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Hey man, hows things going lately? It's been awhile since we talked directly.

peace
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Also... morning all... cheer
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 Quoting: Robyn Hood


Hey man, hows things going lately? It's been awhile since we talked directly.

peace
 Quoting: pi

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Peace, brother. peace

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Phobos
Jan 21, 2013

Did meteor bombardment scar Phobos?

Phobos is the largest of the two moons of Mars. Deimos is so small that studying its surface has been problematic for astronomers because it cannot be readily observed from Earth. Only the Viking 2 orbiter, and more recently, the HiRise camera onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captured close up images. Phobos, on the other hand, has been examined by Earth stations and by satellites sent to Mars orbit.

In the image above, Stickney crater is visible on the left. Stickney is a ten kilometer-wide excavation that is nearly the size of Phobos itself. In previous Thunderbolts Picture of the Day articles, rocky bodies with craters almost as large as themselves have been discussed. As was pointed out, the “impact” craters should have blasted the objects into fragments, but little sign of the collisions is visible other than the craters. In the case of Phobos, the moon is 28 by 20 kilometers in size, so Stickney crater is nearly half as large as the moon..............
 Quoting: observation


[link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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well today is the first day our moving group is visibly on display within this thread
it prompts knowing that their collective sensation is our origin of the notion over soul
and other similar labels for this topic

and
we can today explain how and why this notion became this way

neeto tounge
we have identified our moving group

The same plasma halo that causes the tail on ESO 137-001, is going to let us explain the "Great Attractor" that seems to be centered near that Norma Cluster. For if a cluster of galaxies can have a charged segregated halo, then ESO 137-001 can form a comet-like tail as it moves in or out of the cluster. But what about individual galaxies just sitting in different parts of this halo? They will have different plasma redshifts depending where they are in the halo. Which of course the mainstream will interpret as a spread of radial velocities, and say these galaxies have to be moving fast relative to one another, around some massive object. That is, after all, the only evidence for the "Great Attractor". What we are really seeing is just one more piece of evidence for cluster sized plasma halos. On ANY scale where we have plasma in a gravitational field, we can have charge separation and radial electric fields.
 Quoting: observation


The Milky Way's existence within its own local group which is a part of the Virgo Supercluster. Scaling inward back home, there should obviously be E-fields and filaments (currents) connecting local co-moving galaxy clusters.
 Quoting: observation


Vast Cosmic Filament Discovered Connecting Milky Way to the Universe

“By examining the positions of ancient groupings of stars, called globular clusters, we found that the clusters form a narrow plane around the Milky Way rather than being scattered across the sky,” said Dr. Stephan Keller of the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics at ANU.
“Furthermore, the Milky Way’s entourage of small satellites are seen to inhabit the same plane. What we have discovered is evidence for the cosmic thread that connects us to the vast expanse of the Universe. The filament of star clusters and small galaxies around the Milky Way is like the umbilical cord that fed our Galaxy during its youth,” Keller observed.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.dailygalaxy.com]
[link to www.dailygalaxy.com]

what we must remember is we are "without thought" replicating our moving groups personalities
we always were
now we are bring that notion to the attention of our conscious selves we begin to experience emotional reason explaining emotive definition of our differing archetypal personalities expressing within our self aware location (earth) within the emotional fields of our self aware group

 Quoting: aether


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well that is strange
the emotional information within our moving groups visible sensation goes from elation within myself of knowing the information to deflation within myself of reminding myself of my emotional sensation to this day of forming material
yin/yang
big time

i better get on top of the yang before i go yin tounge

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and i notice never within my memory do i miss "home" cos home is where i am by default
it is local tradition of expression of home that sucks
i never miss where i have been
i don`t like where i am
good
well that get`s me on top of yang /z\

