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Most things I say come across negative and get a negative response, I just wanted all the A/C to understand and do there own research, There revelations through there understandings are usually right, How many times has science amongst other proven facts changed in our lifetime,I'll go back to lurking now
I apoligize if I have offended you.
You attacked with your opinion first and anybody from the inception of this post knows I don't back down.
You see we all have an opinion and if everytime I disagreed with someone and didn't make a comment I wouldn't be much of a lurker.
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Has the French submarine been raised yet ?

It never sank!
 Quoting: childoflight



True, the French submarine did not sink, but I believe that another one did and that they were not able to pull it up out of the hole. It was pulled into the hole in the floor of the sea bed.
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TuTu and Rocky
please at least read the third link at least from the earlier post (though all three were chosen because connected). I know on this post none of us want to hurt another's feelings. Sometimes we have been misunderstood.

[link to www.op-stjoseph.org]
two qoutes from this article...

'Soon after his conversion, Augustine wrote one of his first works, called the Soliloquies, in which he basically argues that one soul cannot teach another anything. We merely present outward signs to one another through speech, and the inner working of illumination and insight that allows us to coordinate signs with truth: this is the work of God alone, who gives us to understand. It is a very humble view of the human teacher and a very exalted view of the divine teacher, and ironic, because St. Augustine would go on to be such a luminary for the whole of the Christian world, a teacher in Christ of a unique stature, from whom we still have so much to learn today.'
and
"That we scrutinize and seek to understand in all its intricacies, yes, but also that we seek to love and that we believe is a merciful truth, a truth that unveils our ills and those of others, in order to heal, not in order to destroy."
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A bit off-topic,
but imagine what they would do with an approaching armada of alien vessels ...

Watch this vid, at the end the vid also zooms in on some regular glitches that are not unusual,
but there is a strange blue flashline there and most important that thing that is photoshopped away just behind satuns moon Dion.

VID : [link to www.youtube.com]
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Most things I say come across negative and get a negative response, I just wanted all the A/C to understand and do there own research, There revelations through there understandings are usually right, How many times has science amongst other proven facts changed in our lifetime,I'll go back to lurking now
I apoligize if I have offended you.
You attacked with your opinion first and anybody from the inception of this post knows I don't back down.
You see we all have an opinion and if everytime I disagreed with someone and didn't make a comment I wouldn't be much of a lurker.
 Quoting: rocky 1069153

No offense taken, Rocky. I did not intend for my statement to be taken as an attack - I just had some basic disagreements with your logic. It's OK for us to disagree - that's how we arrive at clarity. I have been doing my own research for my entire life. I hardly ever take somebody's word for anything, especially if they are in a position of authority. It would be great if you would speak up more, rather than use the thread to talk to PJ. KANAK - is that short for Hawaiian? Kanaka is what native Hawaiians call themselves.
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been on the net quite a while

[link to www.viewzone2.com]
 Quoting: dhlos 1124568



One of the regulars on the thread has posted a shopped pic of the sub with a cock'nbull about a MonaLisa alien pilot.
[link to www.viewzone2.com]

Why do this?

Because there of some of us that can "see" things, but we don't always know what we are seeing. If we're fed a picture with a suggestion that it's an alien spaceship on the moon, we think, "Oh, that's the spaceship that crash landed on the backside of the moon." and then we forget about it.
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Not the GOM but sure interresting,
a clear signal that the earths crust is changing :



New Deep-Sea Hot Springs Discovered in Atlantic: Hydrothermal Vents May Contribute More to Oceans' Thermal Budget
ScienceDaily (Oct. 9, 2010) —
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

Scientists from the MARUM Center for Marine Environmental Sciences and the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology in Bremen on board the German research vessel Meteor have discovered a new hydrothermal vent 500 kilometres south-west of the Azores.

snips:
The vent with chimneys as high as one meter and fluids with temperatures up to 300 degrees Celsius was found at one thousand metres water depth in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. The discovery of the new deep-sea vent is remarkable because the area in which it was found has been intensively studied during previous research cruises.

The scientists saw a plume of gas bubbles in the water column at a site about 5 kilometers away from the known large vent field Menez Gwen that they were working on. ...

