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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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wowowwowowow

thank you my 'french' friend

everyone (tex) you might want to pay attention to this one

precursor to economic collapse?
dates are right!
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Thanks dhlos! Many factors are beginning to come together for the coming couple of weeks. Scary times.
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A good read if nothing else.......
[link to www.memecentral.com]


This shows a 404

Let me try again
[link to www.memecentral.com]
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Thanks Childoflight

Men with a vision of goodwill have often looked insane in times of mistrust and scarcity. But in Level 3, we realize that the universe is not a maze to be navigated; it is a baby to be brought up. When we give it love, clarity, and opportunity, we raise a child to be a joyful, giving, successful adult. This is the opportunity we have to farm our little patch of space-time.
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This is GirlFriend.
Radar issued a Morphing Alert.
22 minutes ago.
Other Login Status: Developing Surveillance Remaining At Level Three. Cables Cut.
Exit is A Go.


WOW !
There is something morphing ...
the organism ?
The cables cut was linked to the drilling capsules ,
so maybe the planted capsules again and those cables are now cut again ... prevented to damage or harm ?

Wonder if that "A" also refers to A WHALE ????

It seems to me that all subs are warned to exit theater.


Looking into abrevations now ...
 Quoting: Krispy71



fwiw, which is next to worth nothing, because I know nothing:

Y'all decided way back that the cables were communications and there seemed to be a consensus.

Let's don't mix things.

There were cables to the sonic drilling capsules - cut, we think to stop the drilling and break up of the ocean floor.

There are cables directing the course of hurricanes.

There are cables in the set up of the glassing-over explosions to close and seal the breaks in the ocean floor.

The indication was that the sonic drilling was a done deal and not happening, that the effort now in control was to seal the floor of the seabed. Cables cut now will be to stop the glassing over of the seabed and allow the organisms to continue to mix with the inflowing seawater and multiply and morph out into the water column.

JPL was on standby.

Now what?
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Level 3 (as a physical entity of fibres, cables, routers) cant "go down" as such - there are huge amounts of redundancy built into global networks. I've seen connections across 200 or 300 physical miles in Europe cross the Atlantic and back because, at that moment, it was the fastest path (that might legitimately happen, say, through a G--gle load-balancer).

To defeat this redundancy would take a lot of inside knowledge, planning and technique - even if, say, a faction approached the Level 3 execs and forced them to execute such a thing.

Multiple failures can and do happen, and we the public surf on, ignorant of any such event. That's how much redundancy.
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level3 :
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Wow thats interesting. If level 3 went down it would take everything else with it, i would think.


BEZERKERS-

Lots of info today got me thinking about pre-planning for an alternate means of communication. I'm out of my realm on the specifics, but if someone knows...are there any Ham operators among us? Is there a frequency we could listen to? And is it a short wave radio thats needed?
Any thoughts/ideas would be appreciated :)
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Glad somebody else thinks as I do. Sadly though, I never managed to get the bucks and the know-how together for a ham radio set-up. Sure wish I had!
"The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not.."
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level3 :
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Wow thats interesting. If level 3 went down it would take everything else with it, i would think.


BEZERKERS-

Lots of info today got me thinking about pre-planning for an alternate means of communication. I'm out of my realm on the specifics, but if someone knows...are there any Ham operators among us? Is there a frequency we could listen to? And is it a short wave radio thats needed?
Any thoughts/ideas would be appreciated :)
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bump
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An amazing catch!
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am?
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No, yesterday.
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level3 communications
[link to www.level3.com]

Also here is something interesting as related to submarines and ufo's

[link to www.bigbluetech.net]

our minds must have been running the same channels this am...why haven't we done research on water/ufos on this thread?? We are dealing with a primordial life form and water...seems like a natural connection...I was looking for stuff this am, and came up with a reference to that very article you posted...thanx...and this site that looks quite interesting...

[link to waterufo.net]


Breezy (of all the names), I did mention Gulf Breeze UFOs about 15-20 pages back. I mean, look at the location.
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Peculiar stuff goes on in Gulf Breeze. Wasn't there some kind of school there a few years back teaching mind control?
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level3 :
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Wow thats interesting. If level 3 went down it would take everything else with it, i would think.


BEZERKERS-

Lots of info today got me thinking about pre-planning for an alternate means of communication. I'm out of my realm on the specifics, but if someone knows...are there any Ham operators among us? Is there a frequency we could listen to? And is it a short wave radio thats needed?
Any thoughts/ideas would be appreciated :)

Glad somebody else thinks as I do. Sadly though, I never managed to get the bucks and the know-how together for a ham radio set-up. Sure wish I had!
 Quoting: Tex Tamale


You betcha Tex...I am researching now. Will post relevant info as I find. At the least I think a SW radio will allow you/us to listen as the Ham's are all connected and talking to each other. At a quick glance...

