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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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Weather Modification Electromagnetic Grid Systems in the Gulf of Mexico

by Michael Edward
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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.

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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]
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sorry, but u should read it again

<snip
Each of these five massive cables is powered by separate underground nuclear power systems. 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.>Snip
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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


No Housedad you are not the only one ...lol...

The Hyve-mentality ... working as a whole ... collective awareness and collective intelligence.
Interlinked.
 Quoting: Krispy71



Have any of you read read ORSON SCOTT CARD'S book ENDER'S GAME??????


It deals with a cosmic fight against the "Buggers" who had a hive mind.

Oddly enough, on of his other SERIES of books, The ALVIN MAKER series

dealt with LIVING GOLD.
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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]



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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then read again and read the 9th paragraph the 3rd time....
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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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YIKES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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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]




YIKES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 Quoting: Pondering Mightily



I know. tomato But the more I am learning (thanks to this incredible thread) the less afraid I have become.
It is more like actually living in the greatest mystery/action novel of all time. popcorn

We are as prepared as can be so now it is watching/staying on top of the unfolding!!

(and they thought they were being sooo sneaky) ((can't fool the minds and souls on this thread))
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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]




YIKES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



I know. tomato But the more I am learning (thanks to this incredible thread) the less afraid I have become.
It is more like actually living in the greatest mystery/action novel of all time. popcorn

We are as prepared as can be so now it is watching/staying on top of the unfolding!!

(and they thought they were being sooo sneaky) ((can't fool the minds and souls on this thread))
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This was me...it keeps logging me out??
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Good afternoon TutuWuwu...does adding the honey or maple syrup (sugar=acidifying) to the ACV negate or diminish the alkalizing effect?



The alkalinity of apple cider vinegar can correct excess acidity in our system and help prevent and fight infection. Honey added to the vinegar naturally makes the mixture more drinkable for people. And the good news is that unprocessed raw honey has been classfified as an alkaline-forming food. (Processed honey is only little acidifying and artifical sweetener is very acidifying). When you first drink the apple cider vinegar formula, it might taste horrible to you, but as your body becomes less acidic and more alkaline, it would begin to taste good.

The health benefits of the apple cider vinegar and honey drink are widely known. This recipe has traditionally been used as an at-home self remedy for many ailments, and even an anti-aging elixir. Many people have smartly made use of its cleansing and disinfecting properties to self-detoxify their body. It is seen as a powerful cleansing agent and healing elixir with naturally occurring antibiotic and antiseptic that fights germs and bacteria. So, how does this vinegar and honey remedy actually work? A person's bloodstream tends toward becoming acidic with our modern diet of fats, starches and processed foods, (e.g fast foods, meats, peanuts, seafoods, alcohol and coffee)and if your body is acidic, disease can flourish; if it is alkaline, it is in balance and can fight off germs and ailments such as bladder and kidney conditions, osteoporosis, brittle bones, joint pains, aching muscles, low energy and chronic fatigue, and slow digestion.

Read in full here:

[link to www.caring-your-healthy.com]
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Thanks FairFlight. I too am a huge fan of ACV...like mine straight tho, it already has a sweetish taste to me. BUT thx for the unprocessed raw honey info...that I didn't know. I will pass along to a friend who prefers her ACV sweetened.
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Wait a minute....

On July 4th, the OP stated:

"...the gold which they thought was stable 197 stays like thats only for a few hours, then THE GOLD KEEPS ON MORPHING INTO SOMETHING ELSE becuase its living and they cant stop it."

So, the organism finally gets it's water. It has a lot of H2S around it, making the water acidic, making a decent environment for it.

But! Now that it has the Water, It can crack it and get the Oxygen out. Then use the Oxygen and the oil compounds to make more energy AND other waste products. Waste products it could use. Like forming tubes, for instance.

Of course, the Pyrite that it has on and in it would now be the fuel to use with the H2O. The Pyrite would dissapear as it is consumed, and Iron sulfate probably in the form of FeSO4·7H2O, and H2SO4 (sulfuric acid)would be created.

So, the organism would be gold colored when first seen, then it would morph the gold inot something else! Now, it would be a blackish material with not gold streaks and highlights, but have blue-green streaks and highlights. If the critter can further metabolize it, the waste products could go all the way to maroon and red as iron oxides. This would be at the end of it's ability to metabolize the food around it.


