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If the size and power of the wave starting at 1:45 doesn't raise the hair on your arms...nothing will.
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imagine how some of our imaginative writers would have recorded that event 2000 to 5000 years ago tounge
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Well, of course! Our output matches our input, we either push the ripples back out or willingly pull them in. Not just we do this, everything does this. We constantly send and receive from a myriad of sources including the original.
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That's insightful, thanks.
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You're welcome. And lest anyone begin to think me wise, allow me to throw up obligatory silly unicorn, lol. I'm too fey to be comfortable with thank yous, hence my stupid reply. Thus I share a weakness!
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Well, of course! Our output matches our input, we either push the ripples back out or willingly pull them in. Not just we do this, everything does this. We constantly send and receive from a myriad of sources including the original.
 Quoting: Bea Nameless


That's insightful, thanks.
 Quoting: HilosPP


You're welcome. And lest anyone begin to think me wise, allow me to throw up obligatory silly unicorn, lol. I'm too fey to be comfortable with thank yous, hence my stupid reply. Thus I share a weakness!
aaalways
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Haha, you say to the guy who thinks about ressurrecting unicorns too.
The Self-Annointed Golden Elohim; Israel's Foresaken.
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If the size and power of the wave starting at 1:45 doesn't raise the hair on your arms...nothing will.
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imagine how some of our imaginative writers would have recorded that event 2000 to 5000 years ago tounge
 Quoting: aether


No need to imagine.

The stories are everywhere...



The Story of Atrahasis.

Sumerian Great Deluge Myth.
[link to faculty.gvsu.edu]


Wall, listen constantly to me!
Reed hut, make sure you attend to all my words!
Dismantle the house, build a boat, . . .
Roof it like the Apsu
So the sun cannot see inside it!
Make upper decks and lower decks,
The tackle must be very strong,
The bitumen [a kind of tar] strong . . . (Dalley 29-30)

Atrahasis gathers the elders of Shuruppak and makes up an excuse to leave town: he says that Enki and Enlil are angry with each other and that Enki has commanded him to go down to the water's edge. Which he does, and there he builds his boat and fills it with every type of animal (the text is fragmentary here) and his family. Adad begins to thunder, and sick with impending doom ("his heart was breaking and he was vomiting bile"), Atrahasis seals up the door of the boat with bitumen (Dalley 31).

The storm and flood turn out to be more than the gods bargained for:

Like a wild ass screaming the winds howled
The darkness was total, there was no sun. . . .
As for Nintu the Great Mistress,
Her lips became encrusted with rime.
The great gods, the Annuna,
Stayed parched and famished.
The goddess watched and wept . . . (Dalley 31-32)

The great mother goddess complains bitterly about Enlil and Anu's shortcomings as decision-makers, and she weeps for the dead humans who "clog the river like dragonflies."


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I'm too fey

 Quoting: Bea Nameless


Pinkorb1

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hf
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If the size and power of the wave starting at 1:45 doesn't raise the hair on your arms...nothing will.
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imagine how some of our imaginative writers would have recorded that event 2000 to 5000 years ago tounge
 Quoting: aether


No need to imagine.

The stories are everywhere...



The Story of Atrahasis.

Sumerian Great Deluge Myth.
[link to faculty.gvsu.edu]


Wall, listen constantly to me!
Reed hut, make sure you attend to all my words!
Dismantle the house, build a boat, . . .
Roof it like the Apsu
So the sun cannot see inside it!
Make upper decks and lower decks,
The tackle must be very strong,
The bitumen [a kind of tar] strong . . . (Dalley 29-30)
 Quoting: Seer777


you just reminded me

Noah's Ark was circular raft made of reeds, according to ancient tablet

"Wall, wall! Reed wall, reed wall! Atram-Hasis, pay heed to my advice, that you may live forever! Destroy your house, build a boat; despise possessions And save life! Draw out the boat that you will built with a circular design; Let its length and breadth be the same."
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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So, what's the chance Enki warned more than once person?
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So, what's the chance Enki warned more than once person?
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One I mean.
The Self-Annointed Golden Elohim; Israel's Foresaken.
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No need to imagine.

The stories are everywhere...



