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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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OkeeDokee Folks! The coding in OP's post has me stumped and flummoxed, coming up with zip. MzK, isn't that chili done yet? Is everyone scribbling madly with their cryptography dictionaries wide open? I plead total ignorance with this one. Reminding myself that patience is a virtue.....
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Dearest Tutu ,It seems that I recall that when OP began answering questions on page 611 ish that he or she stated that there wold be no more code so I don't think there is any now. It seems that OP had to leave whereever OP was at in a bit of a hurry so no longer has access to the DED channel! If OP is indeed OP and foul play has not interceeded OP is in a safe house/ safe place now and is trying to get access to another above top secret feed.....
Are you going on the Greenpeace ship? Amazing if you do. I would not have the guts. I would have wild imaginings and it would not be helpful at all!!!!
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Ah, well, with all the caps inserted into the post, I just went there (codes) from force of habit. My bad for not paying attention. Thanks, Child!
If I had an actual invite to go aboard, damn straight, I'd be there with my bo'sun's bag. Years ago, I had that opportunity to join a GP crew, and let it slide due to a relationship onshore in Maui. Yep, one of my few regrets. No, this is an invite to a live feed broadcast from the Arctic Sunrise in the GoM.
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Good Day. My situation at Safe Haven is changing regarding updates. Search for New Outlet possible. I Can Confirm two things. First , the canisters at embassies (except Japan) contain small pieces/samples of a "presumed" artifact. ( My Girlfriend Presumes its an artifact).
The canisters themselves are made from a "strange" type of ceramic (translation problem /porcelain).
Secondly,, the Japanese Briefcase differ in contents, theirs Contain a Metallic Cylinder and less documents. My GirlFriend's contact told her it was a Biohazard Containment Cylinder


op leaving bezerk?
why?
maybe he feels we are not in tune?
maybe he feels his posts are not having the desired attention?

ceramic crucibles are usually for dry matter,
an artifact left behind in small pieces,
maybe the resulting dry matter of a process?

metal would be for a biohazard, a live culture, maybe even the organism itself

chinese and japanese share ancestry and they where the only ones getting a different sample, sounds like an invitation (contrary to my earlier indications)

i suppose the op wants to play with us we have to play with him otherwise he will find another 'outlet'? (thats what i understood anyway)
 Quoting: dhlos 1134468


Excellent (once again), Japan is being invited. Sooner or later Japan will join forces with China. One problem is that the Marines are amassing in Ok. Too vulnerable, imo with eqs and closeness to strikes. BTW, it was stated that fiberglass boats and even metal was being "eaten" no?
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sorry for the confusion hans
but thats what i understood
op's words are not specific enough to be sure
but outlet is a place where one releases info and not a source of info


1221 you are on to something i feel

that ccc must of sent krispy to bed
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Dearest Tutu ,It seems that I recall that when OP began answering questions on page 611 ish that he or she stated that there wold be no more code so I don't think there is any now. It seems that OP had to leave whereever OP was at in a bit of a hurry so no longer has access to the DED channel! If OP is indeed OP and foul play has not interceeded OP is in a safe house/ safe place now and is trying to get access to another above top secret feed.....
Are you going on the Greenpeace ship? Amazing if you do. I would not have the guts. I would have wild imaginings and it would not be helpful at all!!!!
 Quoting: childoflight


I don't know about that...there were a lot of CAPS and such where they do not belong. I think we should cover all possibilities. :)
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Perhaps we can get a clue here.......a comparison of the properties of METAL and NON-METAL (PORCELAIN)
[link to www.ausetute.com.au]
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Referred to a a STRANGE type of porcelain.

I'm betting it is opaline.

Monatom, what is the more common opal found at Coober Pedy? The stuff that surrounds the real gems? Opaline?

Is that also where your white powder gold comes from within?

Again, I'm betting the canisters are made from opaline.

