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of relevance to this thread?


Thread: Alien Meteorite Found In The Gulf Of Mexico! MUST SEE!

ohyeah

but his conclusion???? Not so much.

I agree Tutu Wuwu. They look like common sea sponge saturated in oil.

(Didemnum molle)

[link to www.seasky.org]




Edit for spelling error. And to add that is a good way to collect samples from the bottom of the gulf.
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common sea SQUIRT - yep yep yep
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Did you watch the second video?

DON'T MISS IT!!!
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...........

Just have a look at the shapes in the illustration in this link : [link to pubs.rsc.org]


-Question 1:
If this tech is known WHY DID THEY USE ALL THOSE LETHAL STUFFS ????
-Question 2:
Are they using the golden AU-goose or is this a AU-egg ??
(whats first the goose or the egg?)
-Question 3:
Is this good or is this bad ...

Can some1 please have a good look at this PDF ?

Green synthesis of 1–2 nm gold nanoparticles stabilized by
amine-terminated ionic liquid and their electrocatalytic activity in oxygen reduction†

[link to 202.98.16.39]
(alternative link : [link to docs.google.com] )
snip:
An established method for generating 1–3 nm gold nanoparticles is reduction of AuCl4 − by sodium borohydride in the presence of an alkanethiol in water–toluene biphasic reaction systems. While the resulting nanoparticles are very stable, the reagents are hazardous. A “greener” route, reduction by citrate in water, yields particles of
only limited stability
.


>>> Unstable AU ???? .... by the old methode.

The new methode should give stable AU and better resulting.
Please read it if you can chew it ...lol... and say what you think.
 Quoting: Krispy71



Considering all the material we've covered in this thread, there has never been anything that can suggest to us other than BP is attempting to kill the morphing micro-organism which eats through steel and plastics.

BP could have emulsified the oil with a much less lethal dispersant and gotten the similar sediment factors.

We now have some support for OP's report that there is a radioactive issue with the GOM. The US government has been very quiet on the Gulf issue, except to endorse BP's actions.

There must be some extraordinary reason that BP and the government would deliberately endanger the lives of so many people by using a lethal dispersant, when other options are available.
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Found something STUNNING !!!!

Microemulsion Catalysis and S-ISCO® as a Basis for Designing Green Solutions for the Environment
Posted by Morgan Jenkins on Tue, Sep 14, 2010 @ 11:55 AM
[link to www.verutek.com]

VeruTEK’s S-ISCO® patent pending technology which combines plant surfactants, oxidants, and green catalysts has been shown to be effective in destroying oils, coal tar, creosote, chlorinated solvents and other toxic contaminants associated with NAPLs. Beyond environmental remediation, microemulsion systems have many industrial and commercial applications such as catalysis, medical, personal care and agricultural uses.

VeruTEK and EPA scientists (see Hoag et al. Degradation of Bromothymol Blue by “Greener” Nanoscale Zero-Valent Iron Synthesized Using Plant Polyphenols, Royal Society of Chemistry Journal of Materials Science and Nadagouda et al. Green Synthesis of Au Nanostructures at Room Temperature Using Biodegradable Plant Surfactants, American Chemical Society Crystal Growth and Design) and others (see Fallis et al. (2009), Locus-Specific Microemulsion Catalysts for Sulfur Mustard (HD) Chemical Warfare Agent Decontamination, JAMS) have documented the basis and rationale for the design of oxidative and reductive catalysts for the destruction of environmental toxins. These publications represent central advances in environmental technology that will be built upon for many years to come. These papers clear up some of the confusion and dogma still prevalent in the marketplace- yes, surfactants and oxidants can be combined in stable formulations – and provide a green technology platform to build upon.


