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Morphing bacteria = pandemic? Thread: Oil-eating microbes impacting human? Toxicologist Dr. Riki Ott's report. Bacteria morphing = Deadly Pandemic Possibility


If it morphs with this....

Drug-resistant 'superbugs' hit 35 states, spread worldwide

[link to www.usatoday.com]



Silver is supposed to kill 99% of all virus and bacteria, I wonder how it reacts with all of these weird new bugs?

The price of silver has steadily increased as the strains of bugs have gotten worse, any correlation?

edit for spelling.


Posted this before, but it's worth a repeat, because this will get your body into an alkaline pH faster than anything else on the planet, even works on Morgellons (which has a nano factor). It is reasonably priced. It was developed to take down MRSA, the super bug that does not respond to the strongest antibiotics. An alkaline pH is the best shield for disease in general, because it is a hostile environment for disease.

[link to mrsa30day.com]


Would making ozone water do the same thing?
 Quoting: bevvy



A cheap and natural remedy for PH balance, virus, bacteria, fugus, parasites...

Apple Cider vinegar (Braggs organic with the mother is the BEST)

Mix equal parts vinegar and honey ie. 1 cup vinegar-1 cup honey (organic is always best)

Mix and store in frig.

Take 1-2 Tbsp once or twice a day unless you are coming down with something...then 5-6 Tbsp a day!

This really works! Excellent PH regulator and anti virus, bacteria, fugus, parasites!!
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Morphing bacteria = pandemic? Thread: Oil-eating microbes impacting human? Toxicologist Dr. Riki Ott's report. Bacteria morphing = Deadly Pandemic Possibility


If it morphs with this....

Drug-resistant 'superbugs' hit 35 states, spread worldwide

[link to www.usatoday.com]



Silver is supposed to kill 99% of all virus and bacteria, I wonder how it reacts with all of these weird new bugs?

The price of silver has steadily increased as the strains of bugs have gotten worse, any correlation?

edit for spelling.


Posted this before, but it's worth a repeat, because this will get your body into an alkaline pH faster than anything else on the planet, even works on Morgellons (which has a nano factor). It is reasonably priced. It was developed to take down MRSA, the super bug that does not respond to the strongest antibiotics. An alkaline pH is the best shield for disease in general, because it is a hostile environment for disease.

[link to mrsa30day.com]


Would making ozone water do the same thing?



A cheap and natural remedy for PH balance, virus, bacteria, fugus, parasites...

Apple Cider vinegar (Braggs organic with the mother is the BEST)

Mix equal parts vinegar and honey ie. 1 cup vinegar-1 cup honey (organic is always best)

Mix and store in frig.

Take 1-2 Tbsp once or twice a day unless you are coming down with something...then 5-6 Tbsp a day!

This really works! Excellent PH regulator and anti virus, bacteria, fugus, parasites!!
 Quoting: fairflight 1071336

braggs is next best to homemade...and for winter, I like to ramp up the cider/honey by using Fire Cider..easy to make and works wonders
[link to www.herbalremediesinfo.com]

I think a lot of the superbugs are due to overuse/misuse/patient noncompliance too. There may be engineering going on, but we as a species are doing a pretty good job creating them through sheer carelessness as well.
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You might want to go over to YouTube and check out what they are looking at on the gulf floor, it's not oil
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Link Please!

Tentdwellers does not give me a clue as to what you are referring to, unless you mean the Jetting Hydrates, or the cracks in the sea floor at the well head.
Tio
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You might want to go over to YouTube and check out what they are looking at on the gulf floor, it's not oil



Link Please!

Tentdwellers does not give me a clue as to what you are referring to, unless you mean the Jetting Hydrates, or the cracks in the sea floor at the well head.
 Quoting: tiomio



Sorry (konks head) YouTube not BP feeds...lol

I don't know what vid on u2b they were talking about...

sorry

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They are however coming up with some new bacteria strains that turn oil into a substance that requires very little refining and does not have some of the draw back of growing algae.
 Quoting: rken 1104237


There is more info that was removed from the thread earlier: [link to www.megaupload.com]

(post connecting the dots concerning the algae farm that has been planned for the gulf and elsewhere. The post had been removed due to links. Some of the links in the first part do not work but the others have been fixed)
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You might want to go over to YouTube and check out what they are looking at on the gulf floor, it's not oil



Link Please!

