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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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cross referenced with shipping routes
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At the link the mapping shows that Louisiana has more shipping traffic than Houston, historically. Since the end of August, there has been almost no shipping traffic to the Louisiana port, according to personal watch on marine traffic. Please explain your point in posting.


"Factoring in both the volume of ships and the number of other ports each is connected to, these are the top ports in the world:

1 Panama Canal
2 Suez Canal
3 Shanghai
4 Singapore
5 Antwerp
6 Piraeus
7 Terneuzen
8 Plaquemines
9 Houston "


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a very revealing story

Is the window of opportunity in Russian-U.S. relations closing?

It is always interesting to watch a shooting star or to see an e-mail fall from cyberspace. This time, I received an article "Changing Course in Moscow" by Jeffrey Mankoff from the upcoming September/October issue of Foreign Affairs magazine. Mankoff is the author of the book "Russian Foreign Policy: The Return of Great Power Politics."

There is clearly a new policy — what Mankoff calls a "dramatic shift" — as President Medvedev is the force behind the efforts to modernize the Russian economy with the help of the United States and the European Union. For former President Vladimir Putin to propose this during the presidency of George W. Bush would have been laughable. The author's argument is fairly obvious, but then he comes across an interesting thought that boils down to two words: two years.

It is relationship between the United States and China that U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has referred to as the most important issue in the world, followed by the Greater Middle East (Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, etc.), and only then by relations between Russia and the West.

a lot more here

[link to en.rian.ru]
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watch a shooting star
fall from space
boils down to two words: two years


Brilliant catch Dhlos :) WOW
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09/17/2010 11:53 AM
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....

No.

Plug-in today's date and you get the real deal. Looks hot, like it should:

[link to polar.ncep.noaa.gov]

don't trust the images, following that site 3 months now, went off air for 2,5 days 4 weeks ago, so.............


Of course I can trust those images. The mere fact tropical storms and powerful hurricanes form is because of the warmth in those very waters. 1+1=2



Do not trust! It is a modeling site and someone's coloring book.


It is nice to see the open exchanges on this thread. That said, come on -- 1+1=2
If it was only that site that we had as evidence, I would be suspect like you and the other poster flying Netherlands colors with the nice behind he showed me.


But you know as well as I do that hurricanes only form in the GOM and the Atlantic (or cyclones in other regions) due to one main factor or ingredient in most all cases - warm water...

So that link first given to that site had a date other than current, so was giving false, cooler temp info. When the date is adjusted to this month, it yes, looks like it should. It is that simple. (site + lot's of hurricanes or tropical storms)1+1=2

"Generally, a hurricane begins its formation when a storm passes over a body of 80 degree or higher water."
see link to this quote below.


Necessary Conditions for Hurricanes to Form


1. 80 degree, or warmer, water temperature, which is at least 150 feet deep
2. A low pressure area with wind disturbance
3. A lack of stability in the air, which allows clouds to develop
4. A centrifugal force, known as a Coriolis Force, stemming from the earth's rotation
5. Moist air, i.e., a thunderstorm, in the lower portion of the atmosphere
6. Low level winds, with directional changes, known as wind shear



Read more at Suite101: How Do Hurricanes Form?: What Weather Conditions Support the Storms [link to www.suite101.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 566027



Ocean temps don't change that fast in a couple of days, but the colors in someone's coloring book can change anytime they pick up a different color crayon. No trust. I live around here and know where hurricanes come from. The water in the creek coming by my house won't change drastic temperature in a two-day time period.

Tired of the BS and want truth, even if it hurts. If we can't get some transparency somewhere, there'll be a few of us who will begin to think that everyone in the Southeast US are already dead, no matter what we do.
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Are they about to detonate something down the relief well? Or something?
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Remember 6 String Woodie's post of a day or so ago? OMEGA ON?
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cross referenced with shipping routes



At the link the mapping shows that Louisiana has more shipping traffic than Houston, historically. Since the end of August, there has been almost no shipping traffic to the Louisiana port, according to personal watch on marine traffic. Please explain your point in posting.


"Factoring in both the volume of ships and the number of other ports each is connected to, these are the top ports in the world:

1 Panama Canal
2 Suez Canal
3 Shanghai
4 Singapore
5 Antwerp
6 Piraeus
7 Terneuzen
8 Plaquemines
9 Houston "


Read More [link to www.wired.com]
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AC asked about hurricanes that MIGHT be affecting marinetraffic.com not showing any vessels in the GOM, but some ocean-going vessels are anchored in port. I posted stormwatch.com. I was hedging my bet that the next post was going to be 'but there's no hurricanes in the GOM'...so I posted the cross reference to shipping routes. There were/are two large hurricanes Igor and Julia in the Atlantic...in the path of the shipping lanes. Nothing more from my end.
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09/17/2010 12:12 PM
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edit to say:
Nothing more was meant from my end.
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09/17/2010 12:16 PM
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this is a site i use alot. i can vouch for its accuracy for ocean temp readings off australias east coast. the temp charts ae a little generalised but you can pick your area of intrest and overlap a synoptic chart over it. hope it helps confirm gulf ocean temps, if still needed.
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soorry link
[link to www.oceanweather.com]
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09/17/2010 12:22 PM
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Not a lot going on in the area weather wise!
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09/17/2010 12:23 PM
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soorry link
[link to www.oceanweather.com]

Not a lot going on in the area weather wise!
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cool2
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09/17/2010 12:34 PM
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something is going on and I and we, this thread, hasn't a clue.
I'm talking realtime now.
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09/17/2010 12:38 PM
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Another oil tanker has appeared out of nowherea and is heading into New Orleans!!!!!!!That makes 5!
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Showing hot spot off Tampa/St Pete, moreso than the well site. Curious since that is where Arctic Sunrise was docked for a few days, plus people breaking out in rash after swimming in their pools at that location.

