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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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this one as well... for different reasons

Thread: SSSS technology

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just saw a news item on MSM.


Many MI5 agent in uk are thinking of finding work in other spy agencies around the world ,due to wage freezes and disatisfaction. Aparrently ausralia is a popular choice.

I guess that explains why some have been practicing to go as un-accompanied luggage!!!
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I am investing too much in this again....

Not a post from Dave von Kliest above.

My bud simply didnt understand he could post the message himself, and asked me to sort it for him.

Correction of grammar above PLANE >> PLAIN.

[gets rubber out and rubs out line connecting dots...]
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WOW...I stumbled into a private nut house...bye.
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No wait!....here...let me find some flowers around here to give ya.
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just saw a news item on MSM.


Many MI5 agent in uk are thinking of finding work in other spy agencies around the world ,due to wage freezes and disatisfaction. Aparrently ausralia is a popular choice.

I guess that explains why some have been practicing to go as un-accompanied luggage!!!
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Are you saying A SIO are having a recruitment drive?
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Hey, anyone looking for the laser pics. Go to that page I created for the T shirt.

When I tried to post link, I got picked up by the GLP bot which automatically banned me for a bad link or something.
They're crap pics, but interesting in that they show a laser being used on a clear night against a black sky.
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WOW...I stumbled into a private nut house...bye.

Thank you. If I was OP I would gladly delete your post for you.
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Hans you always have the perfect reply readily at hand! LOL!!
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I checked my Buddy List...There are 12 regular Bezerkers. Together they make a "13th mind" that is greater than the sum of the parts. If I put that in terms that don't make sense let me know I will try again at explanation.
So, with that in mind, here you go everybody...Line up for your flowers
flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas
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Sir, you have just, single handedly resurrected the Age of Chivalry! dasbier
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i missed out on the tee shirt..now i miss out on the flowers...why wont you let me play with you..boo hoo cry bushtard
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WOW...I stumbled into a private nut house...bye.
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Hi AC, nuts are high in protein, try some, you might like them. And, they are better for you than popcorn.
Thanks for the bump.


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ok..so the sub thing is still up for ?

and all the other oil/corexit is as well...

the chinese arew the masters choice race..

and living oil is spreading to a well near u..

what is also starnge is this SSSS tech..

In other words, by studying the subtle characteristic brainwave patterns that occur when a subject experiences a particular emotion, scientists have been able to identify the concomitant brainwave pattern and can now duplicate it. These modified emotion signature clusters can then be broadcast over UHF carrier frequencies.

so lets see..if they can capture the thought of one..then program all with it..

And the ten horns which thou sawest are ten kings, which have received no kingdom as yet; but receive power as kings one hour with the beast.
[13] These have one mind, and shall give their power and strength unto the beast
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This is a great read folks. Many wonderful ideas.

Having read from pg 1 to here, I notice a big change in the way you have aproached the targeted info' you receive.

It seems you dwell on one area only now, and that is really being driven by two people only. And that's great.

But where is the speculation from the rest of you?

Not one (correct me if I'm wrong) post speculating on the contents of the cases. And after they were opened, and the targeted info' given to you, not one speculation on what the documents or the canisters contained. No speculation on what other caes contain, or the geo-relation for these items on the planet, especially in relation to the Earth grid.

If you concentrated as much on these aspects, you'd be a lot further down the track.

The OP group will help you if you put enough on the pages, and on the line, to show you are on the right track.

The reference directly to Housedad shows this.

Quit ignoring ACs, and just continually congratulating 'knowns'. Even a small indication to any theory or guess goes a long way to lifting the spirits of all those that read and contribute. Otherwise all you are creating is a club, and no-one else is welcome to contribute. Demonstrate the love to all, not just your 'crew'.

You've missed valuable leads because of this.

Love all of your work. AC's and Known's. Great vibe here.

- and its all about vibration, isnt it! "Goood, goood, good, good vibrations..."

ITS ALL IN PLANE SITE.

HouseDad, here's one for you. Can you imagine a musical instrument in the shape of a HUMAN DNA? What sort of music would it play?

Anyway, I have a cup of spearmint tea waiting.