Tentdwellers does not give me a clue as to what you are referring to, unless you mean the Jetting Hydrates, or the cracks in the sea floor at the well head.
 Quoting: tiomio


I found this on BeePee's site:

WARNING! - Could Be Upsetting To Sensitive Viewers!

This must be the one! To quote BeePee: "What is that?"
Tio
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Why is there a silly thought in a subprocessor of my mind that keeps saying 'insect mentalty"?

Does it strike anyone else that the organism acts sort of like a insect colony?

I was just reminded of it when I saw a vid from the BP GUY and he mentioned the word "nest" in relation to the bug.

Maybe bug is not so far off.


Edit to add "" on word next
 Quoting: Housedad


Hive mentality was also mentioned several times in different places. Yes, seems our friend has a very strong morphogenic field.
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You might want to go over to YouTube and check out what they are looking at on the gulf floor, it's not oil



Link Please!

Tentdwellers does not give me a clue as to what you are referring to, unless you mean the Jetting Hydrates, or the cracks in the sea floor at the well head.
 Quoting: tiomio

Here is something from Arianna: [link to www.youtube.com] I don't know if it is what was mentioned.
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Interesting breaking news!!!!
Interesting timing...and being pushed through!


BREAKING: US House puts oceans, coasts under UN: Senate vote will seal the deal



[link to canadafreepress.com]


[link to www.boogai.net]
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You might want to go over to YouTube and check out what they are looking at on the gulf floor, it's not oil



Link Please!

Tentdwellers does not give me a clue as to what you are referring to, unless you mean the Jetting Hydrates, or the cracks in the sea floor at the well head.

Here is something from Arianna: [link to www.youtube.com] I don't know if it is what was mentioned.
 Quoting: Hans The Magnificent


Morning all-

Thxs Hans- good vid.
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Poor BeePee guy sounds like a helluva stoner in the finest Cheech and Chong tradition, but he is probably just intensely sleep-deprived watching those cams. I think he does need a deeply trusted oilman of the rank of driller or derrickman to keep him dead straight on what is normal and what isn't, and perhaps identify commonplace devices that they use every day. Don't think BeePee guy is an oilman himself, though I may be wrong.

I have two bookmark folders called "sci" for science and "ufo" for woo-woo. This thread has contributed massively to both and at times I think they converge. Big thanks to all contributors.
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Interesting breaking news!!!!
Interesting timing...and being pushed through!


BREAKING: US House puts oceans, coasts under UN: Senate vote will seal the deal



[link to canadafreepress.com]


[link to www.boogai.net]
 Quoting: fairflight 1071336

great find
this is the bureaucratic mechanism in this mess

"The House passed the CLEAR Act (HR 3534) 209-193, July 30, 2010. This bill was originally introduced July 8, 2009, but was resurrected by the recent Deep Water Horizon oil spill crisis."

do you think its connected?
lol
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Interesting breaking news!!!!
Interesting timing...and being pushed through!


BREAKING: US House puts oceans, coasts under UN: Senate vote will seal the deal



[link to canadafreepress.com]


[link to www.boogai.net]

great find
this is the bureaucratic mechanism in this mess

"The House passed the CLEAR Act (HR 3534) 209-193, July 30, 2010. This bill was originally introduced July 8, 2009, but was resurrected by the recent Deep Water Horizon oil spill crisis."

do you think its connected?
lol
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Sounds like US wants to give the whole mess to the UN and let them worry about it.
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Interesting breaking news!!!!
Interesting timing...and being pushed through!


BREAKING: US House puts oceans, coasts under UN: Senate vote will seal the deal



[link to canadafreepress.com]


[link to www.boogai.net]

great find
this is the bureaucratic mechanism in this mess

"The House passed the CLEAR Act (HR 3534) 209-193, July 30, 2010. This bill was originally introduced July 8, 2009, but was resurrected by the recent Deep Water Horizon oil spill crisis."

do you think its connected?
lol
Sounds like US wants to give the whole mess to the UN and let them worry about it.
 Quoting: Hans The Magnificent



Possibly...but maybe TPTB want sole control to keep individual countries out and away while they use this for their dirty work.

