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There has been ALIEN CONTACT ever since the ANNUNAKI touched Terran ground ! (last big Annunaki contact was with the Sumerians)

Aliens have been amongst us since the beginning,
many species with many agenda's.
Aliens created ADAM ... and changed the DNA of previous existing lifeforms, and made a part of our DNA inactive [= what we now call junk-DNA]


Aliens play a VERY CLEAR role in our past and present !



TPTB are partly ALIEN bloodlines !


"FIRST CONTACT" will be a LIE and a HOAX !


xxx MzK

Absolutely right imo.

Not sure if the following will happen...just one option which may be out of date now.

Humans, or what passes for human in the black projects, have their own UFO's, so I understand, so these could be used for the much touted alien invasion...another false flag op.
The ETs that are directly interfering here can then arrive as "our saviours," something they apparently like to do.
The deceptions just go on and on.
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hmm, related? I know it's a long shot.

Thread: 31 Kuwaiti firms suspended for not posting results
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related? EU Naval forces attack Somali pirates.

Thread: Breaking! EU carries out first strikes on Somali pirates, May 15.
 Quoting: Digital mix guy


Definitely. Well spotted.
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Gulf of Aden !


Remember when riots started? Yahoo posted a few hours ago that US may be freezing assets to boost Yemen transition and that isn't all the article said.

Washington has stepped up its drone attacks in Yemen since President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi took office in February amid an al Qaeda-fuelled rebellion in the south, and the Pentagon said this week it had recently resumed sending military trainers into the Gulf Arab country.

Washington backed a power transfer plan that made Hadi the successor to President Ali Abdullah Saleh after a year of mass protests which coincided with a split in the army ]that threatened to erupt into civil war.


[link to news.yahoo.com]
 Quoting: Isis7


Yes this is all about the Gulf Of Aden ...
probably becoz of the assumed "GATE" [stargate] that is below the ocean waters.

There could be reasons for it to believe its true,
We all know that life around hydrothermal vents is divers and surprising and flourishing. Earlier in this thread we made the connection between the vents and the presence of gold-particles in the water,
just like land-vulcano's vent gold-particles in the air and atmosphere with their ashes. (Just like colloidal gold [and silver] is healthy to our system.)
This was then linked to AUgie.
AUgie was believed to be a "healing"/"helper"-organism, comparable with lymphatic fluid in our body's.


Now, on WIKI we read :
World Heritage sites
The latest addition to Yemen’s list of World Heritage Sites is the Socotra Archipelago. Mentioned by Marco Polo in the 13th century, this remote and isolated archipelago consists of four islands and two rocky islets delineating the southern limit of the Gulf of Aden. The site has a rich biodiversity. Nowhere else in the world do 37% of Socotra’s 825 plants, 90% of its reptiles and 95% of its snails occur. It is home to 192 bird species, 253 species of coral, 730 species of coastal fish, and 300 species of crab and lobster, as well as a range of Aloes and the Dragon’s Blood Tree (Dracaena cinnabari). The cultural heritage of Socotra includes the unique Soqotri language.


There can only be such a rich biodiversity if there is a rich and healthy SOURCE !
That "source" might well be an energetic and magnetic oasis, with crystals or liquid crystal modules, or liquid gold-crystal modules ... ancient technology ... a stargate ...

There have been strange oceanic swirls [magnetic vortex] documented in the waters ofcoast Yemen !
And sended naval force to the area (subs and military fleets) ... "just to bhoo-off some primitive Somalia pirates" ... lol.. yeah right !
We have discused it here more then once.


Snip of info about back then :
Earthquakes of substantial intensity have been swarming in the gulf of Aden off the coast of Yemen the past 36 hours. The map below (which updates itself-more showing up now) showed 43 earthquakes the first 36 hours, and the report below lists the worldwide activity, showing how much is concentrated in that area.

This is not the first time there have been anomolies reported in the area.

(February reports: source MARK HUBER) In the Gulf of Aden, off the coast of Yemen, over 300 Naval vessels from friends and foes alike are circled around a deep seabed-embedded StarGate that has activated out over the waters .... [= magnetic vortex]

Now, this sounds like CRAZY TALK, but place this alongside corporate media propaganda of Somali pirates near Yemen to keep 'You The People' out of the area and and you have 'quite a story' concerning the forthcoming Alien Disclosure Project or whatever this forthcoming global False Flag Operation actually is.



I found a vid talking about that Naval activity and this magnetical vortex :




Again Where the "Gold" is and the "Gate" is there is a DRAGON ! (Also with The Garden of the Hesperides and the tree of immortality-giving golden apples.)


