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The lightning bolt strikes from the cloud down to ground and the sprite from the cloud up to the ionosphere. Is the cloud is acting somewhat like the base or gate in a transistor?
 Quoting: observation


if that /z\ is true it is water again
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There is also lightning from the ground up
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I do not watch horror films, as do not want the visuals or ideas put in place for later resurgence, my mrs now she loves horrors, cant get enough of them.
 Quoting: acuk 35420317


I have found nearly the entity of the American movie industry to be lacking, for at least a decade.

Movie brilliance seemed to fall off around 99 or so. Don't get me wrong there are still great movies. But nothing quite like getting your hair blown back.

Maybe it is a product of personal maturity and that most the movies today cater to an average 14 y/o.

The majority of the movies I have enjoyed over the last several years were foreign films...

:)

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The lightning bolt strikes from the cloud down to ground and the sprite from the cloud up to the ionosphere. Is the cloud is acting somewhat like the base or gate in a transistor?
 Quoting: observation


if that /z\ is true it is water again
 Quoting: aether

There is also lightning from the ground up

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well remembered

Earth: A Self-repairing Capacitor
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This video is really good

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Fairytales too scary for modern children, say parents
Traditional fairytales are being ditched by parents because they are too scary for their young children, a study found.
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do you think the way we treat children reflects this

In general in the 1700's and before the age of marriage was 12.5 for girls and 13.5 for boys.
 Quoting: observation



 Quoting: aether


When I see something like that, I see the struggle Man has undergone to get here.......

Sure we still struggle plenty. But it's a different kind of struggle. We have creature comforts and rest assured of proper assistance if suddenly needed.


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Fairytales too scary for modern children, say parents
Traditional fairytales are being ditched by parents because they are too scary for their young children, a study found.
 Quoting: observation

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do you think the way we treat children reflects this

In general in the 1700's and before the age of marriage was 12.5 for girls and 13.5 for boys.
 Quoting: observation



 Quoting: aether


When I see something like that, I see the struggle Man has undergone to get here.......

Sure we still struggle plenty. But it's a different kind of struggle. We have creature comforts and rest assured of proper assistance if suddenly needed.


BacksWeStand
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yes, until quite recently that sign of state of mind would anger me in the certainty everyone knew what they where doing hence they did it on purpose
i was certain
for reasons unknown i altered and was thinking along the lines of what you tell as i posted that again
maybe even a year ago i would have responded differently
now i do not

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Like that saying "when you know better you do better"
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When I see something like that, I see the struggle Man has undergone to get here.......

Sure we still struggle plenty. But it's a different kind of struggle. We have creature comforts and rest assured of proper assistance if suddenly needed.


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yes, until quite recently that sign of state of mind would anger me in the certainty everyone knew what they where doing hence they did it on purpose
i was certain
for reasons unknown i altered and was thinking along the lines of what you tell as i posted that again
maybe even a year ago i would have responded differently
now i do not
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I see.

To me it comes down to basic necessity. I can go to my tap and draw out clean water for whatever purpose.

While half a world away, there are still those(women/children) that spend 6 hrs every day, going to and carrying water back to be utilized for house hold purposes.

6 hrs. To get water. Every day. That doesn't leave much time for much else.

By essentially canceling out the need to spend 6 hrs collecting water, to near seconds, man can spend that time doing something else.

Does that make sense?


That is why I named the image on Backs we Stand.
Of those who came before.

It is easy to take for granted, the ease of our comforts today.

SweetNostalgia

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Perhaps not identical but similar.

Look @44



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O.o
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Was Paranormal Activity 2 better than the first one?
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Very true seerstar, very true indeed, and good food for thought, what if we were to have a mass power outage, my cooker is electric, my heating system gas, my food storage electric, we would be fubar within a week or two, was looking at a wood burning stove for sale just yesterday, a lot cheaper than the new fandangled electric ones, I think I payed nearly £500 for my cooker, yet a steel wood burner with room to cook and a hot plate on top is around two hundred.

