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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 everybody.

just wanted to let you know that the german nexus-article on this thread is about to be finished in the next few days.

It starts with [...]

now, a nice ending is still to be completed. I thought it might be interesting for the reader to get a glimpse on what the current situation of this thread is.
As i am not as much into this than some of you are, I'm asking if anybody of you is willing to give a short statement (about 50 words) that will be translated into german and printed at the end. i think i would mess up a lot regarding the past 50 pages...It could also be in this "what we know"-style like some user has posted some time ago.

Volunteers step forward!


to quote OP:

"thank you, glp"

;)



I will repost this later today to make sure it's seen by the ones who should see it.
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Ok, For Bru's purposes, what have we figured out recently?



1) That we can ignore detractors and those that want us to stop this thread.

2) That the OP has or is involved heavily at this point in coding.

3) The coding has gone/has been at a new level of complexity.

4) There is a site B and C being use possibly for archiving.

5)many uestions still unanswered.

Where in the Gulf?

Importance of the Falklands in this affair.



Anyone and everyone just copy(not uote) the above listing and add to it. That way it will just get larger and updated.
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i'm out for now...
guess i'm moving to montana soon
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good night everybody
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What I could find about satellites that might fit in somehow :


According to Novosti kosmonavtiki forum, the launch is planned at 03:30 UTC on September 8th.

Rockot Prelaunch Processing: Final Stages.

Rockot launcher undergoes processing for the lift off from Plesetsk with Gonets-M spacecraft aboard in early September.
The spacecraft is mated with the Breeze-KM upper stage. Fairing incapsulation will be the next stage, to be followed by integration with the booster unit at launch pad.
Gonets-M spacecraft maintain digital data transfer, GLONASS positioning data, as well as e-mail services, RIA Novosti informs.

www.roscosmos.ru/main.php?id=2&nid=10205&lang=en


Russian Rokot carrier rocket with three satellites blasts off from Plesetsk space center
[link to en.rian.ru]

snip:
"Russia currently has a total of 26 Glonass satellites in orbit, but two of them are not functional. The system requires 18 operational satellites for continuous navigation services covering the entire territory of Russia and at least 24 satellites to provide navigation services worldwide.

By mid-October, a total of 23 satellites are expected to be operational.


Something about these satellites and the mediareporting is not RIGHT !!!
I will post what people on the forum I have those links from are saying and observing :
[link to forum.nasaspaceflight.com]

Chris or others

How does the Gonets satellite fit in the Glonass system. They operate in different orbits and perform different functions. At least thats what I understood from Gunters page on Strela and Gonets?

How are these two projects intertwined?

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They aren't!

The report mixed Gonets-M with GLONASS-M, but these systems are completly different. Gonets-M is a low earth orbit store-dump communication system, while GLONASS is a intermediate orbit navigation system.

**

So Gonets-M has no relation to GLONASS, despite all the Russian reports saying it is, and none of our Russian friends on here correcting it?

What the heck, even Rosmoskos has "the Gonets-M satellite is intended to provide digital user terminal GLONASS positioning data, as well as electronic mail services"

Changing the article, but that's absolutely unbelievable and very unprofessional of them when you can't even trust the Russian Space Agency's own site. Thanks Gunter!



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No satellite problems, but again a launch ... just afew days ago and about ships and fleet and vessels ...

Norbulk Shipping to Deploy New Satellite Communication System from Iridium Communications
Norbulk Shipping is deploying Iridium Communications Inc.'s new Iridium OpenPort high-speed satellite communication system in order to cut down communications costs for its fleet of more than 70 ships.


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"Michibiki," Japan's First QZSS Navigation Satellite, Takes Off [link to www.insidegnss.com]

snip:
The Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) is designed to maintain at least one satellite in place near zenith over Japan. It will transmit signals that are compatible and interoperable with existing and future modernized GPS signals and a novel indoor messaging system.

