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Exceptionally devious. In that case, what other major systems does this feature attach to? Telephone switches and routers? Engine management computers? Electrical substation controllers? Avionics subsystems? Navigation subsystems? Commercial Marine systems? Medical subsystems? I have not followed this thread for awhile but this cought my eye it's a pinned thread tonight I will link...
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Exceptionally devious. In that case, what other major systems does this feature attach to? Telephone switches and routers? Engine management computers? Electrical substation controllers? Avionics subsystems? Navigation subsystems? Commercial Marine systems? Medical subsystems? I have not followed this thread for awhile but this cought my eye it's a pinned thread tonight I will link...
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Back to basics, eh? While we travel through a debris field from our asteroid comet, which may be raining down little balls of fire. Dry California - and especially the mountains - will be a high risk area in that event. My DH suggests the wide open spaces of Nevada for putting up that tent.

So - EMP (no electomagnetics) plus little fire balls would make for a very interesting scenario, given no fire engines or air remediation possible. Even cities would be at high risk, given our close quarters. Either one would create BIG problems - both together require some real thought as to appropriate strategies.
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omg, this is crazy. For several years I had reoccuring dreams about small balls of fire hitting and burning things. The fire balls did not come straight down, but flew like leaves in the wind. The balls broke window panes when they hit and started fires inside. If they were big enough, holes were burned through wood doors. In the dream we kept buckets of water nearby and blankets. Whenever the fire balls would start up we all tried to find a safe place and then come out and put out the fires as quickly as possible.

In the dream we kept a daily routine but always watching for the fire balls to blow in. They only blew in during the day. I had forgotten about those dreams. I hope they don't start again.
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Back to basics, eh? While we travel through a debris field from our asteroid comet, which may be raining down little balls of fire. Dry California - and especially the mountains - will be a high risk area in that event. My DH suggests the wide open spaces of Nevada for putting up that tent.

So - EMP (no electomagnetics) plus little fire balls would make for a very interesting scenario, given no fire engines or air remediation possible. Even cities would be at high risk, given our close quarters. Either one would create BIG problems - both together require some real thought as to appropriate strategies.



omg, this is crazy. For several years I had reoccuring dreams about small balls of fire hitting and burning things. The fire balls did not come straight down, but flew like leaves in the wind. The balls broke window panes when they hit and started fires inside. If they were big enough, holes were burned through wood doors. In the dream we kept buckets of water nearby and blankets. Whenever the fire balls would start up we all tried to find a safe place and then come out and put out the fires as quickly as possible.

In the dream we kept a daily routine but always watching for the fire balls to blow in. They only blew in during the day. I had forgotten about those dreams. I hope they don't start again.
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Whoa! Think about where you live now - does this apply? Your dreams give a new meaning to wet blankets. Stock up on buckets, oh yeah!
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Tutu:>>Whoa! Think about where you live now - does this apply? Your dreams give a new meaning to wet blankets. Stock up on buckets, oh yeah!<<

Wow, cousin! hadn't made that connection. I already have six five-gallon buckets filled with water here in my condo - had never considered that water might be used to wet blankets/put out fires.

Interesting dream, for sure!
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Could GF be posting from Gitmo?
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Earth has actually passed through the tail of a comet at several times in the past. The usual result, other than the usual mass panic among the citizenry, and a great increase in religious fervor was a spectacular nighttime sky show.
One such pass, I believe it was Halley's comet, has been said by some to be recorded in Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh's painting called "De sterrennacht" ("Starry Night".)
As far as religious fervor goes, I see these guys on TV every night "You all are gonna burn in hell forever unless you send me $1000 tonight..." <and YES I apologise if I just offended anyone>




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Tutu:>>Whoa! Think about where you live now - does this apply? Your dreams give a new meaning to wet blankets. Stock up on buckets, oh yeah!<<

Wow, cousin! hadn't made that connection. I already have six five-gallon buckets filled with water here in my condo - had never considered that water might be used to wet blankets/put out fires.

Interesting dream, for sure!
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Surely you don't use water/wet blankets for kinky things.


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Earth has actually passed through the tail of a comet at several times in the past. The usual result, other than the usual mass panic among the citizenry, and a great increase in religious fervor was a spectacular nighttime sky show. One such pass, I believe it was Halley's comet, has been said by some to be recorded in Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh's painting called "De sterrennacht" ("Starry Night".) As far as religious fervor goes, I see these guys on TV every night "You all are gonna burn in hell forever unless you send me $1000 tonight..." <and YES I apologise if I just offended anyone>
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I'm inclined to agree with you, Hans, Magnificent that you are. Doesn't hurt to be prepared in dry climes, as our solar system is entering new territory of the galaxy (new to us, at least), and the wacky weather is upon us. We have to pay attention, and like the Boy Scouts say, be prepared. My lazy self is done with moving, so have organic garden, blah blah blah, and will ride out whatever where I am, which I regard as a particularly sweet spot, even if it is three blocks from the beach. At least tall cliffs are behind the beaches.
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Tutu:>>Whoa! Think about where you live now - does this apply? Your dreams give a new meaning to wet blankets. Stock up on buckets, oh yeah!<<

Wow, cousin! hadn't made that connection. I already have six five-gallon buckets filled with water here in my condo - had never considered that water might be used to wet blankets/put out fires.

