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Fancypantz  (OP)
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Excuse the Japanese that can’t relay lol
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Copy into google to see
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That was lol
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To test their idea, the team members ran supercomputer simulations of dozens of different close-encounter scenarios between these dead stars and midsize black holes. Every time a white dwarf got close to the Goldilocks black hole, the star reignited. The gravitational force from the black hole would cause the stellar material to fuse into varying amounts of calcium and iron, producing more fusion and iron as the star got closer to the black hole. This so-called nucleosynthesis process would reignite the once-dead star.

The team also found that the star's revival would create powerful electromagnetic waves that could be picked up by detectors in near-Earth orbit — meaning we might be able to "see" where it happened and find the medium-size black hole that gave it a second life.

"If the stars align, so to speak, a zombie star could serve as a homing beacon for a never-before-detected class of black holes," Peter Anninos, physicist and lead author on the study, said in a statement.

But the resurrected star wouldn't stay bright forever. The necromancing black hole would bring the star back to life — only to rip it apart later.

"As [the spherical star] approaches the black hole, tidal forces begin to compress the star in a direction perpendicular to the orbital plane, reigniting it," physicist Rob Hoffman, co-author on the study, said in the statement. "But within the orbital plane, these gravitational forces stretch the star and tear it apart.”



Dragon and Phoenix probs lol
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Bacon says it is hard to distinguish that which is generally held good and wholesome from that which is good particularly.
He says seasons play a big part.
Also suspicions cloud the mind and ones artificially nourished have stings.

Noting
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Bacon says it is hard to distinguish that which is generally held good and wholesome from that which is good particularly.
He says seasons play a big part.
Also suspicions cloud the mind and ones artificially nourished have stings.

Noting
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I've heard this before as well about seasons

We can't escape the cycles without turning away from Creation..

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LOL
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:D


You're having fun lol
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Interesting post came up called uncomfortable truth

Says the average person can recognize 1,000 corporate logos but cannot identify 10 plants and animals native to their region.
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Read this as I'm riding the land in Epcot

Dad what's that. Dad what's this? Lol
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Too fun! Have a really great day. Are you going on the race track?
Every parent should know plantain and it grows pretty much everywhere even parks. Although probably not there since their landscaping is rigid lol
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Heading there now lol good
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Bacon says it is hard to distinguish that which is generally held good and wholesome from that which is good particularly.
He says seasons play a big part.
Also suspicions cloud the mind and ones artificially nourished have stings.

Noting
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I've heard this before as well about seasons

We can't escape the cycles without turning away from Creation..
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Some say coral castle was built only at certain times of the day not because of the weather lol

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:D


You're having fun lol
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I was. Took an 80 question test after in German and got fluent. I’m like what? Lol
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Interesting post came up called uncomfortable truth

Says the average person can recognize 1,000 corporate logos but cannot identify 10 plants and animals native to their region.
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Read this as I'm riding the land in Epcot

Dad what's that. Dad what's this? Lol
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Too fun! Have a really great day. Are you going on the race track?
Every parent should know plantain and it grows pretty much everywhere even parks. Although probably not there since their landscaping is rigid lol
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Heading there now lol good
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I wonder how many combinations of supercars there is in that program to choose from.
How was it?
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It’s good to ride off your Disney high to offset my day so far lol
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It’s good to ride off your Disney high to offset my day so far lol
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:) Find the pocket
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Read this as I'm riding the land in Epcot

Dad what's that. Dad what's this? Lol
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Too fun! Have a really great day. Are you going on the race track?
Every parent should know plantain and it grows pretty much everywhere even parks. Although probably not there since their landscaping is rigid lol
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Heading there now lol good
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I wonder how many combinations of supercars there is in that program to choose from.
How was it?
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LOL! Our super truck went the fastest!
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It’s good to ride off your Disney high to offset my day so far lol
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:) Find the pocket
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Yes! I don’t like business calls especially on the topic it was about.
Lucky shows me the pocket lol
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Too fun! Have a really great day. Are you going on the race track?
Every parent should know plantain and it grows pretty much everywhere even parks. Although probably not there since their landscaping is rigid lol
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Heading there now lol good
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I wonder how many combinations of supercars there is in that program to choose from.
How was it?
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LOL! Our super truck went the fastest!
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Nice! Lol bike
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The weather makers utilize vortices to deflect the storms of fire in hopes the hand of man triggers the hand of god.
Much of why satellites are in place around earth.
Riding the dragon hopefuls try to generate the opening and closing of doorway portals between dimensions and planes.

