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Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River

 
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Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
The area has had the worst drought in 1,200 years.

And then I promised to make it rain. Sure enough, rain has come almost daily. It hasn't been a lot but it consistently rains usually in the afternoon and evening.

Yesterday was the first day without rain, but today is making up for it.

You can take part by spinning orgonite and/or tensor rings. Spinning is an essential ingredient, so don't tell me orgonite is bull. Don't believe it? It's effing raining just like I said it would!

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Thread: How to end this deadly drought
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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
Need more data

[link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]


See if you can increase rains

Into the eastern states


[link to iridl.ldeo.columbia.edu]
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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
chorus:spin:
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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
I have been helping also OP.
I am a Rain Maker.
I know how to lift the curse on the desert land.

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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
Need more data

[link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]


See if you can increase rains

Into the eastern states


[link to iridl.ldeo.columbia.edu]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77703887


Wherever I see the correlation does not imply causation bullshit, I realize I'm dealing with a nonthinker, or a parrot who can't think for themselves.

Why? Because correlation is what so often leads to discovering the proper cause. But the morons who recite the broken bromide don't ever awaken to that salient fact.

Let me provide an example. Let's say you touched your finger to a burning hot stove several times. Each time, your finger gets burned a little more.

Only a total moron would say, "But the correlation between the hot stove and my burnt finger doesn't imply causation."

Any five year old child is smarter than that person because the child won't put his finger on the stove more than one or twice.

As for your puppeteering attempt by telling me I need to now make it rain in the East, who the eff are you to try to give me orders?? Well for one thing you're someone who is clueless about the dire situations at Lake Mead and Lake Powell that could have truly negative effects on the entire US.

So the effort will continue where it is most needed.

Maybe rather than standing on the sidelines contributing nothing excpt bad bromides, you could actually do what was asked: Spin orgonite and tensor rings. If you don't know what that is, look it up, because I'm not going to waste my time educating the unwilling or the truly stupid.

Sp we'll keep the focus where it is most needed.
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So you are so great and powerful

that you are entitled to be a condescending asshole to all those lesser others,

is what you are saying?


hmm
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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
Need more data

[link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]


See if you can increase rains

Into the eastern states


[link to iridl.ldeo.columbia.edu]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77703887


Wherever I see the correlation does not imply causation bullshit, I realize I'm dealing with a nonthinker, or a parrot who can't think for themselves.

Why? Because correlation is what so often leads to discovering the proper cause. But the morons who recite the broken bromide don't ever awaken to that salient fact.

Let me provide an example. Let's say you touched your finger to a burning hot stove several times. Each time, your finger gets burned a little more.

Only a total moron would say, "But the correlation between the hot stove and my burnt finger doesn't imply causation."

Any five year old child is smarter than that person because the child won't put his finger on the stove more than one or twice.

As for your puppeteering attempt by telling me I need to now make it rain in the East, who the eff are you to try to give me orders?? Well for one thing you're someone who is clueless about the dire situations at Lake Mead and Lake Powell that could have truly negative effects on the entire US.

So the effort will continue where it is most needed.

Maybe rather than standing on the sidelines contributing nothing excpt bad bromides, you could actually do what was asked: Spin orgonite and tensor rings. If you don't know what that is, look it up, because I'm not going to waste my time educating the unwilling or the truly stupid.

Sp we'll keep the focus where it is most needed.
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If you're not open to criticism
Not open for peer review

You are missing the fundamental building block of science

I bet logic never interested you

whistle
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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
I think it's great that you're experimenting with Orgonite. Good work, OP.


This is the monsoon season for the desert with "afternoon and evening" thunderstorms. Which will throw off your data and credit for the work.


To fill up the river? You have to begin where it starts.

My advice?
Focus on Idaho Wyoming and Colorado.
That is where your river begins.

Let's see what you can do.
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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
Prove you are real by adding a few extra zeros to the end of my bank account.
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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
Sounds like it may be time to untarp and clean the Cosmoline out of the ol’ cloudbuster...
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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
So you are so great and powerful

that you are entitled to be a condescending asshole to all those lesser others,

is what you are saying?


hmm
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I just needed to straighten out someone who lives by a broken bromide that has ruined so many discoveries. It's a horseshit path to side track us all from what it is we need.