Dracaena cinnabari, the Socotra Dragon Tree or Dragon Blood Tree [link to en.wikipedia.org]
The trees can be harvested for their crimson red resin, called Dragon's blood which was highly prized in the ancient world and is still used today. Around the Mediterranean basin it is used as a dye and as a medicine, Socotrans use it ornamentally as well as dying wool, gluing pottery, a breath freshener and lipstick. Because of the belief that it is the blood of the dragon it is also used in ritual magic and alchemy.

The local inhabitants of the city in the Socotra Island use the Dragon's blood resin as a cure-all. They use it in general wound healing, as a coagulant, cure for diarrhea, for dysentery diseases, for lowering fevers. It is also taken for ulcers in the mouth, throat, intestines and stomach.


Now THINK about a few things :
-> the disease symptoms COREXIT gives ... !!!!

-> The myth of the 13th sign
Ophiuchus [link to en.wikipedia.org] & the healer Asclepius (who learned the secrets of keeping death at bay after observing one serpent bringing another healing herbs. To prevent the entire human race from becoming immortal under Asclepius' care, Zeus killed him with a bolt of lightning) [link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to www.worthpoint.com]


Socotra and the Aden magnetic vortex/stargate are very close to each other ! See ---> [link to www.flickr.com]



Doesnt this perfectly overlap ?



xxxMzK
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There has been ALIEN CONTACT ever since the ANNUNAKI touched Terran ground ! (last big Annunaki contact was with the Sumerians)

Aliens have been amongst us since the beginning,
many species with many agenda's.
Aliens created ADAM ... and changed the DNA of previous existing lifeforms, and made a part of our DNA inactive [= what we now call junk-DNA]


Aliens play a VERY CLEAR role in our past and present !



TPTB are partly ALIEN bloodlines !


"FIRST CONTACT" will be a LIE and a HOAX !


xxx MzK
 Quoting: krispy71



Absolutely right imo.

Not sure if the following will happen...just one option which may be out of date now.

Humans, or what passes for human in the black projects, have their own UFO's, so I understand, so these could be used for the much touted alien invasion...another false flag op.
The ETs that are directly interfering here can then arrive as "our saviours," something they apparently like to do.
The deceptions just go on and on.
 Quoting: Cosmos5491 16159394


Yes Cosmos ;)
That is indeed a "scene" they (TPTB) want to use. In that way they (TPTB/specific ET's) stay the Dominators.... oops I mean "saviors" lol ...
Yeah right !
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MONUMENTAL SOLAR SYSTEM CHANGES: Magnetic Storms Spotted on Planet Venus - Despite Having no Magnetized Field of its Own?!

"When magnetic fields of opposite polarity collide and merge, they unleash a torrent of energy. The process, known as magnetic reconnection, can cause flares on the Sun and magnetic storms and shimmering auroras on magnetized planets with substantial atmospheres, such as Earth, Jupiter and Saturn.

Now scientists have discovered that magnetic reconnection also happens on Venus, a planet with no intrinsic magnetic field. The finding, reported today in Science, suggests that magnetic reconnection may generate auroras on Venus, and could have contributed to the loss of a thick, water-rich atmosphere that scientists believe surrounded the planet during its early history, some 4 billion years ago. The discovery suggests that explosive magnetic activity is likely to be a common feature of planets everywhere, says study author Tielong Zhang, a planetary scientist at the Space Research Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Graz. Magnetic storms on planets outside our Solar System, known as exoplanets, might occasionally generate radio signals that are strong enough to be detected from Earth, other researchers suggest. Zhang and his colleagues analyzed data from the European Space Agency's Venus Express spacecraft, which has been in orbit around the planet since 2006. Their aim was to find the signal of magnetic reconnection in Venus's magnetotail, the comet-like tail that forms on the side of the planet facing away from the Sun when the magnetic field carried by charged particles in the solar wind passes around the planet. The data revealed a looped, magnetic structure called a plasmoid in Venus's magnetotail, similar to an eddy created by a rock in a stream. This "is a strong indication of magnetic reconnection", Zhang says, because it is known to be a sign of the phenomenon on other planets.

