leak the crete that wasnt confined would somtimes form an aerated texture not too dissimilar to what were seeing here. the crete wasnt normal concrete but some type of epoxy or something.perhaps they are bringing up damaged structures to examine to determine what caused the blow out.
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Thanks AC for your input. That sounds like a very plausible explanation to me
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After seeing the video, I think I know what it is.

Foamed concrete.

Concrete with a foam mixed into it to create a lightweight matrix.

At that depth, the foam would be completely crushed, and leave sporatic holes in the surface of piece of broken concrete.

Foamed concrete is used to provide insulation as well as some structural strength.

Clues:

It floats.

There are regular sized holes

Metal straps and rods are imbedded in it.

The surfaces look like they are broken and sheared like a peice of broken concrete.

BP guy said they picked it up out of a rubble pile.
 Quoting: Housedad

ditto
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I could see that any company that made that stuff would want a sample to be brought up so they could see how it reacted to that kind of water pressure. That info could lead to different products or applications in different fields
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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From Olympic Challenger Rov1 about 9:30PM this evening. Looks to me like a growth of some kind, almost like some sort of 'hive'... It is attached to the Rov equipment. Depth is over 5000ft.
:growth:




:hide:


i used to grout( pump fine concrete under pressure) somtimes under water with a type of hydro/active cement.cant remember the name of the stuff cos it was a long time ago. but i remember that somtimes if you got a leak the crete that wasnt confined would somtimes form an aerated texture not too dissimilar to what were seeing here. the crete wasnt normal concrete but some type of epoxy or something.perhaps they are bringing up damaged structures to examine to determine what caused the blow out.
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Good explanation! Same type of "grout" has been used in our area to secure pipes for pilings for a hydro-electric dam. During construction they couldn't get the pipes to fill up with the grout, and just kept pouring and pouring. Wells started going dry and we found out later that they had punctured an aquifer and filled it with the crete grout.
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In regards the so-called beehive there was something similar hanging out of the topside of the original BOP.BP almost always kept it out of sight but every now and again it would creep into view!I always felt that it was a leakage product of some sort thathad frozen as it exited the BOP!Looks like something leaked out around that metal structure too!

Here we go a reference------
BP Says 'Static Kill' on Gulf Well Is Successful
20 posts - 7 authors - Last post: Aug 4
Figured the BOP seals could hold up for days to weeks and .... a ROV clearing the “beehive” formed from hydrates. …
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I could see that any company that made that stuff would want a sample to be brought up so they could see how it reacted to that kind of water pressure. That info could lead to different products or applications in different fields
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If there's oil in that foam I hope they use hazmat suites lol
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That "hive" photo is mighty creepy.

Every time you guys mention the "Au" issue it reminds me of that original mural at the Denver Airport (that has now been conveniently painted over) which had at the bottom...

Au / Ag

There used to be all kinds of photos of it online, but not surprisingly I can't even locate one thru The Great God of Google anymore.


this was written by someone who rented space in an area where the mural in question was painted.It is interesting for more than one reason.Can you see why?

:The post below is from a reader. This description sounds like the Georgia Guidestones scenerio

[link to www.lymesentinel.blogspot.com]
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>​
Re: Au Ag DENVER AIRPORT

good Day star,

my personal experience was thus: those murals were
painted in a denver warehouse where i rented space.
i watched the progress almost daily during my visits
to my storage. the artist and I spoke every time, but
my questions about content were never answered other
than: I paint exactly what "they" asked for, paid extremely
well for, and never explained. he would not name whomever
commissioned them.
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bump
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I could see that any company that made that stuff would want a sample to be brought up so they could see how it reacted to that kind of water pressure. That info could lead to different products or applications in different fields

If there's oil in that foam I hope they use hazmat suites lol
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Oh wait, I hope the hazmat suites aren't made from plastic ???
The oil will love it
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I could see that any company that made that stuff would want a sample to be brought up so they could see how it reacted to that kind of water pressure. That info could lead to different products or applications in different fields
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I realy liked your "Foamed concrete" post ! :D:D:D
And this post again ...
You are right I think ;)

Tnx hf
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I could see that any company that made that stuff would want a sample to be brought up so they could see how it reacted to that kind of water pressure. That info could lead to different products or applications in different fields
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If there's oil in that foam I hope they use hazmat suites lol
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(To bad I dont know how to post an image directly ...lol...)

