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aether (OP)

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Scientists from the Russian Academy of Sciences say they've discovered remains of an animal that is "closely related" to the modern dog from 33,000 years ago, which is about 18,000 years earlier than many scientists believe man first domesticated dogs.
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if we remember we have tracked backwards ourselves in the shape we are today, "modern man", for approx. 50 000 years and noticed our social habits have remained the same but our expression of them has varied dependent on the tools we utilized to do so

this /z\ assumes we constructed all the monuments that arrived in our past that we may not be able to construct today

saw this on yahoo.

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DNA evidence has revealed that the oldest known common male ancestor is 340,000 years old, more than twice as old as previous estimates.
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this is telling us that the ingredients that we say are the ingredients that define us a human have been withing something on our surface for a long time
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Scientists from the Russian Academy of Sciences say they've discovered remains of an animal that is "closely related" to the modern dog from 33,000 years ago, which is about 18,000 years earlier than many scientists believe man first domesticated dogs.
 Quoting: observation


if we remember we have tracked backwards ourselves in the shape we are today, "modern man", for approx. 50 000 years and noticed our social habits have remained the same but our expression of them has varied dependent on the tools we utilized to do so

this /z\ assumes we constructed all the monuments that arrived in our past that we may not be able to construct today

saw this on yahoo.

[link to news.yahoo.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35773839


DNA evidence has revealed that the oldest known common male ancestor is 340,000 years old, more than twice as old as previous estimates.
 Quoting: observation


this is telling us that the ingredients that we say are the ingredients that define us a human have been withing something on our surface for a long time
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Thats strange, the weird feeling seems to be related to this? Maybe
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Good morning everyone.

:)


Just wanted to share...


[link to www.youtube.com]

lmao
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"did you eat the pizza box"
lmao

good choice for a morning when people and the ides of march seem to me to be dancing strongly
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Scientists from the Russian Academy of Sciences say they've discovered remains of an animal that is "closely related" to the modern dog from 33,000 years ago, which is about 18,000 years earlier than many scientists believe man first domesticated dogs.
 Quoting: observation


if we remember we have tracked backwards ourselves in the shape we are today, "modern man", for approx. 50 000 years and noticed our social habits have remained the same but our expression of them has varied dependent on the tools we utilized to do so

this /z\ assumes we constructed all the monuments that arrived in our past that we may not be able to construct today

saw this on yahoo.

[link to news.yahoo.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35773839


DNA evidence has revealed that the oldest known common male ancestor is 340,000 years old, more than twice as old as previous estimates.
 Quoting: observation


this is telling us that the ingredients that we say are the ingredients that define us a human have been withing something on our surface for a long time
 Quoting: aether


Thats strange, the weird feeling seems to be related to this? Maybe
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9430472


that could be true now you tell it
the "alien" sensation which prompts cautious concern of unknown and accompanying emotions is why our authorities maintain or seek to maintain constants (laws) they have discovered are not true
to avoid the alien arising within us

clever
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Good morning everyone.

:)


Just wanted to share...


[link to www.youtube.com]

lmao
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"did you eat the pizza box"
lmao

good choice for a morning when people and the ides of march seem to me to be dancing strongly
 Quoting: aether


:)


I am off to set up the show.

Hoping for good sales.

bb soon.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Good morning everyone.

:)


Just wanted to share...


[link to www.youtube.com]

lmao
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"did you eat the pizza box"
lmao

good choice for a morning when people and the ides of march seem to me to be dancing strongly
 Quoting: aether


:)


I am off to set up the show.

Hoping for good sales.

bb soon.
 Quoting: Seer777


thumbs
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Good morning everyone.

:)


Just wanted to share...


[link to www.youtube.com]

lmao
 Quoting: Seer777


"did you eat the pizza box"
lmao

good choice for a morning when people and the ides of march seem to me to be dancing strongly
 Quoting: aether


:)


I am off to set up the show.

