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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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I just got wind of BEEPEE's vids yesterday and spent the better part of the day watching them.
He's got some great coverage. He's got some great points also.
Most who don't want this info to get out would be disinfo jerks.
I for one will be monitoring this thread and his vids.
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London is overdue for a major earthquake, warns seismologist

After earthquakes in 1382 and 1580, London can expect a similar quake at some time in the coming decades that would cause considerable damage and loss of life


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from grdn



SAME for So Cal...
Southern California is overdue for 'The Big One,' study finds
August 20, 2010 | 11:11 am

Southern California is overdue for a major earthquake along the San Andreas fault, according to a landmark study released Friday.

The long-awaited study came after scientists spent years studying the geology of the Carrizo Plain area of the San Andreas, which is about 100 miles northwest of Los Angeles. It found that earthquakes along the San Andreas fault have occurred far more often than previously believed.

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uk is not famed as an eq hotspot hence the


Mmmm I was amazed they were working on an 8.0 ????
We're suprised if the crockery rattles slightly...which would be a talking point for a week...we just don't get EQs.
Well, perhaps I should say...thus far.
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London is overdue for a major earthquake, warns seismologist

After earthquakes in 1382 and 1580, London can expect a similar quake at some time in the coming decades that would cause considerable damage and loss of life


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SAME for So Cal...
Southern California is overdue for 'The Big One,' study finds
August 20, 2010 | 11:11 am

Southern California is overdue for a major earthquake along the San Andreas fault, according to a landmark study released Friday.

The long-awaited study came after scientists spent years studying the geology of the Carrizo Plain area of the San Andreas, which is about 100 miles northwest of Los Angeles. It found that earthquakes along the San Andreas fault have occurred far more often than previously believed.

[link to latimesblogs.latimes.com]
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uk is not famed as an eq hotspot hence the


Mmmm I was amazed they were working on an 8.0 ????
We're suprised if the crockery rattles slightly...which would be a talking point for a week...we just don't get EQs.
Well, perhaps I should say...thus far.
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Understood. Felt a little silly that I posted as in unison...wasn't thinking...might need more coffee!
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If the marine traffic map is to be believed and I have my doubts after this morning the Discoverer Enterprise, the ship drilling the relief well is all by itsself at least 10 miles from any other ships in all directions.


Fact check time: DD3 is drilling the RW.

Now what is the Pisces doing over the Dome?
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owen here. I'm glad with the posts that firmly states that this thread can make a difference.

Pisces is for at least one week at that position (could transponders be exchanged with other vessel?, i think it can be done)
second: Loch Ranoch disappeared. for weeks it circled the area (sort of movements you expect that Awhale was expecting to do)
my 1 cent
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If the marine traffic map is to be believed and I have my doubts after this morning the Discoverer Enterprise, the ship drilling the relief well is all by itsself at least 10 miles from any other ships in all directions.


Fact check time: DD3 is drilling the RW.

Now what is the Pisces doing over the Dome?

owen here. I'm glad with the posts that firmly states that this thread can make a difference.

Pisces is for at least one week at that position (could transponders be exchanged with other vessel?, i think it can be done)
second: Loch Ranoch disappeared. for weeks it circled the area (sort of movements you expect that Awhale was expecting to do)
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Pisces has been there for two months.

The ship took over from the Haliburton Stim Star III (well stimulation boat) and the HOS Iron Horse (fluid supply) around the end of July.

I had thought the ship was there to feed an underwater dispersant system set up over the Dome to hide the leaks but as I have learned the ship has a 20,000 bpd producion capacity I believe the Hali boat setup some collection systems and the Pisces is producing the oil from the seeps.

I also have a theory that Well B is currently being produced to the Shell pipeline in MC252 so it could also be playing some role in that. I saw the Helix Producer parted a few KM to the NE of the Pisces yesterday about where the pipeline runs.
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au rora algea

fuels to food

as mentioned earlier

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Gulf Oil Spill: Bacteria mainly ate the gas, not the oil
September 16, 2010 | 9:33 pm

Bacteria that attacked the plumes of oil and gas from the Deepwater Horizon gusher in the Gulf of Mexico mainly digested natural gas spewing from the wellhead — propane, ethane and butane — rather than oil, according to a study published in the journal Science.

The paper doesn't rule out the possibility that bacteria also are consuming oil from the spill, the authors said. Instead, it suggests that natural gas primed the growth of bacteria that may have gone on to digest "more complex hydrocarbons" — oil — as the spill aged and propane and ethane were depleted.

Still, lead author David L. Valentine, a professor of microbial geochemistry at UC Santa Barbara, said the findings temper hopes that microorganisms detected by scientists in the gulf have eaten up most of the oil there, as other scientists had recently suggested. "It's hard to imagine these bacteria are capable of taking down all components of oil," he said. "These stories about superbugs taking down all the oil — it's more complex than that."

