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  1. Thread: Mark Twain

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    Re: Mark Twain

    If you are a fan of Star Trek, I know many are on this forum, in the 'Next Generation' there is an episode where the writer has depicted Samuel Clemens appearing in the story when the gang are...
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    Re: Where to start your path to science?

    I would recommend a book written by a British Biologist: Rupert Sheldrake, it is called :The Science Delusion. Let me explain a little, I resonate with your quest to better acquaint yourself with...
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    I do not wish to critique anyone's personal health approaches but I have never been convinced of the Homeopathic philosophy, perhaps there is some mobilization of the 'placebo principle' going on...
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    Re: For the Star Trek Fans

    I watched Picard and i was quite impressed, the writer managed to place Picard in retirement (unthinkable) and relocate characters in a believable way, there was too much of an attempt to create...
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    Australia One or the UAP you know I think they will collectively make a huge dent into the established order, especially with the UAP forming a preferences deal with the Lib Dems!
    Even if they don't...
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    I watched this just now and I was cheering Craig Kelly on like mad - he is such a stalwart of common sense, but he is alone it seems, the rest of Parliament seem to snigger openly at him, but this is...
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    Re: Go visit the veterans, care for them

    I agree the 'thank you for your service' is so glib and casual, it contains zero sincerity or gratitude, it is akin to 'have a nice day' which we so unconsciously trot out- I think primary school...
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    Aussie Cossack is a real phenomenon, he has grown from being a slightly eccentric 'Troll' into being the representative of Australian mass resistance in the space of 12 months, he embodies the...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    The Variant game was being played in 2020 also, remember them screeching about viral mutations with robotic sounding titles - Biology 101 tells us that variations of an original strain cannot...
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    Yes, here in Australia the mood is increasingly resistant, they might very well try to impose a fear driven campaign with some 'variant' bull crap, the United Australia Party and the Australia One...
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    As Mike Yeadon, Dolores Cannon, and the Great Barrington Declaration group have stated, along with many other independent and qualified researchers who are critically involved with viral matters the...
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    Language is always the problem: CASES, what do they mean precisely? Our own refusal to demand precision, and woolly general terms litter this phenomenon!
    How many people are in their pajamas, laid...
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    I have been reading about lots of death threats and angry messages to McGowan's office, how he is needing to consider moving his family out from their home, and his office staff being threatened -...
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    Re: Forced or mandatory vaccination

    The decisions we make now will effect the rest of our lives. I like the idea that Christiane Northrupp says.... we can command the heavenly hosts when it's for the good. It takes faith. That is what...
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    Re: Willfully Obtuse

    Hear, hear Mike! I was rudely reminded of how utterly lost so many of the 'public at large' seem to be when I viewed a very recent report from Austria. We know that country has broken the pattern,...
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    The behavior of the Northern Territory government is appalling, this use the Army to forcibly jab Aboriginal folk is disgusting - No wonder June is upset, they are ignoring people and imposing their...
  17. Re: Stepping out of the shadows, no triggers here

    It is very nice to hear from you, I understand the sense of frustration when insights and information you have been aware of for absolute ages suddenly comes into vogue, driven by someone else and...
  18. Re: It's Beginning To Happen Everywhere .. David Icke

    You have to admire David Icke I think, because his background and the circumstances of his development are completely at-odds with his 'post insight' work. To elaborate on this...David Icke grew up...
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    Re: Kyle Rittenhouse

    Justice might be the ultimate suspension of bias, at least the conscious resolve to suspend political/ideological bias : for this reason alone we must preserve the institutions of justice. Where else...
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    Re: Extreme Covid measures in Australia

    D'Accord sir! I will put in more appearances, it is fantastic to witness the will of the people asserting itself in such a benign, Aussie spirit.
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