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Happy Birthday `EW `

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hf Thanks T.G and Mama!... as i always say better late than never! lol ...i very much appreciate the love and wishes.. thankyou guys...

And I do plan on celebrating for a few more days AK.. the older I get I believe I have earnt the right to a Birthday WEEK!!!!!.... BBQ and drinks saturday night will top off my birthday week nicely...

and no, I did not have to bake my own cake!!!!! :D

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Birthday week ! I love it. Happy Birthday Week !

I am so gonna use this next year.
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A Geomagnetic Storm Watch is in effect for tomorrow May 24. An earlier model suggested that the CME from yesterday morning would deliver a glancing blow to our geomagnetic field on May 25, however the updated WSA-Enlil model released by SWPC is showing May 24 at approx. 10:00 UTC. Minor geomagnetic storming may be possible at very high latitudes.

WATCH: Geomagnetic Storm Category G1 Predicted
Highest Storm Level Predicted by Day:
May 24: G1 (Minor) May 25: None (Below G1) May 26: None (Below G1)
THIS SUPERSEDES ANY/ALL PRIOR WATCHES IN EFFECT
Potential Impacts: Area of impact primarily poleward of 60 degrees Geomagnetic Latitude.
Induced Currents - Weak power grid fluctuations can occur.
Spacecraft - Minor impact on satellite operations possible.
Aurora - Aurora may be visible at high latitudes, i.e., northern tier of the U.S. such as northern Michigan and Maine.
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This should add to the strength of the full moon effects on earthquakes!!
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DateTime: Friday May 24 2013, 01:10:03 UTC
Region: Macquarie Island region
Depth: 10 km
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DateTime: Friday May 24 2013, 01:50:57 UTC
Region: south of the Fiji Islands
Depth: 499.7 km
Source: USGS Feed

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I call this some of my jeopardy information, cool but going nowhere.LOL

Something I thought interesting to pass on. Water has memory, snowflakes when melted and refroze will return to their crystalline molecular structure.

The clue to some of water's strange behavior lies with the hydrogen atom, which has only one electron to share with any other atom with which it combines. When it joins with oxygen to form molecules of water, each hydrogen atom is balanced between two oxygen atoms in what is called the "hydrogen bond"; but having only one electron to offer, the hydrogen atom can be attached firmly on only one side, so the bond is a weak one. Its strength is 10 per cent of that of most ordinary chemical bonds, so for water to exist at all, there have to be lot of bands to hold it together.

Liquid water is so intricately laced that it is almost a continuous structure, and some have gone so far as to describe a glass of water as a single molecule. Ice is even more regular, and forms the most perfectly bonded hydrogen structure known. Its crystalline pattern is so very precise that it seems to persist into the liquid state, and though it looks clear, water contains short-lived regions of ice crystals that form and melt many millions of times every second. It is as though liquid water remembers the form of the ice from which it came by repeating the formula over and over again to itself, ready to change back again at a moment's notice. If one could take a photograph with a short enough exposure, it would probably show icelike areas even in a glass of hot water.

Waves , frequency, continuous patterns of 'life' forming and re forming. Crystalline structures that can hold more information than a thousand super computers, so much to learn, grow with and contemplate. I've been searching diligently for answers and I come across such marvels that I have to share. Peace to all!

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“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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Major freeway bridge collapses in Skagit County, Washington; people, vehicles in water -



Credit: Skagit Valley Herald
Interstate 5 Skagit Valley bridge collapsed

SKAGIT COUNTY, Wash. — Both north and southbound lanes of the Interstate 5 Skagit River Bridge collapsed Thursday evening, said officials with the Washington State Patrol.
The collapse happened between south of Burlington and north of Mount Vernon just after 7 p.m.
According to the State Patrol, people and vehicles are in the water.
Drivers are being advised to stay away from the area.
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WASHINGTON: BREAKING U/D - REPORTS OF NO CELL SERVICE AT I-5 BRIDGE COLLAPSE. PEOPLE ARE STILL TRAPPED IN THEIR CAR IN THE WATER.


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Breaking News: AP reports a #highway #bridge over a river has collapsed in #Washington state dumping vehicles and people into the water.