... the scientists have been intensively searching the water column with the multibeam echosounder. To their astonishment, they have already found at least five other sites with gas plumes. Some even lie outside the volcanically active spreading zone in areas where hydrothermal activity was previously not assumed to occur

"One of the questions that the team would like to answer is why the hydrothermal sources in this area emit so much methane -- a very potent greenhouse gas," says chief scientist Nicole Dubilier, ... "Another important focus of the research is the deep-sea mussels that live at the hydrothermal vents and host symbiotic bacteria in their gills. The mussels obtain their nutrition from these bacteria."



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From the "Related Stories" section at that page:
(older article, but relevant)


Genetic Adaptations Are Key To Microbe's Survival In Challenging Environment
ScienceDaily (Feb. 7, 2009)
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

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The gene's presence in N. profundicola suggests that it might play a role in the bacterium's ability to survive rapid and frequent temperature fluctuations in its environment.

The researchers also uncovered further adaptations to the vent environment, including genes necessary for growth and sensing environmental conditions, and a new route for nitrate assimilation related to how other bacteria use ammonia as an energy source.

These results help to explain how microbes survive near deep-sea hydrothermal vents, where conditions are thought to resemble those found on early Earth, as described in the study. Improved understanding of microbes living in these conditions may aid our understanding of how life evolved here



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Newer article sais:
Genetic Adaptations Key To Extreme Microbe's Survival In Challenging Environment
ScienceDaily (Feb. 17, 2009) [link to www.sciencedaily.com]

snip:
These results help to explain how microbes survive near the vents, where conditions are thought to resemble those found on early Earth. Nautilia profundicola contains all the genes necessary for life in conditions widely believed to mimic those in our planet's early biosphere and could aid in understanding of how life evolved.

"It will be an important model system," Campbell said, "for understanding early microbial life on Earth."


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Off-topic ...

More and more LIFE is discovered in our own backyard-solarsystem !!!
Recently publiched today that there are bacteria and water on astroids, and water on the moon last year, and now this new article about Titan :



Haze on Saturn's Moon Titan May Hold Ingredients for Life
ScienceDaily (Oct. 8, 2010) [link to www.sciencedaily.com]

— In an experiment exploring the chemical processes that might be going on in the hazy atmosphere enshrouding Saturn's largest moon, a University of Arizona-led team of scientists discovered a variety of complex organic molecules -- including amino acids and nucleotide bases, the most important ingredients of life on Earth.
...

Titan has fascinated -- and puzzled -- scientists for a long time.
"It's is the only moon in our solar system that has a substantial atmosphere," Hörst said. "Its atmosphere stretches out much further into space than Earth's. The moon is smaller so it has less gravity pulling it back down."
"At the same time, Titan's atmosphere is more similar to ours than any other atmosphere in the solar system," Hörst said. "In fact, Titan has been called 'Earth frozen in time' because some believe this is what Earth could have looked like early in time."

The exact nature of Titan's aerosols remains a mystery. What makes them so interesting to planetary scientists is that they consist of organic molecules -- potential ingredients for life.
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Not the GOM but sure interresting,
a clear signal that the earths crust is changing :



New Deep-Sea Hot Springs Discovered in Atlantic: Hydrothermal Vents May Contribute More to Oceans' Thermal Budget
ScienceDaily (Oct. 9, 2010) —
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

Scientists from the MARUM Center for Marine Environmental Sciences and the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology in Bremen on board the German research vessel Meteor have discovered a new hydrothermal vent 500 kilometres south-west of the Azores.

snips:
The vent with chimneys as high as one meter and fluids with temperatures up to 300 degrees Celsius was found at one thousand metres water depth in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. The discovery of the new deep-sea vent is remarkable because the area in which it was found has been intensively studied during previous research cruises.

The scientists saw a plume of gas bubbles in the water column at a site about 5 kilometers away from the known large vent field Menez Gwen that they were working on. ...

... the scientists have been intensively searching the water column with the multibeam echosounder. To their astonishment, they have already found at least five other sites with gas plumes. Some even lie outside the volcanically active spreading zone in areas where hydrothermal activity was previously not assumed to occur

"One of the questions that the team would like to answer is why the hydrothermal sources in this area emit so much methane -- a very potent greenhouse gas," says chief scientist Nicole Dubilier, ... "Another important focus of the research is the deep-sea mussels that live at the hydrothermal vents and host symbiotic bacteria in their gills. The mussels obtain their nutrition from these bacteria."



