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Barack Obama under fire for grossly underestimating Gulf oil spill
White House commission finds that administration lost public trust and may have sabotaged clean-up operations
from Ghuwaaardian : ... .co.uk/environment/2010/sep/28/barack-obama-gulf-oil-spill
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I would love to see this truth stated in American MSM...
:) It is always just a blip and then gone.
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On the topic of algae fuel being brought to market some pages back...interesting article.

U.S. Navy Buys 20,000 Gallons Of Algae Fuel
September 17, 2010

...The U.S. Navy wants to get half of its fuel from sources other than oil, and algae makes a lot of sense for the Navy. I am well aware that turning algae into fuel is an intensive process. But I also imagine that down the road, it could streamlined to fit on a large naval vessel, which could theoretically never need to be refueled again, save for driving through an algae bloom.

...Nevermind the military implications… a fleet that never had to refuel would be a tremendous advantage, and it is something that could make its way into commercial shipping as well.

[link to gas2.org]

BEZERK: Fuel for Thought
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Great article catch :D
and great slogan !!! ... lol :P

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I am a post pirate of 4chan levels today:


>>MURMANSK – The No. 3 reactor block of the embattled Kola Nuclear Power Plant was shut down today by its automatic switch off in what is a seeming series of more and more incidents at the Kola, and well as other Russian NPPs. Anna Kireeva, Charles Digges, 28/09-2010 - Translated by Charles Digges

In a release on Kola NPP’s website, operators said that, “at 1:38 am on September 28, the automatic protection switch of the No. 3 reactor block shut the unit down as a result of a malfunction in one of the elements in the system responsible for pressure control in the first compartment. The reason for the malfunction is being ascertained.”

Ironically, the malfunction falls on the Russian national holiday celebrating workers of the nuclear industry, September 28. Kola NPP is located 200 kilometres south of the Kola Peninsula’s regional centre of Murmansk in Russia’s Far Northwest.

full article here:
[link to www.bellona.org]
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Were there UFO's in the neighbourhood ????
disarming the subs nuclear reactors ? ...lol...
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HA! First thing I searched, second was earthquakes -- found nothing in that area that's showing up as of now.
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marinetraffic does not appear to be available.

Is it just my computer or is the site down? Will someone please check. Thanks
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Unrelated perhaps... I was listening to some Persian music last night and almost fell into a trance... I find it hard to believe that a nation with so much wisdom in their ancient blood would go so far into the realm of fanatism without some kind of larger vision.

My 2cents on Iran.



Fairlight, I disagree. The descendants of Ishmael are the Arabs, of Semitic origins just like the Jewish people (all are sons of Abraham). The Persians are Caucasians, and not of the same racial heritage at all - this is one reason they have been at odds with the Arabic countries (Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Palestinians, etc). Their original religion came from Zoroaster, and they found their own form of Islam by blending it with Zoroastrianism into an Ismailian (Shi-ite)lineage of Islam.


I appreciate that. Originally they were. But centuries of inter-breeding and slavery and war has changed that.

"For the longest time Iran existed as an empire extending to borders of India, engulfing all of present day Afghanistan and central Asia. Iran has been ruled more years by Central Asian and Turkish dynasties than so-called Persian rulers. Centuries of rule by Slajughian, Safavids, and various Mongol dynasties have marked Iran and Iranians forever. And let's not forget that the last dynasty before the Pahlavis, was the Turkish Qajar. In recent history Azarbaijan had an essential role in the inception and development of the Constitutional Revolution and two of Iran's greatest heroes, Sattar Khan and Bagher Khan just happened to be Azaris. "
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Every area of the Middle East has experienced layers of conquest over the millenia. However, Turks and Azaris are also Caucasian (not counting the Kurds)...so my original assertion still stands. By and large, Persians certainly do not see themselves as Arabic at all. They are also very different in appearance, except for Allmadinthehead, who is part Jewish and looks it (not discriminating, just trying to keep the roots somewhat less tangled than they already are).
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Unrelated perhaps... I was listening to some Persian music last night and almost fell into a trance... I find it hard to believe that a nation with so much wisdom in their ancient blood would go so far into the realm of fanatism without some kind of larger vision.

