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Best one youve put up yet DMG. Thanks for finding it.
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thanks, BHD! Appreciate it!!


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Breaking news!!! Important!!


Thread: BREAKING!!! it begins! nanobots placed in mushroom, create NEW type of living plant that GENERATES ELECTRICTY!!
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A new study of the Deepwater Horizon response showed that massive quantities of chemically engineered dispersants injected at the wellhead -- roughly 1,500 meters (4,921 feet) beneath the surface -- were unrelated to the formation of the massive deepwater oil plume.


Deep sea chemical dispersants ineffective in Deepwater Horizon oil spill, study finds.

Research suggests dispersants suppress oil's natural ability to biodegrade.

Date:
November 1, 2018
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University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science

Summary:
A new study of the response to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico showed that massive quantities of chemically engineered dispersants injected at the wellhead -- roughly 1,500 meters (4,921 feet) beneath the surface -- were unrelated to the formation of the massive deepwater oil plume.

The powerful chemical dispersant, called Corexit, may have added to the ecological damage by suppressing the growth of natural oil-degrading bacteria and by increasing the toxicity of the oil itself.


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important findings, on this issue.

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Thread: US Air Force silent after 2-kiloton meteor hits Earth near USAF base!!
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Milky Way star on the brink of massive gamma-ray supernova explosion

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A star 8,000 light years from Earth is on the verge of a huge supernova explosion, which could produce the Milky Way’s first gamma-ray explosion, a dangerous and extremely energetic event.

Australian scientists at the University of Sydney discovered the rare ‘God of chaos’ star, which they say could produce the Milky Way’s first known gamma-ray burst, a lethal combination of dust and gas mixed with wind as fast as 12 million km/ph, which is one of the most extreme energetic events after the Big Bang.

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So how long would it take to ready a shield against such an event, if you had prior knowledge? Using something that uses GRBs to power itself and get instructions for instance?

We might have had it the wrong way around?..

(keep in mind the event has already occured, some 8,000 years ago)

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chuckle

RAF to be placed on alert to monitor cargo aircraft activity in Arctic

"The Royal Air Force will reportedly be on high alert in December in order to track a special cargo flight from the Arctic region.

The aircraft is also said to be capable of intelligence gathering, with the ability to determine the behavioural status of British citizens, classifying them as ‘good’ or ‘bad’.

The annual decision to place the Royal Air Force on high alert was prompted by an incident many year agos in which British fighter aircraft escorted an unregistered aircraft (flying from the Arctic region) over the UK’s major cities, the pilot of the craft was said to be under the influence of alcohol and very “festive”, this is especially dangerous due to the sheer volume of cargo the aircraft was carrying. This is expected to happen again in the coming weeks.

Other commentators have noted that these flights are unusual, questioning where the cargo comes from as the Arctic region doesn’t import goods or export produce, because it’s elf sufficient".

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RAF to be placed on alert to monitor cargo aircraft activity in Arctic

"The Royal Air Force will reportedly be on high alert in December in order to track a special cargo flight from the Arctic region.

The aircraft is also said to be capable of intelligence gathering, with the ability to determine the behavioural status of British citizens, classifying them as ‘good’ or ‘bad’.

The annual decision to place the Royal Air Force on high alert was prompted by an incident many year agos in which British fighter aircraft escorted an unregistered aircraft (flying from the Arctic region) over the UK’s major cities, the pilot of the craft was said to be under the influence of alcohol and very “festive”, this is especially dangerous due to the sheer volume of cargo the aircraft was carrying. This is expected to happen again in the coming weeks.

Other commentators have noted that these flights are unusual, questioning where the cargo comes from as the Arctic region doesn’t import goods or export produce, because it’s elf sufficient".

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Cute! Watched a good Christmas movie the other night. The Christmas Chronicles with Kurt Russell. It just came out on Netflix.
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Wondering if any of you know this website

[link to news.usni.org (secure)]
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Wondering if any of you know this website

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Yeppers. And the incarnation before it. I forget what it was part of before. We used it a lot for info on movements in the Gulf(s) back in the day.

The man at the helm is a retired vice admiral, so pretty deep connections within USN.

Also the 'other' USNI had a big play here, with bots, and fine tuning/role playing, dropping info, both real and fake, wild goose chases - if that's what you're hinting? (haha, never know who is dropping hints these days)

But that site has some good info to follow up, all be it very US skewed obviously.