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au rora algea

fuels to food

as mentioned earlier

[link to news.cnet.com]
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Woodie-
Do you know if algae grows better or worse with LESS FISH in the water?
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Been 3 hours or more catching UP. lots of Posting glad to have fair eye Sight today. Marine traffic Must be slow for Certain. whos fishing 1 On 1 anyway. Jellyfish Pocket Levels Surely being Tied At the lures Not without wieght and scented bait srayed Directly on it and Best to clean the spool before You cast. land mass relocation tetonic aggravation siesmic action for austrialasia fault grids. why the hell is it needed for cultivation if algea will be the primary food source ? europe on the move in winter to avoid extended freeze where ? is it antarctica for new semi tropic getaways ? fish its whats for dinner.
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au rora algea

fuels to food

as mentioned earlier

[link to news.cnet.com]


Woodie-
Do you know if algae grows better or worse with LESS FISH in the water?
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what do they do in the fish tank ?
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Hope this is relevant, a good read none the less for my believing brothers and sisters.

Unfolding Prophecy

[09.02.2010]
Will Israel Cede Sovereignty Over Jerusalem ?
Today, Jerusalem has taken center stage in Israel. It is the focal point of attention as talks between Israel and the Palestinians start in Washington, D.C.

In a candid interview, Israel's Defense Minister Ehud Barak endorsed dividing Jerusalem and placing Jewish sites in the Old City under an independent regime. Barak says:

"West Jerusalem and 12 Jewish neighborhoods that are home to 200,000 residents will be ours. The Arab neighborhoods in which close to a quarter million Palestinians live will be theirs. There will be a special regime in place along with agreed upon arrangements in the Old City, the Mount of Olives and the City of David."

Read more...

[link to www.onejerusalem.org]
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holy shit
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au rora algea

fuels to food

as mentioned earlier

[link to news.cnet.com]


Woodie-
Do you know if algae grows better or worse with LESS FISH in the water?



what do they do in the fish tank ?
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Just asked salt water fish guy...algae grows better with more fish, rather than less...needs nitrate.

But also read site you posted...they grow in special salt water ponds.
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au rora algea

fuels to food

as mentioned earlier

[link to news.cnet.com]
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Look at all the land than will be freed up for traditional food for humans. Au rora makes supplements and feed and some biofuel, then acres and acres planted for bio and feed can be planted in sweet potatoes and corn and pecan orchards. (As long as we have enough fresh water to grow the plants.)
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Been 3 hours or more catching UP. lots of Posting glad to have fair eye Sight today. Marine traffic Must be slow for Certain. whos fishing 1 On 1 anyway. Jellyfish Pocket Levels Surely being Tied At the lures Not without wieght and scented bait srayed Directly on it and Best to clean the spool before You cast. land mass relocation tetonic aggravation siesmic action for austrialasia fault grids. why the hell is it needed for cultivation if algea will be the primary food source ? europe on the move in winter to avoid extended freeze where ? is it antarctica for new semi tropic getaways ? fish its whats for dinner.
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So that's why we got the "44" news article telling that the Americans had 500 workers in Antarctica.

Thanks for posting Woodie. This is going to give Nexus something to think about.
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JPL -- The occult roots of NASA


Snip:

Parsons was certainly ahead of his time in things other than rocketry. Before each test launch, he was in the habit of invoking Aleister Crowley's Hymn to Pan, the wild horned god of fertility. Parsons was an active member of the California Agape Lodge of the sex magickal group Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO), and in letters addressed The Great Beast (Crowley) as "Most Beloved Father".


[link to www.bariumblues.com]



edited to add:

If you are interested in chemtrails, weather anomalies, harp and others check the main page at the top of the link...

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William Broad author of "Germs Biological Weapons and Americas Secret War"

and this article from August, "Oil Spill Cleanup Workers Include Many Very, Very Small Ones"

"The oil-hungry bacterium Alcanivorax and fellow microbes are breaking down a significant amount of the oil that gushed into the environment from BP’s runaway well, scientists say."
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No wonder China is NOT playing along with Odessa. They have their research and samples. No longer just the Russians.

"China Explores a Frontier 2 Miles Deep"

By WILLIAM J. BROAD

Published: September 11, 2010

[link to www.nytimes.com]


When three Chinese scientists plunged to the bottom of the South China Sea in a tiny submarine early this summer, they did more than simply plant their nation’s flag on the dark seabed.
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The Jiaolong submersible planted a Chinese flag on the bottom of the South China Sea during a two-mile-deep dive in June.

Video Video: China Submersible Travels to the Bed of the South China Sea (via CNTV)

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The men, who descended more than two miles in a craft the size of a small truck, also signaled Beijing’s intention to take the lead in exploring remote and inaccessible parts of the ocean floor, which are rich in oil, minerals and other resources that the Chinese would like to mine. And many of those resources happen to lie in areas where China has clashed repeatedly with its neighbors over territorial claims.