-----------------------------------------------------------

From the "Related Stories" section at that page:
(older article, but relevant)


Genetic Adaptations Are Key To Microbe's Survival In Challenging Environment
ScienceDaily (Feb. 7, 2009)
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

snip:
The gene's presence in N. profundicola suggests that it might play a role in the bacterium's ability to survive rapid and frequent temperature fluctuations in its environment.

The researchers also uncovered further adaptations to the vent environment, including genes necessary for growth and sensing environmental conditions, and a new route for nitrate assimilation related to how other bacteria use ammonia as an energy source.

These results help to explain how microbes survive near deep-sea hydrothermal vents, where conditions are thought to resemble those found on early Earth, as described in the study. Improved understanding of microbes living in these conditions may aid our understanding of how life evolved here



------------------------------------------------------------



Newer article sais:
Genetic Adaptations Key To Extreme Microbe's Survival In Challenging Environment
ScienceDaily (Feb. 17, 2009) [link to www.sciencedaily.com]

snip:
These results help to explain how microbes survive near the vents, where conditions are thought to resemble those found on early Earth. Nautilia profundicola contains all the genes necessary for life in conditions widely believed to mimic those in our planet's early biosphere and could aid in understanding of how life evolved.

"It will be an important model system," Campbell said, "for understanding early microbial life on Earth."

 Quoting: Krispy71

WoooHooo! Maybe Europe will not freeze this winter after all!..Great find, as always, MzK! Love me some Max Planck Institute! What I can't figure out is:
Why are they so surprised about the ejaculations of the mid-Atlantic ridge?? Magma, etc has been coming up there for eons! I would expect that they would actually look for thermal plumes there. Hmmmm. Justification for research funding, or just your run of the mill perception management?
Thanks, MzK!
edit to add> I was looking at the Loop Current and Gulf Stream yesterday, and it doesn't look that sick, I must say. Maybe that was misinterpreted.

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Red sludge reservoir 'ready to collapse' as Hungary fears 2nd toxic spill

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Is that red sludge what I think it is? Yeeeccchh!!
Your unban request was denied.
About the Avatar: It is Die Wasserturm (The Watertower)in Mannheim Germany a local landmark.I used to make wishes on it as a kid. It seems to come through for me still.
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Hello Ladies. See what you make of this perspective on 10/13. Some interesting connections.

[link to thefreemanperspective.blogspot.com]
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Nexus Mag vol 17 no 6

EARTH PRECESSION AND MICRO BLACK HOLES
By Olaf Thomas Raabe. There is a link between a series of unexplained explosions, the Earth's precessional orbit and the inadvertent creation of micro black holes at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland.

if you have not read mag article can be downloaded, $1.50, very interesting. simulations can be found here:

[link to www.youtube.com]


A simulation of orbit intersection explaining the cause of the 2004 Antarctic Explosion. It was not a meteorite. Just like all the other explosions from the OPIE evidence and the article (this one was calculated too late to be added), it was caused by a micro black hole created in the LHC. Why, after all the publicity after calculations by famous physicists, has CERN not released anything about even a single micro black hole? Because they have all disappeared, due to time transfer.
They just don't understand that yet, because they still believe in Big Bang Theory,
which is as wrong as the Flat Earth or the Earth at the Centre of the Universe...
The ONLY theory which fits all the evidence so far is Contracting Matter Theory
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Would you believe that this creature attached itsself to and surfaced with a submarine?Seeing is ? believing?!?!

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Red sludge reservoir 'ready to collapse' as Hungary fears 2nd toxic spill


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Bevvy, are you saying another toxic spill is feared from a different site and is the later footage in the clip of that second site?
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TuTu and Rocky
please at least read the third link at least from the earlier post (though all three were chosen because connected). I know on this post none of us want to hurt another's feelings. Sometimes we have been misunderstood.

[link to www.op-stjoseph.org]
two qoutes from this article...

