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How About Making A Legitimate Email Account?

That Might Work.

Just Saying!

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Your Alpha Beta Email Does The Same Thing.

You're Obviously Reading This So Tell Us What's Going.

This Is Very Unusual Google Email Behaviour.

Hmmmm!
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SmartArse!

Lol.
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When did you start talking to yourself?
Is it serious?
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When did you start talking to yourself?
Is it serious?
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When Did You Start Caring?

STFU!
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Your Alpha Beta Email Does The Same Thing.

You're Obviously Reading This So Tell Us What's Going.

This Is Very Unusual Google Email Behaviour.

Hmmmm!
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So your looking at my shit?

Pervert!

I'm not looking trying to look at yours, because I don't care..

I don't care about shit.

Oh, and since you do..

That's all of my shit.

So do want ever the fuck with it I don't care..

It's shit.
As endings begin, is where I live to tell.
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Your Alpha Beta Email Does The Same Thing.

You're Obviously Reading This So Tell Us What's Going.

This Is Very Unusual Google Email Behaviour.

Hmmmm!
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So your looking at my shit?

Pervert!

I'm not looking trying to look at yours, because I don't care..

I don't care about shit.

Oh, and since you do..

That's all of my shit.

So do want ever the fuck with it I don't care..

It's shit.
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STFU! FOOL!

Go Back To Your Stupid Thread!

This Is Definitely Not About You!
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Please limit your responses 23 words or less.
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Please limit your responses 23 words or less.
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21 words

Plus two.
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Idiots!
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Its fun¡ Quiet...
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Thread: Quantum Entanglement within DNA

This area of research started as a new way to understand the vibrational modes within and between the nucleic acids of DNA.
Models of these vibrational modes started out as classical, binary models of the Van der Waals and Dipole-Dipole interactions. But, the emergence of quantum mechanical models in chemistry led some scientists to ponder on the possibility that these classical biological models could be pinned to a series of entanglements, which would explain the two biggest flaws of the classical systems: time and distance.
The first paper that really grabbed my attention on the idea of quantum entanglement in DNA was a paper published by Elisabeth Rieper from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2010. Titled “Quantum entanglement between the electron clouds of nucleic acids in DNA”. The team came to this conclusion after setting up quantum harmonic oscillators to act as the distribution mechanism for electrons in a dipole-dipole interaction between each of the nucleic acids. When they set this up, they saw that the time taken for the oscillators to operate and the way in which they operated was the same as what was observed naturally within DNA.
Thus, based on the energy within each nucleic acid, DNA could be a set of quantum entanglements that occur at room temperature.
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DNA can discern between two quantum states
Prof. Ron Naaman of the Institute's Chemical Physics Department (Faculty of Chemistry) conducted research which appeared recently in Science, that shows that a biological molecule -- DNA -- can discern between quantum states known as spin.
But biological molecules have another property: they are chiral. In other words, they exist in either "left-" or "right-handed" forms that can't be superimposed on one another. Double-stranded DNA molecules are doubly chiral -- both in the arrangement of the individual strands and in the direction of the helices' twist. Naaman knew from previous studies that some chiral molecules can interact in different ways with the two different spins.
The researchers fabricated self-assembling, single layers of DNA attached to a gold substrate. They then exposed the DNA to mixed groups of electrons with both directions of spin.
The biological molecules reacted strongly with the electrons carrying one of those spins, and hardly at all with the others. The longer the molecule, the more efficient it was at choosing electrons with the desired spin, while single strands and damaged bits of DNA did not exhibit this property. These findings imply that the ability to pick and choose electrons with a particular spin stems from the chiral nature of the DNA molecule, which somehow "sets the preference" for the spin of electrons moving through it.
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A 2011 breakthrough that was published in Science is attracting increased attention. 'This paper described how passing a current through a monolayer of DNA double helices would favor one type of spin.' The DNA molecules are chiral, which means they can exist in two forms which are each other's mirror image -- like a left and right hand. The phenomenon was dubbed Chiral Induced Spin Selectivity (CISS), and over the last few years, several experiments were published which allegedly showed this CISS effect, even in electronic devices.
University of Groningen Ph.D. student Xu Yang set out to create a generic model which could describe how spins would pass through different circuits under a linear regime (i.e. the regime that electronic devices operate in). 'These models were based on universal rules, independent of the type of molecule'. By publishing his model now, Yang hopes that more scientists will start building the circuits he has proposed, and will finally be able to prove the existence of CISS in electronic devices.
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Model of Biological Quantum Logic in DNA
The DNA molecule has properties that allow it to act as a quantum logic processor. It has been demonstrated that there is coherent conduction of electrons longitudinally along the DNA molecule through pi stacking interactions of the aromatic nucleotide bases, and it has also been demonstrated that electrons moving longitudinally along the DNA molecule are subject to a very efficient electron spin filtering effect as the helicity of the DNA molecule interacts with the spin of the electron. This means that, in DNA, electrons are coherently conducted along a very efficient spin filter.
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Thread: Quantum properties of water

