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Remember. Some call the head a dome.
Hello John the B lol
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head is also test

test a ment

living will


and capsized, capacity, capital are related too
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So France came up as late 70s was last they utilized the guillotine
Noting
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Not catch up per say

They are trying to find the flaw. Hacking intelligence knows to exploit the flaw in the system to gain entry.
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Well, emotionally highjacking is prolly as good as any. Tella-Vision programming makes the mind very open to transmission of emotionally changed thoughts
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Influence is different that control
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Agreed. Subtle influences are very natural, like an eclipses or flooding cycles, when the tides, slow changes, then things seemingly go back to normal... But influences none the less
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Yes well said.
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Magic and money topic lol


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The earliest mention of the punishment appears in orders that Richard I of England issued to his navy on starting for the Holy Land in 1189. "Concerning the lawes and ordinances appointed by King Richard for his navie the forme thereof was this ... item, a thiefe or felon that hath stolen, being lawfully convicted, shal have his head shorne, and boyling pitch poured upon his head, and feathers or downe strawed upon the same whereby he may be knowen, and so at the first landing-place they shall come to, there to be cast up"
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Dang those two fit together
I have a feeling it goes with kurgans and mounds builder topic
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Lawless into lawful in American early colonizing was very heavily magically organized.
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Lawless into lawful in American early colonizing was very heavily magically organized.
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Everything about colonization centered on two things. Manifest Destiny and Money writs
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Dang those two fit together
I have a feeling it goes with kurgans and mounds builder topic
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Lol oh boy
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Dang those two fit together
I have a feeling it goes with kurgans and mounds builder topic
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Lol oh boy
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LMAO, huh
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Johnson & Johnson must pay $29 million in baby powder cancer case, jury says



Asbestos really?
Common sense cloud of particles would never be good thing for the air environment
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Johnson & Johnson must pay $29 million in baby powder cancer case, jury says



Asbestos really?
Common sense cloud of particles would never be good thing for the air environment
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Common sense has been lost to the undertow of greed and profiteering
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Lawless into lawful in American early colonizing was very heavily magically organized.
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Everything about colonization centered on two things. Manifest Destiny and Money writs
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Just pictured someone shaking a tree not covering their head. This getting interesting lol
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Johnson & Johnson must pay $29 million in baby powder cancer case, jury says



Asbestos really?
Common sense cloud of particles would never be good thing for the air environment
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Common sense has been lost to the undertow of greed and profiteering
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Prophets is big businessss lol
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Lawless into lawful in American early colonizing was very heavily magically organized.
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Everything about colonization centered on two things. Manifest Destiny and Money writs
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Just pictured someone shaking a tree not covering their head. This getting interesting lol
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Imma go check the mangos!!!
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Lawless into lawful in American early colonizing was very heavily magically organized.
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Everything about colonization centered on two things. Manifest Destiny and Money writs
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Just pictured someone shaking a tree not covering their head. This getting interesting lol
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Imma go check the mangos!!!
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Lol
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That’s too creepy song btw lol

Just chorus yo

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Where’s that backward helmet pic lol
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In some cases, “disease” may not be the best descriptor, because past cultures may have honored people with conditions considered disabilities today. In ancient Egypt, for example, textual evidence and iconography suggest dwarfism was considered a link to the divine, and rulers sought out people with dwarfism as companions and courtiers. “They are not considered people with disabilities—they were special,” says bioarchaeologist Anna Pieri, an independent researcher in Livorno, Italy.

Origins of disease topic facet
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Bioarcheology study of care of ancient people
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Everything about colonization centered on two things. Manifest Destiny and Money writs
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Just pictured someone shaking a tree not covering their head. This getting interesting lol
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Imma go check the mangos!!!
 Quoting: Huginn




Lol
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I'm feeling like my face got burned

So odd
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Where’s that backward helmet pic lol
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Incoming!!!

