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now wait a minute is this a joke towards me?

btw i had no choice in the matter when I moved here...

long story...

many here are from new york and mass. they hate the snow.... thats why they live here...

fen paradise every day here...

thats how i felt every day when I first moved here like a vacation every day...

then that wore off... hahaha

now im old people... I smell like peanut butter..
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LOL yeah but you're tough you can handle a little joking.
But it is true, elevated humidity levels are great for sensory input like psychic phenomonea and other stuff...

That's why the middle of the night is usually the witching hour, increased humidity, morning dew and all that. There's really more to that...water is a carrier etc.

I was just saying yesterday It never occurred me to move somewhere that had a climate more suitable to my nature but after this winter I'm bringing that thought into my reality because I'm so farkin' sick of winter.

gaah
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well I have to say ive been (weird) all my life doesnt matter where I live im still (weird) so does enviremnt have an effect?

nah...


and many of the old people come here to pretty much rot and die...

someone needs to ban old people from driving.... while we are at it here...
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Whoa...


This is the first song that came on when I changed stations just now on Pandora.

Look at the number.

O.o


Wow.


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Yeah well, anyone who who says they are not affected by their environment find out eventually that indeed they ARE.
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Especially when it starts talking to you...

chuckle

:rollseyes:
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Whoa...


This is the first song that came on when I changed stations just now on Pandora.

Look at the number.

O.o


Wow.


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It had 8887 views when I found it.

:infinity:

lol.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Sounds like that movie HOST.

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yah I saw the trailers for that



looks like a good one..... ive had nightmares in the past about something in the air... coming through my ac unit into my home... about dormant virus activated ones that are deep inside doing nothing just waiting........... example shingles.. shingles is from chicken pox...


It may be startling, but according to the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) of Maryland, we each house two to five pounds (1.0 to 2.26 kilograms) of live bacteria inside our bodies. These microorganisms come in good and bad varieties, or more to the point, can be helpful or harmful. While the vast amount of attention is given to the bad kinds because of their potential for creating illness, humans share a necessary symbiotic relationship with many types of helpful bacteria. Some are crucial to our very survival. [link to www.wisegeek.org]
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That's what the research I posted about earlier is looking at, the genome sequencing, and how the info jumps cell to cell, they can "predict" communities within the genome and look at the behaviors, if you take that large scale and look at humans and human communities it functions the same.
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Yeah well, anyone who who says they are not affected by their environment find out eventually that indeed they ARE.
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Especially when it starts talking to you...

chuckle

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you are hearing the voices again?


just whisper back at them the key word

'mayonnaise' say it 3 times they will go away

chuckle
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That's what the research I posted about earlier is looking at, the genome sequencing, and how the info jumps cell to cell, they can "predict" communities within the genome and look at the behaviors, if you take that large scale and look at humans and human communities it functions the same.
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what about star dust?
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Are we really all made of stardust?
We are all made of stardust. It sounds like a line from a poem, but there is some solid science behind this statement too: almost every element on Earth was formed at the heart of a star.

Next time youíre out gazing at stars twinkling in the night sky, spare a thought for the tumultuous reactions they play host to. Itís easy to forget that stars owe their light to the energy released by nuclear fusion reactions at their cores. These are the very same reactions which created chemical elements like carbon or iron - the building blocks which make up the world around us.

After the Big Bang, tiny particles bound together to form hydrogen and helium. As time went on, young stars formed when clouds of gas and dust gathered under the effect of gravity, heating up as they became denser. At the starsí cores, bathed in temperatures of over 10 million degrees C, hydrogen and then helium nuclei fused to form heavier elements. A reaction known as nucleosynthesis.

This reaction continues in stars today as lighter elements are converted into heavier ones. Relatively young stars like our Sun convert hydrogen to produce helium, just like the first stars of our universe. Once they run out of hydrogen, they begin to transform helium into beryllium and carbon. As these heavier nuclei are produced, they too are burnt inside stars to synthesise heavier and heavier elements. Different sized stars play host to different fusion reactions, eventually forming everything from oxygen to iron. [link to www.physics.org]
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Are we really all made of stardust?
We are all made of stardust. It sounds like a line from a poem, but there is some solid science behind this statement too: almost every element on Earth was formed at the heart of a star.

Next time youíre out gazing at stars twinkling in the night sky, spare a thought for the tumultuous reactions they play host to. Itís easy to forget that stars owe their light to the energy released by nuclear fusion reactions at their cores. These are the very same reactions which created chemical elements like carbon or iron - the building blocks which make up the world around us.

After the Big Bang, tiny particles bound together to form hydrogen and helium. As time went on, young stars formed when clouds of gas and dust gathered under the effect of gravity, heating up as they became denser. At the starsí cores, bathed in temperatures of over 10 million degrees C, hydrogen and then helium nuclei fused to form heavier elements. A reaction known as nucleosynthesis.