There are good souls and bleeding hearts in command positions in individual nations...this keeps them out and the wicked powers in complete control....
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Weather Modification Electromagnetic Grid Systems in the Gulf of Mexico

by Michael Edward
<snip>
The East Coast cable power plant is in Nova Scotia; the West Coast power plant is at Cape Hook; the Gulf of Mexico power plants are in Buena Vista (Florida) and outside of Corpus Cristi, Texas; and the two Caribbean power plants are on the islands of Hispaniola and Puerto Rico.

The following map shows the courses of all Atlantic tropical depressions, storms, and hurricanes for 2010 up to and including September 9.

Image
Map Source: [link to www.wunderground.com]

Note how the East Coast grid, along with the Jacksonville to Puerto Rico grid, have steered Atlantic storms away from land where those grids are positioned. Hurricane Earl made landfall just outside of the grid termination point northeast of the Bay of Fundy (Nova Scotia).





could you please let me know where u found the information that Nova Scotia has a nuclear power plant? I live here and i never heard of one. I know there is one in NewBrunswick, right next to us, but i doubt there is one here in NS.
 Quoting: madmanNS 1105422

This is the artical that a snip was posted from but I read through it twice and I failed to find anything about a nuclear power plant. What did I miss?

[link to worldvisionportal.org]
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snip-
Sounds like US wants to give the whole mess to the UN and let them worry about it.
 Quoting: Hans The Magnificent

i dont think hans
i 'believe' the bill was introduced ahead of the event in full knowledge

notice they passed it after the second, 'foiled' by chop shui, platform incident ;)

its the same all over the world
un biosphere reserves

talked about for many years now

here is an example from 2005

[link to www.renewamerica.com]
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Interesting breaking news!!!!
Interesting timing...and being pushed through!


BREAKING: US House puts oceans, coasts under UN: Senate vote will seal the deal

[link to canadafreepress.com]

[link to www.boogai.net]
 Quoting: fairflight 1071336


In 2010...Does anybody else find a pattern with seemingly hastened speed emerging over splitting and controlling the ocean all over the world as of late? It's been ongoing for some time...yet lately it seems as if there's something pressing going on for countries to cooperate with each other? makes one wonder...any connection to our Augie?

Many countries seeking Arctic access
Although Arctic issues and those of the Arctic Ocean have only been discussed by the few littoral nations until now, it appears that the region will soon be reorganized on a grand scale.
... "We need all hands on deck because there is a huge amount to do, and not much time to do it," Clinton said.

[link to en.rian.ru]

Falkland Islands oil drilling begins
Drilling for oil off the coast of the Falklands Islands began today after months of building diplomatic tensions between Britain and Argentina over rights to the islands and any natural resources that can be extracted from surrounding waters.
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China enhances law enforcement in relevant waters
(Xinhua)
Updated: 2010-09-17 17:17

BEIJING - China has sent marine surveillance ships to enhance law enforcement activities in relevant Chinese waters to safeguard its marine rights and interests, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu said here Friday.

Jiang made the comment when asked to confirm whether China's marine surveillance ships have recently demanded Japan stop marine surveying activities in relevant waters and China's fishery administration ships have enhanced law enforcement activities in those areas.
[link to www.chinadaily.com.cn]

Delhi concerned at China’s ‘interest’ in Indian Ocean (01-09-10)
Écrit par Agence France Presse
Mercredi, 01 Septembre 2010 00:00
NEW DELHI: India on Tuesday said China was demonstrating "more than normal interest" in the Indian Ocean as two Chinese warships made a rare visit to military-ruled Myanmar.
India is watchful of China's growing presence in the region, including its major investments in ports being built in Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

The Chinese ships docked in Yangon on Sunday afternoon and were set to launch a series of exchanges with Myanmar's navy, Xinhua news agency reported.