DvK
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Thought abut the contents of the cases quite a bit. Sorry no idea what there could have been in the documents. Far to many possibles.
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i missed out on the tee shirt..now i miss out on the flowers...why wont you let me play with you..boo hoo cry bushtard
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Haha, classic. Drop me a line and I'll sort a T for you..
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ok..so the sub thing is still up for ?

and all the other oil/corexit is as well...

the chinese arew the masters choice race..

and living oil is spreading to a well near u..

what is also starnge is this SSSS tech..

In other words, by studying the subtle characteristic brainwave patterns that occur when a subject experiences a particular emotion, scientists have been able to identify the concomitant brainwave pattern and can now duplicate it. These modified emotion signature clusters can then be broadcast over UHF carrier frequencies.

so lets see..if they can capture the thought of one..then program all with it..

And the ten horns which thou sawest are ten kings, which have received no kingdom as yet; but receive power as kings one hour with the beast.
[13] These have one mind, and shall give their power and strength unto the beast
 Quoting: FreeDoom

But first, they design and induce the emotion of the one, then capture and broadcast. This is old technology. Once I recognize what's being done, it is no longer effective, on me, at least.
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when I was researching the Annunaki I read about that the Earth was divided in 2 regions that were rules by 2 brothers (Enlil and Enki) and that a stroke area in the middle was the teretory of Anu ... something with 30 degrees above and below (the equator???)
Is that why the equator on Isis here images goes right trough the middle of ophiuchus ????


here the info :
- We know from Sumerian astronomical texts that the skies enveloping Earth, were so divided as to separate the northern 'way' (allotted to Enlil) from the southern 'way' (allotted to EA) with a wide central band considered the 'Way of Anu'. It is only natural to assume that a dividing line between the two rival brothers should also have been established AFTER the deluge when the settled Earth was divided into the Four Regions, and that, as in pre-Diluvial times, the Thirtieth Parallels (north and south) served as demarcation lines.
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Hi Krispy,

If you want to research the Anunnaki and Ea/Enki, Enlil and Anu a good book to read is The Lost Book of Enki by Zecharia Sitchin. Amongst other things it explains the reason they came to Earth, the creation of humans and why, who the face on Mars represents.
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- and has been used to great effect in recent times.

Chillean miners, 911 come to mind. But it requires constant blasting and reinforcing of the message.

Notice how so few picked up on the GoM? What problem?
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This is a great read folks. Many wonderful ideas.

Having read from pg 1 to here, I notice a big change in the way you have aproached the targeted info' you receive.

It seems you dwell on one area only now, and that is really being driven by two people only. And that's great.

But where is the speculation from the rest of you?

Not one (correct me if I'm wrong) post speculating on the contents of the cases. And after they were opened, and the targeted info' given to you, not one speculation on what the documents or the canisters contained. No speculation on what other caes contain, or the geo-relation for these items on the planet, especially in relation to the Earth grid.

If you concentrated as much on these aspects, you'd be a lot further down the track.

The OP group will help you if you put enough on the pages, and on the line, to show you are on the right track.

The reference directly to Housedad shows this.

Quit ignoring ACs, and just continually congratulating 'knowns'. Even a small indication to any theory or guess goes a long way to lifting the spirits of all those that read and contribute. Otherwise all you are creating is a club, and no-one else is welcome to contribute. Demonstrate the love to all, not just your 'crew'.

You've missed valuable leads because of this.

Love all of your work. AC's and Known's. Great vibe here.

- and its all about vibration, isnt it! "Goood, goood, good, good vibrations..."

ITS ALL IN PLANE SITE.

HouseDad, here's one for you. Can you imagine a musical instrument in the shape of a HUMAN DNA? What sort of music would it play?

Anyway, I have a cup of spearmint tea waiting.

DvK
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Thanks for bringing up the harmony aspect, I had meant to share something I read years ago in a book I have.

Teotihuacan monuments are a good example.

