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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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o many things reported, captain of aircraft report buoy failure, all data loss, no measurements taken, captain says buoy just popped within seconds of hitting foam, melted and sunk, second buoy did the same
Mistral issued alert to all vicinity traffic to avoid column
Em captain says pipes forming on seabed and leading from rim
GCP captain stil has proximity alert on cargo, waiting for instructions
there are other DED channel alerts also but they not from the gulf of mexico



Did OP mean to say "pipes foaming"?


"Em captain says pipes forming on seabed and leading from rim"

Kimberlite pipes?

that's maybe it
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and "leading from rim"

rim of a volcano?
sounds like it
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There is definitely more going on than BP's oil leak. I strongly suspect, as do others, that BP's disaster was created to divert our attention from the cracking sea floor due to tremendous land movement.

Remember, there is a major leak several miles away from the BOP.
AC



so, bp's leak was created to divert attention away from
a major leak ?

yeah, right - whatever u say




It has been told and mentioned many time before ... where have you been ?
Sigh ....
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Thanks, Krispy! Yes, some people need to catch up.
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29 vessels at the site, now

possible evacuation of rigs?


with sub crisis almost 100 vessels

but "hurricane"is coming ???
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Although the hurricane is not going to hit directly the site, they are expecting extreme seas and heavy weather. Also expecting the wind direction to push the oil deeper onto coast from LA to Alabama.
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Thanks for the vid AC826286
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o many things reported, captain of aircraft report buoy failure, all data loss, no measurements taken, captain says buoy just popped within seconds of hitting foam, melted and sunk, second buoy did the same
Mistral issued alert to all vicinity traffic to avoid column
Em captain says pipes forming on seabed and leading from rim
GCP captain stil has proximity alert on cargo, waiting for instructions
there are other DED channel alerts also but they not from the gulf of mexico



Did OP mean to say "pipes foaming"?


"Em captain says pipes forming on seabed and leading from rim"

Kimberlite pipes?

that's maybe it


and "leading from rim"

rim of a volcano?
sounds like it
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Already is an international affair. Check the flags on the posts!


.....

since I listened to Matt Simons, yes this is cover up for multiple leaks of oceanfloor


so??? within limited of time it will become International affair
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I wonder what will happen should Alex move into the immediate area of the greatest methane/oil concentrations there. What happens when the atmospheric pressure drops steeply? Will this allow a more rapid change/rise of methane through the water column, or not? I don't think anyone knows which is why every hull is beating feet the heck out of there.

Along the same vein....what happens if a sub sails through such a column? It suffers a rapid drop as well-right? I bet there are strands of methane just like there are strands of oil, scattered all over down there like a tangled knot of knitting yarn, held down by pressure and temperature.

Thankfully, the effects of the storm will not reach that deep. IIRC, its only the top 20 meters or so that gets roiled with surface hurricane activity.
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Well, in checking out the buoy data..there is some interesting info.

Main link is below. There are many sublinks / historical data to refer to for whoever else wants to dig around.

What I've found so far:

1. Some of the buoys (i.e. sublink) are RED, which denotes no data updates in last 8-24 hours.

2. When compare water temps to previous years..for those buoys that are reporting there is approx. 3- 6 degree variance. (on what I've seen so far)

3. Some of the BP buoys are NOT reporting water temp, but other readings are there. (is dash line for water temp) can't help but wonder WHY the ommission of this common data

4. Almost all are showing change in air pressure (expected with Alex)

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
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o many things reported, captain of aircraft report buoy failure, all data loss, no measurements taken, captain says buoy just popped within seconds of hitting foam, melted and sunk, second buoy did the same
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This foam must be like pure acid.
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
o many things reported, captain of aircraft report buoy failure, all data loss, no measurements taken, captain says buoy just popped within seconds of hitting foam, melted and sunk, second buoy did the same
Mistral issued alert to all vicinity traffic to avoid column
Em captain says pipes forming on seabed and leading from rim
GCP captain stil has proximity alert on cargo, waiting for instructions
there are other DED channel alerts also but they not from the gulf of mexico



Did OP mean to say "pipes foaming"?