My 2cents on Iran.
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Mentat! So happy you have decided to stay. I want to double down on Middle Eastern music in general...love it!
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Holy crap we have a US Navy research vessel over the DOME now!

[link to www.marinetraffic.com]

[link to www.globalsecurity.org]
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On the topic of algae fuel being brought to market some pages back...interesting article.

U.S. Navy Buys 20,000 Gallons Of Algae Fuel
September 17, 2010

...The U.S. Navy wants to get half of its fuel from sources other than oil, and algae makes a lot of sense for the Navy. I am well aware that turning algae into fuel is an intensive process. But I also imagine that down the road, it could streamlined to fit on a large naval vessel, which could theoretically never need to be refueled again, save for driving through an algae bloom.

...Nevermind the military implications… a fleet that never had to refuel would be a tremendous advantage, and it is something that could make its way into commercial shipping as well.

[link to gas2.org]

BEZERK: Fuel for Thought


Great article catch :D
and great slogan !!! ... lol :P
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Thanks Krispy
I feel it's important to add a little lightheartedness in with all the heavy subjects we discuss.
Glad you enjoy!
hf
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Holy crap we have a US Navy research vessel over the DOME now!

[link to www.marinetraffic.com]

[link to www.globalsecurity.org]
 Quoting: American Mentat


Tnx for your help AM hf
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working here. showing 707 total vessels in GOM
(Texas to Florida)
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On the topic of algae fuel being brought to market some pages back...interesting article.

U.S. Navy Buys 20,000 Gallons Of Algae Fuel
September 17, 2010

...The U.S. Navy wants to get half of its fuel from sources other than oil, and algae makes a lot of sense for the Navy. I am well aware that turning algae into fuel is an intensive process. But I also imagine that down the road, it could streamlined to fit on a large naval vessel, which could theoretically never need to be refueled again, save for driving through an algae bloom.

...Nevermind the military implications… a fleet that never had to refuel would be a tremendous advantage, and it is something that could make its way into commercial shipping as well.

[link to gas2.org]

BEZERK: Fuel for Thought
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My thought is that there would be mutiny by the crew due to no shore leave
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marinetraffic does not appear to be available.

Is it just my computer or is the site down? Will someone please check. Thanks


Holy crap we have a US Navy research vessel over the DOME now!

[link to www.marinetraffic.com]

[link to www.globalsecurity.org]
 Quoting: American Mentat



Thanks for checking.

Wiki:

"History of operations

There is no record of the experiments or other underwater research work performed by this vessel"

and I don't guess we'll be getting any reports of activity connected with underwater research.
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to make the same mistake twice is stupid


Which is also, "human".

yes a stupid human
sorry but one has to learn from experience or he is left behind on the curve
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Have you ever been married?
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Complexity ‘allows organisms to adapt to environmental change’
September 28, 2010
[link to truthdive.com]

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A new study has revealed that instead of decreasing an organism’s ability to adapt to environmental changes, complexity in fact boosts it.

The study focused on a genetic phenomenon called pleiotropy, in which a single gene affects more than one trait. Pleiotropy is important in development, aging and many evolutionary processes but is difficult to measure, and its general patterns are poorly understood, said Jianzhi “George” Zhang.

Fisher, who first wrote about the cost of complexity, argued that random mutations are more likely to benefit simple organisms than complex organisms.
According to evolutionary geneticist H. Allen Orr, even if a mutation benefits a complex organism, it’s unlikely to spread throughout the whole population and become “fixed.
Although Fisher’s observation still holds, reversing Orr’s assertions minimizes its impact, thus reducing the cost of complexity.

“This means a simple organism is not best, and a very complex organism is not best; some intermediate level of complexity is best in terms of the adaptation rate,” Zhang said.