JAXA, Japan's space agency plans to announce the orbit calculation results and the schedule of the first apogee engine firing for the Michibik at around 7:00 a.m. on September 12 (JST) on the following special site:
[link to www.jaxa.jp]


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And how about this ???? :

United States Space Surveillance Network (SSN),

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Giggle brought me also this , the AKULA SSN was mentioned :

Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Image of the Week: Indian SSKs
[link to webcache.googleusercontent.com]

The image above depicts three Indian Navy Kilo SSKs berthed at Mumbai. Kilos are capable brown-water weapons platforms, being extremely difficult to locate in shallow-water environments. India's Kilos can fire variants of the Club cruise missile family, giving them a standoff attack capability. India's navy is currently undergoing a deep modernization, with two carrier decks planned (one being the refurbished second-hand Admiral Gorshkov from Russia), the Arihant SSBN undergoing trials, and an Akula SSN hull being acquired from Russia. The rest of the surface fleet is seeing modernization as well, ensuring that the Indian navy remains a viable combat arm well into the 21st Century. Carrier decks and long-endurance SSNs will enable India to develop a true blue-water force projection capability, likely intended to counter Chinese developments in the same area.


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Well okay .... now I am realy going off to bed.
I just tried to find some information connecting SSN - 18 and satellite and vessel information in september 2010.
I dont know if I am right but it was sure interresting again ...

In the Chronicle-thread of ACO (on pag 9, I think) and the postings of "Cobalt is blue" in this thread (which I looked into and found linking information) you could see that satellites seem to be a part of this game ...
(Dhlos a.o. posted about them here also)
The word DEEP in that one gigglelink rang some bells (see Cobalt is blue posting).

Maybe in the next days we will learn if and which satellite(s) had failures around the date of OP's relevant posting ... But maybe it was not about failure but launches ... or what satellites could "beam down" (inbound splashzone) ....


Have funn all,
krispy OUT ....lol...

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Russians dock at I nternational S pace S tation.

[link to www.spacedaily.com]
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Russian cargo vessel docked Sunday at the International Space Station with 2.5 tonnes of supplies and material, a spokesman for the Russian space flight control centre said. The Progress M-07M vessel contained food, water, fuel and scientific material including mushrooms and bacteria to be used for experiments.
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18 hours ago KremPP asked assistance in tracking new inbound splazones. some Odessa assets not able to comply, they have incoming problems of their own. :summery of realtime updates are on log at B and C locations while this site being down:


18 SSN




Giggle:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

6. ^ Pike, John; Sherman, Robert (February 14, 2000). "SSN-688 Los Angeles-class". Military Analysis Network - U.S. Navy Ships. Federation of American Scientists. [link to www.fas.org] Retrieved December 7, 2008. "The 18 SSN-688 class submarines that will be refueled at their mid-life could make good candidates for a service life extension because they could operate for nearly 30 years after the refueling. After these submarines serve for 30 years, they could undergo a 2-year overhaul and serve for one more 10-year operating cycle, for a total service life of 42 years."


Inbound splashzones:
were refered to as comming from ABOVE ... Notice the word "TRACKING"

Besides I think that words with a : at the end of beginletter are part of code, it seems in this post of OP that they also refer to a different direction of speaking to ... a message behind (sometimes within/between) a message ...

3 levels here :
-space
-subs
-direction where to find info

EDIT :
I wonder if there are SATELLITE problems again this time, just like times before ....
Dont have time to check on that now coz its almost 0200 past midnight , so bedtime for dutch gurls that have appointments in the morning :)


Goodnight all ..
till the sun stands high again in Holland
flower


One problem with this decoding business. How do you account for thr mis-spelled words?

Are they deliberately mis-spelt?

If the OP makes accidental spelling mistakes, the code is knackered, Kapput, you can have absolutely no clue how to interpret the message.

Anyway, playing along with the game, 18 hours ago, KremPP asked for assistance tracking NEW inbound splashzone (spelt as splazones)

OK, its PLURAL as in zones not zone. So there is an increase by a factor greater than one here. The fact that they are inbound doesn't necessarily mean that they come from above, they could just as easily be coming from below or perpendicular.

What else can we say?

KremPP is asking for assistance, therefore KremPP would appear to be an active unit rather than a static land base, otherwise they would request that other units tackle the new arrivals rather than ASSIST in the dispersal.

