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Akamai monitors global Internet conditions around the clock. With this real-time data we identify the global regions with the greatest attack traffic, cities with the slowest Web connections (latency), and geographic areas with the most Web traffic (traffic density).

I am not sure if I interpret this website correctly, from what I understand is that internet connection is slow all over the world @ -1% below normal

Attack wise it seem concentrated in US, Europe, Russia, China and Taiwan @ 6.27% above normal with 669 attacks in the last 24hrs. (YKES at first I thought I saw 666 attacks)

Is this normal everyday thing???

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The electric universe is an interesting concept that may have merit. But IMO, there is nothing to fear from the 'fluffy stuff', be it magnetic or otherwise.

Only the passage of time will tell.


Thunderbolt of The Gods - Plasma Cosmology video - AWESOME

[link to video.google.com]


Wow...mind expanding...at least what I can understand of it!
rockon
lol...the word for that icon is ROCK ON...


OK...BEZERKERS...It's the big picture...and if you want to get what seems to be a VERY plausible scientific but understandable explanation about how the increase in galaxy particles (of what ever size) are going to interact with the sun and other planets, I would highly recommend this video from Tutu Wuwu.

(I'm only about 40 minutes in)
It's blowing my mind when cross-referenced with all the info we speak of on this thread.



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Ok I just finished the video Thunderbolt of the Gods- IT'S A MUST SEE for anyone who wants to truly understand how the new rules of the galaxy work.
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Woodie gave us the "TKO" note on September 17th.

OP posted sudden abnormal Relaying Three Submarine chimneys

The same day, Louisiana was moved to "catastrophic" for a biohazard

Below we have the photobucket links showing a crevice, with a note from poster that "the tracks are in line with it and it looks as though it is falling (almost like a submarine)!"

Earlier in the thread, OP advised that submarines were experiencing a strong magnetic/gravity pull at the "rim."

The chronology of the posts causes me to wonder if three submarines have been lost to the dangers of the deep water. Do some of you wonder the same?

Over-heating of three nuclear submarines would cause a catastrophic bio-hazard alert for the area. Yes? No?


2us captain :Relaying sudden abnormal thermal activity at Three Submarine chimneys



The above post is from OP 9/17/2010 9:46 AM after Woodie gave us the "TKO" post.

Those of you who know, please respond whether there is anything about a submarine ship which might be referred to as a chimney. We've discussed chimneys on the bases formed by the biological, but this statement from OP appears to refer to something different.

An event in a nuc lear reactor may certainly be referred to as "abnormal thermal activity" and the question is whether three subs in the GOM have had such an event.
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C/P

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[link to i772.photobucket.com]

Or, maybe this is not for this thread, will check for another.
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I saw that post... What I thought was interesting are what look like tracks going into or out of the dark crevice.

I think this is a really unusual shot, with a lot going on, and it is applicable to this thread. The tracks remind me of the areas of the ocean bottom where underwater volcanoes form, like out in the mid-Atlantic.


The tracks are interesting and it is unfortunate you cannot zoom in on this image as the real interesting part is the dark object veryobviously coming up out of the sea floor. I don't know how to send the image so that you can enlarge it but if you would send me instructions I would be happy to redo the photo.


I brought the pic into photoshop and added more resolutions, easier to see now.

[link to s898.photobucket.com]


Well done LFY.
That looks almost like something sliding off into the crevise, the tracks are in line with it and it looks as though it is falling (almost like a submarine)!"
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It looks like they are pulling the teeth of the royal family.

[link to www.independent.co.uk]
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Snip:

A "financial memorandum" formalising the relationship between the sovereign and ministers also sets out tough terms on how the Queen can spend the £38.2 m handed over by Parliament each year to pay for her staff and occupied palaces.


Jeez...turn out a light or something...

Wash you own damn dishes...once in awhile...

She may wish she had extra for gas/heat this winter...

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It looks like they are pulling the teeth of the royal family.

[link to www.independent.co.uk]


Snip:

A "financial memorandum" formalising the relationship between the sovereign and ministers also sets out tough terms on how the Queen can spend the £38.2 m handed over by Parliament each year to pay for her staff and occupied palaces.


Jeez...turn out a light or something...

Wash you own damn dishes...once in awhile...

She may wish she had extra for gas/heat this winter...

Cz
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Good one Cz...looking like it's all too true.
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The electric universe is an interesting concept that may have merit. But IMO, there is nothing to fear from the 'fluffy stuff', be it magnetic or otherwise.

Only the passage of time will tell.


Thunderbolt of The Gods - Plasma Cosmology video - AWESOME

[link to video.google.com]


Wow...mind expanding...at least what I can understand of it!
rockon
lol...the word for that icon is ROCK ON...


