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Gas-Like Odor Rolls in Off the Ocean in Southern CA

 
Dangerwalt (OP)

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Re: Gas-Like Odor Rolls in Off the Ocean in Southern CA
Joining these two with the one 3.7 yesterday in california,and adding the location of the three forms a triangle.
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What does that mean?
 Quoting: WindyMind


I looked on the map to see the location of these earthquakes, and what seems to have noticed a triangle shape.
in only two days.
perhaps this region is experiencing some pressure on the plates?

I'm just trying to understand,I hope that nothing happens most serious.hf
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Ummmm, any three points form a triangle.
 Quoting: Adventus Domini


not always...
And i mean if the location of earthquakes.
Just one any....

The first symptom of stupidity is to think that we already know everything...

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Re: Gas-Like Odor Rolls in Off the Ocean in Southern CA
Well we had a fire at La Jolla Shores on Saturday and one of the first things I noticed was that there were areas of the wave that were a kind of fluorescent green color. It was not everywhere but just in some areas. It almost looked like anti-freeze had been pooling on the surface of the water.
 Quoting: TerrorByte 15766346


It's a Methane Hydrate of some kind :

Finally, just looking around with our “alien eye” resulted in one very exciting observation last year: methane hydrates (“methane ice ”), which, at least at the site where we observed them, turned out to be extremely brightly fluorescent, although they were quite inconspicuous under normal lighting conditions (Fig. 5). Methane hydrates, in addition to being a potential energy source, were suggested to have played a critical role in climate change . Our observation may lead to a new approach for mapping them on the seafloor; however, more observations are required to develop a proper technology.

[link to oceanexplorer.noaa.gov]

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Only you forget, Methane is odorless.
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Well we had a fire at La Jolla Shores on Saturday and one of the first things I noticed was that there were areas of the wave that were a kind of fluorescent green color. It was not everywhere but just in some areas. It almost looked like anti-freeze had been pooling on the surface of the water.
 Quoting: TerrorByte 15766346


It's a Methane Hydrate of some kind :

Finally, just looking around with our “alien eye” resulted in one very exciting observation last year: methane hydrates (“methane ice ”), which, at least at the site where we observed them, turned out to be extremely brightly fluorescent, although they were quite inconspicuous under normal lighting conditions (Fig. 5). Methane hydrates, in addition to being a potential energy source, were suggested to have played a critical role in climate change . Our observation may lead to a new approach for mapping them on the seafloor; however, more observations are required to develop a proper technology.

[link to oceanexplorer.noaa.gov]

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Only you forget, Methane is odorless.
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NO, I did not. It is a chemical compound called a methane hydrate and it is formed it water and, therefore, would not necessarily be odorless. Crude Oil produces about 4% Methane. This is debris from Planet X's destruction of Tiamat.
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Re: Gas-Like Odor Rolls in Off the Ocean in Southern CA
Well we had a fire at La Jolla Shores on Saturday and one of the first things I noticed was that there were areas of the wave that were a kind of fluorescent green color. It was not everywhere but just in some areas. It almost looked like anti-freeze had been pooling on the surface of the water.
 Quoting: TerrorByte 15766346


It's a Methane Hydrate of some kind :

Finally, just looking around with our “alien eye” resulted in one very exciting observation last year: methane hydrates (“methane ice ”), which, at least at the site where we observed them, turned out to be extremely brightly fluorescent, although they were quite inconspicuous under normal lighting conditions (Fig. 5). Methane hydrates, in addition to being a potential energy source, were suggested to have played a critical role in climate change . Our observation may lead to a new approach for mapping them on the seafloor; however, more observations are required to develop a proper technology.

[link to oceanexplorer.noaa.gov]

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Only you forget, Methane is odorless.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20427927


And goes BOOM when you light a smoke.5a
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07/25/2012 07:56 PM
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I think the big EQ is coming.
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I don’t think its coming, I feel it coming, I have been waking up the past week from what feels like tremors but I wake up check the USGS and nothing...like a spidey sense kind of thing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1624959


So Cal IS due for a large EQ. But I wouldnt worry about the little ones. They let off pressure
 Quoting: BambiGirl


You are quite condescending with your replies to some on here.

Oh and btw, quakes DO NOT release pressure.



[link to seismo.berkeley.edu]
Common Myths and Misconceptions

Can small EQ's relieve stress to prevent large ones?

