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Evidence Warned Growing That Gulf Of Mexico “Supervolcano” May Be Preparing to Erupt

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"A disturbing new Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that scientific analysis provided to the Naval Main Command (NMC) from its research vessel RFS Viktor Leonov CCB175 (NATO designation SSV-175) this past week provide growing evidence that the “bizarre/mysterious” high temperature readings emanating from the Gulf of Mexico might, indeed, be linked to a deep underwater supervolcano—that may be preparing to erupt, but at the very least, has violently altered normal global weather patterns. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]

According to this report, the RFS Viktor Leonov CCB175 is a research-intelligence vessel whose main mission for the past 4 years has been to monitor the growing abnormalities being evidenced in the Gulf Stream—that is a warm and swift Atlantic Ocean current that originates in the Gulf of Mexico and stretches to the tip of Florida, and then follows the eastern coastlines of the United States and Newfoundland before crossing the Atlantic Ocean—and whose normality of flow is critical to sustaining weather patterns over the entirety of the European Continent.

Beginning its mission to monitor the Gulf Stream in 2014-2015, this report continues, research provided by the RFS Viktor Leonov CCB175 confirmed the 2015 evidence that this Atlantic Ocean current was “slowing down faster than ever”—and whose 2017 mission further confirmed Western scientists findings that drastic cooling in North Atlantic “was beyond their worst fears”—and who gravely warned that this collapse of the Gulf Stream “poses threat to life as we know it”."

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As documented by Carleton College researcher Lyndon DeSalvo in his 2008 research paper titled “Bleeding Earth: Volcanoes as the Prototypical Mountains in Mayan Cosmological Past”, this report says, the Maya peoples stories and legends of their past speak of the entire Gulf of Mexico as being the place where mountains come from—and, also disappear into—and whose only modern-times explanation of is someone describing the activities of a volcanic caldera—that is a large cauldron-like depression that forms following the evacuation of a magma chamber/reservoir in a supervolcano eruption.

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What does mean? Is quality entertainment. Someone here used to post about Sorcha Faal being a naval intelligence controlled op. Dunno. They are pretty doomy and super pro Russia. 

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Then Bill Clinton can only come visit my island if he behaves himself.And brings paw paw seedlings

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47 minutes ago, thedudeabides said:

Hmm what if deep horizon wasn't what we think? What if it was harvesting energy from a volcanic vent.

Makes you wonder. Tap into a well thats already hot. Dont have to worry about dealing with the off gases later?

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the fact that people can link Scorchy Fail articles with a straight face never ceases to amaze me :)

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