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Did you ever shit yourself in public? General question here, feel free to reply anyone...

I never did but damn would that be funny to see someone else shit themselves. Especially if they were far away from home like on a road trip or something. Ewww could you imagine working at that Wal-Mart when someone came in all wet and brown in the butt and bought underwear and shorts?? I wouldn't be able to contain myself.

Poop stinks. Wonder why.. Is it getting stinkier or fresher the more we "evolve"? Was a caveman's shit this rank? Enquiring minds need to know!
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Please excuse that brief interuption. Now to get back on topic: This is, I believe, the second of a series of 7 such tunnel complexes. I first came across this information quite a while ago at Wingmakers dot com. That site is full of this type of info. If you like this subject, it goes back to the beginning of the discoveries of these tunnels. The first one was in the US southwest, and a special branch of the NSA was set up to investigate it.
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Update:

Thread: Unfortunately what we warned about appears to be happening — Methane from deep below giant sinkhole is now surfacing in community (VIDEO)


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Hi folks :)

Thank for your nice comments on my other thread hf

I lurked on this thread on and off last year but I admit I was a little scared posting on here :)

Any questions you have I'd be happy to answer.
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Never ever be scared posting here,
specially when you have such a nice outta-tha-box viewpoint :D

Happy to have met !


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Please excuse that brief interuption. Now to get back on topic: This is, I believe, the second of a series of 7 such tunnel complexes. I first came across this information quite a while ago at Wingmakers dot com. That site is full of this type of info. If you like this subject, it goes back to the beginning of the discoveries of these tunnels. The first one was in the US southwest, and a special branch of the NSA was set up to investigate it.
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Sevens ... gotta love those 7's ....
lol


Sure They are where the fish are,
special forces for special projects.

Tnx for posting AC Fiji.


xxK
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email on its way. its quite big let me know if it arrives. Thanks
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sorry that above is for BHD
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fwiw,

Visited the famous DeKalb Farmer's Market in Atlanta today. This market offers choices from more than 500 cheeses from around the world, an enormous selection of imported vegetables alongside local produce, a huge meat market including buffalo and goat, and an extra-ordinary fish market with selections of fresh and frozen fish and shellfish from the earth's waters.

Most amazing, in this large, very Southern city, is the huge bank of cashiers who speak to customers in languages I've never known about. There appeared to be more than 50 check-out clerks with each fluent in a particular language or dialect. No pictures or videos are allowed to be taken inside the market or in the very large room utilized as checkout.

It's been a couple years since I've been to the DeKalb Market. Noticeably different is the selection of fish and shellfish. Much of the fish is now from Brazil or Costa Rica. Did not see anything from the northern pacific area. Only a couple of species from Florida, one being "Moon" fish. The only thing I saw from the GOM was good looking, large shrimp. That is all. Amazing, since the GOM was once a major source of fish for us at this market. There was lobster from Maine and a couple types of fish from "Virginia." Didn't see anything noted being from the Atlantic.

I could have missed some species because the market is large.
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Thanks for taking the time to write that. Real time, on the ground reports and info is so hard to come by.

If I ever go to the States, I'd love to visit this place.
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The DeKalb Farmer's Market pales in number of people served when compared to The Varsity Drive-In in Atlanta. The original drive-in at Georgia Tech is the worlds largest drive-in at "more than two acres and can accommodate 600 cars and over 800 people inside," serves around 10,000 people a day, double or triple that on game days at Georgia Tech, handing over "two miles of hot dogs, a ton of onions, 2500 pounds of potatoes, 5000 fried pies and 300 gallons of chili... daily."

[link to www.slashfood.com]

I am going somewhere with these somewhat off-topic posts. Both these food businesses are modern icons of a fully-developed Southern culture unique in the world (as far as I know.)
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It's funny you mention that last bit. I got the distinct impression you were hinting at the 'wierdness' and bizare variety of food stuffs in relation to 'special' customers who live in the area. Kinda like an MIB designated market.

Amright? (or are you still not keen on the alien idea?)
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Only making a simple attempt to convey to others something of the US Southern culture, which is a mixed bag. No, there is no weirdness being suggested here, certainly not the type from the bar scene of Star Wars.

