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    Thank you and good to know you have had first-hand experience ...:clapping:
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    There was a time when almost every rural British family who kept bees followed a strange tradition. Whenever there was a death in the family, someone had to go out to the hives and tell the bees of...
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    Re: And Then They Came for the Books...

    Who to believe?

    On one hand you have the authors of this book, and on the other Dr Li Meng-Yan, a specialist in virology at Hong Kong's School of Public Health, who claims the virus was created in...
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    Re: Meme Your Memeist Memes Thread

    Yes, but if you pulled on it a few times a nice and clean section of towel appeared.
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    The Delicate Art of Cobweb Paintings

    Who could have thought that the delicate, fine, silky threads of a spider’s cobweb could be woven into a canvas strong enough to withstand the abrasive strokes of an artist’s brush? But the hundred...
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    Re: What are you reading ?

    Sheesh
    I'd no idea there were so many parts...
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    Re: All Sports All The Time

    This is a video of a Polish lunatic known as BNT (or the Silesian Spiderman) climbing the second tallest skyscraper in Paris: the 689 ft (210 m) Tour Montparnasse. The video is a lot of first person...
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    Re: Covid-19 and Blood Groups

    It might seem odd to some, but I haven't the foggiest what my blood group is :doh:
  9. Australian man suffers double eye injury in magpie swooping attack after 'conversation' turns ugly

    What started as a “one-way conversation” with a magpie has ended with a Victorian man airlifted to hospital with serious injuries to both his eyes.

    James Glindemann, 68, said he was about to tuck...
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    Chronotopic Anamorphosis

    Video of a Processing program that slices up frames from a video and displays them with a slight time delay from top to bottom. The result is completely trippy. Wait for the door opening bit.

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    The Invasion of America

    A time lapse view from 1776 to the present day of how the US government systematically took land from Native Americans through treaties and executive orders that were rarely honored for long.
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  12. Re: Disc shape seen on Google Earth in Antarctica

    Linda Moulton-Howe talked about this last week on her latest Earthfiles show.
  13. Time Lapse of a Sunflower Growing from Seed to Flower

    Starting from a seed, a sunflower plant grows, flowers…and then wilts. I’ve always thought these kinds of videos were wonderful, but given recent events, they are hitting with an extra poignance. Or...
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    Worn Away

    Laurin Döpfner took an industrial sander to objects like logs, electronics, a camera, and a walnut, shaved off 0.5 mm at a time, and made a time lapse video of the results.

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    Seagull Contrails

    Using a tiny bit of post-processing, the flight paths of seagulls become visible in this video


    https://vimeo.com/118854978
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    Re: Bob Lazar and Area 51 Revisited

    Well spotted!

    I don't condone subliminal trickery either.
    Seems obvious to me that this so-called expert was using it to bolster his feeble argument and maybe has a personal crusade against...
  17. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Sorry, maybe I shouldn't have posted it as no one seems to like the idea....




    From Bill: No, it was a great idea! I was just a little late posting my reply below because I spent a long time...
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    Re: The Best Broadcast You Listened To Today

    Extraterrestrials - Why They're Almost Certainly Out There... | Chris Crowe | TEDx


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  19. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Hello Bill,

    May I ask....

    What is your idea of perfect happiness?

    What is your greatest fear?

    Which living person do you most admire?
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    Re: Bob Lazar and Area 51 Revisited

    Well spotted!

    I don't condone subliminal trickery either.
    Seems obvious to me that this so-called expert was using it to bolster his feeble argument and maybe has a personal crusade against BL?
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