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The last inspection of the bridge in 2010 states:

Inspection (as of 08/2010)
Deck condition rating: Satisfactory (6 out of 9)
Superstructure condition rating: Fair (5 out of 9)
Substructure condition rating: Satisfactory (6 out of 9)
Appraisal: Functionally obsolete
Sufficiency rating: 57.4 (out of 100)
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The transformer in my front yard just exploded four times!!! What do you think of that? Few minutes after I got home, just the few houses around it are out of power, no storm, just raining, can't get thru to utility co. Very strange.
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OMG! Look at this poor guy he's got to be in shock!
WASHINGTON: UNBELIEVABLE PHOTO OF MAN SITTING ON CAR IN WATER WAITING TO BE RESCUED AFTER I-5 BRIDGE COLLAPSED.KING 5
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WASHINGTON: BREAKING NEWS - ALL 4 LANES OF I-5 BRIDGE OVER SKAGIT COLLAPSED. PEOPLE AND CARS IN THE WATER. RESCUE OPERATION UNDERWAY.

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The transformer in my front yard just exploded four times!!! What do you think of that? Few minutes after I got home, just the few houses around it are out of power, no storm, just raining, can't get thru to utility co. Very strange.
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Wow! That happens here sometimes it's scary! Usually when it rains a lot or snow old wires get wet capacitors blow.
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I call this some of my jeopardy information, cool but going nowhere.LOL

Something I thought interesting to pass on. Water has memory, snowflakes when melted and refroze will return to their crystalline molecular structure.

The clue to some of water's strange behavior lies with the hydrogen atom, which has only one electron to share with any other atom with which it combines. When it joins with oxygen to form molecules of water, each hydrogen atom is balanced between two oxygen atoms in what is called the "hydrogen bond"; but having only one electron to offer, the hydrogen atom can be attached firmly on only one side, so the bond is a weak one. Its strength is 10 per cent of that of most ordinary chemical bonds, so for water to exist at all, there have to be lot of bands to hold it together.

Liquid water is so intricately laced that it is almost a continuous structure, and some have gone so far as to describe a glass of water as a single molecule. Ice is even more regular, and forms the most perfectly bonded hydrogen structure known. Its crystalline pattern is so very precise that it seems to persist into the liquid state, and though it looks clear, water contains short-lived regions of ice crystals that form and melt many millions of times every second. It is as though liquid water remembers the form of the ice from which it came by repeating the formula over and over again to itself, ready to change back again at a moment's notice. If one could take a photograph with a short enough exposure, it would probably show icelike areas even in a glass of hot water.

Waves , frequency, continuous patterns of 'life' forming and re forming. Crystalline structures that can hold more information than a thousand super computers, so much to learn, grow with and contemplate. I've been searching diligently for answers and I come across such marvels that I have to share. Peace to all!
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It's posts like this which make this thread equal parts unique, amazing, educational & thrilling to read. Thank You for just being You & for sharing that increadible information with all of us.
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I put this up last night This is crazy too and they won't know until after the fact?

Russian rocket-wreckage may collide Ecuador satellite
Quito: The Ecuadorian Civil Space Agency issued an alert Wednesday about a possible collision of its Pegaso satellite, launched last month, with the wreckage of a Russian rocket.

"ALERT: Possible collision of NEE-01 PEGASO and remains of Russian rocket," appeared on the Twitter account of the space agency known as EXA, on Wednesday.

EXA's director, astronaut Ronnie Nader, published a notice from the Joint Space Operations Center about the possibility of such a crash.

"Official notification about a possible collision of PEGASO with remains of Russian rocket," said Nader.

Pegaso, launched into orbit on April 26 and whose streaming video signal has been received since May 16, has successfully transmitted images of Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela.

Besides streaming video images, the satellite also transmits sounds in Morse code that students can decode thanks to a program established by EXA in its fervour to awaken interest in all things aerospace.

Pegaso, a cube-shaped apparatus that weighs just 2.1 kg, went into orbit aboard an LM2D rocket launched from the Jiuquan Space Launch Center in China's Gansu province.

The nanosatellite, which took a year to build, and its twin, Krysaor, whose launch is scheduled from Russia in August, cost EXA and several private companies $80,000.