Aliens don't fly here. Ours is the land of Voo Doo, snake handlers and those who speak in tongues. Guys sitting in cubicles at Pine Gap don't get that, and neither do the Mi5 who attempt to chat using US street slang.
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Please excuse that brief interuption. Now to get back on topic: This is, I believe, the second of a series of 7 such tunnel complexes. I first came across this information quite a while ago at Wingmakers dot com. That site is full of this type of info. If you like this subject, it goes back to the beginning of the discoveries of these tunnels. The first one was in the US southwest, and a special branch of the NSA was set up to investigate it.
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After invading Iraq, for the second time, The US immediately built an air base on the site of the ancient city of UR. Likely, such site is an entrance to the underground.
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sorry that above is for BHD
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Yay! hf A side from flying over.... I've been trying every which way to get a hold of ya!

Last Edited by BadHairDay on 05/03/2013 09:30 PM
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Thereafter, the Egyptians built the high, stone wall around the pyramid complex near Cairo to limit access. Makes it appear that there is another entrance in that complex that is intended to be kept hidden.
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The Bane Train only allows to me to stop over occasionally.
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fwiw,

Visited the famous DeKalb Farmer's Market in Atlanta today. This market offers choices from more than 500 cheeses from around the world, an enormous selection of imported vegetables alongside local produce, a huge meat market including buffalo and goat, and an extra-ordinary fish market with selections of fresh and frozen fish and shellfish from the earth's waters.

Most amazing, in this large, very Southern city, is the huge bank of cashiers who speak to customers in languages I've never known about. There appeared to be more than 50 check-out clerks with each fluent in a particular language or dialect. No pictures or videos are allowed to be taken inside the market or in the very large room utilized as checkout.

It's been a couple years since I've been to the DeKalb Market. Noticeably different is the selection of fish and shellfish. Much of the fish is now from Brazil or Costa Rica. Did not see anything from the northern pacific area. Only a couple of species from Florida, one being "Moon" fish. The only thing I saw from the GOM was good looking, large shrimp. That is all. Amazing, since the GOM was once a major source of fish for us at this market. There was lobster from Maine and a couple types of fish from "Virginia." Didn't see anything noted being from the Atlantic.

I could have missed some species because the market is large.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38937668


Thanks for taking the time to write that. Real time, on the ground reports and info is so hard to come by.

If I ever go to the States, I'd love to visit this place.
 Quoting: BadHairDay



The DeKalb Farmer's Market pales in number of people served when compared to The Varsity Drive-In in Atlanta. The original drive-in at Georgia Tech is the worlds largest drive-in at "more than two acres and can accommodate 600 cars and over 800 people inside," serves around 10,000 people a day, double or triple that on game days at Georgia Tech, handing over "two miles of hot dogs, a ton of onions, 2500 pounds of potatoes, 5000 fried pies and 300 gallons of chili... daily."

[link to www.slashfood.com]

I am going somewhere with these somewhat off-topic posts. Both these food businesses are modern icons of a fully-developed Southern culture unique in the world (as far as I know.)
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It's funny you mention that last bit. I got the distinct impression you were hinting at the 'wierdness' and bizare variety of food stuffs in relation to 'special' customers who live in the area. Kinda like an MIB designated market.

Amright? (or are you still not keen on the alien idea?)
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Only making a simple attempt to convey to others something of the US Southern culture, which is a mixed bag. No, there is no weirdness being suggested here, certainly not the type from the bar scene of Star Wars.

Aliens don't fly here. Ours is the land of Voo Doo, snake handlers and those who speak in tongues. Guys sitting in cubicles at Pine Gap don't get that, and neither do the Mi5 who attempt to chat using US street slang.
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Cant speak for the blokes in Pine Gap, but there certainly are strange energies at play in the Southern states, and many uniquely tuned in to see, feel and work with em.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Ehem... is the 4th here today. So I just have to say it...





MAY the 4th be with you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL
It's all about the 'vibe'
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And with you.
Still around can not do with out my weekly dose of Bezerk.
Have you looked at the bouys south of Tassie, seems to be doing some strange things, could be one of those nasty southern storms or could be the ocean floor going bezerk.
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I remember someone posting about an archeological discovery near Baghdad in the last couple if years but then stone silence. Saddam spent over 100 millions dollars before this rebuilding Babylon. I am sure the two are connected somehow and probably tie into my other thread.