After the flag planting, which was done in secret but recorded in a video, Beijing quickly turned the feat of technology into a show of bravado.

“It is a great achievement,” Liu Feng, director of the dives, was quoted as saying by China Daily, an English-language newspaper, which telegraphs government positions to the outside world.

The global seabed is littered with what experts say is trillions of dollars’ worth of mineral nodules as well as many objects of intelligence value: undersea cables carrying diplomatic communications, lost nuclear arms, sunken submarines and hundreds of warheads left over from missile tests.

While a single small craft cannot reel in all these treasures, it does put China in an excellent position to go after them.

“They’re in it for a penny and a pound,” said Don Walsh, a pioneer of deep-ocean diving who recently visited the submersible and its makers in China. “It’s a very deliberate program.”

The small craft that made the trip — named Jiaolong, after a mythical sea dragon — was unveiled publicly late last month after eight years of secretive development. It is designed to go deeper than any other in the world, giving China access to 99.8 percent of the ocean floor.

Technically, it is a submersible. These craft differ from submarines in their small size, their need for a mother ship on the surface, and their ability to dive extraordinarily far despite the darkness and the crushing pressures. The world has only a few.

Jiaolong is meant to go as deep as 7,000 meters, or 4.35 miles, edging out the current global leader. Japan’s Shinkai 6500 can go as deep as 6,500 meters, outperforming craft “all over the world,” according to its makers. Russia, France and the United States lag further behind in the game of going deep.

American experts familiar with the Chinese undersea program say it is unusual in that Beijing has little experience in the daunting field. As a result, China is moving cautiously. Jiaolong’s sea trials began quietly last year and are to continue until 2012, its dives going deeper in increments.

“They’re being very cautious,” Dr. Walsh said. “They respect what they don’t know and are working hard to learn.”

In an interview, Dr. Walsh said that the Chinese were especially interested in avoiding the embarrassment of a disaster that ends with the aquanauts’ entrapment or death. “If I’m the new kid on the block,” he said, “I’m going to make sure that I’ve got bragging rights.”

Still, China is already waving flags. The move resembles how Russian scientists, in the summer of 2007, plunged through the ice pack at the North Pole and planted their flag on the bottom of the ocean. Upon surfacing, the explorers declared that the feat had strengthened Moscow’s claims to nearly half the Arctic seabed.

Wang Weizhong, a Chinese vice minister of science and technology, said that the Jiaolong’s sea trials “marked a milestone” for China and global exploration. The recent successes of the craft, he said in late August at a news conference in Beijing, “laid a solid foundation for its practical application in resource surveys and scientific research.”

But at least one senior Chinese expert questioned what he called “the current propaganda.” The expert, Weicheng Cui, a professor at the China Ship Scientific Research Center, which is building the submersible, said Thursday in an e-mail that the craft’s sea trials had steered clear of contested islands “to avoid any diplomatic issues.”
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It's not big deal those depths. We designed/developed/tested those kind of submersibles back in 80's. As soviets made aqusition order for submarsibles from us. Luckily for us western "partners" arrogantly thought that we couldn't accomplish that kind of feat and so they gave us OK to take that order in. Well rest is history, but only grievance is that after initial run they got pressure on so no furher official dealings anymore:( Well those "partners" tried to pressure/spy/bribe those methods out, but they still haven't got all those tricks:)

Here's bit of official history: [link to www.wtec.org]

Well they are back and now Nasa is here buggering again offically studying how raindrops behave in misty rains...

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It's not big deal those depths. We designed/developed/tested those kind of submersibles back in 80's. As soviets made aqusition order for submarsibles from us. Luckily for us western "partners" arrogantly thought that we couldn't accomplish that kind of feat and so they gave us OK to take that order in. Well rest is history, but only grievance is that after initial run they got pressure on so no furher official dealings anymore:( Well those "partners" tried to pressure/spy/bribe those methods out, but they still haven't got all those tricks:)

Here's bit of official history: [link to www.wtec.org]

Well they are back and now Nasa is here buggering again offically studying how raindrops behave in misty rains...

[link to yle.fi]
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People commenting on the NASA story believe that Finland's clouds are being seeded with Aluminium because it will significantly reduce seed germination and that there is a GM patent on Aluminium-proof germinating seeds.

Another comment is that NASA is there to spy out Finland's secret hiding places in the rocks with the finely tuned satellite and to map the cities.

Did I miss something in the translation?
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I realize it is TGIF in the states, and people are busy, but the BP shills left after Woodie's post.

Do you reckon the shills just figured out that they don't have a ticket to ride?
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So that's why we got the "44" news article telling that the Americans had 500 workers in Antarctica.

