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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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'Bezerkers' where in a '2000 AD' comic strip about thirty years ago.

The term did not originate from here.


thanks mate,but we are up with that. BEZERK is taken from the title of the thread. its a code word for a level of conflict or drama. its also an aboration of the viking term "beserk" .we have just adopted it. and thanks to one of our more tuned in members, given it new meaning. ASTERIX?? was that the cartoon?
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Not Asterix.

They where in strip called 'Slaine' in the comic '2000 AD'.

Slaine was a barbarian warrior, a bezerker, who went on a killing rampage against a bunch of orgots (organic robots) that where controlled by aliens ...

... or something very similar, it is a while since I read them :)
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Slaine was a barbarian warrior, a bezerker, who went on a killing rampage against a bunch of orgots (organic robots) that where controlled by aliens ...
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Amazing, that is very close to the theme of this thread lol
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I'm sorry for being so long in posting this... Since I have a very slow net connection (see Australian Governemnt's hi-tech skills! [oh, and Mr Abbott's smoke signals and wet string]).....

Anyway, a couple of thoughts and comments.....

A few years ago, ABC TV (Australia) had an article on a researcher in Perth, W.A., who had been given some core samples from (I think) some North Rankin holes. On looking at these rock samples under an electron microscope, she saw what looked like organic signs. On extracting the 'bugs', it was found there were several types, and they had 4 distinct states, from well sub-virus in size up to large bacterial, and they could morph between these states. I think the researcher was at Curtin University.....

As for the nuke option, maybe we should remember Michael Crighton's 'Andromeda Strain', a bug that thrived on nuke and heat - the only way to control it was to cut off all energy to it.....

I have also had a few friends in various sources, including the armed forces, and some of the tales they have told me indicate that the various published 'facts' are not always correct,
* like most subs and ships able to go much faster than listed,
* like an OZ sub almost sunk whilst in a river to our north (sank soon after),
* crayfish shell 4" (100mm) thick from a deep sea sample,
* echo sounder going off the scale at 40,000 foot depth,
* water from an artesian bore in outback New SOuth Wales had leaves in it from a tree in a remote valley in New Guinea that were 500 years old,
and many more.....

keep the interest going......


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Be proud of yourselves. You are official Bezerkers. The very first. You all earned it!
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Slaine was a barbarian warrior, a bezerker, who went on a killing rampage against a bunch of orgots (organic robots) that where controlled by aliens ...
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Amazing, that is very close to the theme of this thread lol
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damned

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I'm sorry for being so long in posting this... Since I have a very slow net connection (see Australian Governemnt's hi-tech skills! [oh, and Mr Abbott's smoke signals and wet string]).....

Anyway, a couple of thoughts and comments.....

A few years ago, ABC TV (Australia) had an article on a researcher in Perth, W.A., who had been given some core samples from (I think) some North Rankin holes. On looking at these rock samples under an electron microscope, she saw what looked like organic signs. On extracting the 'bugs', it was found there were several types, and they had 4 distinct states, from well sub-virus in size up to large bacterial, and they could morph between these states. I think the researcher was at Curtin University.....

As for the nuke option, maybe we should remember Michael Crighton's 'Andromeda Strain', a bug that thrived on nuke and heat - the only way to control it was to cut off all energy to it.....

I have also had a few friends in various sources, including the armed forces, and some of the tales they have told me indicate that the various published 'facts' are not always correct,
* like most subs and ships able to go much faster than listed,
* like an OZ sub almost sunk whilst in a river to our north (sank soon after),
* crayfish shell 4" (100mm) thick from a deep sea sample,
* echo sounder going off the scale at 40,000 foot depth,
* water from an artesian bore in outback New SOuth Wales had leaves in it from a tree in a remote valley in New Guinea that were 500 years old,
and many more.....

keep the interest going......


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Tnx 4 a most interresting post !!!
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Slaine : [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Slaine the BeRSerker ?

[link to www.comicvine.com]
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Slaine : [link to en.wikipedia.org]


Slaine the BeRSerker ?

[link to www.comicvine.com]
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Berserker
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
-snip-
...Most historians believe that berserkers worked themselves into a rage before battle, but some think that they might have consumed drugged foods...
...Berserkers appear prominently in a multitude of other sagas and poems, many of which describe berserkers as ravenous men who loot, plunder, and kill indiscriminately...

don't mix up with BEZERKER afro
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I'm sorry for being so long in posting this... Since I have a very slow net connection (see Australian Governemnt's hi-tech skills! [oh, and Mr Abbott's smoke signals and wet string]).....

Anyway, a couple of thoughts and comments.....

A few years ago, ABC TV (Australia) had an article on a researcher in Perth, W.A., who had been given some core samples from (I think) some North Rankin holes. On looking at these rock samples under an electron microscope, she saw what looked like organic signs. On extracting the 'bugs', it was found there were several types, and they had 4 distinct states, from well sub-virus in size up to large bacterial, and they could morph between these states. I think the researcher was at Curtin University.....

