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Hey Tutu-
There's a group of protesters (as you say old Hippies) carrying signs that stand about a dozen strong almost every Friday night on a quasi main street corner here in my neck of the woods -- I always honk for them! I wonder who, if anyone, would be carrying signs if not for them? Gotta give em credit, I say.
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What are these old Hippies protesting?
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War-same as in the 60', as I understand it.
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snip


I dont COOK steaks ... I FRY them very quick in a very very hot pan !!! Brown and robust on the outside and juicy and red on the inside !!!
Flavored with black-pepper-grain and other yummie spices.
Mushrooms marinated in some olive-oil and garlick and herbs on a stick grilled stick.
Bottle of soft tasting rich-flavored and a full bodied red wine to go with that.

I am half Belgium, and Hans (and Woodster) I can assure you that their beers are much much more a delicacy and heaven for your tongue then Dutch beers which taste like rainwater next to it ...lol...
Belgium is the lAND, the Walhalla of the beers.
..........
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"Walhalla of the beers"

Krispy, is that a common phrase for the Belgian-Dutch?

In the US, we're told that "Walhalla" is an old German term which means "Garden of the Gods."

Please explain. Thanks.
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Stuxnet? Kola Nuclear Power Plant no. 3 reactor shuts down after a control failure: [link to hisz.rsoe.hu]


Thanks my British friend. Good catch!
hf
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My apologies AC... Good find!!!
"Man was also in the beginning with God. Intelligence, or the light of truth, was not created or made, neither indeed can be. ALL truth is independent in that sphere in which God has placed it, to act for itself."
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Thanks for the heads up on this AM.

This is not good and I feel for the people of that area.

"Bellona asserts that both reactors should be decommissioned at precisely the moment their engineered lifespan runs out. For reactor No. 3, that would mean 2011, and No. 4, 2012. Taking reactors out of service is a very long process demanding the formation of special funding pools aimed at the dismantlement of Kola NPP’s reactors No. 1 and No. 2 – which have already exceeded their engineered lifespan – and then No. 3 and No. 4."

Goes on to say that 85% of the people DO NOT want to live by these things.

God Bless them.
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My sister was one of the first to bring alcohol treatment programs from the West to the USSR. She was astonished to find out that they issued vodka three times a day to all nuclear power plant workers, telling them that it protected them from radiation exposure.

FWIW.
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Stuxnet? Kola Nuclear Power Plant no. 3 reactor shuts down after a control failure: [link to hisz.rsoe.hu]


Thanks my British friend. Good catch!
hf


My apologies AC... Good find!!!
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Oh...no worries Fair. British AC and I seem to keep our eyes on same things- I just hadn't acknowledged his last post to me last night. Didn't wanna miss this one too:)
Also AM gave credit!
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Thanks for the heads up on this AM.

This is not good and I feel for the people of that area.

"Bellona asserts that both reactors should be decommissioned at precisely the moment their engineered lifespan runs out. For reactor No. 3, that would mean 2011, and No. 4, 2012. Taking reactors out of service is a very long process demanding the formation of special funding pools aimed at the dismantlement of Kola NPP’s reactors No. 1 and No. 2 – which have already exceeded their engineered lifespan – and then No. 3 and No. 4."

Goes on to say that 85% of the people DO NOT want to live by these things.

God Bless them.


My sister was one of the first to bring alcohol treatment programs from the West to the USSR. She was astonished to find out that they issued vodka three times a day to all nuclear power plant workers, telling them that it protected them from radiation exposure.

FWIW.
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Cousin of Tutu...Hans was mentioning the vodka aspect in another industry as well!
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Also AM gave credit!
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No credit to me... I am a post pirate who isn't doing his job for shit at work today.

I am NOT anyone's hero today... unless you count stealing a paycheck from the state as heroic. lol
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..........
My sister was one of the first to bring alcohol treatment programs from the West to the USSR. She was astonished to find out that they issued vodka three times a day to all nuclear power plant workers, telling them that it protected them from radiation exposure.

FWIW.
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Well, does it? Does vodka contain iodide?
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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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Something keeps rolling around in my mind/soul...

What would be more exceptable to a mass population?

The announcement of existence and future contact with aliens (bad,good,or otherwise) Or...

The anouncement of existence and future contact with demons? (bad,bad,or bad)?

I remain open minded, but given my years of experience on this planet, I have come to understand that there are two forces that rule the universe and beyond.

Good and Evil.

It makes more sense to me that the corrupted powers would and have tapped into this powerful force.

Can not help but think often of the verse:

"For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places."

Personally, I would be far more terrified of demons and powerful evil forces than I would of Aliens. If they can convince the world populations to accept these Aliens as possible friends and in reality, they are demons from another dimension, then we have much to be afraid of.

Did you notice how many of the retired military men and Hastings mentioned either aliens OR beings from another dimension???

Just throwing out thoughts...

...and the potato salad would def have to be German...it is the best!!! I ran a catering biz for years, even longer if you count cooking for 6 children :)

Edited for spelling

very well said in my opinion
i tend towards the idea that this is about us accepting evil as benign whilst at the same time fighting those who are actually here to help

remember

the ptb would never release the info if they were not FORCED to do so
this whole process damages tptb status quo as the guys in the press conf said themselves

now i know (dont ask cant substantiate) that they have NO CHOICE but to get there first in order to further steer public opinion about something that is imminent and real

in christian terms
gog and magog
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One must understand and not many do because they do not read their bibles.

