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you come a long way from sleeping under your father's business trailer! lol
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did chip ever get over his transhomophobia? lol
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are you planning on lording your moderator position in order to seek revenge? lol
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he is the last young person that i remember running a country of significance and the post seemed exciting for him

reagon seemed comfortable with the post and he did have vision

no one else stands out in that vein
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yes my 3rd eye slightly right side has become interested in the notion of future in the context of our conversation
sort of makes us look good doing something helpful if opportunity occurs
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Keto friendly, CBD *infused* Chocolate Frogs..

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What up!?

Hope you're doing well!

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What up!?

Hope you're doing well!

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Thanks. Hope you are too.


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Star Trek capes

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Good morning, Seer and all.

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Good morning, Seer and all.

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Good morning.


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Giving this a bump.

Made me feel so much better after listening to it yesterday. I listened to 4 or 5 others after that.

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A Physicist Has Come Up With Math That Makes 'Paradox-Free' Time Travel Plausible

To use a topical example, imagine a time traveller journeying into the past to stop a disease from spreading – if the mission was successful, the time traveller would have no disease to go back in time to defeat.

Tobar's work suggests that the disease would still escape some other way, through a different route or by a different method, removing the paradox. Whatever the time traveller did, the disease wouldn't be stopped.

Tobar's work isn't easy for non-mathematicians to dig into, but it looks at the influence of deterministic processes (without any randomness) on an arbitrary number of regions in the space-time continuum, and demonstrates how both closed timelike curves (as predicted by Einstein) can fit in with the rules of free will and classical physics.

"The maths checks out – and the results are the stuff of science fiction," says physicist Fabio Costa from the University of Queensland, who supervised the research.

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that sorta feels uncomfortable for water or is that water showing me what that glass powder would do to me
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It's called the, Leidenfrost effect.

Looks like craters on the Moon to me. Was the Moon ever hot enough to create this effect?
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It's called the, Leidenfrost effect.

Looks like craters on the Moon to me. Was the Moon ever hot enough to create this effect?
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oh yeah i have seen that in my frying pan and wondered for a moment and here it is
our moon could have been in its past
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It's called the, Leidenfrost effect.

Looks like craters on the Moon to me. Was the Moon ever hot enough to create this effect?
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Water boils at 212F so it still gets that hot.

When sunlight hits the moon's surface, the temperature can reach 260 degrees Fahrenheit (127 degrees Celsius). When the sun goes down, temperatures can dip to minus 280 F (minus 173 C). Temperatures change all across the moon, as both the near and far side experience sunlight every lunar year, or terrestrial month, due to lunar rotation.
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Theia, an early protoplanet the size of Mars, hit Earth in such a way that it ejected a considerable amount of material away from Earth. Some proportion of these ejecta escaped into space, but the rest consolidated into a single spherical body in orbit about Earth, creating the Moon.
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The bulk chemical composition of lunar dust varies across the lunar surface, but is about 50% SiO2, 15% Al2O3, 10% CaO, 10% MgO, 5% TiO2 and 5-15% iron (Table 1), with lesser amounts of sodium, potassium, chromium, zirconium.

Silicon dioxide, also known as silica, is an oxide of silicon with the chemical formula SiO2;, most commonly found in nature as quartz and in various living organisms. In many parts of the world, silica is the major constituent of sand.
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If Theia hit the Earth, it took a lot of water with it. Or maybe water from ice meteors. If it was a captured body, it may have already had ice on it..which then was subjected to the Leidenfrost effect, when the Sun hit it.

Food for thought.

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Imaginative Doom Scenario: If the moon all of sudden is gonna speedily and crash Earth, and we only have like 3-6 hours left to live.

What would I do? I'd say goodbye and hopefully see on other side to a few friends via Internet and to my family. Then I get a seat, beers, three packs of cigarettes. I set it all up at backyard and watch the moon burning through atmosphere then crash if it is heading toward my area, until the end. What a view.. while drunk and probably still a bit scared of course, I imagine.

What would you do?


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Not sure.

I did wake up this morning thinking about the final scene in Knowing where the aliens drop the kids off in the wilderness with 2 rabbits and how retarded of a premise that is to think kids can take care of themselves with no shelter and no food.

Drop an adult off in the wilderness and they might not fair much better. Also, can't survive on rabbit.


I'd probably just do what I always do, without worry of a hangover the next day.



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Re: Mad World
shaktipat looks like soul personality epigenitcs

i like this guy talking on related stuff from eastern thinking

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Reasons Revealed for the Brain’s Elastic Sense of Time
- "New research finds that the subjective experience of time is linked to learning, thwarted expectations and neural fatigue."
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Reasons Revealed for the Brain’s Elastic Sense of Time

an external initiator such as money to determine a lasting effect is a rather poor criteria to base a conclusion about lasting effects. the fact that the study attempts to mix apples and oranges, in regards to a perception of time as a scaffolding for future actions undertaken in a reward context, is mixing material reward with personal self fulling satisfaction! the two probably have a limited subset of individuals where both criteria have the same meaning.

but people wish to believe what is in their own interest not that which is pertinent!





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