Get Ready for the 2010 Simulated Emergency Test
The 2010 ARRL Simulated Emergency Test (SET) is just around the corner and ARRL Field Organization leaders are planning an event that will actively involve members of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES®), the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES), the ARRL National Traffic System (NTS) and many other related groups that prepare for and respond to emergencies. Public service and emergency response agencies and organizations in your community, ARRL Section Leaders and/or local and state officials will also be invited to participate. You, too, are invited to be a part of this annual tune-up for emergency response.
...Although October 2-3 is the focal point weekend, some ARRL Sect ions and ARES® teams and nets may conduct their exercises anytime -- especially during the months of September through December.
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LINK:
[link to www.arrl.org]
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level3 communications
[link to www.level3.com]

Also here is something interesting as related to submarines and ufo's

[link to www.bigbluetech.net]

our minds must have been running the same channels this am...why haven't we done research on water/ufos on this thread?? We are dealing with a primordial life form and water...seems like a natural connection...I was looking for stuff this am, and came up with a reference to that very article you posted...thanx...and this site that looks quite interesting...

[link to waterufo.net]


Breezy (of all the names), I did mention Gulf Breeze UFOs about 15-20 pages back. I mean, look at the location.



Peculiar stuff goes on in Gulf Breeze. Wasn't there some kind of school there a few years back teaching mind control?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1107649


I just remember the Steven Greer CSETI experiment happened there. Greer's premier entrance on the ufo scene. It got the ufo community in NorCal all out buying real powerful lights to shine upward at night in remote areas where sightings had been reported. Everyone was "fired up and ready" for contact.
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Hip hip hoeray for 1221 !!!

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level3 :
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Wow thats interesting. If level 3 went down it would take everything else with it, i would think.


BEZERKERS-

Lots of info today got me thinking about pre-planning for an alternate means of communication. I'm out of my realm on the specifics, but if someone knows...are there any Ham operators among us? Is there a frequency we could listen to? And is it a short wave radio thats needed?
Any thoughts/ideas would be appreciated :)
 Quoting: 1221 1093619



If someone will decide on a frequency and post, I'll contact a couple of local HAMs. We are rural, but sometime get info because of a nearby nu clear power plant here in Southeast US.
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Regarding communications, I can share my small experience. I do have a $700 Shortwave receiver with a 60 foot long wire antenna. I also have a couple cheapy Radio Shack type multiband receivers with only their built-in antennas. The cheap ones do nearly as well as the expensive one. In order to get reliable strong signal performance one needs a very expensive antenna setup, which I don't have. The receiver is less of a factor than the antenna. Also, with any exterior antenna, you need a real good heavy gauge copper ground wire to the receiver. The grounding is often figured to be fifty percent of the signal performance. So, my conclusion is that a cheap multi-band receiver with built-in antenna will serve a person very well, especially if he has to move to different locations. If I have to leave, the big radio stays here; I take one which works from batteries.
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level3 :
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Wow thats interesting. If level 3 went down it would take everything else with it, i would think.


BEZERKERS-

Lots of info today got me thinking about pre-planning for an alternate means of communication. I'm out of my realm on the specifics, but if someone knows...are there any Ham operators among us? Is there a frequency we could listen to? And is it a short wave radio thats needed?
Any thoughts/ideas would be appreciated :)

Glad somebody else thinks as I do. Sadly though, I never managed to get the bucks and the know-how together for a ham radio set-up. Sure wish I had!


You betcha Tex...I am researching now. Will post relevant info as I find. At the least I think a SW radio will allow you/us to listen as the Ham's are all connected and talking to each other. At a quick glance...

Get Ready for the 2010 Simulated Emergency Test
The 2010 ARRL Simulated Emergency Test (SET) is just around the corner and ARRL Field Organization leaders are planning an event that will actively involve members of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES®), the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES), the ARRL National Traffic System (NTS) and many other related groups that prepare for and respond to emergencies. Public service and emergency response agencies and organizations in your community, ARRL Section Leaders and/or local and state officials will also be invited to participate. You, too, are invited to be a part of this annual tune-up for emergency response.
...Although October 2-3 is the focal point weekend, some ARRL Sect ions and ARES® teams and nets may conduct their exercises anytime -- especially during the months of September through December.
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Don't you need a license to operate a Ham? I already have a shortwave.
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level3 :
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Wow thats interesting. If level 3 went down it would take everything else with it, i would think.


BEZERKERS-

Lots of info today got me thinking about pre-planning for an alternate means of communication. I'm out of my realm on the specifics, but if someone knows...are there any Ham operators among us? Is there a frequency we could listen to? And is it a short wave radio thats needed?
Any thoughts/ideas would be appreciated :)

Glad somebody else thinks as I do. Sadly though, I never managed to get the bucks and the know-how together for a ham radio set-up. Sure wish I had!


