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    Default Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

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    Hi Bill

    What are your thoughts about official total population number? Do you think 7.53 billion (2017) is correct and can be trusted?
    Yes, I'd see no reason to doubt the numbers — at least as pretty good approximations.

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    Also do you think the consciousness resides in the soul or it might go even beyond that, I mean the soul might be the manifestation of consciousness at another level.
    Well, here we're rather colliding with problems of language and semantics. But basically yes, as best I know consciousness is a property of the individual soul.

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    I wonder if you ever plan Avalonian meeting . . .
    The problem is always travel cost, of course: it's often $1000-$1300 to fly here from the US, and maybe $1300-$1900 (£1000-£1500) from Europe.
    . . . brief off-topic comment: there are flights from Europe to Guayaquil (EC) for a price between 800-960 $ (700-860 €), when booked 3-6 months in advance, with a bit of patience. I‘ve done it twice.

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    Bill, how do you feel/think about MMS since your interview of Jim Humble?

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    Quote Posted by Ron Mauer Sr (here)
    Bill, how do you feel/think about MMS since your interview of Jim Humble?
    Well, as I've shared on some of the MMS threads here:
    1. It can definitely sometimes work miracles. I witnessed one myself, which was remarkable, inexplicable, and life-changing for the astonished woman concerned.
    2. It doesn't work for everyone. A few people experience unpleasant effects, and no apparent benefit.
    3. The way it does work, when it does, may not yet be properly understood, even by Jim Humble himself.

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    1. The way it [MMS] does work, when it does, may not yet be properly understood, even by Jim Humble himself.
    This response prompted me to post some more details of my work with MMS, over on one of the more recently active MMS threads: Church of MMS -- Post #15.

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    Default Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Bill, what do you think about Tom Bearden? Many researchers mentioned his papers and books about classical EM Theory, but has anyone verified Tom Bearden's claims?

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    Bill, what do you think about Tom Bearden? Many researchers mentioned his papers and books about classical EM Theory, but has anyone verified Tom Bearden's claims?
    Many thanks, and my sincere apologies for being so long to reply. I've had quite a lot on my plate recently, and took a brief break from the forum last week. So I'm more than way behind.

    I don't have an answer as good as your question: I'm not really qualified to cast judgment on the extent to which Bearden's work has been verified. (And in this arena of alternative science, 'verification' is often itself controversial and resolves little.)

    For those unfamiliar with his work, here's a good summary: (and this is a great site, btw)
    As best I know, he has indeed been contracted with the US military, and it's entirely possible that someone of his ability and creativity might have done work which has never been on public record.

    It's a little hard to believe that he's not been inducted into the 'black' world of classified projects. (But the opposite argument is that the 'black world' scientists might already be so far ahead of the game that even Bearden's input might not have been needed.)

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    Default Re: Bill Ryan's personal Question-and-Answer thread. Pile it on. :)

    Here's one out of left field: I am really interested in local North Florida history. I am fortunate to be related to folks that have lived here for about as long as the city has been here (there's a beach and roads named after my extended family). However the old timers are getting older, my grandpa just turned 90. I'd like to interview on them on camera to record their stories and preserve some of my cities history.

    What should I do for prep work? I figure I'll write down questions in advance rather than just go off the cuff. Do you have any advice other than that?
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    Quote Posted by Strat (here)
    Here's one out of left field: I am really interested in local North Florida history. I am fortunate to be related to folks that have lived here for about as long as the city has been here (there's a beach and roads named after my extended family). However the old timers are getting older, my grandpa just turned 90. I'd like to interview on them on camera to record their stories and preserve some of my cities history.

    What should I do for prep work? I figure I'll write down questions in advance rather than just go off the cuff. Do you have any advice other than that?
    What a wonderful question. (And a great project. ) I'm hardly a professional documentarian, but I'll give this my best shot.
    • First, meet them off-camera, very informally, to ask them what they'd prefer or feel comfortable with. If they'd like to help out, it's possible some might prefer audio only. Always defer to their own preference. With anyone being interviewed, comfort is everything.
    • It's a good idea to have prepared questions, of course. That's a kind of backup, or a good place to start. But some interviewers out there stick with such strong glue to their own plan, they're not even listening carefully to the answer before they're focusing on their next planned question.

      And sometimes that answer is so interesting (or unexpected), that one has to follow up on it with genuine interest, deviating from any plan one might have. I think that's very important — and also keeps it much more informal and genuinely conversational.

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