Maybe Tampa/St Pete didn't have a boat cleaning station out in the Gulf like they did at Panama City. Just brought those morphing-metal eating bugs right on into port.
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something is going on and I and we, this thread, hasn't a clue.
I'm talking realtime now.
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Exactly the point! And, the reason this thread doesn't die. If there was resolution, good or bad, we'd all go and do something else.
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09/17/2010 12:58 PM

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NPR reported that the relief well has intersected the oil/gas well at DWH.I wonder if gas is leaking now!!!!!!!

linkie?
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Relief well intersects blown-out BP well
Joining 2.5 miles under Gulf floor is prelude to final plug


Snip:

Retired Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen, the government's point man on the oil spill, said in a statement that data shows the two wells are joined. The next step will be to pump mud and cement down through the relief well to seal the ruptured well permanently from the bottom.



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Has anybody a clue who runs marinetraffic?
who can give a order to putt OFF the transponder in a certain area?
Do we have to think thats something is going on? the fear factor?
Disguising certain shiptraffic?

questions, yes, no answers, yet
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2us captain :Relaying sudden abnormal thermal activity at Three Submarine chimneys
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What i this? An underwater volcanic situation?Whatever it is methane hydrate is probably melting!Any ideas folks?
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09/17/2010 01:03 PM
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soorry link
[link to www.oceanweather.com]

Not a lot going on in the area weather wise!
 Quoting: childoflight

one way to figure the winds in an area is to get on the swell page. if you know what the ground swell is doing(and in the gulf there probably wouldnt be any most of the time)the sea surface hights give you a prity good real time wind strength and direction indicator. better than some bodies prediction anyway. im trying to find relevant info on the net about sub sea thermal vents in the gulf or caribean. cant find any thing as yet but there is some amazing volcanic structures east of the faulklands . i havent been able to get any sci info yet.will keep digging.
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2us captain :Relaying sudden abnormal thermal activity at Three Submarine chimneys

What i this? An underwater volcanic situation?Whatever it is methane hydrate is probably melting!Any ideas folks?
 Quoting: childoflight

good one, something really blow out ?
these underwatervulcano's are mostly in deeper waters (4000 m and more). location is 1500 m deep. wiil give a wave, i think, when something blew out. i've noticed that the last bop on the screens was really hanging over to one side.
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Playing around with marinetraffic.com buttons...clicked on "show ship names"...some vessels showed up out of port, that weren't in view without the button clicked on. Perhaps a problem with the website itself...
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marinetraffic back online???????????????????????
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marinetraffic back online???????????????????????
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amazing, like a lightswitch, how they do it?
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2us captain :Relaying sudden abnormal thermal activity at Three Submarine chimneys

What i this? An underwater volcanic situation?Whatever it is methane hydrate is probably melting!Any ideas folks?

good one, something really blow out ?
these underwatervulcano's are mostly in deeper waters (4000 m and more). location is 1500 m deep. wiil give a wave, i think, when something blew out. i've noticed that the last bop on the screens was really hanging over to one side.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 979825


Cams have been off for awhile now. Would that be because the ships have all abandoned the gulf?

Did the abandonment happen due to another blow-out of the well?

paranoid
Tio
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marinetraffic back online???????????????????????

amazing, like a lightswitch, how they do it?
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now the question: is this the real situation, or are the waveriderrobots doing this???
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2us captain :Relaying sudden abnormal thermal activity at Three Submarine chimneys

What i this? An underwater volcanic situation?Whatever it is methane hydrate is probably melting!Any ideas folks?
 Quoting: childoflight



Deep sea ecology: hydrothermal vents and cold seeps


Snip:

Since the discovery of vent ecosystems dependent on hydrogen sulfide, scientists have found similar communities living around these so-called ‘cold seeps’. Others have also been found that rely on methane instead of hydrogen sulfide.


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soorry link
[link to www.oceanweather.com]

Not a lot going on in the area weather wise!

one way to figure the winds in an area is to get on the swell page. if you know what the ground swell is doing(and in the gulf there probably wouldnt be any most of the time)the sea surface hights give you a prity good real time wind strength and direction indicator. better than some bodies prediction anyway. im trying to find relevant info on the net about sub sea thermal vents in the gulf or caribean. cant find any thing as yet but there is some amazing volcanic structures east of the faulklands . i havent been able to get any sci info yet.will keep digging.
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trying to tell us something?

nice catch
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Dear Krispy

You have been going so far above the call of duty with your work on this thread that I found myself wondering whether you were being paid by someone for your input, I know now that this has been incorrect.

I hope you are well Krispy, despite my grumpiness at times I have really appreciated all your input & wish you well.

OP for all that Krispy has done for your thread I think you should come back & explain & not just abandon us.
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bighug

So kind your words,
you can be grumpy as much as you like ;) hf

And tnx to the others their kind words.
Understanding is a warm welcom.
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Found this interesting...

Check out his Blog...

Snip:

They may have PURPOSEFULLY pierced a highly TOXIC hydrothermal vein on Hitler's 121st Birthday



[link to area621.blogspot.com]
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Found this interesting...

Check out his Blog...

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They may have PURPOSEFULLY pierced a highly TOXIC hydrothermal vein on Hitler's 121st Birthday



[link to area621.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: Czarcasym

where was merkel on that day?
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Found this interesting...

Check out his Blog...

Snip:

They may have PURPOSEFULLY pierced a highly TOXIC hydrothermal vein on Hitler's 121st Birthday



[link to area621.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: Czarcasym


We did mention that before in this thread when we tried to find out if April 20 was a "ritual day" ...

Tnx for mentioning that again :D

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