The bromide has been set in such deep concrete of the mind that it needed to be shattered rather than played with all nicey nice.
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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
Need more data

[link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]


See if you can increase rains

Into the eastern states


[link to iridl.ldeo.columbia.edu]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77703887


Wherever I see the correlation does not imply causation bullshit, I realize I'm dealing with a nonthinker, or a parrot who can't think for themselves.

Why? Because correlation is what so often leads to discovering the proper cause. But the morons who recite the broken bromide don't ever awaken to that salient fact.

Let me provide an example. Let's say you touched your finger to a burning hot stove several times. Each time, your finger gets burned a little more.

Only a total moron would say, "But the correlation between the hot stove and my burnt finger doesn't imply causation."

Any five year old child is smarter than that person because the child won't put his finger on the stove more than one or twice.

As for your puppeteering attempt by telling me I need to now make it rain in the East, who the eff are you to try to give me orders?? Well for one thing you're someone who is clueless about the dire situations at Lake Mead and Lake Powell that could have truly negative effects on the entire US.

So the effort will continue where it is most needed.

Maybe rather than standing on the sidelines contributing nothing except bad bromides, you could actually do what was asked: Spin orgonite and tensor rings. If you don't know what that is, look it up, because I'm not going to waste my time educating the unwilling or the truly stupid.

So we'll keep the focus where it is most needed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82913668


If you're not open to criticism
Not open for peer review

You are missing the fundamental building block of science

I bet logic never interested you

whistle
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77703887


Show us all the peer review papers Tesla, Edison and the Wright Brothers wrote. They changed the world. That should prove to you that your so called 'logic' is truly inferior.

You wouldn't have a car, refrigerator, light bulb, or the ability to fly from city to city if your methodology were half as useful as you seem to think.

Show us the peer review paper that reveals you shouldn't touch a hot stove. If you can't find one, then keep touching hots stoves - that should be your motto.
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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
DOrolleyes

...it is helpful to understand how the records of Edison's laboratories and companies were generated during his own lifetime and how the archivists entrusted with their guardianship have subsequently treated them.

[link to edison.rutgers.edu (secure)]
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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
My first thoughts is that rain occurs in the southwest this time of the year as it is called the monsoon season by us old fucks who remember what it was like before the drought set in. My second thought is if you can make it rain, make it rain for say 17 days in a row, in the same place. I realize While I consider myself a reasonable man who is open to new ideas, but I am also a healthy skeptic who realizes even a broken clock is right twice a day.
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Are they still wasting the freshwater to CREATE a drought?
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So you are so great and powerful

that you are entitled to be a condescending asshole to all those lesser others,

is what you are saying?


hmm
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OP doesn’t sound like a condescending asshole in the least; he sounds like he knows his stuff. You, on the other hand, sound threatened by that fact.
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I think it's great that you're experimenting with Orgonite. Good work, OP.


This is the monsoon season for the desert with "afternoon and evening" thunderstorms. Which will throw off your data and credit for the work.


To fill up the river? You have to begin where it starts.

My advice?
Focus on Idaho Wyoming and Colorado.
That is where your river begins.

Let's see what you can do.
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Bystanders who think they have the answer. rolleyes

I made a prediction on a certain day, 6/23. Monsoon season doesn't start until mid July and into August and early September. Prior to the prediction there was no rain. Now it rains every day, mostly at the headwaters but in various places along the river.

I'm asking people to join me to have a greater effect. But instead of jumping in and getting this done, there are too many who want to come up with excuses while the US is going down due to this drought that has been the worst in 1,200 years.

You're invited to focus on the Green River. Any and all help is appreciated.
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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
My first thoughts is that rain occurs in the southwest this time of the year as it is called the monsoon season by us old fucks who remember what it was like before the drought set in. My second thought is if you can make it rain, make it rain for say 17 days in a row, in the same place. I realize While I consider myself a reasonable man who is open to new ideas, but I am also a healthy skeptic who realizes even a broken clock is right twice a day.
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Monsoon season starts in mid July in Colorado. I started on June 23. Furthermore there have been mostly droughts for the last 23 years.

