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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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Storms will spin counter clockwise if it is developed in the northern hemisphere, and clockwise if developed in the southern hemisphere.

In the Northern Hemisphere, most cyclonic-based storms -- hurricanes, tornadoes, typhoons, etc. -- spin in the same direction as low pressure systems: counter-clockwise (Although there have been rare occurrences of a tornado spinning clockwise). High pressure systems spin clockwise.

On the other hand, in the Southern Hemisphere, hurricanes and such spin clockwise and high pressure systems go counter-clockwise. That's due to the Coriolis Force -- which is caused by the Earth's rotation. The Earth spins faster at the equator than the poles.

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Hurricanes turn counter clockwise in the Northern hemisphere and clockwise in the Southern hemisphere.
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thnx
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good day, On the agenda for Wednesday's Weekly Meeting is a briefing from the Special Engineering Regiment at 11:30
(the conference room can hold 131 and is fully booked)
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tnx OPper hf

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will apply full codecracking later ... have to rest now ..)

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Concern is growing within the intelligence community that the MI6 spy found dead in his London flat may have been the victim of a professional hit by a foreign power.

Sources have told this newspaper that Britain's intelligence services – MI6, MI5 and GCHQ – are liaising closely to establish whether Gareth Williams was targeted by a foreign power.

The 31-year-old was seconded from GCHQ to work on top-secret systems to defend British banks and transport infrastructure from cyber attack and to eavesdrop on terrorist communications.
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..........

sorry for the ignorant question but:
do all hurricanes turn counter clockwise?
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I thought so. Is this one different?
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last comment is fun.

perhaps totally of topic:
look at Development Driller 2 ROV 1, site [link to tentdwellers.org]

you can SEE the problem. no not the bugs but the 2 round holes in the pipe, left and right of the vertical "chalk"line. also notice that a lot of vessels not going into harbour. not allowed???
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Please, will someone link me up to a photo of the chalk line and holes in the pipe. Or, if you have a link to someone who has this cam section on another site.

My computer locks down every time I go on the BP site. I may have a block on my computer I don't know how to find.
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ac1097652 sorry live images have changed now
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With the accumulative action of many magnetic disturbances pipeline corrosion is significantly accelerated
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Hmmmmm.....a lot of oil pipeline problems lately...

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Space Weather and Geomagnetically Induced Currents

Space weather generates Geomagnetically Induced Currents (GICs) that affect electrical systems on the earth's surface, including power and power transformer systems. Where the land is resistant, oil and gas pipelines form a system of long conductors that allow electrical currents to flow more easily. With the accumulative action of many magnetic disturbances pipeline corrosion is significantly accelerated. The massive oil spillage that took place in Alaska, March 2006 could have been caused by Space Weather. Click on the image of the BP oil pipeline in Alaska to obtain general information on the ground effects of space weather. [link to www.joyfirepublishing.com]
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from: SPACE WEATHER EFFECTS CATALOGUE
[link to www.esa-spaceweather.net]
2.4.3. Pipelines