Hazmat invasion, or alien invasion ?
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From Olympic Challenger Rov1 about 9:30PM this evening. Looks to me like a growth of some kind, almost like some sort of 'hive'... It is attached to the Rov equipment. Depth is over 5000ft.
growth




hide


i used to grout( pump fine concrete under pressure) somtimes under water with a type of hydro/active cement.cant remember the name of the stuff cos it was a long time ago. but i remember that somtimes if you got a leak the crete that wasnt confined would somtimes form an aerated texture not too dissimilar to what were seeing here. the crete wasnt normal concrete but some type of epoxy or something.perhaps they are bringing up damaged structures to examine to determine what caused the blow out.
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Good call.

the concrete you describe, was it aerated on purpose or was it a unwanted byproduct?
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Crescent Moon at work?

US Orders Embassy Security Review Over Koran Threat


The State Department has ordered U.S. embassies around the world to assess security measures ahead of an obscure Florida Christian church group's planned burning of the Koran on Saturday, September 11.
 The Associated Press quotes officials as saying that U.S. diplomatic posts have been instructed to hold "emergency action committee" meetings to determine the potential for protests over the church's plans to burn the Muslim holy book on the ninth anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks against the United States.
<snip>

full article at:

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This church getting all the publicity for burning a book is like "Watch my left hand while I wave it in front of you" and he is doing dark unspeakable things with his right hand.
I wonder what is not getting so much publicity.
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This church getting all the publicity for burning a book is like "Watch my left hand while I wave it in front of you" and he is doing dark unspeakable things with his right hand.
I wonder what is not getting so much publicity.
 Quoting: Hans The Magnificent

I agree Hans, this Koran burning is most certainly a distraction. With 9/11 just 2 days away, I'm not getting any warm and fuzzy feelings. The bought and paid for MSM are fueling the flames big time too!!

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From Olympic Challenger Rov1 about 9:30PM this evening. Looks to me like a growth of some kind, almost like some sort of 'hive'... It is attached to the Rov equipment. Depth is over 5000ft.
:growth:




:hide:


i used to grout( pump fine concrete under pressure) somtimes under water with a type of hydro/active cement.cant remember the name of the stuff cos it was a long time ago. but i remember that somtimes if you got a leak the crete that wasnt confined would somtimes form an aerated texture not too dissimilar to what were seeing here. the crete wasnt normal concrete but some type of epoxy or something.perhaps they are bringing up damaged structures to examine to determine what caused the blow out.



Good call.

the concrete you describe, was it aerated on purpose or was it a unwanted byproduct?
 Quoting: Housedad


no. we were repairing concrete pylons. occasionally one was damaged below the low water line and we would set up steel form work(collar) pump in the goo. the stuff that leaked out would form sponge looking lumps on the form work when hard. had various size n shape bubbles. but at the same time we would pump part of each batch into a test mold that we took core samples for testing and the bubbles were quite small with even size and shape. alot smaller than it apears in the alien hive thingy. we used standard grout and grouting systems above low tide line. nearly all the damage to the pylons were caused by exposure to oxygen ( above water line) just a few below from shipping mishaps etc. shit sorry for the epic.
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ok...here's the video
[link to www.youtube.com]

now that thing on this picture that looks to be hanging onto the little hivey/barnacle looking things...looks a little like this thingy swimming around and touching the basket..as it's flat, and has spindly tendril type legs/arms..(imo)
 Quoting: breezy


That thing looks like an enormous version of morgellons disease micro organism. Even has the electrical lighting going thru its body which could make the tendrils feel like theyre crawling thru a person.

On another note, Kissinger was on Greta Van Susteran's show last night at 10pm, didnt seem to be in a coma
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ok...here's the video
[link to www.youtube.com]

now that thing on this picture that looks to be hanging onto the little hivey/barnacle looking things...looks a little like this thingy swimming around and touching the basket..as it's flat, and has spindly tendril type legs/arms..(imo)


That thing looks like an enormous version of morgellons disease micro organism. Even has the electrical lighting going thru its body which could make the tendrils feel like theyre crawling thru a person.

On another note, Kissinger was on Greta Van Susteran's show last night at 10pm, didnt seem to be in a coma
 Quoting: flavapor

ok since kissinger is alright how much doe's this discredit the op's credibility with you all?

is this guy a storyteller reading to many tom clancy novels or the real deal, or something in the middle?

i must admit i read the first few pages of this thread when it first started and didn't think to much of it, but it has gotten more intriguing to me,
but the kissinger thing is a clear miss, so where too from here?

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