On a planet such as Earth, the tension between the opposing poles of the magnetic field aids reconnection. The discovery that Venus has magnetic storms too shows that, even without such a field, a planet can act as an anchor that helps the solar wind to reconnect with itself, says astronomer Jonathan Nichols of the University of Leicester, UK. The study indicates that magnetic reconnection "is an active process around more cosmic bodies than previously thought", whether or not they have their own field, Nichols says. A similar kind of reconnection, governed by the solar wind's magnetic field, is thought to occur in the tails of comets. Reconnection sometimes causes the tails to snap off and fly into space, as seen in 2007 with Comet Encke. In that respect, "Venus behaves like a big comet", with reconnection lofting charged particles from the planet's atmosphere into space, says astronomer Philippe Zarka of the Paris Observatory in Meudon, France. Just as the solar wind erodes a comet's tail, it may have also gradually detached molecules, such as water, from Venus's atmosphere. Zarka suspects that for planets outside the Solar System, only those with their own magnetic fields might produce energy bursts strong enough to be detected across interstellar distances of tens to hundreds of light years. New radio telescopes, such as the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR) in the Netherlands, might be able to pick up the strongest exoplanet radio emissions, says Nichols. If such detections were successful, it would provide a new way to search for exoplanets. - Scientific American. "


[link to thecelestialconvergence.blogspot.co.uk]




This kind of ties in to what I'm suggesting.

I also read the term 'reconnection' very differently to the scientists using it in the article above.
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Republicans to Navy: Stop buying biofuels

The average member of the military may not know the difference between fossil fuels and modern, sustainable biofuel, but when it comes to financing such transitions, governmental budgets and the overall economy of a country can feel the pinch.

In the U.S. military, a number of vehicles have been tested and modified to support biofuels — from the use of sugarcane to algae and animal waste. However, the cost of producing and transporting such fuel in comparison to standard oil can resort in exponential expenditure.

As Wired notes, the costs in this highly experimental industry are coming down gradually, as biofuel production structures and full-scale production areas are put in place. However, as one example highlights, the cost in relative terms is still extremely high. The Navy is paying approximately $12 million to purchase 450,000 gallons of biofuel to power a carrier strike group in Hawaii, which works out at $26.6-per-gallon. Compare this to $2.50 a gallon for petroleum, and the problem is obvious.

The service plans to spend $300 million on alternative fuels over the next five years, and spent $17 billion on oil alone last year. In the midst of a fragile economy, keeping the transition going to use more expensive energy sources may not be the best financial option.

However, making the decision to move towards sustainable sources — especially as it costs organisations like the military millions whenever petroleum raises slightly in price — will offer a return, just not in the short-term.

The airline industry is another user of biofuels and will be one of the largest consumers in the future. Honeywell’s Jim Rekoske, whose company last year launched the first transatlantic flight which used a 50-50 blend of petroleum and biofuel said:


“We are at the infancy of advanced biofuels. We are still very early in that maturity curve and we need to make sure we understand that. We will get there. We will move down on the cost scale, but it’s going to take time and it takes further investment.”

However, there may be a spanner in the works when it comes to organisations using such fuel — especially if they are government-ran instead of private corporations. The problem is, when the main consumer bodies are restricted, the development and research of such fuels will be limited as a result.

Congressional Republicans have voted to effectively ban the military from purchasing a number of biofuels, in order to limit operational costs. The panel voted this month to prevent the military from either making or purchasing biofuel that costs more than “traditional fossil fuel” — effectively barring them from the use of any type of new, experimental sustainable energy source.

As petroleum-based fuels, even with their ever-increasing rises in price will always be cheaper since the small, alternative market could never hope to compete, the military have now effectively had their wings clipped. It is a standard that biofuels cannot support — and so furthering research in the field will suffer as a result.

Committee Republicans, including Rep. Randy Forbes, insist that while sustainable energy is important, other issues have to take priority. Forbes said earlier this year:


“Now, look, I love green energy. It’s a matter of priorities. I understand that alternative fuels may help our guys in the field, but wouldn’t you agree that the thing they’d be more concerned about is having more ships, more planes, more prepositioned stocks?”

If the voted measure becomes law, then this arguably over-simplistic view has the potential to suffocate the already small biofuel industry — scuppering research, which will lead to stalling in cost-cutting and being able to maintain industries that require vast amounts of fuel in the future.

[link to www.smartplanet.com]



So what is this article saying? (beneath the article I mean)

Navy is investing in bio fuels -

1/. 'cos they know other fuels will become useless/contaminated
2/. 'cos they are investing in the GoM algae production plant, and are there for complicit in the Bezerk mess.

US Govt' are telling them to stop -

1/. 'cos they dont want one of the biggest fuel users to move away fom big oil and the economy, which is driven by oil
2/. their alegance is demonstrated by this request.

Interesting article, and dilemma.
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TX Roc'.
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Possible proof for Gaia theory.

[link to www.sciencedaily.com]
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Republicans to Navy: Stop buying biofuels

>>snipped<<

[link to www.smartplanet.com]



So what is this article saying? (beneath the article I mean)

Navy is investing in bio fuels -

1/. 'cos they know other fuels will become useless/contaminated
2/. 'cos they are investing in the GoM algae production plant, and are there for complicit in the Bezerk mess.