Example of the Power of Microemulsion Catalysis Using S-ISCO®: Destruction of Oil Contaminated Beach Sand Using a Plant-Based Surfactant – Hydrogen Peroxide – Green Catalyst System

Image oil samples: [link to www.verutek.com]

FL Beach Sand – Final Soil
DI Water (left), and S-ISCO® Treatment (right)

Surfactant-Enhanced In Situ Chemical Oxidation (S-ISCO®) batch tests were conducted on weathered crude oil and tar ball contaminated Pensacola Florida beach sand. Jars were filled with 400 grams of contaminated beach sand, followed by the S-ISCO® treatment chemicals. The jar on the left acted as a control and contained beach sand with 400 mL of deionized water, and the jar on the right was treated with S-ISCO® chemicals. Within fourteen days, oil was removed from the beach sand and destroyed in place using VeruSOL®-Marine 200, hydrogen peroxide, and GreenCAT, a green synthesized catalyst.



wtf
Ding ding ding ....
Are you guys thinking what I think ????
Milking this golden cow .. uh goose ?

Green Synthesis of Au Nanostructures
Generally, metal nanoparticles are prepared by a variety of chemical methods that are not environmentally friendly. We report on the use of aqueous solutions of ionic polymers containing arsonic acid groups for the green synthesis of Au and Ag nanoparticles of intriguing shapes at room temperature without using additional reducing reagent. Our results indicate that these ionic polymers are not only capable of reducing metal ions but also can protect the nanoparticles in the colloidal solutions. In general, the process of metal ions reduction using these ionic polymers is very slow, but the ability of the polymers to protect the Au and Ag nanoparticles permits us to obtain colloidal solutions that are stable for several months. This method would be very much useful for the preparation of other metal nanoparticles.

scratching
What should we think of THAT ???
... reducing metal ions ... > makes me think about the vids of iron-bug-man (this could be the same or something totally different, sorry , but I am confiused by what I read) ....

here an other link :
[link to pubs.acs.org]
One-step green synthesis of gold (Au) nanostructures is described using naturally occurring biodegradable plant surfactants such as VeruSOL-3 (mixture of d-limonene and plant-based surfactants), VeruSOL-10, VeruSOL-11, and VeruSOL-12 (individual plant-based surfactants derived from coconut and castor oils) without any special reducing agent/capping agents. This greener method uses water as a benign solvent and surfactant/plant extract as a reducing agent. Depending upon the Au concentration used for the preparation, Au crystallizes in different shapes and sizes to form spherical, prisms, and hexagonal structures.


Just have a look at the shapes in the illustration in this link : [link to pubs.rsc.org]


-Question 1:
If this tech is known WHY DID THEY USE ALL THOSE LETHAL STUFFS ????
-Question 2:
Are they using the golden AU-goose or is this a AU-egg ??
(whats first the goose or the egg?)
-Question 3:
Is this good or is this bad ...

Can some1 please have a good look at this PDF ?

Green synthesis of 1–2 nm gold nanoparticles stabilized by
amine-terminated ionic liquid and their electrocatalytic activity in oxygen reduction†

[link to 202.98.16.39]
(alternative link : [link to docs.google.com] )
snip:
An established method for generating 1–3 nm gold nanoparticles is reduction of AuCl4 − by sodium borohydride in the presence of an alkanethiol in water–toluene biphasic reaction systems. While the resulting nanoparticles are very stable, the reagents are hazardous. A “greener” route, reduction by citrate in water, yields particles of
only limited stability
.


>>> Unstable AU ???? .... by the old methode.

The new methode should give stable AU and better resulting.
Please read it if you can chew it ...lol... and say what you think.
 Quoting: Krispy71


I'm not a chemist, so reading all this was barely understandable for me.
What I got out of it was that they were able to stabilize their gold agent the best when the nano size was 1.7nm, and that it was stable when exposed to air. They obviously have beach clean-up in mind.
My concern is that anything under about 10 nm penetrates just about all barriers within the human body...skin, cell walls, blood/brain barrier. Do we know if the consumption of the oil transforms the agent? Does the 1.7nm agent become the carrier for the oil it has consumed, or is there another totally different compound left in the sand? So many questions....
Great find, Krispy!


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Did you watch the second video?

