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Big Dawg here, important update on meningitis issue. Pay close attention to news stories and seek out friends or family who may become infected with 'meningitis' - question the medical staff and find out if meningitis truly fits the symptoms. We have learned a few things that give us reason to suspect that these 'cases' are being called meningitis - but are in fact something else.

From what we've learned the truth of this illness would in fact point directly to a substance used during the Deepwater Horizon incident (NOT Synthia and NOT Corexit but a bio component nonetheless). If true, therefore gives some proof of the connection between DWH and Assumption. More as we find out more.
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Just what I was doing...first one up besides Flu in West Nile...same symptoms...
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

West Nile virus (WNV) is a mosquito-borne zoonotic arbovirus belonging to the genus Flavivirus in the family Flaviviridae. This flavivirus is found in temperate and tropical regions of the world. It was first identified in the West Nile subregion in the East African nation of Uganda in 1937. Prior to the mid 1990s, WNV disease occurred only sporadically and was considered a minor risk for humans, until an outbreak in Algeria in 1994, with cases of WNV-caused encephalitis, and the first large outbreak in Romania in 1996, with a high number of cases with neuroinvasive disease. WNV has now spread globally, with the first case in the Western Hemisphere being identified in New York City in 1999;[1] over the next 5 years, the virus spread across the continental United States, north into Canada, and southward into the Caribbean Islands and Latin America. WNV also spread to Europe, beyond the Mediterranean Basin [a new strain of the virus was recently (2012) identified in Italy]. WNV is now considered to be an endemic pathogen in Africa, Asia, Australia, the Middle East, Europe and in the United States, which in 2012 has experienced one of its worst epidemics.
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Second, yes, our little paper only comes out once a week. Easily verified by calling them. This really is a very small community. The lady at our little store wouldn't even charge me the 50 cents because the paper was almost a week old, LOL.

Third, for the joker (2258) that posted a photobucket picture of "his" copy, well, the difference is just that. A pic of a paper, versus me holding the paper, seen at 1:00 on the first video.


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well, gee whiz, i was wrong. i didn't watch the video.

the video proves clearly that Patassa lives in Assumption Parish.
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proved it for me...Patassa sat in her car filming the gents a drilling on the side of the road than turned to the car seat picked the ENTIRE paper up, showed the date, had Patassa written on it and Freeedddyyy eating sh*t...and the 2nd video was back at her homestead with the newspaper again with a nice little note for ffrreeddyyy. I think it could be possible someone is a lil jealous that Patassa is down there in all the action...maybe Patassa will invite you down for some alligator, taste like fish and a body of Corona...ya'll can take a hike down to the area and get us all some really good pictures of what the goings on are.
Well off to bed...keeping all the workers, persons staying in area and this country in prayer. I also will pray that we can just all come together in searching for love, truth so that we are not WAYLAYED by our wonderful government. Keep your eyes open, your ears to the ground, trust no on!!! Off to bedgrouphug
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Another potential disease like Men.

Cryptococcal Meningitis-

Many of the symptoms of cryptococcal meningitis are similar to those seen in other diseases. These include: fever, fatigue, stiff neck, body aches, headaches (often severe), nausea/vomiting, and skin lesions. Other important symptoms include confusion, muddled thinking, vision problems, and possibly seizures.

People diagnosed with cryptococcal meningitis often have symptoms of infection outside the brain. This includes coughing and shortness of breath, from infection in the lungs, and skin lesions that can look like another infection called molluscum contagious

Caused by this fungus... Cryptococcus neoformans which can be found in many parts of the environment, it is very difficult to prevent coming into contact with the fungus.
[link to www.aidsmeds.com]

