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aether (OP)

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Now relax and safe time for happy!

Bye the foofy foofer donkyheds .
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nice, i feel relaxation

hi
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Yes. Perfectnes of safeties.
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rarely is an instrument of such scope and power not solely used for the purposes it was intended.

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Connecting people? I agree wholeheartedly...

Connecting minds, ideas, creativity, with instant access? :)

I remember pining away in my bedroom waiting for these days as a child. I knew they were coming. And the wait was difficult.


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This was great. And exactly what I was talking about 2 nights ago.

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
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Did anyone watch this video? /z\


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give the right man the right idea and amazing things can happen...

:)

you never know who might read your words here and what affect they might have....

let the information flow brothers...

:)
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:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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rarely is an instrument of such scope and power not solely used for the purposes it was intended.

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Connecting people? I agree wholeheartedly...

Connecting minds, ideas, creativity, with instant access? :)

I remember pining away in my bedroom waiting for these days as a child. I knew they were coming. And the wait was difficult.


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This was great. And exactly what I was talking about 2 nights ago.

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Seer777


Did anyone watch this video? /z\


[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
give the right man the right idea and amazing things can happen...

:)

you never know who might read your words here and what affect they might have....

let the information flow brothers...

:)
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:)
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i thought the guy kept his feet on the ground really well when you showed that video, i wonder how media and he have experienced each other since he went onto y tube
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I thought the way he explained the Internet and the 'group of teens' he has assembled in regard to the Internet quite telling.

Also I found the idea of the 'XPrize' intriguing.

X Prize Foundation
XPRIZE is a non-profit organization that designs and manages public competitions intended to encourage technological development that could benefit mankind. Their Board of Trustees include Elon Musk, James Cameron, Larry Page, Arianna Huffington, Ratan Tata among others.

The XPRIZE mission is to bring about “radical breakthroughs for the benefit of humanity” through incentivized competition. It fosters high-profile competitions that motivate individuals, companies and organizations across all disciplines to develop innovative ideas and technologies that help solve the grand challenges that restrict humanity’s progress.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


Super smart kid. Connected with other super smart kids over the web, I have no doubt in my mind, can change the world. Adults too. ;)

[link to www.xprize.org]
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I thought the way he explained the Internet and the 'group of teens' he has assembled in regard to the Internet quite telling.

Also I found the idea of the 'XPrize' intriguing.

X Prize Foundation
XPRIZE is a non-profit organization that designs and manages public competitions intended to encourage technological development that could benefit mankind. Their Board of Trustees include Elon Musk, James Cameron, Larry Page, Arianna Huffington, Ratan Tata among others.

The XPRIZE mission is to bring about “radical breakthroughs for the benefit of humanity” through incentivized competition. It fosters high-profile competitions that motivate individuals, companies and organizations across all disciplines to develop innovative ideas and technologies that help solve the grand challenges that restrict humanity’s progress.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


Super smart kid. Connected with other super smart kids over the web, I have no doubt in my mind, can change the world. Adults too. ;)

[link to www.xprize.org]
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i like that notion
do they operate open source i wonder

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I thought the way he explained the Internet and the 'group of teens' he has assembled in regard to the Internet quite telling.

Also I found the idea of the 'XPrize' intriguing.

X Prize Foundation
XPRIZE is a non-profit organization that designs and manages public competitions intended to encourage technological development that could benefit mankind. Their Board of Trustees include Elon Musk, James Cameron, Larry Page, Arianna Huffington, Ratan Tata among others.

The XPRIZE mission is to bring about “radical breakthroughs for the benefit of humanity” through incentivized competition. It fosters high-profile competitions that motivate individuals, companies and organizations across all disciplines to develop innovative ideas and technologies that help solve the grand challenges that restrict humanity’s progress.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


Super smart kid. Connected with other super smart kids over the web, I have no doubt in my mind, can change the world. Adults too. ;)

[link to www.xprize.org]
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X Prize Foundation
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

does not seem to be going anywhere thus far, is the feeling
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I thought the way he explained the Internet and the 'group of teens' he has assembled in regard to the Internet quite telling.

Also I found the idea of the 'XPrize' intriguing.

X Prize Foundation
XPRIZE is a non-profit organization that designs and manages public competitions intended to encourage technological development that could benefit mankind. Their Board of Trustees include Elon Musk, James Cameron, Larry Page, Arianna Huffington, Ratan Tata among others.

