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Seer777
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in moscow they brew pure alcohol . well everywhere in russia they do
major social problem of russia plus hard drugs
population is decreasing generally over there

i`m not sure long dark winters are so good for us

especially when you can live in all year round sun
 Quoting: aether


I would think not.


I can only imagine how difficult Winter use to be for people as little as a hundred years ago.

Heating, lights, grocery store...we should count ourselves quite lucky we do not have to contend with the cold and scarcity of food our ancestors knew.

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in moscow they brew pure alcohol . well everywhere in russia they do
major social problem of russia plus hard drugs
population is decreasing generally over there

i`m not sure long dark winters are so good for us

especially when you can live in all year round sun
 Quoting: aether


I would think not.


I can only imagine how difficult Winter use to be for people as little as a hundred years ago.

Heating, lights, grocery store...we should count ourselves quite lucky we do not have to contend with the cold and scarcity of food our ancestors knew.

:)
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but living in a climate all year 50 to 80 degrees overlooking blue sea and soft beaches , 21 st century conveniences, cafe society mentality , 2 hours to 3 hours flying time to all European capitals 24/7 , mountains in view and socially safe for centuries to walk anywhere freely without fear must be a good bet tounge

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the russians say alcohol shows the "demon within"
if it is there to be seen
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well alcohol tend to bring out the emotions we would normaly control when sober, my "demon within" seems to be very retarded and happy when I drink and let it out to play :D
but haven't really had a drink for a long time now that I think about it.

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It starts tomrrow, duh. Today is the last day on the calendar, therefore tomorrow is the end of "time"..
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It starts tomrrow, duh. Today is the last day on the calendar, therefore tomorrow is the end of "time"..
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uuuh there is still hope for doom :p

It would be nice to be able to go back to when the Mayan created their long count and actually see for yourself what it was really about :)
maybe some RV team has already done that :p

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It starts tomrrow, duh. Today is the last day on the calendar, therefore tomorrow is the end of "time"..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12506015

 Quoting: Rayrayz

uuuh there is still hope for doom :p

It would be nice to be able to go back to when the Mayan created their long count and actually see for yourself what it was really about :)
maybe some RV team has already done that :p
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Yeah...I took care of it. :D

I'm pinning my hopes on the 22nd.

*goes back to RV chamber*
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It starts tomrrow, duh. Today is the last day on the calendar, therefore tomorrow is the end of "time"..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12506015

 Quoting: Rayrayz

uuuh there is still hope for doom :p

It would be nice to be able to go back to when the Mayan created their long count and actually see for yourself what it was really about :)
maybe some RV team has already done that :p
 Quoting: Michael_


Yeah...I took care of it. :D

I'm pinning my hopes on the 22nd.

*goes back to RV chamber*
 Quoting: Rayrayz


12:10 AM
Saturday, December 22, 2012 tounge
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...

 Quoting: Rayrayz

uuuh there is still hope for doom :p

It would be nice to be able to go back to when the Mayan created their long count and actually see for yourself what it was really about :)
maybe some RV team has already done that :p
 Quoting: Michael_


Yeah...I took care of it. :D

I'm pinning my hopes on the 22nd.

*goes back to RV chamber*
 Quoting: Rayrayz


12:10 AM
Saturday, December 22, 2012 tounge
 Quoting: aether


It still doesn't mean that it's going to be instantaneous...Give it until the end of the day in Europe.

*puts RV goggles back on*
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Genetics of alcohol metabolism

[link to pubs.niaaa.nih.gov]
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Genetics of alcohol metabolism

[link to pubs.niaaa.nih.gov]
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prompts me to know why if i desired something to alter my state in addition to myself
i smoked it not drank it tounge
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Genetics of alcohol metabolism

[link to pubs.niaaa.nih.gov]
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prompts me to know why if i desired something to alter my state in addition to myself
i smoked it not drank it tounge
 Quoting: aether


It's in your culture/genetics to enjoy alcohol...The English are total booz hounds...on par with the Irish, If not worse.

The Natives were never exposed to any kind of fermented alcoholic drink before whitey came over and gave them some 'fire water'. so they get completely devastated by just a small amount of alcohol...I've seen it up close and in person...
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Genetics of alcohol metabolism

[link to pubs.niaaa.nih.gov]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


prompts me to know why if i desired something to alter my state in addition to myself
i smoked it not drank it tounge
 Quoting: aether


It's in your culture/genetics to enjoy alcohol...The English are total booz hounds...on par with the Irish, If not worse.

The Natives were never exposed to any kind of fermented alcoholic drink before whitey came over and gave them some 'fire water'. so they get completely devastated by just a small amount of alcohol...I've seen it up close and in person...
 Quoting: Rayrayz


yes
i was lucky in that alcohol never did anything for my altered field state or sexualaty so it dulled what i never wanted dulled
i enjoyed drinking and it has always been with guys liking the camaraderie alcohol prompts in them but really i could have done without it but it was work related so rather than not drink i joined in
i found guys often drink in work and after work
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It's in your culture/genetics to enjoy alcohol...The English are total booz hounds...on par with the Irish, If not worse.

