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X Marks the Spot

 
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Calculations show that on February 15, 2013, the distance between the asteroid and Earth will be 0.000228 AU (34,100 km; 21,200 mi).

So the asteroid 2012 DA14 is passing within the outer limits of the ionosphere (max 16 earth radii).
Are we going to see some electrical interaction between the asteroid and the ionosphere?
 Quoting: observation


we could tounge
 Quoting: aether

 Quoting: aether


There are 3 other bodies as well in our area not as close but there could be some interaction in their gravitational fields that could throw trajectories off correct?

here is link scroll down to the bottom

[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

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have you a feeling it is a good time to remind us of that scale quake in japan as you notice what you do tounge
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I was wondering the very same before I posted it.

hmm


Pardon my delay, I was having breakfast.

I am happy to say, my appetite has returned again.


banana
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Here it is...

369.

lol.
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i remember that day for both those signs from you tounge
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thankyou see7,,

that was spot on,, perfect,,

thanks again,,

much love,,
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:)

Are you on a phone? I noticed how difficult it was to 'surf' GLP while on my booth neighbor's phone at the Saturday Market.

Options be limited...it seems. Or difficult to navigate around.

Lol...this Summer seems like a distant memory...

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thankyou see7,,

that was spot on,, perfect,,

thanks again,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 32446950


:)

Are you on a phone? I noticed how difficult it was to 'surf' GLP while on my booth neighbor's phone at the Saturday Market.

Options be limited...it seems. Or difficult to navigate around.

Lol...this Summer seems like a distant memory...

MutantTomato
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LOL made me think of this picture I have Seer

All c ing tomato

hiding
" I have Lost My Religion and found My Spirituality "

If it were not for My Life's Lessons I would not be Who I am today. "Thank You"

" I will NOT ... Give up: Give in: or admit defeat: I will overcome all obstacles in my path and reach the mark/goal and gateway out: :)) "
"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
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lol


I lost that ring at the beach. Wore it for sometime too.

I need to make more of those...

tounge
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~Seneca
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Calculations show that on February 15, 2013, the distance between the asteroid and Earth will be 0.000228 AU (34,100 km; 21,200 mi).

So the asteroid 2012 DA14 is passing within the outer limits of the ionosphere (max 16 earth radii).
Are we going to see some electrical interaction between the asteroid and the ionosphere?
 Quoting: observation


we could tounge
 Quoting: aether

 Quoting: aether


There are 3 other bodies as well in our area not as close but there could be some interaction in their gravitational fields that could throw trajectories off correct?

here is link scroll down to the bottom

[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]
 Quoting: >~* Flutterby Fringe*~<


electrical really
remember gravity 150 miles up can not move a feather
and the asteroids don`t possess scale of sufficient size to generate a field of gravity big enough to reach other bodies
but
our charged heliosphere and huge electrical currents/fields , in comparison to gravity , can and will move trajectories a bit
and
a bit is a lot when they are close to begin with

the interesting point is
like the 8 quake with little damage
a very close encounter over water or uninhabited land area will be a magnificent upswing for electric universe evidence

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electrical really
remember gravity 150 miles up can not move a feather
and the asteroids don`t possess scale of sufficient size to generate a field of gravity big enough to reach other bodies
but
our charged heliosphere and huge electrical currents/fields , in comparison to gravity , can and will move trajectories a bit
and
a bit is a lot when they are close to begin with

the interesting point is
like the 8 quake with little damage
a very close encounter over water or uninhabited land area will be a magnificent upswing for electric universe evidence
 Quoting: aether


getting interesting the closer it is to the time of presentation of the said body hmm

wvpls
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If it were not for My Life's Lessons I would not be Who I am today. "Thank You"

" I will NOT ... Give up: Give in: or admit defeat: I will overcome all obstacles in my path and reach the mark/goal and gateway out: :)) "
"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
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Is it true that in spherical geometry that triangle doesn't add up to 180?
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electrical really
remember gravity 150 miles up can not move a feather
and the asteroids don`t possess scale of sufficient size to generate a field of gravity big enough to reach other bodies
but
our charged heliosphere and huge electrical currents/fields , in comparison to gravity , can and will move trajectories a bit
and
a bit is a lot when they are close to begin with

the interesting point is
like the 8 quake with little damage
a very close encounter over water or uninhabited land area will be a magnificent upswing for electric universe evidence
 Quoting: aether


getting interesting the closer it is to the time of presentation of the said body hmm

wvpls <-------
 Quoting: >~* Flutterby Fringe*~<


I C the '8's'...