As for the nuke option, maybe we should remember Michael Crighton's 'Andromeda Strain', a bug that thrived on nuke and heat - the only way to control it was to cut off all energy to it.....

I have also had a few friends in various sources, including the armed forces, and some of the tales they have told me indicate that the various published 'facts' are not always correct,
* like most subs and ships able to go much faster than listed,
* like an OZ sub almost sunk whilst in a river to our north (sank soon after),
* crayfish shell 4" (100mm) thick from a deep sea sample,
* echo sounder going off the scale at 40,000 foot depth,
* water from an artesian bore in outback New SOuth Wales had leaves in it from a tree in a remote valley in New Guinea that were 500 years old,
and many more.....

keep the interest going......


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1013622


Fascinating. The subs going faster I well knew already but not the others. I would love to dig up those stories and I think I will. Thanks.

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Undocking of Soyuz TMA-18 postponed until Saturday

The departure of the Russian Soyuz TMA-18 spaceship from the International Space Station (ISS) was delayed on Friday for technical reasons and will be postponed until Saturday

A new Russian Soyuz TMA-01M spaceship equipped with a new digital computing and telemetric system will blast off from the Baikonur space center in Kazakhstan on October 8.

[link to en.rian.ru]
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nice goin housey

and 'bezerk' can be known as a specific neural electron firing sequence causing the subject to forget lifelong programming and access a seemingly impossible situation with clear clairvoyance and logical fact finding creating a bigger and clearer picture that is palatable for the masses

nice going house
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nice goin housey

and 'bezerk' can be known as a specific neural electron firing sequence causing the subject to forget lifelong programming and access a seemingly impossible situation with clear clairvoyance and logical fact finding creating a bigger and clearer picture that is palatable for the masses

nice going house
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Hey, I was gonna say that...lol^^^^^^

Way to go House..
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The things that I end up searching on this thread. These two Off topic links are a must see.

Giant Crawdads

[link to www.cryptomundo.com]


I can only call this link "Weird New Zealand" But it does have a really huge crawdad picture:


[link to www.newzealand.0me.com]
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Be proud of yourselves. You are official Bezerkers. The very first. You all earned it!

applause

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The new definition is published online now.

[link to www.urbandictionary.com]

..
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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Haven't caught up yet, but saw this and wondered if it has been posted here yet this morning...

[link to www.zambianews.net]

Mystery force in space baffles NASA


A force in space is hindering the journey of a NASA spacecraft.

Scientists have been baffled by a mysterious phenomenon that has prevented the craft from moving further into outer space.

Described as a force that defies all laws of nature, they have said gravity laws may eventually need to be changed.

Defying all previously-known theories about the universe, the strange force that gently pushes spacecraft away from outer space was discovered last year when the spacecraft Pioneer 10 was stopped in its path by the unknown phenomenon.

Researchers for NASA have said the force could be a totally new phenomenon that does not fall under familiar titles such as gravity or electromagnetic power.

A tangible scientific explanation has not been put forward for the fact that the Pioneer 10 left the solar system to start its voyage in a space where there is no solar radiation or planets to attract it toward their orbits.

~snip

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nice goin housey

and 'bezerk' can be known as a specific neural electron firing sequence causing the subject to forget lifelong programming and access a seemingly impossible situation with clear clairvoyance and logical fact finding creating a bigger and clearer picture that is palatable for the masses

nice going house
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Wow .... should add that to the dictionary too !!!!!
You have a clear voyance on it too Dhlos :D:D:D

afro
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Be proud of yourselves. You are official Bezerkers. The very first. You all earned it!

applause

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The new definition is published online now.

[link to www.urbandictionary.com]

..
 Quoting: Housedad

OMG, did you see the #2 definition in lowercase B? lol!!!
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I'm sorry for being so long in posting this... Since I have a very slow net connection (see Australian Governemnt's hi-tech skills! [oh, and Mr Abbott's smoke signals and wet string]).....

Anyway, a couple of thoughts and comments.....

A few years ago, ABC TV (Australia) had an article on a researcher in Perth, W.A., who had been given some core samples from (I think) some North Rankin holes. On looking at these rock samples under an electron microscope, she saw what looked like organic signs. On extracting the 'bugs', it was found there were several types, and they had 4 distinct states, from well sub-virus in size up to large bacterial, and they could morph between these states. I think the researcher was at Curtin University.....

As for the nuke option, maybe we should remember Michael Crighton's 'Andromeda Strain', a bug that thrived on nuke and heat - the only way to control it was to cut off all energy to it.....

I have also had a few friends in various sources, including the armed forces, and some of the tales they have told me indicate that the various published 'facts' are not always correct,
* like most subs and ships able to go much faster than listed,
* like an OZ sub almost sunk whilst in a river to our north (sank soon after),
* crayfish shell 4" (100mm) thick from a deep sea sample,
* echo sounder going off the scale at 40,000 foot depth,
* water from an artesian bore in outback New SOuth Wales had leaves in it from a tree in a remote valley in New Guinea that were 500 years old,
and many more.....

keep the interest going......