The Natives were never exposed to any kind of fermented alcoholic drink before whitey came over and gave them some 'fire water'. so they get completely devastated by just a small amount of alcohol...I've seen it up close and in person...
 Quoting: Rayrayz


yes
i was lucky in that alcohol never did anything for my altered field state or sexualaty so it dulled what i never wanted dulled
i enjoyed drinking and it has always been with guys liking the camaraderie alcohol prompts in them but really i could have done without it but it was work related so rather than not drink i joined in
i found guys often drink in work and after work
 Quoting: aether


So do the ladies...Let's not forget them.

tounge



Alcohol is a wonderful social lubricant.

As it can make the mundane, exciting.

Loosing control of oneself while drinking however, is a sign of personal weakness.

One should always 'know their limit' where they do not wake sick or require other(s) to look after their care during.


They who often fight while drunk, should most likely not drink at all.

As I have found, underlying anger issues compound with alcohol abuse.


cheers
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It's in your culture/genetics to enjoy alcohol...The English are total booz hounds...on par with the Irish, If not worse.

The Natives were never exposed to any kind of fermented alcoholic drink before whitey came over and gave them some 'fire water'. so they get completely devastated by just a small amount of alcohol...I've seen it up close and in person...
 Quoting: Rayrayz


yes
i was lucky in that alcohol never did anything for my altered field state or sexualaty so it dulled what i never wanted dulled
i enjoyed drinking and it has always been with guys liking the camaraderie alcohol prompts in them but really i could have done without it but it was work related so rather than not drink i joined in
i found guys often drink in work and after work
 Quoting: aether


So do the ladies...Let's not forget them.

tounge



Alcohol is a wonderful social lubricant.

As it can make the mundane, exciting.

Loosing control of oneself while drinking however, is a sign of personal weakness.

One should always 'know their limit' where they do not wake sick or require other(s) to look after their care during.


They who often fight while drunk, should most likely not drink at all.

As I have found, underlying anger issues compound with alcohol abuse.


cheers
 Quoting: Seer777


i agree
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NASA, that paper shows how neutral gas should be confined to filaments, being free to drift up or down the filament, while being constrained from moving across the filament. Forgetting about theory, in the case of the Double Helix Nebula, we SEE that gas is confined to filaments by the magnetic field. In either case, there is no "wind" of neutrals across the magnetic field.
In the case of our sun, we know we are at the edge of a cloud of gas, and skimming the edge of that cloud (earlier told by theosophy). According to Wal Thornhill, our sun is positively charged. So look at this video of water filaments:
[link to www.thunderbolts.info]
This is just a smaller scale of how we are moving. Once again the point is the same, the positive ions in that water bridge might collide with the neutrals. It's the ions that travel across the filament,spiraling in the magnetic field.
You can imagine some tiny mainstream scientist riding along on one of those water ions, refusing to accept that his ion has charge, and trying to figure out why all that neutral water is running into him from across the magnetic field.

sorry if it seems I'm beating this point into the ground, but this article [link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
says we KNOW that the sun is skimming the cloud surface . They THINK that we just encountered the cloud a few thousand years ago. That is based on the sun being on a long term elliptical orbit around galactic center. It is more likely that just as the water ions here: [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
are ALWAYS skimming the filament's surface, so the sun has also been skimming around the local gas cloud (which they know to be filamentary ).
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


If you would like a little more reading, you might start with this idea about precession: [link to binaryresearchinstitute.org]
Excellent work, but while he's correct here: "the only way the Earth’s axis can appear to precess or wobble relative to inertial space, and not wobble relative to the Sun as confirmed by lunar data, is if the solar system (the reference frame that contains the Sun and Earth) is curving through space"
He is wrong here: "Furthermore, the only way the solar system can be curving through space at a rate of 50 arc seconds per year, is if it were gravitationally affected by another very large mass: a companion star." We know better [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
 Quoting: observation


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It's in your culture/genetics to enjoy alcohol...The English are total booz hounds...on par with the Irish, If not worse.

The Natives were never exposed to any kind of fermented alcoholic drink before whitey came over and gave them some 'fire water'. so they get completely devastated by just a small amount of alcohol...I've seen it up close and in person...
 Quoting: Rayrayz


yes
i was lucky in that alcohol never did anything for my altered field state or sexualaty so it dulled what i never wanted dulled
i enjoyed drinking and it has always been with guys liking the camaraderie alcohol prompts in them but really i could have done without it but it was work related so rather than not drink i joined in
i found guys often drink in work and after work
 Quoting: aether


So do the ladies...Let's not forget them.

tounge



Alcohol is a wonderful social lubricant.

As it can make the mundane, exciting.

Loosing control of oneself while drinking however, is a sign of personal weakness.

One should always 'know their limit' where they do not wake sick or require other(s) to look after their care during.


They who often fight while drunk, should most likely not drink at all.