Bada Bing. I think I found the mechanisms of it's metabolism.
 Quoting: Housedad



After the April 20th blow out, the first pics and vids of waves on the Gulf beaches showed the water to be yellow. I know the beaches and have never seen yellow-colored water, always a blue-green unless a storm kicks up sands and it gets a little gray looking.
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Wait a minute....

On July 4th, the OP stated:

"...the gold which they thought was stable 197 stays like thats only for a few hours, then THE GOLD KEEPS ON MORPHING INTO SOMETHING ELSE becuase its living and they cant stop it."

So, the organism finally gets it's water. It has a lot of H2S around it, making the water acidic, making a decent environment for it.

But! Now that it has the Water, It can crack it and get the Oxygen out. Then use the Oxygen and the oil compounds to make more energy AND other waste products. Waste products it could use. Like forming tubes, for instance.

Of course, the Pyrite that it has on and in it would now be the fuel to use with the H2O. The Pyrite would dissapear as it is consumed, and Iron sulfate probably in the form of FeSO4·7H2O, and H2SO4 (sulfuric acid)would be created.

So, the organism would be gold colored when first seen, then it would morph the gold inot something else! Now, it would be a blackish material with not gold streaks and highlights, but have blue-green streaks and highlights. If the critter can further metabolize it, the waste products could go all the way to maroon and red as iron oxides. This would be at the end of it's ability to metabolize the food around it.


Bada Bing. I think I found the mechanisms of it's metabolism.



After the April 20th blow out, the first pics and vids of waves on the Gulf beaches showed the water to be yellow. I know the beaches and have never seen yellow-colored water, always a blue-green unless a storm kicks up sands and it gets a little gray looking.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 652750



Methane gas can cause the water (sea water) to apperar yellow. That is what I believe the color was/is from.

"Although gas hydrates contain hydrocarbons that are colorless, not all of them are white like snow. Some hydrates from the deep Gulf of Mexico are richly colored in shades of yellow, orange, or even red. The ice-like masses are beautiful, and contrast with the dull gray of deep sea muds. Hydrates from the Blake-Bahamas Plateau in the Atlantic Ocean can be gray or blue. Scientists would like to explain why hydrates show these colors, but so far there is little agreement on reasons. A number of different factors, including oil, bacteria, and minerals, are probably at play in producing the rainbow hydrates."

[link to ocean.tamu.edu]
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Very cool to Open and see You krispy hope All is Good and Everything is much better Really good 2 see you. Everyone here has great Views and Entertaining ones Nicely put To paper I like Seeing all the brilliant minds at work Reminds me Of a great Movie that never Ends. makes you Think How many give all of this Information and Stories I think it is Super cool On all levels in My opinion End to end Good job to All of you. .. incoming rubble in space is not barney and is visually distorted from sight. enormous traffic coming just puzzling to say the least. popcorn insted of fishing.. . Jellyfish Pocket Level in the tackle box STill Always Needing batteries Doesnt work at its Best without them dont You think. popcorn its whats for dinner.


hmmm

VOYAGER 2. EVENT IS ROME. THIS IS OMEGA. JPL STAND BY.



Rome Events:

[link to www.fao.org]



I also found this:

And since Jesuit astronomers work at Mt. Graham on all the telescopes, I deducted by scientific reasoning using their diabolical past as a guideline, they were behind the naming of the telescope or telescope lens, Lucifer.

Furthermore, since the Jesuits of the 4th Vow worship Lucifer, it makes perfect sense.

Case closed.

The Jesuits and the Vatican named the darn thing Lucifer and if they didn’t someone please sue me so I can finally use truth as a perfect defense against, as Tupper Saucy said, The Rulers of Evil.



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rockon


You know, of course, 'cause you read Greg, that the Jesuits are a military order.
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Hi Breezy, if you are still with us, do you remember that software I work with? I just visualized the ocean floor rising mechanism and I bet it show where even a Fox News Watcher would understand it. I need some outside opinions here folks. I do this shit all day, might as well put my education to some good use.
Edit to add: SolidWorks and MasterCam.
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Hans, the man. When you get that show on the road, please let us know. Free up the copyright, or give us permission to show, and I'll take it to town!
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how did we miss this?

Report on unknown microorganisms found in Baikal due in September
07:53 13/08/2010

Siberian scientists will make in September a report on previously unknown microbial colonies, found in Lake Baikal earlier this week.