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and i notice never within my memory do i miss "home" cos home is where i am by default
it is local tradition of expression of home that sucks
i never miss where i have been
i don`t like where i am
good
well that get`s me on top of yang /z\
 Quoting: aether


oh
i remember

11 = 2 = 9
 Quoting: aether


2 is the motive
9 is creative expression of motive

3 and 6 is yin/yang, +/- of creative process

order of flow

motive (2) to creative process (9) to opposites (3&6)

and visa versa

is this making sense? cool2
 Quoting: aether


and it was the sign that told
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morning robyn

interesting hypothesis for Zero point Energy~~~~~
Opposing Forces create Energy that is then
driven into the flux speeding up
the Volv in the Gyrus
:ZERO-POINT see t:
[link to wordinfo.info]
 Quoting: Le Palma


we maybe have to think about language meaning here

Force

In physics, a force is any influence that causes an object to undergo a change in speed, a change in direction, or a change in shape.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

in nature "opposing forces" are two forces motivated to interact as in:
they desire to because they share common motive

in doing so as you rightly tell their combined influence forms a 3rd force that could not exist without their unity

in my experience, this is not always what humans think occurs, both how and why, when they see the word opposing
 Quoting: aether


you see that /z\ thousands of years of believing opposing forces is the foundation of reality

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it`s amazing really how everything locally got here on earth got to where it is believing and expressing since the end of our golden age that synergy (affect) is caused by 2 forces in opposition to each other
well it does
but
it is only here that the practice of conflict = good is practiced
and
it is only because it is non sense that despite our locals best endeavours to conflict to the maxim of their ability to do good
they failed to destroy themselves and all other surface life in the process
sense naturally prevailed
as it does
without their noticing

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2 paths you can go by

replay for sanity tounge

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and nobody knew
not one
for thousands of years
endless beliefs trying to match intuitive sense within non sense
nothing
you can not read one script in our past 4000 years where you see they knew
they never did
they were grasping for something they knew must be true
but no one knew what to do
fact
get over everyone

it is good news

today because of local discoveries we do know what to do
and guess what
our environment physically agrees with us
that`s a novelty
and
it expresses it`s agreement in real events that you do notice
how about that
novelty upon novelty

huh

i feel better now

apologies for the rant
nothing to do with a single person
it was all about me talking to me about me

tounge

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 Quoting: Septenary Man


morning

ooooooooh
good tune babes tounge
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placing linear time on the sequences it goes like this

forever (to them) local life emotionally expresses (lives) within the closed system (sense) of it`s cosmic egg (plasma sphere)

when the linear time arrives for the cosmic egg to hatch (plasma sphere is broken by a star (bright sun))

an unknown length of linear time passes for the local life of the cosmic egg to become knowing of their eternal future within the new to local life sense of the open system (universe) their cosmic egg birthed them within
and it matters not how long that linear time process of knowing our eternal future takes

it takes as long as it naturally takes

so no guilt trips

but
when we reach the linear time of knowing restlessness will arise within the local life (us) as the knowing grows(spreads)
because by nature
no two people know at the same linear time so the restless have to wait restlessly while the majority become the minority

natural tounge

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Good morning ^_^
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Good morning ^_^
 Quoting: TRIXER


good morning trixer
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Good morning ^_^
 Quoting: TRIXER


good morning trixer
 Quoting: aether


Just so everyone knows... I am never an AC... Not really hiding that much. But there are others causing trouble.

I have a style about me. Something you can 't do with three dots...

If I am causing troubles, I don't know about it. I don't really leave my room.
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Good morning ^_^
 Quoting: TRIXER


good morning trixer
 Quoting: aether


Just so everyone knows... I am never an AC... Not really hiding that much. But there are others causing trouble.

I have a style about me. Something you can 't do with three dots...