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the strange part is in the first video the environment and the child are interacting "normally" to people like us

in the second movie adults have taken the same environment and altered it into ridiculous horror that never happens


motive?
 Quoting: aether


hmmm

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I see.

To me it comes down to basic necessity. I can go to my tap and draw out clean water for whatever purpose.

While half a world away, there are still those(women/children) that spend 6 hrs every day, going to and carrying water back to be utilized for house hold purposes.

6 hrs. To get water. Every day. That doesn't leave much time for much else.

By essentially canceling out the need to spend 6 hrs collecting water, to near seconds, man can spend that time doing something else.

Does that make sense?


That is why I named the image on Backs we Stand.
Of those who came before.

It is easy to take for granted, the ease of our comforts today.

:SweetNostalgia:

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


That is what I was thinking, they did it out of necessity. Like living in the woods in the old days, they would tell stories to scare the children from wandering away into the woods of the night. Their fear of their children lost caused them to use fear tactics towards their children. And the reason is because it worked for the majority because their parents did the same thing, and the cycle moves until one goes against the grain and comes up with a new way to be.
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Perhaps not identical but similar.

Look @44



[link to www.youtube.com]

O.o
 Quoting: Seer777


Was Paranormal Activity 2 better than the first one?
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


I didn't really enjoy either. As find this type of medium to do little other than cause people to fear that which may be labeled as the 'paranormal'.


It seems, people are inherently drawn to this topic, often due to an unexplainable experience.

Which most likely caused fear or deep curiosity at the time.

To find that moment again, one will attempt to 're-create' it artificially through cinema, books, gaming, etc. How the paranormal is often portrayed today would lead one to believe more in the fear than the curiosity. Yet that remains as well.

The 'fear' aspect gets ingrained with the 'creep' factor often due to the types musical effects utilized during 'scary scenes'.


Which is then can be automatically expressed when confronting a true paranormal event that one may witness.

Most will stand dumbfounded and either dismiss it entirely, tell only select people, or never say a word...

:)
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That is what I was thinking, they did it out of necessity. Like living in the woods in the old days, they would tell stories to scare the children from wandering away into the woods of the night. Their fear of their children lost caused them to use fear tactics towards their children. And the reason is because it worked for the majority because their parents did the same thing, and the cycle moves until one goes against the grain and comes up with a new way to be.
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One thing I've been thinking about is a sort of "futuristic/post apocalyptic" vision of the same idea.

What if the children are armed to the teeth with advanced self-defense equipment? Wandering away into the forest in that case would still be dangerous, but not for the same reasons.

What should parents say in that case? If the true danger cannot be effectively communicated?
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Perhaps not identical but similar.

Look @44
[link to www.youtube.com]

O.o
 Quoting: Seer777


Was Paranormal Activity 2 better than the first one?
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


I didn't really enjoy either. As find this type of medium to do little other than cause people to fear that which may be labeled as the 'paranormal'.


It seems, people are inherently drawn to this topic, often due to an unexplainable experience.

Which most likely caused fear or deep curiosity at the time.

To find that moment again, one will attempt to 're-create' it artificially through cinema, books, gaming, etc. How the paranormal is often portrayed today would lead one to believe more in the fear than the curiosity. Yet that remains as well.

The 'fear' aspect gets ingrained with the 'creep' factor often due to the types musical effects utilized during 'scary scenes'.


Which is then can be automatically expressed when confronting a true paranormal event that one may witness.

Most will stand dumbfounded and either dismiss it entirely, tell only select people, or never say a word...

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


I happen to think that movies like "Paranormal Activity" are frightening to "the masses" due to a complete lack of fear tolerance/experience.

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the strange part is in the first video the environment and the child are interacting "normally" to people like us

in the second movie adults have taken the same environment and altered it into ridiculous horror that never happens


motive?
 Quoting: aether


hmmm
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i noticed when i wrote "normal" tounge
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An X-2 class solar flare recently missed a direct impact with Earth.

