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The most bio-diverse region in all of Russia lies on a chunk of land sandwiched between China and the Pacific Ocean. There, in Russia's Far East, subarctic animals -- such as caribou and wolves -- mingle with tigers and other species of the subtropics. It was very nearly a perfect habitat for the tigers -- until humans showed up.

"The Amur tiger can weigh over 500 pounds and can be more than 10 feet long nose to tail."

These majestic tigers can jump as far as 25 feet -- vertically, they can jump over a basketball hoop. Vaillant cites a famous tiger biologist who, when asked how high a tiger can jump, responded: "As high as it needs to."

At the center of the story is Vladimir Markov, a poacher who met a grisly end in the winter of 1997 after he shot and wounded a tiger, and then stole part of the tiger's kill.

The injured tiger hunted Markov down in a way that appears to be chillingly premeditated.



They say humans alone are the deadliest enemy to tigers. The tigers destroyers.
Was telling about the habitat deforestation to another and they said, look, the extinction of the dodo bird didn’t effect them personally and life has gone on. I see their point to a point. I guess it all depends on what kind of world one wants to live within as the habitats will either thrive or go dormant. Fine line of the butterfly effect. Guess same goes for differing human species that are mostly extinct.
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That is a huge topic to think about really.
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Atlanta Turns 7 Acres Of Vacant Land Into The Largest Free Food Forest In The Country

Atlanta has a large expanse of land, over seven acres, in fact, that wasn't being used. However, that's all about to change now as Atlanta’s City Council has just voted in favor of changing all this vacant space into the state of Georgia’s first food forest. After a unanimous vote last Monday, the plans are set to go ahead and this could potentially be the country’s largest free food forest.


Guess common sense had a win.
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Was a fan of the snow version lol
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This has been a topic for a while about the pyramids areas. How the vulture was a huge impact in the area as well as mortuary temples close proximity to the pyramids along with royal tombs. I found it odd. I also find it odd we have today chemical cesspools in many areas, like that island in the pacific, gulf of mexico's dead zone that floats around, just a tiny bit of our wastes. But with agriculture and nature waste is never piled up or discard but utilized for recreation. Modern man has only the last few hundred years understood the impact of microbes on life and death processes. We have so much technology for building into waste but nothing in the recycle of it. That is where the ancient civilizations might of been way clever in that regard.

Oh and mummification with block gods as preservation not quite stone, thinking
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Sweden is so good at recycling that, for several years, it has imported rubbish from other countries to keep its recycling plants going. Less than 1 per cent of Swedish household waste was sent to landfill last year or any year since 2011.

Why are we sending waste to Sweden? Their system is so far ahead because of a culture of looking after the environment. Sweden was one of the first countries to implement a heavy tax on fossil fuels in 1991 and now sources almost half its electricity from renewables.
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Incoming radiation effects everything and many are not able to withstand or be in harmony with their environment or ‘control’ it lol
More like converse not control.
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Check this out saw it last night it looks like cern lol


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Really cool. It does! Also reminds of stone and crystal of the megalithic builder periods technology without the huge arm spin.
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Going to say about subliminals too as the vibration is the effect targeted
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Study Says Trees Have Feelings, Like To Cuddle And Look After Each Other Like An Old Couple

Not only that, but trees are also believed to have something which is similar to what we would call a heartbeat.

Science has also found that some trees raise and lower their branches several times in the course of one night, indicating a cycle of water and sugar transportation, like their own version of a heartbeat.


Habitat feedback
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The Gin Craze was a period in the first half of the 18th century when the consumption of gin increased rapidly in Great Britain, especially in London. Daniel Defoe commented: "the Distillers have found out a way to hit the palate of the Poor, by their new fashion'd compound Waters called Geneva, so that the common People seem not to value the French-brandy as usual, and even not to desire it".[1] Many people overconsumed and the city had an epidemic of extreme drunkenness; this provoked moral outrage and a legislative backlash that some compare to the modern drug wars.

Parliament passed five major Acts, in 1729, 1736, 1743, 1747 and 1751, designed to control the consumption of gin.



Gin
Juniper
Geneva
Leaks into cern info

Economy mass production of low costs probs
Nothing new since at least 10,000 bc
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The Antarctic Treaty and related agreements, collectively known as the Antarctic Treaty System (ATS), regulate international relations with respect to Antarctica, Earth's only continent without a native human population. For the purposes of the treaty system, Antarctica is defined as all of the land and ice shelves south of 60°S latitude. The treaty entered into force in 1961 and currently has 54 parties.[2] The treaty sets aside Antarctica as a scientific preserve, establishes freedom of scientific investigation, and bans military activity on the continent. The treaty was the first arms control agreement established during the Cold War. Since September 2004, the Antarctic Treaty Secretariat headquarters has been located in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Some say initially formed by USA and Russia is oldest active international treaty on earth.


