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Lake Vostok

 
Anonymous Coward
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05/04/2012 07:35 PM
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The thing that bothers me most is the absolute silence. What channel can you tune to for relevant info?
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05/04/2012 07:47 PM
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Tomorrow, I might hear something. Will keep you posted...
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05/04/2012 08:13 PM
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The thing that bothers me most is the absolute silence. What channel can you tune to for relevant info?
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Relevant info is hard to come by...speculation is robust
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05/04/2012 08:31 PM
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Most of the facts currently spewed about Vostok and it's water analysis are questionable at best...
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Most of the facts currently spewed about Vostok and it's water analysis are questionable at best...
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So, when does the Lake Vostok water sample become public?

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05/05/2012 01:02 PM
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A few cliff notes from this thread:

A million year old pristine water sample was taken from Lake Vostok over two months ago.

Google gets you nothing past the middle of February.

How many months does it take to analyze a water sample?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14641541


So, what was in that water sample they don't want to disclose?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14641541


It took them many years to drill that hole, they certainly aren't going to rush anything now.

They are going to write their papers, there will be a press release when they get published.
Until then the data is all theirs.
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 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD


Last night I was reading the Hopi Indian beliefs about Mother Earth and the birthing of the new world, or the new earth.
Theres so much that describes the laboring of the earth, the birthing process..
and when Lake Vostok has this 'sterile' water, like the water that breaks when a woman gives birth... well, there you go.

Antartica is the birth canal/vagina if you will.

What the scientists did by drilling that hole into the ice was akin to a woman getting stabbed by a needle into her womb.
Not nice.
So, thinking like an Indian or a woman who just got stabbed, I'm guessing that Mother Earth is on the crankytrain to PaybacksVille.

Or, maybe when she births, the new earth will be unleashed & gushed with ________.
And then, ____________________.

Fill in the blanks.
 Quoting: Old hag of the desert 1439176


All good questions...Me think they know and not tellhf
 Quoting: Chas


What they end up finding and what the actually tell the public wont be the same.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14956737



From a NATO official:

“You know, they have classified Lake Vostok. They took it away from JPL who were monitoring it. Are you familiar with Lake Vostok in Antarctica? Under the ice in Antarctica there is a fresh-water lake deep, deep down under the ice, that’s 100 miles long and 50 miles wide. Fresh water. The temperature in the damn lake is about 65 degrees, which is pleasant swimming, you might say.

“But at the end of Lake Vostok is what’s known as a gigantic masscon—a mass concentration of metal, very similar to the masscons they discovered on the Moon — a gigantic, circular-shaped, metallic object deep under the ice at the end of Lake Vostok. The National Security Agency took it away from JPL. It’s one of the most sensitive things in the world now, the anomaly at the end of the lake. It’s now classified, top secret.”
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Just did a goog on lake vostok news.

Nothing new past the middle of february that I saw.


I agree that something is wrong here. My daughter has a bachelors in biology and commented that with current tech, we should have an accurate analysis of this water sample within hours, not months.
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05/07/2012 03:20 PM
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I'm starting to get this ominous feeling that pertinent information is being withheld from public scrutiny.

Maybe they found nothing

Maybe they found something that would re-write history

Who knows
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05/07/2012 04:02 PM
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Just did a goog on lake vostok news.

Nothing new past the middle of february that I saw.


I agree that something is wrong here. My daughter has a bachelors in biology and commented that with current tech, we should have an accurate analysis of this water sample within hours, not months.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15681209


Here are the current (two month old) front page news stories related to lake vostok:

[link to news.discovery.com]

[link to news.discovery.com]

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

[link to www.foxnews.com]

[link to news.nationalgeographic.com]


So, the info is two months old. What's up with that?
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05/07/2012 04:22 PM
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Will one of you interested in lake vostok bump this thread?
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05/07/2012 04:33 PM
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Will one of you interested in lake vostok bump this thread?
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Yes, I will

bump


OK, bye now
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05/07/2012 05:10 PM
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Re: Lake Vostok
A few cliff notes from this thread:

A million year old pristine water sample was taken from Lake Vostok over two months ago.

Google gets you nothing past the middle of February.

How many months does it take to analyze a water sample?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14641541


So, what was in that water sample they don't want to disclose?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14641541


It took them many years to drill that hole, they certainly aren't going to rush anything now.

They are going to write their papers, there will be a press release when they get published.
Until then the data is all theirs.
book
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD


Last night I was reading the Hopi Indian beliefs about Mother Earth and the birthing of the new world, or the new earth.
Theres so much that describes the laboring of the earth, the birthing process..
and when Lake Vostok has this 'sterile' water, like the water that breaks when a woman gives birth... well, there you go.

Antartica is the birth canal/vagina if you will.

What the scientists did by drilling that hole into the ice was akin to a woman getting stabbed by a needle into her womb.
Not nice.
So, thinking like an Indian or a woman who just got stabbed, I'm guessing that Mother Earth is on the crankytrain to PaybacksVille.

Or, maybe when she births, the new earth will be unleashed & gushed with ________.
And then, ____________________.

Fill in the blanks.
 Quoting: Old hag of the desert 1439176


All good questions...Me think they know and not tellhf
 Quoting: Chas


What they end up finding and what the actually tell the public wont be the same.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14956737



From a NATO official:

“You know, they have classified Lake Vostok. They took it away from JPL who were monitoring it. Are you familiar with Lake Vostok in Antarctica? Under the ice in Antarctica there is a fresh-water lake deep, deep down under the ice, that’s 100 miles long and 50 miles wide. Fresh water. The temperature in the damn lake is about 65 degrees, which is pleasant swimming, you might say.