From [link to en.wikipedia.org] ...
"Recent studies suggest that colonies of Cryptococcus neoformans and related fungi growing on the ruins of the melted down reactor of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant may be able to use the energy of radiation (primary beta radiation) for "radiotrophic" growth"
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Squatting Cat - it is my belief that some of the various infections are coming from the contaminated water. hf
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Squatting Cat - it is my belief that some of the various infections are coming from the contaminated water. hf
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I thought that is where you were going. But if that was the case, you would think that most of the cases would be in the surrounding areas of the GOM, wouldn't you? According to the CDC map, most of the cases are in Tennessee, with Virginia coming in second. And curiously (to me, anyway) there are no cases reported in Louisiana, Mississippi Alabama or Texas. There are a few in Florida. Hopefully we will get more info in the coming days to try to put the puzzle together, but right now I am not convinced that these events are related.
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8.5.1 Injection of waste fluid – the Denver earthquakes

Between 1962 and 1966, around 625,000 m3 of contaminated waste water was injected in a deep
well drilled at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal
(RMA), NE of Denver, Colorado USA (Hsieh &
Bredehoeft, 1981). Injection was at a depth of 3650 m into a highly fractured Precambrian
Gneiss. Between 1962 and 1967 over 1500 earthquakes were recorded, with three major ones of
magnitude 5 or more in 1967
and which shook the Denver area causing minor structural damage.
Previously, the last event felt in the area had been in 1882. By the mid 1980s, the earthquake
activity had all but died away. The causes were attributed to movements along the fractures in
the gneiss triggered by the increase in pore pressure due to injection.

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page 124

senario 3

11.2.3 release thru the cavern seal

scen 3??!

latest risk analysis so far (2007)

dr
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dr - great catch. think you are right, that is scenario 3!

also, asked for anyone with a 2007 louisiana mapsco for a little help (looking up R26:ZB3). any chance you have one?

someone added to my karma with the comment:
"Working on R26:ZB3, pretty sure i have it./ Mapsco ----> Been waitin days for ya'll to catch this....Geez!"

Really interested in it now.
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8.5.1 Injection of waste fluid – the Denver earthquakes

Between 1962 and 1966, around 625,000 m3 of contaminated waste water was injected in a deep
well drilled at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal
(RMA), NE of Denver, Colorado USA (Hsieh &
Bredehoeft, 1981). Injection was at a depth of 3650 m into a highly fractured Precambrian
Gneiss. Between 1962 and 1967 over 1500 earthquakes were recorded, with three major ones of
magnitude 5 or more in 1967
and which shook the Denver area causing minor structural damage.
Previously, the last event felt in the area had been in 1882. By the mid 1980s, the earthquake
activity had all but died away. The causes were attributed to movements along the fractures in
the gneiss triggered by the increase in pore pressure due to injection.

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 Quoting: TeamReaper


page 124

senario 3

11.2.3 release thru the cavern seal

scen 3??!

latest risk analysis so far (2007)

dr
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dr - great catch. think you are right, that is scenario 3!

also, asked for anyone with a 2007 louisiana mapsco for a little help (looking up R26:ZB3). any chance you have one?

someone added to my karma with the comment:
"Working on R26:ZB3, pretty sure i have it./ Mapsco ----> Been waitin days for ya'll to catch this....Geez!"

Really interested in it now.
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dr - Crosstex was requested on 8/14/12 by LDEQ to evaluate worst-case scenarios. From the LDEQ, Crosstex was to use certain criteria in their evaluation:

"assumption for the release rate from the salt dome should be treated in a manner similar to that for underground storage tanks...you should evalute the failure of piping connected to underground storage for the worst-case and alternative scenarios."

[link to www.deq.louisiana.gov]

This thread's title:
"Don't make ASSUMPTIONS; try to Understand."

seems to be in reference to the assumptions crosstex was asked to use, instead of using NO assumptions and understanding what is happening.
In every operation, whether planning it or executing it, you can never count on luck; but you have to accept it, and recognize it when it’s there.
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You guys are thinking contaminated water, which is the first logical step.