Much of that is within the labyrinth context.
The secret saying of that is a palace composed of as many smaller palaces as were formerly nomes.
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The US Shot Down a Fake Nuclear Missile in Space with Another Missile (Video)

A U.S.-Japanese interceptor successfully shot down a test ballistic missile over Hawaii. It was the second-ever success for the joint missile defense program, and a stunning technological accomplishment.


ohyeah
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Funny enough, I had door closing dreams last night. The thing that stood out besides the people within was the doors itself.
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Scientists Create Rare Fifth Form of Matter in Space for the First Time Ever

While the rocket bobbed in low gravity for the following 6 minutes, scientists were given a rare opportunity to study in-depth the weirdest, least-understood state of matter in the universe — the Bose-Einstein condensate. For the first time ever, scientists had created one in space.

Unlike the other four states of matter (solids, liquids, gases and plasmas), Bose-Einstein condensates can form only when clouds of gassy atoms cool to within a few billionths of a degree above absolute zero. When groups of atoms are cooled to such unfathomably low temperatures, they stop moving as individuals and meld into one big "super atom." Tens of thousands of atoms suddenly become indistinguishable from one another, slowly vibrating on a uniform wavelength that can, theoretically, pick up the tiniest gravitational disturbances around them.

That hyper-sensitivity makes Bose-Einstein condensates promising tools for detecting gravitational waves — disturbances in the curvature of space-time created by collisions between supermassive objects like black holes and neutron stars. The trouble is, when scientists create Bose-Einstein condensates in terrestrial labs, they have just a few seconds to study them before the blob of homogenous matter falls to the bottom of its container and breaks apart.
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For wf,
Reflection of the logos you know

Just saw about brane worlds per hawkings
Says electric force would be confined to the brane and would fall off at the right rate for electrons to have stable orbits about the nuclei of atoms.

There’s tons of info but I don’t have time today. Here’s where it gets woo woo especially on golden age no shadow twilight info

In a type of brane world, one would live on one brane but there would be another “shadow” brane nearby. Very cell receptor there huh lol

Because light would be confined to the branes and would not propagate through space between, one could not see the shadow world. But one would feel the gravitational influence of matter on the shadow brane.
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Unlike the East Semitic Akkadian-speaking Akkadians, Assyrians and Babylonians, whose ancestors had been established in Mesopotamia since at least the 30th century BC, the Chaldeans were not a native Mesopotamian people, but were late 10th or early 9th century BC West Semitic Levantine migrants to the south eastern corner of the region, who had played no part in the previous 3,000 years or so of Sumero-Akkadian and Assyro-Babylonian Mesopotamian civilization and history.[11][12]
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Interesting just got sent a pic with a pumpkin carved dragon titled
The Wizard conjures his dragon rofl
Recalls the pumpkin turning into a carriage only until midnight lol
Interesting
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Update China doesn’t mind hanging golden pigs feet lol

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In common with Catalan and many other European Gothic cathedrals, the Sagrada Família is short in comparison to its width, and has a great complexity of parts, which include double aisles, an ambulatory with a chevet of seven apsidal chapels, a multitude of towers and three portals, each widely different in structure as well as ornament.

There are no exact right angles to be seen inside or outside the church, and few straight lines in the design.


Reminds of Salem lol
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For wf,
Reflection of the logos you know

Just saw about brane worlds per hawkings
Says electric force would be confined to the brane and would fall off at the right rate for electrons to have stable orbits about the nuclei of atoms.