[link to en.rian.ru]

think its connected;)


oh and it gets better

Avatar director Cameron celebrates birthday on bottom of Lake Baikal
09:04 16/08/2010

Avatar director Cameron celebrates birthday on bottom of Lake BaikalThe director of the blockbusters Avatar and Titanic, James Cameron, celebrated his 56th birthday on the bottom of the world's deepest freshwater lake on Monday.

[link to en.rian.ru]
 Quoting: dhlos 1105254



Not sure that we missed this.

Putin went down in a mini as well as Cameron. Thread chat (if I recall correctly) was that Russia was trying so show that it mini-subs were in Lake Baikal and not in the GOM, which is where some thought Russia had some equipment.

Russia is reported to have signed a no-blab agreement with the US to come into the Gulf and help with the spill. Link on this is somewhere, but lots of stuff from early on is scattered now.
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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.



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....
 Quoting: fairflight 1071336


The House has passed over 400 pieces of legislation that have been ignored by the Senate. Republicans, determined to bring down the Obama administration, are filibustering everything - not even allowing debate on these bills. Good effin luck getting something like this even to the floor of the Senate for discussion.
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Very cool to Open and see You krispy hope All is Good and Everything is much better Really good 2 see you. Everyone here has great Views and Entertaining ones Nicely put To paper I like Seeing all the brilliant minds at work Reminds me Of a great Movie that never Ends. makes you Think How many give all of this Information and Stories I think it is Super cool On all levels in My opinion End to end Good job to All of you. .. incoming rubble in space is not barney and is visually distorted from sight. enormous traffic coming just puzzling to say the least. popcorn insted of fishing.. . Jellyfish Pocket Level in the tackle box STill Always Needing batteries Doesnt work at its Best without them dont You think. popcorn its whats for dinner.


hmmm

VOYAGER 2. EVENT IS ROME. THIS IS OMEGA. JPL STAND BY.



Rome Events:

[link to www.fao.org]



I also found this:

And since Jesuit astronomers work at Mt. Graham on all the telescopes, I deducted by scientific reasoning using their diabolical past as a guideline, they were behind the naming of the telescope or telescope lens, Lucifer.

Furthermore, since the Jesuits of the 4th Vow worship Lucifer, it makes perfect sense.

Case closed.

The Jesuits and the Vatican named the darn thing Lucifer and if they didn’t someone please sue me so I can finally use truth as a perfect defense against, as Tupper Saucy said, The Rulers of Evil.



[link to www.arcticbeacon.com]


rockon


You know, of course, 'cause you read Greg, that the Jesuits are a military order.



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4 months old...but interesting...
Engineers Diagnosing Voyager 2 Data System

Engineers have shifted NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft into a mode that transmits only spacecraft health and status data while they diagnose an unexpected change in the pattern of returning data.
by Staff Writers
Pasadena CA (JPL) May 19, 2010
One flip of a bit in the memory of an onboard computer appears to have caused the change in the science data pattern returning from Voyager 2, engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory said Monday, May 17. A value in a single memory location was changed from a 0 to a 1.

[link to www.space-travel.com]
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I remember reading a speculation that it was the waking organism that was multiplying and raising the seabed, but I have no idea where....late night brain fart. Horizonal time - Good night ALL.


OCEAN FLOOR RISING BY 13 FEET PER DAY IN AUSTRALIA


This is very disturbing. More and more things are happening that really shouldn’t. Is the 2012 events we are waiting for, starting already? The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has a Tsunami station in event mode activated for Station 55023 – STB Coral Sea located at 14.803 S 153.585 E (14°48’9&#8243; S 153°35’6&#8243; E). The tsunami station has been in event mode since the large quakes occurred in the area for several days now. This is triggered by the buoys’ anomalies of water column height above the sea floor. If you do a data search for 2010 March 20th to 2010 April 13th you get this- Over 100 meters or 328 feet less distance from buoy to sea floor in 24 days! That’s 13 feet per day since the quakes. As you will see from the waves on the line graph it matches the tide lines perfectly.

[link to www.disclose.tv]
 Quoting: Live for Yahweh 1060540



Thanks for the post. Some of the BEZERKERS had noticed this anomalie earlier this summer. After posts to the thread, the buoys were taken offline. Glad to know that they are back on record.
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Good afternoon TutuWuwu...does adding the honey or maple syrup (sugar=acidifying) to the ACV negate or diminish the alkalizing effect?