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Good Day. My situation at Safe Haven is changing regarding updates. Search for New Outlet possible. I Can Confirm two things. First , the canisters at embassies (except Japan) contain small pieces/samples of a "presumed" artifact. ( My Girlfriend Presumes its an artifact).
The canisters themselves are made from a "strange" type of ceramic (translation problem /porcelain).
Secondly,, the Japanese Briefcase differ in contents, theirs Contain a Metallic Cylinder and less documents. My GirlFriend's contact told her it was a Biohazard Containment Cylinder


op leaving bezerk?
why?
maybe he feels we are not in tune?
maybe he feels his posts are not having the desired attention?

ceramic crucibles are usually for dry matter,
an artifact left behind in small pieces,
maybe the resulting dry matter of a process?

metal would be for a biohazard, a live culture, maybe even the organism itself

chinese and japanese share ancestry and they where the only ones getting a different sample, sounds like an invitation (contrary to my earlier indications)

i suppose the op wants to play with us we have to play with him otherwise he will find another 'outlet'? (thats what i understood anyway)


Excellent (once again), Japan is being invited. Sooner or later Japan will join forces with China. One problem is that the Marines are amassing in Ok. Too vulnerable, imo with eqs and closeness to strikes. BTW, it was stated that fiberglass boats and even metal was being "eaten" no?
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I have been pondering the briefcases.

What would make the Chinese divulge what they found unless they only have PART of what they need. Kind of like they discovered a locked box and maybe they put out a call [briefcases] with a sample of the "artifact" as proof and the documents explain the "deal" they'd offer to anyone with the missing "key."

If they already had the whole shebang, why would they say anything? I don't think they would.

They are searching for something to complete what they found.

FWIW
 Quoting: 1221 1093619



Now that is a good idea!

How about a bluff?
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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GD MSH SNO ICC MGP S,JB CMC MGF BCC

Hmm, let them sink in.

I'll have to think about this one tounge
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GD= Good Day
MSH= My Safe Haven
SNO= Search New Outlet
ICC= I Can Confirm
MGP= My Girlfriend Presumes
S= Secondly
JB= Japanese Briefcase
CMC= Contain a Metallic Cylinder
MGF= My GirlFriend's
BCC= Biohazard Containment Cylinder
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this thread title is stupid, why do you morans keep upping this shite?
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For other morans to have something to talk about that is too hard for morons to understand. But I don't think you will understand.




edit added emphasis

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There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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This has been a bit disappointing I was expecting fireworks on OP's return.

whatever
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I have been pondering the briefcases.

What would make the Chinese divulge what they found unless they only have PART of what they need. Kind of like they discovered a locked box and maybe they put out a call [briefcases] with a sample of the "artifact" as proof and the documents explain the "deal" they'd offer to anyone with the missing "key."

If they already had the whole shebang, why would they say anything? I don't think they would.

They are searching for something to complete what they found.

FWIW



Now that is a good idea!

How about a bluff?
 Quoting: Housedad


The Chinese do love to gamble. Makes sense to me.
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I have been pondering the briefcases.

What would make the Chinese divulge what they found unless they only have PART of what they need. Kind of like they discovered a locked box and maybe they put out a call [briefcases] with a sample of the "artifact" as proof and the documents explain the "deal" they'd offer to anyone with the missing "key."

If they already had the whole shebang, why would they say anything? I don't think they would.

They are searching for something to complete what they found.

FWIW



Now that is a good idea!

How about a bluff?
 Quoting: Housedad


“Observe calmly; secure our position; cope with affairs calmly; hide our capacities and bide our time;be good at maintaining a low profile; and never claim leadership.”– Deng Xiaoping’s “24 Character Strategy

In reply to Japanese foreign minister's question to make China's defense policy more transparent, Chinese foreign minister Li Zhaoxing said, "I hope you can go to China to see the Great Wall. That is our national defense. You can take in everything in a glance. It is the most transparent." (2006)
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I have been pondering the briefcases.

What would make the Chinese divulge what they found unless they only have PART of what they need. Kind of like they discovered a locked box and maybe they put out a call [briefcases] with a sample of the "artifact" as proof and the documents explain the "deal" they'd offer to anyone with the missing "key."

