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An article I found after COL posted the worldvisonportal article today.
The New York Times ran this on June 17, 2010:

"Will Bacterial Plague Follow Crude Oil Spill Along Gulf Coast?

Some bacteria in the Gulf of Mexico love eating oil as much as they like infecting humans.

A close relative of the bacteria infamous for seafood contaminations that often lead to fatal disease, the microbe Vibrio parahaemolyticus, is common in warm coastal waters like the Gulf. The long comma-shaped bacteria, slurped down with raw oysters, brings twisting cramps and nausea to 4,500 American shellfish aficionados each year.

But unlike some of its finicky peers, V. parahaemolyticus has a deep thirst for crude oil. "You can feed it exclusively oil," and it will thrive, said Jay Grimes, marine microbiologist at the University of Southern Mississippi."


[link to www.nytimes.com]
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it's a long and twisting trail to the truth

here is a crumb

Perdido Complex


Link? just searched nothing relevant came up...thanks
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really?

it's not so hard
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You have no idea how I had to restrain myself from replying to your earlier post today. Your humor did not go unnoticed. You kill me. (in a good way)!



You do me honor with your words. . . . coming from you whom I respect greatly.

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Aw, thx, I think? LOL. OMG...I should have known! There's four of you in there! Gemini's are smart and funny!

I have a dear Gemini friend we call IE...Instant Entertainment. Always a hoot!
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Always a hoot!
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But really, all seriousness aside [heh heh]....

This nuke silo power failure thingie is some serious shit, doncha think?
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it's a long and twisting trail to the truth

here is a crumb

Perdido Complex


Link? just searched nothing relevant came up...thanks


really?

it's not so hard
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OK, so first I wrote: Do I need to pull out the DSM III? As in I thought you were referring to a complex/disorder...

Then I went back and looked again...ok cool temples, pyramids, interesting history

[link to mayamiscellany.blogspot.com]

Might you want to give me more than a crumb? Perhaps a nibble, so I can get a taste of what your dining on?

Thanks in advance
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Always a hoot!



But really, all seriousness aside [heh heh]....

This nuke silo power failure thingie is some serious shit, doncha think?
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Yes I do. And eerily reminiscent of one of the retired USAF officers account. If I recall correctly he spoke about ALL POWER, including, 2 or 3 levels(?) or backup power-OUT.
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Usually, as soon as the power goes down you hear starters grinding on those big diesel generators, emergency (battery) lighting comes on and in less than a minute, unless you are close to the room where generators are, you never know anything is out of the ordinary.
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it's a long and twisting trail to the truth

here is a crumb

Perdido Complex


Link? just searched nothing relevant came up...thanks


really?

it's not so hard


OK, so first I wrote: Do I need to pull out the DSM III? As in I thought you were referring to a complex/disorder...

Then I went back and looked again...ok cool temples, pyramids, interesting history

[link to mayamiscellany.blogspot.com]

Might you want to give me more than a crumb? Perhaps a nibble, so I can get a taste of what your dining on?

Thanks in advance
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hmmm...

Perdido Spar
Perdido/kon-tiki
Mundo Perdido!
the 'lost world' is 50 millon years old
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Or Shell Oil's Perdido site ~ [link to www.chron.com]
"When your eyes are incapable of tears,
your ears lose their sensitivity,
your voice is unable to wound and
your feet are cleansed in the blood
of your heart, then you may stand
in the presence of your master."

Loosely translated from:
"Light on the Path"
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Usually, as soon as the power goes down you hear starters grinding on those big diesel generators, emergency (battery) lighting comes on and in less than a minute, unless you are close to the room where generators are, you never know anything is out of the ordinary.
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Yep, I stand corrected- the article claims there was NO power failure.

Tutu and Ahim-Sa were on Stuxnet to begin with.
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G'nite all. Can't wait to see what the morrow bringeth.

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sleeping

G'nite all. Can't wait to see what the morrow bringeth.

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Good night Ahim-Sa, sweet golden dreams :)
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Royal Dutch Shell is beginning oil and natural gas production at its massive Perdido hub in the deep-water Gulf of Mexico....

[link to www.chron.com]
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sleeping

G'nite all. Can't wait to see what the morrow bringeth.

blwkss
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Back atcha Ahim=saAhim-sa
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How could the Russians have gotten hold of bp little organism prior to the gulf situation. So we would have to be talking about two different organisms. one created by bp and one naturally occurring. It would not show up in 5 different wells if it where not natural for after the first incident I doubt they would introduce it to another 4 wells. Call me confused.