Interesting dream, for sure!

Surely you don't use water/wet blankets for kinky things.


edit: No more beer for Hans tonight!
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No, my dear, I don't. Typically kinky things like fire - want to be stoked. Maybe you should switch to schnapps.
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dhlos, you have been outed.

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what??? you mean he`s gay??? lol
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Earth has actually passed through the tail of a comet at several times in the past. The usual result, other than the usual mass panic among the citizenry, and a great increase in religious fervor was a spectacular nighttime sky show.
One such pass, I believe it was Halley's comet, has been said by some to be recorded in Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh's painting called "De sterrennacht" ("Starry Night".)
As far as religious fervor goes, I see these guys on TV every night "You all are gonna burn in hell forever unless you send me $1000 tonight..." <and YES I apologise if I just offended anyone>

Hans, I didn't go to religious fervor at all. However, this "comet" is apparently one that originated in the asteroid belt as a result of a collision between two asteroids...whereaw most comets come from deep space and have an icy tail. This comet has no ice in its tail, but is rather composed of gravel and dust. So it depends on the size of the particles as to whether or not they fully burn up on entry into our atmosphere. We will be passing through this tail for some weeks - hence the little fire balls.

The dream was especially interesting in that the fire balls only fell during the day (while that part of the earth was exposed to the area of the comet's tail. As the earth rotated, the area of exposure changed along with day and night, just as you would expect if the earth is rolling through a debris field.


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some posters have speculated on the russia-china relatationship. seems they have opened an oil pipeline between them. these oil pipelines are huge international events. the us/western world went to war in afganistan over the caspian sea and its oil pipeline.
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Tutu:>>Whoa! Think about where you live now - does this apply? Your dreams give a new meaning to wet blankets. Stock up on buckets, oh yeah!<<

Wow, cousin! hadn't made that connection. I already have six five-gallon buckets filled with water here in my condo - had never considered that water might be used to wet blankets/put out fires.

Interesting dream, for sure!

Surely you don't use water/wet blankets for kinky things.


edit: No more beer for Hans tonight!
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now Hans, didn't I tell you to stay away from that stuff...along with sauerkraut, sausages, and potatoes???LOL...I'll have the dark ale please...
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Interresting again :
why try to minimalise Co2's when we can make FUEL out of them ???
It seems that everything is turning around or about fuel these days !!! (algae, gold, other rare elements, methane, etc ...)

They kept us in the loop, or out the loop (???) for almost 20 years !!!!

Reverse Combustion: Can CO2 Be Turned Back into Fuel? [Video]
Various efforts are underway to find a cheap, efficient and scalable way to recycle the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide back into the hydrocarbons that fuel civilization

In the 1990s a graduate student named Lin Chao at Princeton University decided to bubble carbon dioxide into an electrochemical cell. Using cathodes made from the element palladium and a catalyst known as pyridinium—a garden variety organic chemical that is a by-product of oil refining—he discovered that applying an electric current would assemble methanol from the CO2. He published his findings in 1994—and no one cared.

But by 2003, Chao's successor in the Princeton lab of chemist Andrew Bocarsly was deeply interested in finding a solution to the growing problem of the CO2 pollution causing global climate change. Graduate student Emily Barton picked up where he left off and, using an electrochemical cell that employs a semiconducting material used in photovoltaic solar cells for one of its electrodes, succeeded in tapping sunlight to transform CO2 into the basic fuel.

...

 Quoting: Krispy71

Algae for biofuels love to eat co2 as a dietary source of nutrition. So turning co2 into fuel is not a problem
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Tutu:>>Whoa! Think about where you live now - does this apply? Your dreams give a new meaning to wet blankets. Stock up on buckets, oh yeah!<<

Wow, cousin! hadn't made that connection. I already have six five-gallon buckets filled with water here in my condo - had never considered that water might be used to wet blankets/put out fires.

Interesting dream, for sure!

Surely you don't use water/wet blankets for kinky things.


edit: No more beer for Hans tonight!

now Hans, didn't I tell you to stay away from that stuff...along with sauerkraut, sausages, and potatoes???LOL...I'll have the dark ale please...
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Breezy, you're gonna have to whip out the strait jacket to enforce that order;-P
Got your Old Rasputin right here.
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Interresting again :
why try to minimalise Co2's when we can make FUEL out of them ???
It seems that everything is turning around or about fuel these days !!! (algae, gold, other rare elements, methane, etc ...)