OK...BEZERKERS...It's the big picture...and if you want to get what seems to be a VERY plausible scientific but understandable explanation about how the increase in galaxy particles (of what ever size) are going to interact with the sun and other planets, I would highly recommend this video from Tutu Wuwu.

(I'm only about 40 minutes in)
It's blowing my mind when cross-referenced with all the info we speak of on this thread.



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Ok I just finished the video Thunderbolt of the Gods- IT'S A MUST SEE for anyone who wants to truly understand how the new rules of the galaxy work.
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Lost internet connection tuesday and again tonight for a short time. Comcast says there was nothing reported to them from our area tonight but there was last tuesday....

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I propose a new classification of a type of person that surf the web and forums. With the exact spelling as shown:

Bezerker: A person that searches for the truth of an occurance, event, or conspiracy. They show a willingness to keep a open mind about new theories and subjects, a desire to invesigate relentlessly, apply information from whatever source to try to explain the problem, use their imagination and speculation freely, and always, ferociously and without stopping, reject lies and seek the truth.




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Well I was looking for Housedad's explanation of Augie...and found this which I liked as well.
Worth bringing it forward.
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Tutu-
I sent you the pdf of Boeing Whistle Blower...for all I am still trying to find website that I downloaded it fro.
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Tutu-
I sent you the pdf of Boeing Whistle Blower...for all I am still trying to find website that I downloaded it fro.
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Thanks - I'll check my mail;-D
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Lost internet connection tuesday and again tonight for a short time. Comcast says there was nothing reported to them from our area tonight but there was last tuesday....
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Seems like there was some trouble with the Internet today...posters indicated Facebook was having issues. OP's GF posted earlier...2x
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Tutu-
I sent you the pdf of Boeing Whistle Blower...for all I am still trying to find website that I downloaded it from.
[edited for spelling]

Thanks - I'll check my mail;-D
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Here's the link...the pdf is 97 pages. It's SickScent's site. Down towards the bottom.
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Beautiful shot...

A close-up shot of the Lagoon Nebula's center shows the delicate structures formed when powerful radiation from young stars interacts with the hydrogen cloud from which they sprang.

[link to photoblog.msnbc.msn.com]
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The electric universe is an interesting concept that may have merit. But IMO, there is nothing to fear from the 'fluffy stuff', be it magnetic or otherwise.

Only the passage of time will tell.


Thunderbolt of The Gods - Plasma Cosmology video - AWESOME

[link to video.google.com]


Wow...mind expanding...at least what I can understand of it!
rockon
lol...the word for that icon is ROCK ON...


OK...BEZERKERS...It's the big picture...and if you want to get what seems to be a VERY plausible scientific but understandable explanation about how the increase in galaxy particles (of what ever size) are going to interact with the sun and other planets, I would highly recommend this video from Tutu Wuwu.

(I'm only about 40 minutes in)
It's blowing my mind when cross-referenced with all the info we speak of on this thread.





Ok I just finished the video Thunderbolt of the Gods- IT'S A MUST SEE for anyone who wants to truly understand how the new rules of the galaxy work.


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Scuze me guys but I gotta point out that the astute readers of the Lightworker thread have known of the Electric Universe theory from the earliest pages. Divinty became a huge proponent of aether plasma physics and the Thunderbolts website. Jeff Rense has also been a big fan.

I am pleased to see 'Thunderbolts' getting airplay over here and I eagerly await seeing what you savvy savants here will do with it.

Might want to gurggle Birkeland, father of the Electric Universe.

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The electric universe is an interesting concept that may have merit. But IMO, there is nothing to fear from the 'fluffy stuff', be it magnetic or otherwise.

Only the passage of time will tell.


Thunderbolt of The Gods - Plasma Cosmology video - AWESOME

[link to video.google.com]


Wow...mind expanding...at least what I can understand of it!
rockon
lol...the word for that icon is ROCK ON...


OK...BEZERKERS...It's the big picture...and if you want to get what seems to be a VERY plausible scientific but understandable explanation about how the increase in galaxy particles (of what ever size) are going to interact with the sun and other planets, I would highly recommend this video from Tutu Wuwu.

(I'm only about 40 minutes in)
It's blowing my mind when cross-referenced with all the info we speak of on this thread.





Ok I just finished the video Thunderbolt of the Gods- IT'S A MUST SEE for anyone who wants to truly understand how the new rules of the galaxy work.





Scuze me guys but I gotta point out that the astute readers of the Lightworker thread have known of the Electric Universe theory from the earliest pages. Divinty became a huge proponent of aether plasma physics and the Thunderbolts website. Jeff Rense has also been a big fan.

I am pleased to see 'Thunderbolts' getting airplay over here and I eagerly await seeing what you savvy savants here will do with it.

Might want to gurggle Birkeland, father of the Electric Universe.

