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  1. Re: War breaking out in the Middle East: Israel vs Syria, May 2018 (perhaps entangling Iran, Russia and the US)

    To an extent. We can't really say Ankara totally directly controls all those groups. But at the very least, it turned a blind eye to anyone from Chechnya or China who happened to want to pass its...
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    Re: The Serpent, the Black Sun, HPB & St. Germain

    Naga Kingdom

    It struck me as odd in the previous post that Nagarjuna is attached to one of the only Licchavis that anything is known about, Amshu Verma, pioneer of the "golden age". The Dharanis...
  3. Re: War breaking out in the Middle East: Israel vs Syria, May 2018 (perhaps entangling Iran, Russia and the US)

    Unsurprisingly:

    ""Footage proves last week’s attack on an Iranian oil tanker was carried out by the US, Israel, and Saudi Arabia, a member of Iran’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission...
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    Re: Nuclear: Fusion, Fission, and...

    The Navy design appears to be "compact fusion". "Cold fusion" is a different beast which runs LENR or Low Energy Reaction.

    Fuel for these devices (or at least a kind of them) would be a few grams...
  5. Re: War breaking out in the Middle East: Israel vs Syria, May 2018 (perhaps entangling Iran, Russia and the US)

    This is not quite a law yet, however, a Syrian Analyst has given about fifteen points of the deal between Syria and "the Kurds". Although there is an "et cetera", this point seemed worthy of note:
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  6. Re: War breaking out in the Middle East: Israel vs Syria, May 2018 (perhaps entangling Iran, Russia and the US)

    In their might, the Turks have managed to bomb a civilian convoy, killing and wounding French journalists. In the occupied towns, civilian casualties are high. No white kid gloves here.

    Since...
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    Re: The Serpent, the Black Sun, HPB & St. Germain

    The Two Nepals

    I dug around a bit more in terms of ancient history and what exactly Buddhism is, and why tiny Nepal should be important. In the broadest sense, it appears accurate that there were...
  8. Re: War breaking out in the Middle East: Israel vs Syria, May 2018 (perhaps entangling Iran, Russia and the US)

    The range of the "close shelling" to the Americans was actually about 1 km, next hill over.

    In the relatively rapid Turkish advance, it appears one or more of the American posts has gotten...
  9. Re: Incredibly significant presidential statement

    Interesting that as soon as Turkey opened fire, France and UK ban weapon sales to them, this doesn't usually happen anywhere else, as, for instance, the Saudis.

    "Backed off" is the right term, the...
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    Re: Millennials and mental health

    Ah, it's really clear. Once Upon a Time a Good King had to give the people a Jubilee.

    The Fairy Tale has been ended, purposefully, by someone who would like us to forget about it.

    A government...
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    Re: The Serpent, the Black Sun, HPB & St. Germain

    As for "why" a serpent, probably undulatory and circular motion, referring to vibration and cycles of time, or, really, Ouroboros, one cycle of time. I am not aware of it having anything to do with...
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    Re: Why does pornography work?

    No I have absolutely no clue about fetishes. Meaningless to me. Apparently to some people, it is very serious, and "some" is a pretty significant number here. I am utterly lost about attraction to an...
  13. Re: War breaking out in the Middle East: Israel vs Syria, May 2018 (perhaps entangling Iran, Russia and the US)

    While not in Syria, but related to the wider nemesis, an Iranian tanker was hit by probably two missiles while in the Red Sea about sixty miles from Jeddah. It was good damage to the main tanks and...
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    Re: Millennials and mental health

    I used to use that for trying to become afraid of the "bogeyman" of any kind whatsoever, all that "fear of the dark" kind of stuff. If you face it, it goes away. Nothing of the kind fazes me any...
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    Re: The Scramble for Space?

    Somewhat prior to the Scramble, there was Belgian Congo, which is perhaps the longest-running conflict in the world, related to the Coltan used in cell phones, etc., now it is also uranium in Mali,...
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    Re: Why does pornography work?

    There has been a great deal of archaeological discussion around "Venus figurines" found scattered across multiple cultures. What are they? What do they mean?

    I am not sure it is so complex. Could...
  17. Re: Advaita Vedanta! (The Greatest Philosophy on Earth?)

    I am not sure about the origin of English "soul", but Spirit is related to breath: respire, inspire, and so forth, even conspire, "to breathe together".

    In Buddhism we say there are 84,000...
  18. Re: 1913: When Hitler, Trotsky, Tito, Freud and Stalin all lived in Vienna

    Makes sense, that part is not really about Freud.

    It may have more to do with World War I, considering the assassination of Franz Ferdinand was a breaking point for greater conflict.

    Prior to...
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    Re: The Decline of Modern Man (Masculinity)

    That's got a pretty deep legal argument: New Jersey, Johnson & Johnson's "home", prohibits punitive damages. It took four years for another judge to decide that plaintiffs' home state laws should...
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    Re: Millennials and mental health

    My understanding is the main statistical factor in decline of U. S. life expectancy is opioids.

    When I was young, there was no such thing as a synthetic opioid. I can't remember the name of the...
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