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Two separate investigations of ice drilled at Lake Vostok, a suspected body of subglacial water deep in the Antarctic interior, indicate that bacteria may live thousands of meters below the ice sheet. The findings by two National Science Foundation-funded researchers are scheduled for publication in the Dec. 10 issue of Science.
Two research teams, led by David M. Karl from the University of Hawaii and John C. Priscu of Montana State University, examined fragments of ice taken from roughly 3,600 meters (11,700 feet) below the surface -- about 120 meters (393 feet) above the interface of ice and suspected water.
Both teams found bacteria in "accreted" ice, or ice believed to be refrozen lake water. The teams conclude that a potentially large and diverse population of bacteria may be present in the lake. If so, this bacterium answers an intriguing scientific question about whether an extremely cold, dark environment which is cut off from a ready supply of nutrients can support life. 
Wordman at MC Madness News blogspot has unveiled some very interesting information. His blog begins with: March in the year 2001, and things are rumbling in the Antarctic. Lake Vostok, largest of Antarctica’s subglacial lakes, began exhibiting strange symptoms readily apparent to the scientific team at McMurdo Station: wild magnetic swings out of the blue, strange samples of heretofore unknown bacterial life.
And then things started getting really weird… From this report on the old Cyber space orbit site: “Approximately 300 miles from the South Pole there is a lake, a very large lake. It is Lake Vostok. It is also located over 3/4 mile beneath the Continental Ice Sheet.
The best photos of Lake Vostok are from space, where the outline is clearly visible. Current ice-penetrating radar studies indicate that the water is up to 2000 ft. deep in places, and has an over-arching dome up to 1/2 mile high. Estimates for filtered light at the lake surface indicate something like "continuous first morning light" during Antarctica's summer months. Thermograph imaging proposes an amazing 50-degree average water temperature with "hot spots" near 65 degrees.
This can only be attributed to subsurface geothermal heat sources. At 300 miles long, and 50 miles wide, the encapsulated atmosphere should have the ability to cleanse itself through interaction with the lake, and possibly... plant life. Also proposed as a possible route for atmospheric interaction with the lake's environment are what are being labeled "geothermal boils".
These are thousands of bubbles in the ice sheet located in some 200 sq. miles of "ice dunes" discovered by the late Russian scientist Ivan Toskovoi who was stationed at Vostok research base until his disappearance in March 2000. The surveyed bubbles range from a few to several hundred feet in diameter. Quite possibly just as exciting as all of the data related so far, is the discovery through Magnetic Imaging that there is an extremely powerful source of magnetic energy located at the North end of the lake's shoreline.
As of today, no one has suggested an explanation for the magnetic "anomaly.” As recently as February 2000, at least two international teams were planning separate probes of the lake. Both consisted of fairly similar robotic sensors that would have been lowered through shafts (to be drilled).
The team based at Cambridge University, London was sponsored by the UK and US governments, and backed by NASA technology. For reasons not clear, both programs have been shelved indefinitely, with NASA going so far as to deny any involvement, and both governments citing "environmental concerns". An independent source that visited Norway's research base some 150 miles to the East stated that a large amount of new equipment and personnel have been arriving at Russia's Vostok Station over the last six months.
This is interesting considering Russia's current financial situation. A final note is a verified dispatch out of Casey Station (Australia). The pair of women adventurers who were attempting to ski across the continent last month, and were extracted by plane during the last leg of their trip, did NOT request the intervention.
Over the protests of the Australian crew at Casey, the two were airlifted via an extraordinary 48-hour flight by a USN Special Forces team out of American Samoa. According to the dispatch the women were insistent on reporting something unusual they had seen. The latest news reports have the pair resting in "seclusion.” And this: “SPACE MAPPING MISSION OF ANTARCTICA ABORTED DUE TO NSA OVER-RIDE.
In a brief announcement recently, NASA and the JPL terminated all further study of Lake Vostok in S. Antarctica. In an apparent slip of confidentiality, spokeswoman Debra Shingteller alluded to "National Security Issues" allowing the NSA to assume full control of what had been an international effort to explore a huge, under-ice lake near the Russian Vostok research station.
Ms. Shingteller was immediately led away from the podium, and an aid responded to the many further questions with the same answer: "the project has been halted due to environmental issues", and that no further releases were pending. The large crowd of press corp. were left clamoring as the officials left the stage. Ms. Shingteller has not responded to repeated attempts at contact.” Let’s remember thriving at cold temps here, perhaps the native habitat?
Extremely relevant in light of what people like Dr. Jane Ruby, Karen Kingston, and Carrie Madej, have been finding in the most recent venom samples: 
Dr. Jane Ruby discovered hatching eggs; parasites birthed after injection into the body.  Then she tells us...
Ominous black discs (payload delivery system) are found in the J&J that seem to have microbubbles that when dried have black stringy streaks that break open, and then the discs start opening up and invading the host. 
Karen Kingston, a former Pfizer employee recently announced on the Stew Peters show that patens expose there are medical devices blended within the venom concoction. 
Kingston also reminds us the patent proves this venom platform is an obedience training platform. 
Dr. Carrie Madej recently released a FIRST LOOK at the Pfizer Vial Contents and announces on the Stew Peters show there are fresh water hydra found in the vials of the venom concoctions. She added the studies of J&J to the same findings of the Pfizer findings. These hydrae are biologically indestructible. You can cut it in many pieces, it will grow back; even if you put it in a blender.
Dr. Madej also notes the round spheres and describes them as a delivery structure. She saw the translucent parasite moving around and initially concluded these creatures were parasites. She also suggested these may be nanobots as well. She mentions, these creatures seem to form a web as they move around. Dr. Madej confirms these parasitic agents are alive once released from the discs. 
So, almost immediately after this cryptic Antarctic 2001 news broke a huge wave commenced of mysteriously dying microbiologists worldwide:
In the four-month period from Nov. 12 through Feb. 11 of 2002, seven world-class microbiologists in different parts of the world were reported dead. Six died of "unnatural" causes, while the cause of the seventh's death is questionable. Also on Nov. 12, DynCorp, a major government contractor for data processing, military operations and intelligence work, was awarded a $322 million contract to develop, produce and store venom for the Department of Defense.
DynCorp and Hadron, both defense contractors connected to classified research programs on communicable diseases, have also been linked to a software program known as PROMIS, which may have helped identify and target the victims. In the six weeks prior to Nov. 12, two additional foreign microbiologists were reported dead.