cool2
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Is it true that in spherical geometry that triangle doesn't add up to 180?
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i don`t know
sounds likely to me
but geometry not a topic i know really
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Is it true that in spherical geometry that triangle doesn't add up to 180?
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i don`t know
sounds likely to me
but geometry not a topic i know really
 Quoting: aether


you are correct

Thus, in spherical geometry angles are defined between great circles, resulting in a spherical trigonometry that differs from ordinary trigonometry in many respects; for example, the sum of the interior angles of a triangle exceeds 180 degrees.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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Is it true that in spherical geometry that triangle doesn't add up to 180?
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i don`t know
sounds likely to me
but geometry not a topic i know really
 Quoting: aether


idk either. I was looking at the global map and my friend said that its hard to chart triangles on spheres because they aren't the same as on 2d. Thought I'd ask, lol
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electrical really
remember gravity 150 miles up can not move a feather
and the asteroids don`t possess scale of sufficient size to generate a field of gravity big enough to reach other bodies
but
our charged heliosphere and huge electrical currents/fields , in comparison to gravity , can and will move trajectories a bit
and
a bit is a lot when they are close to begin with

the interesting point is
like the 8 quake with little damage
a very close encounter over water or uninhabited land area will be a magnificent upswing for electric universe evidence
 Quoting: aether


getting interesting the closer it is to the time of presentation of the said body hmm

wvpls <-------
 Quoting: >~* Flutterby Fringe*~<


I C the '8's'...

cool2
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close enough for a spark
maybe cool2
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Is it true that in spherical geometry that triangle doesn't add up to 180?
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i don`t know
sounds likely to me
but geometry not a topic i know really
 Quoting: aether


idk either. I was looking at the global map and my friend said that its hard to chart triangles on spheres because they aren't the same as on 2d. Thought I'd ask, lol
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it is true
you were right
linked above
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Is it true that in spherical geometry that triangle doesn't add up to 180?
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i don`t know
sounds likely to me
but geometry not a topic i know really
 Quoting: aether


idk either. I was looking at the global map and my friend said that its hard to chart triangles on spheres because they aren't the same as on 2d. Thought I'd ask, lol
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


They are somewhat like a perspectivists waterfall. They bow outwards on the 3d construct of sphere.
The distance between any two points is infinite if you are doing it right.
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Is it true that in spherical geometry that triangle doesn't add up to 180?
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i don`t know
sounds likely to me
but geometry not a topic i know really
 Quoting: aether


you are correct

Thus, in spherical geometry angles are defined between great circles, resulting in a spherical trigonometry that differs from ordinary trigonometry in many respects; for example, the sum of the interior angles of a triangle exceeds 180 degrees.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: aether


Interesting. I haven't ever looked into this. Didn't that Buckmeister guy say do an experiment with straws and triangles to make a sphere?
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Good evening cheer

Has anyone else noticed an upswing in appetite the past few days?

hmm
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yea.
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Did you read the rest of that "tree of life" thread?

Gematria came out with some good matches...

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The rest of the thread was ridiculous

lmao
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Oh my gob, lumen=lucifer

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Oh my gob, lumen=lucifer

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

afro
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hollow spaces in your body
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Oh my gob, lumen=lucifer

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

afro
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hollow spaces in your body
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lmao makes me think of Dante's inferno and the bowels of hell
" I have Lost My Religion and found My Spirituality "

If it were not for My Life's Lessons I would not be Who I am today. "Thank You"

" I will NOT ... Give up: Give in: or admit defeat: I will overcome all obstacles in my path and reach the mark/goal and gateway out: :)) "
"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
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Oh my gob, lumen=lucifer

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

afro
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hollow spaces in your body
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lmao makes me think of Dante's inferno and the bowels of hell
 Quoting: >~* Flutterby Fringe*~<


lol
I guess hot sauce could illuminate the hollows?
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hopefully Astro and Halcyon won't make their way here with a loose explanation.

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I tried to pick a 'fight'.

tounge


...
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD


They don't call 'em black holes for nothing...
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:EyeCee:

What is on the other side?

 Quoting: Seer777


hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


I got this instead...