From "Mysteries of the Mexican Pyramids." by Peter Tompkings pgs 275-6 (From 1987, well, I did say I read it years ago)

Creation is certainly mathematical and harmonic with physical relations such as the orbit of a planet, the pentagonal divisions of a fruit, the spiral growth of a vine, or the shape of a honey bee's cell, all expressible in mathematical terms: even the structure of bones, nerves, muscles, cells, molecules, and atoms, all appear to be governed by mathematical law.
Light, music, color, and even the table of chemical elements appear to be harmonically linked. Were the human ear capable of discerning sounds produced by chemical action, we might produced by chemical action, we might perceive a musical harmony, or better a symphony, in all forms of living. In the past, certain members of society may have had just such abilities.

According to Michael Heleus, an astrologer from St. Petersburg, Florida, who has developed a theory called "astrosonics," the actual motion of the planets as they orbit the sun makes sounds or creates wavelengths, which affect a human being in different ways, more especially as they harmonize, or not, with the person's own birth chart.

By reproducing the various wavelengths of orbiting planets and raising these sounds sufficient octaves to be audible, Heleus claims to be able to produce in people astrological effects at will.

Like Orpheus, who was supposed to be able to charm any creature with his lyre tuned to the motions of the planets, Heleus says he can produce painful or pleasant sensations in humans.

Citing the stock example of a glass shattered by a singer's voice because it can only absorb so much energy on that wavelength, Heleus suggests that objects and especially buildings on this planet absorb and retransmit only if their proportions are earth-commensurate or harmonize with wavelengths from the cosmos. He believes the yard, the foot, and the inch are more in tune with telluric and cosmic forces than the inadequate meter.

There may even be wavelengths and receptive shapes which together generate natural growth and reproduction--affects attributed to the (don't have the symbol available, looks like a circle with a spear or axis through it) proportion -- as opposed to other wavelengths and shapes which restrict or enchain.

Harleston next saw the Teotihuacan layout as possible giving clues not only to wavelengths of the structure of the immediate world of sound, heat, color, smell, and touch in which we live, but also to the wavelengths of light, the micro-universe of atoms, and the macro-universe of galaxies.
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This is a great read folks. Many wonderful ideas.

Having read from pg 1 to here, I notice a big change in the way you have aproached the targeted info' you receive.

It seems you dwell on one area only now, and that is really being driven by two people only. And that's great.

But where is the speculation from the rest of you?

Not one (correct me if I'm wrong) post speculating on the contents of the cases. And after they were opened, and the targeted info' given to you, not one speculation on what the documents or the canisters contained. No speculation on what other caes contain, or the geo-relation for these items on the planet, especially in relation to the Earth grid.

If you concentrated as much on these aspects, you'd be a lot further down the track.

The OP group will help you if you put enough on the pages, and on the line, to show you are on the right track.

The reference directly to Housedad shows this.

Quit ignoring ACs, and just continually congratulating 'knowns'. Even a small indication to any theory or guess goes a long way to lifting the spirits of all those that read and contribute. Otherwise all you are creating is a club, and no-one else is welcome to contribute. Demonstrate the love to all, not just your 'crew'.

You've missed valuable leads because of this.

Love all of your work. AC's and Known's. Great vibe here.

- and its all about vibration, isnt it! "Goood, goood, good, good vibrations..."

ITS ALL IN PLANE SITE.

HouseDad, here's one for you. Can you imagine a musical instrument in the shape of a HUMAN DNA? What sort of music would it play?

Anyway, I have a cup of spearmint tea waiting.

DvK
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Hello DvK1111604, thanks for your analysis....do you mean PLAIN SIGHT?
Of course, the way the thread approaches all information has changed dramatically since the beginning of the thread! The information itself has dramatically expanded. I don't agree that we only focus on one area at a time, driven by two people. Why do you think ACs are ignored? Personally, I consider the implications of all posts, and value input from all points of view.
How could one possibly solve a puzzle of this magnitude otherwise?
If you perceive that we have missed a couple of valuable leads, please point them out. I believe there was a great deal of speculation as to what was in the timelock cases and the canisters delivered to the different embassies at the time OP gave us that information. Keep in mind, we do not know which embassies got those cases, but I believe that there was a general acceptance that they were the countries involved in a major way in the GoM. How are we suppose to talk about the cases' geo-relation to the grid if we have no idea of the countries involved, or the location of their embassies? That's one helluva lot of dowsing, Bubbah. TTWB have those grid nodes covered, in most cases, unless, of course the nodes are shifting position with the polar drift....AHA!
Sorry you don't approve of the intermittent socializing between the intense information downloads. We (ACs too) are all friends here, family even, so we will tend to the silly sometimes for comic relief, if nothing else. It's a human thingy.

peace
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I checked my Buddy List...There are 12 regular Bezerkers. Together they make a "13th mind" that is greater than the sum of the parts. If I put that in terms that don't make sense let me know I will try again at explanation.
So, with that in mind, here you go everybody...Line up for your flowers
flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas flowas
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.... and I even shared a beer with you.... verysad
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This is a great read folks. Many wonderful ideas.