I am thinking contaminated plastic vials, made from petroleum(as far as being tied to steroids injections). Have no info on the vendor for NECC(maker of the injections). They've killed their site. I was thinking vial made from plastics, derived from petroleum mutated from the synthia. I know waaaaaaaay out there. But who's to say what "Cindy" does in the process that oil goes through? If the stuff is contaminating oil instead of eating it, and it is capable of genetic mutation(which would be possible, I think, since it was derived from a mutation itself) then what's to stop of from sticking with the oil the the processes we do to it?

Got to find out if that is even possible for the synthia to make it through the manufacturing processes like that. This is so far above my level of knowledge that I am lost in a forest of chemistry. Loved the course, but don't remember squat.

Could someone more knowledgeable chime in?

dr???
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223:43 also may be in reference to:
restatement(second) of the conflicts of law, sections 223 thru 243 (typically written as 223:43). These sections deal with land and which courts have jurisdiction and which laws will be applied. some of the sections are:

§ 223. Validity And Effect Of Conveyance Of Interest In Land
§ 224. Construction of Instrument of Conveyance
§ 226. Transfer Of Interest In Land By Operation Of Law
§ 228. Mortgage on Land
§ 236. Intestate Succession To Land
§ 239. Validity And Effect Of Will Of Land
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Squatting Cat - it is my belief that some of the various infections are coming from the contaminated water. hf
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I thought that is where you were going. But if that was the case, you would think that most of the cases would be in the surrounding areas of the GOM, wouldn't you? According to the CDC map, most of the cases are in Tennessee, with Virginia coming in second. And curiously (to me, anyway) there are no cases reported in Louisiana, Mississippi Alabama or Texas. There are a few in Florida. Hopefully we will get more info in the coming days to try to put the puzzle together, but right now I am not convinced that these events are related.
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I posted earlier how CDC has one definition for meningitis but another agency has the complete opposite. ( my point being they are not to be trusted as the final authority) My suggestion would be to go check maps that are not CDC. There were many on here but way too hard to go back and find now. Would be easier to search through google and utube. Those maps do show the cases in the other states around the gulf. The non CDC maps show a frightening pattern. I would be interested to hear what you think after you see them. hf
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Squatting Cat - it is my belief that some of the various infections are coming from the contaminated water. hf
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I thought that is where you were going. But if that was the case, you would think that most of the cases would be in the surrounding areas of the GOM, wouldn't you? According to the CDC map, most of the cases are in Tennessee, with Virginia coming in second. And curiously (to me, anyway) there are no cases reported in Louisiana, Mississippi Alabama or Texas. There are a few in Florida. Hopefully we will get more info in the coming days to try to put the puzzle together, but right now I am not convinced that these events are related.
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I posted earlier how CDC has one definition for meningitis but another agency has the complete opposite. ( my point being they are not to be trusted as the final authority) My suggestion would be to go check maps that are not CDC. There were many on here but way too hard to go back and find now. Would be easier to search through google and utube. Those maps do show the cases in the other states around the gulf. The non CDC maps show a frightening pattern. I would be interested to hear what you think after you see them. hf
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I looked at some maps earlier and noticed a pattern too. I can't remember where I got them from. I think one of the other sinkhole threads.
Now Dawg is saying to question whether it actually IS meningitis. HMMM?
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I will eat dog shit if Patassa actually produced first hand video , let alone first hand anything. I noticed he conveniently didn't see my very easy suggestion to prove his legitimacy of location even after he said he was open to any suggestions.

This guy(s) is a shill professor. I bet this thread will be used as a training example in the future. I can imagine seeing the new shills faces when shown the exquisite work of the "Great Patassa!"
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Shhhh, he has a friend now in 884. Obviously this person is new to the thread and didn't watch 20 pages of quote after quote after quote...miles long that is, Texas tea!
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Do you guys think that maybe the people who were given the steroid shots are getting this disease first simply because the steroid diminishes their immune system and allows the spores from someplace else take hold?
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Big Dawg here, important update on meningitis issue. Pay close attention to news stories and seek out friends or family who may become infected with 'meningitis' - question the medical staff and find out if meningitis truly fits the symptoms. We have learned a few things that give us reason to suspect that these 'cases' are being called meningitis - but are in fact something else.