Some Odessa assets have problems of their own. Indicates to me that the 'problem' is getting worse. Assets attempting to contral incoming in their own locale, some are available to assist KremPP.

The mention of logging info at B and C while GLP was down makes no sense. Why doesn't OP just copy and paste it here now? Obviously this info must be necessary to the 'saga'.
 Quoting: Just AC 1096268




Hello

thanks to Isis and Breezy. Dhlos, I will try to keep 'rubbish' posts to a minimum.

I also mentioned the sh being missing from splashzones.

Krispy, I don't see where the N comes into it?

18 sh s (I missed the capitol after the colon, :s)
so I get SHSS...

under acronym finder there are 2
Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale
State Homeland Security Strategy
many thing under state homeland security,my internet is playing up am trying to see what info. under that title, still waiting.

Not trying to derail, just adding my bit.
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18 hours ago KremPP asked assistance in tracking new inbound splazones. some Odessa assets not able to comply, they have incoming problems of their own. :summery of realtime updates are on log at B and C locations while this site being down:


18 SSN



...............

Inbound splashzones:
were refered to as comming from ABOVE ... Notice the word "TRACKING"

Besides I think that words with a : at the end of beginletter are part of code, it seems in this post of OP that they also refer to a different direction of speaking to ... a message behind (sometimes within/between) a message ...

3 levels here :
-space
-subs
-direction where to find info

EDIT :
I wonder if there are SATELLITE problems again this time, just like times before ....
Dont have time to check on that now coz its almost 0200 past midnight , so bedtime for dutch gurls that have appointments in the morning :)

.........


[link to www.youtube.com]

Video is said to be an uncut NASA life satellite feed. Some question where the light is coming from since the satellite is on the dark side facing the earth - August 20, 2010.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1096934

That light was strange indeed. hiding
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edit, sorry double post

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18 hours ago KremPP asked assistance in tracking new inbound splazones. some Odessa assets not able to comply, they have incoming problems of their own. :summery of realtime updates are on log at B and C locations while this site being down:


18 SSN



...............

Inbound splashzones:
were refered to as comming from ABOVE ... Notice the word "TRACKING"

Besides I think that words with a : at the end of beginletter are part of code, it seems in this post of OP that they also refer to a different direction of speaking to ... a message behind (sometimes within/between) a message ...

3 levels here :
-space
-subs
-direction where to find info

EDIT :
I wonder if there are SATELLITE problems again this time, just like times before ....
Dont have time to check on that now coz its almost 0200 past midnight , so bedtime for dutch gurls that have appointments in the morning :)

.........


[link to www.youtube.com]

Video is said to be an uncut NASA life satellite feed. Some question where the light is coming from since the satellite is on the dark side facing the earth - August 20, 2010.

That light was strange indeed. hiding
 Quoting: Tex Tamale


This to me looks like they are practicing their holographic plans for the great deception. It looked like a cross, research Blue Beam Project
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If it's not one thing it's something else...


Rising La Nina might mean more hurricanes
Pacific weather pattern can boost the formation of storms in the Atlantic and Gulf.


snip:

In addition to hurricanes in the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, the impact of La Nina can include above-average rain or snowfall in the Pacific Northwest and below-average precipitation in the Southwest and in portions of the middle and lower Mississippi Valley and Tennessee Valley.


[link to www.statesman.com]
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"The Pentagon had listed the holographic projections openly as part of its "non-lethal" weapons program. But since 1994, the program has disappeared from view, evidently now a "black" effort, says DEFENSE WEEK. In conclusion, the DEFENSE WEEK article states that the Army's JFK Special Warfare Center and School in late 1991 disclosed that it was looking to develop a PSYOPS Hologram System with a capability "to project persuasive messages and three-dimensional pictures of cloud, smoke, rain droplets, buildings......(even religious "images" or "figures")........The use of holograms as a persuasive message will have worldwide application". (end quoting). (This looks like it will be a concentrated unit of soldiers armed with the very latest high-tech weapons systems)" Norio Hayakawa, from "Pentagon, Psyops and Holographic Technology
[link to www.lkwdpl.org]