No mangos yet lol

Helmet
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In some cases, “disease” may not be the best descriptor, because past cultures may have honored people with conditions considered disabilities today. In ancient Egypt, for example, textual evidence and iconography suggest dwarfism was considered a link to the divine, and rulers sought out people with dwarfism as companions and courtiers. “They are not considered people with disabilities—they were special,” says bioarchaeologist Anna Pieri, an independent researcher in Livorno, Italy.

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Perceptions reign
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Stripping identity because of view of dangerous is similar to history of the world doesn’t reflect kindly on people who take it upon themselves to change/alter people considered dangerous by society. It is like drowning witches or gay conversion therapy. -Roswell


Brain initiative topic

Unforeseen consequences because of telepathic connections
Called sensing presence lol
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They are playing catch up lol

The trick, or so I hear, is to control your thoughts thus mind, either you're black glass or a mirror, it's a choice.
 Quoting: Huginn


Is that like active reactive?
 Quoting: Fancypantz


Yass

Think of the song

My mind is a mirrorrrrrrr

Or for some, the mind is like a tv screen, just feeding them info, no thought, beta waves galore lol

I see what i did there ha
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A team of physicists zapped small cubes of glass in a furnace with an electric voltage about what you'd get from an outlet in your home. It was enough electricity to heat up the glass, which was already quite warm from the ambient heat of the furnace. But it shouldn't have been enough current to boil the glass. Glass doesn't boil until it reaches temperatures thousands of degrees above what the current should have produced. And yet, in their oven, when the current flowed and created an electric field, the physicists saw a thin "wisp of vapor" rising from the glass sample.


For that to happen, the electric current would have had to concentrate in one part of the glass, delivering its energy unevenly. But there's a problem: That's against the law.




Here's the deal: When an electric current passes through a uniform material, it's supposed to heat the whole material evenly. Scientists call this Joule's first law, after the British chemist James Prescott Joule, who discovered it in the early 1840s. It's a material fact with roots in the law of conservation of energy, one of the most fundamental rules that govern our universe. And we see it at work every day; light-bulb filaments wouldn't have their nice, even glow without Joule's law at work.

But this current seemed to break the law. Not only did vapor rise from some parts of the glass, but a hotspot (visible on an infrared camera) danced giddily across its surface. Again and again in their experiments, hotspots appeared.
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Just pictured someone shaking a tree not covering their head. This getting interesting lol
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Imma go check the mangos!!!
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Lol
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I'm feeling like my face got burned

So odd
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Is it extra sunny just then
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Where’s that backward helmet pic lol
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Incoming!!!

No mangos yet lol

Helmet
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Thanks lol
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Imma go check the mangos!!!
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Lol
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I'm feeling like my face got burned

So odd
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Is it extra sunny just then
 Quoting: Fancypantz


No, it's about to rain lol
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They are playing catch up lol

The trick, or so I hear, is to control your thoughts thus mind, either you're black glass or a mirror, it's a choice.
 Quoting: Huginn


Is that like active reactive?
 Quoting: Fancypantz


Yass

Think of the song

My mind is a mirrorrrrrrr

Or for some, the mind is like a tv screen, just feeding them info, no thought, beta waves galore lol

I see what i did there ha
 Quoting: Huginn



Glass and flint shockwave feedback



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A team of physicists zapped small cubes of glass in a furnace with an electric voltage about what you'd get from an outlet in your home. It was enough electricity to heat up the glass, which was already quite warm from the ambient heat of the furnace. But it shouldn't have been enough current to boil the glass. Glass doesn't boil until it reaches temperatures thousands of degrees above what the current should have produced. And yet, in their oven, when the current flowed and created an electric field, the physicists saw a thin "wisp of vapor" rising from the glass sample.


For that to happen, the electric current would have had to concentrate in one part of the glass, delivering its energy unevenly. But there's a problem: That's against the law.




Here's the deal: When an electric current passes through a uniform material, it's supposed to heat the whole material evenly. Scientists call this Joule's first law, after the British chemist James Prescott Joule, who discovered it in the early 1840s. It's a material fact with roots in the law of conservation of energy, one of the most fundamental rules that govern our universe. And we see it at work every day; light-bulb filaments wouldn't have their nice, even glow without Joule's law at work.

