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For the first time a direct evidence of the rapid breaking of The Gulf Stream!

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posted on Aug, 5 2010 @ 01:08 AM
what i don't get, is why back east is baking now as well as europe and russia. maybe it's el nino?

posted on Aug, 5 2010 @ 10:06 PM
You know this makes perfect sense. BP was paid very well to play the bad guy roll. They have shares in the company that produced that hideous destructive chemical. In addition, this stalling of the main engine of the gulf stream to create drought and weather disturbances.

Well, I live in a rain forrest area, near the west coast, and its all drying up. I knew the month without rainfall was due to BP, already figured it out. 400 forrest fires raging, and the leaves of the cottonwoods are red and fiery, the smell of burning wood from 100 miles over the mountain in Lilouette. Its all done on purpose.

I feel like I'm on guard, like my spirit is a guardian of this planet and nature, and this is unbelievable abuse.

These people, the ones over their heads even, the bankers, Im sure this was a Rotschild plan, must be brought to justice.

posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 11:13 AM

Since this is very crucial information. And note that showing a series of graphs, not easily understood, doesnt distract one from the information put forth by a highly competent physics lab that in their calculus took every months data into account for years, including summer cycles, including el nino and la nina, because they are so very bright and talented.
It was their job.

And we are in extreme weather anomalies because of this. Please note this thread as well, for Gulf Stream is written all over this, with BP's signature evident for all to see. They left their doggy trail and muddy pawprints behind!

Thanks BP, you shares in the company producing that dreadful dispersant has made this "accident" that some might think the Rothchild's ordered, very profitable indeed for you, considering how much was dumped in the ocean.

1 Million Fish Dead in Bolivian Ecological Disaster

Sudden ocean cooling is the culpurit here with a cold front, while Russia has the highest temperatures recorded.

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posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 12:41 PM
reply to post by Unity_99

The loop current breaks loose on a regular basis. It did it last year and it reformed. It has nothing to do with an oil spill.

It did it again this year and now is in the process of reforming.

[edit on 8/7/2010 by Phage]

posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 12:42 PM
I posted and quoted the document. They took all this into account in their calculations.

posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 01:05 PM
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It is not "they". It is one person. The author of the paper used his own "calculus" to determine that this was "the first time a direct evidence of the rapid breaking of the loop current". He is apparently a physicist, not an oceanographer.

It is not the first time. It happens regularly.
It is not the end of the world.

[edit on 8/7/2010 by Phage]

posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 01:57 PM
I've read the link, and the checks on the data with the laboratories, and that the previous years were taken into account.

I already knew the drought we are having was BP gulf related, and that it had affected the precipitation, and there is major evidence now with over million fishes dying, due to a swift cooling of ocean current, that the calculations, this well schooled physicist did, were right on!

I also have no doubt that BP oil and the Rothchild's who I believe pull their strings, have every intention of trying to cast doubt, and try to sweep this under the carpet. But I'll be here, refusing to allow them that.

[edit on 7-8-2010 by Unity_99]

posted on Sep, 2 2010 @ 11:53 AM
Are we still waiting for it to reform?

Perhaps I missed this reformed stream's appearance?

posted on Sep, 21 2010 @ 03:43 AM

Originally posted by fakedirt
In my humble opinion if the data is read properly then these current rotations should contain a proportion of the oil in the gulf itself.
Apparently there is a skimmer near Singapore that could suck up more in a day than what has been accomplished up to now.
My source? max keiser on rttv today Friday.
As I stated in my initial reply this could make other organizations very wealthy if they waited just outside international waters -- if the oil leached into the conveyor and moved up towards Canada etc. i guess ownership is not a problem regarding the oil if it reaches international waters as I feel it would be deemed 'abandoned'.
ok who wants to chip in toward the cost of a tanker or twenty, all crew and kit and tap up Lord Dyson for some assistance? in me dreams!

The great columns likely are full of Corexit .. and cannot be processed, also they are particle-ized so great expense even if the dispersant were not present (had left the oit, and entered the atmosphere, as it is wont to do).

The Great 'bank' of oil bigger than Maryland and Delaware combined, and thick enough to cover said land mass to a depth of several hundred feet has been exposed to salt water for so long that the valuable and combustible esters have departed, leaving essentially oil turning to asphalt: .. Some day in the future it will be gobbled by microbes and become a very viable habitat ..
This is from the well, no one spoke of, the one they tried to fudge the coordinates on (as I understand it).

Not only was this a massive waste, and a massive contamination of the area, and of the lands downwind of that 'summer on-shore flow' which makes the rains that time of year, -- and the flagrant lack of concern for the health of workers they hired and bullied; ... it is a horrible example of how not to be responsible!!!
(I mean it is now bordering on ludicrous .. you may not dig up the sand on the beach?)

The entire thing is an exercise in grownups reverting to childish bullying because they really messed up, and refused/refuse to own up!! ... Where is the mature and responsible core of this company ... or does it actually lack one (seems) ... ???

Worse, they took the pres for a ride on their excursion .. I wonder how ....

Deep Water drilling is very much (VERY) more lucrative than regular drilling.
Too bad they will still be doing it world wide (think South American) ... without any better contingency plans than they had in the Gulf ....

Maybe someone should approach the United Nations? Maybe someone should rein these guys in?

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