Hoping for good sales.

bb soon.
 Quoting: Seer777

Hope its nice weather for good sales! :-)
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speaking of the Sun

Thread: Celestial event... Planet Mercury ... to be re-absorbed ... by the Sun
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those overwhelmed/steered by underworld (telluric) synergy forms are noticing the non affect of what always did affect thus are thinking more elaborate procedures because to them the only reason for the non affects is they are doing something wrong in their procedure because they have yet to imagine something exists of similar nature to what they know yet is unaffected by what they know
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on a world of lawful fantasy (constants) that /z\ does not make sense
until it does by the experience of it becoming so tounge
 Quoting: aether


Reminds me of my saying, The universe is simple. It is humans that make it complex.

Top of page,

:fuckyeah:
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Good Morning Sept!
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Good Morning Brando! And everyone!

Sorry for the late response. Training a manager at work.
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good morning

nothing we did not know and i am not sure why i am bitching about it 1rof1

there is no emotional reason for me to other than i can so i did

nonsense really, like going for a swim and moaning about being wet, what was my point 1dunno1

no point, way to late now to moan alien03
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What were you bitching about?
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nonsense about my emotional state
getting used to possessing no reason to moan takes time
i notice tounge
 Quoting: aether


lmao
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bump
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From the de Sitter wikipedia page, it’s interesting to note the page “Tests of special relativity” contains absolutely no mention of Dayton Miller’s 5,200,000 measurements supporting ether drift. If the page were called “Proofs of special relativity” I could understand it. On a separate page dedicated to Dayton Miller himself history shows that the measurements were dismissed as a “statistical anomaly” even though they were consistently non-null.

It's only willfully ignoring inconvenient experimental results that allowed relativity to get off the ground. Very intelligent, deep thinkers must also have an appetite for being deluded, it seems.

From early last century, with the ether nonsense out of the way, Physics was free to move onto show that particles can be described as wave functions made of nothing existing in nothing and communicating with each other by emitting more particles, also made of nothing, which are so short-lived that they will never have to submit to the scrutiny of experiment. William of Ockham must be spinning in his grave. [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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Damn..its a day for new discoveries;-)
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that /z\ ascension mechanism is not imaginable
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that /z\ ascension mechanism is not imaginable
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At this point in life I can imagine just about anythingtounge
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Thread: Astronomers Find Ancient Star 'Methuselah' Which Appears To Be Older Than The Universe

[link to www.huffingtonpost.co.uk]

Scientists have discovered an "impossible" star which appears to be older than the universe.

The mysterious star Methuselah appears to be between 14 and 15 billion years old - a bit of an issue considering the universe itself is known to have come into existence 13.8 billion years ago.

Oddly enough, Methuselah is even located inside our own galaxy - about 190 light years away.

And even after using new information about the star's distance from us, its brightness and its structure, scientists are unable to place an estimate of its age much below 14.5 billion years - still older than the universe.

Fortunately for the team from Pennsylvania State University and the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, there appears to be a margin of error of about 800 million years, or so - enough to just barely place the star below the age of everything else, if peace of mind is important to you.
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that is odd
i was just looking at that off glp tounge
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Thread: Astronomers Find Ancient Star 'Methuselah' Which Appears To Be Older Than The Universe

[link to www.huffingtonpost.co.uk]

Scientists have discovered an "impossible" star which appears to be older than the universe.

The mysterious star Methuselah appears to be between 14 and 15 billion years old - a bit of an issue considering the universe itself is known to have come into existence 13.8 billion years ago.

Oddly enough, Methuselah is even located inside our own galaxy - about 190 light years away.

And even after using new information about the star's distance from us, its brightness and its structure, scientists are unable to place an estimate of its age much below 14.5 billion years - still older than the universe.

Fortunately for the team from Pennsylvania State University and the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, there appears to be a margin of error of about 800 million years, or so - enough to just barely place the star below the age of everything else, if peace of mind is important to you.
 Quoting: link

 Quoting: 1908247


that is odd
i was just looking at that off glp tounge
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hahah, I was at the main page and I noticed there were 554 threads, I refreshed the page and it went to 555, I decided to see what was the thread about and that was it, that dude was probably at it too

hmm

19-082-47
19+28,0=47

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I am off to set up the show.

Hoping for good sales.

bb soon.
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Hope its nice weather for good sales! :-)
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Thank you.

Yes, it is suppose to be nice for the next 3 days. Cold but sunny.