Having read from pg 1 to here, I notice a big change in the way you have aproached the targeted info' you receive.

It seems you dwell on one area only now, and that is really being driven by two people only. And that's great.

But where is the speculation from the rest of you?

Not one (correct me if I'm wrong) post speculating on the contents of the cases. And after they were opened, and the targeted info' given to you, not one speculation on what the documents or the canisters contained. No speculation on what other caes contain, or the geo-relation for these items on the planet, especially in relation to the Earth grid.

If you concentrated as much on these aspects, you'd be a lot further down the track.

The OP group will help you if you put enough on the pages, and on the line, to show you are on the right track.

The reference directly to Housedad shows this.

Quit ignoring ACs, and just continually congratulating 'knowns'. Even a small indication to any theory or guess goes a long way to lifting the spirits of all those that read and contribute. Otherwise all you are creating is a club, and no-one else is welcome to contribute. Demonstrate the love to all, not just your 'crew'.

You've missed valuable leads because of this.

Love all of your work. AC's and Known's. Great vibe here.

- and its all about vibration, isnt it! "Goood, goood, good, good vibrations..."

ITS ALL IN PLANE SITE.

HouseDad, here's one for you. Can you imagine a musical instrument in the shape of a HUMAN DNA? What sort of music would it play?

Anyway, I have a cup of spearmint tea waiting.

DvK



Thanks for bringing up the harmony aspect, I had meant to share something I read years ago in a book I have.

Teotihuacan monuments are a good example.

From "Mysteries of the Mexican Pyramids." by Peter Tompkings pgs 275-6 (From 1987, well, I did say I read it years ago)

Creation is certainly mathematical and harmonic with physical relations such as the orbit of a planet, the pentagonal divisions of a fruit, the spiral growth of a vine, or the shape of a honey bee's cell, all expressible in mathematical terms: even the structure of bones, nerves, muscles, cells, molecules, and atoms, all appear to be governed by mathematical law.
Light, music, color, and even the table of chemical elements appear to be harmonically linked. Were the human ear capable of discerning sounds produced by chemical action, we might produced by chemical action, we might perceive a musical harmony, or better a symphony, in all forms of living. In the past, certain members of society may have had just such abilities.

According to Michael Heleus, an astrologer from St. Petersburg, Florida, who has developed a theory called "astrosonics," the actual motion of the planets as they orbit the sun makes sounds or creates wavelengths, which affect a human being in different ways, more especially as they harmonize, or not, with the person's own birth chart.

By reproducing the various wavelengths of orbiting planets and raising these sounds sufficient octaves to be audible, Heleus claims to be able to produce in people astrological effects at will.

Like Orpheus, who was supposed to be able to charm any creature with his lyre tuned to the motions of the planets, Heleus says he can produce painful or pleasant sensations in humans.

Citing the stock example of a glass shattered by a singer's voice because it can only absorb so much energy on that wavelength, Heleus suggests that objects and especially buildings on this planet absorb and retransmit only if their proportions are earth-commensurate or harmonize with wavelengths from the cosmos. He believes the yard, the foot, and the inch are more in tune with telluric and cosmic forces than the inadequate meter.

There may even be wavelengths and receptive shapes which together generate natural growth and reproduction--affects attributed to the (don't have the symbol available, looks like a circle with a spear or axis through it) proportion -- as opposed to other wavelengths and shapes which restrict or enchain.

Harleston next saw the Teotihuacan layout as possible giving clues not only to wavelengths of the structure of the immediate world of sound, heat, color, smell, and touch in which we live, but also to the wavelengths of light, the micro-universe of atoms, and the macro-universe of galaxies.
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And, that's why they call it SACRED Geometry!