It's the portal story that peaks my interest because saddam appeared to be fixated by it (3 wise men came through with an unexpected 4th person).
Be the change you want the World to be. Be someone that makes you happy.
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Is this the portal in the Gulf of Aden?
It's all about the 'vibe'
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hi


[link to youtu.be]


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Dayum! You peeps have certainly picked up the pace! Six pages! I sorta had a feeling I should have checked in earlier, but current events had me captured. So, let’s see if I can catch up with a few replies.

@ Rastus Flaming Sword - So lovely to see you here, my dear. We miss hearing from you. Keepin’ it real has always been your forte. I will pass on your good wishes to my bro’s mate. He’ll be blowing through acres of aloe vera before he’s done....or a gallon or two of lavender essential oil.

@PPI - Target this, Dude, once again, your assumptions have missed the mark by a mile. To save you any more strain on your imagination, allow me to give you an abbreviated history of my french kissing, after which I would recommend a nice steaming hot mug of STFU.
1. Elvis Presley gave me my 1st when I was 12.
2. My sexy husband gives me way more than my daily requirement.
3. Haven’t had a sexy girl kiss in several decades - can’t even remember her name.
Oh yeah it’s telomerase, not tolemerase. You’re welcome. BTW, an energetic healing modality, Theta Healing, claims to heal/rebuild telomerase. [link to www.thetahealing.com]

@ Ahimsa - Aloha Baybee! Got an update for me? Perkin’, eh? Izzat what they are callin’ it nowadays? A tee and a hee.

@Southern Light - re:your reply to MzK’s “smelly fingers” remark: NAILED it BEAUTIFULLY, Seastar!

@BHD - Are you absolutely sure that oil carries a negative frequency? I never quite grasped your reasoning on that. Methylhydrate is cold, fersure, at depth, but does it retain that crystaline structure after it warms up? Do the oil & water separate when warmed? There’s a reason I never tackled chemistry in school - duh.
The fourth is always with you, Kolohe.

@U3 - got me all riled up with the tunnels and caves - LOVE this stuff!

@MzK - You on a roll Hunnee! Thanks for that HD blast from the past.

@Isis7 - Can you believe the unmitigated arrogance of those idjits trying to control a salt dome collapse? I can hardly keep up with the developments in Bayou Corne, things are moving so fast. Finally convinced my bro to gtf outta there.

See y’all later - errands call. Great work, Bezerkers! Carry on.

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@ TuTu...Elvis huh...you go girl...literally...hf

@ eoe (everyone else)...The cave system is very extensive in the US with many routes...Submarine access from many points including the GOM and the west coast...with a secret base in Nevada...others in Canada and Alaska...it is said to connect the world underground...

Most military bases are built above subterranean access points...Some say Carlsbad Caverns is an access point but I think it is what it is, a cave...However across the mountains is White Sands and it is most likely a subterranean access point...

Cz

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hi Tutu, Czar, and all bezerkers :)

There is something this way comes ...


[link to youtu.be]

Star of Bethlehem same as Comet ISON? 5 BC Oh my, just saw on some info I was checking that Syria had an earthquake in 5 BC, wonder if there is a connection...

(perhaps there is more to this than we realize. What about that pyramid type thingy they found in South America with the star stuff and ancient symbols on the bottom. Didn't someone indicate something about Son/Sun) hmm

and in case you missed this, at least check out his video/s...

[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

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Likely that the airport at Denver is connected to the subterranean access points.
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Likely that the airport at Denver is connected to the subterranean access points.
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I believe that Denver is the "hub" for the NA continent...

And that the airport is a big part of it...What better place to have a subterranean complex than under the largest Mountains in the country...

Most access points are located near large mountain ranges for security purposes...Harder to blow up a mountain than a door...

Cz
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"Denver is nicknamed the Mile-High City because its official elevation is exactly one mile or 5,280 feet (1,609.344 m) above sea level," per Wiki.

There is something about underground areas which are reached by way of high mountains/altitudes. May be something similar underwater. Please recall the submarine in the GOM reported to be diving faster and deeper than any other and then it disappeared.
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Noteworthy that I haven't been allowed to post referencing a movie about visiting a cave in the mountains of Peru.
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Thread: OMG: CA WILDFIRE IS REALLY A VOLCANO: PROOF- PROOF ON PAGE 7!!!!

A California poster thinks the wildfire is sourced from a volcano, and

Israel appears to have just hit Damascus with a tactical nuke.

