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  1. Re: Linda Moulton Howe Interview of girl who claims she is Annanuki...

    Thanks for that, but it's a different spelling of the surname and the Maria Orsic of legend is said, after WW2, to have disappeared or went permanently to South America or Antarctica. I wonder if...
  2. Re: Linda Moulton Howe Interview of girl who claims she is Annanuki...

    So... she's saying that she reincarnated as Maria Orsic and a Nazi SS general during the same time period? Okaayy...

    My personal view is that the Maria Orsic story is baloney. The photo of her is...
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    Looking at today's newspaper front pages, this is on the front page of the Scottish newspaper The Herald.

    Note the sub-headline, the elephant in the room... "Doctors admit they do not have...
  4. Thread: Fun hobbies

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    Re: Fun hobbies

    Knitting is not inexpensive; not since the days when most women knitted so wool was much less expensive than it is now and there were several wool shops in every town! It's more of a hobby than an...
  5. Re: Strange animal behaviour- walking in circles.

    Just looking closely at this footage - you can see a fence in the background with a curve, so they appear to be in a circular enclosure. They look like reindeer and there appear to be a lot of them...
  6. Re: Pooling resources and knowledge: An alternative escape. UK.

    Wow Ewan, that looks amazing! From accounts I've read, Ireland is very good for living off the grid. My best wishes to you in your new home.
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    I'm just watching this and glad to see it has been posted here already. Meeting up with friends recently and some were talking about getting their fourth jab, and their kids getting it too... I've...
  8. Re: The Destruction of Russia and the USA is Well Underway

    All the above applies to Europe as well.

    Throwing money that they don't have to people who couldn't work in 2020; subsidising everyone's energy costs; migrant crisis; food crisis with its roots in...
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    Re: Solar energy for beginners

    You were right Pam with your first thought about an outhouse :lol: - the outhouses in old properties here used to be the loo, as we call it! My house was built in the 1870s so that's what the...
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    Re: Solar energy for beginners

    Wow - if I had a large garden and a lot of money I'd get one of these for underground storage:

    https://engineerine.com/groundfridge-underground-structure-for/

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    Re: Solar energy for beginners

    Many thanks to everyone for your very helpful replies. At best my battery will keep small appliances powered up, I also have a standard lamp that it could probably power and all that will bring down...
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    Re: Meme Your Memeiest Memes Thread

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    Re: Solar energy for beginners

    Thanks for the link norman. I have an outhouse but it's tiny, the boiler takes up most of it. One option that I was thinking of is underground storage, digging a hole in the garden that is reinforced...
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    Re: Solar energy for beginners

    I'll do that, thanks Bill. Wow, totally off-grid on a 600w battery, I'm impressed!
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    Solar energy for beginners

    I'm looking for advice - I've just ordered a 600w solar battery and 120v solar panels, that's the limit of what I could afford.

    It'll be great for charging small devices and cut down on the...
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    Re: Turmoil in the UK

    Ah, you're right there. I wrote that from memory, should have checked - there's a lot of comment out there that he's a closet Remainer.
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    Re: Turmoil in the UK

    Sunak wasn't a popular choice when Johnson stepped down; for a start he was a Remainer and it was thought that he might try to take us back into the EU. I think that Truss's brief was to be so inept...
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    Re: Emergency improvised heating and cooking

    Here's an interesting project - making a solid fuel stove by using a small plastic stool as a mould.


    https://youtube.com/watch?v=4klnOl7Hxps
  19. Re: Richard D Hall December 2020 Presentation "Scamdemic"

    Agreed - it was a rhetorical question. I think that focusing on Manchester was the easiest way to get the torch and pitchfork-bearing masses against him as so many were emotionally hooked in by the...
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    Re: Over-reliance on tech can be deadly

    I always plan a trip with maps and never rely on satnav. A friend was coming up from London; come up the A1, it's the easiest route I told her. The satnav took her up the M1 (often a nightmare road)...
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