The alkalinity of apple cider vinegar can correct excess acidity in our system and help prevent and fight infection. Honey added to the vinegar naturally makes the mixture more drinkable for people. And the good news is that unprocessed raw honey has been classfified as an alkaline-forming food. (Processed honey is only little acidifying and artifical sweetener is very acidifying). When you first drink the apple cider vinegar formula, it might taste horrible to you, but as your body becomes less acidic and more alkaline, it would begin to taste good.

The health benefits of the apple cider vinegar and honey drink are widely known. This recipe has traditionally been used as an at-home self remedy for many ailments, and even an anti-aging elixir. Many people have smartly made use of its cleansing and disinfecting properties to self-detoxify their body. It is seen as a powerful cleansing agent and healing elixir with naturally occurring antibiotic and antiseptic that fights germs and bacteria. So, how does this vinegar and honey remedy actually work? A person's bloodstream tends toward becoming acidic with our modern diet of fats, starches and processed foods, (e.g fast foods, meats, peanuts, seafoods, alcohol and coffee)and if your body is acidic, disease can flourish; if it is alkaline, it is in balance and can fight off germs and ailments such as bladder and kidney conditions, osteoporosis, brittle bones, joint pains, aching muscles, low energy and chronic fatigue, and slow digestion.

Read in full here:

[link to www.caring-your-healthy.com]
 Quoting: fairflight


WooooHooooo! Thanks fairflight, for laying it out in great clarity, while I was doing the same thing in a private email. Synchronicity RULES! Also to be noted, that traditionally, honey has been used in indigenous cultures as an antibiotic wound dressing, so there's that. Love us some bees! Royal jelly is also a tremendous benefit, nutritionally and as a wound dressing. It is the exclusive food of the queen, jam packed with goodness. Another bee product, propolis, is quite beneficial in one's diet - great in smoothies.

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Just a note to someone. Not important to this thread and not any spy stuff.

From a lubber to a salted dog:

Thanks, NI. We really owe you guys on this one.
I just hope that it gets told someday.
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+1 hf
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Engineers Diagnosing Voyager 2 Data System
Jet Propulsion Laboratory ^ | 5/19/2010 | JPL
Posted on May 18, 2010 11:34:34 PM PDT by sonofstrangelove

One flip of a bit in the memory of an onboard computer appears to have caused the change in the science data pattern returning from Voyager 2, engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory said Monday, May 17. A value in a single memory location was changed from a 0 to a 1. On May 12, engineers received a full memory readout from the flight data system computer, which formats the data to send back to Earth. They isolated the one bit in the memory that had changed, and they recreated the effect on a computer at JPL.

They found the effect agrees with data coming down from the spacecraft. They are planning to reset the bit to its normal state on Wednesday, May 19.

Engineers have shifted NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft into a mode that transmits only spacecraft health and status data while they diagnose an unexpected change in the pattern of returning data.

Preliminary engineering data received on May 1 show the spacecraft is basically healthy, and that the source of the issue is the flight data system, which is responsible for formatting the data to send back to Earth. The change in the data return pattern has prevented mission managers from decoding science data.
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And wouldn't be complete without...
SECRET SIGNALS FROM DISTANT PROBE
Has Voyager 2 spacecraft been hijacked by aliens?
11.05.2010 - 16:57 UHR
BY ATTILA ALBERT
With a golden record on board, it left the Earth 33 years ago.
Vergrößern

Have extraterrestrials manipulated the Voyager 2 probe?
MORE MYSTERY NEWS

NASA installed the 12-inch disk containing music and greetings in 55 languages in case intelligent extraterrestrial life ever found it.
But now the Voyager 2 spacecraft is sending back what sounds like an answer: Signals in an unknown data format!
The best scientific minds have so far not been able to decipher the strange information – is it a secret message?
[link to www.bild.de]

JPL STANDBY?
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This does sounds good Housedad !!!!

So could the brown hyve-ghoo (growing aside the BOB) be the end-waste product ?
It is now hyve-poop ..lol... flush

I've noticed on the screens, first the methaanbubbles went aside the BOB and start to stick at convenient spot, then it developed to a hive. I think its was not the end-waste product. when the rov's touched it, the hive dissolved in a brownish, haze like cloud.
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Someone posted that BP was using high-pressure water jets to disburse the organism, but that it wasn't effective due to the brownish haze! That they had stopped trying.