They kept us in the loop, or out the loop (???) for almost 20 years !!!!

Reverse Combustion: Can CO2 Be Turned Back into Fuel? [Video]
Various efforts are underway to find a cheap, efficient and scalable way to recycle the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide back into the hydrocarbons that fuel civilization

In the 1990s a graduate student named Lin Chao at Princeton University decided to bubble carbon dioxide into an electrochemical cell. Using cathodes made from the element palladium and a catalyst known as pyridinium—a garden variety organic chemical that is a by-product of oil refining—he discovered that applying an electric current would assemble methanol from the CO2. He published his findings in 1994—and no one cared.

But by 2003, Chao's successor in the Princeton lab of chemist Andrew Bocarsly was deeply interested in finding a solution to the growing problem of the CO2 pollution causing global climate change. Graduate student Emily Barton picked up where he left off and, using an electrochemical cell that employs a semiconducting material used in photovoltaic solar cells for one of its electrodes, succeeded in tapping sunlight to transform CO2 into the basic fuel.

...


Algae for biofuels love to eat co2 as a dietary source of nutrition. So turning co2 into fuel is not a problem
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ONLY for the B I G Oil corporations - you remember - the guys with all the $$$$$$$$$$
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"<19:31>[Ama]: hijacked by american mentat
<19:32>[Ama]: no news from me been out all day, just came in
<19:32>[Ama]: do you have news?
19:32>[Templarrr]: hijackers usually only want attention to stroke their ego, his effort failed in his own and other threads, so he is now seeking attention there, you can add Just AC, Rken and their sidekicks"

Fine that's easy enough.

I'll just go away. Bye!
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hey yanki mentat, dont run off just coz you got greif from the clique. youve been adding some good imput. there are elements on this thread that just want it to evolve one way (theirs) and seem to get a little huffy if any one has a diferent angle. "hijack the thread??? isnt green peace in the gom right on point????? more so , me thinks, than impending alian invasion, even though i know the reasoning that got speculation to it. all veiws are relevant, even ones you dont like. so come back and play mentat.
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Will everyone please let this turkey of a thread die. It started out stupid and degenerated from there.
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Then why do you keep coming here?
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Will everyone please let this turkey of a thread die. It started out stupid and degenerated from there.

Then why do you keep coming here?
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Another one who does not get a T-shirt.
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Interresting again :
why try to minimalise Co2's when we can make FUEL out of them ???
It seems that everything is turning around or about fuel these days !!! (algae, gold, other rare elements, methane, etc ...)

They kept us in the loop, or out the loop (???) for almost 20 years !!!!

Reverse Combustion: Can CO2 Be Turned Back into Fuel? [Video]
Various efforts are underway to find a cheap, efficient and scalable way to recycle the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide back into the hydrocarbons that fuel civilization

In the 1990s a graduate student named Lin Chao at Princeton University decided to bubble carbon dioxide into an electrochemical cell. Using cathodes made from the element palladium and a catalyst known as pyridinium—a garden variety organic chemical that is a by-product of oil refining—he discovered that applying an electric current would assemble methanol from the CO2. He published his findings in 1994—and no one cared.

But by 2003, Chao's successor in the Princeton lab of chemist Andrew Bocarsly was deeply interested in finding a solution to the growing problem of the CO2 pollution causing global climate change. Graduate student Emily Barton picked up where he left off and, using an electrochemical cell that employs a semiconducting material used in photovoltaic solar cells for one of its electrodes, succeeded in tapping sunlight to transform CO2 into the basic fuel.

...


Algae for biofuels love to eat co2 as a dietary source of nutrition. So turning co2 into fuel is not a problem

ONLY for the B I G Oil corporations - you remember - the guys with all the $$$$$$$$$$
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The point I was trying to make was that co2 should not be a problem. We have ways of reducing it and give us an renewable energy source. Its just like the alchohol as a fuel source. Any one can make it but few take the time. Growing algae is not a problem and gets easier if you have a good source of CO2, such as coal fired electric plants.
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Interresting again :
why try to minimalise Co2's when we can make FUEL out of them ???
It seems that everything is turning around or about fuel these days !!! (algae, gold, other rare elements, methane, etc ...)

They kept us in the loop, or out the loop (???) for almost 20 years !!!!