The Southeast of the US is not alone with life-threatening problems.
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@ TuTu...Elvis huh...you go girl...literally...hf

@ eoe (everyone else)...The cave system is very extensive in the US with many routes...Submarine access from many points including the GOM and the west coast...with a secret base in Nevada...others in Canada and Alaska...it is said to connect the world underground...

Most military bases are built above subterranean access points...Some say Carlsbad Caverns is an access point but I think it is what it is, a cave...However across the mountains is White Sands and it is most likely a subterranean access point...

Cz

rockon
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Hey Czar! Long time - hope you are well and happy. Yes, Elvis was a hard standard to meet for the juicy lip factor. Lucky for me, my hubby surpasses that standard.

Not only the military bases, but military contractor locations as well. I remember hearing a lot of underground noise out by the Skunkworks near Palmdale CA...of course, that's right next door to Edwards AFB. Y'know what else I saw at Edwards decades ago? Chemtrail aircraft. This was back before Carnicom's time, when the only guy looking into chemtrails was Will Thomas...late 90s. My, how time flies when you are having fun.
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b]So what would happen if the conditions changed and we were able to participate in such a way that we end up with One leg here and Two Elsewhere? Who would be in control of what then.?

There are plenty of articles when you ggle Telemeres, telomerase, quantum ,thought, endless cells etc. I am currently trying to put it all together with what I know. There is lots of promise that what we ought to be focusing on is Thought Enhancement.



Sorry, hit the wrong button in my excitement.

Monatom, you have hit the jackpot, my dear man! This is the key!
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I have MANY experiences in my repertoire.
I have seen MANY miracles and also know what it is to operate in multiple dimensions and with big crowds. I have even been ridiculed by the media until I Challenged them to be present in a big meeting of 500 people. I called for the reporter and photographer to stand next to me. They were intent on a follow up article to take me down, However what they saw and photographed made them print a favourable in the flavour of "We couldn't believe what we saw but we saw it".

I know the key was Imagination with Emotion. I can tell you from experience that it works miracles.
 Quoting: Monatom 1132641


I have a uestion.

Does anyone understand what TEE means? The definition that I gave?

A really nice explanation of Telomerase.........
In regards TEE think T
TEE TEE think TT
TTAGGG......................
[link to www.aschoonerofscience.com]
hope this helps housedad
...this may be used in the future in order to formulate ANTIAGING remedies!!
 Quoting: childoflight



Telomerase (TEE-LÓM-ER-ACE) (TEE?)




Here is an excellent Power Point Presentation

[link to www.google.com.au]
 Quoting: Monatom 1132641


~ quoting Housedad ~


Quantum Tolemerase Enzyme Enhancement. OR: Quantum T.E.E.

Biologically or Broadcast
Ecrypted or Enabled
Zero
Energy or Evidence
Reprogramming OF)
Kinases

SOMETHING went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Yes as many things, TEE has more meanings :)
As I said before : Housedad rocked for finding out that acronym !!!
rockon


AUgie is related and connected in this quantum biological TEE-proces.
Gold - melanin/melatonin - telomerase/DNA-RNA - plasma ... chain of events.

Imo, AUgie was made by the AU-rigional Earth Race, to help RE-PAIR the changes made to our DNA/RNA by the aliens from TEE,
AUgie would help restore tolemerase ability, so that we as a symbiotic organism with GAIA would be able to enhance and repair what was manipulated and blocked.

The 'quantum'-part is that AUgie works on ALL LEVELS and all states, which is much furter then any of our science (or that of the Annunaki) can understand and reach.


xx k
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Dayum! You peeps have certainly picked up the pace! Six pages! I sorta had a feeling I should have checked in earlier, but current events had me captured. So, let’s see if I can catch up with a few replies.

<SNIP>.

@PPI - Target this, Dude, once again, your assumptions have missed the mark by a mile. To save you any more strain on your imagination, allow me to give you an abbreviated history of my french kissing, after which I would recommend a nice steaming hot mug of STFU.
1. Elvis Presley gave me my 1st when I was 12.
2. My sexy husband gives me way more than my daily requirement.
3. Haven’t had a sexy girl kiss in several decades - can’t even remember her name.

Oh yeah it’s telomerase, not tolemerase. You’re welcome.

