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Krispy71

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REVERSE ENGINEERING A UFO!!
Guess what , it would have a GRAPHINE SKIN!!!!!!!
Graphene has amazing qualities..........
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Tnx COL, I'll keep this in mind hf
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Dear BERZERKers,
I have been watching this thread since I was introduced to it from the Nexus article (thank you Nexus!) and I haven’t missed a day of this thread since. I have never before contributed on this plane of physical existence, but I am a component within the realm of y/our BEZERK collective-consciousness grid, which is definitely ever-expanding and branching out to other grids on the higher planes. I just wanted to say that you all feel like family too and it’s only now that a fellow ‘lurker’ feels compelled to write a little something since I have never ventured on a forum like this before – and please forgive me for being so quiet!

I have to say that I have not encountered so much mind-expansion in my life, until the introduction to this particular thread. DNA activation is definitely happening. Make sure to plug your bare feet into the grass/dirt to connect with the latest of earth’s frequency. This will accelerate the process of activation even more – that’s just my personal gut feel.

BTW, I noticed HouseDad found the ‘ERK’ in BEZERK with the Extracellular-signal-Regulated Kinases.
Did anyone look up what BEZ might mean? (and apologies if I missed it before)..

I did some Ggl-eyed searches and “BEZ the beast” was part of the Arabian Knights animation series. If you want to read the plot summary, it seems to fit in with this thread, you can find it at this link:
[link to www.nationmaster.com] but here is the definition of BEZ from that website:

"Bez -- a dark-skinned man who is often portrayed as wearing a turban and green clothing; he is also known as ‘Bez the Beast’, for his ability to transform his body into the form of any animal known to man. Often, he triggers this ability by speaking the phrase “Size of a-!” and speaking the name of the animal he wished to turn into."

Can anyone say morphogenetic properties? (Krispy!)

Also, (my geography is shocking) I did find BEZ on wiki – Bez is a tributary in the southwest of France. [ [link to en.wikipedia.org] ]
More dots to be connected?? I don’t know? But I’m starting to wonder if there’s more to a name than meets the eye???

BTW, I am not here to promote Nexus in any way, shape or form, but I have already disclosed that I do read it. I actually live in the town on the foothills of Nexus’s registered address, but I don’t know anyone who works/collaborates with the magazine. Just saying that I’m not a shill.

Anyway, it’s wonderful to be part of this overall upliftment. Please keep up the amazing ‘dot-connecting’ linkages, and that goes for everyone here! I’ll meet you back on the collective consciousness grid ;-)

Much love to you all, and thank you OP and GirlFriend.
hf
MESmeRiSe
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Hello MESmeRiSe,
Great to see you contribute in a readable form banana2
We all know that every1 who reads adds energeticaly, when you link to this thread -> you contribute, simple as that ...lol....

Yes I think that morphogenetic properties & fields play a major key factor in this all.


BTW: I wonder if that German Nexus-guy already published his article in theirmagazine ... Havent heared of any German Nexus-readers yet , when it is available in stores many more people will add to this BEZERKer-field and family.



Big hugs and thanks for all those who are invisable but so so so important too !!!!!
Million "thank you"'s !!!!

grouphug
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@YankeeInDeutschland

Oh mein Gott! Ich kann jemanden in deutscher Sprache zu sprechen! Nur andere hier ist eine niederländische Frau. Ich bin so krank zu Hause in letzter Zeit habe ich über die Rückkehr nachgedacht.
Here since 2001. Masters @ Uni of Mannheim!
Small world my friend!
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bighug

Some wishes are to be fullfilled,
if you wanna go back than try to make it work.
Your innerhealth and happyness are very important !
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Coldest Winter In 1,000 Years On Its Way

After the record heat wave this summer, Russia's weather seems to have acquired a taste for the extreme.


Forecasters say this winter could be the coldest Europe has seen in the last 1,000 years.

The change is reportedly connected with the speed of the Gulf Stream, which has shrunk in half in just the last couple of years. Polish scientists say that it means the stream will not be able to compensate for the cold from the Arctic winds. According to them, when the stream is completely stopped, a new Ice Age will begin in Europe.

.....and that's the half of it.............
moving to scandinavia is not an option anymore.. sigh.

