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doesn't surprise me in the least

ya REBEL you
 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


lol
 Quoting: Spin Nips

Trust a Canuck, I knoe what I'm saying
 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


Still not invited to your Little meeting?

Idol1
 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


Widow's son
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Cheers all. I wish I had a chinese kid throwing firecrackers in the background to make my exit on. But, i'll go traipse out to the garden and catch a bright moon peaking out of the clouds.

Buenos Paquito Muertes
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Cheers all. I wish I had a chinese kid throwing firecrackers in the background to make my exit on. But, i'll go traipse out to the garden and catch a bright moon peaking out of the clouds.

Buenos Paquito Muertes
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Cheers
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Good night, all.

Better yet, good dreams.
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Sorry but, you can't tell me me that we don't have something in Common.

:LilFuaaaone:
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Sorry but, you can't tell me me that we don't have something in Common.

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lmao
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that is so pretty to my senses
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It's a pink and green, am I seeing that right?
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Sorry but, you can't tell me me that we don't have something in Common.

:LilFuaaaone:
 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


lmao
 Quoting: Spin Nips


Spin it up
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11/15/2013 10:49 PM

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that is so pretty to my senses
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It's a pink and green, am I seeing that right?
 Quoting: TuKikO


Looks that way to me. :)


Is that an expression of the 'Doppler effect' in action?

Blue-ish meaning moving towards. Red-ish meaning moving away?

hmm


Seems so.

Motive is motion and motion uses sound in that context?
 Quoting: Fancypantz


yes, sound is the visible sign of motion/motive of something moving

 Quoting: aether


Interesting you say that.

I just finished this article and it mentioned the Doppler shift.


New Type of Quasar Found, Baffling Scientists

Astronomers have discovered a new type of quasar — an incredibly bright galactic core powered by a supermassive black hole that current theory fails to predict.

Models predict that a quasar's light and heat should push nearby gas out from the center and toward the fringes of the host galaxy. The newly found quasars do demonstrate this behavior, but, surprisingly, some of the gas also appears to be falling back to the center, researchers said.

"Matter falling into black holes may not sound surprising," study lead author Patrick Hall, an astronomer at York University in the United Kingdom, said in a statement. "But what we found is, in fact, quite mysterious and was not predicted by current theories."

[link to news.yahoo.com]
 Quoting: Seer777


Doppler Shift.

On Earth, humans can hear the Doppler shift in action when a car toots its horn as it zooms by. As it comes towards you, the sound waves are compressed and the horn's pitch sounds higher. After it passes, the sound waves lengthen and the pitch drops.
[link to news.yahoo.com]
 Quoting: Seer777


 Quoting: Seer777


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Still spinning :)
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Still spinning :)
 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


:fullform:
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Standing next



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So go on about a shell. I love hiding now
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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Very strange indeed :)
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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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When I see a wall, was it ever a good thing?

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When I see a wall, was it ever a good thing?


 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


Yes. Often.


As they say...Good fences make good neighbors.
That is also why both 'doors and locks' were created.

Indeed.

ThroughtheKeyhol

scales
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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When I see a wall, was it ever a good thing?


 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


Yes. Often.


As they say...Good fences make good neighbors.
That is also why both 'doors and locks' were created.

Indeed.

:ThroughtheKeyhol:

:scales:
 Quoting: Seer777


What about Faith Seer and trust? There shouldn't be that barrier, but it is still there
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Yes. Often.


As they say...Good fences make good neighbors.
That is also why both 'doors and locks' were created.

Indeed.

ThroughtheKeyhol

scales
 Quoting: Seer777


What about Faith Seer and trust? There shouldn't be that barrier, but it is still there
 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


Trust?

Who do you 'trust' Billy?
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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I like your quote Billy about laughing.


You think laughter really could be the best medicine?

My "mentor" said when he met the Dalai Lama the first thing the Dalai Lama even did was start laughing and then he whispered to him "it's all an illusion." Food for thought I guess. If one can heal themselves of cancer by laughing I suppose it can heal about anything...
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Yes. Often.


As they say...Good fences make good neighbors.
That is also why both 'doors and locks' were created.

Indeed.

:ThroughtheKeyhol:

:scales:
 Quoting: Seer777


What about Faith Seer and trust? There shouldn't be that barrier, but it is still there
 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


Trust?

Who do you 'trust' Billy?
 Quoting: Seer777


Nobody
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Yes. Often.


As they say...Good fences make good neighbors.
That is also why both 'doors and locks' were created.

Indeed.

ThroughtheKeyhol

scales
 Quoting: Seer777


What about Faith Seer and trust? There shouldn't be that barrier, but it is still there
 Quoting: Nice Boots Billy


Trust?

Who do you 'trust' Billy?
 Quoting: Seer777


'Initial trust' is often a given...We shake hands and introduce ourselves.


Further trust is earned. Continually thereafter. And further 'relationship' developed. Regardless of relation.


And so as it goes. Trust can be 'broken'...Fractured.

'Rebuilding' said, is often difficult, if not impossible.

However, if one properly rectifies for a 'breach of trust'... mends can be made if all parties are willing to accept.

And that is where forgiveness comes in. However, once trust is spurned by another, it remains. As potential of further behavior.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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I don't want to wander away again without saying something.
I am not a projectionist

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Isn't it weird how the Enochian letter which transliterates to "E" in English, looks like a 7?

e-Ee-Ee-E

Maybe it even sounds like the monolith "buzz" from 2001: A Space Odyssey?

...and then we have "E" (usually) as the first letter on our vision test charts... And it is associated with the Sun, and forms the number 13 in base-3.

T111

:ast-sol:
 Quoting: AkashicRecord


Nice.

I noticed some time ago, that 'E' can be rotated to form: M,W, and 3.
 Quoting: Seer777


Sigma as well.
[link to upload.wikimedia.org]
 Quoting: Seer777


I found this interesting regard Sigma and wanted add. The diagram looks like it says... Go--->Go--->Go.

Haha.


Self-energy

In theoretical physics and quantum field theory a particle's self-energy :Sigma: represents the contribution to the particle's energy, or effective mass, due to interactions between the particle and the system it is part of. For example, in electrostatics the self-energy of a given charge distribution is the energy required to assemble the distribution by bringing in the constituent charges from infinity, where the electric force goes to zero.

In a condensed matter context relevant to electrons moving in a material, the self-energy represents the potential felt by the electron due to the surrounding medium's interactions with it: for example, the fact that electrons repel each other means that a moving electron polarizes (causes to displace) the electrons in its vicinity and this in turn changes the potential the moving electron feels; these and other effects are included in the self-energy. In basic terms, the self energy is the energy that a particle has as a result of changes that it itself causes in its environment.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


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