"India has come to realise that China has been showing more than the normal interest in the Indian Ocean affairs. So we are closely monitoring the Chinese intentions," Foreign Minister S.M. Krishna told parliament.
[link to chauprade.com]

and many more...
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Weather Modification Electromagnetic Grid Systems in the Gulf of Mexico

by Michael Edward
<snip>
The East Coast cable power plant is in Nova Scotia; the West Coast power plant is at Cape Hook; the Gulf of Mexico power plants are in Buena Vista (Florida) and outside of Corpus Cristi, Texas; and the two Caribbean power plants are on the islands of Hispaniola and Puerto Rico.

The following map shows the courses of all Atlantic tropical depressions, storms, and hurricanes for 2010 up to and including September 9.

Image
Map Source: [link to www.wunderground.com]

Note how the East Coast grid, along with the Jacksonville to Puerto Rico grid, have steered Atlantic storms away from land where those grids are positioned. Hurricane Earl made landfall just outside of the grid termination point northeast of the Bay of Fundy (Nova Scotia).





could you please let me know where u found the information that Nova Scotia has a nuclear power plant? I live here and i never heard of one. I know there is one in NewBrunswick, right next to us, but i doubt there is one here in NS.

This is the artical that a snip was posted from but I read through it twice and I failed to find anything about a nuclear power plant. What did I miss?

[link to worldvisionportal.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1105737


Here is an article about Nova Scotia nuclear power plant and the East Coast cables.

[link to worldvisionportal.org]

also..

[link to beforeitsnews.com]
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Weather Modification Electromagnetic Grid Systems in the Gulf of Mexico

by Michael Edward
<snip>
The East Coast cable power plant is in Nova Scotia; the West Coast power plant is at Cape Hook; the Gulf of Mexico power plants are in Buena Vista (Florida) and outside of Corpus Cristi, Texas; and the two Caribbean power plants are on the islands of Hispaniola and Puerto Rico.

The following map shows the courses of all Atlantic tropical depressions, storms, and hurricanes for 2010 up to and including September 9.

Image
Map Source: [link to www.wunderground.com]

Note how the East Coast grid, along with the Jacksonville to Puerto Rico grid, have steered Atlantic storms away from land where those grids are positioned. Hurricane Earl made landfall just outside of the grid termination point northeast of the Bay of Fundy (Nova Scotia).





could you please let me know where u found the information that Nova Scotia has a nuclear power plant? I live here and i never heard of one. I know there is one in NewBrunswick, right next to us, but i doubt there is one here in NS.

This is the artical that a snip was posted from but I read through it twice and I failed to find anything about a nuclear power plant. What did I miss?

[link to worldvisionportal.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1105737



This is the sentence in the world vision article:

"The East Coast cable runs from the tip of a peninsula at the northeast end of the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia, southward to a point near Jacksonville, Florida."

6th paragraph.
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China enhances law enforcement in relevant waters
(Xinhua)
Updated: 2010-09-17 17:17

BEIJING - China has sent marine surveillance ships to enhance law enforcement activities in relevant Chinese waters to safeguard its marine rights and interests, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu said here Friday.

Jiang made the comment when asked to confirm whether China's marine surveillance ships have recently demanded Japan stop marine surveying activities in relevant waters and China's fishery administration ships have enhanced law enforcement activities in those areas.
[link to www.chinadaily.com.cn]

Delhi concerned at China’s ‘interest’ in Indian Ocean (01-09-10)
Écrit par Agence France Presse
Mercredi, 01 Septembre 2010 00:00
NEW DELHI: India on Tuesday said China was demonstrating "more than normal interest" in the Indian Ocean as two Chinese warships made a rare visit to military-ruled Myanmar.
India is watchful of China's growing presence in the region, including its major investments in ports being built in Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

The Chinese ships docked in Yangon on Sunday afternoon and were set to launch a series of exchanges with Myanmar's navy, Xinhua news agency reported.

