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    Re: If You Ruled the World....

    Yes, it was intended as an all-limits-off, free thinking brainstorm. Not a joke at all, more of a creative exercise.

    We live in such a cage (with invisible bars, and which we're very acclimated...
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    Re: What's the 2020 October Surprise?

    A lighthearted note: It's already 24 October, so I've just moved this from Future Talk to The 2020 US Presidential Election.

    :)
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    If You Ruled the World....

    If you ruled the world — and were a totally incorruptible, benevolent dictator — what would you do??
  4. Re: What are your favourite Project Avalon threads ever?

    Houman's Horus-Ra as the Archontic Alien Parasite: A follow-up interview with Maarit.

    Ignore the title! :) It's become iconic, so we never dared to think to change it. The thread is one of the...
  5. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Well, here's a question I can definitely answer. :)

    This is nonsense. The whole Snowden-UFOs thing was fabricated a little while back. He never once made any comment on that at all. What he told...
  6. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    That's pretty interesting, and of course extremely important if true. I read the page with interest, but I have no information myself on this. I have to say, though, that it can't be totally...
  7. Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Well, I'm just over half way through. :) Can you maybe refine your question a little? Is there anything in particular you'd like me to comment on?

    Actually, sorry, no — I'm afraid I have no...
  8. Re: How Google, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo decide what you're going to see

    Some statistics:


    The world's population is 7.8 billion.
    4.4 billion are on the internet.
    3.9 billion use Google and YouTube.
    3 billion use Facebook.
    Nearly ALL those 3 billion are using...
  9. Re: How Google, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo decide what you're going to see

    Here, in the Avalon Library: :thumbsup:


    http://avalonlibrary.net/The_Social_Dilemma_(2020).mp4 (838 Mb)

    http://avalonlibrary.net/The_Social_Dilemma_(2020).mp4

    Also:
  10. Re: "I can't keep up any more." The world of Future Shock is already here

    A little commentary here, thinking aloud, just to bump the thread. :sun:

    When people are affected by Future Shock, they often just get overwhelmed and maybe even confused. Then the reaction to...
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    Re: The best of busking around the world

    This absolutely has to belong here. :sun:

    (153 million views. Highly recommended, trust me!)


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Us-TVg40ExM
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    Re: Joints, inflammation, etc

    An interesting article in the London Daily Mail:


    https://dailymail.co.uk/health/article-7554185/Humans-REGROW-cartilage-joints.html

    Humans can REGROW cartilage in...
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    Re: Why hasn't more been done?

    A great quote from Steve Quayle, that may be partially relevant:

    You can't find political solutions to spiritual problems.
  14. Re: [HOAX] True Earth, Nesara/Gesara How it works - explained with Jack Kidd & Charlie Ward

    My apologies for missing this direct question — I'd not been following this thread.

    Here's what I posted a day later (11 Oct), on the Charlie Ward about the reset rollout (and much else) thread. I...
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    Re: What's the 2020 October Surprise?

    That could be Apophis, which really is a risk, and is scheduled for a very close fly-by in 2029 (and a similar close fly-by when it returns in 2036). It's been watched very intently for several...
  16. Re: Asteroid Apophis may hit Earth in 2036, if not 2029

    That could be Apophis, which really is a risk, and is scheduled for a very close fly-by in 2029 (and a similar close fly-by when it returns in 2036). It's been watched very intently for several...
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    Re: Jon Rappoport on the Covid Hoax

    Well, I'd argue strongly that all those scientific papers, from multiple teams in multiple countries, can't be dismissed simply because of one enigmatic statement from the CDC, who no-one trusts...
  18. Re: Weird, wild weather: floods, freak storms, giant hail, record lows, all over the world

    Well, that's interesting. Maybe you could cross-post that against Lindsey Williams' prediction?
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    Re: The Invasion of America

    I have to say, I think this is quite an interesting discussion — rightly in the History section, as all this was set in stone quite some while back. And some of the points Mashika raised I'd never...
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    Re: And Then They Came for the Books...

    Who to believe?

    On one hand you have the authors of this book, and on the other Dr Li Meng-Yan, a specialist in virology at Hong Kong's School of Public Health, who claims the virus was created in...
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