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Unnaturally created EQ in Cali?

1,000's of bees die after quake.

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14 people killed in fire aboard Russian deep sea submersible.

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At first reported as a gas explosion, then redacted by Russian experts. No gas explosion. Norwegian radiation scientists monitoring situation.

If only we were thrown a crumb...
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Here's your crumb BHD:
The Russian sub that was retrieving a certain
Japanese F-35 that crashed in the sea was the
one that was attacked, sending everyone "back home."

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Munch, munch, munch, munch....

Buuuurrrrp!!

AUg1 is on the move.

HUNDREDS of methane seeps between North Carolina's Cape Hatteras and Massachusetts' Georges Bank - 570 methane seeps!

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Assumption Parish? Lake Peigneur? Plenty of salt domes in this region, and plenty of connecting salt daipirs.
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bump
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Good to see this most important thread bumped to front page again. Damn French subpar submarines.
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Good to see this most important thread bumped to front page again. Damn French subpar submarines.
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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.


A University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science-led research team analyzed polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), the most toxic components of petroleum, based on the BP Gulf Science Data's extensive water chemistry samples taken within a 10-kilometer (6-mile) radius of the blowout site.

The results of this analysis demonstrated that substantial amounts of oil continued to surface near the response site, despite 3,000 tons of subsea dispersants injection (or SSDI)—a new spill response strategy meant to curb the spread of oil and facilitate its degradation.

Dispersants application to manage surface oil spills has been shown to break the oil into small, easily dissolved droplets. However, the Deepwater Horizon was very different in that the oil entered the system at depth. The turbulent energy and pressure at such immense depths not only contributed to the rapid expansion of the spill, but these natural forces helped disperse oil in micro-droplets and render the dispersant ineffective and unnecessary.

"The results of this study are critically important," said the study's coauthor Samantha Joye from the University of Georgia. "This work shows clearly that the eruptive nature of the Macondo discharge was more than sufficient to generate the deepwater oil plume. Further, application of dispersant did not increase the amount of oil in the aqueous phase or change the distribution of oil over depth. These findings should change the way we think about spill response and calls for a reconsideration and reprioritization of response measures."
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It's excellent that this is still in the fore front of many people's minds, especially those who look at it from a scientific perspective.

I got the feeling that the article wanted to elaborate, but kept the discussion to a level where it did not enter the realm of woo, where we play.

Thanks, as always DMG for keeping this alive.

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It's excellent that this is still in the fore front of many people's minds, especially those who look at it from a scientific perspective.

I got the feeling that the article wanted to elaborate, but kept the discussion to a level where it did not enter the realm of woo, where we play.

Thanks, as always DMG for keeping this alive.

hf
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no problem. thanks for your note!!!
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articles.


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gasp

holy smokes!!! hey guys, look at this!!

Article!!

Researchers analyzing the genomes of microorganisms living in shale oil and gas wells have found evidence of sustainable ecosystems taking hold there—populated in part by a never-before-seen genus of bacteria they have dubbed "Frackibacter."


The new genus is one of the 31 microbial members found living inside two separate fracturing wells, Ohio State University researchers and their colleagues report in the Sept. 5 online edition of the journal Nature Microbiology


One implication of the study is that methane produced by microbes living in shale wells could possibly supplement the wells' energy output.

Wrighton and Daly described the amount of methane produced by the microbes as likely minuscule compared to the amount of oil and gas harvested from the shale even a year after initial fracturing. But, they point out, there is a precedent in a related industry, that of coal-bed methane, to use microbes to greater advantage.

"In coal-bed systems they've shown that they can facilitate microbial life and increase methane yields," Wrighton said. "As the system shifts over time to being less productive, the contribution of biogenic methane could become significantly higher in shale wells. We haven't gotten to that point yet, but it's a possibility."



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a team of physicists has uncovered a new state of matter—a breakthrough that offers promise for increasing storage capabilities in electronic devices and enhancing quantum computing.


"Our research has succeeded in revealing experimental evidence for a new state of matter—topological superconductivity," says Javad Shabani, an assistant professor of physics at New York University. "This new topological state can be manipulated in ways that could both speed calculation in quantum computing and boost storage."

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holy smokes!!! hey guys, look at this!!

Article!!

Researchers analyzing the genomes of microorganisms living in shale oil and gas wells have found evidence of sustainable ecosystems taking hold there—populated in part by a never-before-seen genus of bacteria they have dubbed "Frackibacter."


The new genus is one of the 31 microbial members found living inside two separate fracturing wells, Ohio State University researchers and their colleagues report in the Sept. 5 online edition of the journal Nature Microbiology


One implication of the study is that methane produced by microbes living in shale wells could possibly supplement the wells' energy output.

Wrighton and Daly described the amount of methane produced by the microbes as likely minuscule compared to the amount of oil and gas harvested from the shale even a year after initial fracturing. But, they point out, there is a precedent in a related industry, that of coal-bed methane, to use microbes to greater advantage.

"In coal-bed systems they've shown that they can facilitate microbial life and increase methane yields," Wrighton said. "As the system shifts over time to being less productive, the contribution of biogenic methane could become significantly higher in shale wells. We haven't gotten to that point yet, but it's a possibility."



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and.... right on schedule!!

A survey of offshore installations extracting oil and natural gas in the North Sea revealed far more leakage of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, than currently estimated by the British government, according to a research team led by scientists from Princeton University.


Using a laser-based instrument mounted on small fishing boats, the researchers estimated methane emissions from eight North Sea production platforms off the coasts of England and Scotland. Contrary to current expectations, they found that all the sampled offshore installations leaked even when they were not conducting operations expected to cause methane emissions. On average, methane leakage occurring during normal operations more than doubles each installations' reported emissions to the U.K."s National Atmospheric Emission Inventory.

In an article published Aug. 2 in the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, the researchers noted that previously reported leakage from operating oil and gas platforms appear low: 0.13 percent of production by U.K. government estimates. However, the researchers found that an additional 0.19 percent occurred during normal operation. For the U.K., this additional 0.19 percent corresponds to an additional 330,000 cars on the road (an increase of 1 percent in registered U.K. vehicles), the researchers said.

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that is not a black hole.. they do not exist... and Saggitarious is not the center of the Milky Way.
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holy smokes!!! hey guys, look at this!!

Article!!

Researchers analyzing the genomes of microorganisms living in shale oil and gas wells have found evidence of sustainable ecosystems taking hold there—populated in part by a never-before-seen genus of bacteria they have dubbed "Frackibacter."


The new genus is one of the 31 microbial members found living inside two separate fracturing wells, Ohio State University researchers and their colleagues report in the Sept. 5 online edition of the journal Nature Microbiology


One implication of the study is that methane produced by microbes living in shale wells could possibly supplement the wells' energy output.

Wrighton and Daly described the amount of methane produced by the microbes as likely minuscule compared to the amount of oil and gas harvested from the shale even a year after initial fracturing. But, they point out, there is a precedent in a related industry, that of coal-bed methane, to use microbes to greater advantage.

"In coal-bed systems they've shown that they can facilitate microbial life and increase methane yields," Wrighton said. "As the system shifts over time to being less productive, the contribution of biogenic methane could become significantly higher in shale wells. We haven't gotten to that point yet, but it's a possibility."



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Thanks for posting this DMG. I have been ridiculed over numerous sites for years for this exact hypothesis by oil 'experts' who said I was full of shit, and didnt know what I was talking about.

Probably right about being full of shit, LOL, but I got that one right. As for their claim 'we're not there yet' I believe the reason for fracking itself is to relieve pressure, so we've been at oil contamination defcon1 for decades.

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