If anyone can find that post, which was put up in the past couple of days, might be worthwhile to bump it.
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Good afternoon TutuWuwu...does adding the honey or maple syrup (sugar=acidifying) to the ACV negate or diminish the alkalizing effect?



The alkalinity of apple cider vinegar can correct excess acidity in our system and help prevent and fight infection. Honey added to the vinegar naturally makes the mixture more drinkable for people. And the good news is that unprocessed raw honey has been classfified as an alkaline-forming food. (Processed honey is only little acidifying and artifical sweetener is very acidifying). When you first drink the apple cider vinegar formula, it might taste horrible to you, but as your body becomes less acidic and more alkaline, it would begin to taste good.

The health benefits of the apple cider vinegar and honey drink are widely known. This recipe has traditionally been used as an at-home self remedy for many ailments, and even an anti-aging elixir. Many people have smartly made use of its cleansing and disinfecting properties to self-detoxify their body. It is seen as a powerful cleansing agent and healing elixir with naturally occurring antibiotic and antiseptic that fights germs and bacteria. So, how does this vinegar and honey remedy actually work? A person's bloodstream tends toward becoming acidic with our modern diet of fats, starches and processed foods, (e.g fast foods, meats, peanuts, seafoods, alcohol and coffee)and if your body is acidic, disease can flourish; if it is alkaline, it is in balance and can fight off germs and ailments such as bladder and kidney conditions, osteoporosis, brittle bones, joint pains, aching muscles, low energy and chronic fatigue, and slow digestion.

Read in full here:

[link to www.caring-your-healthy.com]


WooooHooooo! Thanks fairflight, for laying it out in great clarity, while I was doing the same thing in a private email. Synchronicity RULES! Also to be noted, that traditionally, honey has been used in indigenous cultures as an antibiotic wound dressing, so there's that. Love us some bees! Royal jelly is also a tremendous benefit, nutritionally and as a wound dressing. It is the exclusive food of the queen, jam packed with goodness. Another bee product, propolis, is quite beneficial in one's diet - great in smoothies.

hf
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Thanks Tutu... hf Only raw honey (or raw organic :).

Royal jelly rules!! Great energy!!

Fact: No difference between a Queen bee and a worker bee at birth. After Queen is chosen, she is feed only Royal Jelly while the worker bees are not.
Difference in life expectancy:

Worker bee- 45 days
Queen bee- 5 years (it is the Royal Jelly)
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Strategic Defense Initiative Organization

The initial focus of the strategic defense initiative was a nuclear explosion-powered X-ray laser designed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory by a scientist named Peter L. Hagelstein[5] who worked with a team called 'O Group', doing much of the work in the late 1970s and early 1980s. O Group was headed by physicist Lowell Wood, a protégé and friend of Edward Teller, the "father of the hydrogen bomb".

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Directed Energy/Space-Based Laser
Ballistic Missile Defense Organization (BMDO) The Directed Energy (DE) program continues the process of integrating high power chemical laser components and technologies developed over the past 10 years specifically for the ballistic missile defense boost phase intercept mission.
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High Energy Laser Systems Test Facility
The High Energy Laser Systems Test Facility (HELSTF) is located at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. HELSTF has been managed by the U.S. Army Space and Strategic Defense Command (USASSDC) since October 1990. HELSTF is designated as the Department of Defense (DoD) National Test Facility for high energy laser test and evaluation. HELSTF is the home of the Mid Infrared Advanced Chemical Laser (MIRACL), the United States' most powerful laser.
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why is hubble looking at the gulf?
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Thanks. This is the laser for the mirror? So many 404 files. Can we confirm the reflection from the Gulf?
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Scientists discovered the new microbe while studying the underwater dispersion of millions of gallons of oil spilled into the Gulf following the explosion of BP's Deepwater Horizon drilling rig.

And the microbe works without significantly depleting oxygen in the water, researchers led by Terry Hazen at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, Calif., reported Tuesday in the online journal Sciencexpress.

"Our findings, which provide the first data ever on microbial activity from a deepwater dispersed oil plume, suggest" a great potential for bacteria to help dispose of oil plumes in the deep-sea, Hazen said in a statement.

