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Seer777
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Good morning everyone.

Dion, it's nice to see you back. :)
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Cheers, Easter ecoli was a gas.

No wonder Buddha found the final enlightenment after eating a bad piece of pork.
 Quoting: Guac Du Mollay


That sounds awful. I thought ecoli was specifically from cows or their dung.


Either way, nothing quite like feeling better after being sick. Turns the volume down on other perceived problems not directly related to ones health...

Are you back up to full strength?
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Good morning everyone.

Dion, it's nice to see you back. :)
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Cheers, Easter ecoli was a gas.

No wonder Buddha found the final enlightenment after eating a bad piece of pork.
 Quoting: Guac Du Mollay


That sounds awful. I thought ecoli was specifically from cows or their dung.


Either way, nothing quite like feeling better after being sick. Turns the volume down on other perceived problems not directly related to ones health...

Are you back up to full strength?
 Quoting: Seer777


lol, after 26 there is no such thing. After children doubly so ;). After a life time of bars, tours and bohemian living triply so.

But, Who's counting??.

As long as I'm not declaring whoops while I bend over to get something I'm counting myself whole. :)
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lol, after 26 there is no such thing. After children doubly so ;). After a life time of bars, tours and bohemian living triply so.

But, Who's counting??.

As long as I'm not declaring whoops while I bend over to get something I'm counting myself whole. :)
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rofl

Last Easter was awful for me. I spent the entire day in a pool of tears and had to skip the family gathering as I appeared to have been punched in both eyes.

Only to be born again the next day, with the strength to continue moving forward. Letting go of all that which I had
planned previous.

I am happy to hear of your return to wholeness.

IndraReflected

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On another note...I feel the week ahead may be an interesting one.

I am looking forward to it. Perhaps if I can sneak away, I will the hit the beach.

:)
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Seems Carnival Cruises are jinxed these days!!!

"According to meteorological experts, the excessive winds were produced by a phenomenon known as a gravity wave, which is difficult to predict and typically does not produce winds of the level of severity experienced Wednesday."


[link to www.cruisecritic.com]

In case you're wondering, here's what a "gravity wave" looks like...


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14516845

Thread: "Gravity Wave" hits Carnival Cruise ship in dock and breaks mooring...

that /z\ is an interesting video and this \z/ is an in explanation

In fluid dynamics, gravity waves are waves generated in a fluid medium or at the interface between two media (e.g., the atmosphere and the ocean) which has the restoring force of gravity or buoyancy.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

In physics, fluid dynamics is a subdiscipline of fluid mechanics that deals with fluid flow—the natural science of fluids (liquids and gases) in motion
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Fluid mechanics is the branch of physics that studies fluids (liquids, gases, and plasmas) and the forces on them.
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

only at the end do we enter the domain of cause
the forces on them
thus whatever these forces are they cause the visible signs we see
and
we have discovered the forces are not only gravity
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Gnosticism, the marriage of one ages myths with another's 'religion', esoterically obscuring the knowledge as pictographic cartoons.

Wasn't John the Redeemer a fucking peach?
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John the Redeemer. Which one was he?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


The one who stripped the flesh from Hypatia of alexandria's bone with broken clam shells.

so much for the religion of agape.

It set the basis for the next 1600 years of xenophobic pogroms.
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Is history always doomed to repeat itself? I'd say so if there is ignorance of what never was.

I watched that movie the Crucible with Winona Rider and it was based off a true story/event. I just think how crazy it is that one person could create a thoughtform so big that the whole town looses its common sense over one persons vengeance. I would be scared if rationality is lost forever.
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Gnosticism, the marriage of one ages myths with another's 'religion', esoterically obscuring the knowledge as pictographic cartoons.

Wasn't John the Redeemer a fucking peach?
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John the Redeemer. Which one was he?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


The one who stripped the flesh from Hypatia of alexandria's bone with broken clam shells.

so much for the religion of agape.

It set the basis for the next 1600 years of xenophobic pogroms.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Is history always doomed to repeat itself? I'd say so if there is ignorance of what never was.

I watched that movie the Crucible with Winona Rider and it was based off a true story/event. I just think how crazy it is that one person could create a thoughtform so big that the whole town looses its common sense over one persons vengeance. I would be scared if rationality is lost forever.
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Humans are panicky creatures and fear is contagious. Man destroys what he fears and find justification while doing so, within group think.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Interesting.
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A late 2000s theory is that the Gould Belt formed about 30 million years ago when a blob of dark matter collided with the molecular cloud in our region.
 Quoting: Serpens South Star Cluster

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That's crazy. That is how I imagined sections of the universe being birthed a few years ago.

I saw it as two or more layers (membranes/bubbles), merging.