My clock has been right 17 times out of 18, not twice. Seventeen is not two. Keep that straight in your head.
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I have been helping also OP.
I am a Rain Maker.
I know how to lift the curse on the desert land.


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Thank you for what you do! cheers
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I think it's great that you're experimenting with Orgonite. Good work, OP.


This is the monsoon season for the desert with "afternoon and evening" thunderstorms. Which will throw off your data and credit for the work.


To fill up the river? You have to begin where it starts.

My advice?
Focus on Idaho Wyoming and Colorado.
That is where your river begins.

Let's see what you can do.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75913974


Bystanders who think they have the answer. rolleyes

I made a prediction on a certain day, 6/23. Monsoon season doesn't start until mid July and into August and early September. Prior to the prediction there was no rain. Now it rains every day, mostly at the headwaters but in various places along the river.

I'm asking people to join me to have a greater effect. But instead of jumping in and getting this done, there are too many who want to come up with excuses while the US is going down due to this drought that has been the worst in 1,200 years.

You're invited to focus on the Green River. Any and all help is appreciated.
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propoganda
"Monsoon season in Tucson, Arizona started June 15, according to the National Weather Service."
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DOrolleyes

...it is helpful to understand how the records of Edison's laboratories and companies were generated during his own lifetime and how the archivists entrusted with their guardianship have subsequently treated them.

[link to edison.rutgers.edu (secure)]
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Let me break it to you hopefully in a way you can understand.

When the lights went on at the Chicago Worlds Fair Thanks to Edison's light bulb and Tesla's alternating current, hopefully no one like yourself was standing around saying that the correlation between the light switch and the lights coming on did not imply that there was light at night at the Fair.

The same can be said when Alexander Graham Bell instructed Watson over the phone, “Mr. Watson, come here; I want you,” and he did, that it was correlation but it did not imply that Watson heard the instruction.

If you wish to do studies, have at it. I wish to refill Lakes Powell and Mead, so that's what we are in the process of doing. I'm not a paper pusher. With continued success we will be lake fillers.
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I think it's great that you're experimenting with Orgonite. Good work, OP.


This is the monsoon season for the desert with "afternoon and evening" thunderstorms. Which will throw off your data and credit for the work.


To fill up the river? You have to begin where it starts.

My advice?
Focus on Idaho Wyoming and Colorado.
That is where your river begins.

Let's see what you can do.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75913974


Bystanders who think they have the answer. rolleyes

I made a prediction on a certain day, 6/23. Monsoon season doesn't start until mid July and into August and early September. Prior to the prediction there was no rain. Now it rains every day, mostly at the headwaters but in various places along the river.

I'm asking people to join me to have a greater effect. But instead of jumping in and getting this done, there are too many who want to come up with excuses while the US is going down due to this drought that has been the worst in 1,200 years.

You're invited to focus on the Green River. Any and all help is appreciated.
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propoganda
"Monsoon season in Tucson, Arizona started June 15, according to the National Weather Service."

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The Colorado river does not go to Tucson. It's headwaters are northwest of Denver!

Tucson is about 400 miles SOUTHEAST of the river's closest point.
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Are they still wasting the freshwater to CREATE a drought?
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More than likely. But it's far easier for that to succeed when there has been a drought for 23 years with few exceptions.

I don't have to power to control political officials. All I can do is make it rain (not by controlling the weather but by restoring normal EMF's to the air.)
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Re: Just like predicted, it has rained 17 days out of 18 along the Colorado River
Make it 18 days out of 19. It's actually raining around the Lake Mead watershed. This is wonderful news for Lake Mead, a location that averages a paltry .69 inches of precipitation a year!
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Yeah! The Colorado got .24 inches of rain just above Lake Mead at the 7 o'clock hour tonight and .07 at the 6 o'clock hour.





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