article is 10ys old but some might get value from it, I did
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"The Pentagon had listed the holographic projections openly as part of its "non-lethal" weapons program. But since 1994, the program has disappeared from view, evidently now a "black" effort, says DEFENSE WEEK. In conclusion, the DEFENSE WEEK article states that the Army's JFK Special Warfare Center and School in late 1991 disclosed that it was looking to develop a PSYOPS Hologram System with a capability "to project persuasive messages and three-dimensional pictures of cloud, smoke, rain droplets, buildings......(even religious "images" or "figures")........The use of holograms as a persuasive message will have worldwide application". (end quoting). (This looks like it will be a concentrated unit of soldiers armed with the very latest high-tech weapons systems)" Norio Hayakawa, from "Pentagon, Psyops and Holographic Technology
[link to www.lkwdpl.org]

article is 10ys old but some might get value from it, I did
 Quoting: bevvy


Love that link, Bevvy...most applicable! Thanks! We should all keep this in mind.
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Thanks Bevvy....very interesting article..
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The United States has a National Methane Hydrates R & D Program, which authorized a DOE/JIP Gulf of Mexico Hydrate Research Cruise in 2005 as Leg I. A pdf on the 2005 GOM Final Cruise Report linked here: [link to www.netl.doe.gov]

JIP Leg I Program Objectives:

Develop technology and data to assist in the characterization of naturally occurring gas hydrates in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico;

Better understand how natural gas hydrates can affect seafloor stability, gather data that can be used to study climate change, and

Determine how the results of this project can be used to assess if and how gas hydrates act as a trapping mechanism for shallow oil or gas reservoirs.

Photos and Images from the cruise:
[link to www.netl.doe.gov]


May 6, 2009, the U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory in collaboration with the U.S. Geological Survey, the U.S. Minerals Management Service, an industry research consortium led by Chevron, and others completed a landmark gas hydrate 21-day drilling expedition.

JIPLeg II Program Objective:

Confirm that gas hydrate can and does occur at high saturations within reservoir-quality sands in the Gulf of Mexico. This objective was fully met, with highly saturated hydrate-bearing sands discovered in at least in two of three sites drilled.

Results of the Drilling Expedition: [link to www.netl.doe.gov]


JIP = Gulf of Mexico Joint Industry Project
DOE = Department of Energy
NETL = National Energy Technology Laboratory
USGS = U.S. Geological Survey
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Following is a list of partners and contributors to the JIP program. Please note that nowhere is British Petroleum (BP) listed as a participant in the legal research and drilling expedition within the reservoir-quality, highly saturated hydrate-bearing sands of the Gulf of Mexico. [link to www.netl.doe.gov]

Performers / Contributors / JIP Members:

Chevron Energy Technology Company – project management

Schlumberger Oilfield Services – JIP member

Halliburton Energy Services – JIP member

ConocoPhillips Inc. – JIP member

Total – JIP member

Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation – JIP member

Reliance Industries Ltd. – JIP member

StatoilHydro - JIP Member

Korean National Oil Company (KNOC) - JIP Member

Minerals Management Service – non-cost-share JIP member

Naval Research Lab – pre-cruise site geochemical

US Geological Survey – contributions to science program

Rice University - Geologic Modeling

Aumann & Associates Inc. -pressure coring evaluation/design

Scripps Institute of Oceanography – Science lead

Georgia Institute of Technology – Pre-cruise laboratory
studies; development of new ship-based sampling equipment

AOA Geophysics - contribution to seismic evaluation and field site selection and characterization

GeoTek Ltd – pressure core analysis and transfer device development
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Location map for Leg I and Leg II drilling sites:

[link to energy.usgs.gov]
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[link to energy.usgs.gov]
The most important operational and technical accomplishments of this drilling expedition included:

GOM JIP Leg II was completed on time and under budget, with zero safety incidents.

The collection of a comprehensive set of logging-while-drilling (LWD) data through expected hydrate-bearing sand reservoirs in seven wells at three locations in the Gulf of Mexico.

LWD acquired data provided unprecedented information on the on the nature of the sediments and the occurrence of gas hydrate in the Gulf of Mexico.

The expedition discovered gas hydrate in both sand and fracture dominated reservoirs.