The bitumen [a kind of tar] strong . . . (Dalley 29-30)
 Quoting: Seer777


you just reminded me

Noah's Ark was circular raft made of reeds, according to ancient tablet

 Quoting: aether


The Bronze Age collapse

The Bronze Age collapse is a transition in southwestern Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean from the Late Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age that some

historians believe was violent, sudden and culturally disruptive.

Cultural collapse of the Mycenaean kingdoms, the Hittite Empire in Anatolia and Syria, Egyptian Empire in Syria and Canaan interrupted trade routes and severely reduced literacy. In the first phase of this period,

almost every city between Troy and Gaza was violently destroyed,

and often left unoccupied thereafter: examples include Hattusa, Mycenae, Ugarit.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Ok, that's interesting, what else? What else occurred during the 16th century BCE (1599-1500BCE)?

1500BCE: Vedas are composed.
The Vedas (Sanskrit véda, "knowledge") are a large body of texts originating in ancient India. Composed in Vedic Sanskrit, the texts constitute the oldest layer of Sanskrit literature and the oldest scriptures of Hinduism.

Alluded to the existence of Vimanas: mythological flying machines described in Sanskrit epics.


1580 BCE:The Egyptians invented a new and better calendar. It is based on both the moon and a star. They observed the annual appearance of the brightest star in the sky, Sirius. This calendar was more advanced than the Babylonian calendar.

1550 BCE: Stonehenge is built

1540 BCE: History of ancient Israel and Judah—earliest date for Ahmose I founding the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt.

1534 BC—The oldest dated star chart was made in Ancient Egypt


 Quoting: Seer777






What happened in the 6th Millennium BCE (6000 BCE-5000 BCE)? Obviously the 5189 BCE date is toward the end of the 6th Millennium BCE.

Quote Wiki: During the 6th millennium BC, agriculture spread from the Balkans to Italy and Eastern Europe, and also from Mesopotamia to Egypt. World population was essentially stable at approximately 5 million, though some speculate up to 7 million.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

What else?
The Eruption of Mt. Etna.

Quote Wiki: Thousands of years ago, the eastern flank of the mountain experienced a catastrophic collapse, generating an enormous landslide in an event similar to that seen in the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. The landslide left a large depression in the side of the volcano, known as 'Valle del Bove' (Valley of the Ox). Research published in 2006 suggested this occurred around 6000 BC, and caused a huge tsunami, which left its mark in several places in the eastern Mediterranean. It may have been the reason the settlement of Atlit Yam (Israel), now below sea level, was suddenly abandoned around that time.[9]

A massive volcanic landslide off of Mt. Etna, Sicily caused a mega tsunami which devastated the eastern Mediterranean coastline on three continents.(1)
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

I followed the citation and found this:
Here it is:

SAO/NASA ADS Astronomy Abstract Service

Numerical simulations support the occurrence of a catastrophic tsunami impacting all of the eastern Mediterranean in early Holocene. The tsunami was triggered by a debris avalanche from Mt. Etna (Sicily, Italy) which entered the Ionian Sea in the order of minutes. Simulations show that the resulting tsunami waves were able to destabilize soft marine sediments across the Ionian Sea floor. This generated the well-known, sporadically located, ``homogenite'' deposits of the Ionian Sea, and the widespread megaturbidite deposits of the Ionian and Sirte Abyssal Plains. It is possible that, ~8 ka B.P., the Neolithic village of Atlit-Yam (Israel) was abandoned because of impact by the same Etna tsunami. Two other Pleistocenic megaturbidite deposits of the Ionian Sea can be explained by previous sector collapses from the Etna area.
[link to adsabs.harvard.edu]


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ouroboros
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Bea Nameless

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If the size and power of the wave starting at 1:45 doesn't raise the hair on your arms...nothing will.
 Quoting: Seer777


imagine how some of our imaginative writers would have recorded that event 2000 to 5000 years ago tounge
 Quoting: aether


No need to imagine.

The stories are everywhere...



The Story of Atrahasis.

Sumerian Great Deluge Myth.
[link to faculty.gvsu.edu]


Wall, listen constantly to me!
Reed hut, make sure you attend to all my words!
Dismantle the house, build a boat, . . .
Roof it like the Apsu
So the sun cannot see inside it!
Make upper decks and lower decks,
The tackle must be very strong,
The bitumen [a kind of tar] strong . . . (Dalley 29-30)

Atrahasis gathers the elders of Shuruppak and makes up an excuse to leave town: he says that Enki and Enlil are angry with each other and that Enki has commanded him to go down to the water's edge. Which he does, and there he builds his boat and fills it with every type of animal (the text is fragmentary here) and his family. Adad begins to thunder, and sick with impending doom ("his heart was breaking and he was vomiting bile"), Atrahasis seals up the door of the boat with bitumen (Dalley 31).