If you look at earthquake statistics in most regions of the world, including California, you will find that for every magnitude 5 earthquake, there are about 10 that have a magnitude of 4, and for each magnitude 4, there are 10 with magnitude 3. Unfortunately, this means there are not enough small earthquakes to relieve enough stress to prevent the large events. In fact, it would take 32 magnitude 5's, 1000 magnitude 4's, or 32,000 magnitude 3's to equal the energy produced in one magnitude 6 event.
 Quoting: Cahoots


I think this person is pretending to live in CA because the way they talk and what they say is bs
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I don’t think its coming, I feel it coming, I have been waking up the past week from what feels like tremors but I wake up check the USGS and nothing...like a spidey sense kind of thing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1624959


So Cal IS due for a large EQ. But I wouldnt worry about the little ones. They let off pressure
 Quoting: BambiGirl


You are quite condescending with your replies to some on here.

Oh and btw, quakes DO NOT release pressure.



[link to seismo.berkeley.edu]
Common Myths and Misconceptions

Can small EQ's relieve stress to prevent large ones?

If you look at earthquake statistics in most regions of the world, including California, you will find that for every magnitude 5 earthquake, there are about 10 that have a magnitude of 4, and for each magnitude 4, there are 10 with magnitude 3. Unfortunately, this means there are not enough small earthquakes to relieve enough stress to prevent the large events. In fact, it would take 32 magnitude 5's, 1000 magnitude 4's, or 32,000 magnitude 3's to equal the energy produced in one magnitude 6 event.
 Quoting: Cahoots


I think this person is pretending to live in CA because the way they talk and what they say is bs
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20535699


"bambi girl" is who i am referring to not you U.K.
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Re: Gas-Like Odor Rolls in Off the Ocean in Southern CA
Well we had a fire at La Jolla Shores on Saturday and one of the first things I noticed was that there were areas of the wave that were a kind of fluorescent green color. It was not everywhere but just in some areas. It almost looked like anti-freeze had been pooling on the surface of the water.
 Quoting: TerrorByte 15766346


It's a Methane Hydrate of some kind :

Finally, just looking around with our “alien eye” resulted in one very exciting observation last year: methane hydrates (“methane ice ”), which, at least at the site where we observed them, turned out to be extremely brightly fluorescent, although they were quite inconspicuous under normal lighting conditions (Fig. 5). Methane hydrates, in addition to being a potential energy source, were suggested to have played a critical role in climate change . Our observation may lead to a new approach for mapping them on the seafloor; however, more observations are required to develop a proper technology.

[link to oceanexplorer.noaa.gov]

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Only you forget, Methane is odorless.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20427927


This is debris from Planet X's destruction of Tiamat.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9658935


Oh great, here we go again.
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07/25/2012 08:01 PM
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Re: Gas-Like Odor Rolls in Off the Ocean in Southern CA
The smell is probably some combination of methane and hydrogen sulfide. What did you think was causing all the combustion vehicles to spontaneously combust around the country? Oh, you didn't know they were? Well, you're not supposed to notice that. Three houses have exploded in the last 2 days too. Didn't notice that either? Heh, yeah, well, that's apparently the goal.

It's mainly hydrogen sulfide that is the most dire problem. Comes from ancient anaerobic bacteria in the waters. The 'dead zones' are the ideal environment for that ancient bacteria, and when the dead zones get big, which they have, then the oceans and seas and lakes start pluming hydrogen sulfide.

Deadly, horrible stuff, was once weaponized, by the British in WWI.

Here's some info links on hydrogen sulfide, in case you want to see how this extinction event works:

Wiki Information On Hydrogen Sulfide:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Wiki Information On Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Wiki Information On The Permian-Triassic Extinction Event:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

In-Depth Science Document (PDF) Explaining How This H2S-Methane Extinction Event Works:
[link to www.chicagocleanpower.org]

Sensory And Cognitive Effects of Acute Exposure To Hydrogen Sulfide:
[link to www.scribd.com]

Wiki Information On The Claus Process (Removes H2S From A Gas Stream):
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

CCOHS Document On Hydrogen Sulfide:
[link to www.ccohs.ca]

Interesting And Informative Interview With A Purported Chemtrail Scientist:
[link to www.holmestead.ca]

Document (PDF) Explaining The H2S-Methane Synergy In Extinction Events:
[link to acd.ucar.edu]

Wiki Information On Biogenic Sulfide Corrosion:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Map Of Methane Hydrate Deposits Around The World:
[link to tinypic.com]
Dangerwalt (OP)

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07/25/2012 08:10 PM

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Re: Gas-Like Odor Rolls in Off the Ocean in Southern CA
The smell is probably some combination of methane and hydrogen sulfide. What did you think was causing all the combustion vehicles to spontaneously combust around the country? Oh, you didn't know they were? Well, you're not supposed to notice that. Three houses have exploded in the last 2 days too. Didn't notice that either? Heh, yeah, well, that's apparently the goal.

