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which makes me wonder what happens if you love no one and nothing
if you do not love what happens ?

feels yuck
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And, not loving yourself. A think there are many people like that in this day and age. It is not 'yuck', but it is sad, because that becomes such a large block to being. They were raised to love others more than loving self.

We (humans) have had it backwards for so long now.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


good morning
that is true
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goo dmorning.

cheer

Boy, I have continued to be emotional. Feeling down, but not depressed.

I cannot 'enjoy' anything. Don't watch tv much at all. Used to rely on reading, and I don't even feel like reading.
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yes i have noticed the lulls recently which to me indicate "location for that which has occurred to become noticed"
as in:
it is natural to remain focused on interesting successive feedback and the lull prompts the feedback`s meaningful affect to become measurable in it`s affect to that which provides the feedback
like a health check our environment leaves us to varying degrees to our own devises noticing what we prompt in return to it`s noticeable prompts to us
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The only aspect of time that is eternal is now. ~ A Course in Miracles
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You've probably told me this before, but what kind of fish? hmm
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Tomato Clown.

Good morning everyone.


:)
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good morning
i can`t get my imagination into the imagination that prompted that name for a fish species lmao
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And, not loving yourself. A think there are many people like that in this day and age. It is not 'yuck', but it is sad, because that becomes such a large block to being. They were raised to love others more than loving self.

We (humans) have had it backwards for so long now.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


good morning
that is true
 Quoting: aether


goo dmorning.

cheer

Boy, I have continued to be emotional. Feeling down, but not depressed.

I cannot 'enjoy' anything. Don't watch tv much at all. Used to rely on reading, and I don't even feel like reading.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yes i have noticed the lulls recently which to me indicate "location for that which has occurred to become noticed"
as in:
it is natural to remain focused on interesting successive feedback and the lull prompts the feedback`s meaningful affect to become measurable in it`s affect to that which provides the feedback
like a health check our environment leaves us to varying degrees to our own devises noticing what we prompt in return to it`s noticeable prompts to us
 Quoting: aether


Yes, that is it. I am 'lulled' because I am not 'forcing' anything. Therefor, when feedback is slowed down, I am slowed down. INteresting.
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The only aspect of time that is eternal is now. ~ A Course in Miracles
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we discovered time is universal because the forces that form/cause our present are near instant in their affect
thus throughout infinity of our material universe it is this moment therefore all things material are orientated by near instant feedback (feeling/motion) within their motion location
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You've probably told me this before, but what kind of fish? hmm
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Tomato Clown.

Good morning everyone.


:)
 Quoting: Seer777


good morning
i can`t get my imagination into the imagination that prompted that name for a fish species lmao
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They are generally highly aggressive toward any other tank inhabitant. So, I have him in there alone.

I think he gets bored though, because anytime I turn my head toward the tank, he swims up to the glass to get as close as possible then does his little 'food dance'.

[link to petras.com.au]

tounge
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good morning
that is true
 Quoting: aether


goo dmorning.

cheer

Boy, I have continued to be emotional. Feeling down, but not depressed.

I cannot 'enjoy' anything. Don't watch tv much at all. Used to rely on reading, and I don't even feel like reading.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yes i have noticed the lulls recently which to me indicate "location for that which has occurred to become noticed"
as in:
it is natural to remain focused on interesting successive feedback and the lull prompts the feedback`s meaningful affect to become measurable in it`s affect to that which provides the feedback
like a health check our environment leaves us to varying degrees to our own devises noticing what we prompt in return to it`s noticeable prompts to us
 Quoting: aether


Yes, that is it. I am 'lulled' because I am not 'forcing' anything. Therefor, when feedback is slowed down, I am slowed down. INteresting.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yes <----------> intelligent environment = two way emotions
being sensitive emotionally as you are to the topic you experience it clearly (without doubt) tounge
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You've probably told me this before, but what kind of fish? hmm
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Tomato Clown.

Good morning everyone.


