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Marko Rodin - Smart Lazer Technology

 
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ok that 3rd video was a tad bizarre but you get the idea?
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that our emotional signals force our environments more sensitive signalers signals into the emotional shape of our own
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maybe this is why people are happy while gardening?
you never see an angry gardener
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or why people bring a plant to someones home when they first move in? or when someone is in the hospital people bring a plant? get well gift?
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plants can give off signals..
they talk to each other maybe they talk to us too
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every living things is a music player.. a giant symphony always playing music

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plants can give off signals..
they talk to each other maybe they talk to us too
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feedback
they are more sensitive to signal then us therefore are more reactive to our signals then we to theirs

it is two way

emotion is their manifested signals effect upon us, it forms how we feel but weakly in comparison to our signal upon theirs giving them the same manifested effect as in:
they manifest our emotion of signal
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every living things is a music player.. a giant symphony always playing music


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i discovered that in the sub atomic up from you a day or so ago
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ok that 3rd video was a tad bizarre but you get the idea?
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that our emotional signals force our environments more sensitive signalers signals into the emotional shape of our own
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Just as bird songs stimulate the stomata to open wider...

Is it for more nutrients or to hear the glory?

Stomata are as pores, but also waveguides, of micrometer dimensions.

IR wavelengths

Night vision

Cold hearted orb that rules the night,
Removes the colours from our sight,
Red is gray and yellow white,
But we decide which is right.
And which is an illusion?
Pinprick holes in a colourless sky,
Let insipid figures of light pass by,
The mighty light of ten thousand suns,
Challenges infinity and is soon gone.
Night time, to some a brief interlude,
To others the fear of solitude.
Brave Helios wake up your steads,
Bring the warmth the countryside needs.
The Day Begins - Days of Future Passed, 1967 Moody Blues

The plant sees and seeds energy and form.
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Awesome...
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satellite dish on your home if there is a storm over head they wont work they go out

if you have solar panels on your roof and its been cloudy for days or if they are dirty they wont collect energy

thing comes to mind what they spray in the sky blocking the sun?

maybe they want to turn off the music or slow it down.......
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satellite dish on your home if there is a storm over head they wont work they go out

if you have solar panels on your roof and its been cloudy for days or if they are dirty they wont collect energy

thing comes to mind what they spray in the sky blocking the sun?

maybe they want to turn off the music or slow it down.......
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slow it down
i imagine
to provide more time for the process to be intergrated within traditional boundaries of supervision
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Global Consciousness Project
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Don't forget that dirt is like prozac!

[link to discovermagazine.com]
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The Missing Matter is Missing
Apr 23, 2012

The missing matter that has to be there to account for the “fast” rotation of the Milky Way’s arms is missing.

Recent measurements of the velocities of stars within 13,000 light-years of the Sun have allowed astronomers to calculate the total mass of the matter in that volume. “‘The amount of mass that we derive matches very well with what we see—stars, dust and gas—in the region around the Sun,’ says [European Southern Observatory] team leader Christian Moni Bidin…. ‘But this leaves no room for the extra material—dark matter—that we were expecting.’”..............
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Don't forget that dirt is like prozac!

[link to discovermagazine.com]
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THE MOTIVE Some researchers have proposed that the sharp rise in asthma and allergy cases over the past century stems, unexpectedly, from living too clean. The idea is that routine exposure to harmless microorganisms in the environment—soil bacteria, for instance—trains our immune systems to ignore benign molecules like pollen or the dandruff on a neighbor’s dog.
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April 23rd 1975

Harold Pinter's "No Man's Land," premieres in London

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The first act opens with Hirst's offering a drink to Spooner: "As it is?" – that is, neat (UK) or straight (U.S.) – and Spooner's reply: "As it is, yes please, absolutely as it is" (15). During the first act, Spooner claims to be a fellow poet and to have known his more illustrious literary host and mutual acquaintances and relationships in the past. Toward the end of act one, Hirst's keepers (quasi-body guards) "vagabond cock" Foster and Briggs seek to fend off the self-insinuating Spooner, leading Hirst "out of the room (52) and away from him. The act ends with a "Blackout" – visually demonstrating Foster's taunt: "Listen. You know what it's like when you're in a room with the light on and then suddenly the light goes out? I'll show you. It's like this. ... He turns the light out".