Reverse Combustion: Can CO2 Be Turned Back into Fuel? [Video]
Various efforts are underway to find a cheap, efficient and scalable way to recycle the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide back into the hydrocarbons that fuel civilization

In the 1990s a graduate student named Lin Chao at Princeton University decided to bubble carbon dioxide into an electrochemical cell. Using cathodes made from the element palladium and a catalyst known as pyridinium—a garden variety organic chemical that is a by-product of oil refining—he discovered that applying an electric current would assemble methanol from the CO2. He published his findings in 1994—and no one cared.

But by 2003, Chao's successor in the Princeton lab of chemist Andrew Bocarsly was deeply interested in finding a solution to the growing problem of the CO2 pollution causing global climate change. Graduate student Emily Barton picked up where he left off and, using an electrochemical cell that employs a semiconducting material used in photovoltaic solar cells for one of its electrodes, succeeded in tapping sunlight to transform CO2 into the basic fuel.

...


Algae for biofuels love to eat co2 as a dietary source of nutrition. So turning co2 into fuel is not a problem

ONLY for the B I G Oil corporations - you remember - the guys with all the $$$$$$$$$$

The point I was trying to make was that co2 should not be a problem. We have ways of reducing it and give us an renewable energy source. Its just like the alchohol as a fuel source. Any one can make it but few take the time. Growing algae is not a problem and gets easier if you have a good source of CO2, such as coal fired electric plants.
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Point well taken, rken, and I agree that we have the technology and process to solve the problem. Love it that the effort has been applied successfully at the academic level. It quite possibly might stall out there.
My point is that the political process of getting that solution online and cookin' is a real uphill battle against the richest global corporations on the planet, who will resort to anything to keep that from happening. Not the least of these anythings is the outright purchase of the Republican party, and many Democrats, on whom they can count to protect their interests, which does not include any smartypants solutions Chao and Friends might have the temerity to offer. SCOTUS' Citizens United ruling has made this purchasing process easier and more overt. Chao would get a better reception for his ideas in China. Just sayin'
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Wow. The crazy ideas that I come up with.
It's off topic. but I may have figured a way to propel a submarine underwater at faster speeds, without propellers, cavitation, and very, very silent. Heck, it might even be power efficient. Anyone wanna hear this nutcase idea from a crazy loon?
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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Wow. The crazy ideas that I come up with.
It's off topic. but I may have figured a way to propel a submarine underwater at faster speeds, without propellers, cavitation, and very, very silent. Heck, it might even be power efficient. Anyone wanna hear this nutcase idea from a crazy loon?
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Maybe you should patent it first, before you go and spill the beans, Pops.
edit to say> Don't want to harsh your buzz or anything.
edit again to say> Horizonal time - G'nite ALL - Sweet Dreams

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you're right. I'll file it away for now.

edit Gnite to ya!!

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There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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Good idea. Rest easy Housedad.

hf

You too Tutu Wuwu.

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Interresting again :
why try to minimalise Co2's when we can make FUEL out of them ???
It seems that everything is turning around or about fuel these days !!! (algae, gold, other rare elements, methane, etc ...)

They kept us in the loop, or out the loop (???) for almost 20 years !!!!

Reverse Combustion: Can CO2 Be Turned Back into Fuel? [Video]
Various efforts are underway to find a cheap, efficient and scalable way to recycle the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide back into the hydrocarbons that fuel civilization

In the 1990s a graduate student named Lin Chao at Princeton University decided to bubble carbon dioxide into an electrochemical cell. Using cathodes made from the element palladium and a catalyst known as pyridinium—a garden variety organic chemical that is a by-product of oil refining—he discovered that applying an electric current would assemble methanol from the CO2. He published his findings in 1994—and no one cared.

But by 2003, Chao's successor in the Princeton lab of chemist Andrew Bocarsly was deeply interested in finding a solution to the growing problem of the CO2 pollution causing global climate change. Graduate student Emily Barton picked up where he left off and, using an electrochemical cell that employs a semiconducting material used in photovoltaic solar cells for one of its electrodes, succeeded in tapping sunlight to transform CO2 into the basic fuel.

...

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exactly krispy, and the gom tarball reef shall power turbines on some levels using just such a technology.
also the co2 and particles for heat transmission to and from the reef by convectional means. what would be interesting to know is how much capacity in btu's can each node carry ? expected generating btu output exceeding far into the terra scale makes for one kick ass hot tub.
krispy in a bikini, hell yeah ! I'll bring the beers.
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Hi Woodie

See ya got energy and "heat" on your mind. lol

How ya doing? Hope your eyes are better.
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Hi Woodie

See ya got energy and "heat" on your mind. lol

How ya doing? Hope your eyes are better.
 Quoting: Isis7



eyes little better today, see doc in the morning later.
the wood is usually energetic and no shortage of heat on the mind either. thanks for the note, hope all is well with you too. no fishing for a little while. just popcorn.
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ISIS 7 gender ?
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