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New Heart

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Yeah, I remember that...lol.

Do you have some kind of computer program that retrieves your past posts?

How do you do that? Some kind of archive?
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teddy said that to me once, he believed the only way i recalled posts was to have an index, he believed that cos he can not imagine feedback and "dowsing" which is you know in realtime what fits from past to complete the present and you just use a word you know is in the post to retieve the post in the search box
you know it is there cos you know it fits and it is always there because it fits
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ok...So you use keywords to retrieve it. Seer said she remembered the date and specific thread...Which is very impressive...Rainwoman.


tounge
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I love that feature, not just to help me find what I'm looking for, but the other posts that come up that are also related to the keyword search, sometimes I just play with it and key information gets run past me again :)
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Hello beautiful, I was watching oye and corner go at you the other day, it made my blood boil, I wanted to step in, but I when feeling like that am best stepping away from keyboard.

Yet I did catch up with corner, on another thread, let him know how out of order they were :)


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i have no clue what or where this is


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That is strange.

It is in Thai and says 'The turbine wheel or the Group MEW.'
At least that is what google translate says, lol

but went to another translate and says:

'Measure turbine or the temple in flint, a kite '

More cherts and kitesafro
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Weird, I was reading off topic about wind turbines a few days ago.
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[link to www.geo.tv]

Gwadar island spewing methane
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i have no clue what or where this is


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That is strange.

It is in Thai and says 'The turbine wheel or the Group MEW.'
At least that is what google translate says, lol

but went to another translate and says:

'Measure turbine or the temple in flint, a kite '

More cherts and kitesafro
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Google che kung and the images pop up
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09/25/2013 08:11 AM
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[link to www.mygroupon.co.th]
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Over 90% of the Earth's crust is made from silicate rocks. Without them plants and trees would not grow. "The weathering of silicate rocks is a key process in soil formation and a source of essential plant nutrients,"
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Gwadar island spewing methane
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Subduction zones mark sites of convective downwelling of Earth's lithosphere (the crust plus the top brittle portion of the upper mantle). Subduction zones exist at convergent plate boundaries where one plate of oceanic lithosphere converges with another plate. The descending slab—the subducting plate—is over-ridden by the leading edge of the other plate. The slab sinks at an angle of approximately twenty-five to forty-five degrees to Earth's surface. At a depth of approximately 80–120 kilometres, the basalt of the oceanic slab is converted to a metamorphic rock called eclogite. At this point, the density of the oceanic lithosphere increases and it is carried into mantle by the down-welling convective currents. It is at subduction zones that Earth's lithosphere, oceanic crust, sedimentary layers, and some trapped water are recycled into the deep mantle.
 Quoting: [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Gwadar island spewing methane
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Subduction zones mark sites of convective downwelling of Earth's lithosphere (the crust plus the top brittle portion of the upper mantle). Subduction zones exist at convergent plate boundaries where one plate of oceanic lithosphere converges with another plate. The descending slab—the subducting plate—is over-ridden by the leading edge of the other plate. The slab sinks at an angle of approximately twenty-five to forty-five degrees to Earth's surface. At a depth of approximately 80–120 kilometres, the basalt of the oceanic slab is converted to a metamorphic rock called eclogite. At this point, the density of the oceanic lithosphere increases and it is carried into mantle by the down-welling convective currents. It is at subduction zones that Earth's lithosphere, oceanic crust, sedimentary layers, and some trapped water are recycled into the deep mantle.
 Quoting: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

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Zalzala Jazeera, possibly a mud volcano...
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During the operation, the town's infrastructure was nearly demolished. More than 200,000 people were displaced. After the operation, the army troops had discovered bomb factories and schools for teenage suicide bombers. The hate literature and CDs were also confiscated by the army. Four months later the villagers were forbidden from returning home. Their wheat was rotted in the fields. But Pakistani military commanders insist they have been merciful in their application of "collective punishment". Bulldozers and explosives experts turned Spinkai's bazaar into a mile-long pile of rubble. Petrol stations, shops, and even parts of the hospital were levelled or blown up. The villagers were forbidden from returning to their homes.
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Guess folks should be more careful about naming military operations an earthquake. The AH-1 was the backbone of the United States Army's attack helicopter fleet.
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"Mahaamaayaa who represents the supreme virtue by reigning over all three virtues, has Bhimalochana as her Bhairava, and derides the worldly trappings by dancing naked, resides in this cave of Hingula that enshrines her sacred head."
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Moon. That spells moon.

"Mahaamaayaa who represents the supreme virtue by reigning over all three virtues, has Bhimalochana as her Bhairava, and derides the worldly trappings by dancing naked, resides in this cave of Hingula that enshrines her sacred head."
 Quoting: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

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An important stop during the pilgrimage is the mud volcano called Chandrakup literally 'Moon Well'.
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That is strange.

It is in Thai and says 'The turbine wheel or the Group MEW.'
At least that is what google translate says, lol

but went to another translate and says:

'Measure turbine or the temple in flint, a kite '

More cherts and kitesafro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704


Good morning.

Not sure if it correlates but I nearly mentioned 'MEW' a couple days ago as what is created by rotating the '3'.

3, M, E, W.

:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Moondance - Van Morrison



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Saw this yesterday and wanted to share.