This reaction continues in stars today as lighter elements are converted into heavier ones. Relatively young stars like our Sun convert hydrogen to produce helium, just like the first stars of our universe. Once they run out of hydrogen, they begin to transform helium into beryllium and carbon. As these heavier nuclei are produced, they too are burnt inside stars to synthesise heavier and heavier elements. Different sized stars play host to different fusion reactions, eventually forming everything from oxygen to iron. [link to www.physics.org]
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abduct

hf
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Plasma Cosmology vs the Big Bang (theory of how the universe came to be)? I don't see a reason for why both can not happen at the same time. There would be no vortex, swirl, plasma if there are no bang. The thinking of plasma materialize out of nowhere is weird. However, both contradict law of conservation. [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
 Quoting: observation


Plasma cosmology has no theoretical beginning, the universe is of an unknown age and extent.
vs
Big Bang has a theoretical beginning, the universe has a known age and is limited in extent.

There could not be more difference, the theories are not reconcilable. [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
 Quoting: observation


The big bang model is nonsense. Red shift theory has been falsified, and that takes big bang down with it. [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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Plasma Cosmology vs the Big Bang (theory of how the universe came to be)? I don't see a reason for why both can not happen at the same time. There would be no vortex, swirl, plasma if there are no bang. The thinking of plasma materialize out of nowhere is weird. However, both contradict law of conservation.
 Quoting: observation


Plasma cosmology has no theoretical beginning, the universe is of an unknown age and extent.
vs
Big Bang has a theoretical beginning, the universe has a known age and is limited in extent.

There could not be more difference, the theories are not reconcilable.
 Quoting: observation


The big bang model is nonsense. Red shift theory has been falsified, and that takes big bang down with it.
 Quoting: observation


[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: aether


I was briefly glancing through a book at my sister's house this past weekend.

One of the pages I flipped to said that God has a plan, and He manifested this plan when the Big Bang took place. It went on to say that the universe will end when God's plan is complete, and that it is stupidly naive to think that the universe is eternal, as it would mean God had nothing to 'complete'.

I lol'ed, and asked, "What is this shit?"

chuckle
 Quoting: Septenary Man


it get`s worse, all our faiths believe one way or another the universe is to be destroyed
imagine how that affects the underlying meaning to every adults unconscious thought
everything including them is destined by their gods will to be destroyed
how much will you really care what happens to anything when everything is walking dead
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Plasma Cosmology vs the Big Bang (theory of how the universe came to be)? I don't see a reason for why both can not happen at the same time. There would be no vortex, swirl, plasma if there are no bang. The thinking of plasma materialize out of nowhere is weird. However, both contradict law of conservation.
 Quoting: observation


Plasma cosmology has no theoretical beginning, the universe is of an unknown age and extent.
vs
Big Bang has a theoretical beginning, the universe has a known age and is limited in extent.

There could not be more difference, the theories are not reconcilable.
 Quoting: observation


The big bang model is nonsense. Red shift theory has been falsified, and that takes big bang down with it.
 Quoting: observation


[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: aether


I was briefly glancing through a book at my sister's house this past weekend.

One of the pages I flipped to said that God has a plan, and He manifested this plan when the Big Bang took place. It went on to say that the universe will end when God's plan is complete, and that it is stupidly naive to think that the universe is eternal, as it would mean God had nothing to 'complete'.

I lol'ed, and asked, "What is this shit?"

chuckle
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it get`s worse, all our faiths believe one way or another the universe is to be destroyed
imagine how that affects the underlying meaning to every adults unconscious thought
everything including them is destined by their gods will to be destroyed
how much will you really care what happens to anything when everything is walking dead
 Quoting: aether


How do you destroy nothing?
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Plasma Cosmology vs the Big Bang (theory of how the universe came to be)? I don't see a reason for why both can not happen at the same time. There would be no vortex, swirl, plasma if there are no bang. The thinking of plasma materialize out of nowhere is weird. However, both contradict law of conservation.
 Quoting: observation


Plasma cosmology has no theoretical beginning, the universe is of an unknown age and extent.
vs
Big Bang has a theoretical beginning, the universe has a known age and is limited in extent.

There could not be more difference, the theories are not reconcilable.
 Quoting: observation


The big bang model is nonsense. Red shift theory has been falsified, and that takes big bang down with it.
 Quoting: observation


[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: aether


I was briefly glancing through a book at my sister's house this past weekend.

One of the pages I flipped to said that God has a plan, and He manifested this plan when the Big Bang took place. It went on to say that the universe will end when God's plan is complete, and that it is stupidly naive to think that the universe is eternal, as it would mean God had nothing to 'complete'.

I lol'ed, and asked, "What is this shit?"

chuckle
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Infinity and the arc say the plan is complete before it even began.

How is anything judged but by that which it is not? delimiters
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How do you destroy nothing?
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possess the same belief that believes something arises from nothing

i imagine

it`s nut`s to me tounge

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Plasma Cosmology vs the Big Bang (theory of how the universe came to be)? I don't see a reason for why both can not happen at the same time. There would be no vortex, swirl, plasma if there are no bang. The thinking of plasma materialize out of nowhere is weird. However, both contradict law of conservation.
 Quoting: observation


Plasma cosmology has no theoretical beginning, the universe is of an unknown age and extent.
vs
Big Bang has a theoretical beginning, the universe has a known age and is limited in extent.