Perhaps the new bp bug fused with the old bug and Oh what a mess. rken



RKEN, depends on how and where you view oil as being. The Ruskies have known it is abiotic since the 50's and the Yanks worked it out in the late 70's.

Personally, I dont think it lays in small pockets about the Earth. I think it is all interconnected,
like blood in veins in our body, Her body.

So if AUgie uses oil as a conduit to get around, it makes sense that it can pop up anywhere, I guess like white blood cells. Actually, maybe oil is more like the lymphatic system in our bodies?

Another perspective which we talked about a looong while back was that various oild companies were 'seeding' wells
with specific bacteria to create pretty much pre-refined types of oil products. They just needed to sit for a while
and percolate.

Tie that in with oil/blood being interconnected, and its right throughout the blood stream now, toxic beyond belief,
so no wonder there has been a reaction! They're trying to kill me! Help..

Just thinkin'.


Interesting thoughts indeed!
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Agree bhd but others would have to also be in the know other than just the Russian if what you are suggesting is true. So OP's info would not be true. I thinks however one thing we know for sure they have created a mega monster and only time will tell what the consequences will be. rken
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Yeah they created a monster - it doesn't respond to antibiotics AND there is no off switch.




Thread: Synthetic DNA Bacteria Cells in Gulf of Mexico Eating Up Oil, Fish and PEOPLE

Synthetic DNA Bacteria Cells in Gulf of Mexico Eating Up Oil, Fish and PEOPLE
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THE GULF BLUE PLAGUE
IT’S NOT WISE TO FOOL MOTHER NATURE

It’s not wise to fool Mother Nature. Those who think they can get away with it will abruptly learn that payback can be more than they bargained for. That’s because nature will always retaliate in subtle retorts that shake the very foundations of this earth as well as life itself. Playing the role of Creator is a very dangerous game.

As part of their new logo and corporate image campaign, British Petroleum (BP) wants the public to think of them as their new slogan says, “Beyond Petroleum”. BP is far more than a simple oil company. What is revealed below regarding BP and their ‘beyond petroleum’ activities, both prior to and including their Gulf of Mexico catastrophe, will create a picture for the reader one pixel dot at a time. Once the person who reads everything presented here connects all the dots of the picture, it will be more than obvious that BP has tried to fool Mother Nature… and she’s retaliating with a vengeance that is affecting the entire world. This is a perilous game that has now gotten out of control. What began in the Gulf of Mexico, in February 2010, has now escalated into a man-made biological nightmare of unknown proportions.

SYNTHETIC GENOMICS

On June 13, 2007, BP made a long-term research and development deal and an undisclosed equity investment into a company named Synthetic Genomics Inc. based in Rockville, Maryland. Synthetic Genomics was co-founded by Dr. J. Craig Venter to commercialize genomic-driven technologies. (1) Genomics is the scientific study of the entire DNA sequence of an organism's genome. A genome is all the genetic information in the chromosomes of an organism, including its genes and DNA sequences.

********

More at link to other thread.
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An article I found after COL posted the worldvisonportal article today.
The New York Times ran this on June 17, 2010:

"Will Bacterial Plague Follow Crude Oil Spill Along Gulf Coast?

Some bacteria in the Gulf of Mexico love eating oil as much as they like infecting humans.

A close relative of the bacteria infamous for seafood contaminations that often lead to fatal disease, the microbe Vibrio parahaemolyticus, is common in warm coastal waters like the Gulf. The long comma-shaped bacteria, slurped down with raw oysters, brings twisting cramps and nausea to 4,500 American shellfish aficionados each year.

But unlike some of its finicky peers, V. parahaemolyticus has a deep thirst for crude oil. "You can feed it exclusively oil," and it will thrive, said Jay Grimes, marine microbiologist at the University of Southern Mississippi."


[link to www.nytimes.com]
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great find. bump for viewing factor. rken
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How could the Russians have gotten hold of bp little organism prior to the gulf situation. So we would have to be talking about two different organisms. one created by bp and one naturally occurring. It would not show up in 5 different wells if it where not natural for after the first incident I doubt they would introduce it to another 4 wells. Call me confused.

Perhaps the new bp bug fused with the old bug and Oh what a mess. rken



RKEN, depends on how and where you view oil as being. The Ruskies have known it is abiotic since the 50's and the Yanks worked it out in the late 70's.