Heliophysicists classify solar flares according to their brightness in X-ray wavelengths. C-class flares are the smallest on the scale, with X-ray measurements in the 10^-6 watts per square meter range (W/m^2), while X-class flares can exceed 10^-4 W/m^2. Why is that important?

An X-2 solar flare has enough energy to overload satellite circuits and disrupt other forms of communication should its full force be directed at Earth.

Modern astronomers believe that solar flares, or coronal mass ejections (CME), occur when magnetic reconnection events in the Sun’s atmosphere cause a short circuit in magnetic field lines. According to one theory, “magnetic energy” then accelerates the superheated gases into space. Although no one knows what “magnetic reconnection” is, it is the only explanation offered................
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As far as I know, if a really big dangerous x flare does hit us we will actually hear it in the sky. It will sound like ice cracking, very loud. It will also make you feel very very nausious almost instantly. But all this is meaningless because it's the end of the line for most.
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i noticed when i wrote "normal" tounge
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Personally, I've never grasped the meaning of the word "normal". wink
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I didn't really enjoy either. As find this type of medium to do little other than cause people to fear that which may be labeled as the 'paranormal'.


It seems, people are inherently drawn to this topic, often due to an unexplainable experience.

Which most likely caused fear or deep curiosity at the time.

To find that moment again, one will attempt to 're-create' it artificially through cinema, books, gaming, etc. How the paranormal is often portrayed today would lead one to believe more in the fear than the curiosity. Yet that remains as well.

The 'fear' aspect gets ingrained with the 'creep' factor often due to the types musical effects utilized during 'scary scenes'.


Which is then can be automatically expressed when confronting a true paranormal event that one may witness.

Most will stand dumbfounded and either dismiss it entirely, tell only select people, or never say a word...

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


I happen to think that movies like "Paranormal Activity" are frightening to "the masses" due to a complete lack of fear tolerance/experience.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Absolutely.

:)
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i noticed when i wrote "normal" tounge
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Personally, I've never grasped the meaning of the word "normal". wink
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


used to/familiar with

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the stories from our ancient past about crystals

Turbulence in a crystal
Mar 1st, 2013

When a crystal is hit by an intense ultrashort light pulse, its atomic structure is set in motion.
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i wonder when those stories began

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the stories from our ancient past about crystals

Turbulence in a crystal
Mar 1st, 2013

When a crystal is hit by an intense ultrashort light pulse, its atomic structure is set in motion.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.nanowerk.com]

i wonder when those stories began
 Quoting: aether


The healing uses of crystals are documented as far back as 1500 B.C. in the Ebers Papyrus from Egypt. This Egyptian medicinal text documented the many ways in which crystals were used for healing.

-The ancient Egyptians strongly believed in the healing and protective power of crystals. Many pharaohs wore crystals on their headdresses and many crystal amulets have been found in their tombs. The pharaohs often had their masks lined with crystals in the belief that crystals helped them be better rulers. Many objects of Amazonite and Lapis were found in King Tut’s tomb and Amazonite was one of the stones on his famous gold mask.

-Crystals are also used for healing in Chinese Medicine, which dates back to at least 5000 years. Crystal needles are also often used in modern day Chinese acupuncture and in Pranic Healing.

-Crystals have also been recognized for healing by Tibetan Buddhists and the Ayurvedic healing system for hundreds of years. The use of crystals is popular in both Hinduism and Buddhism.

-The Vedas, sacred texts in Hinduism that are over 5,000 years old, thoroughly discuss the power of crystals and their uses for healing. The Vedas prescribe specific crystals for certain ailments and describe the properties and powers of different crystals. For example, in the Vedas it is written that Emeralds bring good luck and well-being.

-Crystals are referred to over 200 times in the Bible......................
 Quoting: observation

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Orange Catholic Bible

The Orange Catholic Bible (abbreviated to O. C. Bible or OCB) is a fictional book from the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. Created in the wake of the crusade against thinking machines known as the Butlerian Jihad, the Orange Catholic Bible is the key religious text in the Dune universe and is described thus in the glossary of the 1965 novel Dune:

ORANGE CATHOLIC BIBLE: the "Accumulated Book," the religious text produced by the Commission of Ecumenical Translators. It contains elements of most ancient religions, including the Maometh Saari, Mahayana Christianity, Zensunni Catholicism and Buddislamic traditions. Its supreme commandment is considered to be: "Thou shalt not disfigure the soul."