From what we've learned the truth of this illness would in fact point directly to a substance used during the Deepwater Horizon incident (NOT Synthia and NOT Corexit but a bio component nonetheless). If true, therefore gives some proof of the connection between DWH and Assumption. More as we find out more.
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Just what I was doing...first one up besides Flu in West Nile...same symptoms...
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

West Nile virus (WNV) is a mosquito-borne zoonotic arbovirus belonging to the genus Flavivirus in the family Flaviviridae. This flavivirus is found in temperate and tropical regions of the world. It was first identified in the West Nile subregion in the East African nation of Uganda in 1937. Prior to the mid 1990s, WNV disease occurred only sporadically and was considered a minor risk for humans, until an outbreak in Algeria in 1994, with cases of WNV-caused encephalitis, and the first large outbreak in Romania in 1996, with a high number of cases with neuroinvasive disease. WNV has now spread globally, with the first case in the Western Hemisphere being identified in New York City in 1999;[1] over the next 5 years, the virus spread across the continental United States, north into Canada, and southward into the Caribbean Islands and Latin America. WNV also spread to Europe, beyond the Mediterranean Basin [a new strain of the virus was recently (2012) identified in Italy]. WNV is now considered to be an endemic pathogen in Africa, Asia, Australia, the Middle East, Europe and in the United States, which in 2012 has experienced one of its worst epidemics.
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This made me remember when they sprayed the Dallas area with pesticide because of WNV. Hmmm...was it just that area or were other states/cities sprayed?

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in order to understand what the status of these plastic things could be, we need to answer a couple questions

where were they made? my guess china

was cindy oil used to make them? no way to know

where did they come into our country thru? maybe port of NO?

either way the possibility exhists that rather than the plastic being internally contaninated, I would suspect a biofilm. if glutonous cindy eats oil, why not plastic made with oil. if you eat meat, you eat meat. don't over think this stuff
trucks run down hwy 10 all day long. whats that gunk on the road? splash, nevermind
its not like any muddy trucks have been driving around the sinkhole and then hit the highway
or evacuees with their rvs, boats and
campers
i would look more towards the where did evacuees go, and such. any of these sick FROM la, and in another state
oil patch workers
fedral or fema workers or inspectors

oh and sorry reaper, no maps

but boy that doc I quoted is so interesting, people all should read it
salt is plastic, ya know
too LITTLE pressure causes salt caverns to contract
it the texas brine one had lost pressure, its wall could have been pushed by one of the caverns (53 in that dome, I think)
interesting doc, and boy have they killed lots of people in it from this same stuff

dr
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Other rare causes of bacterial meningitis include anthrax, enterobacteria, enterococci, leptospira, Lyme
disease, rickettsial diseases, staphylococci, syphilis and tuberculosis.

Just a thought.....
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Other rare causes of bacterial meningitis include anthrax, enterobacteria, enterococci, leptospira, Lyme
disease, rickettsial diseases, staphylococci, syphilis and tuberculosis.

Just a thought.....
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hhhmmm.....

thats quite a list there sparky

so what other wonderful variations are fungal
jungle rot, trenchfoot?

wow...

dr
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in order to understand what the status of these plastic things could be, we need to answer a couple questions

where were they made? my guess china

was cindy oil used to make them? no way to know

where did they come into our country thru? maybe port of NO?