There’s tons of info but I don’t have time today. Here’s where it gets woo woo especially on golden age no shadow twilight info

In a type of brane world, one would live on one brane but there would be another “shadow” brane nearby. Very cell receptor there huh lol

Because light would be confined to the branes and would not propagate through space between, one could not see the shadow world. But one would feel the gravitational influence of matter on the shadow brane.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


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Neanderthal children shivered and suffered in ancient Europe

Tanya Smith of Griffith University used teeth to investigate the effects of climate and environment on the growth of two Neanderthal children who lived in southeastern France's Rhone Valley some 250,000 years ago. Smith and her colleagues examined thin sections of the Neanderthals’ tooth enamel with a polarized light microscope, and compared them to samples obtained from the teeth of a modern human child who lived at the same site in the Rhone Valley about 5,400 years ago. Markers for stress in the daily growth lines of the enamel indicate that both Neanderthal children experienced frequent illnesses while toddlers. Chemical analysis of the amount of barium in their teeth suggests Neanderthal mothers weaned them at the age of two-and-a-half, which is about the same age to which modern human hunter-gatherers are known to nurse their children. Oxygen isotope analysis appears to show that the Neanderthal children experienced cooler winters and greater climate variation than the modern human child did, even though they lived in the same area. Finally, both Neanderthal children were exposed to lead at least twice, perhaps from food or smoky fires contaminated by two nearby lead mines.
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Strangely, they use lead in the experiment with laser beams and spheres and mirrors.
Hmmmm
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Update China doesn’t mind hanging golden pigs feet lol

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In common with Catalan and many other European Gothic cathedrals, the Sagrada Família is short in comparison to its width, and has a great complexity of parts, which include double aisles, an ambulatory with a chevet of seven apsidal chapels, a multitude of towers and three portals, each widely different in structure as well as ornament.

There are no exact right angles to be seen inside or outside the church, and few straight lines in the design.


Reminds of Salem lol
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I see why the sabbatical on ai topic France region
It gets awkward because of notions and customs lol

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Gaudí had a deep appreciation for his native land and great pride in his Mediterranean heritage for his art. He believed Mediterranean people to be endowed with creativity, originality and an innate sense for art and design. Gaudí reportedly described this distinction by stating, "We own the image. Fantasy comes from the ghosts. Fantasy is what people in the North own. We are concrete. The image comes from the Mediterranean. Orestes knows his way, where Hamlet is torn apart by his doubts."[12]
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Spoof 'OE' calls from New Jersey.

So I post....
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To test their idea, the team members ran supercomputer simulations of dozens of different close-encounter scenarios between these dead stars and midsize black holes. Every time a white dwarf got close to the Goldilocks black hole, the star reignited. The gravitational force from the black hole would cause the stellar material to fuse into varying amounts of calcium and iron, producing more fusion and iron as the star got closer to the black hole. This so-called nucleosynthesis process would reignite the once-dead star.

The team also found that the star's revival would create powerful electromagnetic waves that could be picked up by detectors in near-Earth orbit — meaning we might be able to "see" where it happened and find the medium-size black hole that gave it a second life.

"If the stars align, so to speak, a zombie star could serve as a homing beacon for a never-before-detected class of black holes," Peter Anninos, physicist and lead author on the study, said in a statement.

But the resurrected star wouldn't stay bright forever. The necromancing black hole would bring the star back to life — only to rip it apart later.

"As [the spherical star] approaches the black hole, tidal forces begin to compress the star in a direction perpendicular to the orbital plane, reigniting it," physicist Rob Hoffman, co-author on the study, said in the statement. "But within the orbital plane, these gravitational forces stretch the star and tear it apart.”



Dragon and Phoenix probs lol
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The point is the math is shite.
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Update China doesn’t mind hanging golden pigs feet lol

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In common with Catalan and many other European Gothic cathedrals, the Sagrada Família is short in comparison to its width, and has a great complexity of parts, which include double aisles, an ambulatory with a chevet of seven apsidal chapels, a multitude of towers and three portals, each widely different in structure as well as ornament.

There are no exact right angles to be seen inside or outside the church, and few straight lines in the design.


Reminds of Salem lol
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I see why the sabbatical on ai topic France region
It gets awkward because of notions and customs lol

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Gaudí had a deep appreciation for his native land and great pride in his Mediterranean heritage for his art. He believed Mediterranean people to be endowed with creativity, originality and an innate sense for art and design. Gaudí reportedly described this distinction by stating, "We own the image. Fantasy comes from the ghosts. Fantasy is what people in the North own. We are concrete. The image comes from the Mediterranean. Orestes knows his way, where Hamlet is torn apart by his doubts."[12]
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You understand that without the prerequisite of free thought all a.i is looping until disintegration?
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