Ecuador's government provided about $700,000 to cover launch, insurance, logistics and certification costs for the two satellites.
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I'm with you, I knew immediately, whole body felt like it had pin pricks going on. The dogs are going apeshit crazy, I mean screaming howling. I hope its from the frequency of this solar event and not from seismic piezoelectric release. We did have that Arkansas quake south of us? I'm on quite the 'edge' so to speak, not scared or nervous but heightened, waiting for something else. Peace to all you awesome info collectors!
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weird...I have been reading about piezoelecticity...deep ocean release or other crystal area?
BTW....I have a rose quartz rock under the head of my bed and a few weeks ago I started a carrying a crystal. hmmmmm
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So funny, I have the big crystal nightly, just added the rose quartz the other night. This is not coincidence. I love these synchronicities. Our inner wisdom is bursting forth.
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My Wife recently moved the softball sized raw Rose Quartz that I picked out for her Mother, a few months before she went on to the next step in her Journey, onto our headboard & put one of our Orgon(?sp) near my side of the bed & told me not to move it because she was told I needed its help. She does things of this nature infrequently but I've learned to trust her intuitio & guidence as much as I do her the Energetic Being. Interesting timing, indeed.
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Very cool, thanks for sharing!
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OMG! Look at this poor guy he's got to be in shock!
WASHINGTON: UNBELIEVABLE PHOTO OF MAN SITTING ON CAR IN WATER WAITING TO BE RESCUED AFTER I-5 BRIDGE COLLAPSED.KING 5
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WASHINGTON: BREAKING NEWS - ALL 4 LANES OF I-5 BRIDGE OVER SKAGIT COLLAPSED. PEOPLE AND CARS IN THE WATER. RESCUE OPERATION UNDERWAY.
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I lived just North of that bridge, back in the early '90s & my ex wife had Family in the area that we visited, quite regularly, over a 10 year time period & I know I've been over that bridge hundreds of times. This will complicate a lot of Peoples lives, in ways they really don't need right now. Hopefully no one lost their life in that frigged Mountain runnoff.
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The transformer in my front yard just exploded four times!!! What do you think of that? Few minutes after I got home, just the few houses around it are out of power, no storm, just raining, can't get thru to utility co. Very strange.
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Wow! That happens here sometimes it's scary! Usually when it rains a lot or snow old wires get wet capacitors blow.
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Yep, utility guy said the ceramic thingy cracked, water got in, shorted it out. I was still on hold, and utility truck showed up! Powers back,buying candles, lamps tomorrow.
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Ugh Oh! Heads Up Dett! Hope you are OK! hf
CALIFORNIA: DEVELOPING - MULTIPLE REPORTS OF AN EARTHQUAKE IN SACRAMENTO.
p. Region
Friday, May 24, 2013 03:47:07 UTC 40.1903 -121.0638 5.9 0.00 Northern California
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Just out on the talking map
Incident Type: Magnitude 5
Country: United States
Place: Northern California
Date/Time (UTC): 2013-05-24 03:47:16
Severity/Importance: Severe
Infrastructure Affected: Unknown
Permanent link to this event: [link to www.globalincidentmap.com]
Source: CSEM-EMSC
Source URL: [link to www.emsc-csem.org]

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Magnitude Mw 5.7
Region NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
Date time 2013-05-24 03:47:16.0 UTC
Location 40.54 N ; 120.66 W
Depth 50 km

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Earthquake: magnitude 5.9, in Northern California, 7 miles from Greenville -
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I call this some of my jeopardy information, cool but going nowhere.LOL

Something I thought interesting to pass on. Water has memory, snowflakes when melted and refroze will return to their crystalline molecular structure.

The clue to some of water's strange behavior lies with the hydrogen atom, which has only one electron to share with any other atom with which it combines. When it joins with oxygen to form molecules of water, each hydrogen atom is balanced between two oxygen atoms in what is called the "hydrogen bond"; but having only one electron to offer, the hydrogen atom can be attached firmly on only one side, so the bond is a weak one. Its strength is 10 per cent of that of most ordinary chemical bonds, so for water to exist at all, there have to be lot of bands to hold it together.

Liquid water is so intricately laced that it is almost a continuous structure, and some have gone so far as to describe a glass of water as a single molecule. Ice is even more regular, and forms the most perfectly bonded hydrogen structure known. Its crystalline pattern is so very precise that it seems to persist into the liquid state, and though it looks clear, water contains short-lived regions of ice crystals that form and melt many millions of times every second. It is as though liquid water remembers the form of the ice from which it came by repeating the formula over and over again to itself, ready to change back again at a moment's notice. If one could take a photograph with a short enough exposure, it would probably show icelike areas even in a glass of hot water.