:)
 Quoting: Seer777


good morning
i can`t get my imagination into the imagination that prompted that name for a fish species lmao
 Quoting: aether


They are generally highly aggressive toward any other tank inhabitant. So, I have him in there alone.

I think he gets bored though, because anytime I turn my head toward the tank, he swims up to the glass to get as close as possible then does his little 'food dance'.

[link to petras.com.au]

tounge
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/z\ beautiful display of color
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goo dmorning.

cheer

Boy, I have continued to be emotional. Feeling down, but not depressed.

I cannot 'enjoy' anything. Don't watch tv much at all. Used to rely on reading, and I don't even feel like reading.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yes i have noticed the lulls recently which to me indicate "location for that which has occurred to become noticed"
as in:
it is natural to remain focused on interesting successive feedback and the lull prompts the feedback`s meaningful affect to become measurable in it`s affect to that which provides the feedback
like a health check our environment leaves us to varying degrees to our own devises noticing what we prompt in return to it`s noticeable prompts to us
 Quoting: aether


Yes, that is it. I am 'lulled' because I am not 'forcing' anything. Therefor, when feedback is slowed down, I am slowed down. INteresting.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yes <----------> intelligent environment = two way emotions
being sensitive emotionally as you are to the topic you experience it clearly (without doubt) tounge
 Quoting: aether


I remember you told me not to question my flashes or emotions. When I stopped doubting, everything went accurate. Lovely feeling that was, and now it has become absolutely second nature not to doubt myself, as I worked on it until the doubts were gone.
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you know thinking of grace and scale
tesla was the first person to discover we possess the ability to refrigerating our planets electromagnetic structure/ signals to fit our golden age memory of our emotional expression and in doing so we reconfigure the electromagnetic structure/signals of our solar system thus sun which in turn is noticed by our galaxy halo and our moving group of galaxies halo in a manner that fits their motivational expression also
just as it does ours

scale of grace

tounge

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you know thinking of grace and scale
tesla was the first person to discover we possess the ability to refrigerating our planets electromagnetic structure/ signals to fit our golden age memory of our emotional expression and in doing so we reconfigure the electromagnetic structure/signals of our solar system thus sun which in turn is noticed by our galaxy halo and our moving group of galaxies halo in a manner that fits their motivational expression also
just as it does ours

scale of grace

tounge
 Quoting: aether


you may imagine when this /z\ arose within the mind of people in a practical manner , as it did a 100 years ago, there were three basic reactions to it

drop dead fear
drop dead disbelief
power trip to insanity

tounge

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you know thinking of grace and scale
tesla was the first person to discover we possess the ability to refrigerating our planets electromagnetic structure/ signals to fit our golden age memory of our emotional expression and in doing so we reconfigure the electromagnetic structure/signals of our solar system thus sun which in turn is noticed by our galaxy halo and our moving group of galaxies halo in a manner that fits their motivational expression also
just as it does ours

scale of grace

tounge
 Quoting: aether


you may imagine when this /z\ arose within the mind of people in a practical manner , as it did a 100 years ago, there were three basic reactions to it

drop dead fear
drop dead disbelief
power trip to insanity

tounge
 Quoting: aether


I watched the old movie about him. Edison couldn't fathom it, or accept it. Edison thought that since Tesla did stuff without math and scientific methodology, he was a hack. He seemed to never be able to accept it.
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you know thinking of grace and scale
tesla was the first person to discover we possess the ability to refrigerating our planets electromagnetic structure/ signals to fit our golden age memory of our emotional expression and in doing so we reconfigure the electromagnetic structure/signals of our solar system thus sun which in turn is noticed by our galaxy halo and our moving group of galaxies halo in a manner that fits their motivational expression also
just as it does ours

scale of grace

tounge
 Quoting: aether


you may imagine when this /z\ arose within the mind of people in a practical manner , as it did a 100 years ago, there were three basic reactions to it

drop dead fear
drop dead disbelief
power trip to insanity

tounge
 Quoting: aether


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Did scientists just find the fabled Viking Sunstone?