Personally, I dont think it lays in small pockets about the Earth. I think it is all interconnected,
like blood in veins in our body, Her body.

So if AUgie uses oil as a conduit to get around, it makes sense that it can pop up anywhere, I guess like white blood cells. Actually, maybe oil is more like the lymphatic system in our bodies?

Another perspective which we talked about a looong while back was that various oild companies were 'seeding' wells
with specific bacteria to create pretty much pre-refined types of oil products. They just needed to sit for a while
and percolate.

Tie that in with oil/blood being interconnected, and its right throughout the blood stream now, toxic beyond belief,
so no wonder there has been a reaction! They're trying to kill me! Help..

Just thinkin'.


Interesting thoughts indeed!

Agree bhd but others would have to also be in the know other than just the Russian if what you are suggesting is true. So OP's info would not be true. I thinks however one thing we know for sure they have created a mega monster and only time will tell what the consequences will be. rken
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Gaia as a living being fits the information we have, ignoring our own egocentric views. Oil could well be viewed as blood by definition. I would not discard that idea to quickly.

It would seem that it was the nanotech bacterium that was captured in the gulf as described by the OP, perhaps it only activated when released at depth in combination with other elements? Thus requiring a deep sea capture of an active sample? The thing is I can see the reason another faction would want the bacterium. To reverse engineer it for their own purposes. greed has not limits or morals.
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it's a long and twisting trail to the truth

here is a crumb

Perdido Complex

really?

it's not so hard

hmmm...

Perdido Spar
Perdido/kon-tiki
Mundo Perdido!
the 'lost world' is 50 millon years old
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Perdido Spar=Deepest OffShore Drilling Rig in the World

Perdido/kon-tiki=a transmembrane protein, Kon-tiki (Kon, FlyBase term Perdido), that mediates myotube target recognition in the Drosophila embryo.

Mundo Perdido!=Perhaps the oldest of all the structural complexes found in Tikal, Mundo Perdido has many unique characteristics.

the 'lost world' is 50 millon years old=still looking
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it's a long and twisting trail to the truth

here is a crumb

Perdido Complex

really?

it's not so hard

hmmm...

Perdido Spar
Perdido/kon-tiki
Mundo Perdido!
the 'lost world' is 50 millon years old




Perdido Spar=Deepest OffShore Drilling Rig in the World

Perdido/kon-tiki=a transmembrane protein, Kon-tiki (Kon, FlyBase term Perdido), that mediates myotube target recognition in the Drosophila embryo.

Mundo Perdido!=Perhaps the oldest of all the structural complexes found in Tikal, Mundo Perdido has many unique characteristics.

the 'lost world' is 50 millon years old=still looking
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Oh crap Tutes.... should I stop eating 'em!!??
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Royal Dutch Shell is beginning oil and natural gas production at its massive Perdido hub in the deep-water Gulf of Mexico....

[link to www.chron.com]
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I think this covers it pretty well
Edit to say I am sure it was mentioned previously in the thread. This was to have started in April I believe, also B P are a major player.

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Oh crap Tutes.... should I stop eating 'em!!??
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UGH! No wonder I was getting lost trying to get back! Thx BHD.

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Oh crap Tutes.... should I stop eating 'em!!??
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I think this covers it pretty well
Edit to say I am sure it was mentioned previously in the thread. This was to have started in April I believe, also B P are a major player.
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Ok, works for me, thx Mud! My brain is tired tonight :)
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Trying to simplify some bit's and pieces ~ feel free to point out any errors...

Points:

"... very deep [frozen] hole, underwater, in the GOM..."

"... very 'old' stuff leaks [is warmed and comes out of hibernation] out..."

"Apparently the Russians have been deeper on land [and underwater in Lake Vostok, Antarctica and Lake B, Russia].."


Suggestions of priority to theories:...

This suggested 'mad scientist' would be attached to a group intent upon creating an 'algae oil' as has been suggested several times on this thread. There is support for that idea based upon stock activity over the past 12-18 months.
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Some salient points there AC 1142909 ~ I won't dispute any.

I'm not sure if the communication quite hit the mark though...

I was trying to either have verified or shot down a possible link to why Russian sailors had their hands on an 'empirical calibrator to Em (translation problem)', as per one of OP's earlier statements.

Part of my reasoning was based on their experience at dealing with very deep drilling operations that get out of hand.