The XPRIZE mission is to bring about “radical breakthroughs for the benefit of humanity” through incentivized competition. It fosters high-profile competitions that motivate individuals, companies and organizations across all disciplines to develop innovative ideas and technologies that help solve the grand challenges that restrict humanity’s progress.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


Super smart kid. Connected with other super smart kids over the web, I have no doubt in my mind, can change the world. Adults too. ;)

[link to www.xprize.org]
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X Prize Foundation
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

does not seem to be going anywhere thus far, is the feeling
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This is what intrigues me in particular.

People enjoy competition and challenge and it does drive innovation.

I see other ways such an idea could be implemented. Especially, in the now rather boring, inefficient, and outdated schooling system.

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rarely is an instrument of such scope and power not solely used for the purposes it was intended.

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Connecting people? I agree wholeheartedly...

Connecting minds, ideas, creativity, with instant access? :)

I remember pining away in my bedroom waiting for these days as a child. I knew they were coming. And the wait was difficult.


 Quoting: Seer777




This was great. And exactly what I was talking about 2 nights ago.

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Seer777


Did anyone watch this video? /z\


[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
give the right man the right idea and amazing things can happen...

:)

you never know who might read your words here and what affect they might have....

let the information flow brothers...

:)
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:)
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I remember that kid. He is a really good speaker. I learned a lot about nano watching his video. I'll have to watch that one later. So cool
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I thought the way he explained the Internet and the 'group of teens' he has assembled in regard to the Internet quite telling.

Also I found the idea of the 'XPrize' intriguing.

X Prize Foundation
XPRIZE is a non-profit organization that designs and manages public competitions intended to encourage technological development that could benefit mankind. Their Board of Trustees include Elon Musk, James Cameron, Larry Page, Arianna Huffington, Ratan Tata among others.

The XPRIZE mission is to bring about “radical breakthroughs for the benefit of humanity” through incentivized competition. It fosters high-profile competitions that motivate individuals, companies and organizations across all disciplines to develop innovative ideas and technologies that help solve the grand challenges that restrict humanity’s progress.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


Super smart kid. Connected with other super smart kids over the web, I have no doubt in my mind, can change the world. Adults too. ;)

[link to www.xprize.org]
 Quoting: Seer777


X Prize Foundation
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

does not seem to be going anywhere thus far, is the feeling
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This is what intrigues me in particular.

People enjoy competition and challenge and it does drive innovation.

I see other ways such an idea could be implemented. Especially, in the now rather boring, inefficient, and outdated schooling system.
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that is good to hear
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I remember that kid. He is a really good speaker. I learned a lot about nano watching his video. I'll have to watch that one later. So cool
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Not sure I have seen that one. I look for it.

[link to ih2.redbubble.net]

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I remember that kid. He is a really good speaker. I learned a lot about nano watching his video. I'll have to watch that one later. So cool
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Not sure I have seen that one. I look for it.

[link to ih2.redbubble.net]

:P
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Is it this one?


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I'll see when I get back. Can't click on videos at the moment. I think that might be the one. It was him talking abt his invention to diagnose pancreatic cancer with nano
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What happens if indras net is coated with something like in this picture?

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from this
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Nanomaterials

Recently povidone-iodine has found application in the field of nanomaterials. A wound-healing application has been developed which employs a mat of single wall carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) coated in a monolayer of povidone-iodine.[11] It has been previously shown that the polymer polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP, povidone) can coil around individual carbon nanotubes to make them water-soluble.[12] This povidone-iodine coated carbon nanotube mat serves an electrically conductive bandage with antiseptics properties. Traditionally povidone-iodine is soaked into absorbent materials for application to wound sites, but this can lead to contact burns if excessive amounts of povidone-iodine are used. Additionally, traditional methods can allow large quantities of povidone-iodine to be released from the bandage material upon contact with fluids at the wound site. Meanwhile, the carbon nanotube supported povidone-iodine is prevented from escaping from the bandage in large amounts, and after an initial release of excess povidone-iodine to the wound site, a secondary slow release of iodine from the carbon nanotube bound povidone takes place.