The mythical rock was said to help ancient sailors navigate the seven seas

GPS makes it relatively easy for seafarers to accurately point their ships where they want to go. But long ago, well before the Chinese employed the first magnetic compass, navigating the uncharted ocean's vast expanses was a truly treacherous task that required wits, training, improvisation, and, thanks to the limited tools available, a little ingenuity.

In his book Chasing the Sun: The Epic Story of the Star That Gives Us Life, author Richard Cohen describes a mythical crystal that helped the ancient Vikings navigate their ships through fog and cloud-covered skies in which the sun and stars weren't visible. Historians call this device the sunstone.

Ancient texts say it was carved from natural crystal, which was said to work as a prism, refracting light into "two shafts of color"; staring into it, therefore, revealed two reflected faces. By orienting the sunstone to unite the faces into a single image — which could only be done with the sun in a certain position relative to the stone — directionless sailors could effectively determine east and west even when the sun wasn't clearly visible.


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It is all connected. rockon

Atmospheric electricity affects cloud height
For decades, scientists have argued over whether there is a link between cosmic rays and cloud cover, which in turn could affect climate. Now two atmospheric physicists in the UK have discovered that global atmospheric electricity - which itself is altered by cosmic rays, space weather and El Nino - affects the base height of certain types of clouds.

"Electric currents flow continuously throughout much of the atmosphere because of the global atmospheric electric circuit, and these currents sometimes pass through clouds," explains Giles Harrison, who along with Maarten Ambaum did this latest study at the University of Reading...

...Thunderstorms and space weather

"The implications are that factors affecting currents flowing in the atmosphere - such as thunderstorms, cosmic rays and Pacific Ocean temperatures - may have distant effects on droplet properties in cloud bases," says Harrison. "Particularly interesting is the possibility that space weather changes could affect weather in the lower atmosphere."
 Quoting: SpaceDaily
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you know thinking of grace and scale
tesla was the first person to discover we possess the ability to refrigerating our planets electromagnetic structure/ signals to fit our golden age memory of our emotional expression and in doing so we reconfigure the electromagnetic structure/signals of our solar system thus sun which in turn is noticed by our galaxy halo and our moving group of galaxies halo in a manner that fits their motivational expression also
just as it does ours

scale of grace

tounge
 Quoting: aether


you may imagine when this /z\ arose within the mind of people in a practical manner , as it did a 100 years ago, there were three basic reactions to it

drop dead fear
drop dead disbelief
power trip to insanity

tounge
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 Quoting: aether




same theme
repeating message
good
now we know
emotional expression caused by emotional state
it`s the 2013 to 2014 significant synergy zone
it came up on the time traveler thread
nothing we don`t know
was contained in our reorientation information november
as we progress through our
there are 2 paths you can go by
 Quoting: aether


The Contact Thread ~ The Annex & Capstone Field Report

Coming soon.... damned


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 Quoting: BOWMAN


i needed to google that

To append or attach, especially to a larger or more significant thing.
 Quoting: observation


we got "detailed" 1 year ahead clearing (becoming visible) view and one year following which details upon previous years detail

helpful way to commence 2013
if you open that thread tounge
 Quoting: aether


the complete sequence is
we see what 2015 to 2020 might be
we see what 2021 to 2118 forces 2119 onwards to be
2013 to 2014 provides our guide for how above occurs

 Quoting: aether
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Did scientists just find the fabled Viking Sunstone?

The mythical rock was said to help ancient sailors navigate the seven seas

GPS makes it relatively easy for seafarers to accurately point their ships where they want to go. But long ago, well before the Chinese employed the first magnetic compass, navigating the uncharted ocean's vast expanses was a truly treacherous task that required wits, training, improvisation, and, thanks to the limited tools available, a little ingenuity.