The discovery of thick gas-hydrate-bearing sands validates the pre-drilling integrated geological and geophysical approach used to identify the targets and provides increased confidence in assessing the energy resource potential of marine gas hydrates. The USGS also coordinated and lead the pre-drilling site selection review process.

In the case of the Walker Ridge and Green Canyon drill sites gas-hydrate-bearing sand reservoirs between 50 and 100 ft thick were discovered.

This drilling expedition has documented that highly saturated gas-hydrate deposits do not need to be linked to seismic identified bottom simulating reflectors (BSRs). Rather, the gas hydrate petroleum systems approach is a better strategy for finding highly-saturated gas hydrate accumulations.

The discovery concentrated gas hydrates in sand reservoirs have made Walker Ridge and Green Canyon prime locations for future research drilling, coring, and production testing; making the Gulf of Mexico the first place that we can consider gas hydrate as a potential marine energy resource with attractive research and development targets.
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And, then along came BP, Halliburton and Transocean in opportunistic action based on the JIP research, did drill with speed and without reasonable safety precautions into the depths of the Gulf of Mexico to pre-empt the research and the safeguards in order to benefit themselves for profit and personal gain to individuals associated with these companies.

May GOD condemn their souls to HELL forever!
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18 hours ago KremPP asked assistance in tracking new inbound splazones. some Odessa assets not able to comply, they have incoming problems of their own. :summery of realtime updates are on log at B and C locations while this site being down:


18 SSN



...............

Inbound splashzones:
were refered to as comming from ABOVE ... Notice the word "TRACKING"

Besides I think that words with a : at the end of beginletter are part of code, it seems in this post of OP that they also refer to a different direction of speaking to ... a message behind (sometimes within/between) a message ...

3 levels here :
-space
-subs
-direction where to find info

EDIT :
I wonder if there are SATELLITE problems again this time, just like times before ....
Dont have time to check on that now coz its almost 0200 past midnight , so bedtime for dutch gurls that have appointments in the morning :)

.........


[link to www.youtube.com]

Video is said to be an uncut NASA life satellite feed. Some question where the light is coming from since the satellite is on the dark side facing the earth - August 20, 2010.

That light was strange indeed. hiding


This to me looks like they are practicing their holographic plans for the great deception. It looked like a cross, research Blue Beam Project
 Quoting: Live for Yahweh 1060540

I don't think that this video has anything to do with Project Bluebeam...this is something else!
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Drilling vessel Helix Q4000
[link to energy.usgs.gov]

See the beepeeoildisaster guy’s “What Happened On The DD2 Platform On 09-09-2010 In The Gulf Of Mexico!”
[link to www.youtube.com]

It shows the microbe infestation in a water well on Development Driller II, which means that the organism is now above water – and active. BP’s BOP was raised and pulled aboard DD2 and put in a container (hopefully, quarantined) and loaded onto the Helix Q4000.

This stuff is coming ashore!.
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If BP sends anymore of their young associates to community meetings on the Gulf Coast, it may be a good idea to put them in Kevlar. These "associates" did not set up this crime against humanity. They are just working for a paycheck.
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hey ac 7215. love your work. on point.
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Green machine: Squeezing solar juice from jellyfish

Green machine is our weekly column on the latest advances in environmental technologies.
Silicon solar cells are so, well, dead. Dollops of green goo made of living cells – from jellyfish to algae - are now being recruited to produce cheaper solar power.
Zackary Chiragwandi at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden, and colleagues are developing a photovoltaic device based on green fluorescent protein (GFP) from the jellyfish Aequorea victoria


Algaelectricity
Jellyfish are not the only sea creatures that can be exploited to generate energy: algae could power floating devices on the ocean wave. Adrian Fisher and Paolo Bombelli at the University of Cambridge and colleagues are developing biophotovoltaic devices based on algae and photosynthetic bacteria.

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And, then along came BP, Halliburton and Transocean in opportunistic action based on the JIP research, did drill with speed and without reasonable safety precautions into the depths of the Gulf of Mexico to pre-empt the research and the safeguards in order to benefit themselves for profit and personal gain to individuals associated with these companies.

