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Title: BP Oil Spill Stalls Gulf Loop Current
Post by: admin on August 05, 2010, 12:44:24 AM
In this first update in this series, Dr. Gianluigi Zangari, an Italian theoretical physicist and major complex and chaotic systems analyst at the Frascati National Laboratories in Italy, believes that a cover-up is in progress.

In what he refers to as "taroccare" (to falsify), Zangari maintains that that tampering of Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research (CCAR) oceanographic imagery for June 12, 2010 represents an attempt to cover up the Loop Current stall event on that day. Thanks to the US Navy, he has smoking gun proof.

http://yowusa.com/earth/2010/earth-0810-05a/1.shtml (http://yowusa.com/earth/2010/earth-0810-05a/1.shtml)
Title: Re: BP Oil Spill Stalls Gulf Loop Current
Post by: Ed Douglas on August 05, 2010, 06:09:49 AM
Thank you for the article, Mr. Masters. It is most informative and clarifies Dr. Zangari's position about the current. I am trying to understand the situation a little better. The current along upper Mexico and around southern Florida looks like it is still flowing. The difference seems to be that when correct, the Gulf stream participates in this current. And now, as Dr. Zangari points out, the Gulf stream is not participating, allowing the Gulf current to stay in the Gulf, allowing it to get increasingly warmer, which will effect our weather and Mexico's. When the Gulf current is participating, it regulates the temperatures of the Gulf, and the Gulf helps regulate the current that goes on, around Florida and up the coast.  Is this a correct assumption?
Title: Re: BP Oil Spill Stalls Gulf Loop Current
Post by: Ed Douglas on August 06, 2010, 07:26:39 PM
It is noticeable that all of the tropical storms are not going into the Gulf now. They go up the east coast. Is this an effect of the Gulf loop?
Title: Re: BP Oil Spill Stalls Gulf Loop Current
Post by: admin on August 06, 2010, 08:16:40 PM
Hi Ed:

At this point, we're not seeing a natural system in the Gulf Loop Current.  It is synthetic.  Man-made.  How this plays out is only a guess.  We're in the unknown country now.

Marshall
Title: Re: BP Oil Spill Stalls Gulf Loop Current
Post by: Ed Douglas on August 07, 2010, 07:12:03 AM
We could see some of the efdfects of this, in the near future. We might already be seeing some, then. Most of everything that's happening is unknown country to us. This is exactly what the earlier civilizations were trying to warn us about, Mr. Masters. If there is a difference, it must be the population on the earth at this time, compared to then. But, with the signs of civilizations around the earth that were previously unknown, one can't be sure of that, either. Unknown country.  ed
Title: Re: BP Oil Spill Stalls Gulf Loop Current
Post by: Ed Douglas on August 17, 2010, 05:40:10 PM
Mr. Masters, has Dr. Zangari given any more updates or analysis on the Gulf loop? Things aren't looking good along the east coast.  ed