GULF BLUE PLAGUE: It's Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature

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GULF BLUE PLAGUE: It's Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature

Postby Gnosty » 24 Oct 2010, 16:08


By Michael Edward
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It’s not wise to fool Mother Nature. Those who think they can get away with it will abruptly learn that payback can be more than they bargained for. That’s because nature will always retaliate in subtle retorts that shake the very foundations of this earth as well as life itself. Playing the role of Creator is a very dangerous game.

As part of their new logo and corporate image campaign, British Petroleum (BP) wants the public to think of them as their new slogan says, “Beyond Petroleum”. BP is far more than a simple oil company. What is revealed below regarding BP and their ‘beyond petroleum’ activities, both prior to and including their Gulf of Mexico catastrophe, will create a picture for the reader one pixel dot at a time. Once the person who reads everything presented here connects all the dots of the picture, it will be more than obvious that BP has tried to fool Mother Nature… and she’s retaliating with a vengeance that is affecting the entire world. This is a perilous game that has now gotten out of control. What began in the Gulf of Mexico, in February 2010, has now escalated into a man-made biological nightmare of unknown proportions.


On June 13, 2007, BP made a long-term research and development deal and an undisclosed equity investment into a company named Synthetic Genomics Inc. based in Rockville, Maryland. Synthetic Genomics was co-founded by Dr. J. Craig Venter to commercialize genomic-driven technologies. (1) Genomics is the scientific study of the entire DNA sequence of an organism's genome. A genome is all the genetic information in the chromosomes of an organism, including its genes and DNA sequences.

BP/Synthetic Genomics recovered the DNA from subsurface hydrocarbon substrates (biological organisms in crude oil) and applied DNA “sequencing methods” to them. (1) What this means is that they took the DNA from underground crude oil reservoir microbial cells, such as bacteria or viruses, and cultured them in a lab to identify, isolate, and interpret their chemical and genetic properties. Additional “sequencing methods” beyond the initial identity and isolation stages were also carried out.

A central part of the deal between BP and Synthetic Genomics was to create biological transfer processes for crude oil that would lead to improved recovery rates. (1) Their goal was to develop new microbes with lab created genomes that would improve the flow of gas and oil out of a reservoir. For an oil producer like BP, more oil and gas being recovered from a source translates into more profits. This process is known as Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery (MEOR).


Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery (MEOR) is the use of micro-organisms to retrieve additional petroleum production from an oil reservoir. Micro-organisms are introduced into oil wells to produce by-products which help propel oil out of the well. Because these processes help to mobilize the oil and assist oil flow, they allow a greater amount to be recovered from the well. (2)

MEOR is a direct application of biotechnology. It uses biological materials - such as bacteria, microorganisms, and products of their metabolism - to assist the movement of oil out of a well. Other applications include genetic engineering techniques and recombinant DNA technology, which are used to develop new strains of bacteria with improved oil recovery traits. (3)

The micro-organisms can be applied to an entire oil reservoir where they grow between the oil and the well's rock surface to enhance oil recovery in the following ways:

Bio-surfactant Production – Microorganisms produce slippery substances called surfactants as they breakdown oil. Because they are naturally produced by biological microorganisms, they are referred to as bio-surfactants. Bio-surfactants act like slippery detergents, helping the oil move more freely away from rocks and crevices.

Reduction of oil viscosity – Oil is a thick fluid that is quite viscous, meaning that it does not flow easily. Microorganisms help break down the molecular structure of crude oil, making it more fluid and easier to recover.

Production of carbon dioxide gas – As a by-product of metabolism, micro-organisms produce carbon dioxide gas. Over time, this gas accumulates and displaces the oil driving it up and out of the ground. (3)


The BP/Synthetic Genomics alliance was centered on developing new micro-organisms with lab created genomes (synthetic DNA) to improve the outflow of gas and oil reservoirs. That alliance was publicly announced on June 13, 2007. As to what prior date the actual agreement was made is a corporate privacy matter.