Buried oil and gas pipelines are prone to corrosion, which may occur at points where an
electric current flows from the metal into the surrounding earth. Therefore pipelines are
covered by an insulating coating. The insulation is, however, not perfect, and particularly
problematic are possible holes in the coating. To avoid corrosion, pipelines are equipped
with a cathodic protection system (Von Baeckamn et al., 1997) which tries to keep the
pipeline in a negative potential of roughly 1 V with respect to the soil. Different harmful
processes may take place if the negative potential becomes too large, so the adjustment of
the potential has to be careful.
GIC flowing along pipelines are accompanied by voltages between the pipeline and the
Earth (Boteler, 2000; Brasse and Junge, 1984; Campbell, 1980). GIC are not hazardous
regarding corrosion issues but the pipe-to-soil voltage variations related to GIC can easily
exceed the cathodic potential making the protection thus invalid (Gummow, 1999). Today’s coatings have orders of magnitude higher resistance than those used earlier. This
results in larger pipe-to-soil potentials, thus significantly increasing the risk of corrosion
at defects in the coating. How much pipe-to-soil voltages induced by space weather effects
really increase the corrosion rate of a pipeline is still a somewhat open question, and
estimates about times before the wall of a pipeline is seriously damaged vary in a wide
range (Martin, 1993; Campbell, 1978; Henriksen et al., 1978; Gideon, 1971). Besides a
direct contribution to corrosion, geomagnetically induced pipe-to-soil voltages are a nuisance
when measuring cathodic protection parameters and making control surveys
(Barker and Skinner, 1980). The measurement results may be completely incorrect and
thus lead to erroneous conclusions.
Similarly to a power system, the magnitudes of GIC along a pipeline network and of
pipe-to-soil voltages depend both on the geophysical situation and on the details of the
network. Model calculations supported by measurements of geomagnetic variations can
be performed to reveal the most problematic regions in a pipeline network (Boteler and
Seager, 1998). In general, the pipe-to-soil voltages are larger at in homogeneities of the
system, such as ends, bends and branches of the pipeline, changes in the material or size
of the pipeline, or variations in the Earth’s conductivity. The adjustment distance that expresses
the length of the area in which the inhomogeneity affects is typically in the order
of tens of kilometres. Long pipelines experience larger geomagnetically induced pipe-tosoil
voltages than shorter ones. Therefore, pipelines are sometimes electrically interrupted
by installing insulating flanges in series with metallic pipeline parts (Camitz et al., 1997).
Such a procedure may really decrease the largest voltages appearing but at the same time
increases the number of inhomogeneities. Therefore, all effects of insulating flanges have
to be carefully analysed, and the final solution is a compromise.
To avoid the problems caused by geomagnetic storms to buried pipelines, the industry
has to be aware of the risk produced by GIC and induced pipe-to-soil voltages. A possibility
of forecasting geomagnetic storms will help avoid making control measurements
during times of a high probability of disturbances. A forecast of a magnetic storm also
gives a reason to check that the corrosion protection systems are in full operation.
In general, space weather risk has not been investigated as much in pipelines as in power
systems. Recent investigations (Pirjola et al., 1999) containing improved tools for model
calculations are improving the situation, and at present an international “pipeline-GIC”
study with eight companies involved is being finished.
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Here's the sort of thing that you like.

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A new superbug from India thought to be resistant to nearly every known antibiotic poses a global threat, scientists warned Monday, urging health authorities to track the bacteria.

"There is an urgent need, first, to put in place an international surveillance system over the coming months and, second, to test all the patients admitted to any given health system" in as many countries as possible, said Patrice Nordmann of France's Bicetre Hospital.

Full article
[link to www.thejakartaglobe.com]
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With the accumulative action of many magnetic disturbances pipeline corrosion is significantly accelerated
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Hmmmmm.....a lot of oil pipeline problems lately...

Thread: With the accumulative action of many magnetic disturbances pipeline corrosion is significantly accelerated

Space Weather and Geomagnetically Induced Currents

Space weather generates Geomagnetically Induced Currents (GICs) that affect electrical systems on the earth's surface, including power and power transformer systems. Where the land is resistant, oil and gas pipelines form a system of long conductors that allow electrical currents to flow more easily. With the accumulative action of many magnetic disturbances pipeline corrosion is significantly accelerated. The massive oil spillage that took place in Alaska, March 2006 could have been caused by Space Weather. Click on the image of the BP oil pipeline in Alaska to obtain general information on the ground effects of space weather. [link to www.joyfirepublishing.com]
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long text. dont know exactly what you like to say.


fot me its simple, .
the bacterien downthere eating round holes in steel pipes, simple is that.
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Here's the most likely break of the OPs code (IMHO)

good day, On the agenda for Wednesday's Weekly Meeting is a briefing from the Special Engineering Regiment at 11:30
(the conference room can hold 131 and is fully booked)


GOM-SERT

GULF OF MEXICO-special/state emergency response team
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With the accumulative action of many magnetic disturbances pipeline corrosion is significantly accelerated
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Hmmmmm.....a lot of oil pipeline problems lately...