Art shows this time of year are almost always held inside for both the comfort of the artists and the patrons.

:)
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on a world of lawful fantasy (constants) that /z\ does not make sense
until it does by the experience of it becoming so tounge
 Quoting: aether


Reminds me of my saying, The universe is simple. It is humans that make it complex.

Top of page,

:fuckyeah:
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Good Morning Sept!
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


Good Morning Brando! And everyone!

Sorry for the late response. Training a manager at work.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


No worries. Keep up the good work!

I always think it is a good day when Sept is TOP (top of page).
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I am off to set up the show.

Hoping for good sales.

bb soon.
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Hope its nice weather for good sales! :-)
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Thank you.

Yes, it is suppose to be nice for the next 3 days. Cold but sunny.

Art shows this time of year are almost always held inside for both the comfort of the artists and the patrons.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Have good art show day seer!

flower
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Thread: Astronomers Find Ancient Star 'Methuselah' Which Appears To Be Older Than The Universe

[link to www.huffingtonpost.co.uk]

Scientists have discovered an "impossible" star which appears to be older than the universe.

The mysterious star Methuselah appears to be between 14 and 15 billion years old - a bit of an issue considering the universe itself is known to have come into existence 13.8 billion years ago.

Oddly enough, Methuselah is even located inside our own galaxy - about 190 light years away.

And even after using new information about the star's distance from us, its brightness and its structure, scientists are unable to place an estimate of its age much below 14.5 billion years - still older than the universe.

Fortunately for the team from Pennsylvania State University and the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, there appears to be a margin of error of about 800 million years, or so - enough to just barely place the star below the age of everything else, if peace of mind is important to you.
 Quoting: link

 Quoting: 1908247


That's awesome. I love it when things like this make them scratch their heads.
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Thank you.

Yes, it is suppose to be nice for the next 3 days. Cold but sunny.

Art shows this time of year are almost always held inside for both the comfort of the artists and the patrons.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Have good art show day seer!

flower
 Quoting: TheBrandoV


Thanks Brando.

I was not expecting to be starting show season quite this early, but the oppertunity just kinda dropped into my lap 2 mornings ago.

Extra income is always appreciated this time of year.

The hotel is nice too. Belgian waffles and strawberries for breakfast.

flower
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Thread: Astronomers Find Ancient Star 'Methuselah' Which Appears To Be Older Than The Universe

[link to www.huffingtonpost.co.uk]

Scientists have discovered an "impossible" star which appears to be older than the universe.

The mysterious star Methuselah appears to be between 14 and 15 billion years old - a bit of an issue considering the universe itself is known to have come into existence 13.8 billion years ago.

Oddly enough, Methuselah is even located inside our own galaxy - about 190 light years away.

And even after using new information about the star's distance from us, its brightness and its structure, scientists are unable to place an estimate of its age much below 14.5 billion years - still older than the universe.

Fortunately for the team from Pennsylvania State University and the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, there appears to be a margin of error of about 800 million years, or so - enough to just barely place the star below the age of everything else, if peace of mind is important to you.
 Quoting: link

 Quoting: 1908247


Who named it?
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yesterday afternoon i had a telephone conversation and the agreement was the person i was talking was going to do some things today and based on the result , write an e-mail

20 minutes ago i rang them to hear progress and the guy was surprised i had called telling me, "i told you all this yesterday" as in
why are you calling me
i reminded them of our plan to talk again today and i could tell he only half believes it because he has not memory of what we agreed
so i took him through it again and he has agreed again to what he has no memory off

that was odd enough tounge

but then he told me what he had been doing today
and
i know he and i have had that conversation before , as in:
there is no doubt in my mind he has told be before of his complex sequence of personal events involving his car, which occurred to him today , a long time ago in my past
now
i have known this guy a long time it is true but what happened to him today has only occurred today, never in our past

so

he does not remember the detail of our conversation of yesterday and acted like it never occurred
and
i have listened to him tell me what happened to him today, 3.8.2013, at some time a long time before today

1dunno1

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good choice for a morning when people and the ides of march seem to me to be dancing strongly
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Good morning aether...


Ides of March.