Waves , frequency, continuous patterns of 'life' forming and re forming. Crystalline structures that can hold more information than a thousand super computers, so much to learn, grow with and contemplate. I've been searching diligently for answers and I come across such marvels that I have to share. Peace to all!
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It's posts like this which make this thread equal parts unique, amazing, educational & thrilling to read. Thank You for just being You & for sharing that increadible information with all of us.
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Agreed! Wonderful Post Shada!!
Perfer et Obdura;Dolor hic tibi proderit olim.Fortes Fortuna Iuvat! (Be Patient & Strong; someday this pain will be useful to you. Fortune favors the brave)
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I call this some of my jeopardy information, cool but going nowhere.LOL

Something I thought interesting to pass on. Water has memory, snowflakes when melted and refroze will return to their crystalline molecular structure.

The clue to some of water's strange behavior lies with the hydrogen atom, which has only one electron to share with any other atom with which it combines. When it joins with oxygen to form molecules of water, each hydrogen atom is balanced between two oxygen atoms in what is called the "hydrogen bond"; but having only one electron to offer, the hydrogen atom can be attached firmly on only one side, so the bond is a weak one. Its strength is 10 per cent of that of most ordinary chemical bonds, so for water to exist at all, there have to be lot of bands to hold it together.

Liquid water is so intricately laced that it is almost a continuous structure, and some have gone so far as to describe a glass of water as a single molecule. Ice is even more regular, and forms the most perfectly bonded hydrogen structure known. Its crystalline pattern is so very precise that it seems to persist into the liquid state, and though it looks clear, water contains short-lived regions of ice crystals that form and melt many millions of times every second. It is as though liquid water remembers the form of the ice from which it came by repeating the formula over and over again to itself, ready to change back again at a moment's notice. If one could take a photograph with a short enough exposure, it would probably show icelike areas even in a glass of hot water.

Waves , frequency, continuous patterns of 'life' forming and re forming. Crystalline structures that can hold more information than a thousand super computers, so much to learn, grow with and contemplate. I've been searching diligently for answers and I come across such marvels that I have to share. Peace to all!
 Quoting: shadasonic


It's posts like this which make this thread equal parts unique, amazing, educational & thrilling to read. Thank You for just being You & for sharing that increadible information with all of us.
 Quoting: Reinvigorated Being


Agreed! Wonderful Post Shada!!
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Peace RE-BE and my dear vesper. I get to doomy, life should be amazing and I'm going to find amazing things, this group is one I've already located!


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Quite the swarm going on

Datetime (UTC time) Lat. Lon. Mag. Dep. Region
Friday, May 24, 2013 04:21:11 UTC 40.2007 -121.0723 2.0 0.50 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 04:18:31 UTC 40.1933 -121.0410 2.2 1.30 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 04:18:10 UTC 40.1993 -121.0495 2.2 4.00 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 04:16:32 UTC 40.1970 -121.0455 1.8 17.60 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 04:15:15 UTC 40.1868 -121.0630 2.3 0.20 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 04:10:24 UTC 40.1985 -121.0945 2.4 0.70 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 04:09:15 UTC 40.2057 -121.0383 2.8 1.30 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 04:08:21 UTC 40.1913 -121.1255 3.4 0.00 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 04:07:44 UTC 40.2102 -121.0735 2.6 1.60 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 04:07:22 UTC 40.1907 -121.0743 2.0 2.50 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 04:04:09 UTC 40.1712 -121.0622 2.6 1.60 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 04:01:41 UTC 40.1680 -121.0617 2.1 0.70 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 03:58:40 UTC 61.6510 -147.3061 1.4 27.80 Southern Alaska
Friday, May 24, 2013 03:55:30 UTC 40.1942 -121.0453 3.5 0.00 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 03:55:11 UTC 40.1952 -121.0388 2.2 3.40 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 03:47:07 UTC 40.1903 -121.0638 5.7 0.00 Northern California
Friday, May 24, 2013 03:27:03 UTC 38.7057 -122.9113 1.5 9.60 Northern California
[link to www.world-earthquakes.com]
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I call this some of my jeopardy information, cool but going nowhere.LOL

Something I thought interesting to pass on. Water has memory, snowflakes when melted and refroze will return to their crystalline molecular structure.