DON'T MISS IT!!!
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Saw that 2nd vid a couple of days ago - yeah, veddy veddy wierd.
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lol lmao lmao
Did you watch the second video?

DON'T MISS IT!!!
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yeah mate your right, ya gotta see this shit. this guy drops pure corexit tabs man. 1rof1 bonghit
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Found something STUNNING !!!!

Microemulsion Catalysis and S-ISCO® as a Basis for Designing Green Solutions for the Environment
Posted by Morgan Jenkins on Tue, Sep 14, 2010 @ 11:55 AM
[link to www.verutek.com]

VeruTEK’s S-ISCO® patent pending technology which combines plant surfactants, oxidants, and green catalysts has been shown to be effective in destroying oils, coal tar, creosote, chlorinated solvents and other toxic contaminants associated with NAPLs. Beyond environmental remediation, microemulsion systems have many industrial and commercial applications such as catalysis, medical, personal care and agricultural uses.

VeruTEK and EPA scientists (see Hoag et al. Degradation of Bromothymol Blue by “Greener” Nanoscale Zero-Valent Iron Synthesized Using Plant Polyphenols, Royal Society of Chemistry Journal of Materials Science and Nadagouda et al. Green Synthesis of Au Nanostructures at Room Temperature Using Biodegradable Plant Surfactants, American Chemical Society Crystal Growth and Design) and others (see Fallis et al. (2009), Locus-Specific Microemulsion Catalysts for Sulfur Mustard (HD) Chemical Warfare Agent Decontamination, JAMS) have documented the basis and rationale for the design of oxidative and reductive catalysts for the destruction of environmental toxins. These publications represent central advances in environmental technology that will be built upon for many years to come. These papers clear up some of the confusion and dogma still prevalent in the marketplace- yes, surfactants and oxidants can be combined in stable formulations – and provide a green technology platform to build upon.


Example of the Power of Microemulsion Catalysis Using S-ISCO®: Destruction of Oil Contaminated Beach Sand Using a Plant-Based Surfactant – Hydrogen Peroxide – Green Catalyst System

Image oil samples: [link to www.verutek.com]

FL Beach Sand – Final Soil
DI Water (left), and S-ISCO® Treatment (right)

Surfactant-Enhanced In Situ Chemical Oxidation (S-ISCO®) batch tests were conducted on weathered crude oil and tar ball contaminated Pensacola Florida beach sand. Jars were filled with 400 grams of contaminated beach sand, followed by the S-ISCO® treatment chemicals. The jar on the left acted as a control and contained beach sand with 400 mL of deionized water, and the jar on the right was treated with S-ISCO® chemicals. Within fourteen days, oil was removed from the beach sand and destroyed in place using VeruSOL®-Marine 200, hydrogen peroxide, and GreenCAT, a green synthesized catalyst.



wtf
Ding ding ding ....
Are you guys thinking what I think ????
Milking this golden cow .. uh goose ?

Green Synthesis of Au Nanostructures
Generally, metal nanoparticles are prepared by a variety of chemical methods that are not environmentally friendly. We report on the use of aqueous solutions of ionic polymers containing arsonic acid groups for the green synthesis of Au and Ag nanoparticles of intriguing shapes at room temperature without using additional reducing reagent. Our results indicate that these ionic polymers are not only capable of reducing metal ions but also can protect the nanoparticles in the colloidal solutions. In general, the process of metal ions reduction using these ionic polymers is very slow, but the ability of the polymers to protect the Au and Ag nanoparticles permits us to obtain colloidal solutions that are stable for several months. This method would be very much useful for the preparation of other metal nanoparticles.

scratching
What should we think of THAT ???
... reducing metal ions ... > makes me think about the vids of iron-bug-man (this could be the same or something totally different, sorry , but I am confiused by what I read) ....

here an other link :
[link to pubs.acs.org]
One-step green synthesis of gold (Au) nanostructures is described using naturally occurring biodegradable plant surfactants such as VeruSOL-3 (mixture of d-limonene and plant-based surfactants), VeruSOL-10, VeruSOL-11, and VeruSOL-12 (individual plant-based surfactants derived from coconut and castor oils) without any special reducing agent/capping agents. This greener method uses water as a benign solvent and surfactant/plant extract as a reducing agent. Depending upon the Au concentration used for the preparation, Au crystallizes in different shapes and sizes to form spherical, prisms, and hexagonal structures.