>> Think Bezerkers what this means for
- AUgie:
"even if a mutation benefits a complex organism, it’s unlikely to spread throughout the whole population and become “fixed"
> The Origional vs the Nano-bot version ...

- other organisms in the GOM affected by the corexit-mixture that cauzes damage and mutations :
"random mutations are more likely to benefit simple organisms"
> What we have been watching on live-feeds from BP ... the strange creatures ... might be examples of these random mutations ...

- what that means for our own strains:
"in which a single gene affects more than one trait. Pleiotropy is important in development, aging and many evolutionary processes"
> Makes me think about that third dna-strain ....
Many things like corexit-spread through rains and storms, poisoned fish, fish that will adapt to the geneticaly engeneered bacteria and algae ... etc ... all that might cauze many random mutations in people as well,
severity or percentage of succes according to the functions of one's immunesystem (strong or weak) ...


Do you guys see what I think ?
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Gyre doing a long slow cruise over the Dome, just like the Arctic Sunrise and the Discoverer Enterprise. [link to www.marinetraffic.com]

Now, with all that (very expensive) activity, can someone with a straight face NOT tell me that something is going on!

[link to blog.alexanderhiggins.com]

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to make the same mistake twice is stupid


Which is also, "human".

yes a stupid human
sorry but one has to learn from experience or he is left behind on the curve


Have you ever been married?
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well every rule has an exception (thats what defines a rule)
i see where you are going
and yes you are right about that
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On the topic of algae fuel being brought to market some pages back...interesting article.

U.S. Navy Buys 20,000 Gallons Of Algae Fuel
September 17, 2010

...The U.S. Navy wants to get half of its fuel from sources other than oil, and algae makes a lot of sense for the Navy. I am well aware that turning algae into fuel is an intensive process. But I also imagine that down the road, it could streamlined to fit on a large naval vessel, which could theoretically never need to be refueled again, save for driving through an algae bloom.

...Nevermind the military implications… a fleet that never had to refuel would be a tremendous advantage, and it is something that could make its way into commercial shipping as well.

[link to gas2.org]

BEZERK: Fuel for Thought


My thought is that there would be mutiny by the crew due to no shore leave
cry
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You're Tutu much! lol Gotta love dem eyes that see!
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Unrelated perhaps... I was listening to some Persian music last night and almost fell into a trance... I find it hard to believe that a nation with so much wisdom in their ancient blood would go so far into the realm of fanatism without some kind of larger vision.

My 2cents on Iran.

Every area of the Middle East has experienced layers of conquest over the millenia. However, Turks and Azaris are also Caucasian (not counting the Kurds)...so my original assertion still stands. By and large, Persians certainly do not see themselves as Arabic at all. They are also very different in appearance, except for Allmadinthehead, who is part Jewish and looks it (not discriminating, just trying to keep the roots somewhat less tangled than they already are).
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I believe we are thinking on the subject in different spheres.

The literal seed of Ishmael would be one sphere and the religion of Ishmael, Muslim, would be another sphere.

I guess you could say " not all Arabs are Muslim and not all
Muslims are Arab.

Muhammad was a descendent of Ishmael and Islam was and is a major religion of many of the races and nations and has played a huge part in many different cultures including Persia. Ishamael was a man, Islam is the religion that comes from Ismael the person (via Muhammad) therefore it gets confusing and hard to draw thre lines.
I believe this conversation began with AM and the words being used "Persian, Iran, and fanaticism. Thanks for the conversation :)
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On the topic of algae fuel being brought to market some pages back...interesting article.

U.S. Navy Buys 20,000 Gallons Of Algae Fuel
September 17, 2010

...The U.S. Navy wants to get half of its fuel from sources other than oil, and algae makes a lot of sense for the Navy. I am well aware that turning algae into fuel is an intensive process. But I also imagine that down the road, it could streamlined to fit on a large naval vessel, which could theoretically never need to be refueled again, save for driving through an algae bloom.

