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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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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]

BP research vessel Ocean Veritas is there now.
 Quoting: childoflight


The Pisces, NOT the TOISA Pisces, is also conducting survey/ROV ops in the area. They have been doing a thorough survey of the area to the west of the wellhead today.

That is where most of the undersea piping is supposedly located, which could just have to do with the fact that this is also where a number of the "natural" seeps are located.
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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]

BP research vessel Ocean Veritas is there now.


The Pisces, NOT the TOISA Pisces, is also conducting survey/ROV ops in the area. They have been doing a thorough survey of the area to the west of the wellhead today.

That is where most of the undersea piping is supposedly located, which could just have to do with the fact that this is also where a number of the "natural" seeps are located.
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AM, tracking shows Pisces eastwardly of Gyre. I am looking at another "Pisces?"
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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]

BP research vessel Ocean Veritas is there now.


The Pisces, NOT the TOISA Pisces, is also conducting survey/ROV ops in the area. They have been doing a thorough survey of the area to the west of the wellhead today.

That is where most of the undersea piping is supposedly located, which could just have to do with the fact that this is also where a number of the "natural" seeps are located.



AM, tracking shows Pisces eastwardly of Gyre. I am looking at another "Pisces?"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1113253


Pisces due west of the well on a SW steam, and the Gyre to the SW of the well and SSW of the Pisces.

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I have watched marinetraffic at fairly regular times and have not found any research type activity over the area of the plume-reef which, as AM states, is generally the area where the most of the undersea pipe highway extends.

The interest seems to be over and between the domes. The Gyre has circled easterly of the dome today.
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You guys are going to freak: all these ship names have mystical connections.

(Latin gyrus, a spiral): A gyre is a spiral or circular motion. WB Yeats uses the image of a gyre in "The Second Coming" as his private symbol for the forces of history, taking the idea from medieval falconry. ...

web.cn.edu/KWHEELER/lit_terms_G.html

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I have watched marinetraffic at fairly regular times and have not found any research type activity over the area of the plume-reef which, as AM states, is generally the area where the most of the undersea pipe highway extends.

The interest seems to be over and between the domes. The Gyre has circled easterly of the dome today.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1113253


I am saying that I have seen slow movement of these ships over the area to the south of the Discoverer Enterprise and the west of the wellhead. I think we are talking past each other about specific areas, we are seeing the same thing! :)
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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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Talking about the Moon...When I was working for a large aerospace company here in Washington state <guess who> I heard a few stories, one of which was that the reason USA got to the moon and then suddenly stopped was that they found they were not the first to be on the moon, in fact there appears to be a very substantial mining operation going on. Ground Control studied the situation and sent word to LEAVE...Quickly! And they never went back. I was shown 8X10 prints of something that looked a little like those cranes on top of buildings, only huge that seemed to be digging on side of crater. If I was driving a little Lunar Rover and came over a hill and saw that I would soon find out how fast that thing would go in reverse.
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I have watched marinetraffic at fairly regular times and have not found any research type activity over the area of the plume-reef which, as AM states, is generally the area where the most of the undersea pipe highway extends.

The interest seems to be over and between the domes. The Gyre has circled easterly of the dome today.


I am saying that I have seen slow movement of these ships over the area to the south of the Discoverer Enterprise and the west of the wellhead. I think we are talking past each other about specific areas, we are seeing the same thing! :)
 Quoting: American Mentat

Where the heck did the BP research vessel go? I can't find it now!!!!!
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I have watched marinetraffic at fairly regular times and have not found any research type activity over the area of the plume-reef which, as AM states, is generally the area where the most of the undersea pipe highway extends.

The interest seems to be over and between the domes. The Gyre has circled easterly of the dome today.


I am saying that I have seen slow movement of these ships over the area to the south of the Discoverer Enterprise and the west of the wellhead. I think we are talking past each other about specific areas, we are seeing the same thing! :)

Where the heck did the BP research vessel go? I can't find it now!!!!!
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I still have it on MT: [link to www.marinetraffic.com]
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I have watched marinetraffic at fairly regular times and have not found any research type activity over the area of the plume-reef which, as AM states, is generally the area where the most of the undersea pipe highway extends.

The interest seems to be over and between the domes. The Gyre has circled easterly of the dome today.


I am saying that I have seen slow movement of these ships over the area to the south of the Discoverer Enterprise and the west of the wellhead. I think we are talking past each other about specific areas, we are seeing the same thing! :)
 Quoting: American Mentat



AM, can you, or any other reader, look at the terrain on marinetraffic and describe the location of the 22-mile plume reef relative to the major domes?

I have not been able to understand why there is so little apparent interest in the plume and its texture and contents. Do they think they have it figured out? Or, due to limited resources and a higher priority, time is spent over and between the domes?
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Is this it, Hans?


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I have watched marinetraffic at fairly regular times and have not found any research type activity over the area of the plume-reef which, as AM states, is generally the area where the most of the undersea pipe highway extends.

The interest seems to be over and between the domes. The Gyre has circled easterly of the dome today.


