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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
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interesting item!

by the way, actually there is nothing secretive or mysterious about this item; this is simply foreign policy as it often works between major countries like these. still this is rather interesting.

Coming Soon: Russian Submarines in the Gulf of Mexico?


“Our submarines, too, might have surfaced suddenly some place in the Gulf of Mexico to shock America,” Korotchenko said. “We have the corresponding forces of our submarine fleet there. We do not do that for the simple reason our purpose is not to show off in such a silly way, but to cope with the assigned tasks.”

by Michael Peck


Russia’s message to the United States: Sail your warships into Russian coastal waters, and we’ll send our warships into yours.

That threat comes after a U.S. Navy destroyer sailed into an area of the Sea of Japan, near the Russian port of Vladivostok, that is claimed by Russia. The USS McCampbell conducted a freedom of navigation operation (FONOPS) cruise to demonstrate that the United States does not recognize Russian sovereignty over those waters.

The McCampbell sailed on December 5 “in the vicinity of Peter the Great Bay to challenge Russia’s excessive maritime claims and uphold the rights, freedoms, and lawful uses of the sea enjoyed by the United States and other nations,” announced the U.S. Pacific Fleet. The Arleigh Burke -class destroyer can carry up to 96 Tomahawk missiles.

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pheew! I hope this is accurate. sounds encouraging!!

Concentrations of the toxic red tide organism are well off significant levels compared to just weeks ago.

In fact, there are no reported "high" concentrations along Florida's Gulf Coast, according to the latest Dec. 12 update from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

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on the other hand...

When is this going to stop?': Florida activist highlights devastating impact of algae blooms on wildlife
Dec 9, 2018

Harmful algae blooms known as red tide occur naturally but scientists say it could be aggravated by warm water temperatures and more acidic oceans attributed to climate change. Residents say this one, which has lasted almost 14 months, is unusual and has killed more animals than it normally would.

While Gill attributes the severity of this year's red tide to the changing climate, local Republicans aren't convinced of the connection.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott, now a senator-elect, declared a state of emergency earlier this year and allocated millions of dollars for cleanup and response. But critics say his support for loosening environmental regulations are part of why the algae blooms have been so bad over the last year and cost the state millions of dollars in tourism revenue.

Members of Florida's congressional delegation on both sides of the aisle have also pushed for more federal money to study red tide and health threats from harmful algae blooms.

Scott has also blamed Democrats in Washington, saying they haven't pushed for better federal management of the areas around Lake Okeechobee.

Activists disagree and say the state should focus on solutions to protect Florida's environment.

"It’s horrendous, there’s dead fish everywhere, the seagrass is dead. You’re witnessing full ecological collapse from the very bottom of the food chain all the way to the top," Daniel Andrews, executive director of the advocacy group Captains for Clean Water, told ABC News in an August interview. "Although red tide is natural, it’s not natural for it to be this severe.”



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Sooo interesting. It almost feels as if there is a planetary body within this planetary body. An entire quantum civilization embedded within the earth.

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important!



Coast Guard orders massive 14-year oil spill to be cleaned up

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Hi PEEPS...LTNS

Been busy with eye problems, now I have had that eye surgery and now I'm ready to catch up...

Missed ya'll something fierce...hiding

Found something interesting and thought you might be interested...



Don't give up on it too soon...I am sure you will recognize a few faces...

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Sooo interesting. It almost feels as if there is a planetary body within this planetary body. An entire quantum civilization embedded within the earth.
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Thought this might be appropriate...OI

"Your a candle in the window on a cold dark winter night"hf



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Great to see you back here Czar! And thanks for the vid. Will dl and watch tonight.

I've had some interesting chats with 'old timers' in the last couple of months regards this thread and related topics. But none wish to post here (or there) any longer. Pity.
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new item!


Monster waves predicted for San Francisco beaches this weekend. safety officials warn of life threatening situation

KGO – San Francisco
December 16, 2018



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East Coast storm to strike during peak of Christmas travel; Northwest to stay stormy
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,AccuWeather•December 17, 2018

Storms with the greatest potential to disrupt travel will focus on the East and the Northwest in the days leading up to Christmas.

Some of the best weather-related travel conditions are likely over the Southwest and over portions of the Plains through Christmas. Delays and disruptions due to weather in these areas are likely to be brief when compared to other parts of the nation.




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yellow alert


Massive waves 25 to 40 feet expected to accompany Bay Area storms. Dec. 14, 2018

...a pair of storms is expected to slam the Bay Area coastline this weekend with monster waves as high as 40 feet, the biggest so far this year, prompting the National Weather Service to warn beach visitors to be extra careful around the water.