The Gog and Magog war does not happen in our lifetime, but after 1000 years of reigning with Yahushua in heaven. After a 1000 years we return to earth with Yahushua with the New Jerusalem City. Please read the following:

Rev 20:4-7
4-I saw thrones on which were seated those who had been given authority to judge. And I saw the souls of those who had been beheaded because of their testimony for Yahushua and because of the word of Yahweh. They had not worshiped the beast or his image and had not received his mark on their foreheads or their hands. They came to life and reigned with Christ a thousand years. 5(The rest of the dead did not come to life until the thousand years were ended.) This is the first resurrection. 6Blessed and holy are those who have part in the first resurrection. The second death has no power over them, but they will be priests of Yahweh and of Yahushua and will reign with him for a thousand years.

Satan's Doom

7When the thousand years are over, Satan will be released from his prison 8and will go out to deceive the nations in the four corners of the earth—Gog and Magog—to gather them for battle
. In number they are like the sand on the seashore. 9They marched across the breadth of the earth and surrounded the camp of Yahweh's people, the city he loves. But fire came down from heaven and devoured them. 10And the devil, who deceived them, was thrown into the lake of burning sulfur, where the beast and the false prophet had been thrown. They will be tormented day and night for ever and ever.
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Today sept 28, 2010 was an important day for BP and the GOM:

Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Commission Meeting
[link to www.c-spanvideo.org]


Is the Coast Guard working for BP in the Gulf of Mexico
[link to expertvoter.org]




Gulf of Mexico oil drilling moratorium may be lifted early
[link to dailycaller.com]

snip:

The new rules impose a “significant number” of new technical requirements on drilling, he said, but they should be no surprise to the industry. They were outlined in a report issued a month after BP’s well blew out on April 20.





Scientist says more than 50% of oil still in Gulf
[link to dailycaller.com]

“The remaining fraction—over 50% of the total discharge—is a highly durable material that resists further dissipation,” oceanographer Ian MacDonald said in prepared testimony to the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling. “Much of it is now buried in marine and coastal sediments. There is scant evidence for bacterial degradation of this material prior to burial.”

The comments—the strongest contradiction yet of last month’s U.S. government estimate that the remaining oil appeared to be degrading quickly—came on a day when commissioners also repeatedly questioned responders about initial estimates...




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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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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Your last two posts are what this thread is all about. Your return is greatly

welcome AND appreciated. Everyone has something to add, and we need

every bit. Thank you.
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My sister was one of the first to bring alcohol treatment programs from the West to the USSR. She was astonished to find out that they issued vodka three times a day to all nuclear power plant workers, telling them that it protected them from radiation exposure.

FWIW.



Well, does it? Does vodka contain iodide?
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Red wine 'can protect against radiation'
Impending nuclear attack? Then scientists may soon recommend that it is best you start drinking heavily and not just because you may be facing oblivion.

...A team at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine have discovered that resveratrol, the natural anti-oxidant found in red wine, can protect cells from the damage caused by radiation.

... The current research is not connected to advice given to workers cleaning up Chernobyl who were told to drink half a glass of vodka after every two hours of exposure to radiation.


[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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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.
 Quoting: BlissNinny 1087173


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. "
"Man was also in the beginning with God. Intelligence, or the light of truth, was not created or made, neither indeed can be. ALL truth is independent in that sphere in which God has placed it, to act for itself."
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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.



Your last two posts are what this thread is all about. Your return is greatly

welcome AND appreciated. Everyone has something to add, and we need

every bit. Thank you.
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Just can't get the hang of signing in. My bad.
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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]
Quoting: 2012Portal<<

 Quoting: American Mentat


Were there UFO's in the neighbourhood ????
disarming the subs nuclear reactors ? ...lol...
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"in christian terms
gog and magog"


"The Gog and Magog war does not happen in our lifetime, but after 1000 years"

You are correct LFY but... I believe many use it for it's contation.

Chaos- worst of the worst...Armageddon is used the same way.
Pretty much a figure of speach so to speak :)


Forgive me, I do not know what happened with the quote button.

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snip


I dont COOK steaks ... I FRY them very quick in a very very hot pan !!! Brown and robust on the outside and juicy and red on the inside !!!
Flavored with black-pepper-grain and other yummie spices.
Mushrooms marinated in some olive-oil and garlick and herbs on a stick grilled stick.
Bottle of soft tasting rich-flavored and a full bodied red wine to go with that.

I am half Belgium, and Hans (and Woodster) I can assure you that their beers are much much more a delicacy and heaven for your tongue then Dutch beers which taste like rainwater next to it ...lol...
Belgium is the lAND, the Walhalla of the beers.
..........
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"Walhalla of the beers"

Krispy, is that a common phrase for the Belgian-Dutch?

In the US, we're told that "Walhalla" is an old German term which means "Garden of the Gods."

Please explain. Thanks.
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I live very close to germany ;)
I have german friends and family.
We also use that word in dutch language.
Wallhalla is actualy Norse mythology ....
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Stuxnet? Kola Nuclear Power Plant no. 3 reactor shuts down after a control failure: [link to hisz.rsoe.hu]


I just blatantly stole you post and put it in a new thread hoping for pin.

You have the credit for the info!
Thread: BREAKING w/ CONFIRMATION!!! Nuclear Alert at Russian Powerplant, Reactor Reported Down, STUXNET ATTACK?
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I laughed aloud! Well done, you got a good thread going there :)
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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.
"Man was also in the beginning with God. Intelligence, or the light of truth, was not created or made, neither indeed can be. ALL truth is independent in that sphere in which God has placed it, to act for itself."
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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]
Quoting: 2012Portal<<



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.
 Quoting: American Mentat


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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Is it just my computer or is the site down? Will someone please check. Thanks
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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]
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Tnx for your help AM hf
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Is it just my computer or is the site down? Will someone please check. Thanks
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
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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