In modern times, the term Ides of March is best known as the date on which Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 B.C.E. Caesar was stabbed (23 times) to death in the Roman Senate by a group of conspirators led by Marcus Junius Brutus and Gaius Cassius Longinus.

It is said that on ides of March the sea succumbs to chaos and the full moon brings high tides. All these points give the Ides of March a very mysterious quality.[2]

According to Plutarch, a seer had foreseen that Caesar would be harmed not later than the Ides of March; and on his way to the Theatre of Pompey (where he would be assassinated), Caesar met the seer and joked, "The ides of March have come," meaning to say that the prophecy had not been fulfilled, to which the seer replied

"Aye, Caesar; but not gone."


This meeting is famously dramatised in William Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, when Caesar is warned by the soothsayer to "beware the Ides of March."


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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yesterday afternoon i had a telephone conversation and the agreement was the person i was talking was going to do some things today and based on the result , write an e-mail

20 minutes ago i rang them to hear progress and the guy was surprised i had called telling me, "i told you all this yesterday" as in
why are you calling me
i reminded them of our plan to talk again today and i could tell he only half believes it because he has not memory of what we agreed
so i took him through it again and he has agreed again to what he has no memory off

that was odd enough tounge

but then he told me what he had been doing today
and
i know he and i have had that conversation before , as in:
there is no doubt in my mind he has told be before of his complex sequence of personal events involving his car, which occurred to him today , a long time ago in my past
now
i have known this guy a long time it is true but what happened to him today has only occurred today, never in our past

so

he does not remember the detail of our conversation of yesterday and acted like it never occurred
and
i have listened to him tell me what happened to him today, 3.8.2013, at some time a long time before today

1dunno1
 Quoting: aether


Weird daytounge
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yesterday afternoon i had a telephone conversation and the agreement was the person i was talking was going to do some things today and based on the result , write an e-mail

20 minutes ago i rang them to hear progress and the guy was surprised i had called telling me, "i told you all this yesterday" as in
why are you calling me
i reminded them of our plan to talk again today and i could tell he only half believes it because he has not memory of what we agreed
so i took him through it again and he has agreed again to what he has no memory off

that was odd enough tounge

but then he told me what he had been doing today
and
i know he and i have had that conversation before , as in:
there is no doubt in my mind he has told be before of his complex sequence of personal events involving his car, which occurred to him today , a long time ago in my past
now
i have known this guy a long time it is true but what happened to him today has only occurred today, never in our past

so

he does not remember the detail of our conversation of yesterday and acted like it never occurred
and
i have listened to him tell me what happened to him today, 3.8.2013, at some time a long time before today

1dunno1
 Quoting: aether


What do you mean by the bold? An extremely similar experience? Or you 'remembering' it from your past that manifested yesterday in your mind, that you expressed today?
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Speaking of March madness, found this and it is interesting:

[link to www.daykeeperjournal.com]

March of 2013 witnesses a very rare alignment of celestial heavy-hitters, namely an Isosceles Trapezoid. This highly symmetrical pattern keys off the ongoing Uranus/Pluto square, the defining aspect of our times, although the next point at which these two will be exactly squared is not until May. Filling out the pattern are sextile aspects from each end of the square, joined by inconjunct, with two additional inconjuncts forming an internal “X” from the four corners of the trapezoid.

Essentially, this pattern is composed of two interlocked Yods, bound together by a stressful square.



as well as this, Saturn-Pluto Mutual Reception
[link to starcosmosmysticworlds.wordpress.com]

Before we start with the mutual reception between Saturn and Pluto it would be better to try to comprehend its substantial meaning as simply as we can.The simultaneous movement of two planets where one moves in the sign of the sovereignty of another is being called”mutual reception” in astrology.In this case Saturn(ruler of Capricorn) is at the zodiac sign of Scorpio while att he same time Pluto is at the zodiac sign of Capricorn (ruler of Scorpio).These planets co-operate each other in a very intense way which is similar to the conjunction energy aspect.And that is happening because the principles of the zodiac signs and the planets, in a sense, merge acting in concert.

Which last time this happened was in 1777 so it is very rare.
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x marks the spot indeed. hmm
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Good luck Seer! Make lots a money! Hope you have a great day.


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