[link to rt.com]
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Lets all move to Greece then ....
No freeze in Greeze rockon

I think you are right Dhlos,
last year's winter was already much much colder then ant could remember (except the 30+ people). And next winter here in holland is going to be worse then last year I feel.
At least the kids will have the time of their lives snowboarding and iceskating and sleeying down the roads/hills ... No need to book a winterholliday/vacation in the Alpes this year.
(to all) Start building up your vitamin and fat-reseves in your body now ... you gonna need it in a few months/weeks.
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Coldest Winter In 1,000 Years On Its Way

After the record heat wave this summer, Russia's weather seems to have acquired a taste for the extreme.


Forecasters say this winter could be the coldest Europe has seen in the last 1,000 years.

The change is reportedly connected with the speed of the Gulf Stream, which has shrunk in half in just the last couple of years. Polish scientists say that it means the stream will not be able to compensate for the cold from the Arctic winds. According to them, when the stream is completely stopped, a new Ice Age will begin in Europe.

.....and that's the half of it.............
moving to scandinavia is not an option anymore.. sigh.

[link to rt.com]


Lets all move to Greece then ....
No freeze in Greeze rockon

I think you are right Dhlos,
last year's winter was already much much colder then ant could remember (except the 30+ people). And next winter here in holland is going to be worse then last year I feel.
At least the kids will have the time of their lives snowboarding and iceskating and sleeying down the roads/hills ... No need to book a winterholliday/vacation in the Alpes this year.
(to all) Start building up your vitamin and fat-reseves in your body now ... you gonna need it in a few months/weeks.
 Quoting: Krispy71

i would love to have you all here by feb
just in time for the revolution
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Woody is a nice guy - but I don't think he is part of OP's project or team at all. Wanna clarify this Woody?




good. its not just me then.
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I think, Krispy, that the Nederlanders would love a new ice-age and the Frieslanders would hold an Elfstedentocht elke weekend, hoor?

tot zo!
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I think, Krispy, that the Nederlanders would love a new ice-age and the Frieslanders would hold an Elfstedentocht elke weekend, hoor?

tot zo!
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Yup with : "koek en zoopie" ...lol...

But personaly I am a warm-weather-type, cold and me is not such a good combination.
Maybe hibernating in Greece or Oz is a better option hahahaha.

You speak very well Nederlands for a UKer cool2
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Hi all....

I'm still trying to catch up, and with a slow net connection it's taking a while...

Anyway, a suggestion for the GOM organism that you were trying to find a name for.

Kraken

Kraken (pronounced /ˈkreɪkən/ or /ˈkrɑːkən/)[1] are mythical sea monsters of gargantuan size, said to have dwelt off the coasts of Norway and Iceland. The sheer size and fearsome appearance attributed to the beasts have made them common ocean-dwelling monsters in various fictional works (see Kraken in popular culture). The legend may actually have originated from sightings of real giant squid that are variously estimated to grow to 13–15 m (40–50 ft) in length, including the tentacles.[2][3] These creatures normally live at great depths, but have been sighted at the surface and have reportedly attacked ships. (Wikipedia)

The Kraken Wakes (poem)
by Alfred Lord Tennyson

Below the thunders of the upper deep,
Far far beneath in the abysmal sea,
His ancient, dreamless, uninvaded sleep
The Kraken sleepeth: faintest sunlights flee
About his shadowy sides: above him swell
Huge sponges of millennial growth and height;
And far away into the sickly light,
From many a wondrous grot and secret cell
Unnumbered and enormous polypi
Winnow with giant arms the slumbering green.
There hath he lain for ages and will lie
Battening upon huge seaworms in his sleep,
Until the latter fire shall heat the deep;
Then once by men and angels to be seen,
In roaring he shall rise and on the surface die.


and also the book of the same name by John Wyndham
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What determines whether you have an ad next to your post?


Simple, the determination is between if you remain an Anonymous Coward, or become a member and get an upgrade account.


hf
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Hmmmmmm, if they are doing this in NK, where else could this be happening?

[link to www.crunchgear.com]

North Koreans Have a GPS Jammer

North Korea is apparently active jamming GPS signals using truck-mounted systems that overrun signals coming from tracking satellites. South Korea is unable to pinpoint the locations of these jammers because the Army runs them for about ten minutes at a time and then moves them.

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Could a NASA Crisis Herald the Return of Planet X / Nibiru?

Of the many different aspects of 2012, one is transcendent. It is convergence. In this case, we now find a startling convergence that connects a current political change of course with a remote viewing warning from 2004 and the ancient Hopi Blue Star prophecy.