Another wee ~ un-verified ~ part of my thinking related to the 'Em' component in that communication. It seems probable imo the magnetic anomalies caused by the huge amounts of whatever it is floating around the GOM and making many people sick, may have disrupted submarine and surface vessels navigation equipment enough that they would require re-calibration to compensate for errors...?

You may be aware with the term 'de-gaussing' which can be performed on vessels? Perhaps this 'emp cal' unit did something like that ~ I don't know but if something starts screwing with your compass at sea, you can be royally screwed.

Of course surface vessels should still have their GPS/SatNav systems so it would apply to submerged submarines a lot more so.

Also, why did the US Navy move all those vessels to Costa Rica in early July?

Getting totally off-topic... if it is colloidal gold, it may help mop up a few nasty's...
"When your eyes are incapable of tears,
your ears lose their sensitivity,
your voice is unable to wound and
your feet are cleansed in the blood
of your heart, then you may stand
in the presence of your master."

Loosely translated from:
"Light on the Path"
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Trying to simplify some bit's and pieces ~ feel free to point out any errors...

Points:

"... very deep [frozen] hole, underwater, in the GOM..."

"... very 'old' stuff leaks [is warmed and comes out of hibernation] out..."

"Apparently the Russians have been deeper on land [and underwater in Lake Vostok, Antarctica and Lake B, Russia].."


Suggestions of priority to theories:...

This suggested 'mad scientist' would be attached to a group intent upon creating an 'algae oil' as has been suggested several times on this thread. There is support for that idea based upon stock activity over the past 12-18 months.

Some salient points there AC 1142909 ~ I won't dispute any.

I'm not sure if the communication quite hit the mark though...

I was trying to either have verified or shot down a possible link to why Russian sailors had their hands on an 'empirical calibrator to Em (translation problem)', as per one of OP's earlier statements.

Part of my reasoning was based on their experience at dealing with very deep drilling operations that get out of hand.

Another wee ~ un-verified ~ part of my thinking related to the 'Em' component in that communication. It seems probable imo the magnetic anomalies caused by the huge amounts of whatever it is floating around the GOM and making many people sick, may have disrupted submarine and surface vessels navigation equipment enough that they would require re-calibration to compensate for errors...?

You may be aware with the term 'de-gaussing' which can be performed on vessels? Perhaps this 'emp cal' unit did something like that ~ I don't know but if something starts screwing with your compass at sea, you can be royally screwed.

Of course surface vessels should still have their GPS/SatNav systems so it would apply to submerged submarines a lot more so.

Also, why did the US Navy move all those vessels to Costa Rica in early July?

Getting totally off-topic... if it is colloidal gold, it may help mop up a few nasty's...
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fellowearthling, I think the Em in the communications referred to the French sub Emeraude - you know, the one the US Navy didn't sink.
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Oh crap Tutes.... should I stop eating 'em!!??

Don't spoil your dinner.
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You got a camera on me? Its my bday today, and I'm off to a surprise (not) dinner at Ribs n Rumps! Mmmmm.
(wife arranged it, but they called me to confirm!! Ooops.)

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Trying to simplify some bit's and pieces ~ feel free to point out any errors...

'empirical calibrator to Em (translation problem)', as per one of OP's earlier statements...

... part of my thinking related to the 'Em' component in that communication. It seems probable imo the magnetic anomalies caused by the huge amounts of whatever it is floating around the GOM and making many people sick, may have disrupted submarine and surface vessels navigation equipment enough that they would require re-calibration to compensate for errors...?

fellowearthling, I think the Em in the communications referred to the French sub Emeraude - you know, the one the US Navy didn't sink.
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You're probably quite right, I should have related to the 'magnetic anonalies' rather than the 'Em', getting side-tracked is common for this earthling...
"When your eyes are incapable of tears,
your ears lose their sensitivity,
your voice is unable to wound and
your feet are cleansed in the blood
of your heart, then you may stand
in the presence of your master."

Loosely translated from:
"Light on the Path"
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And it's (the 'empirical calibrator') probably a lot more complex than de-gaussing if it's dealing with the magnetic radiation, as it's referred to.

Gyroscopes, compasses and other magnetically based nav equipment would obviously be the most susceptible.
"When your eyes are incapable of tears,
your ears lose their sensitivity,
your voice is unable to wound and
your feet are cleansed in the blood
of your heart, then you may stand
in the presence of your master."

Loosely translated from:
"Light on the Path"

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