 Quoting: Wiki


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Hah, this is pretty neat.

In Dune, Dr. Yueh gives Paul Atreides his copy of the Orange Catholic Bible during their initial trip to Arrakis. This copy is a space-traveler's miniaturized edition of the book, set in tiny print on fragile pages made from "filament paper." It is described as "black, oblong, no larger than the end of Paul's thumb" but contains eighteen hundred pages. Yueh instructs Paul in its use:

It has its own magnifier and electrostatic charge system ... The book is held closed by the charge, which forces against spring-locked covers. You press the edge — thus, and the pages you've selected repel each other and the book opens ... the charge moves ahead one page at a time as you read. Never touch the actual pages with your fingers. The filament tissue is too delicate.

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[link to en.wikipedia.org]


The link has a lot of nice quotes from the fictional book that occur in the Dune universe.
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Orange Catholic Bible

The Orange Catholic Bible (abbreviated to O. C. Bible or OCB) is a fictional book from the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. Created in the wake of the crusade against thinking machines known as the Butlerian Jihad, the Orange Catholic Bible is the key religious text in the Dune universe and is described thus in the glossary of the 1965 novel Dune:

ORANGE CATHOLIC BIBLE: the "Accumulated Book," the religious text produced by the Commission of Ecumenical Translators. It contains elements of most ancient religions, including the Maometh Saari, Mahayana Christianity, Zensunni Catholicism and Buddislamic traditions. Its supreme commandment is considered to be: "Thou shalt not disfigure the soul."

 Quoting: Wiki


[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Hah, this is pretty neat.

In Dune, Dr. Yueh gives Paul Atreides his copy of the Orange Catholic Bible during their initial trip to Arrakis. This copy is a space-traveler's miniaturized edition of the book, set in tiny print on fragile pages made from "filament paper." It is described as "black, oblong, no larger than the end of Paul's thumb" but contains eighteen hundred pages. Yueh instructs Paul in its use:

It has its own magnifier and electrostatic charge system ... The book is held closed by the charge, which forces against spring-locked covers. You press the edge — thus, and the pages you've selected repel each other and the book opens ... the charge moves ahead one page at a time as you read. Never touch the actual pages with your fingers. The filament tissue is too delicate.

 Quoting: wiki


[link to en.wikipedia.org]


The link has a lot of nice quotes from the fictional book that occur in the Dune universe.
 Quoting: 1908247


Lovely.

Dune is one of my all-time favorite movies.

How to 'open the book' reminds me of this...


I just want to offer my musing about the crop circle today after I looked at it for a bit...

PandorasCube2


For me it seems to be a representation of Pandora's 'Box'...this one however in 'cube' form.

If I am reading the directions correctly it seems one must push equally on all sides simultaneously to open as indicated by the arrows.

Instead of attempting to pull it apart, one must push in.

The perhaps it will 'pop' open.


damned


That is what I was able to glean from the image.




Just to note, I have mentioned a few times, I don't often remember my dreams any longer. It was quite distressing for me for sometime but now I have grown use to it.

I woke with one this morning that I found so curious I relayed it to another before I had seen the crop circle image.



Take it for what it is...

A Dream.


I was in a type of rubble field. I unearthed a tin-type box out of a wall which surprisingly broke away very easily.

I sensed the wall and the box had been there for some time.


When I opened the box, within it lay an assortment of 9-12 large precious jewels. A Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, and so on.

All different, priceless, and set carefully apart as to display each individually.

Each lay in its respective spot, but was held in place by no means I could glean.