I am saying that I have seen slow movement of these ships over the area to the south of the Discoverer Enterprise and the west of the wellhead. I think we are talking past each other about specific areas, we are seeing the same thing! :)



AM, can you, or any other reader, look at the terrain on marinetraffic and describe the location of the 22-mile plume reef relative to the major domes?

I have not been able to understand why there is so little apparent interest in the plume and its texture and contents. Do they think they have it figured out? Or, due to limited resources and a higher priority, time is spent over and between the domes?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1113253


Someone posted a while back on some GOM thread that he had info that there are 38 active hydrocarbon "vents" that do not have any kind of piping or production casing on them at all. I speculate that this plume is actually *fresh oil* from these vents, which are in turn on the domes. I also suspect that some kind of incomplete industrial remediation has been done to try to limit the damage of these vents, or hide them, such as a permanent underwater collection or disperasant system or both.

I would expect that they are taking close inspections of this equipment as well as trying to gage what the geological conditions are on the sea-floor, since apparently, there has been significant destabilization, maybe even enough to disrupt the installed equipment.

Once the oil is in the water, BP doesn't really care about it, so the focus is on the fresh hydrocarbon sources.

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GYRE is currently off South tip of Florida halfway to Cuba going around in a race track pattern
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Talking about the Moon...When I was working for a large aerospace company here in Washington state <guess who> I heard a few stories, one of which was that the reason USA got to the moon and then suddenly stopped was that they found they were not the first to be on the moon, in fact there appears to be a very substantial mining operation going on. Ground Control studied the situation and sent word to LEAVE...Quickly! And they never went back. I was shown 8X10 prints of something that looked a little like those cranes on top of buildings, only huge that seemed to be digging on side of crater. If I was driving a little Lunar Rover and came over a hill and saw that I would soon find out how fast that thing would go in reverse.
 Quoting: Hans The Magnificent


I know this is way off the thread, but what you just said there made me go boinggg. You will be familiar with this photo - [link to www.lpi.usra.edu]

Way to the right of the "ship" at about 3/4 along the image, the is a bright crater at the top. Now look at the area opposite the crater, at the bottom. I've gazed at that before thinking it looked like a mining op. Weird.
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GYRE is currently off South tip of Florida halfway to Cuba going around in a race track pattern
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Are you sure, I have it directly over the dome currently: [link to www.marinetraffic.com]
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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


Interesting and sad. I remember about the phd grandmother and someone else talking about the organism in the GoM.
She was explaining about gram-negative and gram-positive.

Here is a basic fact/info sheet about the flesh-eating bacteria that they are contracting called "Vibrio vulnificus".

[link to www.fda.gov]
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GYRE is currently off South tip of Florida halfway to Cuba going around in a race track pattern


Are you sure, I have it directly over the dome currently: [link to www.marinetraffic.com]
 Quoting: American Mentat

So do I but I have a feeling that some of these ships are turning their transponders on and off. They seem to take turns over the dome.
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When I opened up Thelivingmoon the first picture was pretty close only they had pasted in picture of standard Hopto or similar like is used for digging basements. What I saw, on side of crater like that was a vertical pole with crossarm like what they use on tall buildings. PLUS, there was evidence of roads and bridges. Like I said earlier, If I came over top of hill and saw all that going on you would be surprised how fast I could find "R" on the gearshift on the Lunar Rover. If it didn't have one I would make one.
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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]


Interesting and sad. I remember about the phd grandmother and someone else talking about the organism in the GoM.
She was explaining about gram-negative and gram-positive.

Here is a basic fact/info sheet about the flesh-eating bacteria that they are contracting called "Vibrio vulnificus".

[link to www.fda.gov]
 Quoting: fairflight


Coconut oil has a significant amount of lauric acid [ingested it goes to work and our bodies convert it into a form that is deadly to troublesome microbes.]

[Partial list of] Lipid-Coated Microorganisms Killed by Lauric Acid
Gram-positive organisms
Gram-negative organisms (if pretreated with chelator)

The Coconut Oil Miracle (book)
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Re: UVB-76 - Important message in 16 days. Quote

Here's another hint:

Stuxnet

X Stun ET
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Here's another hint:

Stuxnet

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Sun Text



Another "piece of the puzzle" from our RUSSIAN FEDERATION friend.


Appears that STUXNET is an anagram with "5 messages" Any puzzlers

out there?
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Re: UVB-76 - Important message in 16 days. Quote

Here's another hint:

Stuxnet

X Stun ET
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Stuxnet

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Sun Text



Another "piece of the puzzle" from our RUSSIAN FEDERATION friend.


Appears that STUXNET is an anagram with "5 messages" Any puzzlers

out there?
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NEXT TEST SUN SET STUN NET TEXT ET TUNE TUNE ???

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An interesting one is EX STUNT

Or you could get US NEXT (with a T left over)

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Or NEXUS

LOL
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Or NEXUS

LOL
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WOAH!!!!!!!!!!!!I never saw that one!!!!!!!!!
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I have watched marinetraffic at fairly regular times and have not found any research type activity over the area of the plume-reef which, as AM states, is generally the area where the most of the undersea pipe highway extends.