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1013622

thanks cobber, enjoyed the read. my internet is slowwwww too but i curse telstra. im not familiar with most of those published facts but i remember reading a couple of years ago about the artesian river that flows into australia from papua nue guinea.Facinating. Some large mining companies are doing some scary stuff polluting this country that has very little enviro safeguards. these pollutants could get into the ground water and end up destroying even more than the local artesian water.Gold mining use alot of cyanide and this in tailings(often flushed down rivers) initially depletes oxegen that kills most life. Cn breaks down under uv and is diluted of coarse. but whats almost more worrying is how Cn acts as a solvent and dissolves minerals into solution (hence its importance to gold extraction) minerals like copper,arsnic,heavy metals etc. when these elements combine they make some seriously nasty stuff.copper-arsenic CuAs is the deadly greenstuff used to treat timber. it could be coming to a well near you.
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Haven't caught up yet, but saw this and wondered if it has been posted here yet this morning...

[link to www.zambianews.net]

Mystery force in space baffles NASA


A force in space is hindering the journey of a NASA spacecraft.

Scientists have been baffled by a mysterious phenomenon that has prevented the craft from moving further into outer space.

Described as a force that defies all laws of nature, they have said gravity laws may eventually need to be changed.

Defying all previously-known theories about the universe, the strange force that gently pushes spacecraft away from outer space was discovered last year when the spacecraft Pioneer 10 was stopped in its path by the unknown phenomenon.

Researchers for NASA have said the force could be a totally new phenomenon that does not fall under familiar titles such as gravity or electromagnetic power.

A tangible scientific explanation has not been put forward for the fact that the Pioneer 10 left the solar system to start its voyage in a space where there is no solar radiation or planets to attract it toward their orbits.

~snip
 Quoting: Tex Tamale


Could it be the LAW of CONSCIOUSNESS ???
...lol...


FANTASTIC find tex !!!!!!!!!
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Be proud of yourselves. You are official Bezerkers. The very first. You all earned it!

applause

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The new definition is published online now.

[link to www.urbandictionary.com]

..

OMG, did you see the #2 definition in lowercase B? lol!!!
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>either a boat ride at kings dominion amusement park or a man who performs fellatio on other random men who practices judaism.
I wonder if that was put in there by one of those jokers who kept putting up BS flags?
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Alright, so I never took the idea of underground river systems seriously enough to start a search. I happened to do it just now.

While not a entirely reliable source, the following link is interesting anyway.

[link to www.angelfire.com]
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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Many magazines have somebody who is artist on staff for illustrations. I sent Nexus Dude a letter asking if he had one who could help us with T-shirts.
Several hours...No answer.
He must still be laughing. 1rof1
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Many magazines have somebody who is artist on staff for illustrations. I sent Nexus Dude a letter asking if he had one who could help us with T-shirts.
Several hours...No answer.
He must still be laughing. 1rof1
 Quoting: Hans The Magnificent



Art Department - sigh - I wish.
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Haven't caught up yet, but saw this and wondered if it has been posted here yet this morning...

[link to www.zambianews.net]

Mystery force in space baffles NASA


A force in space is hindering the journey of a NASA spacecraft.

Scientists have been baffled by a mysterious phenomenon that has prevented the craft from moving further into outer space.

Described as a force that defies all laws of nature, they have said gravity laws may eventually need to be changed.

Defying all previously-known theories about the universe, the strange force that gently pushes spacecraft away from outer space was discovered last year when the spacecraft Pioneer 10 was stopped in its path by the unknown phenomenon.

Researchers for NASA have said the force could be a totally new phenomenon that does not fall under familiar titles such as gravity or electromagnetic power.

A tangible scientific explanation has not been put forward for the fact that the Pioneer 10 left the solar system to start its voyage in a space where there is no solar radiation or planets to attract it toward their orbits.

~snip


Could it be the LAW of CONSCIOUSNESS ???
...lol...


FANTASTIC find tex !!!!!!!!!
5a
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did i ever tell you about Cerberus krisp?
;)

fantastic find Tex
myth meats science
the infamous barrier is mainstream
great find Tex
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BWAAAHHAHHHAHHA lmao

Did you click on the link above the definition about buy your own bezerker hats, mugs and t-shirts?

IF you do, the page has picks of various items and the computer has put the word and definitions of bezerker on them.
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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Alright, so I never took the idea of underground river systems seriously enough to start a search. I happened to do it just now.

While not a entirely reliable source, the following link is interesting anyway.

[link to www.angelfire.com]
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epic find housedad. your fast becoming one of my heros.
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Many magazines have somebody who is artist on staff for illustrations. I sent Nexus Dude a letter asking if he had one who could help us with T-shirts.
Several hours...No answer.
He must still be laughing. 1rof1
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i love the cartoons in nexus, maybe that artist can be applied???? might cost though.

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