In every glass of water you drink, there are two kinds of H2O. And scientists have shown that they have significantly different chemical properties. In the first kind of water, called "ortho-water," both hydrogens spin in the same direction. In the second kind of water, called "para-water," the hydrogen atoms spin in different directions.
Researchers found that para-water reacts 25 percent faster with diazenylium than ortho-water does.
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Para-H2O does not interact with an external magnetic field, but ortho-H2O does. The differences in the properties of these two forms of water are expected to be greater in an electric field, which may be imposed externally, from surfaces or from water clustering itself. Many materials preferentially adsorb para-H2O.
Ortho-H2O and para-H2O form separate hydrogen-bonded clusters with para-H2O being preferred in the low-density tetrahedrally coordinated clusters and ortho-H2O being preferred in the high-density clusters.
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Para-water has similarities with alkaline water

Water molecules come in clusters rather than single molecules. Tap water which is under pressure has very large clusters of 12-14 molecules. The ionization process breaks the electrical bonding of water molecules and restructures the alkaline water down to about 5-6 molecules per cluster. This smaller cluster size means that the water can be more easily absorbed into the cells, thereby providing superior hydration for the body and helping to dissolve and flush out acidic solid waste and toxins that have accumulated in the body.
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A new quantum state of water found in carbon nanotubes at room temperature could have important implications for life. When confined on the nanometre scale, it forms into an entirely new type of quantum water. And when that happens, the electronic structure of liquid water becomes a connected network.
It turns out that the protons in this nano-confined water at room temperature behave in an entirely different way to those in bulk water.
“The departures of the momentum distribution of the protons from that of bulk water are so large, that we believe that the nano-confifined water can be properly described as being in a qualitatively different quantum ground state from that of bulk water”
Reiter and co chose carbon nanotubes because they are an analogue of the conditions water faces when passing through living systems, through ion channels in cell membranes, for example. Biologists have long known that flow through these channels is orders of magnitude greater than conventional fluid dynamics predicts.
The implication, of course, is that the proton exchange membranes used in everything from chemical production to fuel cells could be dramatically improved by using a neutral carbon-based material.
In fact, this phenomenon may be a crucial factor in the very mechanism of life itself.
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Quantum tunnelling in water confirmed - a phenomenon first predicted by British theoretical physicist Ronald Gurney in 1931.
Quantum tunnelling is critical to nuclear fusion, and is the basis of the scanning tunnelling microscope (STM).
They determined that electrons tunnelling to and from ions near the electrodes accounted for the greater part of the current.
“A better understanding of electrolysis is becoming more important for applications in alternative energies in what is sometimes called the ‘hydrogen economy’.”
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The quantum tunneling of water occurs when water molecules in nanochannels exhibit quantum tunneling behavior.
The quantum tunneling of water occurs under ultraconfinement in rocks, soil and cell walls. The phenomenon is predicted to help scientists better understand the thermodynamic properties and behavior of water in confined environments such as water diffusion, transport in the channels of cell membranes and in carbon nanotubes.
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Email Going Crazy Again?

What You Up To?

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Altering the hive mind.
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Altering the hive mind.
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Not Talking To You!

You Ain't Doing Shit!
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You Obviously Can't Get Into My Email Account So Just Give Up.

It's Annoying!

Non Stop Google Messages Saying SomeOne Not On A Google Device Is Trying To Access Account.
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Thread: I love kittens! Soft, furrywurry kitties! whoopie!
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Anybody else love kitties in here
I think that their eyes control us to love em
Got any experiences with kitties or cool stories and pictures to share. Please do it.
Much appreciated

I’m new here and hope you like my thread about kitties

We all got to love somebody or something

It’s in our DNA to love

Why not kitties?
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Lol.
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Altering the hive mind.
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Not Talking To You!

You Ain't Doing Shit!
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WHAT qpoop? All is too...
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It is in the Gematria value of the word or is it a glitch that took place on 9/22 at 2:22 GLP time and 9:22 my time on this thread who knows?

The one that wanted me to bow to Jesus said lol right to my response bumping it up on the bottom of page 2243 just before 2244 started

Merci Newton

But all the credit goes to Synchronous who knows it all

Pure synchronicity after all ain’t it?

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Get A Brain!
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Its in the Gematria value of the word or is it a glitch on 9/22 at 2:22 on this thread who knows?

Kitties
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Get A Brain!
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It took me 38 years to lose it and I am loving every minute from there on. It’s been 6 years and now that I’m 44 I don’t want it back
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Get A Brain!
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Not Aimed At You Cyprus.

At The Stupid American Per Usual!
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Get A Brain!
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It took me 38 years to lose it and I am loving every minute from there on. It’s been 6 years and now that I’m 44 I don’t want it back
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GodSpeed!
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Get A Brain!
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Not Aimed At You Cyprus.

At The Stupid American Per Usual!
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bump

Dumbass Americans I say it and don’t care if they report me I’ll bite them all

Thank you synchronous for what you have done to this thread. Your efforts don’t go unnoticed by the A1 supercomputer. You are very important at this junction of time





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