If they already had the whole shebang, why would they say anything? I don't think they would.

They are searching for something to complete what they found.

FWIW



Now that is a good idea!

How about a bluff?


“Observe calmly; secure our position; cope with affairs calmly; hide our capacities and bide our time;be good at maintaining a low profile; and never claim leadership.”– Deng Xiaoping’s “24 Character Strategy

In reply to Japanese foreign minister's question to make China's defense policy more transparent, Chinese foreign minister Li Zhaoxing said, "I hope you can go to China to see the Great Wall. That is our national defense. You can take in everything in a glance. It is the most transparent." (2006)
 Quoting: 1221 1093619


Inscrutable!
edit: You soooooo clever, 1221!

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GD MSH SNO ICC MGP S,JB CMC MGF BCC

Hmm, let them sink in.


MSH - Melanocyte Stimulating Hormone

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

SNO - Sudbury Neutrino Observatory

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heavy water here

ICC - International Code Council HAHAHAHAHAAAAA!

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or International Chamber of Commerce

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MGP - Mathematics Genealogy Project or Mister Grumpy Pants

[link to acronyms.thefreedictionary.com]

See? I'm no good at this code thingy bingy.
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lolatu
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For other morans to have something to talk about that is too hard for morons to understand. But I don't think you will understand.

edit added emphasis
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chuckle

A lot of people here use the moran term dont they HD?
I had to check out what the reference was.
The later is more accurate me thinks!
In OZ the Morans are a crime family!
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GD MSH SNO ICC MGP S,JB CMC MGF BCC

Hmm, let them sink in.

I'll have to think about this one tounge

GD= Good Day
MSH= My Safe Haven
SNO= Search New Outlet
ICC= I Can Confirm
MGP= My Girlfriend Presumes
S= Secondly
JB= Japanese Briefcase
CMC= Contain a Metallic Cylinder
MGF= My GirlFriend's
BCC= Biohazard Containment Cylinder
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That's really good Laketrash! Not our usual scientific explaination. It makes quite good sense, and is a good starting point. Thanks for the contribution!

You changed your avatar?

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Monatom - correct me if I'm wrong, but I heard that distilled water has a tendency to leach minerals from your system, but I suppose you could add a supplement. Oh yeah, and you, my friend have access to the good stuff.
What about reverse osmosis filters?


Tutu,

That was an interesting question to me so checked it out!
Below is information I found....

"Distilled vs. Reverse Osmosis"
"The two most commonly recommended types of water by doctors are distilled water and reverse osmosis water. Both types are generally very pure although both can allow the carry over of trace contaminants if boiling points are similar or if molecular size is similar. Unfortunately, many advocates are unaware that ultra pure water is not the best for regular long-term consumption and that it can carry an unexpected long-term health risk.

Distilled water is boiled and evaporated. It has no minerals in it and the very structure of the cell of each water molecule is also stripped away; depending upon how it is treated, it may contain chemicals like nickel and aluminum. In my opinion it is not fit for human consumption.

To understand the reason why the purest is not always the best, one has to look at the basic chemistry of water itself. Water has what some chemists call a “stability index”. This index indicates how stable water is in relation to the chemicals and minerals in its immediate environment. Water naturally seeks to achieve a zero or neutral index. If water has a positive index at a given temperature, it will tend to release or precipitate minerals that are dissolved in it. One can witness the results of water having a strongly positive stability index (for example hard water) when such water deposits scale in pipes or hot water heaters.

Water that is on the negative side of the index is aggressive and prone to dissolving minerals and metals from its immediate environment. One can see evidence of such water when it corrodes pipes or produces rust. The more negative the index, the more aggressive the water is. Water produced from distillation and reverse osmosis has an extremely negative stability index. This water also actively absorbs carbon dioxide from the air and makes the water more acidic. When one drinks small quantities of this water for short periods of time, it has the special property of being able to absorb toxic substances in the body and remove them. This detoxification can be good for the body and can aid it in recovering from long-term exposure to certain contaminants. However, regular and long-term consumption of ultra-pure, demineralized water will also strip the body of magnesium, calcium and trace minerals. The more the mineral loss, the greater the risk of osteoporosis, osteo-arthritis, hypothyroidism, coronary artery disease, high blood pressure and a long list of degenerative diseases generally associated with premature aging.