However, less than two weeks before the public announcement, on May 31, 2007, US Patent application number 20070122826 was published claiming exclusive ownership of a set of essential genes and a synthetic "free-living organism that can grow and replicate" that is made using those genes. An international patent application at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO number WO2007047148, published April 27, 2007) names more than 100 countries where it may seek monopoly patents. (4)

The company that applied for the patents was the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI), a non-profit company founded by genetic scientist J. Craig Venter who also founded Synthetic Genomics, BP’s business alliance partner. Both are based in Rockville, Maryland. By no mere coincidence, Synthetic Genomics Inc. sponsors (pays for) fundamental research at JCVI. (1) Since BP has a developmental and research deal as well as an undisclosed amount of equitable stock ownership with Synthetic Genomics, it’s obvious who’s paying for the synthetic genetic research and results at JCVI.

Begin connecting the dots in order to see the picture.


Since they were paying for genetic research to increase oil well flow and production, logic dictates that BP needed to apply a newly created micro-organism(s) produced by their alliance with Synthetic Genomics to the oil reservoir located beneath their Mississippi Canyon Block 252 lease in the Gulf of Mexico. According to BP’s submitted U.S. Minerals Management Service (MMS) application, there were to be two exploration (not production) wells drilled and capped designated as Wells A and B. Exploration wells are commonly used to inject or introduce Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery micro-organisms and their nutrients into an oil reservoir for increased present and future production.

The first exploration well had been partially drilled by Transocean in October, 2009, but their Marianas semi-submersible drilling rig was damaged by hurricane Ida and was removed for repairs in late November, 2009. On February 3, 2010, the Deepwater Horizon semi-submersible rig commenced exploration drilling to complete the unfinished drilling operation of the Marianas rig. On February 13, 2010, BP informed the MMS that they were experiencing uncontrollable bursts of gas and large cracks at the base of the well. That was the reason they filed for and were granted a permit to abandon and cap the well the same day. (6)

Shortly after, Deepwater Horizon commenced drilling the other exploratory well for BP. We all know the result of the second drilling operation that destroyed the Deepwater Horizon rig on April 22, 2010. One fact that can’t be refuted regarding both exploratory wells is the extreme gas pressures coming from the oil reservoir and the resulting cracks on the ocean floor.

As noted above, MEOR micro-organisms can be applied to an oil reservoir where they grow between the oil and the well’s rock surface to enhance oil recovery. As a by-product of metabolism, micro-organisms produce carbon dioxide gas and this gas accumulates and displaces the oil by driving it up and out of the ground. At the same time, micro-organisms can break down the viscosity of the oil so that it’s thinner and can flow easier.

The published commercial goal of the BP/Synthetic Genomics alliance was to create new genetically engineered micro-organisms to increase the flow of oil. A public trademark of that research involves man-made genomes [synthetic DNA] controlling new artificial cellular organisms. Because of the vast estimated reserves of oil at MC252 in the Gulf of Mexico, the temperatures involved, and its extreme low oxygen depth, previous known or lab enhanced micro-organisms would not be effective in creating an increased flow of the oil.

One can only imagine what the results would be of a new MEOR synthetic bacteria that had a computer DNA designed capability to replicate itself rapidly in that extreme environment. The outcome would be unpredictable since it had never been tested in those conditions before… or had it?

Connect the dots to see more of the picture.


In 2003, JCVI successfully synthesized a small virus that infects bacteria. By 2008, the JCVI team was able to synthesize a small bacterial genome. On May 6, 2010, JCVI revealed they had already created a self-replicating bacterial cell controlled by a chemically synthesized genome they named “synthetic Mycoplasma mycoides JCVI-syn1.0”. (7) This completely synthetic cell with its computer designed genome has absolutely no natural DNA. (1) The etc group from Canada named it Synthia and it contains added watermark chains to identify the genome as artificial. It also has antibiotic resistance indicators. (7) One can only speculate why this artificial bacterium has an inherent programmed capability to resist antibiotics.

This new life form has the ability to replicate itself and organically function in any cell into which it has been introduced. Its DNA is artificial and it’s this synthetic DNA that takes control of the cell and is credited with being the building block of life. This is the first self-replicating synthetic bacterial cell thanks to its computer generated DNA. All of the funding for this came from Synthetic Genomics Inc (1), the company BP has a sizable equity position and alliance with. BP is definitely way beyond petroleum just as their new slogan publicizes.

Why watermark this artificial genome? Doing so makes it identifiable as the unique and patented (privately owned) asset it is. What happens if a human becomes infected with a life-threatening variant bacterial species of Synthia? If you use Penicillin to fight the infection, it won’t do any good. Antibiotic resistance is part of its DNA sequence, so any use of antibiotics would be a waste of time.