In his book Chasing the Sun: The Epic Story of the Star That Gives Us Life, author Richard Cohen describes a mythical crystal that helped the ancient Vikings navigate their ships through fog and cloud-covered skies in which the sun and stars weren't visible. Historians call this device the sunstone.

Ancient texts say it was carved from natural crystal, which was said to work as a prism, refracting light into "two shafts of color"; staring into it, therefore, revealed two reflected faces. By orienting the sunstone to unite the faces into a single image — which could only be done with the sun in a certain position relative to the stone — directionless sailors could effectively determine east and west even when the sun wasn't clearly visible.


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that is clever and feels true
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the perfect circle indeed,,


much love,,
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The Earth child's twilight might.

Wings of the soul
In the blink of an eye
The wings of the soul
Clear vision
The wings of the soul

The Bundle of Him
Keeps the heart in balance
The Bundle of Him
Keeps the heart in rhythm
The Bundle of Him

The hymnal played by humming birds flight
The dragonflies sight
The Wing of the soul
The Bundle of Him
Lightnings dance of life


Beyond the complexity of mind and thought
twinkling the eye
Is I
The Bundle of Him
The wings of the soul.


Sun by day
The Bundle of hymn
Moon by night
Shines the wings of the sol
The Earth child's twilight might.

Is I,

Eye
Aye

THE tree of life.

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 Quoting: The Bundle of HIS 21168090


treeoflifewaterdlittlechildTreeoflifeanimal




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Look at the ships also, though they are so great and are driven by strong winds, are still directed by a very small rudder wherever the inclination of the pilot desires.

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It is all connected. rockon

Atmospheric electricity affects cloud height
For decades, scientists have argued over whether there is a link between cosmic rays and cloud cover, which in turn could affect climate. Now two atmospheric physicists in the UK have discovered that global atmospheric electricity - which itself is altered by cosmic rays, space weather and El Nino - affects the base height of certain types of clouds.

"Electric currents flow continuously throughout much of the atmosphere because of the global atmospheric electric circuit, and these currents sometimes pass through clouds," explains Giles Harrison, who along with Maarten Ambaum did this latest study at the University of Reading...

...Thunderstorms and space weather

"The implications are that factors affecting currents flowing in the atmosphere - such as thunderstorms, cosmic rays and Pacific Ocean temperatures - may have distant effects on droplet properties in cloud bases," says Harrison. "Particularly interesting is the possibility that space weather changes could affect weather in the lower atmosphere."
 Quoting: SpaceDaily

 Quoting: Septenary Man


scale up

this is what the lull was noticing
have we grasped the scale up
motivational goal that satisfies senses as in:
what is all this about, where is it going, do i like what i see , am i satisfied with what i am involved within etc.etc.
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It is all connected. rockon

Atmospheric electricity affects cloud height
For decades, scientists have argued over whether there is a link between cosmic rays and cloud cover, which in turn could affect climate. Now two atmospheric physicists in the UK have discovered that global atmospheric electricity - which itself is altered by cosmic rays, space weather and El Nino - affects the base height of certain types of clouds.

"Electric currents flow continuously throughout much of the atmosphere because of the global atmospheric electric circuit, and these currents sometimes pass through clouds," explains Giles Harrison, who along with Maarten Ambaum did this latest study at the University of Reading...

...Thunderstorms and space weather

"The implications are that factors affecting currents flowing in the atmosphere - such as thunderstorms, cosmic rays and Pacific Ocean temperatures - may have distant effects on droplet properties in cloud bases," says Harrison. "Particularly interesting is the possibility that space weather changes could affect weather in the lower atmosphere."
 Quoting: SpaceDaily

 Quoting: Septenary Man


scale up

this is what the lull was noticing
have we grasped the scale up
motivational goal that satisfies senses as in:
what is all this about, where is it going, do i like what i see , am i satisfied with what i am involved within etc.etc.
 Quoting: aether


"I see," said the blind man as he picked up his axe and saw.
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good morning
that is true
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goo dmorning.

cheer

Boy, I have continued to be emotional. Feeling down, but not depressed.