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)O(
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)O(
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3
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)O(
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Triple
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Waxing
Full
Waning
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Triple
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Waxing
Full
Waning
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3
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M O O N That Spells



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[link to www.geo.tv]

Gwadar island spewing methane
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704


Subduction zones mark sites of convective downwelling of Earth's lithosphere (the crust plus the top brittle portion of the upper mantle). Subduction zones exist at convergent plate boundaries where one plate of oceanic lithosphere converges with another plate. The descending slab—the subducting plate—is over-ridden by the leading edge of the other plate. The slab sinks at an angle of approximately twenty-five to forty-five degrees to Earth's surface. At a depth of approximately 80–120 kilometres, the basalt of the oceanic slab is converted to a metamorphic rock called eclogite. At this point, the density of the oceanic lithosphere increases and it is carried into mantle by the down-welling convective currents. It is at subduction zones that Earth's lithosphere, oceanic crust, sedimentary layers, and some trapped water are recycled into the deep mantle.
 Quoting: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47378446


I found this.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
But I don't think that was the story or place I was told of. There is a place in east tennessee that was mined and was caves that was shut down but I think it was because of sulfur not methane. I'll post if I can find.
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Gwadar island spewing methane
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704


Subduction zones mark sites of convective downwelling of Earth's lithosphere (the crust plus the top brittle portion of the upper mantle). Subduction zones exist at convergent plate boundaries where one plate of oceanic lithosphere converges with another plate. The descending slab—the subducting plate—is over-ridden by the leading edge of the other plate. The slab sinks at an angle of approximately twenty-five to forty-five degrees to Earth's surface. At a depth of approximately 80–120 kilometres, the basalt of the oceanic slab is converted to a metamorphic rock called eclogite. At this point, the density of the oceanic lithosphere increases and it is carried into mantle by the down-welling convective currents. It is at subduction zones that Earth's lithosphere, oceanic crust, sedimentary layers, and some trapped water are recycled into the deep mantle.
 Quoting: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47378446


I found this.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
But I don't think that was the story or place I was told of. There is a place in east tennessee that was mined and was caves that was shut down but I think it was because of sulfur not methane. I'll post if I can find.
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derp to me, here it is

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Moon. That spells moon.

"Mahaamaayaa who represents the supreme virtue by reigning over all three virtues, has Bhimalochana as her Bhairava, and derides the worldly trappings by dancing naked, resides in this cave of Hingula that enshrines her sacred head."
 Quoting: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47378446


An important stop during the pilgrimage is the mud volcano called Chandrakup literally 'Moon Well'.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47378446


In the link

The Makran Coastal Highway linking Karachi with Gwadar runs parallel to Balochistan's Arabian Sea coast. It was built by Frontier Works Organisation and follows the same path which Alexander the Great took when he ended his campaign. The highway has made the pilgrimage and visiting the shrine very convenient.
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Moon. That spells moon.

"Mahaamaayaa who represents the supreme virtue by reigning over all three virtues, has Bhimalochana as her Bhairava, and derides the worldly trappings by dancing naked, resides in this cave of Hingula that enshrines her sacred head."
 Quoting: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47378446


An important stop during the pilgrimage is the mud volcano called Chandrakup literally 'Moon Well'.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47378446


In the link

The Makran Coastal Highway linking Karachi with Gwadar runs parallel to Balochistan's Arabian Sea coast. It was built by Frontier Works Organisation and follows the same path which Alexander the Great took when he ended his campaign. The highway has made the pilgrimage and visiting the shrine very convenient.
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Hingula means cinnabar (HgS Mercuric Sulphide).
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This is really inspiring...

Thread: The Amazing Transformation of a Guy Who Didn't Give Up!
Feel like giving up ?

hf
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:)
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Moon. That spells moon.

"Mahaamaayaa who represents the supreme virtue by reigning over all three virtues, has Bhimalochana as her Bhairava, and derides the worldly trappings by dancing naked, resides in this cave of Hingula that enshrines her sacred head."
 Quoting: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47378446


An important stop during the pilgrimage is the mud volcano called Chandrakup literally 'Moon Well'.
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I don't think I've heard of mud volcanoes before

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

About 86% of the gas released from these structures is methane, with much less carbon dioxide and nitrogen emitted.
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That is strange.

It is in Thai and says 'The turbine wheel or the Group MEW.'
At least that is what google translate says, lol

but went to another translate and says:

'Measure turbine or the temple in flint, a kite '

More cherts and kitesafro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704


Good morning.

Not sure if it correlates but I nearly mentioned 'MEW' a couple days ago as what is created by rotating the '3'.

3, M, E, W.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Good morning. Interesting. In the one link with the turbines it has 3 blades.
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Moon. That spells moon.

"Mahaamaayaa who represents the supreme virtue by reigning over all three virtues, has Bhimalochana as her Bhairava, and derides the worldly trappings by dancing naked, resides in this cave of Hingula that enshrines her sacred head."
 Quoting: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47378446


An important stop during the pilgrimage is the mud volcano called Chandrakup literally 'Moon Well'.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47378446


I don't think I've heard of mud volcanoes before

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

About 86% of the gas released from these structures is methane, with much less carbon dioxide and nitrogen emitted.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704


For those of us that watched the Gulf underwater cams, besides a few discussing Methane Hydrates, the Cinnabar color really stood out too. There was a rich Yellow color too. The Red and Yellow though is what I try to reproduce when I do the Solar prints (lithographs) of the ROV images.