But this current seemed to break the law. Not only did vapor rise from some parts of the glass, but a hotspot (visible on an infrared camera) danced giddily across its surface. Again and again in their experiments, hotspots appeared.

 Quoting: Fancypantz


Reminds of the skin of grapes video you posted.

It's interesting how things change when we mess with electromagnetism. The Germans did these things, arc welders on huge naval yards talked about similar things when trying to weld thick pieces of steel.

They also reported tools missing and showing up later lol
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In some cases, “disease” may not be the best descriptor, because past cultures may have honored people with conditions considered disabilities today. In ancient Egypt, for example, textual evidence and iconography suggest dwarfism was considered a link to the divine, and rulers sought out people with dwarfism as companions and courtiers. “They are not considered people with disabilities—they were special,” says bioarchaeologist Anna Pieri, an independent researcher in Livorno, Italy.

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Perceptions reign
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Like that saying when you know better you do better.
Star bellies no star bellies it’s all still sneetches lol

Not many know that secret

There’s a difference between a bent mind and a prejudice mind and the compass points the way.
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In some cases, “disease” may not be the best descriptor, because past cultures may have honored people with conditions considered disabilities today. In ancient Egypt, for example, textual evidence and iconography suggest dwarfism was considered a link to the divine, and rulers sought out people with dwarfism as companions and courtiers. “They are not considered people with disabilities—they were special,” says bioarchaeologist Anna Pieri, an independent researcher in Livorno, Italy.

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Perceptions reign
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Like that saying when you know better you do better.
Star bellies no star bellies it’s all still sneetches lol

Not many know that secret

There’s a difference between a bent mind and a prejudice mind and the compass points the way.
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A bent mind can see a bit around the corner..

A prejudice mind is usually blind and deaf
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Is that like active reactive?
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Yass

Think of the song

My mind is a mirrorrrrrrr

Or for some, the mind is like a tv screen, just feeding them info, no thought, beta waves galore lol

I see what i did there ha
 Quoting: Huginn



Glass and flint shockwave feedback



[link to www.livescience.com (secure)]


A team of physicists zapped small cubes of glass in a furnace with an electric voltage about what you'd get from an outlet in your home. It was enough electricity to heat up the glass, which was already quite warm from the ambient heat of the furnace. But it shouldn't have been enough current to boil the glass. Glass doesn't boil until it reaches temperatures thousands of degrees above what the current should have produced. And yet, in their oven, when the current flowed and created an electric field, the physicists saw a thin "wisp of vapor" rising from the glass sample.


For that to happen, the electric current would have had to concentrate in one part of the glass, delivering its energy unevenly. But there's a problem: That's against the law.




Here's the deal: When an electric current passes through a uniform material, it's supposed to heat the whole material evenly. Scientists call this Joule's first law, after the British chemist James Prescott Joule, who discovered it in the early 1840s. It's a material fact with roots in the law of conservation of energy, one of the most fundamental rules that govern our universe. And we see it at work every day; light-bulb filaments wouldn't have their nice, even glow without Joule's law at work.

But this current seemed to break the law. Not only did vapor rise from some parts of the glass, but a hotspot (visible on an infrared camera) danced giddily across its surface. Again and again in their experiments, hotspots appeared.

 Quoting: Fancypantz


Reminds of the skin of grapes video you posted.

It's interesting how things change when we mess with electromagnetism. The Germans did these things, arc welders on huge naval yards talked about similar things when trying to weld thick pieces of steel.

They also reported tools missing and showing up later lol
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I will refrain from an anomaly joke because it wouldn’t be if the understanding was realized.
Sky vault and earth map is very electromagnetically known by constructors
Yet the constructors was with not against it seems until it cayce time pointed it.
Back to cairns lol
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Lol
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I'm feeling like my face got burned

So odd
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Is it extra sunny just then
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No, it's about to rain lol
 Quoting: Huginn


Same here. Very windy