RainbowChirp

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Oh my gob, lumen=lucifer

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

afro
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hollow spaces in your body
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


lmao makes me think of Dante's inferno and the bowels of hell
 Quoting: >~* Flutterby Fringe*~<


lol
I guess hot sauce could illuminate the hollows?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


oh no lol no taco (bell) sauce for me, but jalapeno's I can eat from the jar :)

wait rofl

made me think of Jeff Dunham's Jalapeno on a Stick chuckle
" I have Lost My Religion and found My Spirituality "

If it were not for My Life's Lessons I would not be Who I am today. "Thank You"

" I will NOT ... Give up: Give in: or admit defeat: I will overcome all obstacles in my path and reach the mark/goal and gateway out: :)) "
"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
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Oh my gob, lumen=lucifer

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afro
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hollow spaces in your body
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lmao makes me think of Dante's inferno and the bowels of hell
 Quoting: >~* Flutterby Fringe*~<


lol
I guess hot sauce could illuminate the hollows?
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lol


You ever have stomach problems?

Been plagued my entire life...personally speaking.

...


The only thing I do still crave is 'hot sauce', as you say.

Hotter the better.

lol.

Apparently, it releases endorphins in the brain being the body believes it 'has a fever'.

tounge
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good song

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lol


You ever have stomach problems?

Been plagued my entire life...personally speaking.

...


The only thing I do still crave is 'hot sauce', as you say.

Hotter the better.

lol.

Apparently, it releases endorphins in the brain being the body believes it 'has a fever'.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777



...

Sometimes I will eat tablespoons of Frank's Red Hot sauce... no joke... it started out as a way to "one up" people. And then I realized it was quite excellent.

lmao

PS

It releases endorphins through allostatic reversal of kappa opioid receptors.

Because it turns out that hot sauce contains a kappa-opioid receptor agonist as the primary taste indicator

tounge
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hollow spaces in your body
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lmao makes me think of Dante's inferno and the bowels of hell
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lol
I guess hot sauce could illuminate the hollows?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


lol


You ever have stomach problems?

Been plagued my entire life...personally speaking.

...


The only thing I do still crave is 'hot sauce', as you say.

Hotter the better.

lol.

Apparently, it releases endorphins in the brain being the body believes it 'has a fever'.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


Sorry to hear that. No not really. I was listening to a webinar about activated charcoal and the guy was talking about how it is good for the hollows and how brought up lucifer. The activated charcoal sucks up all the alien particles in the hollows.
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lol


You ever have stomach problems?

Been plagued my entire life...personally speaking.

...


The only thing I do still crave is 'hot sauce', as you say.

Hotter the better.

lol.

Apparently, it releases endorphins in the brain being the body believes it 'has a fever'.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777



...

Sometimes I will eat tablespoons of Frank's Red Hot sauce... no joke... it started out as a way to "one up" people. And then I realized it was quite excellent.

lmao

PS

It releases endorphins through allostatic reversal of kappa opioid receptors.

Because it turns out that hot sauce contains a kappa-opioid receptor agonist as the primary taste indicator

tounge
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Are you a Roswell alien? That is how you could tell in the tv show...I loved that show.tounge
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lol


You ever have stomach problems?

Been plagued my entire life...personally speaking.

...


The only thing I do still crave is 'hot sauce', as you say.

Hotter the better.

lol.

Apparently, it releases endorphins in the brain being the body believes it 'has a fever'.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777



...

Sometimes I will eat tablespoons of Frank's Red Hot sauce... no joke... it started out as a way to "one up" people. And then I realized it was quite excellent.

lmao

PS

It releases endorphins through allostatic reversal of kappa opioid receptors.

Because it turns out that hot sauce contains a kappa-opioid receptor agonist as the primary taste indicator

tounge
 Quoting: Axo Azeratel


I use to do that with Tabasco sauce. Right out of bottle into a teaspoon or on my finger. Never an entire tablespoon, though...lol.

Whatever the reason...I like it...


I found my particular liking of said while I was a preschool teacher. I was constantly sick with a cold or what have you, being that I was around children constantly.

I noticed a pattern that if I ate super spicy kimchi stew just after I starting feeling sick, I would get better faster.

But there was a small window, in which to catch said and that restaurants hours were spotty...

:)
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lol


You ever have stomach problems?

Been plagued my entire life...personally speaking.

 Quoting: Seer777


Sorry to hear that. No not really. I was listening to a webinar about activated charcoal and the guy was talking about how it is good for the hollows and how brought up lucifer. The activated charcoal sucks up all the alien particles in the hollows.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Wha?

I have spent most of my life with pain in my stomach area in one way or another.

Not ALWAYS. But often.

You get use to it...


I have had exploratory 'looks' only to find my valves do not work properly. Or so they say...


What does Lucifer have to do with charcoal and the stomach?

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