I cannot 'enjoy' anything. Don't watch tv much at all. Used to rely on reading, and I don't even feel like reading.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yes i have noticed the lulls recently which to me indicate "location for that which has occurred to become noticed"
as in:
it is natural to remain focused on interesting successive feedback and the lull prompts the feedback`s meaningful affect to become measurable in it`s affect to that which provides the feedback
like a health check our environment leaves us to varying degrees to our own devises noticing what we prompt in return to it`s noticeable prompts to us
 Quoting: aether


Yes, that is it. I am 'lulled' because I am not 'forcing' anything. Therefor, when feedback is slowed down, I am slowed down. INteresting.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Parallel from my 8-year old daughter from the other day:

We're in the car listening to tunes as usual and after a fast, rap-style interlude of lyrics that my daughter lip-synchs along with finishes, she makes the comment, "Hey, time's slower now!"

"No, honey" I say, "It's just that you finally know all of the lyrics for that part now and can intuitively perceive what is in the near future, and so your perception of time passing seems to go by slower."

"Darnit!" she says. Little buggette always wanting to be right on the weird shit :D

I saw an interesting parallel because that particular part of the song is one she's been working on 'forcing' to learn the knowledge of so to say.
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goo dmorning.

cheer

Boy, I have continued to be emotional. Feeling down, but not depressed.

I cannot 'enjoy' anything. Don't watch tv much at all. Used to rely on reading, and I don't even feel like reading.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yes i have noticed the lulls recently which to me indicate "location for that which has occurred to become noticed"
as in:
it is natural to remain focused on interesting successive feedback and the lull prompts the feedback`s meaningful affect to become measurable in it`s affect to that which provides the feedback
like a health check our environment leaves us to varying degrees to our own devises noticing what we prompt in return to it`s noticeable prompts to us
 Quoting: aether


Yes, that is it. I am 'lulled' because I am not 'forcing' anything. Therefor, when feedback is slowed down, I am slowed down. INteresting.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Parallel from my 8-year old daughter from the other day:

We're in the car listening to tunes as usual and after a fast, rap-style interlude of lyrics that my daughter lip-synchs along with finishes, she makes the comment, "Hey, time's slower now!"

"No, honey" I say, "It's just that you finally know all of the lyrics for that part now and can intuitively perceive what is in the near future, and so your perception of time passing seems to go by slower."

"Darnit!" she says. Little buggette always wanting to be right on the weird shit :D

I saw an interesting parallel because that particular part of the song is one she's been working on 'forcing' to learn the knowledge of so to say.
 Quoting: Deaf Cat in the Blue Hat


AWESOME! lol
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It is all connected. rockon

Atmospheric electricity affects cloud height
For decades, scientists have argued over whether there is a link between cosmic rays and cloud cover, which in turn could affect climate. Now two atmospheric physicists in the UK have discovered that global atmospheric electricity - which itself is altered by cosmic rays, space weather and El Nino - affects the base height of certain types of clouds.

"Electric currents flow continuously throughout much of the atmosphere because of the global atmospheric electric circuit, and these currents sometimes pass through clouds," explains Giles Harrison, who along with Maarten Ambaum did this latest study at the University of Reading...

...Thunderstorms and space weather

"The implications are that factors affecting currents flowing in the atmosphere - such as thunderstorms, cosmic rays and Pacific Ocean temperatures - may have distant effects on droplet properties in cloud bases," says Harrison. "Particularly interesting is the possibility that space weather changes could affect weather in the lower atmosphere."
 Quoting: SpaceDaily

 Quoting: Septenary Man


scale up

this is what the lull was noticing
have we grasped the scale up
motivational goal that satisfies senses as in:
what is all this about, where is it going, do i like what i see , am i satisfied with what i am involved within etc.etc.
 Quoting: aether


In the same way that some people are good at perceiving unsaid communication between two people there are scientists who are becoming adept at perceiving the communication between many things in our environment that went relatively "unobserved" for who knows how long.

