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reply to post by muzzleflash
I sincerely hope you are reading this muzzleflash
coz here's an entirely different take on it because from what I previously posted I came across this
Hydrogen sulfide has been implicated in several mass extinctions that have occurred in the Earth's past. In particular, a buildup of hydrogen sulfide in the atmosphere may have caused the Permian-Triassic extinction event 252 million years ago.
Organic residues from these extinction boundaries indicate that the oceans were anoxic (oxygen-depleted) and had species of shallow plankton that metabolized H
2S. The formation of H
2S may have been initiated by massive volcanic eruptions, which emitted carbon dioxide and methane into the atmosphere, which warmed the oceans, lowering their capacity to absorb oxygen that would otherwise oxidize H
2S. The increased levels of hydrogen sulfide could have killed oxygen-generating plants as well as depleted the ozone layer, causing further stress. Small H
2S blooms have been detected in modern times in the Dead Sea and in the Atlantic ocean off the coast of Namibia.[
Now could all of this be dressed up as something else hiding something else?
(Afterall it is a conspiracy site lol)
Black sea on wikipedia and look to hydrochemistry?
Seems a bit weird really but it seems like the sudden escallation of events to me personally doesn't quite make sense.
Has there been any seismic activity recently or similar?
I dont know, just thought I'd share a possible alternative reason.
I get a bit bored with the lets hate each other crap
reply to post by jhn7537
Thanks for posting the map. I knew it had to be something like this. While American environazisare playing god with our resources in the name of "sustainable development", the Russians are controlling Europe's access to resources, and our Prez is refusing to go forward with the Keystone pipeline. I believe the global anti-fracking movement has more to do with geopolitical power than it does saving the earth.
All other issues aside...I wish Ukrainians safety and independence.
reply to post by TritonTaranis
yeah but this timeline is nowhere like this the autonomy was called before the move of any army
the 27 they called for indepandence and the first day of march troop come inedit on 2-3-2014 by Dolby_X because: (no reason given)edit on 2-3-2014 by Dolby_X because: (no reason given)
reply to post by stumason
Gas, wheat, coal...etc and dont forget VODKA ! Russia as become a exporter of natural ressources not only gas just in wheat it the 3rd biggest exporter to EU.edit on 2-3-2014 by Dolby_X because: (no reason given)
reply to post by Dolby_X
Not really . all they have is Gas and with Spring round the corner, that's not an issue. Most of Western Europe get's it's gas elsewhere anyway, its the East (Poland + Germany etc) that are the main customers. There are alternate sources..
EDIT: Most countries have strategic reserves too - Germany has 120 days.edit on 2/3/14 by stumason because: (no reason given)
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says Russia is ready to develop ties with Ukraine but not with those who seized power through bloodshed.
Medvedev: Yanukovich's authority is practically non-existent but under Ukraine's constitution he is the legitimate Head of State.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel accused Russian President Vladimir Putin in phone call of having breached international law with 'unacceptable Russian intervention" in Crimea.
German government spokesman says Putin accepted Merkel's proposal to set-up "fact-finding mission", possibly led by Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe, to start political dialogue.
Quote from Kerry
""You just don't in the 21st-Century behave in 19th-Century fashion by invading another country on completely trumped-up pretext," Mr Kerry told the CBS program Face the Nation."
The North Atlantic Council condemns the Russian Federation’s military escalation in Crimea and expresses its grave concern regarding the authorisation by the Russian Parliament to use the armed forces of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine.
North Atlantic Council statement on the situation in Ukraine.
Russia did not want war with Ukraine and is ready to support all forces in this country are in favor of strengthening relations between Moscow and Kyiv.
This is in the TV channel "Russia 1" said State Secretary, Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin, Interfax-Ukraine.
"I am convinced that no one in Russia did not want war," - he said.
reply to post by la2
The Polish military seems to be admitting that there are tanks on the move, but a spokesperson for the General Staff says that this is just a routine operation.
Are Polish troops on the move to the Ukrainian border? As we noted earlier, if they are that would not be a surprise. Nations typically move forces to the border in response to a crisis in neighboring countries. But with tensions already high, and with a peaceful solution to this crisis being the optimal solution for everyone, including Poland, don’t expect the Polish government to brag about it if they are.