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Message Subject Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
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Will post this here, as will likely be deleted. For those who still enjoy and well honour the original intrigue of this story, a reason has been given why acolyte spoke out so harshly on the other thread. Certain things typed may have indicated he was involved again in the 'project' or feeding new data or interpretations, which in his world are a no-no. EDIT - which he wasnt, nor any of his people.

Fair enough. Maybe a private email next time?

Okay that is enough of this bickering.

BHD, just so you understand - your earlier posts would have caused this thread to become 'active' in the eyes of 'certain people'. SOP would be to ascertain whether Aco was connected to, or feeding this new burst of activity - which would be a big no-no. Aco's response was to signal that he was NOT behind, nor encouraging your posts.

I can tell you that EVERYTHING related to BEZERK that I ever saw in my time with the RRRs, got posted to either or both, the BEZERK and BRIEFCASE threads.

We are all on the same page when it comes to the hard data available - but we are not on the same page when it comes to interpretations.

I'll leave the above posts for a few more days, then I'm deleting all this recent crap.

Peace to you all.
 Quoting: nexuseditor

OK, I re-read your statement there.

Dont delete it. It shows a different aspect that some folks dont even bother with anymore, but is important on some level for others.

There is always email fellas.... no need to so publically attack or humiliate those just havin a dig about, or proposing a theory.

Remember also, that a question placed here is not necessarily directed at OP/Duncan/acolyte. A question is a question, and anyone is welcome to have a go, aren't they? That's why it is posted on a public forum - its called a discussion!
 Quoting: BadHairDay

Leave it up to you. I like the fact that there are differences of opinion about this subject. Not like the EJ days, but alternate interpretation from just as plausible or questionable (LOL) sources. Krispy and I are often referred to as a singular train of thought, when in fact we differ on a lot of things. I guess the core is the same.

Doesnt it make it more interesting that way? Best not to make Assumptions.

- and now, back to regular posting......
 Quoting: BadHairDay

Tnx for sharing here. I am banned from Nexus' thread ....
It is nice to know the reason and the why of the personal attack indeed.

What it sais in my eyes :
If some people from UP-THERE thought that Aco was having contact with us and being 'involved in BEZERK' again,
then we INDEED HIT A JACKPOT NERVE with the research of the last pages !
Otherwise Aco didnt had to defend himself and disgust us [and our thoughts/work] so much.

Yes, lol ... BHD and I differ on a lot of interpretations hahaha, but we are respectful and good about it, its not a problem. Maybe thats why many people think we are 1 and the same "train" ... fact is : sometimes differences work stimulating and are in some ways also complementary :)
And in the same way are other posters-opinions helpful and complementary and stimulating, even if we DONT agree :D
THAT is fantastic !!!

xxx K
 Quoting: Krispy71

Krispy, you are NOT banned from ANY of my threads, and were never banned from any of my threads.

So please stop with all the lies and bullshit.

Aco is disgusted because he sees people being told by you, over and over, that the organism is here to SAVE the planet - whereas Aco believes that it is NOT here to save the planet at all. You were given inside info to assess on the matter, but you chose to reject it all in favour of your own egomaniac dreams.

NOBODY on that side of the fence thinks the organism is here to save the planet. There might be some differences on how to spin WHO is to blame for the organism, but all agree it is not friendly and that it has killed many humans and non-humans already.

Even now, when I look back at the last few dozen pages of this thread, I see you Krispy, continually cherry-picking data and dots which ONLY back up YOUR personal beliefs and wants. That is NOT called RESEARCH, it is called trying to convince people that you are right, and to get them to see your point of view.

BEZERK was an experiment to 'test the water' for when they reveal the organism problem, and more, to the wider world. So they chose a 'safe' outlet - a public forum for the most bizarre stuff on the net - and watched the reactions. I can imagine them groaning and putting their faces in their hands, as they watched Krispy and her love affair with the organism hijack the whole debate with emotion and new age bling.

This thread is evidence that even at GLP, most people cannot handle shocking information - and will come up with some new-age bling fantasy to emotionally shield themselves from the shock.
 Quoting: nexuseditor

Hi All,

I'm a recent lurker here. I started at the back pages of this thread and moving inwards. I love the research I see going on in these back pages. So thanks.

However, in an attempt to catch up, would anyone be willing to link me to the pages where the "shocking" information is? I'll be glad to do my own research on it. The reason I'm posting is I feel this information is related to something else I've just run across.

And I'll be glad to come back to share what I get out of it.
I mine data but I share it too. I don't have a scarcity mentality. I'm the opposite in fact....the more I share, the more I receive, heh!

It's just so difficult to go through so many pages of so many threads here on GLP, LOL! This is the most exciting time of my life. I just can't get enough as I am sure is the same for many of you. I think of GLP as a huge think tank. (well for the discriminating anyway, heh)

As a thank you for helping me, I'd like to provide a link I find interesting. I'm still new at looking at it (just found it yesterday), but I think we are in for another quantum leap with data.

It's called The Human Face of Big Data.
[link to humanfaceofbigdata.com]

Some of the things they are finding out:
1) All bullet trains in Japan stopped 43 seconds before the eq (due to the sensors Japan installed).
2) People who watch tv for their news, have a belief in an afterlife; whereas the majority of those who get their news from the internet, do not.
3) Control towers in airports have radar readers that have thrown out radar readings they call "noise." The noise is patterns from bees, bats, birds, etc: (noise being interference with the planes they are watching). Scientists just found out about it and are gathering the data because they want to study it. They believe it will show migratory patterns.
4) You can sign up to find your data doppleganger.
5) The average person today, processes more information in one day, than a person in the 1500's processed in a lifetime.
6) They are gathering tweets and finding all kinds of patterns which is just now being reported. Apparently, the big face of data is a book that also has barcodes for movies you can watch. Pretty cool I think...if they are doing it the way I think they will..which is to upload interesting information as they find it.

To me, this shows we are on the brink of a data quantum jump. No telling what all will come out. Like I say, I've just started poking my nose in it.

Also, I don't know if you have discussed this or seen it, but next month, NASA is going to announce something mind-blowing from the Mars probe. I can't find the original article but here's another article about it:
[link to www.wired.com]

Of course, as usual, we will probably have to read between the lines and the suppression of evidence of all this new information, but we're used to that, right?

Anyway, thanks so much. And have a great day. peace

Edit: typos and clarity.
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