Thread: With the accumulative action of many magnetic disturbances pipeline corrosion is significantly accelerated

Space Weather and Geomagnetically Induced Currents

Space weather generates Geomagnetically Induced Currents (GICs) that affect electrical systems on the earth's surface, including power and power transformer systems. Where the land is resistant, oil and gas pipelines form a system of long conductors that allow electrical currents to flow more easily. With the accumulative action of many magnetic disturbances pipeline corrosion is significantly accelerated. The massive oil spillage that took place in Alaska, March 2006 could have been caused by Space Weather. Click on the image of the BP oil pipeline in Alaska to obtain general information on the ground effects of space weather. [link to www.joyfirepublishing.com]
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You're gonna have trouble convincing me that space weather is the problem when I've just watched a video of micro-organisms eating away at thick stainless steel pipe.
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With the accumulative action of many magnetic disturbances pipeline corrosion is significantly accelerated
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Hmmmmm.....a lot of oil pipeline problems lately...

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Space Weather and Geomagnetically Induced Currents

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You're gonna have trouble convincing me that space weather is the problem when I've just watched a video of micro-organisms eating away at thick stainless steel pipe.
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Come to think of it, we haven't seen this bug in action working on plastic. Prolly gonna be like a hot knife cutting through butter.
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And intoducing for your salivations...


T-131 Atomic cannon.

Feel them doom juices run

[link to www.youtube.com]
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BTW

Steel eating bugs are nothing new, heres a scientific report from 1999

[link to www.independent.co.uk]

If you are really interested, search using "steel eating bugs" and you will pull up plenty.
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BTW

Steel eating bugs are nothing new, heres a scientific report from 1999

[link to www.independent.co.uk]

If you are really interested, search using "steel eating bugs" and you will pull up plenty.
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I know. waterwelldrillers know them too.
only the scale has changed and they swimming around.
I've seen holes round the ship's propeller of the supporting vessels at the surface.
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And intoducing for your salivations...


T-131 Atomic cannon.

Feel them doom juices run

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Just AC 1097601


That's a big gun...

Sooo...you think they can hit the well from there???

Or is that the new casing and riser...


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huh?

'Terrified' New Yorkers protest gas drilling

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. (CNNMoney.com) -- Hundreds of people packed an upstate New York auditorium Monday, many of them fearful of new natural gas drilling that's spreading to states around the country.

The hearing, held in Binghamton and twice rescheduled due to security issues, is the public comment portion of an Environmental Protection Agency investigation into the safety of a controversial process that extracts natural gas from shale rock.

[link to money.cnn.com]
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Plane with 47 onboard crashes in Venezuela

A plane with 47 people onboard crashed on Monday near Ciudad Guayana in southeastern Venezuela, the number of victims is unknown, Venezuelan media reported.....

"The apparent cause [of the crash] is the loss of control of the aircraft, which was reported to the control tower by the plane's commander," the official said.
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Plane with 47 onboard crashes in Venezuela

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[link to en.rian.ru]
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Plane with 47 onboard crashes in Venezuela


[link to en.rian.ru]
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Does anyone have a passenger list?
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Plane with 47 onboard crashes in Venezuela

A plane with 47 people onboard crashed on Monday near Ciudad Guayana in southeastern Venezuela, the number of victims is unknown, Venezuelan media reported.....

"The apparent cause [of the crash] is the loss of control of the aircraft, which was reported to the control tower by the plane's commander," the official said.
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I saw that in a very confusing news report this morning mixing the plane crash in with the report of a hurricane in the same place as the crash. That's what it said, Venezuelan plane crashes in the same place where the hurricane is forming.

Don't know if I can find the link.
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Gee, BP have a lot to answer for. Now an aircraft down.

Heres another...