US Govt' are telling them to stop -

1/. 'cos they dont want one of the biggest fuel users to move away fom big oil and the economy, which is driven by oil
2/. their alegance is demonstrated by this request.

Interesting article, and dilemma.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Very good put BHD ;)
Tnx !
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the sun is a living self replicating machine it is our source and is evolving as we are 2
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Yes I agree,
we are linked to the Sun and She to us !
We are all part in a/of a grander biosphere , bio-organism ...

The true nature of our Sun is yet a mystery to science.
We are all entangled.
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yea to that K
it minded me of something you posted of M Cotterell couple of pages back
Iv'e just read his recent work "FutureScience" if you've not read,
would recommend you check his site mauricecotterell.com you will find all diagrams and brief discriptions for said science.
Hope this is not O.T but you will understand it came synchronistic for me:)
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Solar eclipse,20 May 2012,The Darkness Time will start!!!


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Easter Island Statues Have Full Bodies and Glyths!! Encoded Star Maps of Human Origins (HD)
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- as always, love your work!! Very cool stuff Isis.

Dig, dig, dig, dig!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So, do you reckon they were buried like that? or slowly sank/were covered?

Gonna hunt around that site they show at the end.

Do you remember ages ago I started a thread about repairing the pyramids?
The basic flavour was that we are so precious about keeping ruins, well... ruins, rather than preserving them for another thousand years.

Same applies to these statues. Digging has devulged so much more, the tip of the proverbial iceberg!

I love that one with the belly. ( hmmm, maybe I am relating to it? LOL!!)

hf


PS - this should be all over the web? I wonder why it isnt? Where is Erich? Why doesnt he have a spade in hand? Where is Big Hair Man? Where is Indi? (H-Childress)


PPS - the music makes me wanna watch BattleStar Galactica all over again. But I dont know if I'm up to it emotionally. I bawled my eyes out for hours on the last few episodes, esp. the final.

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Some Encouraging Words For The Pleiades Alignment
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The Magick Of Planetary Alignments On Human Consciousness
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Wow so it begins..
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- as always, love your work!! Very cool stuff Isis.

Dig, dig, dig, dig!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So, do you reckon they were buried like that? or slowly sank/were covered?

Gonna hunt around that site they show at the end.

Do you remember ages ago I started a thread about repairing the pyramids?
The basic flavour was that we are so precious about keeping ruins, well... ruins, rather than preserving them for another thousand years.

Same applies to these statues. Digging has devulged so much more, the tip of the proverbial iceberg!

I love that one with the belly. ( hmmm, maybe I am relating to it? LOL!!)

hf


PS - this should be all over the web? I wonder why it isnt? Where is Erich? Why doesnt he have a spade in hand? Where is Big Hair Man? Where is Indi? (H-Childress)


PPS - the music makes me wanna watch BattleStar Galactica all over again. But I dont know if I'm up to it emotionally. I bawled my eyes out for hours on the last few episodes, esp. the final.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


hmmm

The heads are in "air" element, the remaining body is in "earth" element.
I agree we must dig, dig, dig to comprehend.

The Mental and Physical, gotta be a powerful message there. And they are all looking over the horizon... possibly to the sky wouldn't you say?

I believe for the most part we should not tamper/repair some things least we mar the message they represent. And there needs to be records of them in depth with pictures or copies so that natural aging doesn't damage our ability to understand them. The pyramid is a particular case as it differs greatly from most other relics, and may possible have been built for use in the future (maybe our present).

Thanks for the compliment BHD, this is why I love the bezerk thread where we can share our concepts and discuss them, share news, and share what we have dug up that has been buried (occulted sometime right in front of our face) for so long it is nearly forgotten.

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I havent seen the vids yet, but just want to comment Isis.

'The magic of planetary alignments on Human conciousnes'

What a title.

Humour me, but you knoiw I dig the whole connection with our world. All the as above, so below stuff, and I believe that in terms of conciousness too. Ours is hers, which is why we are always going to be linked.

So if planets are concious, then they would have a measure of conversation between themselves, and Stars too.

An extra terrestrial monitoring what comes out of human's mouths would measure a wave signal. Maybe he would surmise that the differing waves might be communication. Doubtful, he would recognise the language or words.

We are the same with animals and plants, and if you believe in living planets, then we dont decypher their language either.

So how would they talk? Maybe as wavelengths, maybe as plasma burts, or magnetic bursts.

So, an alignment of planets might be a great way to share a conversation with other worlds, some acros the galaxy.