If I am causing troubles, I don't know about it. I don't really leave my room.
 Quoting: TRIXER


haha
i know
i like what you say and how you feel when you say it

for me
you cause synergy that fits reality tounge
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According to Halton Arp, quasars are ejected by larger parent host galaxies. To produce 73 quasars in a 3-D shape that fills a volume of 1.6 billion light years and 4 billion light years across, requires trillions of large galaxies compacted arranged in a flat thin supercluster. Roger Clowes writes that this could be a precursory supercluster in the early universe during formation, to comply with the big-bang cosmology. Such a gigantic highly organized precursor supercluster core, would still require tens of billions of years more to form, than the age of the big-bang. [link to thunderbolts.info]
 Quoting: observation


73 Quasars in LQG Defies Einstein's Cosmological Principle Assumption Required for the Big-bang by Being 4 Billion Light Years Across
[link to holographicgalaxy.blogspot.co.uk]

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According to Halton Arp, quasars are ejected by larger parent host galaxies. To produce 73 quasars in a 3-D shape that fills a volume of 1.6 billion light years and 4 billion light years across, requires trillions of large galaxies compacted arranged in a flat thin supercluster. Roger Clowes writes that this could be a precursory supercluster in the early universe during formation, to comply with the big-bang cosmology. Such a gigantic highly organized precursor supercluster core, would still require tens of billions of years more to form, than the age of the big-bang.
 Quoting: observation


73 Quasars in LQG Defies Einstein's Cosmological Principle Assumption Required for the Big-bang by Being 4 Billion Light Years Across
[link to holographicgalaxy.blogspot.co.uk]
 Quoting: aether


This = win.

I need to ponder this a second. brb.
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Twentieth century Physic's equivalent of "Fantasia" has been the neutrino. In a recent publication on the Super-Kamiokande Neutrino Detector, physicists actually show the ultimate proof of neutrino "non-existence".
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.autodynamics.org]
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Cave paintings may be 'oldest yet'

What may be the world's oldest known cave paintings have been discovered in northern Italy. They are between 32,000 and 36,500 years old.

Archaeologists have found tablets of stone showing images of an animal and a human-like creature.......
 Quoting: observation

[link to news.bbc.co.uk]

To me it looks very similar to the famous squatter man with a duck's head. If so, perhaps plasma discharges date even further back than we thought.
The Squatter Man (Squatting Man) Petroglyphs | evidence of the Electric Universe
[link to www.theplasmaverse.com]
 Quoting: observation


Yes, it must be a recurring event. Remember the one proposed at ~10,900B.C.
[link to www.robertschoch.com]
Here Robert Schoch was trying to decide between a cometary impact and a plasma discharge, since there is evidence of both of those. But if comets are electric, an impact IS a discharge event.
We also know from the mainstream (read about Nemesis Star theory), that major impact events happen every 26,000,000 to 27,000,000 years. Again, these must also be major discharge events that happen on a regular time scale.
All of this does not preclude any discharge events that also may have been observed between planets [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
 Quoting: observation


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I'm currently having a bit of $100 scotch. Apparently, adding a drop of water as indicated on pi's thread some days ago, IS the proper way.

lol.


Live and learn...

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


Proper way? Straight. Rock glass. Rock glass is the proper implement to break over the head of one who suggests water. ;)
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I attempted to politely refuse as I take mine neat, but...I folded under the pressure.

tounge
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Lol, I was just channeling what an old scottish friend would say.

Pontius Pilate was exiled to the Hebrides you know. ;)
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good morning dion
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and i notice never within my memory do i miss "home" cos home is where i am by default
it is local tradition of expression of home that sucks
i never miss where i have been
i don`t like where i am
good
well that get`s me on top of yang /z\
 Quoting: aether


oh
i remember

11 = 2 = 9
 Quoting: aether


2 is the motive
9 is creative expression of motive

3 and 6 is yin/yang, +/- of creative process

order of flow

motive (2) to creative process (9) to opposites (3&6)

and visa versa

is this making sense? cool2
 Quoting: aether


and it was the sign that told
 Quoting: aether


3 is the invisible indivisible interlocutor. The cracked egg of 8.
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good morning dion
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Happy Morganza. I'm hoping to synch with the sun soon. I disdain the dead calm of dark to rise into.
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The inviroment has been showing me 8s everywhere last night walk in my pals a 180 sign was standing out next to a tv playing back to the future which was on topic here at the same time, then some more 8s in numbers on clocks and so on and as we left the front garden has a figure of 8 drawn in the snow via a cat walking through it.

My inviroment must like the path I am currently on.
Good because I like my inviroment.


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