You interested in this kind of stuff?

We used to compile interesting things, ship movements, war games etc and see any overlaps, which pointed to bigger, but more quiet operations ongoing which fit the OPs story.

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Wondering if any of you know this website

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Yeppers. And the incarnation before it. I forget what it was part of before. We used it a lot for info on movements in the Gulf(s) back in the day.

The man at the helm is a retired vice admiral, so pretty deep connections within USN.

Also the 'other' USNI had a big play here, with bots, and fine tuning/role playing, dropping info, both real and fake, wild goose chases - if that's what you're hinting? (haha, never know who is dropping hints these days)

But that site has some good info to follow up, all be it very US skewed obviously.

You interested in this kind of stuff?

We used to compile interesting things, ship movements, war games etc and see any overlaps, which pointed to bigger, but more quiet operations ongoing which fit the OPs story.
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Some kiwi friends put me onto it. They said there were some 'war games' happening around the area where all the whales beached themselves, they put 2 and 2 together.
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Oh dear. I hadnt heard of that.

How aweful must it be in the water for them to prefer to be on land? Scrambling their senses. Poor creatures.
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There was another death, the same day as Bush's.

It was the U.S. 5th Fleet Commander.

He was found dead in Bahrain. Now ordinarily that would be mega headlines in itself. I'm refraining from posting the name, as it will include the thread in searches.
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There was another death, the same day as Bush's.

It was the U.S. 5th Fleet Commander.

He was found dead in Bahrain. Now ordinarily that would be mega headlines in itself. I'm refraining from posting the name, as it will include the thread in searches.
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Its ratcheted up a few notches. Wow!
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what was that about things going bezerk??

Posted Dec 3, 2018 at 4:49 PM
Updated Dec 3, 2018 at 4:49 PM

EGLIN AFB — The Air Force will conduct air-to-ground munitions releases in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday and Wednesday morning, according to a Monday news release from the 96th Test Wing.

The munitions releases are scheduled from 8 a.m.-noon Tuesday and Wednesday in an area of the Gulf approximately 75 miles south of Destin, according to the 96th Test Wing’s announcement.

All vessels are required to remain clear of the active hazard area during the times that testing is scheduled. Advisories and a local notice to mariners will be broadcast on Channel 16 and on HF upper sideband 2182 kHz by the Eglin Joint Test and Training Operations Control Center.

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Posted Dec 3, 2018 at 4:49 PM
Updated Dec 3, 2018 at 4:49 PM

EGLIN AFB — The Air Force will conduct air-to-ground munitions releases in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday and Wednesday morning, according to a Monday news release from the 96th Test Wing.

The munitions releases are scheduled from 8 a.m.-noon Tuesday and Wednesday in an area of the Gulf approximately 75 miles south of Destin, according to the 96th Test Wing’s announcement.

All vessels are required to remain clear of the active hazard area during the times that testing is scheduled. Advisories and a local notice to mariners will be broadcast on Channel 16 and on HF upper sideband 2182 kHz by the Eglin Joint Test and Training Operations Control Center.

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I wonder if the fishies, dolphins and sea lions will get that memo?
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This Strange Hum Circled the Whole World.

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"The hum, National Geographic reported, was strange for a number of reasons. First, it rang at just a single ultra-low frequency, like a well-tuned bell. Seismic waves usually involve lots of different frequencies. Second, the wave emerged and circled the planet without the usual signs of an earthquake; no one in the area felt any shaking, and the "p-waves" and "s-waves" associated with the hum, the sort of waves that you actually feel during an earthquake, were so faint as to be nearly undetectable. And yet, a Nov. 12 report from the French government found that Mayotte had slid 2.4 inches (6 centimeters) to the east and 1.2 inches (3 cm) to the south".

17 x calibrators now entering the realm of detection by everyday means?

No hiding it now.

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Thread: BREAKING NEWS - FRENCH DOOM!: Social media message going viral in France: TSHTF ++
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On 11 November, something stirred near the French island of Mayotte off the west coast of Madagascar and sent a rumble around the world. Travelling at 9,000mph, the deep hum hurtled past earthquake detection systems unnoticed. No one appears to have felt a thing.

