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Top Kill: Reflections of the Deepwater Horizon

 
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Perfect tunes...
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It is always worthy a repeat!
The term derives from the Ancient Greek words, meta, meaning beyond or after, and noia, meaning perception or understanding or mind.
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...as deeper and deeper we go into the unfathomable yawing gulf...
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...including analyzing seismic data to determine how they interact with free gas accumulations.
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...There's nothing "new" about it and this is what happens when people try to be armchair experts...
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There is nothing new indeed about planning a means to get methane hydrates to market. But when you go out and see this, do let us know.
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That has nothing to do with what I just said. You aren't listening. For the THIRD TIME, the ENSCO 8502 has been there since 2010 and this thread is based on an unfactual post.
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The Knotty Head field lies in Green Canyon block 512 in the Gulf of Mexico. It is operated by Nexen Petroleum with a 25% working interest. Other equity partners include StatoilHydro 25%, BHP Billiton 25% and ChevronTexaco 25%.

...

The Ensco 8502 rig arrived at the field in July 2010 and underwent sea trials. Due to the drilling moratorium placed in the Gulf of Mexico, acceptance of the rig is expected to be delayed.

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ENSCO 8502
ENSCO 8502 is the second ultra-deepwater semi-submersible rig contracted for the field. Built by Keppel FELS in Singapore, the rig has the same drilling depth capability of 35,000ft as that of ENSCO 8501.
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But then again, I have been using an armchair, watching all this go down for a while now. Can’t deny that.
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Pain of Salvation - Morning on Earth



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Album: The Perfect Element I
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Cause the fish knows, everything...



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see your IC = where you come from is pisces (waters), your chiron (wound) is in pisces (flood), and saturn or your restriction comes from this ancient wound as well.. but saturn is also wisdom and this earned wisdom is feeding ur mission too
 Quoting: Reading on Chiron

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peace
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Loreena McKennitt The two trees



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It is always worthy a repeat!
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True, dat.
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Poof. You are no longer here. :) The Two Trees by Loreena. What an absolutely stunning song though.
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In December 1945, two peasants, Muhammed and Khalifah 'Ali of the al-Samman clan were digging for fertiliser at the base of the Jabal al-Tarif cliff, using the saddle-bags of their camels to carry the earth back. The cliff is about 11km north-east of Nag Hammadi. They tethered their camels to a boulder, and came upon a buried jar as they were digging around the base of the boulder. Muhammed 'Ali told J.M.Robinson that at first he was afraid to break the jar -- the lid may have been sealed with bitumen, as a blackish substance is present on the lid -- for fear a jinn might be inside, but the thought that gold might be contained instead, he broke it with his mattock. Out flew particles of papyrus.
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Or, perhaps, it just best to put it this way.
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It is a good theme.
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A real good theme.
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At least I figured out 'thrice denial of synchronicity".
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Lamenting the forgotten language of intuition, venturing the thrice denial of synchronicity, The Song of Un knows we instinctively know our sustaining relationship to each other and the whole of sentient earth, in spite our inherited shame of paradise lost.
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hiding
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Why hide and then expect to be seen?
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Lamenting the forgotten language of intuition, venturing the thrice denial of synchronicity, The Song of Un knows we instinctively know our sustaining relationship to each other and the whole of sentient earth, in spite our inherited shame of paradise lost.
 Quoting: Mnemosyne Lethe

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Rejoice in this, that you know. Greetings! I want you to know that all men born from the foundation of the world until now are dust. While they have inquired about God, who he is and what he is like, they have not found him. The wisest among them have speculated about the truth from the ordering of the world. And the speculation has not reached the truth.

For the ordering is spoken of in three (different) opinions by all the philosophers; hence they do not agree. For some of them say about the world that it was directed by itself. Others, that it is providence (that directs it). Others, that it is fate. But it is none of these. Again, of three voices that I have just mentioned, none is true. For whatever is from itself is an empty life; it is self-made. Providence is foolish. Fate is an undiscerning thing.

Whoever, then, is able to get free of these three voices I have just mentioned and come by means of another voice to confess the God of truth and agree in everything concerning him, he is immortal dwelling in the midst of mortal men.

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Wow, Spazz. I was just about to post Ghost Dance. Very long time no see, and a pleasure to see you.
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Take care.
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Wow, Spazz. I was just about to post Ghost Dance. Very long time no see, and a pleasure to see you.
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It is really you Muse? Long time yeah. Weird day here at this planet, lots of threads just went poof then you show up, well I saw your thread make the first page. How have you been?
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Wow, Spazz. I was just about to post Ghost Dance. Very long time no see, and a pleasure to see you.
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It is really you Muse? Long time yeah. Weird day here at this planet, lots of threads just went poof then you show up, well I saw your thread make the first page. How have you been?
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My You are Here thread went poof while I was in it and quoting from here, so I thought, well, I'll just come back over here. :) As I recall. You played some good tunes in this thread.
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That was pretty much the time my thread went poof.

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Cause the fish knows, everything...






Gives the Death car song a different meaning for me...


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I had always remembered these. They were nice too.
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You have a great night too, and don't hesitate to contact me via PM if you ever need anything!!!


hf
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Should I PM too, or just ask here as well?
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Or just bump another thread and ask, and, you can respond there? Would that be better?
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Perhaps better to ask and you answer in this thread, MO?
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Or this one?
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That was pretty much the time my thread went poof.

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Perhaps, yes, this one, since I was also in this thread when the other one got deleted.
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I see angels still standing…


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Um Mo...I almost wrote you a PM...

I guess I will just put it here...

I just saw another thread get deleted...The you are here thread...and well I was wondering are any of my recent threads gonna get deleted? I would appreciate it if you could let me make the necessary changes if need be before that. Many music threads are being deleted and that's what I mostly post is music...

Thank you MO

hf
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Nice song.
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Simon and Garfunkel- BOOKENDS (Full Album)



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Thanks. Never heard the whole album.

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