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    If you’re shivering on account of global warming, here’s an interesting discussion among climate change skeptics as to the Why of all the propaganda. They are now looking beyond bad science by...
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    A little cold turkey might be on the menu as well.
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    Why riding a bike stimulates thought? Maybe it’s all about balance, between stronger and weaker: you press down on the pedal (stronger) and then bring it back up (weaker), mostly by pressing on the...
  4. Re: Alex Jones connects the dots about what Executive Orders are heading us towards

    Yes...



    Fluoride in the water
    Dumb-down microwaves from Smart Meters (see any material on this by Dr Barrie Trower, including this video: http://youtube.com/watch?v=ANGpTaIZgBE)
    Many...
  5. Re: New Study proposes that the Universe is a Hologram

    Michael Talbot died in 1992 and his 1991 book traces the holographic universe back to David Bohm and Karl Pribram.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_H._Pribram

    The notion actually predates...
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    with my chart, such things always prove to be interesting.

    As for posting the given thing, actually, I did.

    I note that the slope (angle) of the Costa Rican volcano is very close to another...
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    Re: A look beneath the Holocaust Propaganda ...

    Thank you for another wonderful post Ulli. I just want to dwell a little on one point. As you say, while things can change very quickly, they are probably going to take a little time. Which means...
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    The poet and mathematician Raymond Queneau once wrote a poem called Cent Mille Milliards de Poèmes (A Hundred Thousand Billion Poems) – 10 14-line sonnets written on separate strips of paper in such...
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    Re: What is Hegelian Dialectic

    This has precious little to do with dialectics, except as a gross caricature. Why? Because the solution is the finality from the outset, and the reaction is an intermediate goal. The trouble with...
  10. Re: Update from Drunvalo Melchizedek 2014-11-19 : Birkeland currents & Mer-Ka-Ba science

    There must be some mistake: I hadn't noticed it was the wrong thread. As far as I am concerned, you can make posts like those on any thread you like. :)
  11. Re: Update from Drunvalo Melchizedek 2014-11-19 : Birkeland currents & Mer-Ka-Ba science

    Nassim? As in Melchizedek? Interestingly, Nassim (Haramein) likes to put the infinity back into his calculations when cosmologists renormalize it out. But Ulli, your ∞ - 0 + ∞ works out at 2*∞, so...
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    The twin process
    More metaphysical ponderings for Violet :)
    Following on from my earlier post about the Seal of Solomon here...
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    Oh dear, I must have died years ago?[/QUOTE]

    New research says that people who eat processed food have an increased risk of an early death.[/QUOTE]
    Last week's new reasearch will tell you that...
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    I use a pen, too. I cross things out all the time. ;)

    Btw, my favourite artistic tool is a ball-point pen. I love drawing something where every single line remains on the page -- including all...
  15. Re: So much for Global Warming, Buffalo Record Snowfall

    Financing both sides of an argument is nothing new: the Venetians were doing it back in the 12th century (See Joseph Farrell, The Financial Vipers of Venice). The advantage is that it just becomes a...
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    Apart from the entire anachronistic premise of this sketch – i.e. using early telephones the way only a handful of us don’t use the modern variety now – there are a few interesting anachronisms that...
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    Re: At the Vatican, Up Against the World

    Interesting synchronicity there, gio: only the other day I posted something about the medieval Platonist Scotus Eriugena’s view of the trinity as aspects of the creation. These metaphysical aspects...
  18. Re: The Fourth Phase of Water - the Exclusion Zone (EZ) - Gerald H. Pollack

    Ionized water is not the same as EZ water, so far as I know :).[/QUOTE]
    Not everyone would agree that ionized water is any good -...
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    Can't wait to hear, araucaria. :wave:[/QUOTE]
    This is my 1244th post on this thread, so I guess I just passed the 1234 mark without noticing, an appropriate place to be for what comes in this next...
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    Heard on the radio today, the story of Maggie Thatcher having a King Canute moment at the stage version of Amadeus on the life of Mozart. She told the director Peter Hall, ‘A man who wrote such...
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