Just have a look at the shapes in the illustration in this link : [link to pubs.rsc.org]


-Question 1:
If this tech is known WHY DID THEY USE ALL THOSE LETHAL STUFFS ????
-Question 2:
Are they using the golden AU-goose or is this a AU-egg ??
(whats first the goose or the egg?)
-Question 3:
Is this good or is this bad ...

Can some1 please have a good look at this PDF ?

Green synthesis of 1–2 nm gold nanoparticles stabilized by
amine-terminated ionic liquid and their electrocatalytic activity in oxygen reduction†

[link to 202.98.16.39]
(alternative link : [link to docs.google.com] )
snip:
An established method for generating 1–3 nm gold nanoparticles is reduction of AuCl4 − by sodium borohydride in the presence of an alkanethiol in water–toluene biphasic reaction systems. While the resulting nanoparticles are very stable, the reagents are hazardous. A “greener” route, reduction by citrate in water, yields particles of
only limited stability
.


>>> Unstable AU ???? .... by the old methode.

The new methode should give stable AU and better resulting.
Please read it if you can chew it ...lol... and say what you think.


I'm not a chemist, so reading all this was barely understandable for me.
What I got out of it was that they were able to stabilize their gold agent the best when the nano size was 1.7nm, and that it was stable when exposed to air. They obviously have beach clean-up in mind.
My concern is that anything under about 10 nm penetrates just about all barriers within the human body...skin, cell walls, blood/brain barrier. Do we know if the consumption of the oil transforms the agent? Does the 1.7nm agent become the carrier for the oil it has consumed, or is there another totally different compound left in the sand? So many questions....
Great find, Krispy!


applause2
 Quoting: TutuWuwu

+1 TutuWuwu

The only thing that I could cypher was that all the authors of Krispy's find (bold above) [link to pubs.rsc.org]

Synthesis of various crystalline gold nanostructures in water: The polyoxometalate β-[H4PMo12O40]3− as the reducing and stabilizing agent Guangjin Zhang, Bineta Keita, Rosa Ngo Biboum, Frédéric Miserque, Patrick Berthet, Anne Dolbecq, Pierre Mialane, Laure Catala and Louis Nadjo
J. Mater. Chem., 2009, 19, 8639-8644

Were all listed as affiliated with labs/institutes in FRANCE:

Affiliation (s) of author / Author (s) Affiliation (s)
Guangjin ZHANG (1);
Bineta Keita (1);
NGO BIBOUM Rosa (1);
MISERQUE Frederick (2)
Patrick Berthet (3);
DOLBECQ Anne (4);
MIALANE Pierre (4);
CATALA Laure (5);
NADJO Louis (1);
(1) Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, Group of Electrochemistry and Photoelectrochemistry, UMR 8000, CNRS, Université Paris-Sud, Bâtiment 350, 91405 Orsay, FRANCE
(2) Laboratory of Reactivity of Surfaces and Interfaces / CEA-Saclay DEN / DANS / DPC / SCP, Bât 391, 91191 Gif-sur-Yvette, FRANCE
(3) Laboratory of Physical Chemistry of Solid State, ICMMO, UMR 8182, CNRS, Université Paris-Sud, Bâtiment 410, 91405 Orsay, FRANCE
(4) Institut Lavoisier Versailles, UMR 8180, Université de Versailles St Quentin, 45 Avenue des USA, 78035 Versailles, FRANCE
(5) Laboratory of Inorganic Chemistry, ICMMO, UMR 8182, CNRS, Université Paris-Sud, Bâtiment 410, 91405 Orsay, FRANCE

[link to cat.inist.fr]