The storm and flood turn out to be more than the gods bargained for:

Like a wild ass screaming the winds howled
The darkness was total, there was no sun. . . .
As for Nintu the Great Mistress,
Her lips became encrusted with rime.
The great gods, the Annuna,
Stayed parched and famished.
The goddess watched and wept . . . (Dalley 31-32)

The great mother goddess complains bitterly about Enlil and Anu's shortcomings as decision-makers, and she weeps for the dead humans who "clog the river like dragonflies."


theripples
 Quoting: Seer777


The difference lies in the ability to communicate it on an explainable level. Back then, concepts that correspond to natural phenomena are ascribed to personifications. The context is missing in many ancient accounts due to the lack of understanding of within those chronicles. Things that lack mystery in objective observation take on the subjective mystery of the chronicler. The key lies in sorting what parts of the story is about a personification since the data is corrupted.
"Chaos exists as a pool of possibilities that order draws from and organizes according to creative desire. Some things get tossed down the memory hole only to reemerge later when the need arises. Neither chaos nor order holds a monopoly on creation and destruction, creative or destructive chaos exists as does creative and destructive order." - ME! Yeah, Bea :) snoocherdoodle@gmail.com
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I'm too fey

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Pinkorb1

pinkorb2


hf
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Light packets (energy) coming and going, so packed with potential they become visible within a camera that moves past the human spectrum. I'm not saying there's nothing mysterious mind you, well... maybe I am, lmao.
"Chaos exists as a pool of possibilities that order draws from and organizes according to creative desire. Some things get tossed down the memory hole only to reemerge later when the need arises. Neither chaos nor order holds a monopoly on creation and destruction, creative or destructive chaos exists as does creative and destructive order." - ME! Yeah, Bea :) snoocherdoodle@gmail.com
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I did some more research on other possible volcanic events of note around 3500 years ago. The number of occurrences is a bit eerie. I am sure there are more, this was what I could find in under 10 minutes. Judge for yourself:

The Eruption of Thera site of one of the largest volcanic eruptions in recorded history 3500 years ago.

Rincón de la Vieja Volcano is an active andesitic complex volcano in north-western Costa Rica, about 25 km from Liberia, in the province of Guanacaste. Little is known about Rincón de la Vieja's early eruptive history. It lies within a larger caldera, which indicates that a very large eruption probably occurred thousands of years ago. Analysis of nearby pyroclastic flow deposits shows that they were erupted in a moderately large eruption about 3500 years ago

Mt.St.Helens happened 3500 years ago which produced 13 times more material than in 1980.

Hayes Volcano Southcentral Alaska
1500 BC Hayes Volcano was largely destroyed in its last eruption about 3500 years ago and is difficult to detect, even from the air.

It is believed Chato first erupted 38,000 years ago during the Pleistocene period and last erupted about 3,500 years ago. Costa rica

Aniakchak (Alaska) erupted catastrophically about 3500 years ago and has exhibited much post-caldera activity. It is considered active, and consists of a 10 km-wide by 0.5 to 1.0 km deep caldera that was formed during this major eruptive event.

I am sure there are more but you get the idea. thoughts?
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hmm
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I'm too fey

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Pinkorb1

pinkorb2


hf
 Quoting: Seer777


Light packets (energy) coming and going, so packed with potential they become visible within a camera that moves past the human spectrum. I'm not saying there's nothing mysterious mind you, well... maybe I am, lmao.
 Quoting: Bea Nameless


Nothing mysterious at all.

It is what it is.

For myself, it's a fae...without question. I can see her wings, her face, and her rainbow halo.

See it?


I have a few images like this I took some years ago.

I do not share them on this forum due to the tendency of pressing against preconceived notions which often cause fear and a subsequent attack.

'Witch burnings' if you will. rolleyes




My comfort level rises however, in the company of familiar shores.

:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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i never knew what the label fae refereed to , it is rarely used in england

i knew fae before i knew people, in fact thinking about , it was fae that introduced me to other people , if they had not have been present ....
but they where tounge

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High-Voltage Orbiting Long Tether (HiVOLT):
A System for Remediation of the Van Allen Radiation Belts


..........Under funding from NASA's Institute for Advanced Concepts, TUI is currently investigating a novel concept for remediating the radiation belts to improve the safety and reliability of manned and unmanned missions in Earth orbit......................
 Quoting: nasa

[link to www.tethers.com]

tethers

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i never knew what the label fae refereed to , it is rarely used in england

i knew fae before i knew people, in fact thinking about , it was fae that introduced me to other people , if they had not have been present ....
but they where tounge

 Quoting: aether


Some people exude a fae nature, like they exist betwixt and between worlds. Shamans, just another label to describe it. But humans are by no means the only species that exhibits this trait. Many species known and unknown are quite capable of navigating multiple sets of territory, both physical and temporal, and translating that experience.

Last Edited by Bea Nameless on 10/02/2012 07:31 PM
"Chaos exists as a pool of possibilities that order draws from and organizes according to creative desire. Some things get tossed down the memory hole only to reemerge later when the need arises. Neither chaos nor order holds a monopoly on creation and destruction, creative or destructive chaos exists as does creative and destructive order." - ME! Yeah, Bea :) snoocherdoodle@gmail.com
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i never knew what the label fae refereed to , it is rarely used in england

i knew fae before i knew people, in fact thinking about , it was fae that introduced me to other people , if they had not have been present ....
but they where tounge

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Some people exude a fae nature, like they exist betwixt and between worlds. Shamans, just another label to describe it. But humans are by no means the only species that exhibits this trait.

Many species known and unknown are quite capable of navigating multiple sets of territory, both physical and temporal, and translating that experience.
 Quoting: Bea Nameless


:)

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Some people exude a fae nature, like they exist betwixt and between worlds. Shamans, just another label to describe it. But humans are by no means the only species that exhibits this trait. Many species known and unknown are quite capable of navigating multiple sets of territory, both physical and temporal, and translating that experience.
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your right beau and it`s nice to talk about it

thank you hugs
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did you guys talk about this n the 22nd?
Boomerang doom!



Thread: Pin!!! The Meteors Seen All Around The World (21st Sep) Was ONE Meteor & Grazed In & Out Of Earths Atmosphere - 1st Time EVER


Dynamicists believe a large meteoroid broke apart as it passed over Ireland on the night of September 21, 2012. Slowed by its atmospheric passage, the object entered a temporary orbit around Earth and returned to the sky over eastern North America 155 minutes later.




Amazing Meteor Boomerangs Around Earth

For the first time ever, a meteor has grazed in and out of Earth's atmosphere, slowing enough to become a temporary satellite that lasted a full orbit.

Friday-night crowds were out and about when the bolide appeared, delighting and amazing untold thousands as it broke into dozens of pieces as it glided east to east across the sky. Dirk Ross, who tracks bright meteors and meteorite finds worldwide, logged 564 eyewitness reports from England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, and Norway.

A few hours later, Ross received another burst of 126 sightings. But these weren't from Europe — instead, a fireball had appeared over southeastern Canada and the U.S. Northeast. What at first seemed the unlikely arrival of two dramatic bolides in a single night is now known to be something much more historic and scientifically profound.

Mathematician Esko Lyytinen, a member of the Finnish Fireball Working Group of the Ursa Astronomical Association, has analyzed both sets of sightings and concludes that the two events resulted from a single object encountering Earth that night. He believes a large body grazed the upper atmosphere, dipping to an altitude of 33 miles (53 km) over Ireland before escaping back to space. Because it arrived moving at only about 8 miles (13 km) per second, barely above Earth's escape velocity, it lingered for more than a minute as it crossed the sky. (This explains why some witnesses mistook it for reentering spacecraft debris.)


Read the rest here:
[link to www.skyandtelescope.com]


First Time Ever Event and we got to see it...WOW


5a5a5a
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SKRILLEX - Bangarang
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sooooooooooooooo reminded me of the new years eve fireball

woot
5a
that puppy went from the west banged over and went over Florida

is that possible?