The event came to light on Twitter when seismology enthusiasts posted weird signals they had spotted in recordings made by seismic stations from Kenya to Hawaii.

Hicks, a seismologist at the University of Southampton, was on the case fast. He downloaded data from a global network of seismic stations and set about analysing them. “What’s unusual is you see this very long signal travelling most of the way around the world which hasn’t been detected by operational earthquake detection systems,” he said.

the 30-minute or so signal was traced back to an event that took place at about 9.30am GMT in the sea near Mayotte. Geologists knew that a number of tremors had already rocked the region since a magnitude-5.8 earthquake in May. But earthquakes unleash high frequency seismic waves that vibrate back and forth and from side to side. “This source was completely deficient in those waves,” said Hicks. “It wasn’t picked up because the signal had a very low frequency. It was a low, gentle rumbling.”

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On 11 November, something stirred near the French island of Mayotte off the west coast of Madagascar and sent a rumble around the world. Travelling at 9,000mph, the deep hum hurtled past earthquake detection systems unnoticed. No one appears to have felt a thing.

The event came to light on Twitter when seismology enthusiasts posted weird signals they had spotted in recordings made by seismic stations from Kenya to Hawaii.

Hicks, a seismologist at the University of Southampton, was on the case fast. He downloaded data from a global network of seismic stations and set about analysing them. “What’s unusual is you see this very long signal travelling most of the way around the world which hasn’t been detected by operational earthquake detection systems,” he said.

the 30-minute or so signal was traced back to an event that took place at about 9.30am GMT in the sea near Mayotte. Geologists knew that a number of tremors had already rocked the region since a magnitude-5.8 earthquake in May. But earthquakes unleash high frequency seismic waves that vibrate back and forth and from side to side. “This source was completely deficient in those waves,” said Hicks. “It wasn’t picked up because the signal had a very low frequency. It was a low, gentle rumbling.”

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This Strange Hum Circled the Whole World.

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"The hum, National Geographic reported, was strange for a number of reasons. First, it rang at just a single ultra-low frequency, like a well-tuned bell. Seismic waves usually involve lots of different frequencies. Second, the wave emerged and circled the planet without the usual signs of an earthquake; no one in the area felt any shaking, and the "p-waves" and "s-waves" associated with the hum, the sort of waves that you actually feel during an earthquake, were so faint as to be nearly undetectable. And yet, a Nov. 12 report from the French government found that Mayotte had slid 2.4 inches (6 centimeters) to the east and 1.2 inches (3 cm) to the south".

17 x calibrators now entering the realm of detection by everyday means?

No hiding it now.

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With the above in mind...

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The things that were driven away from it, heard it. What's on that island that needs protecting from AUg1? Or is it a weapons testing ground? Is the island's position important in creating interference waves in specific locations elsewhere?

I've always believed that MH380 would turn up along the African coast line. These two wildly disparate stories might end up merging at some point?

A calibrator's mechanism might well be the opposite of a sympathetic frequency, a disruption to the point of demolecularisation and bonding.

Now who was touring the Gulf states with his 'device' eliminating the 'oil' all those years ago? Looks like Mr H's tech has been hijacked yet again. Hurricane power source and all.

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For the history of Mayotte before 1974, see History of the Comoros.

In 1500, the Maore or Mawuti (contraction of the Arabic جزيرة الموت Jazīrat al-Mawt – meaning island of death and corrupted to Mayotte in French) sultanate was established on the island. In 1503, Mayotte was observed by Portuguese explorers, but not colonized.

Fuck! cant make this shit up!

Mayotte became an overseas department of France in March 2011 in consequence of a 29 March 2009 referendum.[9] The outcome was a 95.5 per cent vote in favour of changing the island's status from a French "overseas community" to become France's 101st département.[10] Its non-official traditional Islamic law, applied in some aspects of the day-to-day life, will be gradually abolished and replaced by the uniform French civil code.[11] Additionally, French social welfare and taxes apply in Mayotte, though some of each will be brought in gradually.[12] Comoros continues to claim the island, while criticising the French military base there.[13]

All roads....

A defense treaty with France provides naval resources for protection of territorial waters, training of Comorian military personnel, and air surveillance. France maintains a small troop presence in the Comoros at government request. France maintains a small maritime base and a Foreign Legion Detachment (DLEM) on Mayotte.