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This is a great read folks. Many wonderful ideas.

Having read from pg 1 to here, I notice a big change in the way you have aproached the targeted info' you receive.

It seems you dwell on one area only now, and that is really being driven by two people only. And that's great.

But where is the speculation from the rest of you?


SNIP

If you perceive that we have missed a couple of valuable leads, please point them out. I believe there was a great deal of speculation as to what was in the timelock cases and the canisters delivered to the different embassies at the time OP gave us that information. Keep in mind, we do not know which embassies got those cases, but I believe that there was a general acceptance that they were the countries involved in a major way in the GoM. How are we suppose to talk about the cases' geo-relation to the grid if we have no idea of the countries involved, or the location of their embassies? That's one helluva lot of dowsing, Bubbah. TTWB have those grid nodes covered, in most cases, unless, of course the nodes are shifting position with the polar drift....AHA!
Sorry you don't approve of the intermittent socializing between the intense information downloads. We (ACs too) are all friends here, family even, so we will tend to the silly sometimes for comic relief, if nothing else. It's a human thingy.

peace
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Great, so now I have my son 'the knowleded one' and my plumber mate being associated with my views!!! another do


Hi Tutu, the downside of being an AC is not being able to edit! My bud's views are interesting, and I said I would post on his behalf because I assumed he was too paranoid to. I ass u me d that someone had passed this information to him. Turned out he was just too lazy to post.

So to clarify NOT 1111604, just DvK, which is actually his band's name, not Dave von Kleist.

'Bout time I became a member me thinks...
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This is a great read folks. Many wonderful ideas.

Having read from pg 1 to here, I notice a big change in the way you have aproached the targeted info' you receive.

It seems you dwell on one area only now, and that is really being driven by two people only. And that's great.

But where is the speculation from the rest of you?


SNIP

If you perceive that we have missed a couple of valuable leads, please point them out. I believe there was a great deal of speculation as to what was in the timelock cases and the canisters delivered to the different embassies at the time OP gave us that information. Keep in mind, we do not know which embassies got those cases, but I believe that there was a general acceptance that they were the countries involved in a major way in the GoM. How are we suppose to talk about the cases' geo-relation to the grid if we have no idea of the countries involved, or the location of their embassies? That's one helluva lot of dowsing, Bubbah. TTWB have those grid nodes covered, in most cases, unless, of course the nodes are shifting position with the polar drift....AHA!
Sorry you don't approve of the intermittent socializing between the intense information downloads. We (ACs too) are all friends here, family even, so we will tend to the silly sometimes for comic relief, if nothing else. It's a human thingy.

peace


Great, so now I have my son 'the knowleded one' and my plumber mate being associated with my views!!! another do


Hi Tutu, the downside of being an AC is not being able to edit! My bud's views are interesting, and I said I would post on his behalf because I assumed he was too paranoid to. I ass u me d that someone had passed this information to him. Turned out he was just too lazy to post.

So to clarify NOT 1111604, just DvK, which is actually his band's name, not Dave von Kleist.

'Bout time I became a member me thinks...
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Hee, hee, hee So, someone else has to purge the young ones from their computer. lol My grandson did that to me too a while back. I got him his own laptop, it saved a lot of headaches.

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Well, AC1111604 no more.

Seeing as I was having one... I decided to call myself just that!

Mind you I do like the 11:11 in the user ID...

Edit: and I can edit Yaaaaaaayyy!!

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It's all about the 'vibe'
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This is a great read folks. Many wonderful ideas.

Having read from pg 1 to here, I notice a big change in the way you have aproached the targeted info' you receive.

It seems you dwell on one area only now, and that is really being driven by two people only. And that's great.

But where is the speculation from the rest of you?