...Sunday is when a second storm should sweep in with heavy precipitation, forecasters said. That will bring huge swells to the beaches, with towering waves possibly topping out at 25 to 40 feet. The weather service also warned that gusty winds on Sunday may bring power outages and some coastal flooding.


The highest waves will probably be seen around Mavericks Beach off the northern coast of Half Moon Bay, where surfers are eagerly awaiting those 40-foot whoppers, said Roger Gass, a meteorologist with the weather service’s Bay Area office.

“They’re peaking at the time we’re going to be seeing rain, so that’s kind of one good thing, so to speak,” he said. “Most of the time, people aren’t at the coast when we have wet conditions.”

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Wind, snow and flood alerts have been issued from Washington to California in anticipation of the coming weather systems. Snow, rain, waves and wind all are possible up and down and near the coastline.

A stronger storm is expected in the Pacific Northwest and Northern California on Tuesday, with more precipitation and strong winds.

This storm will head east over the next few days, and by late Wednesday or early Thursday should be delivering rain to the South and East, where already-saturated areas will be vulnerable to potential flooding.

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Northern and central California are expected to face a powerful storm Tuesday that has led to advanced alerts for flooding, high winds and winter storm warnings in that state and eight others.

California already experienced dangerously high waves Sunday night into Monday from an earlier storm. Those waves were as high as 30 feet with 40 to 50-foot breaks, leading to some coastal flooding and erosion.




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some threads today:


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from thread: Thread: China and Russia Have Modified the Atmosphere Above Europe to Test Possible Military Application, Scientists Say

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Moscow and Beijing have reportedly joined forces to carry out heating experiments above Europe and modify an important layer of the atmosphere for a possible military application, according to Chinese scientists.

Five experiments were conducted in June, and one of them created a physical disturbance over an area as large as 49,000 square miles, or roughly half the size of Britain, The South China Morning Post reported Monday. The heating experiment, which took place 310 miles over the small Russian town of Vasilsursk in Eastern Europe, generated an electric spike that contained 10 times “more negatively charged subatomic particles than surrounding regions,” the publication noted.

In a separate experiment at the time, the temperature of thin, ionized gas in high altitude rose up to 212 F due to a particle flow. The electrons were pushed into the sky by an atmospheric heating facility in the Eastern European town, which was created by the former Soviet Union during the Cold War years. After the facility ignited a host of high-power antennas to introduce a considerable amount of microwaves into the high atmosphere—which reached 260 megawatts, the necessary amount of power to light a small city—the Chinese electromagnetic surveillance satellite named Zhangheng-1 gathered data with state-of-the-art sensors, the Post added.
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Reliable soures claim sub was attempting to capture a local McDonalds. They were out of french fries.bsflagbsflagbsflag
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The U.S. Gulf of Mexico is on track to have a stellar 2019, with increases in drilling and merger and acquisition (M&A) activity, new project sanctions and first-ever production from a Jurassic play, according to analysts from Wood Mackenzie.

“We expect 2019 to be a strong year for the Gulf of Mexico. In addition to exciting new project sanctions, which could usher in more than $10 billion of investment into the region, a couple of historic firsts set to occur next year could set the stage for years to come,” said WoodMac senior research analyst William Turner.

Exploration activity in the region is expected to increase by 30 percent next year, WoodMac finds, with growth from new entrants like Kosmos Energy Ltd., Equinor ASA, Total S.A., Murphy Oil Corp. and Fieldwood Energy LLC.

Shell’s Appomattox development is due on stream in 2019 – marking the first-ever production from a Jurassic reservoir in the Gulf of Mexico. As Appomattox is a cornerstone of Shell’s global deepwater strategy, it will be a significant milestone for the company.

“If the Jurassic roars to life in 2019, it could give operators greater confidence in the play’s potential,” Turner said. “However, if Appomattox disappoints, the Jurassic could continue to lie dormant. The wider region would also be missing an expected strong production growth contributor.”

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I gotta ask, then, that with all this oil available everywhere, and more sites becoming available, as per above post from DMG, then why do we still need to frack every square foot of ground for gas?
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Marry Christmas Bezerkers!

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I gotta ask, then, that with all this oil available everywhere, and more sites becoming available, as per above post from DMG, then why do we still need to frack every square foot of ground for gas?
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Fracking pushes water into the ground, putting out the underground fires that are causing global warming?
Or it serves to wick water which is being pushed into the aquifer by the increasing pressure of the ocean back to the surface?
Releases soporific gas into the atmosphere?
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I gotta ask, then, that with all this oil available everywhere, and more sites becoming available, as per above post from DMG, then why do we still need to frack every square foot of ground for gas?
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Fracking pushes water into the ground, putting out the underground fires that are causing global warming?
Or it serves to wick water which is being pushed into the aquifer by the increasing pressure of the ocean back to the surface?
Releases soporific gas into the atmosphere?
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My personal theory on fracking is its an horrific cocktail of poisons designed to kill off the bacteria that were originally seeded into oil wells/reserves to pre-refine the oil body. A practice that has been ongoing since the 70's.

