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  1. Re: got the results back from the rain sample I collected in June

    I thinking, perhaps Avalon could start a project, and have people from all areas do some basic rainwater testing for us to collect some stats.

    We would need to know:
    -Water size sample -- should...
  2. Re: Current Media Events and Hints of a Fake Alien Invasion

    Yeah but ... sensationalism has a lot of weight these days ... you never know :P
  3. Re: Current Media Events and Hints of a Fake Alien Invasion

    What do you mean again? When was the last fake alien invasion? Before I was born I guess ... :P

    I think they've put that one on the back burner (fake invasion), and are trying a restart on the...
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    Re: MITs Robotic Cheetah,,,wow, quiet too!

    The gas / hydraulic versions are obnoxiously loud ... in fact, that is a gross understatement to describe the sound they make. Good to see they are continuing to improve electrical tech ... soon...
  5. Re: got the results back from the rain sample I collected in June

    Ok, so I talked to the people at my work who know all about testing results from labs as they have things tested and have to interpret the results almost daily as their job.
    Let’s first get clear...
  6. Re: got the results back from the rain sample I collected in June

    Aluminium does not come out of the ground as shiny metal it comes out of the ground as Bauxite ore not Aluminium.[/QUOTE]

    Testing water with bauxite ore would test positive for aluminum, if one...
  7. Re: Arm & Hammer reply: no aluminum in their baking soda.

    http://giuliaholland.com/how-to-live-in-the-aluminium-age-and-keep-your-marbles/



    EDIT: If we are ingesting 200mg of aluminum per day, and 21mcg kills a person as indicated in that ad, the...
  8. Re: got the results back from the rain sample I collected in June

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    No problem ;-)

    While both barium and aluminum are excellent conductors of electricity, neither are magnetic (sort of). I would be at a loss to explain how nanoparticles at any...
  9. Re: got the results back from the rain sample I collected in June

    Without evil deeds, these tests might not be accurate. It really depends on the methodologies used, and care that was put into a test. At my work we have to test for chemicals all the time in our...
  10. Re: got the results back from the rain sample I collected in June

    And unfortunately it is still not known whether aluminum causes Alzheimer's. If we did, we'd likely have a cure already. Despite Alzheimer's sufferers having a slight increase of aluminum in the...
  11. Re: got the results back from the rain sample I collected in June

    And unfortunately it is still not known whether aluminum causes Alzheimer's. If we did, we'd likely have a cure already. Despite Alzheimer's sufferers having a slight increase of aluminum in the...
  12. Re: got the results back from the rain sample I collected in June

    I don't think we know what levels are "safe", but I'd say 200 mg (on average - I had a doctor I work with find this number for me for some other thing I was working on a while back), is way above a...
  13. Re: got the results back from the rain sample I collected in June

    If ND is one of the viable results for each test, then yes your are correct in that case. It would best if you could upload the actual report, then people who commonly read these can see it for...
  14. Re: got the results back from the rain sample I collected in June

    http://giuliaholland.com/how-to-live-in-the-aluminium-age-and-keep-your-marbles/



    EDIT: If we are ingesting 200mg of aluminum per day, and 21mcg kills a person as indicated in that ad, the...
  15. Re: got the results back from the rain sample I collected in June

    I just want to make it clear that anywhere you see a ">" means the quantity wasn't detectable, but the number that follows it indicates the detection level. So for example for strontium, but the...
  16. Re: got the results back from the rain sample I collected in June

    Barium like aluminum is an element - it is not a derivative of anything, but the two are sometimes used together.



    Aluminum is rather non-magnetic by its nature.
  17. Re: got the results back from the rain sample I collected in June

    Yes killing us softly indeed! If not directly of body but of mind. Who are we if our minds are killed off! If i'm not mistaken Aluminium is connected to loss of mind illnesses. Fluoride btw helps the...
  18. Re: got the results back from the rain sample I collected in June

    That doesn't look too alarming to me. This report doesn't tell much ...

    Usually when you see ">" that means less than the detectable limit of their methodology / equipment - it means it may fall...
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    Re: Blood Group does effect your health.

    Not aware of it nor MSSE, AVG or Comodo... also got latest Java version and I didn't click on anything on that page...[/QUOTE]

    Weird, maybe my Java needs an update ...
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    Re: Blood Group does effect your health.

    MSSE flagged that site as being compromised at the moment ... ? But after a few reloads ... it stopped. Weird.[/QUOTE]

    I did some digging and found I picked up a JavaScript exploit from that site...
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