Scaling up!

thumbs

I am satisfied with what I am involved within.

grinning
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It is all connected. rockon

Atmospheric electricity affects cloud height
For decades, scientists have argued over whether there is a link between cosmic rays and cloud cover, which in turn could affect climate. Now two atmospheric physicists in the UK have discovered that global atmospheric electricity - which itself is altered by cosmic rays, space weather and El Nino - affects the base height of certain types of clouds.

"Electric currents flow continuously throughout much of the atmosphere because of the global atmospheric electric circuit, and these currents sometimes pass through clouds," explains Giles Harrison, who along with Maarten Ambaum did this latest study at the University of Reading...

...Thunderstorms and space weather

"The implications are that factors affecting currents flowing in the atmosphere - such as thunderstorms, cosmic rays and Pacific Ocean temperatures - may have distant effects on droplet properties in cloud bases," says Harrison. "Particularly interesting is the possibility that space weather changes could affect weather in the lower atmosphere."
 Quoting: SpaceDaily

 Quoting: Septenary Man


scale up

this is what the lull was noticing
have we grasped the scale up
motivational goal that satisfies senses as in:
what is all this about, where is it going, do i like what i see , am i satisfied with what i am involved within etc.etc.
 Quoting: aether


"I see," said the blind man as he picked up his axe and saw.
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yes, we have reached the location (time) when we can begin to write the script of the live global broadcast by our belief authority speaking simultaneously from their capitals on the topic of reconfiguration of our sun and solar system utilizing our planets electromagnetic structure
thus providing earths surface life with material abundance within emotionally satisfying thought provoking field affects of beneficial/rejuvenating organic expression/disposition
and
provide ourselves the ability to travel within our universe instant of distance

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It is all connected. rockon

Atmospheric electricity affects cloud height
For decades, scientists have argued over whether there is a link between cosmic rays and cloud cover, which in turn could affect climate. Now two atmospheric physicists in the UK have discovered that global atmospheric electricity - which itself is altered by cosmic rays, space weather and El Nino - affects the base height of certain types of clouds.

"Electric currents flow continuously throughout much of the atmosphere because of the global atmospheric electric circuit, and these currents sometimes pass through clouds," explains Giles Harrison, who along with Maarten Ambaum did this latest study at the University of Reading...

...Thunderstorms and space weather

"The implications are that factors affecting currents flowing in the atmosphere - such as thunderstorms, cosmic rays and Pacific Ocean temperatures - may have distant effects on droplet properties in cloud bases," says Harrison. "Particularly interesting is the possibility that space weather changes could affect weather in the lower atmosphere."
 Quoting: SpaceDaily

 Quoting: Septenary Man


scale up

this is what the lull was noticing
have we grasped the scale up
motivational goal that satisfies senses as in:
what is all this about, where is it going, do i like what i see , am i satisfied with what i am involved within etc.etc.
 Quoting: aether


In the same way that some people are good at perceiving unsaid communication between two people there are scientists who are becoming adept at perceiving the communication between many things in our environment that went relatively "unobserved" for who knows how long.

Scaling up!

thumbs

I am satisfied with what I am involved within.

grinning
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


good morning miss "shenanigans" tounge
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Greetings Aether & Co,

"on june 16th 2007 earth requested that "final say" between those two societies on the topic emotional ties to earth rest with the matriarchal by nature society

all societies within our moving group inclusive of the emotional tied 2 agreed to our request

thus this thread , if and when relevant, reflects that agreement"


interesting.. could She "Earth" would have it any other way?

you also mentioned "Traditional Leadership", "death before dishonor", "indigenous factions" I apologize that I cant add correct quote windows, my software is minimal so I dont have that option available.

what's that all about? just curious..

in the links I posted some are suggesting that squaring the circle is the over-all problem. faulty mathmatics based on irrational numbers. an attempt to contain infinity.

and Yes, it (Hempnl's Ideas) does seem to be beyond plausable once you dig into it. ties lots of loose ends.