NEW YEAR'S FIREBALL: The first bright fireball of the New Year streaked over the southwestern USA on Jan. 1st at 03:15 UT. It was visible from Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico. "I was able to see it out my window," reports amateur astronomer Thomas Ashcraft from his rural observatory outside of Santa Fe. "It was brilliant turquoise blue." Ashcraft operates a combination all-sky camera/forward-scatter meteor radar system, which captured the fireball's flight. Click on the image to play the movie--and don't forget to turn up the volume to hear the ghostly radar echo [link to spaceweather.com]
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what is funny is I invited a week before my birthday the same girls I hung out with on new years eve the same girls who saw this fireball over florida

and since then I have made new friends here and every single one of them I ask what were you doing new years eve were you out side

NO ONE saw this fire ball
and being totally shit faced didn't help me lol but the other girls were not so drunk K

they saw it...

this thing came out of the constellation Orion the night before my neighbor and I saw it..

the videos and images I saw for Ireland looked like it was at an angle like it would land

dont know what it was but in my crazy ass mind im thinking it could have been something else...

what I saw new years eve wasnt at an angle it was flying like a plane a jet giant fireball

ill never forget it
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[link to chat.godlikeproductions.com] tonight freaks

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my screen name for tonight is hello
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did you guys talk about this n the 22nd?
Boomerang doom!



Thread: Pin!!! The Meteors Seen All Around The World (21st Sep) Was ONE Meteor & Grazed In & Out Of Earths Atmosphere - 1st Time EVER


Dynamicists believe a large meteoroid broke apart as it passed over Ireland on the night of September 21, 2012. Slowed by its atmospheric passage, the object entered a temporary orbit around Earth and returned to the sky over eastern North America 155 minutes later.




Amazing Meteor Boomerangs Around Earth

For the first time ever, a meteor has grazed in and out of Earth's atmosphere, slowing enough to become a temporary satellite that lasted a full orbit.

Friday-night crowds were out and about when the bolide appeared, delighting and amazing untold thousands as it broke into dozens of pieces as it glided east to east across the sky. Dirk Ross, who tracks bright meteors and meteorite finds worldwide, logged 564 eyewitness reports from England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, and Norway.

A few hours later, Ross received another burst of 126 sightings. But these weren't from Europe — instead, a fireball had appeared over southeastern Canada and the U.S. Northeast. What at first seemed the unlikely arrival of two dramatic bolides in a single night is now known to be something much more historic and scientifically profound.

Mathematician Esko Lyytinen, a member of the Finnish Fireball Working Group of the Ursa Astronomical Association, has analyzed both sets of sightings and concludes that the two events resulted from a single object encountering Earth that night. He believes a large body grazed the upper atmosphere, dipping to an altitude of 33 miles (53 km) over Ireland before escaping back to space. Because it arrived moving at only about 8 miles (13 km) per second, barely above Earth's escape velocity, it lingered for more than a minute as it crossed the sky. (This explains why some witnesses mistook it for reentering spacecraft debris.)


Read the rest here:
[link to www.skyandtelescope.com]


First Time Ever Event and we got to see it...WOW


5a5a5a
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SKRILLEX - Bangarang

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reading for first time, i never noticed when it happened
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my screen name for tonight is hello
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our friend she has flu , i was in bed
hope it was a fun night

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whoa
love this image

Focusing on Fusion
Oct 03, 2012

Hypothetically, how does the Sun produce heat and light enough to sustain life on Earth at a mean distance of 149,476,000 kilometers?

According to spectrographic analysis, the Sun is composed primarily of hydrogen gas (71%), with 27% helium and the remainder thought to be minute percentages of oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur, carbon, and six other elements. Although every element on Earth can be seen in a spectrogram of the Sun, those 12 make up 99.9% of its mass..............................

...................The stars receive their power from outside, not inside. Any nuclear reactions are taking place on the surface of the Sun and not in its core. The solar wind is an electric current connecting the Sun with its family of planets and with its galactic clan, so the 90-year-old theory of fusion firing the solar furnace needs to be reexamined.
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I know it's common practice here to hit something with a stick to see what happens, but how about we instead nurture the good things we've found this time?

They'll be everyone's eventually, if you don't kill your hope.
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Morning aether.
The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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Let me know when you figure it out. I'll be here just enjoying it, not over-thinking it.
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10/03/2012 10:11 AM
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Re: X Marks the Spot
Hey guys. sun

Just a little curious, but did anyone notice anything with the last CME that supposedly encountered Earth the other day?


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