And by respect of us being one with the planet, then we share that conversation with the inhabbitants of those worlds also.

That was the basis for my 6 pole argument, that Earth and what ever was on the other side of the Sun, was allowing a flow of electrons, magnetism, and what ever else, as we swing by. That would flow to everything on the planet too.

So having said all that, I'll watch the vids now!!! LOL
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- as always, love your work!! Very cool stuff Isis.

Dig, dig, dig, dig!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So, do you reckon they were buried like that? or slowly sank/were covered?

Gonna hunt around that site they show at the end.

Do you remember ages ago I started a thread about repairing the pyramids?
The basic flavour was that we are so precious about keeping ruins, well... ruins, rather than preserving them for another thousand years.

Same applies to these statues. Digging has devulged so much more, the tip of the proverbial iceberg!

I love that one with the belly. ( hmmm, maybe I am relating to it? LOL!!)

hf


PS - this should be all over the web? I wonder why it isnt? Where is Erich? Why doesnt he have a spade in hand? Where is Big Hair Man? Where is Indi? (H-Childress)


PPS - the music makes me wanna watch BattleStar Galactica all over again. But I dont know if I'm up to it emotionally. I bawled my eyes out for hours on the last few episodes, esp. the final.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


hmmm

The heads are in "air" element, the remaining body is in "earth" element.
I agree we must dig, dig, dig to comprehend.

The Mental and Physical, gotta be a powerful message there. And they are all looking over the horizon... possibly to the sky wouldn't you say?

I believe for the most part we should not tamper/repair some things least we mar the message they represent. And there needs to be records of them in depth with pictures or copies so that natural aging doesn't damage our ability to understand them. The pyramid is a particular case as it differs greatly from most other relics, and may possible have been built for use in the future (maybe our present).

Thanks for the compliment BHD, this is why I love the bezerk thread where we can share our concepts and discuss them, share news, and share what we have dug up that has been buried (occulted sometime right in front of our face) for so long it is nearly forgotten.

hugs
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HHHwwwwowwww! I didnt see the relation to heads in the air, body's in the Earth. Man you are one cool chica! Very wise.

Re the pyramid, if it is intended for a future event. Shouldnt we learn what it is then fix it?

Man pulled it a part to make Cairo, so why not bring it to its former glory. It might even turn on with the right batteries in the sarcofecus!!LOL
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- this is a really long page.
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MICROBES and CLAY !!!
Japan ...
... and ? AUgie ? ...



Buried microbes exist at limit between life and death
[link to www.newscientist.com]


SNIPS

the microbes deep beneath the Pacific ocean take inactivity to new heights. They are so slow on the uptake of nutrients from their environment that they barely classify as alive. Their very existence could help define the limit between life and death.
Paradoxically, though, they may also be among the oldest living organisms on Earth.

The clay just 30 metres below the seafloor was deposited 86 million years ago, almost 20 million years before Tyrannosaurus rex graced the Earth.
That clay contains so little energy in the form of nutrients that it should be incapable of supporting a living community.

... Røy's team found that carbon is so limited that the cells respire oxygen 10,000 times slower than bacteria in lab-grown cultures.
... the metabolic rates so low, that the nutrient levels probably represent the bare minimum required to keep cellular enzymes and DNA working.

Yuki Morono at the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology in Nankoku, Japan, recently studied similar low-energy microbial communities below the Pacific seafloor near Japan. Under a microscope, he says, the microbes show few signs of life. "They appear to be dead by our time scale." ... "Their lives are just very slow compared with ours," he says.

Because of their remarkably slow metabolic rates, individual cells may have extremely long life spans, says Røy. The cells Morono's team examined looked intact, yet it would take each of them hundreds or thousands of years to generate enough energy to go through cell division and produce daughter cells. That means some of Morono's cells could be thousands of years old.

Røy says his cells could be older still. Elsewhere on Earth, life is primarily concerned with building up enough energy to fuel reproduction. In extremely energy-poor communities, though, reproduction makes less sense because it creates new rivals that also need to feed. "If you can just barely meet your energy requirement, then it is suicide to divide into two," he says. He thinks it makes more sense for the cells to use the energy they gather to repair cellular molecules that have been damaged over centuries of use instead of fuelling cell division.

... "It is safe to say that we do not know anything about the adaptations to low energy life that these organisms might have – only the thermodynamic limits which constrains them."


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I agree we must dig, dig, dig to comprehend.

Just know that when I said that statement that I was in no way endorsing drilling, fracking, etc., anything damaging. We need to respect the earth.

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O my God, that's so 2011!

For your information: most of us had that link too.

Nothing cute, nothing fancy.
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