As Johnny says world is a stage
Enemies on earth
Friends in space


Lol
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Aboriginal rock art being destroyed is at an accelerated rate. The destructive natural forces were wind and water and now it is mans vandalizing. -rock art of the Indian info
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Have a thought about soft spots on elongated skulls.
Noting for later
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Replay lol


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The young are slaves to dreams;
the old servants of regrets.
Only the middle-aged have
all their five senses
in the keeping of their wits.
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Very cool! I've never thrown an axe I might kill someone or be a pro at it not sure I want to find out. That's really cool though I ended up being good at archery with very little practice. I haven't in so long though but if I needed to shoot something I could do it I bet.

Egyptians referred to Nubia as "Ta-Seti," or "The Land of the Bow," since the Nubians were known to be expert archers, and by the 16th Century BC Egyptians were using the composite bow in warfare.

Deities and heroes in several mythologies are described as archers, including the Greek Artemis and Apollo, the Roman Diana and Cupid, the Germanic Agilaz, continuing in legends like those of Wilhelm Tell, Palnetoke, or Robin Hood. Armenian Hayk and Babylonian Marduk, Indian Karna (also known as Radheya/son of Radha), Abhimanyu, Eklavya, Arjuna, Bhishma, Drona, Rama, and Shiva were known for their shooting skills. The famous archery competition of hitting the eye of a rotating fish while watching its reflection in the water bowl was one of the many archery skills depicted in the Mahabharata. Persian Arash was a famous archer. Earlier Greek representations of Heracles normally depict him as an archer.

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Hatchet-wielding thief backs down when store clerk pulls out gun - but firearm costs employee his job

Sense topic lol
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Cost him his job? Ridiculous.
The young are slaves to dreams;
the old servants of regrets.
Only the middle-aged have
all their five senses
in the keeping of their wits.
T Roosevelt
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The young are slaves to dreams;
the old servants of regrets.
Only the middle-aged have
all their five senses
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T Roosevelt
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I like the do what shout out when he opened the door lol
That was cool they did that
Interesting about the faces
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Have a thought about soft spots on elongated skulls.
Noting for later
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Had interesting dream which correlated open air surgeries in megalithic location yet not era.
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Have a thought about soft spots on elongated skulls.
Noting for later
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Had interesting dream which correlated open air surgeries in megalithic location yet not era.
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Funny dark matter hair analogy reminded of this

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“To focus on a persons sickness or struggle and be able to heal them is an expectation. A true healer doesn’t do that. A true healer has to find out if a persons ready for the healing, and second have to find a way to do it to help the person with their own healing because what it is, when you are out of balance, you’re supposed to be learning something. There’s a lesson to bring you back into balance and if we take that lesson away from you by healing you, then you have to relearn it and what it is, why it is, that this sickness or whatever it is has come to you. And help you to have the tools to work with to overcome that sickness to be able to make the changes to heal and carry on.


We have to learn to use those gifts in healing, not for hurting. “-spotted eagle.



The native way of thinking is everything is spirit. Meaning everything is energy. Emotional energy grabs hold with response inside of oneself. The more emotional reaction the larger that spirit/energy gets. The growth causes physical response reactions and that energy has to flow a certain way kind of like facing the wind. Knowing the flow of energy one can instantly change the flow by knowing which way it cannot sustain that flow as the emotional energy cannot hold on. The difference between clinched and free flow. That is the natural way. -spotted eagle info.

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Study Says Trees Have Feelings, Like To Cuddle And Look After Each Other Like An Old Couple

Not only that, but trees are also believed to have something which is similar to what we would call a heartbeat.

Science has also found that some trees raise and lower their branches several times in the course of one night, indicating a cycle of water and sugar transportation, like their own version of a heartbeat.


Habitat feedback
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The most bio-diverse region in all of Russia lies on a chunk of land sandwiched between China and the Pacific Ocean. There, in Russia's Far East, subarctic animals -- such as caribou and wolves -- mingle with tigers and other species of the subtropics. It was very nearly a perfect habitat for the tigers -- until humans showed up.

"The Amur tiger can weigh over 500 pounds and can be more than 10 feet long nose to tail."

These majestic tigers can jump as far as 25 feet -- vertically, they can jump over a basketball hoop. Vaillant cites a famous tiger biologist who, when asked how high a tiger can jump, responded: "As high as it needs to."