Dont really care about the size of the military force, or their equipment, rather the 'treaty' and what it allows the French to do down there. Part of their Antarctic territories too.
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I am new here. I was a big fan of the me tel you now thread. I'm just putting this out there, not trying to step on any toes. A recent thread was started about GLPers who are no longer with us and I posted about Acolyte. Some on the thread did not know that Acolyte was a LARP on the me tel you now thread and were fascinated when they were told of the CHANI project and of his assignment awakening people to the entities communications with a CERN facility.

I have been combing the me tel u thread and now this thread today and I picked up something interesting. The way Acolyte wrote in some of his threads is very similar to the way Qanon writes. The way words are capitalised that form other hidden words. Utilizing the + sign. I didn't search any further, but, I just felt like putting the information out there. Interesting for sure.
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I am new here. I was a big fan of the me tel you now thread. I'm just putting this out there, not trying to step on any toes. A recent thread was started about GLPers who are no longer with us and I posted about Acolyte. Some on the thread did not know that Acolyte was a LARP on the me tel you now thread and were fascinated when they were told of the CHANI project and of his assignment awakening people to the entities communications with a CERN facility.

I have been combing the me tel u thread and now this thread today and I picked up something interesting. The way Acolyte wrote in some of his threads is very similar to the way Qanon writes. The way words are capitalised that form other hidden words. Utilizing the + sign. I didn't search any further, but, I just felt like putting the information out there. Interesting for sure.
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That kept us going for weeks on end. The hidden messages within messages. OMG drove us nuts. Then the hints when we overlooked something.

I really miss the chase and the live intel. When this thread was pumping, there were up to 20 people all researching and comparing and posting. Was amazing that so many 'cats' were herded in some kind of unified direction!

Maybe the QANON folks write from the same play book? Plenty out there trying to raise the level of understanding if you look for them.

Appreciate the words, but most importantly appreciate that you get it and continue to spruik it!

hf


PS - wait a sec, suzanne? you have been here before right? and on TCP/Chani?

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Different Suzanne - I did see someone by the same name on CHANI.... stretched out Suuzzanne or something. I poked around there today as well.
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Different Suzanne - I did see someone by the same name on CHANI.... stretched out Suuzzanne or something. I poked around there today as well.
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Thanks for clarifying. Welcome in any regards.
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On 11 November, something stirred near the French island of Mayotte off the west coast of Madagascar and sent a rumble around the world. Travelling at 9,000mph, the deep hum hurtled past earthquake detection systems unnoticed. No one appears to have felt a thing.

The event came to light on Twitter when seismology enthusiasts posted weird signals they had spotted in recordings made by seismic stations from Kenya to Hawaii.

Hicks, a seismologist at the University of Southampton, was on the case fast. He downloaded data from a global network of seismic stations and set about analysing them. “What’s unusual is you see this very long signal travelling most of the way around the world which hasn’t been detected by operational earthquake detection systems,” he said.

the 30-minute or so signal was traced back to an event that took place at about 9.30am GMT in the sea near Mayotte. Geologists knew that a number of tremors had already rocked the region since a magnitude-5.8 earthquake in May. But earthquakes unleash high frequency seismic waves that vibrate back and forth and from side to side. “This source was completely deficient in those waves,” said Hicks. “It wasn’t picked up because the signal had a very low frequency. It was a low, gentle rumbling.”

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That was a LAP of the WAVE that I teach about. It comes every few months and is strenthening to speak and can now be measured. it is not about alll the garbage made since it happened.
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Have you guys seen the remote viewing sessions of anomalies in the Pacific Ocean and Baltic Sea? Pretty interesting.
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Part 2 = definitely seems related to black goo -
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I am new here. I was a big fan of the me tel you now thread. I'm just putting this out there, not trying to step on any toes. A recent thread was started about GLPers who are no longer with us and I posted about Acolyte. Some on the thread did not know that Acolyte was a LARP on the me tel you now thread and were fascinated when they were told of the CHANI project and of his assignment awakening people to the entities communications with a CERN facility.

I have been combing the me tel u thread and now this thread today and I picked up something interesting. The way Acolyte wrote in some of his threads is very similar to the way Qanon writes. The way words are capitalised that form other hidden words. Utilizing the + sign. I didn't search any further, but, I just felt like putting the information out there. Interesting for sure.
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Well that is something to think about!
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