Thanks for posting Woodie. This is going to give Nexus something to think about.
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Would you be so kind as to either repost the quote you are referring to or to link it. I have read all 608 pages, but I do not recognize this reference. Thank you.

Edit for wrong # of pages

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Well you missed some things that native people can read between lines in that second part. They had very old datasets, so someone got some jaw dropping moment when they understood what we have known and done since cold feelings were on between east and west.
Well I give few tips: [link to www.fses.fi]

Well gotta get some sleep before horizon get brighter... hope those links help this thread.
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I realize it is TGIF in the states, and people are busy, but the BP shills left after Woodie's post.

Do you reckon the shills just figured out that they don't have a ticket to ride?
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+1

They are on the same roller-coaster. Experience suggests that other trolls have dropped out, literally spooked. No pun intended!
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So that's why we got the "44" news article telling that the Americans had 500 workers in Antarctica.

Thanks for posting Woodie. This is going to give Nexus something to think about.


Would you be so kind as to either repost the quote you are referring to or to link it. I have read all 608 pages, but I do not recognize this reference. Thank you.

Edit for wrong # of pages
 Quoting: Pondering Mightily



This was a linked article on the thread a couple days ago about an American airlifted from McMurdo to ChristChurch for medical attention. The article was "updated" and no longer shows the original figures.

Later this evening, I'll take a quick look and if I find it will bump it up. Please post if you find it first. There were several posts commenting on that link.

Please take my comments 'with a grain of salt.' Some of us tend to read numbers in msm articles as messages to and from, or between power factions. My take on the meaning may not be significant, but there are other pieces that fall in place to support the meaning I give to the article. Woodie's comment is very timely.
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I realize it is TGIF in the states, and people are busy, but the BP shills left after Woodie's post.

Do you reckon the shills just figured out that they don't have a ticket to ride?


+1

They are on the same roller-coaster. Experience suggests that other trolls have dropped out, literally spooked. No pun intended!
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The squeaky wheel gets the most grease...

Maybe they flew in, bitch a little about the lame thread, get their code and leave...

What better way to distract than to bitch about the validity of the thread the code is coming on...

just sayin'...

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So that's why we got the "44" news article telling that the Americans had 500 workers in Antarctica.

Thanks for posting Woodie. This is going to give Nexus something to think about.


Would you be so kind as to either repost the quote you are referring to or to link it. I have read all 608 pages, but I do not recognize this reference. Thank you.

Edit for wrong # of pages
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Is this it?
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Been 3 hours or more catching UP. lots of Posting glad to have fair eye Sight today. Marine traffic Must be slow for Certain. whos fishing 1 On 1 anyway. Jellyfish Pocket Levels Surely being Tied At the lures Not without wieght and scented bait srayed Directly on it and Best to clean the spool before You cast. land mass relocation tetonic aggravation siesmic action for austrialasia fault grids. why the hell is it needed for cultivation if algea will be the primary food source ? europe on the move in winter to avoid extended freeze where ? is it antarctica for new semi tropic getaways ? fish its whats for dinner.
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When I lived in Russia, Stalin was still regarded as great hero. He took all the capitalists like the ones in pharma companies, and shot them. Simple solution. Maybe something like that is needed in USA.


[I keep talking like this I going to get deported ]
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Hans, Hans, Hans. Let's plug them like the early American knocked of the royality wannbes. I would plug Stalin and any supporter of his in a heart beat.
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Rupert Murdock is a capitalist pig. Australia makes them too. he would use any flag off convenience for wealth and power.

We wouldn't want any "capitalist pigs." Communist pigs would be so much more enlightened.


yup, and we can throw in a few christian fundermentalist pigs,corporate polluting pigs,acouple of bush pigs(babi butan) and a scumbag in a pear tree.lol gwdance
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Come on over and try commie.
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(((HUGS))))
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Says Stalin's pal.
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Been 3 hours or more catching UP. lots of Posting glad to have fair eye Sight today. Marine traffic Must be slow for Certain. whos fishing 1 On 1 anyway. Jellyfish Pocket Levels Surely being Tied At the lures Not without wieght and scented bait srayed Directly on it and Best to clean the spool before You cast. land mass relocation tetonic aggravation siesmic action for austrialasia fault grids. why the hell is it needed for cultivation if algea will be the primary food source ? europe on the move in winter to avoid extended freeze where ? is it antarctica for new semi tropic getaways ? fish its whats for dinner.



So that's why we got the "44" news article telling that the Americans had 500 workers in Antarctica.

Thanks for posting Woodie. This is going to give Nexus something to think about.
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Sure is lots to think about.

B3 UP PSMM C101

JPL STANDBY

plus lots of layered information.

I'm on a deadline right now, so I may not be very active for a day or two - but I'll be lurking ... can't help myself ...
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(Aldous Huxley)


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