~snip

[link to 2012planetx.info]

Edited to include link

Last Edited by Tex Tamale on 10/06/2010 10:00 AM
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Hmmmmmm, if they are doing this in NK, where else could this be happening?

[link to www.crunchgear.com]

North Koreans Have a GPS Jammer

North Korea is apparently active jamming GPS signals using truck-mounted systems that overrun signals coming from tracking satellites. South Korea is unable to pinpoint the locations of these jammers because the Army runs them for about ten minutes at a time and then moves them.

~snip
 Quoting: Tex Tamale

great sleuthing tex
i hope you realise what a game changer this is

this is a MAJOR problem for anyone trying to attack n.korea
instead of catching up with the tech they bring everyone else down to their level
you have to admire their strategic planning (and only that) as this must of taken a long time to develop (at a price of poverty and for the korean people)

btw no more strike teams, no more tomahawks, no more pin point bombing, no more support

this is a true counter weapon the koreans have, most of todays killing tech relies on sat nav
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Hmmmmmm, if they are doing this in NK, where else could this be happening?

[link to www.crunchgear.com]

North Koreans Have a GPS Jammer

North Korea is apparently active jamming GPS signals using truck-mounted systems that overrun signals coming from tracking satellites. South Korea is unable to pinpoint the locations of these jammers because the Army runs them for about ten minutes at a time and then moves them.

~snip
Quoting: Tex Tamale



great sleuthing tex
i hope you realise what a game changer this is

this is a MAJOR problem for anyone trying to attack n.korea
instead of catching up with the tech they bring everyone else down to their level
you have to admire their strategic planning (and only that) as this must of taken a long time to develop (at a price of poverty and for the korean people)

btw no more strike teams, no more tomahawks, no more pin point bombing, no more support

this is a true counter weapon the koreans have, most of todays killing tech relies on sat nav
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Great post Tex !!!!
And I totally agree with you Dhlos !
What a clever tactick !!!!
When you are not whealthy or big, you gotta be smart ...lol...
david vs Goliath rockon
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Just think...
All those high tech toys...
Screwed, screwed, screwed. spock

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Hmmmmmm, if they are doing this in NK, where else could this be happening?

[link to www.crunchgear.com]

North Koreans Have a GPS Jammer

North Korea is apparently active jamming GPS signals using truck-mounted systems that overrun signals coming from tracking satellites. South Korea is unable to pinpoint the locations of these jammers because the Army runs them for about ten minutes at a time and then moves them.

~snip
Quoting: Tex Tamale



great sleuthing tex
i hope you realise what a game changer this is

this is a MAJOR problem for anyone trying to attack n.korea
instead of catching up with the tech they bring everyone else down to their level
you have to admire their strategic planning (and only that) as this must of taken a long time to develop (at a price of poverty and for the korean people)

btw no more strike teams, no more tomahawks, no more pin point bombing, no more support

this is a true counter weapon the koreans have, most of todays killing tech relies on sat nav


Great post Tex !!!!
And I totally agree with you Dhlos !
What a clever tactick !!!!
When you are not whealthy or big, you gotta be smart ...lol...
david vs Goliath rockon
 Quoting: Krispy71

Yeah, NK just told the rest of the world to go pound sand! LOL
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NASA gives go-ahead to $438 million Mars mission led by University of Colorado-Boulder

BOULDER, COLO. — NASA has given the go-ahead to a $438 million mission led by the University of Colorado-Boulder to investigate Mars and the likelihood that it once harbored life.

NASA said Tuesday a review team approved the plans and budget for the project, Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution, or MAVEN. The university's Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics is leading the mission, which will carry instruments to probe the planet's atmosphere and its interactions with the sun.

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UFOs to Bring 'Great Events,' Chinese Scientist Predicts


Oct. 6) – All those UFOs that have been spotted around China this year, closing down airports and causing general flying saucer mayhem and wonder, are on the increase. And "great events" will soon follow, an astronomer says.

"First, I'd like to say something about the conception of 'great events about UFOs,'" Wang Sichao, a planetary astronomer at Purple Mountain Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, told the Beijing Review.

Wang Sichao, a planetary astronomer at Purple Mountain Observatory in China, predicts UFO sightings in China will continue to increase.

"It does not mean large numbers of UFOs but refers to events of credible facts backed by observation. But these facts cannot yet be explained by existing scientific knowledge or natural phenomena," he told the English-language weekly.