Rock on you crazy Bezerkers 5a
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Thanks for the heads up...this is the only thread I've been involved with...and I came in [started lurking] about a week after it started. I didn't even post until page 558 (I think). It was and is a lot of reading...Lightworkers is at 3015pages...whoa...can't imagine trying to start reading from the beginning so as to not ask redundant questions and all. Will def check out the Electric Universe further- fascinating.
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The electric universe is an interesting concept that may have merit. But IMO, there is nothing to fear from the 'fluffy stuff', be it magnetic or otherwise.

Only the passage of time will tell.


Thunderbolt of The Gods - Plasma Cosmology video - AWESOME

[link to video.google.com]


Wow...mind expanding...at least what I can understand of it!
rockon
lol...the word for that icon is ROCK ON...


OK...BEZERKERS...It's the big picture...and if you want to get what seems to be a VERY plausible scientific but understandable explanation about how the increase in galaxy particles (of what ever size) are going to interact with the sun and other planets, I would highly recommend this video from Tutu Wuwu.

(I'm only about 40 minutes in)
It's blowing my mind when cross-referenced with all the info we speak of on this thread.





Ok I just finished the video Thunderbolt of the Gods- IT'S A MUST SEE for anyone who wants to truly understand how the new rules of the galaxy work.





Scuze me guys but I gotta point out that the astute readers of the Lightworker thread have known of the Electric Universe theory from the earliest pages. Divinty became a huge proponent of aether plasma physics and the Thunderbolts website. Jeff Rense has also been a big fan.

I am pleased to see 'Thunderbolts' getting airplay over here and I eagerly await seeing what you savvy savants here will do with it.

Might want to gurggle Birkeland, father of the Electric Universe.

Rock on you crazy Bezerkers 5a
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Thanks Ahim-sa! Another fascinating thread - Huzzah!
I bet the old timer cosmologists are pooping rubber biscuits! Like to be a fly on that wall.
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Thanks Ahim-sa! Another fascinating thread - Huzzah!
I bet the old timer cosmologists are pooping rubber biscuits! Like to be a fly on that wall.
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omg, a belly laugh from me... thanks for that. It's rare. :)
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Rubber biscuits. Hah! Wonder if anyone has the heart to tell Hawking he's really a . . . . . nah, I better not go there.

Thing that always baffled me was that astro-nots circling the earth at a mere 100 miles up floated about like so much fluff and yet planets and galaxies separated by millions and trillions of miles are twirled and flung about by the same mysterious force called gravity.

Maybe Hawking and friends are just a big black hole that is about to collapse in upon itself. Ya think?
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I think it's precise enough, and I won't say more.

Enjoy the firework.
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His grammer is good and no mistakes until the word firework

Normally in a sentence like this, one would say "enjoy the fireworks", plural. Hmmmmmmmm?!
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Could this be related to the comet or astroid that is crossing the earths path in Oct or November. We will be passing through the tail and this could lead to some fragments in our path. rken
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Rubber biscuits. Hah! Wonder if anyone has the heart to tell Hawking he's really a . . . . . nah, I better not go there.

Thing that always baffled me was that astro-nots circling the earth at a mere 100 miles up floated about like so much fluff and yet planets and galaxies separated by millions and trillions of miles are twirled and flung about by the same mysterious force called gravity.

Maybe Hawking and friends are just a big black hole that is about to collapse in upon itself. Ya think?
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What, that his brains are toast? Recon he'll get his boxers in a wad over this new information? I don't see how it can be refuted, at a common sense level, of course. He and his groupies are done, methinks - yeah, a real black hole. His book was my sleeping pill for about a year, until I broke it's spine - I never did get through it.

I think that gravity thingy is relative, and I'm not so sure that it's the glue holding galaxies together, but we shall take this conversation to the proper venue later. I look forward to it.
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Observations about the Electrical nature of the universe.

I think you now see why I did not go on to a doctorate in physics. The current model is wrong on so many levels. Too many abberations explained with a cork plug. That is why I left academia in disgust.

However, even though the electrical model as presented by the conference (they really only rehashed and expanded upon earlier work but in a good way) is a intriguing and elegant model, it does not explain everything. As it stands now, it has it's own holes to plug.

Gravity is not explained. Strong vs weak nuclear forces are not explained adeuately. They are very close to explaining the particle/wave nature of the photon (or photon nature itself), but they have not matured the theory yet. The nature of magnetism. Time dialation. These are just a few of the problems. Not that they could not explain them, but it will take a lot of theorizing and experimenting to acertain the probabilities.



To be fair, remember that this is a very old theory, but still a very new resurection of it. So there has been realatively little research and experimentation to prove the theories. Only time and money can do that.