The longer a person drinks demineralized water, the more likely the development of mineral deficiencies and an acid state in the body. A number of physicians, nutritionists and researchers now believe that aging and disease are the direct result of these deficiencies and lead to the development of an acid state in the body.

Dr. Zoltan P. Rona, a Canadian physician and clinical nutritionist, reports that exclusive consumption of de-mineralized water will, over time, lead to multiple mineral deficiencies. His research with over 3000 patients indicates that those who supplemented their purified water intake with trace minerals were not as deficient but still not as adequately nourished in minerals as their non-purified water drinking counterparts even after several years of mineral supplementation. Put simply, distilled water and reverse osmosis water acts like a vacuum and will suck out many of the beneficial trace minerals you need to stay healthy. Obtaining good mineral balance is hard enough; one clearly does not want to put a metabolic drain in their system by drinking distilled water.

Fasting while using distilled water can be particularly dangerous because of the rapid loss of electrolytes (sodium, potassium, chloride) and trace minerals like magnesium, deficiencies of which can cause heart beat irregularities and high blood pressure.

Cooking foods in distilled water pulls the minerals out of them and lowers their nutrient value.

Another point involves alkalinity and acidity. Natural health writers generally agree that the body maintains best health when it maintains a ph leaning to the alkaline side rather than the acidic side, and yet distilled water quickly turns highly acidic, about 5.8 in an open air container."

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 Quoting: fairflight



Sorry Fairflight, beg to differ.

Distilled water is perfectly safe and will not leech minerals from the human cell....Only those expelled by the cell in the first place as toxic are removed. Minerals in water generally have a difficult time being absorbed by the body, even from spring water. Pure Water is best for removing toxins and maintaining an alkaline PH. Water with minerals is generally more acidic. Our minerals absorbed by the body generally come from the food we eat.

[link to www.energiseforlife.com]

I include two silver coins in my collector for the purposes of ionization. My only thoughts with Corexit is that it may contain volatile substances, however, these should have already evaporated so distillation is the go.That way All solids in the water are eliminated.
Only thought regarding reverse osmosis is that it "kills" water and you have to put life back into it somehow.

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Monatom - correct me if I'm wrong, but I heard that distilled water has a tendency to leach minerals from your system, but I suppose you could add a supplement. Oh yeah, and you, my friend have access to the good stuff.
What about reverse osmosis filters?


Tutu,

That was an interesting question to me so checked it out!
Below is information I found....

"Distilled vs. Reverse Osmosis"
"The two most commonly recommended types of water by doctors are distilled water and reverse osmosis water. Both types are generally very pure although both can allow the carry over of trace contaminants if boiling points are similar or if molecular size is similar. Unfortunately, many advocates are unaware that ultra pure water is not the best for regular long-term consumption and that it can carry an unexpected long-term health risk.

Distilled water is boiled and evaporated. It has no minerals in it and the very structure of the cell of each water molecule is also stripped away; depending upon how it is treated, it may contain chemicals like nickel and aluminum. In my opinion it is not fit for human consumption.

To understand the reason why the purest is not always the best, one has to look at the basic chemistry of water itself. Water has what some chemists call a “stability index”. This index indicates how stable water is in relation to the chemicals and minerals in its immediate environment. Water naturally seeks to achieve a zero or neutral index. If water has a positive index at a given temperature, it will tend to release or precipitate minerals that are dissolved in it. One can witness the results of water having a strongly positive stability index (for example hard water) when such water deposits scale in pipes or hot water heaters.