What would happen if mankind is contaminated by this self-reproducing artificial life form by contact or by breathing it? Would we become subjective to the DNA of the synthetic cells flowing throughout our bodies? Would the Synthia cells combine with other bacterium within us to create a new deadly bacterium? Since the micro-organism is created and gets its programming from computers, would we become subject to artificial electro-magnetic frequencies recognized by these genomes? There are a lot of questions that need to yet be answered. What matters most is this: Will we find out those answers in time?

Keep connecting the dots. The picture is starting to take shape now.


The oil is there deep in the Gulf of Mexico. It’s not going anywhere soon. It has a continual supply. There are no plumes of oil. There are deep lakes of it.

In a True News radio interview with Rick Wells on June 28, 2010, the late oil industry expert, Matt Simmons, stated “BP claimed to have the only technology to deal with this” when asked why the U.S. government wasn’t taking over the Gulf oil crisis. (8) Considering their three year alliance with Synthetic Genomics and the genetic creations they’ve made, it’s very possible that the U.S. federal corporation in DC was convinced that BP’s breakthrough genomic technologies were the better gambling odds. There had never been so large an amount of crude oil to deal with before.

For decades, scientists have eagerly pursued genetic modifications that would enhance natural microbial abilities to eat up oil spills on both land and sea. Even with DNA recombinants and bacterial gene splicing, there has been little positive success with improving on nature’s natural oil eaters. Although his announcement silently slipped past the ears of news reporters from around the world, JCVI and Synthetic Genome founder Craig Venter foretold of - and spoke openly of - just such an application on May 15, 2010 during the public announcement of what the press is now calling Synthia. He was referring to a Synthia based synthetic bacterial cell that would consume hydrocarbons more efficiently than any known natural micro-organism.

It’s worthy to note that one of the first patents on a genetically engineered organism was a hydrocarbon-eating microbe in 1980. Called the "oil eater," the microorganism was actually a naturally occurring bacterium that had been given four rings of DNA that were also naturally occurring. This gave the bacterium the ability to degrade four components of crude oil. (10)

Scientifically, there have always been problems with trying to take command of natural micro-organisms. They are too unpredictable in diverse environmental conditions. While they do their job well in certain conditions, they can become dormant in other ecological surroundings. Marine chemist Chris Reddy of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution said that microbes are a lot like teenagers because they’re hard to control. (5) In contrast, artificial microbial life forms like Synthia are completely controlled by their computer created DNA programming.

Microbial ecologist Kenneth Lee says that only microbes can remove the oil from the ocean and that bio-degradation is what removes most of the oil from the environment. History proves his statements are correct, but the time involved can span many decades and beyond. We don’t have that much time to deal with the oil in the Gulf.

Scientific American says “The last and only defense against the ongoing Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is tiny-billions of hydrocarbon-chewing microbes. In fact, the primary motive for using the more than 830,000 gallons of chemical dispersants on the oil slick both above and below the surface of the sea is to break the oil into smaller droplets that bacteria can more easily consume”. (5)

If there was only a super-high-efficient-micro-organism available that could do the job much faster and more efficiently (wink, wink).

Just a few more dots to connect and you’ll see the whole picture.


It’s been puzzling to understand why BP has chosen to continually spray dispersants such as Corexit from airplanes and boats day and night since early May 2010. The spraying hasn’t just been over the Gulf, but along the coastlines as well. While it’s claimed that Corexit disperses oil by breaking it into smaller pieces, can this be the only reason for all this spraying?

In recent tests of rainwater originating from the Gulf of Mexico, natural mineral elements such as copper and iron were found along with nickel, aluminum, and manganese. (9) That’s very unusual for rain clouds originating from a saline ocean. The only logical explanation is that such elements were introduced to the Gulf water where they were drawn up by the rain clouds. The only way that could have happened is from aerial and surface spraying and/or below surface injection.

Are these ingredients of Corexit? Not according to Nalco, the manufacturer. Then these natural earth elements must be added to what is being sprayed along with Corexit, but why? What benefit is there to add elements like copper or iron to seawater? After all, these are natural elements and nutrients you would add to soil to make plants grow, so why add them to sea water?

Bacteria thrive in rich nutrient environments. Natural minerals are necessary building blocks for nutrients that bacteria thrive on. Think of it as hydro-fertilizing the Gulf to make it a better nutritional medium for hungry oil-eating bacterium. The so-called “dispersants” are not only breaking down the crude oil into smaller pieces, they’re adding needed enhancement minerals so that the bacterium can multiply more rapidly and eat up the oil faster. Such bacteria are called Bioremediators.