hey aruna


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Picture yourself
Set up for good in a whole other life
In the mystery zone

Make us a house
Some far away town
Where nobody will know us well
Where your dad's not around
And all the trouble you look for all your life
You will find it for sure
In the mystery zone

Times that we met
Before we met
Times that we met
We'll go there
To the mystery zone
Ah the mystery zone

There goes the rider
At gates of dawn
He takes no prisoners at all
He'll be there on his own

What gets him gone
Off down that road
Is something he don't understand
Ooh! The mystery zone

Maybe all he wants
Maybe all he needs
Is to know that the sun don't set
On the mystery zone

How come it feels so familiar
When you never been there?
How come it seems so unreachable
You never tried to find
Never tired to find the mystery zone
Mystery zone, oooh!

All of the people
You used to run into but never do now
They took off for the mystery zone

And when you know love
When you find it for real
It contains the emotion sense of
Everyone ready
Your cover was blown
You weren't there but you were
Ooh in the mystery zone

You weren't there but you were
You weren't there but you were

Openin' windows
Doors never close it's the fresh air fiend
It's the information troll

We'll pack a bag
Sendin' it off just some things that never fit right
To the m...
And we'll send it ahead as a test so we'll know
Call it up when it gets there
"What's it like in the mystery zone?"

The times that we met
Before we met
We'll go back there
Oh, times that we met
We'll go back
We'll go back there
The mystery zone
To the mystery zone
The mystery zone
Oh the mys...

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Thread: booms-fireballs-sulfur-national parks.......

video-> [link to gma.yahoo.com]
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SIERRA FIREBALL DECODED:
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On Sunday morning, April 22nd, just as the Lyrid meteor shower was dying down, a spectacular fireball exploded over California's Sierra Nevada mountain range. The loud explosion rattled homes from central California to Reno, Nevada, and beyond. According to Bill Cooke, head of NASA's Meteoroid Envronment Office, the source of the blast was a meteoroid about the size of a minivan.

"Elizabeth Silber at Western University has searched for infrasound signals from the explosion," says Cooke. "Infrasound is very low frequency sound which can travel great distances. There were strong signals at 2 stations, enabling a triangulation of the energy source at 37.6N, 120.5W. This is marked by a yellow flag in the map below."
"The energy is estimated at a whopping 3.8 kilotons of TNT (about one fourth the energy of the 'Little Boy' bomb dropped on Hiroshima), so this was a big event," he continues. "I am not saying there was a 3.8 kiloton explosion on the ground in California. I am saying that the meteor possessed this amount of energy before it broke apart in the atmosphere. [The map] shows the location of the atmospheric breakup, not impact with the ground."

"The fact that sonic booms were heard indicates that this meteor penetrated very low in atmosphere, which implies a speed less than 15 km/s (33,500 mph). Assuming this value for the speed, I get a mass for the meteor of around 70 metric tons. Hazarding a further guess at the density of 3 grams per cubic centimeter (solid rock), I calculate a size of about 3-4 meters, or about the size of a minivan."

"This meteor was probably not a Lyrid; without a trajectory, I cannot rule out a Lyrid origin, but I think it likely that it was a background or sporadic meteor."
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the map [link to spaceweather.com]
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The meteors were serenaded by nightingales. "The birds arrived here about a week ago and they were constantly singing, which made the observation even more memorable!" she adds. "Imagine being out at night, surrounded by nightingales, with a bright Milky Way and meteors falling through our atmosphere - a wonderful celebration of Earth Day in 2012 which coincided with the Lyrid maximum!"
[link to spaceweather.com]

the video they have linked
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hahahaha that bird is amazing...
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you have to watch that vid...

amazing
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[link to www.scribd.com]

Possible link to accounts in Genesis...
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I dont know if any of you maybe read about this one bird that kept coming at night here where I live crying every night?
and it only happened at night. it was as loud as a car alarm.
I posted about it a few times... and I could never find that bird.. seems like every time I got close. it would stop
someone made a funny said the bird was trolling me LOL

any ways... after talking about that bird here on glp...
next day this bird came back but this time during the day!
and this time saw it...
I was like wow it was a very large bird its body looked about 3 feet long and long beak and it was sitting at the very tiptop of the tree screaming crying its head off.. saw me too... I videotaped it.. then after that... I have not heard of it since...

weird..
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hahahaha that bird is amazing...
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It's what it tells...about humanities impact on nature...