either way the possibility exhists that rather than the plastic being internally contaninated, I would suspect a biofilm. if glutonous cindy eats oil, why not plastic made with oil. if you eat meat, you eat meat. don't over think this stuff
trucks run down hwy 10 all day long. whats that gunk on the road? splash, nevermind
its not like any muddy trucks have been driving around the sinkhole and then hit the highway
or evacuees with their rvs, boats and
campers
i would look more towards the where did evacuees go, and such. any of these sick FROM la, and in another state
oil patch workers
fedral or fema workers or inspectors

oh and sorry reaper, no maps

but boy that doc I quoted is so interesting, people all should read it
salt is plastic, ya know
too LITTLE pressure causes salt caverns to contract
it the texas brine one had lost pressure, its wall could have been pushed by one of the caverns (53 in that dome, I think)
interesting doc, and boy have they killed lots of people in it from this same stuff

dr
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Thank you for replying. It just struck that this Cindy stuff(as you like to call it) could have mutated into lord know what. But your observation makes much more sense. I'm over thinking this, I think!
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Big Dawg here, important update on meningitis issue. Pay close attention to news stories and seek out friends or family who may become infected with 'meningitis' - question the medical staff and find out if meningitis truly fits the symptoms. We have learned a few things that give us reason to suspect that these 'cases' are being called meningitis - but are in fact something else.

From what we've learned the truth of this illness would in fact point directly to a substance used during the Deepwater Horizon incident (NOT Synthia and NOT Corexit but a bio component nonetheless). If true, therefore gives some proof of the connection between DWH and Assumption. More as we find out more.
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There you go again, engaging in innuendo and cat and mouse.

First of all, you're recommending people "question the medical staff" . . . anyone who knows the truth about the medical industry would KNOW that "questioning" staff does NOT necessarily mean they will be provided the truth or information in their best interest.

"we have learned a few things" you say . . . OK, WHAT?

"from what we've learned" you say . . . OK, WHAT?

Unless you have something substantial, all you're doing is instilling more fear and a sense of panic in some people.

You've stirred the pot about a "possible" meningitis link and NOW, you're claiming it's another substance.

There is NO solid proof that the outbreak is directly correlated to what's happening in LA.

Why don't you WAIT until you know for sure.
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Squatting Cat - it is my belief that some of the various infections are coming from the contaminated water. hf
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I thought that is where you were going. But if that was the case, you would think that most of the cases would be in the surrounding areas of the GOM, wouldn't you? According to the CDC map, most of the cases are in Tennessee, with Virginia coming in second. And curiously (to me, anyway) there are no cases reported in Louisiana, Mississippi Alabama or Texas. There are a few in Florida. Hopefully we will get more info in the coming days to try to put the puzzle together, but right now I am not convinced that these events are related.
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I posted earlier how CDC has one definition for meningitis but another agency has the complete opposite. ( my point being they are not to be trusted as the final authority) My suggestion would be to go check maps that are not CDC. There were many on here but way too hard to go back and find now. Would be easier to search through google and utube. Those maps do show the cases in the other states around the gulf. The non CDC maps show a frightening pattern. I would be interested to hear what you think after you see them. hf
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I looked at some maps earlier and noticed a pattern too. I can't remember where I got them from. I think one of the other sinkhole threads.
Now Dawg is saying to question whether it actually IS meningitis. HMMM?

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I don't know which one or more is connected. (meningitis, flesh eating, zombie, west nile, H3N2, etc.). Seems like a whole handful of new nasty stuff has surfaced after the original oil disaster. But a few of those do show map trends...which worries me....and makes me think a few are connected. I am not trying to cause fear. I am trying to make people aware so they can come to their own conclusions...And protect themselves if they feel they should. obviously I feel we all should. Let's face it, TPTB are famous for telling us the truth way after the fact...sometimes years later, if ever. Why would this be any different?!?! At this point I would not be surprised to see something new added to the list either. I advise everyone to do their own research. But know that my heart is in the right place. Helping people is what I DO. And who I work for does give me a first hand, tainted experience. hf
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Either way, this shit is obviously taking the immune-deficient in our society. Steroids injections kill off your immunity, along with people who are being irradiated(right?), so they've got this "meningitis. Let's keep an eye on people who have a cancer being treated with radiation.

AND EVERYONE BULK UP ON YOUR VITAMIN D. I'm taking 50,000/week, but I have a shattered pelvis and tailbone, so don't take as much as I. And get out in the sun, our true all natural source of vitamin D.

