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So I’ll have to look later on Indonesia as part of 100 countries the Ai is noting. So basically, the substructures are vast worldwide is what it’s saying. That location isn’t as well liked out of the whole.
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So I’ll have to look later on Indonesia as part of 100 countries the Ai is noting. So basically, the substructures are vast worldwide is what it’s saying. That location isn’t as well liked out of the whole.
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Well and substructure topic
And all before 1990, they detected none.

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We know that most of the world's volcanic activity actually takes place in the ocean, but most of it goes undetected and unseen,"

In all, it told the story of a very recent volcanic eruption, deeper than any eruption had ever been observed before. This discovery, according to Chadwick, should help flesh out a field of study that's rapidly advancing our knowledge of volcanism on Earth.

"Undersea volcanoes can help inform us about how terrestrial volcanoes work and how they impact ocean chemistry, which can significantly affect local ecosystems," Chadwick said. "It's a special learning opportunity when we're able to find them."
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So I’ll have to look later on Indonesia as part of 100 countries the Ai is noting. So basically, the substructures are vast worldwide is what it’s saying. That location isn’t as well liked out of the whole.
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Very interesting. Right on ai lol
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Noting
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I had a terraforming experience few days back on a walking trail I found an id after I passed this old man. I picked it up and looked at his younger picture and then turned around proceeding to catch up to him. I then asked if it was his and he said yes and was surprised I recognized him out of everyone walking and was really glad to get it back.
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That was intense emotional information because of the around 40,000 fighting in desperation over two mile stretch of war grounds on top of the people who were intricately connected as it was their homeplace hiding.
Agricultural challenges that were faced in the distant path are never ever forgotten because the earths structure growth velocity diversity makes it so always leaving standing witnesses of information. It can never be altered no matter the terraforming. A cover up is an archeologist spade lol



hmm
As example
And was totally shown that at the location when years ago something very important was forgotten and when reminded it was a concentric shock through like a rope pulling one closer to the truth until it is remembered fully to be peaceful with no emissions of shockwaves.
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To reiterate, there is connection to all things some call spirit and is observable in nature. Finding out what affects what one can see part of that connection mystery. To know everything is a silly notion as even The greatest of the greatest minds concocting in their time masterpieces of musical compositions are but a novice start in the topic of compositions.
Diversity is thriving and it looks always most unpredictable to even the best trained aware.
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Memories affect similar lol
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Had a bizarre dream of politics last night with the White House.
Going to think about that one for a while lol
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Just got the best news
Long time coming lol
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Just got the best news
Long time coming lol
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congrats!
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Just got the best news
Long time coming lol
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congrats!
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Thanks, weight off my shoulders for sure.
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Vibe lol
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Vibe lol
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mexican gangsta...woah now! (LOL)
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The water system that helped Angkor rise may have also brought its fall
Monsoon floods and decades of drought were too much for the infrastructure to bear

It had been previously thought that the city's abandonment in the fifteenth century was the result of a war with a neighboring kingdom and, possibly, the rise of Buddhism over Hinduism, but Penny and his colleagues think climate-induced infrastructure collapse could be to blame for the city’s demise.


On mound of the dead topic I’m thinking. Not necessarily water but climate.
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The water system that helped Angkor rise may have also brought its fall
Monsoon floods and decades of drought were too much for the infrastructure to bear

It had been previously thought that the city's abandonment in the fifteenth century was the result of a war with a neighboring kingdom and, possibly, the rise of Buddhism over Hinduism, but Penny and his colleagues think climate-induced infrastructure collapse could be to blame for the city’s demise.


On mound of the dead topic I’m thinking. Not necessarily water but climate.
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yes and they are on that same ancient line I believe

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this one will help


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resonance..

interesting
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The water system that helped Angkor rise may have also brought its fall
Monsoon floods and decades of drought were too much for the infrastructure to bear

It had been previously thought that the city's abandonment in the fifteenth century was the result of a war with a neighboring kingdom and, possibly, the rise of Buddhism over Hinduism, but Penny and his colleagues think climate-induced infrastructure collapse could be to blame for the city’s demise.


On mound of the dead topic I’m thinking. Not necessarily water but climate.
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yes and they are on that same ancient line I believe

[link to www.researchgate.net (secure)]

this one will help


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resonance..

interesting
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That is interesting. Reminds of standing waves antibodies and nodes

I wonder if these substructures have similar sliding blocks as some Egyptian pyramids have.
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The water system that helped Angkor rise may have also brought its fall
Monsoon floods and decades of drought were too much for the infrastructure to bear

It had been previously thought that the city's abandonment in the fifteenth century was the result of a war with a neighboring kingdom and, possibly, the rise of Buddhism over Hinduism, but Penny and his colleagues think climate-induced infrastructure collapse could be to blame for the city’s demise.