Environmentalists have raised concerns about the giant oil spill and the underwater plume of dispersed oil, particularly its potential effects on sea life. A report just last week described a 22-mile long underwater mist of tiny oil droplets.

"Our findings show that the influx of oil profoundly altered the microbial community by significantly stimulating deep-sea" cold temperature bacteria that are closely related to known petroleum-degrading microbes, Hazen reported.

Their findings are based on more than 200 samples collected from 17 deepwater sites between May 25 and June 2. They found that the dominant microbe in the oil plume is a new species, closely related to members of Oceanospirillales.
[link to www.ajc.com]
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The linked story originated with AP, but this source is another high-propaganda, follow-the-boss print rag. Anything you get from ajc please re-read for side issues and convoluted reporting.
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Good afternoon TutuWuwu...does adding the honey or maple syrup (sugar=acidifying) to the ACV negate or diminish the alkalizing effect?



The alkalinity of apple cider vinegar can correct excess acidity in our system and help prevent and fight infection. Honey added to the vinegar naturally makes the mixture more drinkable for people. And the good news is that unprocessed raw honey has been classfified as an alkaline-forming food. (Processed honey is only little acidifying and artifical sweetener is very acidifying). When you first drink the apple cider vinegar formula, it might taste horrible to you, but as your body becomes less acidic and more alkaline, it would begin to taste good.

The health benefits of the apple cider vinegar and honey drink are widely known. This recipe has traditionally been used as an at-home self remedy for many ailments, and even an anti-aging elixir. Many people have smartly made use of its cleansing and disinfecting properties to self-detoxify their body. It is seen as a powerful cleansing agent and healing elixir with naturally occurring antibiotic and antiseptic that fights germs and bacteria. So, how does this vinegar and honey remedy actually work? A person's bloodstream tends toward becoming acidic with our modern diet of fats, starches and processed foods, (e.g fast foods, meats, peanuts, seafoods, alcohol and coffee)and if your body is acidic, disease can flourish; if it is alkaline, it is in balance and can fight off germs and ailments such as bladder and kidney conditions, osteoporosis, brittle bones, joint pains, aching muscles, low energy and chronic fatigue, and slow digestion.

Read in full here:

[link to www.caring-your-healthy.com]


WooooHooooo! Thanks fairflight, for laying it out in great clarity, while I was doing the same thing in a private email. Synchronicity RULES! Also to be noted, that traditionally, honey has been used in indigenous cultures as an antibiotic wound dressing, so there's that. Love us some bees! Royal jelly is also a tremendous benefit, nutritionally and as a wound dressing. It is the exclusive food of the queen, jam packed with goodness. Another bee product, propolis, is quite beneficial in one's diet - great in smoothies.

hf



Thanks Tutu... hf Only raw honey (or raw organic :).

Royal jelly rules!! Great energy!!

Fact: No difference between a Queen bee and a worker bee at birth. After Queen is chosen, she is feed only Royal Jelly while the worker bees are not.
Difference in life expectancy:

Worker bee- 45 days
Queen bee- 5 years (it is the Royal Jelly)
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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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Please for sanity and clarity, mention what you think is important and where we can find it. Even at a link for the cams there are a variety of choices with long download for some of us in boonies.

It's very nice to know what we are looking for, and where to look for it.
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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



Please for sanity and clarity, mention what you think is important and where we can find it. Even at a link for the cams there are a variety of choices with long download for some of us in boonies.

It's very nice to know what we are looking for, and where to look for 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]




YIKES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



I know. tomato But the more I am learning (thanks to this incredible thread) the less afraid I have become.
It is more like actually living in the greatest mystery/action novel of all time. popcorn

We are as prepared as can be so now it is watching/staying on top of the unfolding!!

(and they thought they were being sooo sneaky) ((can't fool the minds and souls on this thread))
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The trick is to get the general public to understand what is going on...
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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]




YIKES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



I know. tomato But the more I am learning (thanks to this incredible thread) the less afraid I have become.
It is more like actually living in the greatest mystery/action novel of all time. popcorn

We are as prepared as can be so now it is watching/staying on top of the unfolding!!