Lyrebirds are shy and difficult to approach, particularly the Albert's Lyrebird, which means that there is little information about its behaviour. When lyrebirds detect potential danger they will pause and scan their surroundings, then give an alarm call.

How?

They are most notable for their superb ability to mimic natural and artificial sounds from their environment.
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sorry im still thinking about the Lyrebird


A lyrebird's song is one of the more distinctive aspects of its behavioural biology. Lyrebirds sing throughout the year, but the peak of the breeding season, from June to August, is when they sing with the most intensity. During this peak they may sing for four hours of the day, almost half the hours of daylight. The song of the Superb Lyrebird is a mixture of seven elements of its own song and any number of other mimicked songs and noises. The lyrebird's syrinx is the most complexly-muscled of the Passerines (songbirds), giving the lyrebird extraordinary ability, unmatched in vocal repertoire and mimicry. Lyrebirds render with great fidelity the individual songs of other birds and the chatter of flocks of birds, and also mimic other animals such as koalas and dingos.[1] The lyrebird is capable of imitating almost any sound and they have been recorded mimicking human caused sounds such as a mill whistle to a cross-cut saw, chainsaws,[7] car engines and car alarms, fire alarms, rifle-shots, camera shutters, dogs barking, crying babies, and even the human voice. However while the mimicry of human noises is widely reported the extent to which it happens is exaggerated, and the phenomenon is quite unusual.[1]

The Superb Lyrebird's mimicked calls are learned from the local environment, including from other Superb Lyrebirds. An instructive example of this is the population of Superb Lyrebirds in Tasmania, which have retained the calls of species not native to Tasmania in their repertoire, but have also added some local Tasmanian endemic bird noises. It takes young birds about a year to perfect their mimicked repertoire. The female lyrebirds of both species are also mimics, and will sing on occasion but the females do so with less skill than the males.[1]

One researcher, Sydney Curtis, has recorded flute-like lyrebird calls in the vicinity of the New England National Park. Similarly, in 1969, a park ranger, Neville Fenton, recorded a lyrebird song which resembled flute sounds in the New England National Park, near Dorrigo in northern coastal New South Wales. After much detective work by Fenton, it was discovered that in the 1930s, a flute player living on a farm adjoining the park used to play tunes near his pet lyrebird. The lyrebird adopted the tunes into his repertoire, and retained them after release into the park. Neville Fenton forwarded a tape of his recording to Norman Robinson. Because a lyrebird is able to carry two tunes at the same time, Robinson filtered out one of the tunes and put it on the phonograph for the purposes of analysis. The song represents a modified version of two popular tunes in the 1930s: "The Keel Row" and "Mosquito's Dance". Musicologist David Rothenberg has endorsed this information

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mirror - reflection - mimicking - mocking

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So that bird has the power of changing perception...
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on the bird subject

did you hear about that movie that came out the hunger games?
there is 3 books my kid read them all along with every other single teenage kid out there... at the movie it was a crying fest

there is an important bird in the story





Mockingjay [link to thehungergames.wikia.com]
A hybrid of mockingbirds and jabberjays, the birds were created by mistake. The jabberjays - all male - were initially created to eavesdrop on the rebels in the Dark Days, memorizing entire conversations and repeating them back at the Capitol. Once they were discovered, the rebels fed endless lies to the birds, and sent them back loaded with false information. After the lies were discovered, the Capitol closed the laboratories and they were left to die off. They did, eventually, but not before they passed on their genetic code to female mockingbirds. This was unforseen, because no one expected them to have the brains to reproduce. The offspring were called mockingjays, and, while they had lost the ability to memorize words, they could mimic any sounds from a child's high-pitched warble to a man's deep tones, and even songs with multiple verses, if you had the patience to sing to them. Katniss' father was one of those people, and Peeta claims that when he first heard Katniss sing, all of the birds, including mockingjays, fell silent, the sign that they liked the song or notes that were made.


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