Day One...
My girl friend has a D.E.D link on her laptop from the French Embassy. (She works at the embassy) Quoting OP
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Yes I know there is NOT a French Embassy in France...merely going for the French Connection.
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Just to let you know, folks, I'm still around, but intermittently right now as I'm a bit under the weather. The ticker is having another dance with the reaper. I have't had the energy to sit in front of the computer much. But I'll be back on my feet soon.
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Hi Housedad- hope you feel better soon. hf
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Yes I know there is NOT a French Embassy in France...merely going for the French Connection.
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By the time I was done reading, I was so cross-eyed, I didn't even notice that...
Mighty timely research development for the French Connection. Hmmmmmm.
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Just to let you know, folks, I'm still around, but intermittently right now as I'm a bit under the weather. The ticker is having another dance with the reaper. I have't had the energy to sit in front of the computer much. But I'll be back on my feet soon.
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OHHHHHH, so sorry to hear that Housedad...please take good care of you...I was wondering where you were...hope you will be up to snuff soon....breezy
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Nobody cared the first time I mentioned it but it is still bugging me, so I will be annoying and mention it again.

I am reminded of the AU/AG carved into the mining cart at the Denver Airport. Considering the other imagery there it seems pertinent. There have been many speculations about what it meant being included with all the death imagery but nobody saw this one coming.
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Yes I know there is NOT a French Embassy in France...merely going for the French Connection.

By the time I was done reading, I was so cross-eyed, I didn't even notice that...
Mighty timely research development for the French Connection. Hmmmmmm.
1doh1
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YOU AND ME BOTH! lol
It was actually on a French website that I cross referenced...Krispy's research is delightfully beyond mine...just trying to build on the basics!
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hey all havnt been On in sometime Maybe missed a few Evenings and Got far behind and All really have to keep On daily of miss all the News. Miss anything in the Maritime Calender.? tetonic plate relocation no freeze on track for land mass relocation in 1 of 3 Pictures Shows. Jellyfish Pocket Levels are Given Onboard for all fishing wigs.
climate study concludes intensive winter northern hemi shpere and food rationing imminent. aqua farming big industry algea paves the way. see aurora algae recent news release no bio fuels, feed the hungry. will gulf waters be ideal for algea farming, why yes indeed. is all the oil gone, no, one huge, very huge artificial reef made from tar ball, assembled by millions of gold induced nano fishies.
fuel and food yep fuel and food. reef absorbs radiant heat transmitted via particles from solar with enormous btu's. b3 algea machine. great for hot tub and algea growth even when ambient factors are cooler. future industry in bio insulation with r values unheard of. the world gets cold this fall and winter, cold, cold, cold.
chlorella bars, chlorella cereal, chlorella tea, chlorella burgers, chlorella cheese, chlorella candy, chlorella in any flavor and shape its been done. makes me think of soylent green lol.
wonder if the fish will like it.

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hang in there housedad
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Yes I know there is NOT a French Embassy in France...merely going for the French Connection.

By the time I was done reading, I was so cross-eyed, I didn't even notice that...
Mighty timely research development for the French Connection. Hmmmmmm.
1doh1


YOU AND ME BOTH! lol
It was actually on a French website that I cross referenced...Krispy's research is delightfully beyond mine...just trying to build on the basics!
 Quoting: 1221 1093619


Good job with that. Just wish I had a chemist friend by whom to run this stuff.
I really need a translation. Also they talked about gold crystals, which are by nature pointy. That doesn't sound good, in the 1.7nm sizing, to me, for strolling along a treated sand beach. Like sanding your innards with lebenty gazillion wet or dry. Might be good for lacquer, but.....

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where is Hans ?
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Yes I know there is NOT a French Embassy in France...merely going for the French Connection.

By the time I was done reading, I was so cross-eyed, I didn't even notice that...
Mighty timely research development for the French Connection. Hmmmmmm.
1doh1


YOU AND ME BOTH! lol
It was actually on a French website that I cross referenced...Krispy's research is delightfully beyond mine...just trying to build on the basics!