I found that curious with them having been in the box so long and not gently removed from the wall.



hf
 Quoting: Seer777


that is how "sacred geometry" does what it does, from the inside outwards as described by you because the information arises from within and the "instructions" radiate out into the completed shape

the interesting part of your dream is discovery of what is by tradition is precious (jewels/material)
but your attention focused on the invisible (non material) influence that formed/sustained them
this tells you by nature see what is not traditionally seen and what traditionally distracts (causes no desire to see further) does not distract your vision
 Quoting: aether



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wow Seer, I recall the day of that post of yours, specially the blue highlighted part (:

I never actually watched the movie, I guess I only had watched that 'sleeper must awaken' scene tounge

I did play the 1992 game though, a few years back. Even though it had no graphic attractives I really enjoyed the storyline progression. It feels good saving a planet. tounge

Did you just highlight that blue part on the cube post? Before your post I was remembering how Paul's eyes got blue during the story.

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wee, it's getting late, Ima turn in and try to finish off the sickness that got hold of me early thursday.

catch you in the morning (:

that popped in. hmm

Good Night (:

hf

Savitr (Sanskrit: stem savitr-,) is a solar deity in the Rigveda, and one of the Adityas i.e. off-spring of Vedic deity Aditi. His name in Vedic Sanskrit connotes "impeller, rouser, vivifier". He is sometimes identified with--and at other times distinguished from--Surya, "the Sun". When considered distinct from the Sun proper, he is conceived of as the divine influence or vivifying power of the Sun. The Sun before sunrise is called Savitr, and after sunrise until sunset it is called Surya.[1] Savitr is celebrated in eleven whole hymns of the Rig Veda and in parts of many others, his name being mentioned about 170 times in aggregate.
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Gayatri Mantra (the mother of the vedas), the foremost mantra in hinduism and hindu beliefs, inspires wisdom. Its meaning is that "May the Almighty God illuminate our intellect to lead us along the righteous path". The mantra is also a prayer to the "giver of light and life" - the sun (savitur).
Gayatri, the five-faced Goddess, is said to have domain over the five senses or pranas, and protects these five life-forces of those who chant the Gayatri Mantra. In her role as the protector, Gayatri is referred to as Savitri.
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In traditional Brahmin practice the Gayatri Mantra is addressed to God as the divine life-giver, symbolized by Savitr (the sun), and is most often recited at sunrise and sunset.[34] It is believed by practitioners that reciting the mantra bestows wisdom and enlightenment, through the vehicle of the Sun (Savitr), who represents the source and inspiration of the universe.[19] Recitation at sunrise every morning is part of the daily ritual
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Oh God! Thou art the Giver of Life,
Remover of pain and sorrow,
The Bestower of happiness,
Oh! Creator of the Universe,
May we receive thy supreme sin-destroying light,
May Thou guide our intellect in the right direction.
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Good Night (:

hf
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Sweet dreams!
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wow Seer, I recall the day of that post of yours, specially the blue highlighted part (:

I never actually watched the movie, I guess I only had watched that 'sleeper must awaken' scene tounge

I did play the 1992 game though, a few years back. Even though it had no graphic attractives I really enjoyed the storyline progression. It feels good saving a planet. tounge

Did you just highlight that blue part on the cube post?
Before your post I was remembering how Paul's eyes got blue during the story.
 Quoting: 1908247


I highlighted the blue just before I responded to you...

:)




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hey nico look what has popped up

The Fifth Root Race—In Ascendancy


DNA alters over time as a result of how people respond to the needs and stressors of their environment; these changes can be accelerated if transformative events, such as near-death experiences and spiritual breakthroughs, occur in numbers large enough to jumpstart the evolutionary process. Once the new traits overspread land masses and population groups, a genetic “makeover”–a species-wide-alteration–can result. That shift is now happening. Think of it as an update within the human family.


Thread: Edgar Cayce: The Fifth Root Race—In Ascendancy
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I like to think of it a bit like attempting to 'push-start' a train. The first pushes being the most taxing. As the engine begins to gain momentum the resistance become a little less difficult. Up until that is, that an adequate speed is reached, to 'pop' the clutch and get this thing moving on its own.

tounge


Choo Choo.

Full steam ahead ------------>

hf
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Critical mass perhaps...



hf
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