Basically, it is as if the membranes could not hold out the different 'blobs' on either side of the membrane. When they 'merged' they formed new/different structure/functions within that merged zone.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


There is also evidence for similar Gould belts in other galaxies.
 Quoting: [link to en.wikipedia.org]


I often wonder can we feel the dark matter coming closer, stored in the ‘membrane’, creation brushing up against itself (‘merged zone’).
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Weird you say this, yesterday I posted a little of my dream. The one with triangles and circles. Later though in the night I had another dream about black blobs on roof tops creeping and waiting. There was people below, like a carnival type place having fun. But I kept hearing 'don't drink the water'. My impression was the black blobs were waiting for the people that were drinking the carnival water. Whatever that all means, lol
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Gnosticism, the marriage of one ages myths with another's 'religion', esoterically obscuring the knowledge as pictographic cartoons.

Wasn't John the Redeemer a fucking peach?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


John the Redeemer. Which one was he?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


The one who stripped the flesh from Hypatia of alexandria's bone with broken clam shells.

so much for the religion of agape.

It set the basis for the next 1600 years of xenophobic pogroms.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Is history always doomed to repeat itself? I'd say so if there is ignorance of what never was.

I watched that movie the Crucible with Winona Rider and it was based off a true story/event. I just think how crazy it is that one person could create a thoughtform so big that the whole town looses its common sense over one persons vengeance. I would be scared if rationality is lost forever.
 Quoting: fancy 30238953


Rationality is what scares me, as it fears both the novel and the imaginative.

It is a veneer and a false mask, inviting demons behind the eyes under the guise of toeing the party line.

At least the feral and predatory can be easily identified and avoided as unlike the rational never comes in the disguise of friend.
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Good morning everyone.

Dion, it's nice to see you back. :)
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good morning
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Good morning aether.

Market starts tomorrow. It will be nice to start bringing steady income in once again. Winter is always dreaded for its inherent difficulty.

:)


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John the Redeemer. Which one was he?
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The one who stripped the flesh from Hypatia of alexandria's bone with broken clam shells.

so much for the religion of agape.

It set the basis for the next 1600 years of xenophobic pogroms.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Is history always doomed to repeat itself? I'd say so if there is ignorance of what never was.

I watched that movie the Crucible with Winona Rider and it was based off a true story/event. I just think how crazy it is that one person could create a thoughtform so big that the whole town looses its common sense over one persons vengeance. I would be scared if rationality is lost forever.
 Quoting: fancy 30238953


Rationality is what scares me, as it fears both the novel and the imaginative.

It is a veneer and a false mask, inviting demons behind the eyes under the guise of toeing the party line.

At least the feral and predatory can be easily identified and avoided as unlike the rational never comes in the disguise of friend.
 Quoting: Guac Du Mollay


Ok, that is really interesting. I wouldn't have thought of it like that. So what would be something that fears not the novel or the imaginative? You have me thinking.
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Good morning everyone.

Dion, it's nice to see you back. :)
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good morning
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Good morning aether.

Market starts tomorrow. It will be nice to start bringing steady income in once again. Winter is always dreaded for its inherent difficulty.

:)


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GoodMorningz
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chuckle
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wink


Breakfast of champions.

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The one who stripped the flesh from Hypatia of alexandria's bone with broken clam shells.

so much for the religion of agape.

It set the basis for the next 1600 years of xenophobic pogroms.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Is history always doomed to repeat itself? I'd say so if there is ignorance of what never was.

I watched that movie the Crucible with Winona Rider and it was based off a true story/event. I just think how crazy it is that one person could create a thoughtform so big that the whole town looses its common sense over one persons vengeance. I would be scared if rationality is lost forever.
 Quoting: fancy 30238953


Rationality is what scares me, as it fears both the novel and the imaginative.

It is a veneer and a false mask, inviting demons behind the eyes under the guise of toeing the party line.

At least the feral and predatory can be easily identified and avoided as unlike the rational never comes in the disguise of friend.
 Quoting: Guac Du Mollay


Ok, that is really interesting. I wouldn't have thought of it like that. So what would be something that fears not the novel or the imaginative? You have me thinking.
 Quoting: fancy 30238953


A fluid dynamic, In essence a community which does not pinion itself to a centralized tenet, but reacts and modifies itself . However, I don't see it as a possibility in our current state of specialization.

The caste has been woven too deep for most.
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Tarantula the size of a dinner plate discovered in Sri Lanka

A new species of tarantula roughly the size of a dinner plate has been discovered in a Sri Lankan village.
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[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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Tarantula the size of a dinner plate discovered in Sri Lanka

A new species of tarantula roughly the size of a dinner plate has been discovered in a Sri Lankan village.
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 Quoting: aether


lol.


I blame Luna...she's often posting that picture of the little girl eating that gigantic spider.

Seems Nature wanted to one up her a bit for a laugh.

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Is history always doomed to repeat itself? I'd say so if there is ignorance of what never was.

I watched that movie the Crucible with Winona Rider and it was based off a true story/event. I just think how crazy it is that one person could create a thoughtform so big that the whole town looses its common sense over one persons vengeance. I would be scared if rationality is lost forever.
 Quoting: fancy 30238953


Rationality is what scares me, as it fears both the novel and the imaginative.

It is a veneer and a false mask, inviting demons behind the eyes under the guise of toeing the party line.