The dots are forming a big picture. You’re almost there.


The only ingredient missing is a new and previously unknown genus of hydrocarbon-eating bacteria that can survive the cold water depths - where the lakes of oil and tar now sit - so it could degrade it faster than any known natural bacteria.

In a paper published in the journal Science, Terry Hazen and his colleagues at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory discovered in late May through early June 2010 that a previously unknown species of cold-water hydrocarbon-eating bacteria have been feasting on the underwater oil plumes degrading them at accelerated rates. (11)

We can now understand why, on May 15, BP/Synthetic Genome’s CEO Craig Venter hinted of a new hydrocarbon-eating synthetic genome. Prior to that date, JCVI had already applied for numerous additional patents (we were able to find seven) regarding synthetic bio-remediation, such as bacteria synthetic genomes which provide unique DNA information required for “replication of a free-living organism”. In layman’s terms, this means the BP and Synthetic Genome scientists had already created self-replicating bacteria “wherein the assembled DNA molecule is a [synthetic] genome” back in 2007. (13)

Just a few more connecting dots and the picture will be complete.


As I stated on WVP Radio during our premiere broadcast in August, there won’t be any hurricanes entering into the Gulf of Mexico this year. (14) There haven’t been and there won’t be. Otherwise, both the hurricanes and the jet stream will send the synthetic bacteria all around the world.

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They have to isolate their biologically created nightmare until they can either find a way to control it or create a synthetic genome microbial vaccine to neutralize its effects. Could that have been their plan all along?

On October 7, 2010, Synthetic Genomics Inc. [the BP equity investment company] and JCVI announced the formation of a new company, Synthetic Genomics Vaccines Inc. (SGVI). The privately held company will focus on developing next generation vaccines using JCVI's genomic sequencing and synthetic genomic expertise, coupled with the intellectual property and business acumen of Synthetic Genomics Inc., to significantly advance and enhance vaccine development. (15)

How amazing that the BP/Synthetic Genomics alliance now has its own vaccine company for patented immunizations. But at what cost to humanity? It’s very profitable to not only create synthetic bacteria but to also offer a vaccine in case there are any problems. When you create the bacteria and control its DNA, you also know how to shut it down. Surely, BP is far Beyond Petroleum.

“We are excited to apply our advanced synthetic genomics technologies to revolutionize vaccine production" said Fernanda Gandara, President of SGVI. (15) Yes Fernanda, I’m sure you and BP are very excited.


The ETC Group is an international civil society organization based in Ottawa, Canada. They recently stated in a press release that
"Synthetic biology is a high-risk profit-driven field, building organisms out of parts that are still poorly understood. We know that lab-created life-forms can escape, become biological weapons, and that their use threatens existing natural biodiversity. Most worrying of all, Craig Venter is handing this powerful technology to the world’s most irresponsible and environmentally damaging industry by partnering with the likes of BP and Exxon to hasten the commercialization of synthetic life-forms."(12)

Now we have scientific confirmation of “a previously unknown species of cold-water hydrocarbon-eating bacteria” gobbling up oil in the Gulf. (11)

Nothing is known about how this new synthetic bio-remediation bacterium in the Gulf reacts with mankind. This is virgin and uncharted territory. We already know how sea mammals such as whales and porpoises have reacted. Those who haven’t escaped the affected areas of the Gulf have died… along with all other marine life and coastal vegetation. While human health effects from crude oil exposure are well known, the effects of dispersants containing oil-eating artificial bacteria are not known. It’s never been done before, let alone at the immense scale of operations now taking place.

There’s a reason the so-called “dispersants” are guarded by weapon-yielding soldiers and local armed law enforcement in warehouses and deployment yards along the Gulf coast. If a sample were to be analyzed by knowledgeable people, the biological and chemical anomalies it contains would be made public, right down to the unique DNA signature. BP keeps allowing their sorcerer’s brew to be called Corexit in order to hide the fact that it’s not just the name brand product any longer.

The physical symptoms of the BP Flu, BP Crud, Blue Flu, or whatever name you choose to call it, are as unique as the synthetic bacteria being used in the Gulf. Since mankind is carbon based, how do these synthetically created hydrogen and carbon hungry bacteria react to human flesh? Internal bleeding as well as ulcerating skin lesions are the physical signs of their computer created DNA signature.