"India has come to realise that China has been showing more than the normal interest in the Indian Ocean affairs. So we are closely monitoring the Chinese intentions," Foreign Minister S.M. Krishna told parliament.
[link to chauprade.com]

and many more...
 Quoting: 1221 1093619

keep a close eye on this theater

this month ;)
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And as of September 15th...here's where the USN is:
SECOND FLEET
The Second Fleet is responsible in peacetime for training the Atlantic battle fleet in war-fighting skills, developing and evaluating new naval tactics and maintaining theater battle group readiness. Second Fleet operates primarily in the Atlantic Ocean from the North Pole to the South Pole and from the shores of the United States to the west coast of Europe. It also operates along both coasts of South America and part of the west coast of Central America.
Amphibious Ready Groups[ARG]/Marine Expeditionary Units[MEU]
The USS Nassau [ARG] is under way conducting operations in the Atlantic Ocean [2nd fleet?].

THIRD FLEET
The main task of the Third Fleet is to patrol and to control the waters of the central and eastern Pacific. In peacetime the Third Fleet has no ARG and the carriers in the area are on their way to the Seventh Fleet or conduct training cruises after an overhaul for example.
Carrier Strike Groups (CSG)
The USS Nimitz is conducting blue water operations in the U.S. 3rd Fleet AOR.

The USS Ronald Reagan [CSG] is under way conducting operations in the Pacific Ocean [3rd fleet?].

4TH FLEET
On 24 April 2008 Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead announced the reestablishment of U.S. 4th Fleet and assigned Rear Adm. Joseph D. Kernan as its first commander. The 4th Fleet is responsible for U.S. Navy ships, aircraft and submarines operating in the U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) area of focus, which encompasses the Caribbean, and Central and South America and the surrounding waters. Its mission is to direct U.S. naval forces operating in the Caribbean, Central and South American regions and interact with partner nation navies within the maritime environment. Various operations include counter-illicit trafficking, Theater Security Cooperation, military-to-military interaction and bilateral and multinational training.
Amphibious Ready Groups[ARG]/Marine Expeditionary Units[MEU]
The USS Iwo Jima is in Bluefields, Nicaragua, as part of Continuing Promise 2010, an annual humanitarian civic assistance mission.[4th fleet?]

FIFTH FLEET
Fifth Fleet maintains a visible and powerful force to counter and deter threats to the Arabian [Persian] Gulf area. The Commander, US Naval Forces Central Command is the naval component commander for US Central Command responsible for combat operations in the Middle East.
Carrier Strike Groups (CSG)
The USS Harry S. Truman CSG with CVW 3 embarked is on a scheduled deployment supporting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility (AOR).
The USS Abraham Lincoln CSG with CVW 2 embarked departed from its home port on Sept. 7 for a routine deployment to the 7th and 5th fleet AORs.

Amphibious Ready Groups[ARG]/Marine Expeditionary Units[MEU]
The USS Peleliu ARG with the 15th MEU embarked is under way supporting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation operations in the 5th Fleet AOR. The USS Peleliu (LHA 5) is lending support to humanitarian operations in Pakistan.
The USS Dubuque (LPD 8) is in the Gulf of Aden [5th fleet], where it took part along with embarked elements of the 15th MEU in a successful action on Sept. 9 to retake a German-owned container ship, the Magellan Star, which had been captured by pirates.
The other vessel in the ARG, the USS Pearl Harbor (LSD 52) is in the Persian Gulf [5th fleet] supporting maritime security operations.
The USS Kearsarge ARG with the 26th MEU embarked is en route to the 5th Fleet AOR to bring significant heavy- and medium-lift aircraft and other assets in support of flood relief efforts in Pakistan. After the humanitarian mission to Pakistan is complete, the Kearsarge ARG will continue with its original mission in the 5th and 6th fleet AORs to support maritime security operations.

SIXTH FLEET
Sixth Fleet, headquarterd on its command ship USS MOUNT WHITNEY (LCC 20), consists of approximately 40 ships, 175 aircraft and 21,000 people. The Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean is the major operational component of Naval Forces Europe. The principal striking power of the Sixth Fleet resides in its aircraft carriers and the modern jet aircraft, its submarines, and its reinforced battalion of US Marines on board amphibious ships deployed in the Mediterranean.