May GOD condemn their souls to HELL forever!
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Have you clear indicators or evidence that this is how it panned out? Wholly believable, btw, but damning with some verification.
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Toxic algae found in 2 Ore. reservoirs

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon Department of Public Health has found dangerous blue-green algae in two Oregon reservoirs and cautioned visitors against drinking the water or eating fish caught in the reservoirs.

[link to www.kgw.com]
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Toxic algae found in 2 Ore. reservoirs

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon Department of Public Health has found dangerous blue-green algae in two Oregon reservoirs and cautioned visitors against drinking the water or eating fish caught in the reservoirs.

[link to www.kgw.com]
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Not so unusual though. We've had some here on the Leeds and Liverpool canal, 60 miles of it.

[link to www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk]
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18 hours ago KremPP asked assistance in tracking new inbound splazones. some Odessa assets not able to comply, they have incoming problems of their own. :summery of realtime updates are on log at B and C locations while this site being down:


18 SSN




Giggle:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

6. ^ Pike, John; Sherman, Robert (February 14, 2000). "SSN-688 Los Angeles-class". Military Analysis Network - U.S. Navy Ships. Federation of American Scientists. [link to www.fas.org] Retrieved December 7, 2008. "The 18 SSN-688 class submarines that will be refueled at their mid-life could make good candidates for a service life extension because they could operate for nearly 30 years after the refueling. After these submarines serve for 30 years, they could undergo a 2-year overhaul and serve for one more 10-year operating cycle, for a total service life of 42 years."


Inbound splashzones:
were refered to as comming from ABOVE ... Notice the word "TRACKING"

Besides I think that words with a : at the end of beginletter are part of code, it seems in this post of OP that they also refer to a different direction of speaking to ... a message behind (sometimes within/between) a message ...

3 levels here :
-space
-subs
-direction where to find info

EDIT :
I wonder if there are SATELLITE problems again this time, just like times before ....
Dont have time to check on that now coz its almost 0200 past midnight , so bedtime for dutch gurls that have appointments in the morning :)


Goodnight all ..
till the sun stands high again in Holland
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Hello

thanks to Isis and Breezy. Dhlos, I will try to keep 'rubbish' posts to a minimum.

I also mentioned the sh being missing from splashzones.

Krispy, I don't see where the N comes into it?

18 sh s (I missed the capitol after the colon, :s)
so I get SHSS...

under acronym finder there are 2
Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale
State Homeland Security Strategy
many thing under state homeland security,my internet is playing up am trying to see what info. under that title, still waiting.

Not trying to derail, just adding my bit.
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...lol.. Bevvy and I dont see where your sh comes from ...

My view :
18 hours ago KremPP asked assistance in tracking new inbound splazones. some Odessa assets not able to comply, they have incoming problems of their own. :summery of realtime updates are on log at B and C locations while this site being down:

18 SSN
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Toxic algae found in 2 Ore. reservoirs

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon Department of Public Health has found dangerous blue-green algae in two Oregon reservoirs and cautioned visitors against drinking the water or eating fish caught in the reservoirs.

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Not so unusual though. We've had some here on the Leeds and Liverpool canal, 60 miles of it.

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Thanks, good to know. I lived in the PNW for a while and don't recall seeing it there before, but then I wasn't hyper-vigilant on the subject either.
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See any subs in the leeds and liverpool cut yet?

Maybe in the Bridgewater?

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Parempiptontos, ego den miloun Ellinika. Kapote archise na mathainei. Echo filous stin Athina. Den imoun pote stin Dilo. Milao Tourkika... ;)
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Sorry if this has already been discussed .

*NEW* hydrocarbon plume found SOUTH and EAST of BP blow-out just 200 meters below surface — ENTIRE 40-mile transect measured consistently high methane readings

[link to www.floridaoilspilllaw.com]

If that ain't enough check out these articles at the same site !


LSU Scientist: “Significant amounts” of oil “still poised to come into Louisiana’s sensitive coastal marshes” — “Just a matter of time”

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And this picture is down right scary. Reminds me of the thread about the intelligent oil and organism found at the sea floor . This white foam on the surface looks like bacteria growing on the surface !

must see / must see / must see !!!!!!!

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