Nine firemen called after Tinkerbell the kitten gets stuck up 60ft tree for three days

Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

cool2
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Sirius XM-5 satellite delivered to Baikonur for October launch

A giant An-124 Ruslan cargo plane has landed at the Baikonur Space Center in Kazakhstan with a telecommunications satellite that will be launched for Sirius XM radio in mid-October, the Russian Space Agency said on Sunday.

The Sirius XM-5 satellite and an array of support equipment were unloaded and taken to a clean room for final assembly and testing, Roscosmos said on its website.

The launch is expected to take place on October 14. The satellite will function as an in-orbit spare for the Sirius XM satellite radio network. All four previous Sirius satellites were launched on Proton rockets.

The October launch will be the sixth time a Proton-M heavy carrier rocket has lifted off with a foreign satellite in 2010. Three other Proton-M rockets have orbited Russian satellites.

The final assembly of the rocket started at Baikonur last month.

[link to en.rian.ru]

they need a spare sat for a net radio station????
launched with a heavy lift rocket????
yea aha
wtf
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Plane with 47 onboard crashes in Venezuela

A plane with 47 people onboard crashed on Monday near Ciudad Guayana in southeastern Venezuela, the number of victims is unknown, Venezuelan media reported.....

"The apparent cause [of the crash] is the loss of control of the aircraft, which was reported to the control tower by the plane's commander," the official said.



I saw that in a very confusing news report this morning mixing the plane crash in with the report of a hurricane in the same place as the crash. That's what it said, Venezuelan plane crashes in the same place where the hurricane is forming.

Don't know if I can find the link.
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Here is the link, but now it says "thunderstorms" and I was certain this morning the report said "hurricane."

"Thunderstorm in Vicinity of Venezuela Plane Crash
Sep 13, 2010; 1:00 PM ET

Thunderstorms appeared to be in the area at the time of a plane crash in eastern Venezuela Monday.

According to satellite data, a thunderstorm was in the vicinity of the airport at takeoff, although lightning data will not be available for another few hours."

[link to www.accuweather.com]
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more on the alliances

“In Russia you have democracy so it is much easier to infiltrate certain organizations as in the 1990s in an operation called Barbarossa-2. They used the NGOs, the American Aid, the International Monetary Fund, the George Soros Organization to try and actually infiltrate and destroy Russian society from within. Today, the US government is building 13 secret bases in Afghanistan for the forward push to an eventual war against Russia,” Estulin told RT.

video of interview with text

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Hurricane Igor now heading 265 degrees. Not good for the West Indies.
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Plane with 47 onboard crashes in Venezuela

A plane with 47 people onboard crashed on Monday near Ciudad Guayana in southeastern Venezuela, the number of victims is unknown, Venezuelan media reported.....

"The apparent cause [of the crash] is the loss of control of the aircraft, which was reported to the control tower by the plane's commander," the official said.



I saw that in a very confusing news report this morning mixing the plane crash in with the report of a hurricane in the same place as the crash. That's what it said, Venezuelan plane crashes in the same place where the hurricane is forming.

Don't know if I can find the link.
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HAARP strikes again?
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Sirius XM-5 satellite delivered to Baikonur for October launch

A giant An-124 Ruslan cargo plane has landed at the Baikonur Space Center in Kazakhstan with a telecommunications satellite that will be launched for Sirius XM radio in mid-October, the Russian Space Agency said on Sunday.

The Sirius XM-5 satellite and an array of support equipment were unloaded and taken to a clean room for final assembly and testing, Roscosmos said on its website.

The launch is expected to take place on October 14. The satellite will function as an in-orbit spare for the Sirius XM satellite radio network. All four previous Sirius satellites were launched on Proton rockets.

The October launch will be the sixth time a Proton-M heavy carrier rocket has lifted off with a foreign satellite in 2010. Three other Proton-M rockets have orbited Russian satellites.

The final assembly of the rocket started at Baikonur last month.

[link to en.rian.ru]

they need a spare sat for a net radio station????
launched with a heavy lift rocket????

yea aha

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I'll see your wtf and add my own! wtf
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