BP and their paid minions have released a synthetic biological plague in the Gulf of Mexico and it’s out of control. The entire world is a victim of their greed and foolishness. By playing the role of creator, they have begun a very dangerous game with infinite repercussions for life as we know it.

Those who have permitted and agreed to this cover-up are just as responsible as BP. Those of us living on the Gulf coast must demand from every politician and government agency, from the national to the local level, an explanation as to why they allowed this to happen and why they are allowing it to continue. They are all responsible for lying to us and for covering up the truth.

Have you connected all the dots?

Do you see the complete picture now?

Colonies of the synthetic transformed bacterium

The Gulf Blue Plague Has Evolved


(1) Synthetic Genomics, Inc. ; ; ; .
(2) Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery; Zinan Li’s Blog. ... -recovery/
(3) Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery; BioBasics.
(4) The etc group, Canada.
(5) Scientific American; May 25, 2010. ... oil-spills
(6) Rigzone; April 27, 2010,
(7) National Institutes of Health; National Center for Biotechnology Information.
(8) True News Radio Broadcast, June 28, 2010,
(9) Coastal Heritage Society of Louisiana,
(10) Genetically Modified Bioremediators,
(11) Duke University, Duke Environment,
(12) The etc group, Canada,
(13) US Patent & Trademark Office, ... 0070122826
(14) World Vision Portal, WVP Radio, ;

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Re: GULF BLUE PLAGUE: It's Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature

Postby xdrfox » 27 Oct 2010, 14:07

THE GULF BLUE PLAGUE ... Let me guess, if it goes worldwide, they will only have 1/2 Billion doses of vaccine ! ? Isn't that what "they" want the World Population to be, 500,000,000.


Re: GULF BLUE PLAGUE: It's Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature

Postby TRUTHER » 27 Oct 2010, 19:06

A plague would fit nicely into the bankster's Omega Project and Agenda 21 goals, it would seem, as well as the Anglo-Saxon Mission by the corporate elite gangsters. Starting to make sense why ObamaCare has been ignoring this Gulf tragedy, and a plague will elevate prospective pharmaceutical business. Drilling into an active undersea volcano and further fracturing the Gulf's seabed does not justify BP's greed for an infinite supply of abiotic fuel. Thanks for the good reporting.


Re: GULF BLUE PLAGUE: It's Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature

Postby Guyver » 27 Oct 2010, 21:06


I have not come across the relationship between the arsenic levels and the current synthetic pathogen. Has this been correlated? The boating incident clearly indicates exposure from aerosol deployment.

Doctor Ott has, not to my knowledge, recognized a microbe invader.

Apparently a vaccine program was developed in compliance for the creation of this oil muncher. My concern is the possible exposure to the microbes liberated from the salt dome to the synthetic bacterium.

I have many friends and family in Florida. None of them believe this is consequential.

If you all, have some answers I have two hears....for now!


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Re: GULF BLUE PLAGUE: It's Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature

Postby Gnosty » 28 Oct 2010, 15:10

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You are correct....100 per cent...I have one heck of a story for husband and I and our pets since 1994 have been infected with these manipulated organisms first used in wastewater treatment plants that my husband was a mechanical technician and was responsible for maintenance on the equipment necessary for these organisms to be used in these open pits
of chemical waste at the chemical plant near Freeport, of the first wastewater treatment plants to use these organisms....

There were NO safety concerns at all for the workers that worked on the equipment and around these every one of the crew that was working around these organisms are sick with a disease called Morgellons (that is what they called this shit) or they have died from the exposure...mostly from liver failure...sudden death for many....

I have been trying to expose these criminals for what they have done for 7 years now...and Jeff Rense even hosted my story on his web site back in 2007 for the world to see...I have sent out over 100 personal emails to anyone of authority trying to break this story and what they have done to us and they only ones in good faith to reply to me was Jeff Rense and David Dees....other than that not one person wanted to hear about it....and every three letter department is part of the coverup this goes DEEP DEEP inside our government for they are involved....

Here is our story that was posted on Jeff Rense back then...

Part 1

Part 2

I want to thank you so very much for having the insight to what is happening and I want to confirm with you that you are clearly on the right continue to expose what they have can use my story any time for a reference to what others are going through with these manipulated organisms being used right under our noses and creating disease in everything including pets and animals....
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Synthia & Mycoplasma Infections

Postby Gnosty » 30 Oct 2010, 08:40

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I listened to your broadcast...mother nature.