Those are strong pro-UFO words from a scientist who, in September, dismissed UFO sightings over Hong Kong as "ghost images" -- reflections of outdoor lamps caught by camera lenses.

Wang has investigated UFO sightings in China for nearly 40 years and described the many types of unidentified objects that have been seen: "bolide, light spot, spiral, fan, bright star, flying rod, ball lightning and V-shaped."

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Following up on the spiders and insect increases, this particular area (Papua New Guinea) has been experiencing many rather significant earthquakes over the past six months or so. You can check earthquake activity here: [link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Scientists find 200 new species in Papua New Guinea

Scientists on Wednesday unveiled a spectacular array of more than 200 new species discovered in the Pacific islands of Papua New Guinea, including a white-tailed mouse and a tiny, long-snouted frog.

The survey of remote New Britain island and the Southern Highlands ranges, accessible only by a combination of small plane, dinghy, helicopter and foot, found an exciting range of new mammals, amphibians, insects and plants.

"To find a completely new genus of mammal in this day and age is pretty cool," said lead researcher Steve Richards of the new mouse species discovery.

"I mean, people have heard of birds of paradise and tree-climbing kangaroos and stuff, but when you look even closer at the small things you just realise that there's a staggering diversity out there that we really know nothing about," he told AFP.

Papua New Guinea's jungles are one of just three wild rainforest areas, along with the Amazon and the Congo basin, left in the world and Richards said they were a vast "storehouse" of biodiversity, with scores of new species found by his Conservation International team.

The "very, very beautiful mouse", the two-centimetre (0.8 inch) long-snouted frog and another with bright yellow spots were among the highlights, but the expedition documented 100 new species in each of the spider and insect orders alone, he said.

~snip

[link to www.breitbart.com]

and this too:

Dracula fish, bald bird among strange new species

BANGKOK (AFP) – Dracula fish, a bald songbird and a seven-metre (23 feet) tall carnivorous plant are among several unusual new species found in the Greater Mekong region last year, researchers said Wednesday.

Other new finds among the 145 new species include a frog that sounds like a cricket and a "sucker fish", which uses its body to stick to rocks in fast flowing waters to move upstream, according to conservation group WWF.

With fangs at the front of each jaw, the "dracula minnow" is one of the more bizarre new species found in 2009 in the Mekong River region, which comprises Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam and China's Yunnan Province.

Discovered in a small stream in Myanmar, it is largely translucent and measures up to 1.7 centimetres long.

It is not yet known whether the species is endemic to a single ecosystem within Myanmar, or spread throughout the region as a whole.

Other bizarre discoveries include the Bare-Faced Bulbul bird, which is bereft of feathers on the face and side of the head and has pale blue skin on the rear of the head and around the eyes. It lives in sparse forest on limestone karsts in central Laos.

Among newly recorded plants, the Nepenthes bokorensis plant, found in southern Cambodia, has a climbing length of up to seven metres, with pitchers that trap ants and other insects for food.

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CHINESE scientist who studies UFO's predicts GREAT EVENTS to come!!
[link to www.bjreview.com.cn]
edited to apology to Tex Tamale whose post I missed!This is a longer version of TT's post..........

Last Edited by childoflight on 10/06/2010 12:17 PM
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I don't understand isn't this thread about the Gulf of mexico?
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I don't understand isn't this thread about the Gulf of mexico?
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Yes, Rhodes, it is about the GOM but also much more. From our investigation about what happened initially in the GOM, we discovered that much is going on elsewhere in the world and also in space that is very much connected to the GOM. So as we see articles that may have a connection to this thread, we post them.

Hope that helps.
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I guess they could be using this same technology for this and other reasons in the GOM....

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Mapping the San Andreas Fault (Underwater and in 3-D)


This past Sunday (Oct. 2) marked the conclusion of a mission that for the first time studied, imaged and mapped the unexplored offshore Northern San Andreas Fault from just north of San Francisco to its end at the junction of three tectonic plates off Mendocino, Calif.

Scientists on the mission, funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, have been using various techniques to create the first-ever 3-D structural map that will model the undersea Northern San Andreas Fault and its structure.

By using different types of sonar, they have been able to determine both the depth of the seafloor and obtain information about what type of sediments or hard bottoms are below.

Little is known about the offshore fault due to perennial bad weather that has limited scientific investigations.