I will also have the kids take me up to the bookstore tomorrow to check out the mapsco thing. If we can figure out the code from all those pages ago, it just may unlock something we haven't put together yet.
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I don't know which one or more is connected. (meningitis, flesh eating, zombie, west nile, H3N2, etc.). Seems like a whole handful of new nasty stuff has surfaced after the original oil disaster. But a few of those do show map trends...which worries me....and makes me think a few are connected. I am not trying to cause fear. I am trying to make people aware so they can come to their own conclusions...And protect themselves if they feel they should. obviously I feel we all should. Let's face it, TPTB are famous for telling us the truth way after the fact...sometimes years later, if ever. Why would this be any different?!?! At this point I would not be surprised to see something new added to the list either. I advise everyone to do their own research. But know that my heart is in the right place. Helping people is what I DO. And who I work for does give me a first hand, tainted experience. hf
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[link to rt.com]

Several state and city governments across the US say that the aerial spraying of pesticides has decimated the threat of West Nile Virus in certain locales. Experts, on the other hand, say these efforts are exaggerated, fabricated and even impossible.

Despite claims in places such as Dallas, Texas and Boston, Massachusetts that the blasting pesticides onto the Earth from airplanes above is aiding the fight against West Nile, skeptics continue to scold these allegations.

"I don't believe those figures. Frankly, I don't think they're real," David Pimentel, an emeritus professor at Cornell University, tells Huffington Post.

"How hard could it be to search for that data? It should be at their fingertips if they issued this press release,” pleads Bennet, who was once a federal staffer with the US Environmental Protection Agency.

Just researching, but it's still odd.

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Despite claims in places such as Dallas, Texas and Boston, Massachusetts that the blasting pesticides onto the Earth from airplanes above is aiding the fight against West Nile, skeptics continue to scold these allegations.

"I don't believe those figures. Frankly, I don't think they're real," David Pimentel, an emeritus professor at Cornell University, tells Huffington Post.

"How hard could it be to search for that data? It should be at their fingertips if they issued this press release,” pleads Bennet, who was once a federal staffer with the US Environmental Protection Agency.

Just researching, but it's still odd.

hf
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The spraying was absolutely pointless - it only affected the flying mosquitos, NOT the ones breeding in hidden places like pools of water, old tires, etc.

Spraying was an enormous waste of money and a danger to the general public.
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It's a shame that what was an interesting thread - about the LA sinkhole and the ongoing connection of the dots tracing back to the fault line breach by BP and the potential this all has to affect NMSZ and all of America . . . has turned into an obsession about meningitis and various other illnesses which NO ONE has been able to substantially connect to the LA sinkhole debacle.

Yes, there are pieces here and there linking one to another, but some posts carry a "tone" of near panic and thus far, the outbreak is not of pandemic proportions and therefore, should not be the focus of this thread.

You're being played by the radio guys . . . stick to what YOU read and learn and know . . . use your own logic and stay on the right track.

The BP/LA/NM trail is widening, it's a huge issue . . . focus on that.
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There you go again, engaging in innuendo and cat and mouse.

First of all, you're recommending people "question the medical staff" . . . anyone who knows the truth about the medical industry would KNOW that "questioning" staff does NOT necessarily mean they will be provided the truth or information in their best interest.

"we have learned a few things" you say . . . OK, WHAT?

"from what we've learned" you say . . . OK, WHAT?

Unless you have something substantial, all you're doing is instilling more fear and a sense of panic in some people.

You've stirred the pot about a "possible" meningitis link and NOW, you're claiming it's another substance.

There is NO solid proof that the outbreak is directly correlated to what's happening in LA.

Why don't you WAIT until you know for sure.
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Big Dawg here. You were told previously that some data cannot be shared. This isn't from a desire to keep it from anyone but to protect certain individuals. The "watermark" analogy was previously used to explain how certain people have parts of the truth and others have other parts. Being too specific exposes the people holding that particular piece if the puzzle, as it were.