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that prompts a thought tounge
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Started when I saw this

at abt 4:12 talks of carbon nanotubes, plus there is a red x in the video, lol
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This is the video
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Searched iodine lol
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Just ran into the color purple
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This is funny

Iodine is rare in the solar system and Earth's crust (47–60th in abundance); however, iodide salts are often very soluble in water. Iodine occurs in slightly greater concentrations in seawater than in rocks, 0.05 vs. 0.04 ppm. Minerals containing iodine include caliche, found in Chile.
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Wine is purple...

tounge


:BeMerry:
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Bump for seawater and wine, lol, since german beer night
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yeah, same video
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HEEHAW HEEEEEEHAW I are stupid dumby donkers.!
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LOL
dumby donkers?

hee haw LOL
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I'd like the whole world to say the same word at the same position in time.
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what motive will prompt all people upon gaia experiencing singular effect caused by themselves
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i suppose the motive will be caused by recent discovery that causes all belief upon gaia to believe something that all belief before recent discovery agree is true thus all belief upon gaia is emotionally comfortable to cause the singular effect caused by ourselves to become true
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what does faith believe is safe for all people of faith to believe is true

should we start here /z\
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is faith time invarient
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When I got closer (I actually got under it before I took this video) I could see it was an array of lights like lines in a 6 point star pattern. I couldn't clearly see the body of the object but I would guess it was round judging by the array of lights. They were constantly changing color...red, blue, purple, green, yellow...but the quality of the light was unlike anything I've seen. It wasn't radiating light...that is to say it didn't illuminate itself...but it was very bright and the colors were vibrant. I would estimate its altitude was about 1,000 feet. It was silent.

The other lights in the video are reflections of the car panel on the windshield. It's annoying but it does give you a reference point for the movement of the object. It does some strange things.


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Thread: I just saw a UFO. Got some interesting video on my iPhone (video)
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what motive will prompt all people upon gaia experiencing singular effect caused by themselves
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i suppose the motive will be caused by recent discovery that causes all belief upon gaia to believe something that all belief before recent discovery agree is true thus all belief upon gaia is emotionally comfortable to cause the singular effect caused by ourselves to become true
 Quoting: aether


what does faith believe is safe for all people of faith to believe is true

should we start here /z\
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is faith time invarient
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This is interesting on time:

Thread: Remember "Quantum Leap"??

Was thinking about time. Say the inner most time is ones birth and then time just nests around it like spheres. The faster acceleration/velocity bends time and those spheres bend into a ring like torus, same as what the non material does.
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faith or belief is what drives passion/emotion, imo
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Interesting video from quantum leap thread

its clever and True

The arrow does not really move only time moves
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I understand that totally....but now quantum physics comes into play. Is there a way to effect the past from the future.

Example you have two water molecules one in the "Past" and one in the "Future" and to advance it to the future you must change its mass. So since the "Quantum Link" you could essentially alter the future and vice versa. Subtract mass from the molecule and it's starts going towards the past. The "Quantum Link" law cannot be broken so you effect the future molecule you can change the past.

Does that make sense to anyone?
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This video holds the answers you seek.


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i suppose the motive will be caused by recent discovery that causes all belief upon gaia to believe something that all belief before recent discovery agree is true thus all belief upon gaia is emotionally comfortable to cause the singular effect caused by ourselves to become true
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what does faith believe is safe for all people of faith to believe is true

should we start here /z\
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is faith time invarient
 Quoting: aether


This is interesting on time:

Thread: Remember "Quantum Leap"??

Was thinking about time. Say the inner most time is ones birth and then time just nests around it like spheres. The faster acceleration/velocity bends time and those spheres bend into a ring like torus, same as what the non material does.
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spark of life = noticed by environment because you become something to notice

how does that feel
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Copper became the focus of mining in the Santa Cruz Valley and elsewhere in Southern Arizona beginning in the late 1880s. By 1907, Southern Arizona led world copper production. Copper production ceased in 1951.
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A new mine is opening in the Santa Rita Mountains. Awaiting the Section 404. permit.

The regional, local and property geology of the Rosemont deposit consists of Precambrian sedimentary and intrusive rocks, which form the regional basement under a Palaeozoic sequence of quartzites, siltstones, and carbonate rocks. Sedimentary deposition ceased for a time during uplift and formation of a widespread unconformity in the early Mesozoic, and then resumed with the deposition of continental and shallow marine deposits.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Copper became the focus of mining in the Santa Cruz Valley and elsewhere in Southern Arizona beginning in the late 1880s. By 1907, Southern Arizona led world copper production. Copper production ceased in 1951.
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A new mine is opening in the Santa Rita Mountains. Awaiting the Section 404. permit.