At least the feral and predatory can be easily identified and avoided as unlike the rational never comes in the disguise of friend.
 Quoting: Guac Du Mollay


Ok, that is really interesting. I wouldn't have thought of it like that. So what would be something that fears not the novel or the imaginative? You have me thinking.
 Quoting: fancy 30238953


A fluid dynamic, In essence a community which does not pinion itself to a centralized tenet, but reacts and modifies itself . However, I don't see it as a possibility in our current state of specialization.

The caste has been woven too deep for most.
 Quoting: Guac Du Mollay


I agree with that. I call that the way of the coyote. They are adaptable.
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John the Redeemer. Which one was he?
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The one who stripped the flesh from Hypatia of alexandria's bone with broken clam shells.

so much for the religion of agape.

It set the basis for the next 1600 years of xenophobic pogroms.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31036731


Is history always doomed to repeat itself? I'd say so if there is ignorance of what never was.

I watched that movie the Crucible with Winona Rider and it was based off a true story/event. I just think how crazy it is that one person could create a thoughtform so big that the whole town looses its common sense over one persons vengeance. I would be scared if rationality is lost forever.
 Quoting: fancy 30238953


Rationality is what scares me, as it fears both the novel and the imaginative.

It is a veneer and a false mask, inviting demons behind the eyes under the guise of toeing the party line.

At least the feral and predatory can be easily identified and avoided as unlike the rational never comes in the disguise of friend.
 Quoting: Guac Du Mollay


^
Rationally speaking of course.

chuckle
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Tarantula the size of a dinner plate discovered in Sri Lanka

A new species of tarantula roughly the size of a dinner plate has been discovered in a Sri Lankan village.
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[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
 Quoting: aether


spiders are a theme it seems, lol I was in line and the truck in front of me had a huge picture of a black widow with the hourglass on its back.
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Tarantula the size of a dinner plate discovered in Sri Lanka

A new species of tarantula roughly the size of a dinner plate has been discovered in a Sri Lankan village.
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[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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spiders are a theme it seems, lol I was in line and the truck in front of me had a huge picture of a black widow with the hourglass on its back.
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X marks the spot.
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Tarantula the size of a dinner plate discovered in Sri Lanka

A new species of tarantula roughly the size of a dinner plate has been discovered in a Sri Lankan village.
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[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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spiders are a theme it seems, lol I was in line and the truck in front of me had a huge picture of a black widow with the hourglass on its back.
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i am in the midst of a deja vu with this spider
i know it has been discovered before and i know i posted it`s discovery before

i like it tounge
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'advanced' search.

so to speak.


have a great day every 1.
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mmmmmmm. to change the world child, you need only change your mind.
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Don't call aether a child. It is patronizing and offensive.
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You got some crazy ideas on this forum.....no wonder Web Of Trust thing has a yellow sign on this site....be cautious. a forum full of crazy ideas, and some people have some serious issues on here. this place is considered the laughing stock by most places on the net....nothing to be proud of either. the only good thing about this site NOT every topic on this site is crazy and nonsensical and absurd. I advise all sane people to get the hell off this site before you become a paranoid person filled with magical and illogical and irrational thoughts and ideas.
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mmmmmmm. to change the world child, you need only change your mind.
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Don't call aether a child. It is patronizing and offensive.
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to you, however,

to enter the kingdom of GOD one must be like a child. what is wrong with being a child, we are all childeren. childeren are not slaves to ideals or bound by inaqucy's and bigitory etc. etc

it was compliment.
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You got some crazy ideas on this forum.....no wonder Web Of Trust thing has a yellow sign on this site....be cautious. a forum full of crazy ideas, and some people have some serious issues on here. this place is considered the laughing stock by most places on the net....nothing to be proud of either. the only good thing about this site NOT every topic on this site is crazy and nonsensical and absurd. I advise all sane people to get the hell off this site before you become a paranoid person filled with magical and illogical and irrational thoughts and ideas.
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physian, heal yourself.
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Are children an offence? If not how can they be offended or offensive.

They play well and hold no grudges.
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fluid mechanics by definition is material motion caused by the affect of the material the material in motion is within thus all belief in the accuracy of fluid mechanics is founded upon the belief that all motion has a material cause

this belief forgot about /z\ gravity
gravity is a non material cause that causes affect within all material things thus fluid mechanics is the visible sign of material forced to move in the manner non material force dictates it must

this lead to realization that for non material to cause material to move, non material it`self must possess structure to function thus the ingredients that are the ingredients of non material structure were the next discovery quest

once the ingredients where discovered a simple test was applied
change the ingredients within the non material structure of a material object and discover if it alters the law of fluid mechanics as in:
changed gravities affect upon it`s motion
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mmmmmmm. to change the world child, you need only change your mind.
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Don't call aether a child. It is patronizing and offensive.
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to you, however,

to enter the kingdom of GOD one must be like a child. what is wrong with being a child, we are all childeren. childeren are not slaves to ideals or bound by inaqucy's and bigitory etc. etc

it was compliment.
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To be 'like a child' is not the same as 'calling' one a child.

As you know.
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Well...my computer crashed for the last half hour or so. That was frustrating. I have uninstalled AVG and am considering Panda Cloud.

Thoughts?

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