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Message Subject Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
Poster Handle BadHairDay
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Nalco, the producer of corexit, grew exponentially about a year prior to the DWH incident.

Nalco has had a presence in China since the early 1980s. On June 28, 1995, Nalco joined forces with a state-owned enterprise of the Peoples Republic of China.

Nalco China is a wholly-owned operation with two main manufacturing facilities. Their original plant is located in the city of Suzhou. The 15,855 square meter space is home to offices, a production plant, warehouses, and a research and design center. The new research center in Suzhou provides technical support throughout Northern Asia. This center is developing additional capabilities in membranes, mining and petroleum refining and processing.

Much of the corexit used and continuing to be used underwater at the Macondo site comes from China and India.

China holds more patents than any other country on modified natural oil eating bacterias, and synthetics than even the US. And has field tested more as well.

Could the programming of synthetics and how they could be activated beyond their known capabilities be a reason why the OP of this thread sees them as a threat?


Wondering also if the US to India delegation during the crisis had more to do with genomics and Indian/Nalco interests.

The indian's had a super-synthetic that claims to continue eating oil until none exists. Is this possibly what was placed and encouraged in the corexit used on the fisher? The combination of water ingress and oil consuming synthetics may have found its way up to Assumption Parish, and is about to meet a schmorgasbord with all the fracked land, reserves etc through Louisiana and beyond.
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