Water that is on the negative side of the index is aggressive and prone to dissolving minerals and metals from its immediate environment. One can see evidence of such water when it corrodes pipes or produces rust. The more negative the index, the more aggressive the water is. Water produced from distillation and reverse osmosis has an extremely negative stability index. This water also actively absorbs carbon dioxide from the air and makes the water more acidic. When one drinks small quantities of this water for short periods of time, it has the special property of being able to absorb toxic substances in the body and remove them. This detoxification can be good for the body and can aid it in recovering from long-term exposure to certain contaminants. However, regular and long-term consumption of ultra-pure, demineralized water will also strip the body of magnesium, calcium and trace minerals. The more the mineral loss, the greater the risk of osteoporosis, osteo-arthritis, hypothyroidism, coronary artery disease, high blood pressure and a long list of degenerative diseases generally associated with premature aging.

The longer a person drinks demineralized water, the more likely the development of mineral deficiencies and an acid state in the body. A number of physicians, nutritionists and researchers now believe that aging and disease are the direct result of these deficiencies and lead to the development of an acid state in the body.

Dr. Zoltan P. Rona, a Canadian physician and clinical nutritionist, reports that exclusive consumption of de-mineralized water will, over time, lead to multiple mineral deficiencies. His research with over 3000 patients indicates that those who supplemented their purified water intake with trace minerals were not as deficient but still not as adequately nourished in minerals as their non-purified water drinking counterparts even after several years of mineral supplementation. Put simply, distilled water and reverse osmosis water acts like a vacuum and will suck out many of the beneficial trace minerals you need to stay healthy. Obtaining good mineral balance is hard enough; one clearly does not want to put a metabolic drain in their system by drinking distilled water.

Fasting while using distilled water can be particularly dangerous because of the rapid loss of electrolytes (sodium, potassium, chloride) and trace minerals like magnesium, deficiencies of which can cause heart beat irregularities and high blood pressure.

Cooking foods in distilled water pulls the minerals out of them and lowers their nutrient value.

Another point involves alkalinity and acidity. Natural health writers generally agree that the body maintains best health when it maintains a ph leaning to the alkaline side rather than the acidic side, and yet distilled water quickly turns highly acidic, about 5.8 in an open air container."

Edit to bold



Sorry Fairflight, beg to differ.

Distilled water is perfectly safe and will not leech minerals from the human cell....Only those expelled by the cell in the first place as toxic. Minerals in water generally have a difficult time being absorbed by the body, even from spring water. Pure Water is best for removing toxins and maintaining an alkaline PH. Water with minerals is generally more acidic. Our minerals absorbed by the body generally come from the food we eat.

[link to www.energiseforlife.com]

I include two silver coins in my collector for the purposes of ionization. My only thoughts with Corexit is that it may contain volatile substances, however, these should have already evaporated so distillation is the go.That way All solids in the water are eliminated.
Only thought regarding reverse osmosis is that it "kills" water and you have to put life back into it somehow.
 Quoting: Monatom

ahhh ahhh ahhh

This is crazy making! I use distilled water when I need a strong solvent action, like doing any cleaning, inside or out, but am leery of drinking it all the time because of that very thing. I don't currently do mineral supplements, but eat really well. We drink reverse osmosis water with the Emoto protocols to bless and structure it to a higher frequency. Sigh....
Thank goodness I don't live in the Gulf states. Their aquifers and rain water are royally screwed. All that on top of fluoride and chlorine. Yikes!

edit: Neither process eliminates nano particles..damn!

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Hi Tutu morning BEZERKERS!

Are you on their mailing list? Or did someone reach out to you?

I'm on the mailing list

TuTu, can I ask what mailing list?

*BTW - Love your quote and McKenna*

Thanks!

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We were following Arctic Sunrise for a while on marine traffic, 'cause they were arriving in the GoM late, and didn't really know what they were getting into.
And I love your avatar - is that a shot from SOHO?

edit> and your vedic quote - my rocks are very awake;-D
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Thread: They have taken over our Constitution via UCC and here is how they did it!