You betcha Tex...I am researching now. Will post relevant info as I find. At the least I think a SW radio will allow you/us to listen as the Ham's are all connected and talking to each other. At a quick glance...

Get Ready for the 2010 Simulated Emergency Test
The 2010 ARRL Simulated Emergency Test (SET) is just around the corner and ARRL Field Organization leaders are planning an event that will actively involve members of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES®), the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES), the ARRL National Traffic System (NTS) and many other related groups that prepare for and respond to emergencies. Public service and emergency response agencies and organizations in your community, ARRL Section Leaders and/or local and state officials will also be invited to participate. You, too, are invited to be a part of this annual tune-up for emergency response.
...Although October 2-3 is the focal point weekend, some ARRL Sect ions and ARES® teams and nets may conduct their exercises anytime -- especially during the months of September through December.
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doesnt make me feel good
you know what happens when they have exercises

you are on a roll pal
keep it comin'
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Do EMPs affect Ham/shortwave???
Anyone know?? Seems like what I have read, it does.
"Man was also in the beginning with God. Intelligence, or the light of truth, was not created or made, neither indeed can be. ALL truth is independent in that sphere in which God has placed it, to act for itself."
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Wow thats interesting. If level 3 went down it would take everything else with it, i would think.


BEZERKERS-

Lots of info today got me thinking about pre-planning for an alternate means of communication. I'm out of my realm on the specifics, but if someone knows...are there any Ham operators among us? Is there a frequency we could listen to? And is it a short wave radio thats needed?
Any thoughts/ideas would be appreciated :)

Glad somebody else thinks as I do. Sadly though, I never managed to get the bucks and the know-how together for a ham radio set-up. Sure wish I had!


You betcha Tex...I am researching now. Will post relevant info as I find. At the least I think a SW radio will allow you/us to listen as the Ham's are all connected and talking to each other. At a quick glance...

Get Ready for the 2010 Simulated Emergency Test
The 2010 ARRL Simulated Emergency Test (SET) is just around the corner and ARRL Field Organization leaders are planning an event that will actively involve members of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES®), the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES), the ARRL National Traffic System (NTS) and many other related groups that prepare for and respond to emergencies. Public service and emergency response agencies and organizations in your community, ARRL Section Leaders and/or local and state officials will also be invited to participate. You, too, are invited to be a part of this annual tune-up for emergency response.
...Although October 2-3 is the focal point weekend, some ARRL Sect ions and ARES® teams and nets may conduct their exercises anytime -- especially during the months of September through December.

doesnt make me feel good
you know what happens when they have exercises

you are on a roll pal
keep it comin'
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Exactly
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Do EMPs affect Ham/shortwave???
Anyone know?? Seems like what I have read, it does.
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So, we will be left with what? Telepathy?
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So, we will be left with what? Telepathy?
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Works for me.


[grin]



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[link to modernsurvivalblog.com]
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Man, my shortwave is 200 miles away from me at the moment. wall
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[link to modernsurvivalblog.com]
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Great info - thanks! The little Grundig is a great piece to have. I would imagine it would be a good idea to stash your supply of batteries the same way.
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So, we will be left with what? Telepathy?
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Gatherings!
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So, we will be left with what? Telepathy?





Works for me.


[grin]



hf
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HA! Me 2 - been practicing for decades with teh critters, etc. I think a lot of telepathy has been evident in this thread, if one pays attention to the synchronicity of the various posts.
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Do EMPs affect Ham/shortwave???
Anyone know?? Seems like what I have read, it does.

[link to modernsurvivalblog.com]


Great info - thanks! The little Grundig is a great piece to have. I would imagine it would be a good idea to stash your supply of batteries the same way.
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Or miniture solar panel...Have read alot about farraday cages and such but their is debate about their effectiveness.
"Man was also in the beginning with God. Intelligence, or the light of truth, was not created or made, neither indeed can be. ALL truth is independent in that sphere in which God has placed it, to act for itself."
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here i go again
playing lawyer again

i have to make you privy to this
filename (as sent to me): rimhighway12

it is most probably a sat picture (must be)

please help identify the markings

BEZRKERS pull your socks up on this one
it was sent to my mail by an unknown sender (i guess he must of noticed it when i posted it about 50pgs back

[link to img841.imageshack.us]
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Yep frys the equipment if not in a faraday cage. also on a lower level interfers with sending and recieving
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Do EMPs affect Ham/shortwave???
Anyone know?? Seems like what I have read, it does.

[link to modernsurvivalblog.com]


Great info - thanks! The little Grundig is a great piece to have. I would imagine it would be a good idea to stash your supply of batteries the same way.


Or miniture solar panel...Have read alot about farraday cages and such but their is debate about their effectiveness.
 Quoting: fairflight


Damn, those are expensive! My dream off-the-grid package for computer, etc. runs at about a grand. $500 for external battery and $500 for roll out solar panel.
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