The regional, local and property geology of the Rosemont deposit consists of Precambrian sedimentary and intrusive rocks, which form the regional basement under a Palaeozoic sequence of quartzites, siltstones, and carbonate rocks. Sedimentary deposition ceased for a time during uplift and formation of a widespread unconformity in the early Mesozoic, and then resumed with the deposition of continental and shallow marine deposits.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Las Limas Monument 1 is a greenstone figure of a youth holding a limp were-jaguar baby.
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Let's talk about those figures on the wiki page.
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Copper became the focus of mining in the Santa Cruz Valley and elsewhere in Southern Arizona beginning in the late 1880s. By 1907, Southern Arizona led world copper production. Copper production ceased in 1951.
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A new mine is opening in the Santa Rita Mountains. Awaiting the Section 404. permit.

The regional, local and property geology of the Rosemont deposit consists of Precambrian sedimentary and intrusive rocks, which form the regional basement under a Palaeozoic sequence of quartzites, siltstones, and carbonate rocks. Sedimentary deposition ceased for a time during uplift and formation of a widespread unconformity in the early Mesozoic, and then resumed with the deposition of continental and shallow marine deposits.
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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced the final designation of approximately 764, 207 acres of critical habitat for the jaguar (Panthera onca) under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). This habitat is found within Pima, Santa Cruz and Cochise counties in Arizona, and Hidalgo County in New Mexico. The final rule takes effect on April 4, 2014
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I was not aware this was going down on the date of my post about the copper mine on April 3. Now I am aware.

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Copper became the focus of mining in the Santa Cruz Valley and elsewhere in Southern Arizona beginning in the late 1880s. By 1907, Southern Arizona led world copper production. Copper production ceased in 1951.
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A new mine is opening in the Santa Rita Mountains. Awaiting the Section 404. permit.

The regional, local and property geology of the Rosemont deposit consists of Precambrian sedimentary and intrusive rocks, which form the regional basement under a Palaeozoic sequence of quartzites, siltstones, and carbonate rocks. Sedimentary deposition ceased for a time during uplift and formation of a widespread unconformity in the early Mesozoic, and then resumed with the deposition of continental and shallow marine deposits.
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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced the final designation of approximately 764, 207 acres of critical habitat for the jaguar (Panthera onca) under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). This habitat is found within Pima, Santa Cruz and Cochise counties in Arizona, and Hidalgo County in New Mexico. The final rule takes effect on April 4, 2014
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I was not aware this was going down on the date of my post about the copper mine on April 3. Now I am aware.

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Water is the biggest question mark needing resolution, he said. Declining to be very specific about individual issues, he said they include those related to the Army Corps of Engineers Clean Water Act permit, impacts on “downstream resources” such as Davidson Canyon and Cienega Creek, and water-supply and water-quality issues in general.
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Interesting video from quantum leap thread

its clever and True

The arrow does not really move only time moves
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I understand that totally....but now quantum physics comes into play. Is there a way to effect the past from the future.

Example you have two water molecules one in the "Past" and one in the "Future" and to advance it to the future you must change its mass. So since the "Quantum Link" you could essentially alter the future and vice versa. Subtract mass from the molecule and it's starts going towards the past. The "Quantum Link" law cannot be broken so you effect the future molecule you can change the past.

Does that make sense to anyone?
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This video holds the answers you seek.


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we discovered that our field of gravity is one of the forces experienced that is instant experience everywhere as in: universal same instant experience everywhere
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Copper became the focus of mining in the Santa Cruz Valley and elsewhere in Southern Arizona beginning in the late 1880s. By 1907, Southern Arizona led world copper production. Copper production ceased in 1951.
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A new mine is opening in the Santa Rita Mountains. Awaiting the Section 404. permit.

The regional, local and property geology of the Rosemont deposit consists of Precambrian sedimentary and intrusive rocks, which form the regional basement under a Palaeozoic sequence of quartzites, siltstones, and carbonate rocks. Sedimentary deposition ceased for a time during uplift and formation of a widespread unconformity in the early Mesozoic, and then resumed with the deposition of continental and shallow marine deposits.
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Las Limas Monument 1 is a greenstone figure of a youth holding a limp were-jaguar baby.
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Let's talk about those figures on the wiki page.
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what is the figure doing with the something in it`s hands

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