You mentioned a critical word...mycoplasma when you described Synthia's patent.

I believe most of these people are suffering from a mycoplasma infection. Mycoplasma is in everyone. (It was unleashed on us as a bio weapon in 1979-81)

If you want to learn more about mycoplasma, go to my web site

I was stricken with a mycoplasma infection in 2001 and since have fully recovered thru certain treatments.

Mycoplasma is a cell-wall deficient bacteria, thus antibiotics are useless against it.

The tingling in your fingers is nerve damage (maybe carpel tunnel) which is caused by mycoplasma.

Mycoplasma awakens in our body under the right circumstances and thrives in POISONED cells (unbalanced cells).

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Re: GULF BLUE PLAGUE: It's Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature

Postby Gnosty » 30 Oct 2010, 11:02

Guyver wrote:I have not come across the relationship between the arsenic levels and the current synthetic pathogen. Has this been correlated?

Arsenic is one of the natural earth elements (heavy metals) being added to the Gulf along with iron, copper, aluminum, etc., to create a proper medium for the 'Zombie' bacterium.

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Re: GULF BLUE PLAGUE: It's Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature

Postby Gnosty » 31 Oct 2010, 08:37

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
June 17, 2010

Patricia F. Dimond, Ph.D.

In the case of oil spills multiple techniques may be used, including the addition of nutrients to the environment to enhance and facilitate crude oil decomposition by specific bacteria or the introduction of oil-eating bacteria.

Dr. Lyons noted that producing such designer microbes through genetic engineering [gene splicing or DNA recombinant techniques] would be hard to pull off. Oil is so full of complicated substances that jamming all the genes needed to digest and metabolize it into a single microbe and then expecting it to reproduce and flourish might be asking too much, he said. Experimental evolution [synthetic genetics], on the other hand, simultaneously changes metabolic capabilities as well as optimizes growth rates.

He also pointed out that right now the company’s proposal to select and introduce designer oil-eating microbes into the Gulf is in BP’s hands. “It’s in their pipeline, but we are not waiting for a response. We know our approach stands the best chance to make bio-remediation work, and we are proceeding accordingly. ”


Re: GULF BLUE PLAGUE: It's Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature

Postby Masterslave » 01 Nov 2010, 23:57

Michael Edward go to the editors of the news like RENSE said push the MSM its the only way to get it out...


Re: GULF BLUE PLAGUE: It's Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature

Postby vigalanti » 02 Nov 2010, 12:16

this is out of control and i am going to be focusing all efforts toward sinking bps ship they are not allowed to kill us any more and should be held accountable for all the life they have taken,and will continue to take ,it is time for uss all to stand up to this bs and change the world for the better ...


Re: GULF BLUE PLAGUE: It's Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature

Postby caution » 04 Nov 2010, 18:29

I'm not trying to discredit Mr. Edwards' article by any means, I think that BP is a despicable organization and should face dire consequences for their actions. That being said, yes genetic engineering is a highly debated topic and poses some tough ethical questions, but it's important that people don't become alarmed for the wrong reasons. For instance, Mr. Edward keeps on referencing the "computer created genome" that the Synthia bacteria possesses. While this is technically correct, I think a great majority of people misunderstand the implications here. The only major difference between Synthia's genome and the natural mycoplasma genome is the way they were assembled. Venter's group sequenced the genome of mycoplasma (a capability we've had for years now) and artificial recreated the same (almost) genome only using smaller pieces and building up to the whole genome. Therefore, yes the genome was created in a lab, but it's essentially the same as the one occurring naturally. After reading this article, I looked up the scientific paper published by the Venter group about the synthetic genome. The only difference is the few watermarks they included, which allows for identification, and they actually removed the genes that are believed to be responsible for mycoplasma's harmful actions. And as far as the antibiotic resistance, while that may seem scary at face value, is a technique used by scientists literally everywhere in the world for cell culture. And the antibiotic resistance isn't against every antibiotic known to man, rather one or two generally. This way, scientists can grow up cells on media that contain a given antibiotic, gentamicin for example, and they know that only the cells growing within the media are there experimental ones, because they are resistant to this antibiotic that prevents any other cell from growing. Again, this still scares the hell out of me, especially with BP responsible for funding the project, but I just thought it was important to point out these distinctions.