Of course questioning the staff might not get you anywhere, but if you're at all intuitive and I think you are you can tell when you're being buffaloed. The docs or nursing staff won't make eye contact, etc. in other words use your instincts. We honestly don't know what the specific issue is, other than the FACT cases are spreading and we think the meningitis story is a cover. Sorry but we cannot share anything specific. If that is not enough then maybe you should be watching TV right now instead of attempting to educate yourself on sites like this.

I frankly do not care about the concept of fear and neither do the Dawgs. Not happy if people are scared but if that means they are aware then mission accomplished.

Keep in mind everything previously posted by OP, East Texas, and the Dawgs met the same 'lack of proof' standard you're speaking of right now. In EVERY case the things they warned about have become fact.

Heed the warnings, don't heed them. Our conscience is clear.

Once again, 'let the reader understand'.
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It's a shame that what was an interesting thread - about the LA sinkhole and the ongoing connection of the dots tracing back to the fault line breach by BP and the potential this all has to affect NMSZ and all of America . . . has turned into an obsession about meningitis and various other illnesses which NO ONE has been able to substantially connect to the LA sinkhole debacle.

Yes, there are pieces here and there linking one to another, but some posts carry a "tone" of near panic and thus far, the outbreak is not of pandemic proportions and therefore, should not be the focus of this thread.

You're being played by the radio guys . . . stick to what YOU read and learn and know . . . use your own logic and stay on the right track.

The BP/LA/NM trail is widening, it's a huge issue . . . focus on that.
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I don't quite think focus is being lost.. People simply have to consider the possibilities, and this is a possibility indeed, that the diseases might be related to the whole scenario.
Of course no one should let this mere possibility cloud all solid things we got so far.
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10/08/2012 12:24 AM
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And by the way the radio station reference was to describe who I am -Big Dawg. The people at the radio station are completely uninvolved.

And furthermore we have sensed that some feel we are doing this to 'get credit' for exposing it. We could give two figs for credit. We are agitated that some are saying not to listen. THAT would be a mistake.

The record of accuracy of the Dawgs speaks for itself.

Let the reader understand.
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10/08/2012 12:31 AM
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Big Dawg here, important update on meningitis issue. Pay close attention to news stories and seek out friends or family who may become infected with 'meningitis' - question the medical staff and find out if meningitis truly fits the symptoms. We have learned a few things that give us reason to suspect that these 'cases' are being called meningitis - but are in fact something else.

From what we've learned the truth of this illness would in fact point directly to a substance used during the Deepwater Horizon incident (NOT Synthia and NOT Corexit but a bio component nonetheless). If true, therefore gives some proof of the connection between DWH and Assumption. More as we find out more.
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Does anyone recall another substanced used during the BP incident? Another bio component, beside coexist and synthia?
I'll try to do some digging on that, as those are the only two that I recall being talked about at the time.
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10/08/2012 12:33 AM
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I think many people still do not fully understand how any of this could be intentional OR appreciate the true scale of what is happening.

I really urge you to watch this whole show of Jesse Ventura. Although it is linked to the BP oil spill you will see why that spill occured and be appalled at the apparent links to the BP disaster and our current sinkhole disaster.

The very last segment of this report shows clearly what kind of forces are at work here and if you don't have the attention span to watch the whole thing it tells about the Army Corps of Engineers and the federal government announcing a 40 billion dollar project to depopulate the Gulf of Mexico!

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I think many people still do not fully understand how any of this could be intentional OR appreciate the true scale of what is happening.

I really urge you to watch this whole show of Jesse Ventura. Although it is linked to the BP oil spill you will see why that spill occured and be appalled at the apparent links to the BP disaster and our current sinkhole disaster.

The very last segment of this report shows clearly what kind of forces are at work here and if you don't have the attention span to watch the whole thing it tells about the Army Corps of Engineers and the federal government announcing a 40 billion dollar project to depopulate the Gulf of Mexico!


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Not sure why my last youtube link didn't post so I tried a new one.

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