'Soon after his conversion, Augustine wrote one of his first works, called the Soliloquies, in which he basically argues that one soul cannot teach another anything. We merely present outward signs to one another through speech, and the inner working of illumination and insight that allows us to coordinate signs with truth: this is the work of God alone, who gives us to understand. It is a very humble view of the human teacher and a very exalted view of the divine teacher, and ironic, because St. Augustine would go on to be such a luminary for the whole of the Christian world, a teacher in Christ of a unique stature, from whom we still have so much to learn today.'
and
"That we scrutinize and seek to understand in all its intricacies, yes, but also that we seek to love and that we believe is a merciful truth, a truth that unveils our ills and those of others, in order to heal, not in order to destroy."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1067366

Absoloutly true and beautiful, I have sacrificed all my 53 years for this grace I'm given, By lashing out at TUTU I feel ashamed inside and ask forgivness, I've only explained my actions through life to a lady that comes on this thread named JP, So anyone that knows her personally she can speak freely of our conversations, I saved this article to my favorites because there is much I can learn and I will go up a few threads and read them if they are as enlightning as the one I just read
Thanks Kanak.
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Hmm British submarine recalled in May 2010 CREW SICK!

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History of submarines with photo of the French sub TERRIBLE.....
[link to science.howstuffworks.com]
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Hello Ladies. See what you make of this perspective on 10/13. Some interesting connections.

[link to thefreemanperspective.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: Monatom 1125124



I have seen Freeman stuff before...I like this quote from one of the pages

What will you do when you know this is truth? Violent revolutionary acts will only further their goals. We cannot attack this beast. What "they" want is for you to react to their stage play. What if we don't react? There is no returning to what was in the past. We must dream a new dream. We have embarked on a dangerous mission. If you accept that you have come here to experience the creation of a new paradigm, and have it in your heart to remain compassionate, even when it appears the world is being destroyed around you, we will bring about a New World Order of our choosing. Can you believe that?
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Would you believe that this creature attached itsself to and surfaced with a submarine?Seeing is ? believing?!?!

[link to xenophilius.wordpress.com]
 Quoting: childoflight


COL, the date worries me on that one!
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Would you believe that this creature attached itsself to and surfaced with a submarine?Seeing is ? believing?!?!

[link to xenophilius.wordpress.com]


COL, the date worries me on that one!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1111604

I am sure some of it's relations were left behind...................What a crazy looking beast.....it looked alien to me!!!!!!!!!!!
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This is a little love note to all the posters on this thread pushing the alien invasion scenario.

In the US, we don't get it.

Either we don't believe, or if we do, we're too medicated by big pharma, or too stoned to care.


Perfect

Be ready for the last stage of disclosure.
Imperfectly controlled due to factions war.
Already past the middle. Virtual is the cyber key.
Just another illusion go back to sleep
A matrix bandaid to maintain the cage
Stephen Hawkins gave good advice
The church is go for glow
UFO's are IFO's
Ancient history repeats
JPL has two drivers
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MUD, you never clarified this little ditti?
Can you please?
It really was not the way you usually post.
Surprised no-one bit in. :)
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[link to xenophilius.wordpress.com]


COL, the date worries me on that one!

I am sure some of it's relations were left behind...................What a crazy looking beast.....it looked alien to me!!!!!!!!!!!
 Quoting: childoflight


That too, yes, but article was written/published on April 1st - April Fools Day!
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The earth is in dire need of re teraforming as stated by another poster,These off world visitors are not here to help but remove a certain type, whether blood type or those of the love we were supposed to give to all, The 13th is not far away and those in power will do anything for this event not to happen, Japan has been given the last breifcase to be opened two days later in the event the evil factions infiltrate Chinaand others, What has been set in motion is going to happen but the drawback is TPTB will take all it can down (kill) as possible, Beware of false deceptions much time left, Some one that is good at research, Go to the crop circles maybe even two years ago and the circle says exactly that.We couldn't understand then but the time is at hand. Alot of warnings given and somebody knows how to decipher these codes, You can bet the gov. has a large think tank working on these codes, But there is love in some that will tell, keep a sharp ear on this post and others you frequent and the truth will surface. Time is short.There are so many inteligent people on this thread even A/Cs we need your help.
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[link to thefreemanperspective.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: Monatom 1125124

TTWB have always used numerologically significant dates and geometrically significant places to do their dirty deeds. They know the power numbers and the power spots..the times and places and sequences that will give their blood rituals the most juice. They are all about power and boosting that power to the max. I was amused when the author of this blog said he had folks bustin' down his door, saying, "How did you know?" (re:911) I was having some really bizarre events in my life that day, but so many of my personal friends, who had always poopooed my opinions of the scene behind the perceived "news & politics" called me that morning, saying, "OMG! you were right! How did you know?"
Gotta pay attention, peeps! Of course, it helped that I had studied ancient history, sacred geometry and numerology, among other things, but paying attention is the most important of all.
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Study Uncovers Mesothelioma Link to Nanotechnology
October 9th, 2010

Mesothelioma has long been linked to the inhalation and exposure to asbestos fibers and dust, so when scientists uncovered an additional potential cause for this incurable form of lung cancer, the unthinkable became a reality.