Hopefully, even given the huge lumbering beurocracy that is the world of physics, somewhere someone will ignore the dogma of science and allow this to be persued properly.
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A person that searches for the truth of an occurance, event, or conspiracy. They show a willingness to keep a open mind about new theories and subjects, a desire to invesigate relentlessly, apply information from whatever source to try to explain the problem, use their imagination and speculation freely, and always, ferociously and without stopping, reject lies and seek the truth. A group of people is a Team Bezerker. Originated on the Bezerk thread at Godlikeproductions.com

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A person that searches for the truth of an occurance, event, or conspiracy. They show a willingness to keep a open mind about new theories and subjects, a desire to invesigate relentlessly, apply information from whatever source to try to explain the problem, use their imagination and speculation freely, and always, ferociously and without stopping, reject lies and seek the truth. A group of people is a Team Bezerker. Originated on the Bezerk thread at Godlikeproductions.com

Are you going to be a bezerker on this thread?
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Congratulations Housedad. You've made history. Well done. :)
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Rubber biscuits. Hah! Wonder if anyone has the heart to tell Hawking he's really a . . . . . nah, I better not go there.

Thing that always baffled me was that astro-nots circling the earth at a mere 100 miles up floated about like so much fluff and yet planets and galaxies separated by millions and trillions of miles are twirled and flung about by the same mysterious force called gravity.

Maybe Hawking and friends are just a big black hole that is about to collapse in upon itself. Ya think?


What, that his brains are toast? Recon he'll get his boxers in a wad over this new information? I don't see how it can be refuted, at a common sense level, of course. He and his groupies are done, methinks - yeah, a real black hole. His book was my sleeping pill for about a year, until I broke it's spine - I never did get through it.

I think that gravity thingy is relative, and I'm not so sure that it's the glue holding galaxies together, but we shall take this conversation to the proper venue later. I look forward to it.
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That was my whole point, that Newtonian gravity fizics was preposterous. Einstien wasn't convinced either, but like quantum fizics, he couldn't come up with anything better.

Remember a couple of years ago they took Hawking up for a ride in the Vomit Comet? Wish I could been there to hear him do some 'splainin in that alien voice of his.
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Count me in!I have been on the thread since day 1!!!!Thanks Housedad!
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Observations about the Electrical nature of the universe.

I think you now see why I did not go on to a doctorate in physics. The current model is wrong on so many levels. Too many abberations explained with a cork plug. That is why I left academia in disgust.

However, even though the electrical model as presented by the conference (they really only rehashed and expanded upon earlier work but in a good way) is a intriguing and elegant model, it does not explain everything. As it stands now, it has it's own holes to plug.

Gravity is not explained. Strong vs weak nuclear forces are not explained adeuately. They are very close to explaining the particle/wave nature of the photon (or photon nature itself), but they have not matured the theory yet. The nature of magnetism. Time dialation. These are just a few of the problems. Not that they could not explain them, but it will take a lot of theorizing and experimenting to acertain the probabilities.



To be fair, remember that this is a very old theory, but still a very new resurection of it. So there has been realatively little research and experimentation to prove the theories. Only time and money can do that.

Hopefully, even given the huge lumbering beurocracy that is the world of physics, somewhere someone will ignore the dogma of science and allow this to be persued properly.
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Thank you, Pops, for the astute analysis. My interest in physics is late blooming but enthusiastic. Grateful for you to fill in the blanks.
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A person that searches for the truth of an occurance, event, or conspiracy. They show a willingness to keep a open mind about new theories and subjects, a desire to invesigate relentlessly, apply information from whatever source to try to explain the problem, use their imagination and speculation freely, and always, ferociously and without stopping, reject lies and seek the truth. A group of people is a Team Bezerker. Originated on the Bezerk thread at Godlikeproductions.com


Are you going to be a bezerker on this thread?


Congratulations Housedad. You've made history. Well done. :)
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Wow that's wonderful Housedad!!!
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Can we lukers be members of Team Bezerker?
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Bezerker

A person that searches for the truth of an occurance, event, or conspiracy. They show a willingness to keep a open mind about new theories and subjects, a desire to invesigate relentlessly, apply information from whatever source to try to explain the problem, use their imagination and speculation freely, and always, ferociously and without stopping, reject lies and seek the truth. A group of people is a Team Bezerker. Originated on the Bezerk thread at Godlikeproductions.com

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 Quoting: Housedad

Excellent-job well done Housedad.
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
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Bezerker

A person that searches for the truth of an occurance, event, or conspiracy. They show a willingness to keep a open mind about new theories and subjects, a desire to invesigate relentlessly, apply information from whatever source to try to explain the problem, use their imagination and speculation freely, and always, ferociously and without stopping, reject lies and seek the truth. A group of people is a Team Bezerker. Originated on the Bezerk thread at Godlikeproductions.com

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 Quoting: Housedad

Great job Housedad!!!

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