(and they thought they were being sooo sneaky) ((can't fool the minds and souls on this thread))



The trick is to get the general public to understand what is going on...
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We have been desperately trying for over a year (before GoM)
Have seen some waking but sadly many will never open their eyes...to busy with the Jones thing or to happy being entertained with fun activities. My husband calls them fodder. I suspect there will be high numbers of damaged entities.
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Health is a personal responsibility, but the gov’t intends to take control of it. As you attempt to improve your health, you get bombarded with a lot of confusing and often contradictory information. I’m going to address the pH situation. A recent poster spoke of balancing “out the intake of acidic and alkaline producing foods.” But what does that mean? Where should that food become acidic or basic? In the stomach, intestine, colon, blood, urine? I’ll give you this to work with as you ponder your best therapy. pH neutral is 7.0. BTW, I’m no authority, and mostly clueless, so read at your own risk. My opinion is free; ya get what ya pay for.

SALIVA should test at pH of 6.4 to 6.8, slightly acidic.

STOMACH should be pH of 1.0 to 2.5, strongly acidic. Apple Cider vinegar, ascorbic acid, citric acid are all helpful. Good to give the tummy an acid fix before a meal, and then drink little or NO LIQUID with the meal, especially no milk or carbonated drink because they are alkaline. BTW, if you drink waaay too much high octane health fuel some evening, drink a couple tablespoons of apple vinegar in a glass of water before bed; you’ll sleep well and wake up fine. So, if you find yourself hugging that big white bus, think vinegar.
Oh, yeah, stomach pH; forgot where I was; went to fix me a drink.
Gastric glands produce HCl and pepsin, into the stomach, which acts on proteins. HCL keeps gastric contents (chyme) about 2 pH. Then the chyme (pukey yukky stuff) leaves the stomach, into the duodenum.

DUODENUM
is where the acidic chyme gets injection of sodium bicarbonate from the pancreas, making it slightly basic at pH 7.4. You also get pancreatic amylase to convert starches to sugars so they can ferment into alcohol on which the body thrives. (kinda like malting grains to create the conversion enzyme so you can ferment the mash - it works) One can get addicted to eating starches because of the pleasant high afterward. That’s the fat- religious-teetotalers end-run around their own legalisms so they can still shake the finger at the skinny drinkers. Their lives are shorter, but they did get to shake that finger, they die smiling! Proteins and carbs are partially digested in the duodenum, but no fat yet. Then bile (from broken down hemoglobin - thrifty machine, eh?) from the gall bladder is added to emulsify the fat. I don’t have a gall bladder any more, but bile still flows, fortunately, because I eat a lot of fat. (learned it from Vilhjalmur Stefansson). Oh yeah, I use some bile for irascibility and antisocial obnoxious behavior. I might be a recluse, but I still enjoy life, eh! But I do eat a lot of fat, and I’m skinny as a rail at 72. (learned it from Stefansson, long before Atkins. lol) Okay, we got the chyme through that violent mixing process. A lot happens there. [Oh, sidenote - important one. If you give your body plenty of good meat fat instead of vegetable oils, it won’t feel necessary to store fat in cells and make you obese. Veg oils are bad, bad, bad. Your cells don’t want that crap so it gets stored, unused, where it goes rancid and toxic. And if you try fasting so your cells are forced to call it out of storage, they will be poisoned by it and you’ll get so sick you want to die. Gov’t food pyramid has about done you in! Shoulda started thinkin for yourself many years ago! Recovery is tougher for veg-oil eaters than for alcoholics.] Hah, I bet you never heard this before!

SMALL INTESTINE: pH 7.4 (coiled muscular tube about 9 feet long) (slightly alkaline)
Large molecules of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats are broken into small molecules that are absorbed by villi along intestine wall into the blood. Food for your cells.

BLOOD: arterial pH: 7.4; venous pH: 7.35. Lower than 7.35 is acidemia or acidosis. So, blood needs to test slightly basic.

URINE should test slightly acidic (uric acid). Easy to test with pH strips. If your urine suddenly goes alkaline, you’ll feel sick within a day or two. Restore it to health with an acid which is easy to metabolize, like Apple Vinegar, Ascorbic Acid (Vit C), or Citric Acid - fresh or bottled.