...Nevermind the military implications… a fleet that never had to refuel would be a tremendous advantage, and it is something that could make its way into commercial shipping as well.

[link to gas2.org]

BEZERK: Fuel for Thought


My thought is that there would be mutiny by the crew due to no shore leave
cry


You're Tutu much! lol Gotta love dem eyes that see!
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Don't get me wrong - personally, I adore long passages. I could live out of sight of land for a real long time and love it. However, even the saltiest dawgs I have known get a bit edgy after a month at sea.
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A bit off-topic and also not.

Since we talked about UFO's yesterday,
I will post this coz it is interesting in the speculation
if the reported thing MIGHT BE something else then what is said in the snippet ... ;)


Magnetic anomalies shield the Moon
(EDIT to post link :) [link to www.physorg.com]


snip:

Magnetized regions called magnetic anomalies, mostly on the far side of the Moon, were found to strongly deflect the solar wind, shielding the Moon’s surface.
... Observational evidence for these findings were presented by Drs. Yoshifumi Futaana and Martin Wieser at the European Planetary Science Congress in Rome, on Friday 24th September.


Atmosphere-less bodies interact with the solar wind quite differently than the Earth: Their surfaces are exposed without any shielding by a dense atmosphere or magnetosphere. This causes them to be heavily weathered by meteoroids or the solar wind, forming a very rough and chaotic surface called regolith. Previously, the solar wind was thought to be completely absorbed by regolith. However, recent explorations of the Earth's moon by the Chang'E-1, Kaguya and Chandrayaan-1 spacecrafts have revealed that this interaction is not that simple.

A significant flux of high energy particles was found to originate from the lunar surface, most probably due to the solar wind directly reflected off the Moon’s regolith. “These results may change dramatically the way we understood the solar wind-regolith interaction so far,” says Dr. Futaana of the Swedish Institute of Space Physics. “Since the solar wind is one potential source of water on the Moon, we need to make better models of the lunar hydrogen circulation in order to understand how water molecules form in its upper layers. Also, it will be possible to remotely investigate the solar wind-surface interaction on other airless bodies, such as Mercury or the Martian moon Phobos, by imaging the energetic hydrogen atoms that are reflected back to space when the solar wind hits their surface,” he adds.




>>The FAR SIDE .... guys wake up !!!!!

... who sais it is not comming from whats under the surface ?
It was discussed before that our moon but also Phobos (and Deimos) could be artificial stations made by our alien friends ...
What if these fluxes of high energy particles ar due to "action" beneath the surface ? (INSIDE the -holow- moon(s) ??) ...

AND it (the article above) was said at that congress in Rome !!!
Again a piece of info that works towards a certain DISCLOSURE ?? ....

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Don't get me wrong - personally, I adore long passages. I could live out of sight of land for a real long time and love it. However, even the saltiest dawgs I have known get a bit edgy after a month at sea.
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I admire you Tutu and anyone else that has spent time at sea. It seems like such an adventure but I have alwats been afraid of vast open waters, not to mention I am extremely susceptible to motion sickness. Bugger (darn).
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A bit off-topic and also not.

Since we talked about UFO's yesterday,
I will post this coz it is interesting in the speculation
if the reported thing MIGHT BE something else then what is said in the snippet ... ;)


Magnetic anomalies shield the Moon
(EDIT to post link :) [link to www.physorg.com]


snip:

Magnetized regions called magnetic anomalies, mostly on the far side of the Moon, were found to strongly deflect the solar wind, shielding the Moon’s surface.
... Observational evidence for these findings were presented by Drs. Yoshifumi Futaana and Martin Wieser at the European Planetary Science Congress in Rome, on Friday 24th September.


Atmosphere-less bodies interact with the solar wind quite differently than the Earth: Their surfaces are exposed without any shielding by a dense atmosphere or magnetosphere. This causes them to be heavily weathered by meteoroids or the solar wind, forming a very rough and chaotic surface called regolith. Previously, the solar wind was thought to be completely absorbed by regolith. However, recent explorations of the Earth's moon by the Chang'E-1, Kaguya and Chandrayaan-1 spacecrafts have revealed that this interaction is not that simple.