"Em captain says pipes forming on seabed and leading from rim"

Kimberlite pipes?

that's maybe it


and "leading from rim"

rim of a volcano?
sounds like it


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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here is some more:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Volcanic pipes form as the result of violent eruptions of deep-origin volcanoes. These volcanoes originate at least three times as deep as most other volcanoes, and the resulting magma that is pushed toward the surface is high in magnesium and volatile compounds such as water and carbon dioxide. As the body of magma rises toward the surface, the volatile compounds transform to gaseous phase as pressure is reduced with decreasing depth. This sudden expansion propels the magma upward at rapid speeds, resulting in a shallow supersonic eruption. A useful analogy to this process is the uncorking of a warm or shaken bottle of champagne."
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Thanks for the buoy link, you may be right, didn't someone post up that fiberglass boats were melting yesterday?
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Lots of threads today that are making me worried about whats going on. Anybody else see this?
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Jeez, 101 pages. what did i miss ?

is WW3 starting in the GoM with some subs instead of korean, persian, or gulf of Oman ?
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
o many things reported, captain of aircraft report buoy failure, all data loss, no measurements taken, captain says buoy just popped within seconds of hitting foam, melted and sunk, second buoy did the same
Mistral issued alert to all vicinity traffic to avoid column
Em captain says pipes forming on seabed and leading from rim
GCP captain stil has proximity alert on cargo, waiting for instructions
there are other DED channel alerts also but they not from the gulf of mexico



Did OP mean to say "pipes foaming"?


"Em captain says pipes forming on seabed and leading from rim"

Kimberlite pipes?

that's maybe it


and "leading from rim"

rim of a volcano?
sounds like it


[link to en.wikipedia.org]


here is some more:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Volcanic pipes form as the result of violent eruptions of deep-origin volcanoes. These volcanoes originate at least three times as deep as most other volcanoes, and the resulting magma that is pushed toward the surface is high in magnesium and volatile compounds such as water and carbon dioxide. As the body of magma rises toward the surface, the volatile compounds transform to gaseous phase as pressure is reduced with decreasing depth. This sudden expansion propels the magma upward at rapid speeds, resulting in a shallow supersonic eruption. A useful analogy to this process is the uncorking of a warm or shaken bottle of champagne."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1019621


from the above wiki:

"Kimberlite pipes

In kimberlite pipes, the eruption ejects a column of overlying material directly over the magma column, and does not form a large above-ground elevation as typical volcanoes do; instead, a low ring of ejecta known as a tuff ring forms around a bowl-shaped depression over the subterranean column of magma."

pipes forming on the seabed leading from the rim

they drilled into something volcanic is my take -- remember Lindsay on alexjones said that they had drilled into a batholith -- a hollow granite chamber associated with volcanic activity

nope, probably can not use explosives on something volcanic surrounded by chemical and ordinance dumps

gee, this is screwed
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o many things reported, captain of aircraft report buoy failure, all data loss, no measurements taken, captain says buoy just popped within seconds of hitting foam, melted and sunk, second buoy did the same
Mistral issued alert to all vicinity traffic to avoid column
Em captain says pipes forming on seabed and leading from rim
GCP captain stil has proximity alert on cargo, waiting for instructions
there are other DED channel alerts also but they not from the gulf of mexico



Did OP mean to say "pipes foaming"?


"Em captain says pipes forming on seabed and leading from rim"

Kimberlite pipes?

that's maybe it


and "leading from rim"

rim of a volcano?
sounds like it


[link to en.wikipedia.org]


here is some more:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Volcanic pipes form as the result of violent eruptions of deep-origin volcanoes. These volcanoes originate at least three times as deep as most other volcanoes, and the resulting magma that is pushed toward the surface is high in magnesium and volatile compounds such as water and carbon dioxide. As the body of magma rises toward the surface, the volatile compounds transform to gaseous phase as pressure is reduced with decreasing depth. This sudden expansion propels the magma upward at rapid speeds, resulting in a shallow supersonic eruption. A useful analogy to this process is the uncorking of a warm or shaken bottle of champagne."


from the above wiki:

"Kimberlite pipes

In kimberlite pipes, the eruption ejects a column of overlying material directly over the magma column, and does not form a large above-ground elevation as typical volcanoes do; instead, a low ring of ejecta known as a tuff ring forms around a bowl-shaped depression over the subterranean column of magma."

pipes forming on the seabed leading from the rim

they drilled into something volcanic is my take -- remember Lindsay on alexjones said that they had drilled into a batholith -- a hollow granite chamber associated with volcanic activity

nope, probably can not use explosives on something volcanic surrounded by chemical and ordinance dumps

gee, this is screwed
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1019621


well, a batholith would be hollow if it was old volcanic activity
obviously this is active so the batholith is not empty and active
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guys'n'girls

the markets are crashing!!!
especialy the countries involved

russia
uk
norway (scandinavia)
us
mexico
argentina(opening)
venezuela(opening)

oil


related?
[link to www.indexq.org]
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very impressive !
well done
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New Matt Simmons interview is pretty explosive. He says that there is what amounts to a 'hole' in the sea floor about ten miles away from what everyone thinks is the leak. He says that 120,000 barrels of oil and toxic gases are pouring out.. and that it is all on fire and extremely hot.. OP's 'pipes' could be volcanic vent pipes forming. He also says that what is being viewed on the live feeds is not the real leak. Everyone needs to listen and make up their own mind. A lot of what Simmons says is happening could tie in with what the OP of this thread is reporting.
Link [link to www.trunews.com]
WARNING this a slow load..seems everyone is listening

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Has anyone else seen James Cameron's VOLCANOES OF THE DEEP SEA (2003)? It is an amazing documentary.