According to researchers based out of the Woodrow Wilson International Centre for Scholars in Washington D.C., the early 90’s development of carbon nanotubes has been an amazing feat for technological applications, however, it has not gone without its price. Specifically, carbon nanotubes may be causing harm to the human body in the form of mesothelioma cancer.

[link to www.asanway.com]
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TuTu and Rocky
please at least read the third link at least from the earlier post (though all three were chosen because connected). I know on this post none of us want to hurt another's feelings. Sometimes we have been misunderstood.

[link to www.op-stjoseph.org]
two qoutes from this article...

'Soon after his conversion, Augustine wrote one of his first works, called the Soliloquies, in which he basically argues that one soul cannot teach another anything. We merely present outward signs to one another through speech, and the inner working of illumination and insight that allows us to coordinate signs with truth: this is the work of God alone, who gives us to understand. It is a very humble view of the human teacher and a very exalted view of the divine teacher, and ironic, because St. Augustine would go on to be such a luminary for the whole of the Christian world, a teacher in Christ of a unique stature, from whom we still have so much to learn today.'
and
"That we scrutinize and seek to understand in all its intricacies, yes, but also that we seek to love and that we believe is a merciful truth, a truth that unveils our ills and those of others, in order to heal, not in order to destroy."

Absoloutly true and beautiful, I have sacrificed all my 53 years for this grace I'm given, By lashing out at TUTU I feel ashamed inside and ask forgivness, I've only explained my actions through life to a lady that comes on this thread named JP, So anyone that knows her personally she can speak freely of our conversations, I saved this article to my favorites because there is much I can learn and I will go up a few threads and read them if they are as enlightning as the one I just read
Thanks Kanak.
 Quoting: rocky

Rocky, let it go. No biggie, bud. Sorry if my snark triggered ya, but no need to feel bad about it. We might just agree more than not, if we ever really got into it. Forgive yourself, if you must, because I was never offended, really.
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Study Uncovers Mesothelioma Link to Nanotechnology
October 9th, 2010

Mesothelioma has long been linked to the inhalation and exposure to asbestos fibers and dust, so when scientists uncovered an additional potential cause for this incurable form of lung cancer, the unthinkable became a reality.

According to researchers based out of the Woodrow Wilson International Centre for Scholars in Washington D.C., the early 90’s development of carbon nanotubes has been an amazing feat for technological applications, however, it has not gone without its price. Specifically, carbon nanotubes may be causing harm to the human body in the form of mesothelioma cancer.

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 Quoting: bevvy


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AAAAaaaarrrrrgh! That nano crap A G A I N???!!!
Morgellons, cancer - what's next????

edit to add> WTF are we gonna do with these mad scientists? They are getting on my last nerve!

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Study Uncovers Mesothelioma Link to Nanotechnology
October 9th, 2010

Mesothelioma has long been linked to the inhalation and exposure to asbestos fibers and dust, so when scientists uncovered an additional potential cause for this incurable form of lung cancer, the unthinkable became a reality.

According to researchers based out of the Woodrow Wilson International Centre for Scholars in Washington D.C., the early 90’s development of carbon nanotubes has been an amazing feat for technological applications, however, it has not gone without its price. Specifically, carbon nanotubes may be causing harm to the human body in the form of mesothelioma cancer.

[link to www.asanway.com]


scared hillary damned2

AAAAaaaarrrrrgh! That nano crap A G A I N???!!!
Morgellons, cancer - what's next????
 Quoting: TutuWuwu

Say Mz Tutu...haven't you ever felt it was risky business to ask...what next?? I'm sure we will find out in due course...I had a very close friend die of mesothelioma a couple years ago...and what p's me off, is that the corporations responsible for his and others' conditions, managed to diversify and off shore their businesses to get out of paying the claims against them...then by the time the lawyers had taken their share out of whatever was collected...a $12,000 award ended up being a $3,000 award...I saw this with my own eyes...meanwhile my friend lost his life...

Last Edited by breezy on 10/10/2010 01:09 AM

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