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G'day Tuuts

The solvent action is not inhibiting or damaging to the body. Merely removes toxins efficiently. That is what good water is for. As well, pure water hydrates the human cell more efficiently whereas pure h2o has to be extracted by the human cell from water containing anything.

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Only thought regarding reverse osmosis is that it "kills" water and you have to put life back into it somehow.
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I use only glass jugs for water purchased at a water store. I then leave them out in the sun for a few days to recharge the RO purified water.

sun
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Only thought regarding reverse osmosis is that it "kills" water and you have to put life back into it somehow.


I use only glass jugs for water purchased at a water store. I then leave them out in the sun for a few days to recharge the RO purified water.

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A couple of pieces of silver also helps. It is also the best anti bacterial. I used it in my stored water at the mine. No algae growth, no bacteria whatsoever and slightly ionic from what I am told.
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Good Day. My situation at Safe Haven is changing regarding updates. Search for New Outlet possible. I Can Confirm two things. First , the canisters at embassies (except Japan) contain small pieces/samples of a "presumed" artifact. ( My Girlfriend Presumes its an artifact).
The canisters themselves are made from a "strange" type of ceramic (translation problem /porcelain).
Secondly,, the Japanese Briefcase differ in contents, theirs Contain a Metallic Cylinder and less documents. My GirlFriend's contact told her it was a Biohazard Containment Cylinder
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1011531



Just a couple thoughts...

1) "My situation at Safe Haven is changing regarding updates. Search for New Outlet possible."

"Situation changing" is followed by SNO.
Could this be hinting at the possible new haven?

SNO possibilities:

SNO Sudbury Neutrino Observatory
SNO Sakon Nakhon, Thailand (Airport Code)
SNO Second Network Operator
SNO Società dei Neurologi, Neurochirurghi e Neuroradiologi Ospedalieri (Italy)
SNO Scienze Neurologiche Ospedaliere
SNO Société Nautique de l'Oise (France)
SNO Senior National Officer
SNO Statement of No Objection
SNO Saturday Night Oldies (radio show)
SNO Subject Named Officer
SNO Senior Noncommissioned Officer
SNO Spin Natural Orbital
SNO Special Naval Operation


Then " The canisters themselves are made from a "strange" type of ceramic (translation problem /porcelain)."

The way this sentence is put together, the TPP might be important.

TPP possibilities:


TPP Thiamine Pyrophosphate (coenzyme)
TPP Thermal Power Plant
TPP Tangible Personal Property (taxation)
TPP Technical Project Planning (US Army Corps of Engineers)

TPP Trading Partner Profile
TPP Text Presentation Program
TPP Third-Party Processor
TPP Target Product Profile (US regulatory drug development)
TPP Trans-Proteomic Pipeline
TPP Theoretical Particle Physics
TPP Tetraphenylphosphonium Bromide
TPP Tarapoto, Peru - Tarapoto (Airport Code)
TPP Total Package Procurement
TPP Tri-Phenyl Phosphate
TPP Trionix Program Package (software)
TPP Training Project Plan (US Navy task based curriculum development) )
TPP Technology Protection Plan
TPP Technological Products and Processes
TPP Test Plan and Procedures
TPP Technology Program Plan
TPP Technical Partner Programme
TPP Telecommunications Program Plan
TPP Trusteed Pension Plan
TPP Tape Preparation Program
TPP Transuranium Processing Plant
TPP TRADOC Priorities Program (US Army)
TPP Top Program Problem
TPP Third Party Producer (gaming)
TPP Thyroid Periodic Paralysis (rare medical condition)


Could it be a hint as to what is actually in the container (ceramic one that is)?

Please refrain from throwing tomatoes..lol..just trying and had some intuitive feelings.
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Sorry Fairflight, beg to differ.

Distilled water is perfectly safe and will not leech minerals from the human cell....Only those expelled by the cell in the first place as toxic are removed. Minerals in water generally have a difficult time being absorbed by the body, even from spring water. Pure Water is best for removing toxins and maintaining an alkaline PH. Water with minerals is generally more acidic. Our minerals absorbed by the body generally come from the food we eat.