SEVENTH FLEET
Seventh Fleet, established 19 February 1943 from Southwest Pacific Force, is the largest of the forward-deployed U.S. fleets, with 50-60 ships, 350 aircraft and 60,000 Navy and Marine Corps personnel. Operating in the Western Pacific, Indian Ocean and Arabian Gulf
Carrier Strike Groups (CSG)
The USS George Washington CSG with CVW 5 embarked is currently on its summer patrol in the Philippine Sea. [7th fleet?]
Amphibious Ready Groups[ARG]/Marine Expeditionary Units[MEU]
The USS Essex ARG with the 31st MEU embarked is participating in the Valiant Shield exercise Sept. 12-21 in the western Pacific [7th fleet?].

UNLISTED FLEET ASSIGNMENT
The USS Bataan is under way conducting portions of a basic-training phase, including an aviation certification that will allow the ship to land and recover aircraft.

Stratfor.com cross-referenced with [link to www.navysite.de]
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Very useful. Keeo an eye on 21, 23 and 33 degrees latitude, presumably both north and south. This includes the GoM, Arabian Sea, Taiwan btw.
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Hurricanes Could Carry Toxins As Far As New England

[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]

Is the MSM coming out of the closet?


Here's hoping this article has some validity...(interesting re: cables also)

Weather Modification Electromagnetic Grid Systems in the Gulf of Mexico

On the premiere broadcast of WVP Radio on August 21, 2010, I had made the comment that all the storms and hurricanes were being steered clear of the Gulf of Mexico so as not to disturb the lakes of oil growing in volume each day in the northern Gulf near the BP well sites.
 Quoting: 1221 1093619

This observation is probably waaaaaay more on target than mine. I was actually wondering if they were steering it out of the GOM to protect the people/environment from more oil damage. I'm sorry, I just wasn't thinking; what came over me?
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Very useful. Keeo an eye on 21, 23 and 33 degrees latitude, presumably both north and south. This includes the GoM, Arabian Sea, Taiwan btw.
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Are you the AC that posted a ways back about Royal Navy and keeping an eye on?
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09/21/2010 04:45 PM
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
Very useful. Keeo an eye on 21, 23 and 33 degrees latitude, presumably both north and south. This includes the GoM, Arabian Sea, Taiwan btw.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Hurricanes Could Carry Toxins As Far As New England

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Is the MSM coming out of the closet?


Here's hoping this article has some validity...(interesting re: cables also)

Weather Modification Electromagnetic Grid Systems in the Gulf of Mexico

On the premiere broadcast of WVP Radio on August 21, 2010, I had made the comment that all the storms and hurricanes were being steered clear of the Gulf of Mexico so as not to disturb the lakes of oil growing in volume each day in the northern Gulf near the BP well sites.

This observation is probably waaaaaay more on target than mine. I was actually wondering if they were steering it out of the GOM to protect the people/environment from more oil damage. I'm sorry, I just wasn't thinking; what came over me?
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Don't be so hard on yourself...the GOM may, as others have noted, gotten SO out of hand and beyond what TBTB thought...as they say...it's all in the timing. Guess we'll see after hurricane season is over.
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Very useful. Keeo an eye on 21, 23 and 33 degrees latitude, presumably both north and south. This includes the GoM, Arabian Sea, Taiwan btw.



[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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NICE ADD! Thx Dhlos...THAT makes it a bit easier :)
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breezy

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09/21/2010 04:57 PM
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
I had a friend once...who told me...that the UN is supposed to be the entity that rules the entire world eventually...that everything and everyone will come under UN dictate...I'd like to know by what right does the US House/Senate, vote to put the Coasts and Oceans and most likely in small print...our fresh water supplies....under UN rule?...?????
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09/21/2010 05:00 PM
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
Very useful. Keeo an eye on 21, 23 and 33 degrees latitude, presumably both north and south. This includes the GoM, Arabian Sea, Taiwan btw.


Are you the AC that posted a ways back about Royal Navy and keeping an eye on?
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Yup, that was me. Wish the RN site was a bit more up to date.
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09/21/2010 05:02 PM
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
OT....but I just want to mention here, that on Thursday night the History channel is going to have a program on our sun and what's up...some might be interested..??