The clue to some of water's strange behavior lies with the hydrogen atom, which has only one electron to share with any other atom with which it combines. When it joins with oxygen to form molecules of water, each hydrogen atom is balanced between two oxygen atoms in what is called the "hydrogen bond"; but having only one electron to offer, the hydrogen atom can be attached firmly on only one side, so the bond is a weak one. Its strength is 10 per cent of that of most ordinary chemical bonds, so for water to exist at all, there have to be lot of bands to hold it together.

Liquid water is so intricately laced that it is almost a continuous structure, and some have gone so far as to describe a glass of water as a single molecule. Ice is even more regular, and forms the most perfectly bonded hydrogen structure known. Its crystalline pattern is so very precise that it seems to persist into the liquid state, and though it looks clear, water contains short-lived regions of ice crystals that form and melt many millions of times every second. It is as though liquid water remembers the form of the ice from which it came by repeating the formula over and over again to itself, ready to change back again at a moment's notice. If one could take a photograph with a short enough exposure, it would probably show icelike areas even in a glass of hot water.

Waves , frequency, continuous patterns of 'life' forming and re forming. Crystalline structures that can hold more information than a thousand super computers, so much to learn, grow with and contemplate. I've been searching diligently for answers and I come across such marvels that I have to share. Peace to all!
 Quoting: shadasonic


It's posts like this which make this thread equal parts unique, amazing, educational & thrilling to read. Thank You for just being You & for sharing that increadible information with all of us.
 Quoting: Reinvigorated Being


Agreed! Wonderful Post Shada!!
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Peace RE-BE and my dear vesper. I get to doomy, life should be amazing and I'm going to find amazing things, this group is one I've already located!


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This was so interesting! Have you seen these videos? Your post made me think of them
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It's posts like this which make this thread equal parts unique, amazing, educational & thrilling to read. Thank You for just being You & for sharing that increadible information with all of us.
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Agreed! Wonderful Post Shada!!
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Peace RE-BE and my dear vesper. I get to doomy, life should be amazing and I'm going to find amazing things, this group is one I've already located!


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This was so interesting! Have you seen these videos? Your post made me think of them

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I'll check them out , thanks AK!hf
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My Kids like these amazing things
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Agreed! Wonderful Post Shada!!
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Peace RE-BE and my dear vesper. I get to doomy, life should be amazing and I'm going to find amazing things, this group is one I've already located!


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This was so interesting! Have you seen these videos? Your post made me think of them

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I'll check them out , thanks AK!hf
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Thought this was odd. Was looking to see where the crystal caves are in Arkansas, as there were two more EQ's in the region today and found that Mystic Caverns is in a town called NEWTOWN

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This peaked my interest....thank you Isis, going to look into this....

Love and Peace to all of FOG...WA loved the post, you are awesome!grouphug
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Ive nern here!! In days gone by it was a cabe associated with the Dog Patch amusement park...now closed. It has opened under private owners and renamed Mysyic caverns.
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Goodness! I'm feeling like I'm not meant to post!! First...so sorry for the incoherent babble above--I've been reading and lurking it's just been so busy. Then I fall asleep as I post!! Looks like I managed to hit the send button...but not so sure it's a good thing!
Been in TX the past few days--missed the quakes here....the above should translate that I have been to Mystic Caverns. It used to be a part of the Dog Patch USA theme park in days gone by. It is now under private owners. Blanchard Springs is also not too far away.
I also passed the oil spill area...check points, hwy patrol presence, the check points seem to have increased in number...there was 1, then 2...coming home I counted 3.
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WASHINGTON: GREAT NEWS - POLICE CONFIRM ALL PEOPLE REMOVED FROM CARS UNDER COLLAPSED BRIDGE. 2 PEOPLE IN STABLE CONDITION.

YEAH! banana2
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WASHINGTON: GREAT NEWS - POLICE CONFIRM ALL PEOPLE REMOVED FROM CARS UNDER COLLAPSED BRIDGE. 2 PEOPLE IN STABLE CONDITION.

YEAH! banana2
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On a side note:

AK between russia and this new mid cali. quake we've got energy and lava flowing, that 7.4 Fiji event is just a shifter, we need to be very awake, you especially!