The interest seems to be over and between the domes. The Gyre has circled easterly of the dome today.


I am saying that I have seen slow movement of these ships over the area to the south of the Discoverer Enterprise and the west of the wellhead. I think we are talking past each other about specific areas, we are seeing the same thing! :)



AM, can you, or any other reader, look at the terrain on marinetraffic and describe the location of the 22-mile plume reef relative to the major domes?

I have not been able to understand why there is so little apparent interest in the plume and its texture and contents. Do they think they have it figured out? Or, due to limited resources and a higher priority, time is spent over and between the domes?


Someone posted a while back on some GOM thread that he had info that there are 38 active hydrocarbon "vents" that do not have any kind of piping or production casing on them at all. I speculate that this plume is actually *fresh oil* from these vents, which are in turn on the domes. I also suspect that some kind of incomplete industrial remediation has been done to try to limit the damage of these vents, or hide them, such as a permanent underwater collection or disperasant system or both.

I would expect that they are taking close inspections of this equipment as well as trying to gage what the geological conditions are on the sea-floor, since apparently, there has been significant destabilization, maybe even enough to disrupt the installed equipment.

Once the oil is in the water, BP doesn't really care about it, so the focus is on the fresh hydrocarbon sources.
 Quoting: American Mentat



The frakking due to high-speed drilling, which has been admitted, would widen existing vents and open news ones.

The underwater plume river appears to be traveling, yet almost no surface attention has been given to what has to be a huge amount of hydrocarbons.

BP may not care about the oil once it is in the water, but what is keeping the plume underwater, other than Corexit?
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Coconut oil has a significant amount of lauric acid [ingested it goes to work and our bodies convert it into a form that is deadly to troublesome microbes.]

[Partial list of] Lipid-Coated Microorganisms Killed by Lauric Acid
Gram-positive organisms
Gram-negative organisms (if pretreated with chelator)

The Coconut Oil Miracle (book)
 Quoting: 1221 1093619


I LOVE coconut oil. I use it in alot of our meals along with flaxseed oil (both organic, unfiltered/unrefined).

Still use good olive oil too. It depends on the temps you are cooking with. Flaxseed can not tolerate temps except to warm, coconut can tolerate up to 280. Their health bennifits out weigh even good olive oil, and all three are far superior in your diet to any standard cooking oils.

Lots of info and important health benefits with a little ggling!! Worth it!!!
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Just a thought I had and maybe someone else has posted the same but looking through the retrospectoscope I do not believe that the well could not have been capped sooner. It spewed oil and GAS for weeks on end and the GAS WAS A MAJOR COMPONENT! I really think it was allowed to continue as a relief valve to delay the BIG BANG that sooner or later is going to happen whether we like it r not unless they find a way to draw off that gas!.Any takers???????????
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Coconut oil has a significant amount of lauric acid [ingested it goes to work and our bodies convert it into a form that is deadly to troublesome microbes.]

[Partial list of] Lipid-Coated Microorganisms Killed by Lauric Acid
Gram-positive organisms
Gram-negative organisms (if pretreated with chelator)

The Coconut Oil Miracle (book)


I LOVE coconut oil. I use it in alot of our meals along with flaxseed oil (both organic, unfiltered/unrefined).

Still use good olive oil too. It depends on the temps you are cooking with. Flaxseed can not tolerate temps except to warm, coconut can tolerate up to 280. Their health bennifits out weigh even good olive oil, and all three are far superior in your diet to any standard cooking oils.

Lots of info and important health benefits with a little ggling!! Worth it!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1071336

In Sri Lanka thick and thin coconut oil is freshly made daily in the home and the food is delicious. A good Sri Lankan cook book would have some tasty delights, sweet and savory!!!
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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]


Interesting and sad. I remember about the phd grandmother and someone else talking about the organism in the GoM.
She was explaining about gram-negative and gram-positive.

Here is a basic fact/info sheet about the flesh-eating bacteria that they are contracting called "Vibrio vulnificus".

[link to www.fda.gov]
 Quoting: fairflight



Woodie will freak when he reads the following link then. Cholera is also a Vibo bacterium.

[link to www.bt.cdc.gov]

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Coconut oil has a significant amount of lauric acid [ingested it goes to work and our bodies convert it into a form that is deadly to troublesome microbes.]

[Partial list of] Lipid-Coated Microorganisms Killed by Lauric Acid
Gram-positive organisms
Gram-negative organisms (if pretreated with chelator)

The Coconut Oil Miracle (book)


I LOVE coconut oil. I use it in alot of our meals along with flaxseed oil (both organic, unfiltered/unrefined).

Still use good olive oil too. It depends on the temps you are cooking with. Flaxseed can not tolerate temps except to warm, coconut can tolerate up to 280. Their health bennifits out weigh even good olive oil, and all three are far superior in your diet to any standard cooking oils.

Lots of info and important health benefits with a little ggling!! Worth it!!!

In Sri Lanka thick and thin coconut oil is freshly made daily in the home and the food is delicious. A good Sri Lankan cook book would have some tasty delights, sweet and savory!!!
 Quoting: childoflight


Thanks COL- Will def pick me up one of those!


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