SNIP

If you perceive that we have missed a couple of valuable leads, please point them out. I believe there was a great deal of speculation as to what was in the timelock cases and the canisters delivered to the different embassies at the time OP gave us that information. Keep in mind, we do not know which embassies got those cases, but I believe that there was a general acceptance that they were the countries involved in a major way in the GoM. How are we suppose to talk about the cases' geo-relation to the grid if we have no idea of the countries involved, or the location of their embassies? That's one helluva lot of dowsing, Bubbah. TTWB have those grid nodes covered, in most cases, unless, of course the nodes are shifting position with the polar drift....AHA!
Sorry you don't approve of the intermittent socializing between the intense information downloads. We (ACs too) are all friends here, family even, so we will tend to the silly sometimes for comic relief, if nothing else. It's a human thingy.

peace


Great, so now I have my son 'the knowleded one' and my plumber mate being associated with my views!!! another do


Hi Tutu, the downside of being an AC is not being able to edit! My bud's views are interesting, and I said I would post on his behalf because I assumed he was too paranoid to. I ass u me d that someone had passed this information to him. Turned out he was just too lazy to post.

So to clarify NOT 1111604, just DvK, which is actually his band's name, not Dave von Kleist.

'Bout time I became a member me thinks...
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Well, I'd say so - that and PMs and ability to start your own thread and edit it too. Oh, almost forgot getting on Hans' Buddy List for floral gifts ain't so bad either. Come on in - the water's fine! (unlike the GoM)
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Thanks for the welcome Tutu.

My PCF (plumbers crack friend) equates just about everything back to music. Working on pipes in the ground, he reckons he hears music everywhere, and it gives him inspiration.

As for a musical instrument based on DNA structure?
That would be interesting.

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Thanks for the welcome Tutu.

My PCF (plumbers crack friend) equates just about everything back to music. Working on pipes in the ground, he reckons he hears music everywhere, and it gives him inspiration.

As for a musical instrument based on DNA structure?
That would be interesting.

I KNOW YOU'RE READING THIS, YOU BIG GOOSE! JOIN IN PLS.
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Harp?
Lyre?
Xylophone?
Sax?
Flute?
Didgeridoo?
c'mon Loosey Goosey!

edit: OK , how 'bout Fender Stratocaster?

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Tutu darling, the polite term is "plumber's cleavage". They gots sensitivities too, ya know.


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ok..so the sub thing is still up for ?

and all the other oil/corexit is as well...

the chinese arew the masters choice race..

and living oil is spreading to a well near u..

what is also starnge is this SSSS tech..

.....
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Yes, Freedoom, I've been thinking about the well water and yours is the second mention of the upcoming contamination.

Sincerely, I want reports on the GOM made public to give us at least a chance to deal with with the problem.

Question at the top of the list: How do we clarify water laced with Corexit and water containing intelligent oil? We know not to drink it, and we know not to bathe in it. Do we know how to recognize it? No.

How do I get a sample of intelligent oil to make a determination? The nearest sample is probably at least 25' below the surface of the Gulf and likely I have no business dealing with the sample.

Corexit appears to be falling with the rain water, so condensation of rain water for drinking purposes is not going to be effective.

Common sense suggests that Clorox may kill the intelligent oil/algae, but what will remove the Corexit?

Question second from the top of the list: How long do we have to figure this out?
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ok..so the sub thing is still up for ?

and all the other oil/corexit is as well...

the chinese arew the masters choice race..

and living oil is spreading to a well near u..

what is also starnge is this SSSS tech..

.....



Yes, Freedoom, I've been thinking about the well water and yours is the second mention of the upcoming contamination.

Sincerely, I want reports on the GOM made public to give us at least a chance to deal with with the problem.

Question at the top of the list: How do we clarify water laced with Corexit and water containing intelligent oil? We know not to drink it, and we know not to bathe in it. Do we know how to recognize it? No.

How do I get a sample of intelligent oil to make a determination? The nearest sample is probably at least 25' below the surface of the Gulf and likely I have no business dealing with the sample.

Corexit appears to be falling with the rain water, so condensation of rain water for drinking purposes is not going to be effective.

Common sense suggests that Clorox may kill the intelligent oil/algae, but what will remove the Corexit?

Question second from the top of the list: How long do we have to figure this out?
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I suggest you buy a distiller. I distill all my water and you can get distillers for a couple of hundred dollars upwards, depending on volumes.
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Tutu darling, the polite term is "plumber's cleavage". They gots sensitivities too, ya know.


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Ah so! My apologies, then! Old salts are rather blunt, y'know.
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