But I think with all these new synthetic bacteria, they could not have known what the outcomes would be, nor that they would be able to be controlled, en-masse with the organism from this thread (AUg1) and search out and move from well/reserve to reserve.

Also, I personally believe the US has been stock piling massive reserves of oil beneath the USA, and as they are all now in various states of pre-refinement, the (literal) outcome, from all that ingestion by the bacteria, is gas. Various methanics, but all byproducts of eating, digesting and belching/farting, on a scale almost unbelievable.

So all that gas and resultant pressure has to go somewhere!
It either finds its way out, creating a dangerous situation with flammable gas (Cali' wil fires that keep re-igniting, even on blackened ground) or create mini EQs, and ground subsidence (Assumption Parish) or super pressurised oil that is very difficult to safely extract.

It will expose the on-going 'stealing' of oil from other nations and subterranean storage and transfer.

So despite gas making oil over priced, they HAVE to frack, in order to firstly relieve pressure, secondly to inject poison into the well to kill off the bacteria colonies, and thirdly, make a profit in the mean time.

That fracking is so toxic to humans and life in general, especially with regards poisoning the water table, must demonstrate just how important and imperative it is to do it in order to maintain the veil and the status quo.

But with regards AUg1, the oil phase it used was only one part of it's development. A carrier, that enabled it to 'surf' the salt veins, daipirs and domes, and get on land, under land, and start doing - something.

But I like your thinking on this. The pressure aspect especially is something I think could be part of it.

hf Merry Christmas.
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I gotta ask, then, that with all this oil available everywhere, and more sites becoming available, as per above post from DMG, then why do we still need to frack every square foot of ground for gas?
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Fracking pushes water into the ground, putting out the underground fires that are causing global warming?
Or it serves to wick water which is being pushed into the aquifer by the increasing pressure of the ocean back to the surface?
Releases soporific gas into the atmosphere?
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My personal theory on fracking is its an horrific cocktail of poisons designed to kill off the bacteria that were originally seeded into oil wells/reserves to pre-refine the oil body. A practice that has been ongoing since the 70's.

But I think with all these new synthetic bacteria, they could not have known what the outcomes would be, nor that they would be able to be controlled, en-masse with the organism from this thread (AUg1) and search out and move from well/reserve to reserve.

Also, I personally believe the US has been stock piling massive reserves of oil beneath the USA, and as they are all now in various states of pre-refinement, the (literal) outcome, from all that ingestion by the bacteria, is gas. Various methanics, but all byproducts of eating, digesting and belching/farting, on a scale almost unbelievable.

So all that gas and resultant pressure has to go somewhere!
It either finds its way out, creating a dangerous situation with flammable gas (Cali' wil fires that keep re-igniting, even on blackened ground) or create mini EQs, and ground subsidence (Assumption Parish) or super pressurised oil that is very difficult to safely extract.

It will expose the on-going 'stealing' of oil from other nations and subterranean storage and transfer.

So despite gas making oil over priced, they HAVE to frack, in order to firstly relieve pressure, secondly to inject poison into the well to kill off the bacteria colonies, and thirdly, make a profit in the mean time.

That fracking is so toxic to humans and life in general, especially with regards poisoning the water table, must demonstrate just how important and imperative it is to do it in order to maintain the veil and the status quo.

But with regards AUg1, the oil phase it used was only one part of it's development. A carrier, that enabled it to 'surf' the salt veins, daipirs and domes, and get on land, under land, and start doing - something.

But I like your thinking on this. The pressure aspect especially is something I think could be part of it.

hf Merry Christmas.
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hesright

agreed!!

well said, BHD!!

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My personal theory on fracking is its an horrific cocktail of poisons designed to kill off the bacteria that were originally seeded into oil wells/reserves to pre-refine the oil body.
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Oh no, I just hate these coincidences. Having slept in the same bed as James Oliver Rigney Jr., once.
Something about Tainted...oil....is coming to the forefront of my mind like a thin sheen of bubbling insanity on extremely shallow water:





When they finish pretreating the matmos with an enzyme mix designed to break it down and make it bioavailable (after getting people used to the idea with things like kerosene as a folk medicine or Shilajit as a nutritional supplement) can we really spread it on toast? Last time we had to kill all the horses and wear their hair for wigs.dead2 when the intenal combustion engine replaced thema
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I don't want to do it.
I don't want to start going out on the weekends just to drink, but they will force me to do it!
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I don't want to do it.
I don't want to start going out on the weekends just to drink, but they will force me to do it!
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