BTW, an energetic healing modality, Theta Healing, claims to heal/rebuild telomerase. [link to www.thetahealing.com]

<SNIP><SNIP>

@MzK - You on a roll Hunnee! Thanks for that HD blast from the past.

<SNIP>

See y’all later - errands call. Great work, Bezerkers! Carry on.

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Thanks TUTU ~ couldn't be more helpful if it tried!

Now we can consider the THETA Energy you fingerpost on the one hand and AUGIE, (see Krispy's views) most probably reinforcing the benefits thanks to Gaia, on the other!

THETA being a greek symbol for
"Amplitude" or wave function in quantum physics, implying the morphism of the scientific proofs of this, for those interested beyond pure faith, in this superconscious approach.

Hence there is no need to interfere with Nature by such artificial means as Correxit or Synthia (thank you, Mr Venter), in order to control the population?

Couldn't have come to us BEZERKERS at a better Time. Thank you.

Integrator
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Hi Integrator. When people are awake, there is no need to turn to artificial mechanisms.

But how many are?

If a cross roads is upon us, and those in the know have been aware of the 'signs' that it is, then maybe the scramble to keep the status quo, or harness the herd using artificial means is why this is all going down.

The RH-'s I think are the unknown, in that they are either more receptive to incomming intergalactic triggers, or the opposite, completely blocked to them.They are the control in the experiment, and how their role pans out will be interesting. (I am surrounded by three)

Our current educational control system does not teach anything allowing a person to be awake and connected. You have to struggle around the system, and be labelled a nutter, discussing things like we discuss here. You know that.

But, me being me, I will always strive to make the connection between man and planet. Just how many minds are required to make the change amongst a population of 7 billion?

The natural world, beyond 'their' control and influence (bar gene augmented cells) will always 'root' for the planet, so there's a big up for the team. You can argue with a tree all you like, but it knows the deal...LOL.

So that leaves the rest of the populous to control with money, food, religion, science, conspiracy and the nutters. Oh, I shouldnt forget the innocents, and the RH-s who straddle many of the above, and dont know their potential.

To think bezerk is just about one aspect of our times would be incorrect I think. It might have been the trigger mechanism for those in the know. But what erks (lol) me about that is that in order to name it, they must have known about it prior, and maybe even measured it prior. Then again, what is 50 years in a cycle of 26000 years?

The science behind it is fascinating, and we cant help ourselves in trying and wanting to know the specifics of why and how it all ticks. The super computers, the gene sequencers, the super colliders...

But there's also something to be said for the quiet, contented person sitting in a field, smiling, watching the Sun set, and thinking -

"I get it"

hf
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Hi Integrator. When people are awake, there is no need to turn to artificial mechanisms.

But how many are?

If a cross roads is upon us, and those in the know have been aware of the 'signs' that it is, then maybe the scramble to keep the status quo, or harness the herd using artificial means is why this is all going down.

The RH-'s I think are the unknown, in that they are either more receptive to incomming intergalactic triggers, or the opposite, completely blocked to them.They are the control in the experiment, and how their role pans out will be interesting. (I am surrounded by three)

Our current educational control system does not teach anything allowing a person to be awake and connected. You have to struggle around the system, and be labelled a nutter, discussing things like we discuss here. You know that.

But, me being me, I will always strive to make the connection between man and planet. Just how many minds are required to make the change amongst a population of 7 billion?

The natural world, beyond 'their' control and influence (bar gene augmented cells) will always 'root' for the planet, so there's a big up for the team. You can argue with a tree all you like, but it knows the deal...LOL.

So that leaves the rest of the populous to control with money, food, religion, science, conspiracy and the nutters. Oh, I shouldnt forget the innocents, and the RH-s who straddle many of the above, and dont know their potential.

To think bezerk is just about one aspect of our times would be incorrect I think. It might have been the trigger mechanism for those in the know. But what erks (lol) me about that is that in order to name it, they must have known about it prior, and maybe even measured it prior. Then again, what is 50 years in a cycle of 26000 years?

The science behind it is fascinating, and we cant help ourselves in trying and wanting to know the specifics of why and how it all ticks. The super computers, the gene sequencers, the super colliders...

But there's also something to be said for the quiet, contented person sitting in a field, smiling, watching the Sun set, and thinking -

"I get it"

hf
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Very nicely said...Thanks...

CZ

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