[YOUTUBE] [link to www.youtube.com]
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A little of subject but i have to pass this on. I just got off the phone with my father who lives in Biloxi (on the Gulf in MS), he said he just got back from the beach and said there where TAR BLOBs the size of man hole covers all over the place.....very depressing for me....thks for listening.
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Have not been able to get the Simmons link to load. Thanks for explaining.


New Matt Simmons interview is pretty explosive. He says that there is what amounts to a 'hole' in the sea floor about ten miles away from what everyone thinks is the leak. He says that 120,000 barrels of oil and toxic gases are pouring out.. and that it is all on fire and extremely hot.. OP's 'pipes' could be volcanic vent pipes forming. He also says that what is being viewed on the live feeds is not the real leak. Everyone needs to listen and make up their own mind. A lot of what Simmons says is happening could tie in with the OP of this thread is reporting.
Link [link to www.trunews.com]
WARNING this a slow load..seems everyone is listening
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If the map coordinates are plugged into a Map application..like Google..some of the area is a no look zone, and then a majority that can see there is etchings on floor that have to be man made..

either that or the Google Map dept. needs serious help on their photoshop abilities
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ITA w/Krispy. Thank you for putting it all in one cohesive post on page 99.

All the things we've seen building up and questioned over the past several years are culminating now. We're watching our own doom form and be carried out soon. Please, if you are in the gulf, consider leaving asap.
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Simmons also says that the methane gas bubble is 120 miles wide, 400/500ft high, and is sitting at a depth of 4500ft below the surface of the water.
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Simmons interview can be heard here..when conversion is complete.
[link to video.godlikeproductions.com]
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Excellent read Krispy, you should post that on a new thread so that others, who abandoned this thread, can read your combined analysis. Great GLP stuff.
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Good suggestion hf
I will do that and then go to rest.
i will check the thread lateron.

See you there folks xx

Here is the thread :
Thread: BP and TPTB, connecting the dots of voilcano-spill, magnetised water, new pole creation, new ice age and french sub


I am out for a few hours. Bye.
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OP : good day, I'n not on the DED yet but I want to post what my girlfriend told me about another explanation for 301. She does not know what the cargo is yet but she asked about 301. This could be nothing to do with the cargo also being a 301 or with this incident at all, but I inform you anyway as an extra.
She says it is very high and that even the classification is classified. She tricked her supervisor and what she find is something about operation deep freeze(300) and anti-freeze(301) something about engines not working. Because of 301 all US military and coast and marine guard and submarines and ships are now being recalled and fitted and they bringing the date forward with six months. She saw ship names like polar bear, polar cap and polar sea. She guess maybe the US is heating the gulf like a reactor with nuclear or chemical on purpose to avoid deep freeze. She thinks the other submarines are there to remove these devices. This is probably maybe just a fun and silly guess from her, she is good with these things.
I Will meet her later at her office and get an update on DED and get more information on the cargo and where it is now. Early this morning I sent another DED transcript to AFP.
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Krispy:

I been watching this thread, but had to leave for work at times since sunday...what day/or page was the above quoted? Need that for my timeline.

Thanks
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Well, at this point it certainly sounds as if we're getting a new volcano in the Gulf.
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Underwater volcanoes that spew asphalt instead of lava: they were discovered in the Gulf of Mexico during an expedition of the research vessel SONNE, led by Prof. Gerhard Bohrmann of the DFG Research Center Ocean Margins. On these volcanoes the multinational team of scientists encountered a previously unknown highly diverse ecosystem at a water depth of 3,000 meters. The prominent scientific journal Science reports the spectacular discovery in its issue of 14 May 2004.

[link to www.marum.de]

Mud volcano in the Gulf of Mexico sea bottom

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Well, at this point it certainly sounds as if we're getting a new volcano in the Gulf.
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a new volcano ?
peace
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Bob, I looked and I can't find it, it's here somewhere,lol. Trying to multitask here.

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