There could not be more difference, the theories are not reconcilable.
 Quoting: observation


The big bang model is nonsense. Red shift theory has been falsified, and that takes big bang down with it.
 Quoting: observation


[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: aether


I was briefly glancing through a book at my sister's house this past weekend.

One of the pages I flipped to said that God has a plan, and He manifested this plan when the Big Bang took place. It went on to say that the universe will end when God's plan is complete, and that it is stupidly naive to think that the universe is eternal, as it would mean God had nothing to 'complete'.

I lol'ed, and asked, "What is this shit?"

chuckle
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Infinity and the arc say the plan is complete before it even began.

How is anything judged but by that which it is not? delimiters
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Beautifully stated Dion.
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How do you destroy nothing?
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possess the same belief that believes something arises from nothing

i imagine

it`s nut`s to me tounge
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Me too. I've never felt that the universe will end.
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How do you destroy nothing?
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possess the same belief that believes something arises from nothing

i imagine

it`s nut`s to me tounge
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my operative definition of nothing is perfect action. As imperfect action requires vindication through alliegences.
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How do you destroy nothing?
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possess the same belief that believes something arises from nothing

i imagine

it`s nut`s to me tounge
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Me too. I've never felt that the universe will end.
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Not even after all the taquitos and shooters have been served?
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Infinity and the arc say the plan is complete before it even began.

How is anything judged but by that which it is not? delimiters
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does the arc and infinity label eternity a plan
or is that human intervention into the unknown by them at this moment

i wonder
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I was briefly glancing through a book at my sister's house this past weekend.

One of the pages I flipped to said that God has a plan, and He manifested this plan when the Big Bang took place. It went on to say that the universe will end when God's plan is complete, and that it is stupidly naive to think that the universe is eternal, as it would mean God had nothing to 'complete'.

I lol'ed, and asked, "What is this shit?"

chuckle
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Infinity and the arc say the plan is complete before it even began.

How is anything judged but by that which it is not? delimiters
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Beautifully stated Dion.
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Sign sign everywhere a sign.
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How do you destroy nothing?
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possess the same belief that believes something arises from nothing

i imagine

it`s nut`s to me tounge
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my operative definition of nothing is perfect action. As imperfect action requires vindication through alliegences.
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'perfect'.

My operative definition of 'perfection' is that it is entirely dynamic and never fully attainable, as it would result in...nothing more. chuckle
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Infinity and the arc say the plan is complete before it even began.

How is anything judged but by that which it is not? delimiters
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does the arc and infinity label eternity a plan
or is that human intervention into the unknown by them at this moment

i wonder
 Quoting: aether


Humanity is a temporary condition, forever becoming alien and then around again.
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I was briefly glancing through a book at my sister's house this past weekend.

One of the pages I flipped to said that God has a plan, and He manifested this plan when the Big Bang took place. It went on to say that the universe will end when God's plan is complete, and that it is stupidly naive to think that the universe is eternal, as it would mean God had nothing to 'complete'.

I lol'ed, and asked, "What is this shit?"

chuckle
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Infinity and the arc say the plan is complete before it even began.

How is anything judged but by that which it is not? delimiters
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Beautifully stated Dion.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Sign sign everywhere a sign.
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Fucking up the scenery, breaking my mind.
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How do you destroy nothing?
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possess the same belief that believes something arises from nothing

i imagine

it`s nut`s to me tounge
 Quoting: aether


Me too. I've never felt that the universe will end.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Not even after all the taquitos and shooters have been served?
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That would produce another Big Bang.
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How do you destroy nothing?
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possess the same belief that believes something arises from nothing

i imagine

it`s nut`s to me tounge
 Quoting: aether


my operative definition of nothing is perfect action. As imperfect action requires vindication through alliegences.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


'perfect'.

My operative definition of 'perfection' is that it is entirely dynamic and never fully attainable, as it would result in...nothing more. chuckle
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Not true, As for it to begin it must be. The breadth of directions chosen each perfectly round.

Every dimension above the 3rd is a choice and a capacity breeding itself.

Attainment requires all the pitfalls and potholes of memory and it's capacitance.

Try to completely be enveloped by what you are doing and then tell me what the man on the left had for dinner.

Memory reaches it's own conclusions with shrinkwrapped answers.
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my operative definition of nothing is perfect action. As imperfect action requires vindication through alliegences.
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I use to desire said...for years...


However, once it was proven to myself beyond a reasonable doubt, it became a burden I no longer carried.

It became unnecessary to seek, IOW.

Say for instance the traumatizing events of 9/11.

Many, many, many people perceived that event beforehand.


For me, I began to perceive it about two weeks in advance which was normal for me at the time.


Once that event had been set in motion, as far as all the parts put in place with no foreseeable blockage, the event occurs.

The intention and will of the 'hijackers' was perceived by the sensitive. The rising of that devastating wave perceived.


For instance, the night before 9/11 I was sitting in a bar with my then new to me partner. The anxiety was so bad that I was literally shaking under the weight of it.

I was breathless from it.

I couldn't hold it in any longer...


I looked at him and said,

"Something terrible is about to happen...and it's going to change everything..."


hf
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