Good job with that. Just wish I had a chemist friend by whom to run this stuff.
I really need a translation. Also they talked about gold crystals, which are by nature pointy. That doesn't sound good, in the 1.7nm sizing, to me, for strolling along a treated sand beach. Like sanding your innards with lebenty gazillion wet or dry. Might be good for lacquer, but.....
 Quoting: TutuWuwu


Thx. I too am perplexed.
You could always contact the source directly, see what she/they have to say. Contact email for this paper:bineta.keita@lcp.u-psud.fr
Have no idea what if any response you'd get...but from the horses mouth, so to speak.
FWIW as soon as I posted my last reply...my computer shut off. Not usual. hmmmm
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thanks isis that looks like corrosion
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okie dokie guess will move on outta here. see you folks later night ya'll
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hey all havnt been On in sometime Maybe missed a few Evenings and Got far behind and All really have to keep On daily of miss all the News. Miss anything in the Maritime Calender.? tetonic plate relocation no freeze on track for land mass relocation in 1 of 3 Pictures Shows. Jellyfish Pocket Levels are Given Onboard for all fishing wigs.
climate study concludes intensive winter northern hemi shpere and food rationing imminent. aqua farming big industry algea paves the way. see aurora algae recent news release no bio fuels, feed the hungry. will gulf waters be ideal for algea farming, why yes indeed. is all the oil gone, no, one huge, very huge artificial reef made from tar ball, assembled by millions of gold induced nano fishies.
fuel and food yep fuel and food. reef absorbs radiant heat transmitted via particles from solar with enormous btu's. b3 algea machine. great for hot tub and algea growth even when ambient factors are cooler. future industry in bio insulation with r values unheard of. the world gets cold this fall and winter, cold, cold, cold.
chlorella bars, chlorella cereal, chlorella tea, chlorella burgers, chlorella cheese, chlorella candy, chlorella in any flavor and shape its been done. makes me think of soylent green lol.
wonder if the fish will like it.
 Quoting: 6 String Woodie


Thanx Woodie. Great to hear from you! That Cali outfit is stunning...Jack Parsons would love it. Super Blue Green Algae is sooo much more nutritious than chlorella....gives me a mega bump daily. Fair winds and tight lines, buddy.
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Not sure what this is, but it certainly looks like a goldish goo is melting the metal in the relief well. Filmed Sept, 9.
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O M E G A O N. M M C ? 1 3 P S

J P L G O


b3 aurora algae

Okay, what was MMC again? 13 refers to our October date, don't know what P S is - J P L is another go.
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OMEGA ON according to 6 String Woodie.Lot's of info in his post!Cold winter expected!
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Nobody cared the first time I mentioned it but it is still bugging me, so I will be annoying and mention it again.

I am reminded of the AU/AG carved into the mining cart at the Denver Airport. Considering the other imagery there it seems pertinent. There have been many speculations about what it meant being included with all the death imagery but nobody saw this one coming.
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Got a pic or a link with a pic?







Housedad, please get well quickly. hf
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Hi Woodie

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O M E G A O N. M M C ? 1 3 P S

J P L G O


b3 aurora algae

Okay, what was MMC again? 13 refers to our October date, don't know what P S is - J P L is another go.
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JPL=Jet Propulsion Lab, methinks. Does Aurora Algae have the b3 or did JPL get it?
MMC? [link to www.mmc.com]

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DEEP=Disaster & Extreme Event Preparedness
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lol lmao lmao
Did you watch the second video?

DON'T MISS IT!!!


yeah mate your right, ya gotta see this shit. this guy drops pure corexit tabs man. 1rof1 bonghit
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A sense of humor is a good thing to have. But in make fun of others shows your caliber of discernment. My uncle married a gal who talked slow and moved slow, but she was very intelligent. She was just different that's all. It doesn't necessarily mean someone has to be a druggy just because they talk slower or that they might lack the education or experience to know it all.

Thanks for the bump anyway.

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