A significant flux of high energy particles was found to originate from the lunar surface, most probably due to the solar wind directly reflected off the Moon’s regolith. “These results may change dramatically the way we understood the solar wind-regolith interaction so far,” says Dr. Futaana of the Swedish Institute of Space Physics. “Since the solar wind is one potential source of water on the Moon, we need to make better models of the lunar hydrogen circulation in order to understand how water molecules form in its upper layers. Also, it will be possible to remotely investigate the solar wind-surface interaction on other airless bodies, such as Mercury or the Martian moon Phobos, by imaging the energetic hydrogen atoms that are reflected back to space when the solar wind hits their surface,” he adds.




>>The FAR SIDE .... guys wake up !!!!!

... who sais it is not comming from whats under the surface ?
It was discussed before that our moon but also Phobos (and Deimos) could be artificial stations made by our alien friends ...
What if these fluxes of high energy particles ar due to "action" beneath the surface ? (INSIDE the -holow- moon(s) ??) ...
AND it was said at that congress in Rome !!!
Again a piece of info that works towards a certain DISCLOSURE ?? ....
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never done this but

SUPER bumpon this one
very very relevant to all that is going on here
oh such a huge story not enough words to describe
this is good and bad for us on earth
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More reports of flesh-eating bacteria in the Gulf -- Feds funding how it will be affected by oil


One of the death is a 12 years old boy who a a small sore on his foot and walked on the beach in the Gulf.

This is insane....

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2010, the year we made contact ?

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Gyre doing a long slow cruise over the Dome, just like the Arctic Sunrise and the Discoverer Enterprise. [link to www.marinetraffic.com]

Now, with all that (very expensive) activity, can someone with a straight face NOT tell me that something is going on!

[link to blog.alexanderhiggins.com]
 Quoting: American Mentat


The illustration of the 22-mile long plume of hydrocarbon material makes it easier to imagination Woodie's description of an tar-ball reef.

The illustration also shows quite clearly that the actual plume begins some distance from the BP blowout well, and not at the well.

Yes, these research ships don't appear to have a particular interest in the plume reef, but only in the dome(s) near the well.
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More reports of flesh-eating bacteria in the Gulf -- Feds funding how it will be affected by oil


One of the death is a 12 years old boy who a a small sore on his foot and walked on the beach in the Gulf.

This is insane....

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Yes LFY, this is crazy. When I was a kid, my parents took us to Panama City Beach for vacation in the summers. No big fancy hotels in the early days, just beachside camper parks and lots and lots of open beach. If we had a scratch or stubbed toe, Mom told us it'll heal when we got to the beach, and it always did! The salt water was very curing.
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2010, the year we made contact ?

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Thread: UVB-76 - Important message in 16 days. (Page 11)
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I have felt this is connected to the disclosures since I heard the details of this "code-based" entity, Stuxnet.
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I wonder if the "Hang Out" is still at PC Beach? Does any know?

Rocky, are you on board?
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More reports of flesh-eating bacteria in the Gulf -- Feds funding how it will be affected by oil


One of the death is a 12 years old boy who a a small sore on his foot and walked on the beach in the Gulf.

This is insane....

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Live for Yahweh 1060540

I wonder how many more have lost their lives to this parasite? Are the Gulf waters being tested for it/ If so and if it is present I believe a nationwide warning should be issued. All these folks who died had comprimised immune systems and superficial wounds. Some were infected in the ocean but one women died as a result of cleaning seafood.

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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
Gyre doing a long slow cruise over the Dome, just like the Arctic Sunrise and the Discoverer Enterprise. [link to www.marinetraffic.com]

Now, with all that (very expensive) activity, can someone with a straight face NOT tell me that something is going on!

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BP research vessel Ocean Veritas is there now.
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