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Re: GULF BLUE PLAGUE: It's Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature

Postby Gnosty » 05 Nov 2010, 06:32

Dan -- While what you said is true of Synthia, the same does not apply to the synthetic genomes of the lab-created hydrocarbon eating bacterium being used in the Gulf. We're talking about Synthia's remote cousin here, not the release of Synthia into the Gulf.
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Re: GULF BLUE PLAGUE: It's Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature

Postby GulfCoastPlayer » 10 Nov 2010, 04:49

Hi guys, as you can tell (hopefully) from my nickname here, I live on the Gulf Coast too. I have not only seen this catstrophe up close and personal but have endured the stink of the sprayings. I have watched this monkey outfit named BP ruin our Gulf and it enrages me as my family helped settle the town in which I was born, raised and continue to live. BP has violated all of us in the worst way and as Michael says in Part 4, I have gotten "downright indignant about it"!

I have not yet made any videos of my own but have taken the liberty to post vids (like WVPRadio - with whom I became "friends" recently) on YouTube, in an effort to tell as many people as I possibly can about what is REALLY going on down here! I go by the nickname SuperDeltaBravo1 - so Michael, NOW YOU KNOW, OFFICIALLY, OK!? I have NOT partnered with YouTube & as such I make NO MONEY from videos. When I am satisfied with my own ability to make & edit my own, maybe then but not before.

I find what BP has done to be despicable & it sure looks like this is far from being over with despite Media Blackouts (which I understand but still find PATHETIC!) I am a member of a few organizations & work with them behind the scenes. Michael, I want you to know what I post away from here - when I post it and I want you to know that I am available to work & go the distance with you even knowing we well may be risking our lives! So what, right! BP has seen fit to risk our lives already.

I have been studying this so-called catastrophe from Day One. Michael, if you need to contact me - you have my email address. I am prepared to come meet you & to bring what you have to some very trusted people that once held extremely high positions. I'll be more than happy to discuss with you in person & would Welcome the chance to show you all I have & disclose my tue identity. There is NOTHING holding me down/ holding me back from working with you to seek Justice. We REALLY need to watch out for one another. Afterall, look what they did to Matt Simmons. Contact me anytime & to the rest of you, with this my 1st post, I would like to simply say "Hello" & IT AIN'T OVER TILL IT's OVER!

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Re: GULF BLUE PLAGUE: It's Not Wise to Fool Mother Nature

Postby Gulf Evacuee » 03 Dec 2010, 20:59



On a molecular level, water "creates the structure" of DNA and proteins to enable our bodies to function, says Prof. Martin Chaplin of London University, UK. Because water has its own nervous system and because water has its own molecular clusture structures with memory, the impacts of the synthetic bacteria on the MOLECULAR STRUCTURE OF GULF WATERS ITSELF itself (excluding water content) must be horrific.

1) Both negative and positive human emotional behavior, when projected onto water, has been shown to change the molecular structure of water. Thus, what is the spiritual impact of this entire BP tragedy's collective emotions (fear, anger, stress, aggression, etc.) on the Gulf water MOLECULAR MEMORY STRUCTURE?

2) So how would this lab created "Synthia" synthetic bacteria, when added to the water DNA memory equation, affect Gulf water's MOLECULAR STRUCTURE ITSELF and SPIRITUAL condition?

Corporate greed on the part of petro corporations (BP) are robbing our planet of life, all the while Tesla's zero-point free energy exists, for which the corporate elite will not make available to the public. Water is the medium by which all nature is governed, and BP apparently knows their scientific & spiritual warfare strategies too well.

Please, Gulf people, if you can, please leave the Gulf region for better health elsewhere. (We did last June with just the clothes on our backs, a few things in the car, even leaving our furnished Gulf home behind.) We're blessed to have family up north who have taken us in while we're jobhunting.

Our family thanks Mr. Edward for his scientific insight, effort, and dedication to revealing the truth.


In influence of Divine Grace over the Gulf,
Gulf Evacuee

"If I am not for myself, who will be for me?
If I am not for others, what am I?
And if not now, when?" - Rabbi Hillel

PS This is a must view: Water - The Great Mystery

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Water -- The Great Mystery

Postby linn » 06 Dec 2010, 09:35

YouTube playlist for the above-mentioned documentary. :grin:

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