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    Re: Turmoil in Ecuador

    Quote taken from The Saker:



    https://jornalggn.com.br/sites/default/files/2019/10/tv-ggn-equador-em-chamas-contra-neoliberalismo-e-moreno-culpa-correa-e-venezuela-conaie1.jpg


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  2. Re: Trade, Currency and Economic War: Sanctions, Tariffs, Market Sell-offs, etc.

    I would take Rob Kirby's claims with a pinch of salt, especially his predictions. But he made some interesting observations. Emphasis is mine.

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    Re: Middle East Rubik's Cube

    From and more here: https://netblocks.org/reports/iraq-blocks-facebook-twitter-whatsapp-and-instagram-amid-civil-unrest-zA4zGlyR

    Is this related in any way or just coincidental timing?[/QUOTE]
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    Re: Financial flows: moves, changes and significant events

    Thanks Silvanelf, that's an important wider context.

    And your question and articles you shared remind me of a piece written by Alastair Crooke published 18 December 2018:

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    That...
  5. Re: Boeing Mega Troubles with its 737 MAX 8 Overriding Nose Dive Crashes

    It gets even worse:


    https://www.zerohedge.com/technology/earlier-versions-boeings-mcas-included-crucial-safeguards-were-kept-737-max
  6. Re: Boeing Mega Troubles with its 737 MAX 8 Overriding Nose Dive Crashes

    Jeez, what a diluted euphemism. :facepalm:

    'Missteps' = catastrophic lack of understanding by the pilots what the **** was going on, due to their being almost totally unaware of MCAS having never...
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    Re: Financial flows: moves, changes and significant events

    Moderator note

    This is posted previously here: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?108637-Financial-flows-moves-changes-and-significant-events&p=1316369&viewfull=1#post1316369

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    Re: Are ETs Benevolent or Malevolent?

    we all have free will after all.
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    Actually many neuroscientists say these days that we don't have. Brain studies show that the decissions are made before we start to make our minds. Our...
  9. Re: Financial flows: moves, changes and significant events

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    What if ... the trade war is in reality an already ongoing process of economic decoupling between US and China?

    Delisting Chinese firms from US stock markets appears as a major...
  10. Re: Financial flows: moves, changes and significant events

    Same here: I am neither an economist nor a financier.



    The cause seems to be a liquidity squeeze. Take a look at the repo market. First of all, an explanation of that obscure word:

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  11. Re: Watching Eurasia and the New Silk Road / One Belt One Road (OBOR)

    On one hand a statement like "Global trade rules are no longer fit for purpose" sounds pretty innocent -- on the other hand it is somewhat similar to all that talk about the "rules-based order."
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  12. Re: Science, Dogma and the Obsolescence of Evolution

    If you don't like the concept regarding the 'common ancestor' ... why don't you look for an alternative explanation instead of jumping up and down and calling bull****?

    The hypothesis about the...
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    Re: Lamarckism: a different theory of evolution

    Another interesting article about Lamarck's theory and epigenetics.

    By the way the article contains some snide remarks about evolutionary psychology. This one made my day:



    "It [evolutionary...
  14. Re: Michio Kaku on US Navy UFO Confirmation - " The Evidence is Overwhelming "

    Don't underestimate the power of cognitive dissonance: "It can't be true, there must be a measurement error ... lens flare ... whatever ..."
  15. Re: Science, Dogma and the Obsolescence of Evolution

    Some scientific results which contradict all that hand-waving arguments against evolution:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LwfxSz73hdI
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    Re: Middle East Rubik's Cube

    But in this case the Saudis would lose a part of their market share.


    https://www.zerohedge.com/energy/defend-its-market-share-aramco-looks-import-crude-gas-other-products
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    Re: Lamarckism: a different theory of evolution

    Another article about the connection between epigenetics and morphogenetic fields -- emphasis mine:


    http://www.hughdower.com/essays/lamarckian-inheritance-from-epigenetics/
  18. Re: Science, Dogma and the Obsolescence of Evolution

    An important argument.
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    No, it's not. It takes just half a minute to search the web, then you will know that this argument has been discussed by scientists at great length.

    The first...
  19. Re: Science, Dogma and the Obsolescence of Evolution

    Here is another article:

    The Science of the Dogon by Laird Scranton

    These discoveries support the idea of 'Extraterrestrial Design' or a hypthesis like 'Extraterrestrial Meddling in our...
  20. Re: Science, Dogma and the Obsolescence of Evolution

    If you think that these arguments are new, then you are plain wrong. These arguments and counter-arguments have been discussed for centuries!

    Two well-known advocates of the 'argument from...
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