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  1. Re: Star Trek: Discovery will be the next Trek TV series

    The way a warp drive works partly dictates the ships shapes in the Star Trek world. The warp drive can only propel the ship in one direction, and it needs offset nacelles away from the main body of...
  2. Re: Star Trek: Discovery will be the next Trek TV series

    Call me crazy, I like the look. I assume this is a hardy deep space / scout type vessel hearkening back to old school types of design ... perhaps shortly after "Enterprise" time period?

    Here's a...
  3. Re: Star Trek: Discovery will be the next Trek TV series

    I think the whole thing might be animated ... like the Star Wars "Rebels" series. Style looks very similar ...
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  4. Re: Star Trek: Discovery will be the next Trek TV series

    I think the whole thing might be animated ... like the Star Wars "Rebels" series. Style looks very similar ...

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    Re: Migraine - preventive medication?

    You can also check the name "Petadolex" - same thing, available on iHerb. I had a fiend who took this for his migraines - it seemed to help him have less frequency and severity.
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    Re: Migraine - preventive medication?

     
    Look into "Butterbur" (Petasites) extracts.

    Check the info here: http://www.lifeextension.com/magazine/2008/8/Preventing-migraine-Pain-with-Butterbur/Page-01
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    Re: Everybody here pray right now..

     
    Re: the appearance of the worst time in humanity's history

    Note, I refer to all this new atrocity as an "appearance" - even Jesus said do not be deceived by appearances.

    The media and its...
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    Re: Flat Earth Idea - Why so popular?

    Everything they do has more than one purpose ... we've only touched on two. :)
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    Re: Flat Earth Idea - Why so popular?

    Testing. Testing methods, and getting responses - data to feedback into fine tuning their control mechanisms / algorithms. All prep for the implementation of global control down to the personal level.
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    Re: Solar Roadways are real?

    Lol ... Canadian ;) Agreed -- most of Canada is covered in snow in winter, plows wouldn't play nice with it. :)
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    Re: Solar Roadways are real?

    I wonder if advances in piezoelectric technology coupled with solar technology for roadway would be more viable ? ... I think learning ways to utilize electricity more efficiently in all applications...
  12. Re: Windows 10 - Turn off automatic update or else...

    I can understand this move (although I hate M$ - not really defending them, just defending some logic). Previous (I'm thinking NT / XP days) "Enterprise Editions" of windows were priced according to...
  13. Re: Should channelling possibly be one case where the baby is not worth saving bathwater-wise?

    I've experienced this but mine is not a "voice" it's my own thoughts talking to me, or about me, or sometimes even about stuff that makes no sense to me. I created a thread about it yesterday and...
  14. Thread: Edgar Cayce

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    Re: Edgar Cayce

    As far as I am concerned Cayce was the only psychic who proved the worth of that title. That gift of tapping into the collective human subconscious is a gift, a gift that is bestowed upon all humans,...
  15. Re: Is anyone else upset that the ET/Alien presence/obsession is giving us a false sense of hope?

    I'm tired of the always hard drawn distinction between what "must be" "aliens" in our past and the various beings (including humans) who were earlier participants in the "human" project on planet...
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    Re: Where is the International Space Station?

    I'm fairly confident there are no stationary satellites in orbit. :facepalm:

    Large satellites are car sized, how far away would a car sized object need to be before it was out of the cameras...
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    Re: The Full Moon and the Eighth Sphere

    I used to imagine how humans might "get rid" of the moon when I was a child - playing out various scenarios, like nuking the crap out of it, or sending it out of orbit. I didn't really ever wonder...
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    Re: Where is the International Space Station?

    Of course, what's really curious about this photo is the seemingly non-parallel shadows, suggesting two different light sources, not just one (the sun). (It's possible that it's the angle of the left...
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    Re: Where is the International Space Station?

    Do you actually believe that image represents scale? It's an illustration for illustrative purposes only.

    Consider that LEO (low earth orbit) range from 160kms to about 2000kms above the earth and...
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    Re: Where is the International Space Station?

    It's called exposure levels. The human eye can see a range of brightness (exposure) of about eight or nine f-stops (f-stops (or just f) is the standard unit of measure for the range of light...
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