[link to www.energiseforlife.com]

I include two silver coins in my collector for the purposes of ionization. My only thoughts with Corexit is that it may contain volatile substances, however, these should have already evaporated so distillation is the go.That way All solids in the water are eliminated.
Only thought regarding reverse osmosis is that it "kills" water and you have to put life back into it somehow.
 Quoting: Monatom


No apologies necessary Monotom,

This was not my personal take...just info I located. I really know nothing of this sort of thing. Just learning!
A wise person always weighs all the info and then decides! hf
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Only thought regarding reverse osmosis is that it "kills" water and you have to put life back into it somehow.


I use only glass jugs for water purchased at a water store. I then leave them out in the sun for a few days to recharge the RO purified water.

sun


A couple of pieces of silver also helps. It is also the best anti bacterial. I used it in my stored water at the mine. No algae growth, no bacteria whatsoever and slightly ionic from what I am told.
 Quoting: Monatom


Would using Sovereign Silver 10ppm work the same way?
I have several bottles of it.
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Only thought regarding reverse osmosis is that it "kills" water and you have to put life back into it somehow.


I use only glass jugs for water purchased at a water store. I then leave them out in the sun for a few days to recharge the RO purified water.

sun



A couple of pieces of silver also helps. It is also the best anti bacterial. I used it in my stored water at the mine. No algae growth, no bacteria whatsoever and slightly ionic from what I am told.
 Quoting: Monatom


Thanks so much, guys! It's a pity we have to even be talking about these measures to insure safe drinking water, but it's great to have all the viable options. I'll calm down now.
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GD MSH SNO ICC MGP S,JB CMC MGF BCC

Hmm, let them sink in.

I'll have to think about this one tounge

GD= Good Day
MSH= My Safe Haven
SNO= Search New Outlet
ICC= I Can Confirm
MGP= My Girlfriend Presumes
S= Secondly
JB= Japanese Briefcase
CMC= Contain a Metallic Cylinder
MGF= My GirlFriend's
BCC= Biohazard Containment Cylinder


That's really good Laketrash! Not our usual scientific explaination. It makes quite good sense, and is a good starting point. Thanks for the contribution!

You changed your avatar?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Are you for real? All he did was copy what OP said, and list initials.

And don't give me the "I was being sarcastic" shit. You happy-clappy lot don't have it in you.

It's very tedious wading through the masses of nonsensical crap added here to get to the real info, please keep it to a minimum if you can't resist..
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Only thought regarding reverse osmosis is that it "kills" water and you have to put life back into it somehow.


I use only glass jugs for water purchased at a water store. I then leave them out in the sun for a few days to recharge the RO purified water.

sun


A couple of pieces of silver also helps. It is also the best anti bacterial. I used it in my stored water at the mine. No algae growth, no bacteria whatsoever and slightly ionic from what I am told.


Would using Sovereign Silver 10ppm work the same way?
I have several bottles of it.
 Quoting: fairflight



.99 is best. Purer the better
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Good Day. My situation at Safe Haven is changing regarding updates. Search for New Outlet possible. I Can Confirm two things. First , the canisters at embassies (except Japan) contain small pieces/samples of a "presumed" artifact. ( My Girlfriend Presumes its an artifact).
The canisters themselves are made from a "strange" type of ceramic (translation problem /porcelain).
Secondly,, the Japanese Briefcase differ in contents, theirs Contain a Metallic Cylinder and less documents. My GirlFriend's contact told her it was a Biohazard Containment Cylinder
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1011531



Also.....

"Contain a Metallic Cylinder" - CMC

CMC possibility:

Central Military CommissionA Central Military Commission or National Defense Commission is an organisation typical of Communist one-party states, responsible for supervising the nation's armed forces.

Examples of existing CMCs can be found for example in China and Vietnam and North Korea

Central Military Commission (Chinese Soviet Republic)
Central Military Commission (People's Republic of China)
Central Military Commission (Socialist Republic of Vietnam)
National Defense Commission (Democratic People's Republic of Korea)
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