As I have found, underlying anger issues compound with alcohol abuse.


cheers
 Quoting: Seer777


Oh gawd, I hate hanging out with bad drunks....Around my mid twenties, I stopped going out with people that were angry/violent/sloppy drunks...I got into way to much trouble when I was younger because of my poor choices in 'drinking buddies'.

I find as I get older, my friends are less likely to get sloppy angry drunk because they have to go home to their wives/gf/kids...So they keep it together more...and they can't afford to get arrested if they have any kind of career.

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Oh gawd, I hate hanging out with bad drunks....Around my mid twenties, I stopped going out with people that were angry/violent/sloppy drunks...I got into way to much trouble when I was younger because of my poor choices in 'drinking buddies'.

I find as I get older, my friends are less likely to get sloppy angry drunk because they have to go home to their wives/gf/kids...So they keep it together more...and they can't afford to get arrested if they have any kind of career.
 Quoting: Rayrayz


Exactly.

Persons who consistently make poor choices perplex me greatly. I can often not be in their presence after witnessing said, as I find them to be lacking self control and potentially dangerous.

If I sense a red flag I'm out, so to speak.

tounge
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Scientists in Hong Kong map initial anti-aging formula

[link to news.yahoo.com]


"The team went further to see if the binding efficiency between Lamin A and SIRTI would be boosted with resveratrol, a compound found in the skin of red grapes and other fruits which has been touted by some scientists and companies as a way to slow aging or remain healthy as people get older.

Associate professor Zhou Zhongjun, who led the study, said healthy mice fed with concentrated resveratrol fared significantly better than healthy mice not given the compound.

"We actually delayed the onset of aging and extended the healthy lifespan," Zhou said of the mice."



Aren't the 'Gods' of our myths often shown indulging in grapes?

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Yep...

Superb detoxifier and the dark ones are said to really help to build the blood. Be careful in overindulging though due to detoxing too strongly/quickly and they seem to be better eaten by themselves as many fruits are.

Try to buy the non-hybrid seeded ones for better blood sugars.
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Scientists in Hong Kong map initial anti-aging formula

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"The team went further to see if the binding efficiency between Lamin A and SIRTI would be boosted with resveratrol, a compound found in the skin of red grapes and other fruits which has been touted by some scientists and companies as a way to slow aging or remain healthy as people get older.

Associate professor Zhou Zhongjun, who led the study, said healthy mice fed with concentrated resveratrol fared significantly better than healthy mice not given the compound.

"We actually delayed the onset of aging and extended the healthy lifespan," Zhou said of the mice."



Aren't the 'Gods' of our myths often shown indulging in grapes?

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Yep...

Superb detoxifier and the dark ones are said to really help to build the blood. Be careful in overindulging though due to detoxing too strongly/quickly and they seem to be better eaten by themselves as many fruits are.

Try to buy the non-hybrid seeded ones for better blood sugars.
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:)


Good to know.

Thank you.


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I have to say...I did not expect tonight to go so gently.

For that I am thankful.



What a year.



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i awoke to discover the crossover emotionally noticeable
how it was all but behind
how it is only just here
an unusual, to me, texture between the two

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well it didn`t take long before crossover physically made it`s point to me tounge




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apologies to all i offended. i am or can be too remote at times.
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what a ride guys


good morning!
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well it didn`t take long before crossover physically made it`s point to me tounge





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"prof.bill tiller , is probably the worlds most famous physicist right now on the physics of consciousness
his most recent book
"conscious acts of creation" , he proves in dozens of measurements that focused human attention compresses electric charge
now he does not know how or why but he knows it is very measurable "


"For the last four hundred years, an unstated assumption of science is that human intention cannot affect what we call "physical reality."

Our experimental research of the past decade shows that, for today's world and under the right conditions, this assumption is no longer correct.

We humans are much more than we think we are and Psychoenergetic Science continues to expand the proof of it."
 Quoting: William A. Tiller

[link to www.tiller.org]

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apologies to all i offended. i am or can be too remote at times.
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awwwwwwwwwwww

hugs
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what a ride guys


good morning!
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good morning

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Hello everyone.

hf

Seer I have ransom virus on my laptop it is hiding somewhere in the start up I think, it turns my camera on films me and tells me it has found child porn on my laptop and I have been fined £100 lol. As soon as I get this bugger out I shall email you the link k as it has completely blocked my system.
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MIT discovers a new state of matter, a new kind of magnetism


This new state, called a quantum spin liquid (QSL), could lead to significant advances in data storage. QSLs also exhibit a quantum phenomenon called long-range entanglement, which could lead to new types of communications systems, and more.

[link to www.extremetech.com]
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Hello everyone.

hf

Seer I have ransom virus on my laptop it is hiding somewhere in the start up I think, it turns my camera on films me and tells me it has found child porn on my laptop and I have been fined £100 lol. As soon as I get this bugger out I shall email you the link k as it has completely blocked my system.
grouphug
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hey uk
from your description this will help:

[link to guides.yoosecurity.com]

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