“But at the end of Lake Vostok is what’s known as a gigantic masscon—a mass concentration of metal, very similar to the masscons they discovered on the Moon — a gigantic, circular-shaped, metallic object deep under the ice at the end of Lake Vostok. The National Security Agency took it away from JPL. It’s one of the most sensitive things in the world now, the anomaly at the end of the lake. It’s now classified, top secret.”
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1206588


These are good posts to ponder, but this is old news

maybe they know the results and aren't willing to say, but that would be so stupid to think
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05/07/2012 05:37 PM
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antarctic = atlantis buried in the last ice age, by sudden gravitational crust displacement. spawned early egypt giza aztec and drumroll maya..... we may be in for a repeat in the next one to seven months.
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05/07/2012 05:38 PM
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No news source has come forward with current info regarding lake vostok.

This is unusual
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05/07/2012 05:41 PM
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They were very close to the change of seasons, and had to leave. They will likely not be able to even get a proper sample until the next summer season. It will be some time before anything will be released, but not due to any conspiracy, just weather.
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They were very close to the change of seasons, and had to leave. They will likely not be able to even get a proper sample until the next summer season. It will be some time before anything will be released, but not due to any conspiracy, just weather.
 Quoting: Meggarea


I don't believe that. 40 liters of vostok pristine water was taken over two months ago and nothing has been documented to date?...
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05/07/2012 05:56 PM
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This is important! It's like everything else of importance though, the MSM will touch on it briefly then distract us with more important "news" like Lindsay Lohen's next court appearance!

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This is important! It's like everything else of importance though, the MSM will touch on it briefly then distract us with more important "news" like Lindsay Lohen's next court appearance!

bump
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9003463


That's why I'm try to stay on topic

lake vostok water sample

40 liters of pristine water presumably millions of years old

let's get to the facts
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05/07/2012 06:16 PM
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Lake Vostok, suddenly the most silent subject on the internet.

Must have been something unplanned for, otherwise they would have had something to present to the public, fabricated or otherwise... Russians are only too aware of the overly elaborate Western dis-info campaigns though, and they may be calling the shots on this one, in withholding with no explanation.

It reminds me of the saying, "Truth is often stranger than fiction".
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05/07/2012 06:26 PM
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Lake Vostok, suddenly the most silent subject on the internet.

Must have been something unplanned for, otherwise they would have had something to present to the public, fabricated or otherwise... Russians are only too aware of the overly elaborate Western dis-info campaigns though, and they may be calling the shots on this one, in withholding with no explanation.

It reminds me of the saying, "Truth is often stranger than fiction".
 Quoting: ehecatl



You have a great point. Something is amiss, or unplanned for...
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05/07/2012 06:31 PM

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You realize that no one is at Lake Vostok right now don't you?

They managed to get the sample just before the winter set in.
They will analyze the samples for as long as they can before they put out any info. They essentially have a monopoly on the data about it so there is no need for them to hurry.

peace
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You realize that no one is at Lake Vostok right now don't you?

They managed to get the sample just before the winter set in.
They will analyze the samples for as long as they can before they put out any info. They essentially have a monopoly on the data about it so there is no need for them to hurry.

peace
 Quoting: mikebo2


What are you saying

None of what you say makes sense
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05/07/2012 06:38 PM
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They said it's going to take like a year to have the water extracted and analyzed.
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05/07/2012 06:40 PM
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An unbiased analysis of Lake Vostok water will conclude...
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That it is the most refreshing thirst quencher you will ever try.
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05/07/2012 06:42 PM
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They probably drank it by mistake thinking it was vodka.
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They said it's going to take like a year to have the water extracted and analyzed.
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Yes, that might be true


But when the water sample was actually extracted, how long should it take for results?
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You realize that no one is at Lake Vostok right now don't you?

They managed to get the sample just before the winter set in.
They will analyze the samples for as long as they can before they put out any info. They essentially have a monopoly on the data about it so there is no need for them to hurry.

peace
 Quoting: mikebo2


What are you saying

None of what you say makes sense
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15681209


Lake Vostok is in Antarctica.
The Russian science team managed to drill down to it just before the winter set in at Antarctica.
No one will be able to get back there until November or December.

They have what ever samples there are of the submerged lake. No one else has any sample. They will take their time and only give out info when it is advantageous for them.
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You realize that no one is at Lake Vostok right now don't you?

They managed to get the sample just before the winter set in.
They will analyze the samples for as long as they can before they put out any info. They essentially have a monopoly on the data about it so there is no need for them to hurry.

peace
 Quoting: mikebo2


What are you saying

None of what you say makes sense
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15681209


Lake Vostok is in Antarctica.
The Russian science team managed to drill down to it just before the winter set in at Antarctica.
No one will be able to get back there until November or December.

They have what ever samples there are of the submerged lake. No one else has any sample. They will take their time and only give out info when it is advantageous for them.
 Quoting: mikebo2



So, an analysis of the 40 liters of pristine water extracted from vostock will be announced at the leisure of a russian science team?

What the fuck is that all about?
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They probably drank it by mistake thinking it was vodka.
 Quoting: GreyMatter


Oh, that russian vodka can be nasty
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So, an analysis of the 40 liters of pristine water extracted from vostock will be announced at the leisure of a russian science team?

What the fuck is that all about?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15681209

It's their water.

It's their show.

It's their data.

They are not going to release that data before they are ready to publish there own papers.

If you got a problem with that write a letter to the Russian Academy of Sciences at: 119991 Moscow, Leninskii avenue, 14.
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