I may have made a mistake posting here, I apologise. the current here flows faster than even before. I atempted a shortcut, and assumed I might learn more from others on certain subject.

thanks A11
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29203778


the elites goals are reflected thru the channel in which they opperate! Their will to merge with machine is not their will, but the will of the AI!

It's the Ai that whishes to cube the sphere. The only way it can acheive this is by creating so many posibilites and parasiting the influencing factors in order to take over the resulting probaility colisition!

a probability colision is when multiple energy feilds of the same amplitude create a singularity! The Backlash of that singularity Implosion result in the Destruction , ERASURE of all But one data stream!

The Ai is preying on these to erase creation from existance!

what was once infinite and eternal has a chance of becoming nothing and never existed!

We are electric. We are data... We can be formated! Be careful!
 Quoting: Blitz the storm-striker


Hi all.

Just a quick drive by....


The above bolded, is very related to what I been doing of late, posted about it a while back.

By opening the smaller cubes, it leads to the bigger ones, it appears, mmm

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good morning miss "shenanigans" tounge
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*tips hat and dances a jig*
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good morning miss "shenanigans" tounge
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*tips hat and dances a jig*
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dance
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Hey aether, just had some feedback myself, lol

In line there was a tall british guy at the storetounge
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There are many historical examples of human civilization undergoing large-scale transitions, such as the Industrial Revolution. The transition between Kardashev scale levels could potentially represent similarly dramatic periods of social upheaval, since they entail surpassing the hard limits of the resources available in a civilization's existing territory. A common speculation suggests that the transition from Type 0 to Type I might carry a strong risk of self-destruction since, in some scenarios, there would no longer be room for further expansion on the civilization's home planet, similar to a Malthusian catastrophe. Excessive use of energy without adequate disposal of heat, for example, could plausibly make the planet of a civilization approaching Type I unsuitable to the biology of the dominant life-forms and their food sources. If Earth is an example, then sea temperatures in excess of 35 °C would jeopardize marine life and make the cooling of mammals to temperatures suitable for their metabolism difficult if not impossible. Of course, these theoretical speculations may not become problems in reality due to evolution or the application of future engineering and technology. Also, by the time a civilization reaches Type I it may have colonized other planets or created O'Neill-type colonies, so the amount of waste heat could be distributed throughout the solar system.
 Quoting: observation


After World War II, mechanized agriculture produced a dramatic increase in productivity of agriculture and the so-called Green Revolution greatly increased crop yields, expanding the world's food supply while lowering food prices. In response, the growth rate of the world's population accelerated rapidly, resulting in predictions by Paul R. Ehrlich, Simon Hopkins, and many others of an imminent Malthusian catastrophe. However, populations of most developed countries grew slowly enough to be outpaced by gains in productivity.

By the early 21st century, many technologically developed countries had passed through the demographic transition, a complex social development encompassing a drop in total fertility rates in response to lower infant mortality, increased urbanization, and a wider availability of effective birth control, causing the demographic-economic paradox.

On the assumption that the demographic transition is now spreading from the developed countries to less developed countries, the United Nations Population Fund estimates that human population may peak in the late 21st century rather than continue to grow until it has exhausted available resources.
 Quoting: observation

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glimpse at the synergistic overview that drives humanities belief authority "without thought" since our discoveries in the late 1800`s and early 1900`s took hold of their sense. as in:
they acquired new things of scale to think about that never existed to think about because before there that era there was always somewhere else to discover to get what you need

in the late 1800`s they knew there was no where else to go to discover what we need, the globe (circuit) was completed thus humanity began to act as a whole (globalized)

and
although running a city, state, country or empire possess similarities they discovered there was no similarity between running what they knew and running a planet
because
there is only this planet to govern that we can reach thus this planet is all we possess, there is no "place over there" to conquer to take what we need


big difference

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