On mound of the dead topic I’m thinking. Not necessarily water but climate.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


yes and they are on that same ancient line I believe

[link to www.researchgate.net (secure)]

this one will help


[link to grahamhancock.com (secure)]

resonance..

interesting
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That is interesting. Reminds of standing waves antibodies and nodes

I wonder if these substructures have similar sliding blocks as some Egyptian pyramids have.
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I would venture to say yes, prolly balanced perfectly and leveraged so as well. Like Coral Castle's spinning 9 ton door


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Huh, so Elon’s substructures for tunneling and cars future came up as well as the physics of height and velocity to keep a satellite over a location constantly so it becomes moving and nonmoving at the same time.
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Huh, so Elon’s substructures for tunneling and cars future came up as well as the physics of height and velocity to keep a satellite over a location constantly so it becomes moving and nonmoving at the same time.
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that is a strange connection

they sure did build those tunnels really fast. wonder what drilled the tunnels?
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The water system that helped Angkor rise may have also brought its fall
Monsoon floods and decades of drought were too much for the infrastructure to bear

It had been previously thought that the city's abandonment in the fifteenth century was the result of a war with a neighboring kingdom and, possibly, the rise of Buddhism over Hinduism, but Penny and his colleagues think climate-induced infrastructure collapse could be to blame for the city’s demise.


On mound of the dead topic I’m thinking. Not necessarily water but climate.
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yes and they are on that same ancient line I believe

[link to www.researchgate.net (secure)]

this one will help


[link to grahamhancock.com (secure)]

resonance..

interesting
 Quoting: Huginn


That is interesting. Reminds of standing waves antibodies and nodes

I wonder if these substructures have similar sliding blocks as some Egyptian pyramids have.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


I would venture to say yes, prolly balanced perfectly and leveraged so as well. Like Coral Castle's spinning 9 ton door



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Wow, he had a stroke before he died. That came up new technology for stroke victims last night. He must be hovering lol
That is impressive door. Some pyramid doors were one way shut by filling of sand moving the blocks.

Off topic and on Florida bomber was did you see this lol
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Huh, so Elon’s substructures for tunneling and cars future came up as well as the physics of height and velocity to keep a satellite over a location constantly so it becomes moving and nonmoving at the same time.
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that is a strange connection

they sure did build those tunnels really fast. wonder what drilled the tunnels?
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Dwarfs. It’s gotta be lol
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Huh, so Elon’s substructures for tunneling and cars future came up as well as the physics of height and velocity to keep a satellite over a location constantly so it becomes moving and nonmoving at the same time.
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that is a strange connection

they sure did build those tunnels really fast. wonder what drilled the tunnels?
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Dwarfs. It’s gotta be lol
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LOL




there you go again!

lmao
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yes and they are on that same ancient line I believe

[link to www.researchgate.net (secure)]

this one will help


[link to grahamhancock.com (secure)]

resonance..

interesting
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That is interesting. Reminds of standing waves antibodies and nodes

I wonder if these substructures have similar sliding blocks as some Egyptian pyramids have.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


I would venture to say yes, prolly balanced perfectly and leveraged so as well. Like Coral Castle's spinning 9 ton door



 Quoting: Huginn


Wow, he had a stroke before he died. That came up new technology for stroke victims last night. He must be hovering lol
That is impressive door. Some pyramid doors were one way shut by filling of sand moving the blocks.

Off topic and on Florida bomber was did you see this lol
[link to www.cnn.com (secure)]
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chuckle

funny

then

:doomface:
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Huh, so Elon’s substructures for tunneling and cars future came up as well as the physics of height and velocity to keep a satellite over a location constantly so it becomes moving and nonmoving at the same time.
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that is a strange connection

they sure did build those tunnels really fast. wonder what drilled the tunnels?
 Quoting: Huginn


Dwarfs. It’s gotta be lol
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LOL




there you go again!

lmao
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Too funny!
That is hilarious

Neanderthals came up today about how they made tar and glue and weren’t as depicted like Hollywood’s cave men to be.
But I was joking there lol
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That is interesting. Reminds of standing waves antibodies and nodes

I wonder if these substructures have similar sliding blocks as some Egyptian pyramids have.
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I would venture to say yes, prolly balanced perfectly and leveraged so as well. Like Coral Castle's spinning 9 ton door



 Quoting: Huginn


Wow, he had a stroke before he died. That came up new technology for stroke victims last night. He must be hovering lol
That is impressive door. Some pyramid doors were one way shut by filling of sand moving the blocks.

Off topic and on Florida bomber was did you see this lol
[link to www.cnn.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Fancypantz


chuckle

funny

then

doomface
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Ricky would have a good song about this.
Spin not doom lol
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:P


hahaha

my 23 and me says I have a decent amount of their DNA so at least I know deep within me is a glue recipe!
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I would venture to say yes, prolly balanced perfectly and leveraged so as well. Like Coral Castle's spinning 9 ton door



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Wow, he had a stroke before he died. That came up new technology for stroke victims last night. He must be hovering lol
That is impressive door. Some pyramid doors were one way shut by filling of sand moving the blocks.

Off topic and on Florida bomber was did you see this lol
[link to www.cnn.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Fancypantz


chuckle

funny

then

:doomface:
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Ricky would have a good song about this.
Spin not doom lol
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i'm no Miss Ricky

but

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:P


hahaha

my 23 and me says I have a decent amount of their DNA so at least I know deep within me is a glue recipe!
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Nice lol
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Wow, he had a stroke before he died. That came up new technology for stroke victims last night. He must be hovering lol
That is impressive door. Some pyramid doors were one way shut by filling of sand moving the blocks.

Off topic and on Florida bomber was did you see this lol
[link to www.cnn.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Fancypantz


chuckle

funny

then

doomface
 Quoting: Huginn


Ricky would have a good song about this.
Spin not doom lol
 Quoting: Fancypantz


i'm no Miss Ricky

but


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Sweet
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Noting for later the building complexities of workers into structures of the past in agriculture and the parallels in each aspect.





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