Early in the expedition, scientists collected bathymetric (deep underwater) and subsurface data to help them locate specific areas of interest for more detailed operations.

Unlike faults on land, those formed along mid-ocean ridges are very common. While land faults are easily eroded and often cut older faults in complex, hard-to-untangle ways, submarine faults break into newly formed crust without much alteration from erosion.

Scientists expect the subsea portion of the fault to include deep rifts and high walls, along with areas supporting animal life.

"By relating this 3-D model with ongoing studies of the ancient record of seismic activity in this volatile area, scientists may better understand past earthquakes - in part because fault exposure on land is poor, and the sedimentary record of the northern California offshore fault indicates a rich history of past earthquakes," said mission team member Chris Goldfinger, a marine geologist and geophysicist at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Ore.

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European satellite 'blinded' by radio interference

PARIS (AFP) – The European Space Agency (ESA) said on Wednesday that it had launched a behind-the-scenes campaign to shut down illicit radio and TV transmissions interfering with a major climate satellite.

The 315-million-euro (434-million-dollar) Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) probe "has been bugged by patches of interference from radar, TV and radio transmissions in what should be a protected band," ESA complained.

"Painstaking efforts to reduce these unwanted signals are now paying off," the Paris-based agency said.

SMOS orbits 760 kilometres (470 miles) above Earth, a low-altitude slot enabling it to gauge the impact of climate change on the movement of water across land, air and sea.

Soon after launch last November 2, scientists realised that interference was "effectively blinding" the probe as it passed over parts of southern Europe, Asia, the Middle East and some coastal zones, ESA said in a press release.

The intrusion has two causes.

One is a leakover into a band of the electromagnetic spectrum (1400-1427 MHz in the L-band) which is assigned to space astronomy and Earth exploration satellites by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU).

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I would like to hear what the President has to say about this! I had really hoped that this administration would have been, as was initially promised, more transparent!!
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hello tut, always a pleasure to see you too.

Those spideys sound terrible! Have you tried borax? That's what we used on boats - non toxic and all. Lay down some rails around where they hang out. it gets rid of all bugs for three generations.
edit to say> It dehydrates 'em

or
artificial sweetner (sweet n low - candarel - nutrasweet etc) in powder form
readily available across the planet on supermarket shelves

i use it for the ants, they carry it to their nest and i never see them again

works a treat as a pesticide, good on humans too if the intent is to destroy nervous system, bone marrow, synapses, brain functions, arteriosclerosis, i could go and on

just another poison designed to hinder the awakening
when i tell people that the war against us starts b4 we are born this is a typical exemple, a pregnant mother using this she is transferring it to the fetus through the placenta
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I recently read that if a dog gets hold of one stick of gum with artificial sweetener in it, that it will kill that dog...I have a friend, borderline diabetic, who drinks diet soda, every day...and I might add, she has more physical problems than 10 people..
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Corexit still being sprayed while schoolchildren are being taught there is nothing to fear and all the time the Gulf residents are getting sicker!
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No joke as illiterate clown is Brazil's most voted congressman

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well at least the brazilians are honest about it
first they install a farmer as pm (loula)
now they put illiterate clowns in gov lol

the us gov clowns are shameful of their real vocation so they hide it better lol (not to mention the european clowns)

wanna see one?
here
this is our NON ELECTED PRESIDENT (cant stress that enough)

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coincidence ?

"search and encircle the differences:"

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Coldest Winter In 1,000 Years On Its Way

After the record heat wave this summer, Russia's weather seems to have acquired a taste for the extreme.


Forecasters say this winter could be the coldest Europe has seen in the last 1,000 years.

The change is reportedly connected with the speed of the Gulf Stream, which has shrunk in half in just the last couple of years. Polish scientists say that it means the stream will not be able to compensate for the cold from the Arctic winds. According to them, when the stream is completely stopped, a new Ice Age will begin in Europe.

.....and that's the half of it.............
moving to scandinavia is not an option anymore.. sigh.

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Ah, this should be good news for the gas industry, providing they can continue production and delivery.
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Corexit still being sprayed while schoolchildren are being taught there is nothing to fear and all the time the Gulf residents are getting sicker!
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The above is a problem.
Solution is two step.First, find out who is in charge of doing this, then hang them by the feet.
Second, tell the school kids "Lookie kiddies, a piñata!"
Problem solved.
Simple solutions are best. See article on N. Korea (above)

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