It's mainly hydrogen sulfide that is the most dire problem. Comes from ancient anaerobic bacteria in the waters. The 'dead zones' are the ideal environment for that ancient bacteria, and when the dead zones get big, which they have, then the oceans and seas and lakes start pluming hydrogen sulfide.

Deadly, horrible stuff, was once weaponized, by the British in WWI.

Here's some info links on hydrogen sulfide, in case you want to see how this extinction event works:

Wiki Information On Hydrogen Sulfide:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Wiki Information On Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Wiki Information On The Permian-Triassic Extinction Event:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

In-Depth Science Document (PDF) Explaining How This H2S-Methane Extinction Event Works:
[link to www.chicagocleanpower.org]

Sensory And Cognitive Effects of Acute Exposure To Hydrogen Sulfide:
[link to www.scribd.com]

Wiki Information On The Claus Process (Removes H2S From A Gas Stream):
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

CCOHS Document On Hydrogen Sulfide:
[link to www.ccohs.ca]

Interesting And Informative Interview With A Purported Chemtrail Scientist:
[link to www.holmestead.ca]

Document (PDF) Explaining The H2S-Methane Synergy In Extinction Events:
[link to acd.ucar.edu]

Wiki Information On Biogenic Sulfide Corrosion:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Map Of Methane Hydrate Deposits Around The World:
[link to tinypic.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20407286


^^Thanks^^.
Just one any....

The first symptom of stupidity is to think that we already know everything...

hollowichigo
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07/26/2012 09:12 AM
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From OP's first link to 10news:

Eventually, she got in her car and drove to try and get away from the smell. At about 5:30 p.m., the woman parked at San Dieguito County Park and took a photo of what she believes is some kind of aerosol compound she says fell from the sky and coated her car windows.

"I tried to wipe it and it was black and sticky and tried to put my window down and it smeared," she said.

Sounds like an aerial fuel dump to me

CARDIFF, Calif. -- A mysterious odor was reported along the North County coast on Tuesday.

Lifeguards in Encinitas were first to report the strong, pungent odor at about 5 p.m. The odor was described as a gas-like smell rolling in off the ocean.

Soon after, 10News was flooded with calls. Residents from the coast all the way to Rancho Bernardo and 4S Ranch reported experiencing the smell. Some complained of headaches and outdoor activities were canceled.
One Del Mar resident who did not want to be identified was inside the library in Cardiff at about 5 p.m. when the gas-like odor filled the entire building with the doors closed.
"There was none when I walked in that door and within 10 minutes, the entire library was filled," she said.

read more.

[link to www.10news.com]






Hum..strange.
 Quoting: Dangerwalt
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07/26/2012 09:23 AM

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From OP's first link to 10news:

Eventually, she got in her car and drove to try and get away from the smell. At about 5:30 p.m., the woman parked at San Dieguito County Park and took a photo of what she believes is some kind of aerosol compound she says fell from the sky and coated her car windows."I tried to wipe it and it was black and sticky and tried to put my window down and it smeared," she said.
[i]Sounds like an aerial fuel dump to me
CARDIFF, Calif. -- A mysterious odor was reported along the North County coast on Tuesday.

Lifeguards in Encinitas were first to report the strong, pungent odor at about 5 p.m. The odor was described as a gas-like smell rolling in off the ocean.

Soon after, 10News was flooded with calls. Residents from the coast all the way to Rancho Bernardo and 4S Ranch reported experiencing the smell. Some complained of headaches and outdoor activities were canceled.
One Del Mar resident who did not want to be identified was inside the library in Cardiff at about 5 p.m. when the gas-like odor filled the entire building with the doors closed.
"There was none when I walked in that door and within 10 minutes, the entire library was filled," she said.

read more.

[link to www.10news.com]






Hum..strange.
 Quoting: Dangerwalt

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17687622


Cause = Effect. Not hard! Try it people!

Black, Sky, Odor, Fall, Window, Wipe, Black.
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Re: Gas-Like Odor Rolls in Off the Ocean in Southern CA
I am not sure what it is but if it is flammable then I wonder if we will continue to be able to have the fire pits at the beach. The only other place I know where you can do that is Mission bay I think it is here in SD and Imperial Beach in LA County. I really did not like the way Imperial Beach felt way back 20 years ago when we would have the bon fires back then and I can only assume it is worse now.
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Weird 'methane seep' found off San Diego coast

[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]

Last Edited by Dangerwalt on 07/28/2012 12:01 AM
Just one any....

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Oops, sorry that was me. Too many damn burritos.
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