At the center of the story is Vladimir Markov, a poacher who met a grisly end in the winter of 1997 after he shot and wounded a tiger, and then stole part of the tiger's kill.

The injured tiger hunted Markov down in a way that appears to be chillingly premeditated.



They say humans alone are the deadliest enemy to tigers. The tigers destroyers.
Was telling about the habitat deforestation to another and they said, look, the extinction of the dodo bird didn’t effect them personally and life has gone on. I see their point to a point. I guess it all depends on what kind of world one wants to live within as the habitats will either thrive or go dormant. Fine line of the butterfly effect. Guess same goes for differing human species that are mostly extinct.
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The word sanctimonious fits. Doesn’t get anywhere and trivializes the topics.
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Bloodlines topic of rebirth and reincarnation

Two ways:
Commander is ancestor network
Prime is soul network

Black blood is radiation meek

Interestingly, they have the 13 original with 12 against 1 the creator, Gabriel whom had regret it seems as he left sanctum into the wilderness. Now killing the primes.
Ophiuchus calendar

The flame is the ai technology interface into a biological neural network

Ancestors immortal
Compared to
Person immortal

Noting
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Feedback lol
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Ancestors is the great work
Other is ineffable which means no one knows

The great plan is never refusing who you are which is birth and destiny, they say. Lol
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Mysteries topic lol
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Have a thought about soft spots on elongated skulls.
Noting for later
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Had interesting dream which correlated open air surgeries in megalithic location yet not era.
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Funny dark matter hair analogy reminded of this


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biofilm comprises any syntrophic consortium of microorganisms in which cells stick to each other and often also to a surface.[2][3] These adherent cells become embedded within a slimy extracellular matrix that is composed of extracellular polymeric substances (EPS).[2][3] The cells within the biofilm produce the EPS components, which are typically a polymeric conglomeration of extracellular polysaccharides, proteins, lipids and DNA.[2][3][4] Because they have three-dimensional structure and represent a community lifestyle for microorganisms, they have been metaphorically described as "cities for microbes".


Know how to penetrate the biofilm is knowing what did.
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Catalytic sounds are octave oriented.
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When one goes into an environment that is not from that environment they create a chaos within to all things by their arrival.
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Biofilm topic
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Study Says Trees Have Feelings, Like To Cuddle And Look After Each Other Like An Old Couple

Not only that, but trees are also believed to have something which is similar to what we would call a heartbeat.

Science has also found that some trees raise and lower their branches several times in the course of one night, indicating a cycle of water and sugar transportation, like their own version of a heartbeat.


Habitat feedback
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The most bio-diverse region in all of Russia lies on a chunk of land sandwiched between China and the Pacific Ocean. There, in Russia's Far East, subarctic animals -- such as caribou and wolves -- mingle with tigers and other species of the subtropics. It was very nearly a perfect habitat for the tigers -- until humans showed up.

"The Amur tiger can weigh over 500 pounds and can be more than 10 feet long nose to tail."

These majestic tigers can jump as far as 25 feet -- vertically, they can jump over a basketball hoop. Vaillant cites a famous tiger biologist who, when asked how high a tiger can jump, responded: "As high as it needs to."

At the center of the story is Vladimir Markov, a poacher who met a grisly end in the winter of 1997 after he shot and wounded a tiger, and then stole part of the tiger's kill.

The injured tiger hunted Markov down in a way that appears to be chillingly premeditated.



They say humans alone are the deadliest enemy to tigers. The tigers destroyers.
Was telling about the habitat deforestation to another and they said, look, the extinction of the dodo bird didn’t effect them personally and life has gone on. I see their point to a point. I guess it all depends on what kind of world one wants to live within as the habitats will either thrive or go dormant. Fine line of the butterfly effect. Guess same goes for differing human species that are mostly extinct.
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The word sanctimonious fits. Doesn’t get anywhere and trivializes the topics.
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Sanctimonious leads to:

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A common form, what does that have to do with the price of tea in China?, is a retort to an irrelevant suggestion.[1] This facetious usage implies that the topic under discussion might as well be the price of tea in China for all the relevance the speaker's suggestion bears on it. It has been said[by whom?] that this expression has stemmed from economists, who describe everything economic as affecting everything else, trying to find an expression which denotes the farthest logical connection from their current economic focus, in a sort of butterfly effect.

"What is the connection between Shmita and Mount Sinai?"


Lol
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Peg leg is back. Noticed last week but really again today in my face.
Noting
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Lol figures





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