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Thought this was odd. Was looking to see where the crystal caves are in Arkansas, as there were two more EQ's in the region today and found that Mystic Caverns is in a town called NEWTOWN

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This peaked my interest....thank you Isis, going to look into this....

Love and Peace to all of FOG...WA loved the post, you are awesome!grouphug
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Ive nern here!! In days gone by it was a cabe associated with the Dog Patch amusement park...now closed. It has opened under private owners and renamed Mysyic caverns.
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Goodness! I'm feeling like I'm not meant to post!! First...so sorry for the incoherent babble above--I've been reading and lurking it's just been so busy. Then I fall asleep as I post!! Looks like I managed to hit the send button...but not so sure it's a good thing!
Been in TX the past few days--missed the quakes here....the above should translate that I have been to Mystic Caverns. It used to be a part of the Dog Patch USA theme park in days gone by. It is now under private owners. Blanchard Springs is also not too far away.
I also passed the oil spill area...check points, hwy patrol presence, the check points seem to have increased in number...there was 1, then 2...coming home I counted 3.
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LOL Oh Moxie that's funny I've done that before woke up and thought 'Did I send that?' Don't stop posting thanks for the SH update. Here's another funny for you your post made sense to me I figured it out remember reading somewhere most of the words can be misspelled in a sentence and our brains can still understand. Amazing hugh? hf
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WASHINGTON: GREAT NEWS - POLICE CONFIRM ALL PEOPLE REMOVED FROM CARS UNDER COLLAPSED BRIDGE. 2 PEOPLE IN STABLE CONDITION.

YEAH! banana2
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applause2



On a side note:

AK between russia and this new mid cali. quake we've got energy and lava flowing, that 7.4 Fiji event is just a shifter, we need to be very awake, you especially!
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I know I've been feeling it building a few weeks wanting to stay close to home. This feeling something's coming been trying to meditate, pray it's hard to stay focused these days. Have seen it in the animals like now all the birds were just chirping there are 100's around me then they all stop at once Dogs sit up listen, bark at 'nothing' Cat gets as close as he can sleeps on top of me lately some nights they know... TY for the 'heads up' hoping it 'passes over' hf
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I call this some of my jeopardy information, cool but going nowhere.LOL

Something I thought interesting to pass on. Water has memory, snowflakes when melted and refroze will return to their crystalline molecular structure.

The clue to some of water's strange behavior lies with the hydrogen atom, which has only one electron to share with any other atom with which it combines. When it joins with oxygen to form molecules of water, each hydrogen atom is balanced between two oxygen atoms in what is called the "hydrogen bond"; but having only one electron to offer, the hydrogen atom can be attached firmly on only one side, so the bond is a weak one. Its strength is 10 per cent of that of most ordinary chemical bonds, so for water to exist at all, there have to be lot of bands to hold it together.

Liquid water is so intricately laced that it is almost a continuous structure, and some have gone so far as to describe a glass of water as a single molecule. Ice is even more regular, and forms the most perfectly bonded hydrogen structure known. Its crystalline pattern is so very precise that it seems to persist into the liquid state, and though it looks clear, water contains short-lived regions of ice crystals that form and melt many millions of times every second. It is as though liquid water remembers the form of the ice from which it came by repeating the formula over and over again to itself, ready to change back again at a moment's notice. If one could take a photograph with a short enough exposure, it would probably show icelike areas even in a glass of hot water.

Waves , frequency, continuous patterns of 'life' forming and re forming. Crystalline structures that can hold more information than a thousand super computers, so much to learn, grow with and contemplate. I've been searching diligently for answers and I come across such marvels that I have to share. Peace to all!
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You have written some very interesting posts that I have wanted to respond to!! I've been side tracked by the everyday...and then the post takes off....opportunity gone. All things come about with time...and so did this. I was thinking about your mediation post. I used to suffer from insomnia...and began simple meditation--what I like to call the white cloud visualization. That might explain what has been putting me to sleep when I try to respond...the white screen!! These days I just think white and I'm gone!! Anywho...since color seems to work so well....will try a different color for energy increase. Which....happens to tie into the above post....showers...waters affect on our energy level...by increasing oxygen levels....and of course the warm water effect...also releasing dopamine...best thinking in the shower and all that jazz. I remember reading that a long while ago...and the post made me think of it.
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