Finally, when some health practitioner advises you to keep your body alkaline, ask her what part of the body she means. It ain’t so simple as just eating broccoli and brussel sprouts.
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Health is a personal responsibility, but the gov’t intends to take control of it. As you attempt to improve your health, you get bombarded with a lot of confusing and often contradictory information. I’m going to address the pH situation. A recent poster spoke of balancing “out the intake of acidic and alkaline producing foods.” But what does that mean? Where should that food become acidic or basic? In the stomach, intestine, colon, blood, urine? I’ll give you this to work with as you ponder your best therapy. pH neutral is 7.0. BTW, I’m no authority, and mostly clueless, so read at your own risk. My opinion is free; ya get what ya pay for.

SALIVA should test at pH of 6.4 to 6.8, slightly acidic.

STOMACH should be pH of 1.0 to 2.5, strongly acidic. Apple Cider vinegar, ascorbic acid, citric acid are all helpful. Good to give the tummy an acid fix before a meal, and then drink little or NO LIQUID with the meal, especially no milk or carbonated drink because they are alkaline. BTW, if you drink waaay too much high octane health fuel some evening, drink a couple tablespoons of apple vinegar in a glass of water before bed; you’ll sleep well and wake up fine. So, if you find yourself hugging that big white bus, think vinegar.
Oh, yeah, stomach pH; forgot where I was; went to fix me a drink.
Gastric glands produce HCl and pepsin, into the stomach, which acts on proteins. HCL keeps gastric contents (chyme) about 2 pH. Then the chyme (pukey yukky stuff) leaves the stomach, into the duodenum.

DUODENUM
is where the acidic chyme gets injection of sodium bicarbonate from the pancreas, making it slightly basic at pH 7.4. You also get pancreatic amylase to convert starches to sugars so they can ferment into alcohol on which the body thrives. (kinda like malting grains to create the conversion enzyme so you can ferment the mash - it works) One can get addicted to eating starches because of the pleasant high afterward. That’s the fat- religious-teetotalers end-run around their own legalisms so they can still shake the finger at the skinny drinkers. Their lives are shorter, but they did get to shake that finger, they die smiling! Proteins and carbs are partially digested in the duodenum, but no fat yet. Then bile (from broken down hemoglobin - thrifty machine, eh?) from the gall bladder is added to emulsify the fat. I don’t have a gall bladder any more, but bile still flows, fortunately, because I eat a lot of fat. (learned it from Vilhjalmur Stefansson). Oh yeah, I use some bile for irascibility and antisocial obnoxious behavior. I might be a recluse, but I still enjoy life, eh! But I do eat a lot of fat, and I’m skinny as a rail at 72. (learned it from Stefansson, long before Atkins. lol) Okay, we got the chyme through that violent mixing process. A lot happens there. [Oh, sidenote - important one. If you give your body plenty of good meat fat instead of vegetable oils, it won’t feel necessary to store fat in cells and make you obese. Veg oils are bad, bad, bad. Your cells don’t want that crap so it gets stored, unused, where it goes rancid and toxic. And if you try fasting so your cells are forced to call it out of storage, they will be poisoned by it and you’ll get so sick you want to die. Gov’t food pyramid has about done you in! Shoulda started thinkin for yourself many years ago! Recovery is tougher for veg-oil eaters than for alcoholics.] Hah, I bet you never heard this before!

SMALL INTESTINE: pH 7.4 (coiled muscular tube about 9 feet long) (slightly alkaline)
Large molecules of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats are broken into small molecules that are absorbed by villi along intestine wall into the blood. Food for your cells.

BLOOD: arterial pH: 7.4; venous pH: 7.35. Lower than 7.35 is acidemia or acidosis. So, blood needs to test slightly basic.

URINE should test slightly acidic (uric acid). Easy to test with pH strips. If your urine suddenly goes alkaline, you’ll feel sick within a day or two. Restore it to health with an acid which is easy to metabolize, like Apple Vinegar, Ascorbic Acid (Vit C), or Citric Acid - fresh or bottled.

Finally, when some health practitioner advises you to keep your body alkaline, ask her what part of the body she means. It ain’t so simple as just eating broccoli and brussel sprouts.
 Quoting: WhiteBeard 706658


That poster was me, whitebeard. While your detail is much appreciated, I was speaking in terms of paying attention to your food intake so that your entire system would not go into acidosis, creating a favorable environment for disease. Some foods produce acid and some not. The goal is to maintain a pH neutral environment in your entire body. Eating a balanced diet goes a long way to achieving that goal, in terms of day to day sensible food intake.
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