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  1. HI everyone. I was finally able to get my mother out of the hospital after I notified them that I was being made her Lasting Power of Attorney. I told them she was not to be put on a ventilator nor administered Remdemsvir or Midazolam and that she IS to be resuscitated should she flatline. She then made what I can only term a 'miracle recovery' as I was notified the following morning she would be arriving back that afternoon. She is however not the same person as when she was admitted to hospital. She shuffles when she walks now. Her hair is falling out and she's just not the same. Reduced I would say. She told me that they gave her the bare minimum about of care because she hadn't been jabbed. It's evil what goes on in there. It's changed both our views of the NHS. We both agreed we would never clap and cheer for the institution again. Thank you everyone who asked after my mum and who offered support to me in DM's. I'm very grateful.
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  2. In my opinion we don’t need any political parties and members of parties, what we need is totally independent MPs that answer to nobody other than the people who voted for them. Anyone who is a member of a party always has to toe the party line, which is absolutely what we don’t want as it is always the opposite of what is good for the people and usually goes against any common sense or logic.
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  3. I don't need to "wake the fuck up" Anyone who denies the disproportionate influence of Jewish people in the media and other centres of influence is a liar.
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  4. I was thinking about how they keep calling all these "vaccine" side effects rare. The irony is that all these health problems were in fact very rare before the poison vaccines and now they are not rare any longer.
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  5. Nope, I've been there. I was sorry to leave, but I still had a business over here and had to come back to it. Now I'm retired, there is nothing keeping me here (except vaccine passes and bullshit). Land near the cities has rocketed in price, but there are plenty of places where land is cheap. If I were in the UK, I would look for a group of people, pool resources, buy a sizeable piece and setup a community.
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  6. You take a snippet of what I said, then call me enlightened, then a dim wit - I wouldn't even know where to respond with this, so I won't further.
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  7. Congrats, great news!
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  8. The arguments were in the post and the links provided, but I am sure you realise that. If not, feel free to review the post again and come back to me. No cutting and pasting was involved. I find it interesting that you are critcising my posts which do not conform to your view. In contrast, pro-Darwin posters have linked to videos and other papers etc without giving their analysis of the content - because of this, I have offered feedback in the absence of any input from them. And, after my feedback, there has been no further discussion as to how my comments are flawed. This suggests to me a lack of original thought and a reliance on repeating dogma. Should you really wish to persuade me and readers of this thread to your view, I suggest that you start to engage with the points made and present your research and analysis. On that note, your review of the technical literature surrounding the claimed instances of speciation - primary and secondary - would be most welcome. Anything less than that from here on in will not result in any engagement from me.
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  10. Pity it's probably saline for these fuckers.
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  11. I am not interested in ad hominems. Instead, I look forward to your considered thoughts and analysis of the information presented. As you profess to be so knowledgable on this topic, I am sure it will be no trouble for you to explain why the counter-arguments presented by Luskin and Wells in respect of speciation are wrong along with the scientific findings cited concerning the plains viscacha rat. I notice that you do not provide sources or evidence to support your views in this thread. You make claims and then ask other people to complete the research you have failed to provide. This is not, in my view, a helpful contribution to discussion.
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  12. Plus him claiming that there’s no evidence of Jewish domination in certain important areas is embarrassing. It’s like saying Abraham was Jewish. If you gave me a poster with the top 100 companies on I could pick out blindfolded Hewish interests every time. Not just about who own the companies. It’s the money and political influence behind it.
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  13. I am grateful to be fully vaccinated and boosted!
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  14. That's making a big deal out of the views of Casey luskins. Who somewhat deceptively calls him self a " scientist" he has allegedly got " scientiific" qualifications. Though given his track record for telling lies that may be questionable. He is not however working as a scientist by any reasonable use of the term And He is not however qualifed in any sort of biological area at all. Even by his own admission. He is very skilled at misinterpreting facts. Quote mining and just making things up in a way that sounds convincing to the layman. Possibly his qualification as a lawyer helps in this Luskins is paid by the discovery institute who's whole perpose is to take gullible people and exploit them for their own ends. Luskins and his ilk are genuinely evil. They earn a good living from the gullible just delibrately deceiving them
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  15. I've a question? Will blood transfusions from Covax users transmit Covax to non-vaccinated people? Also, did you know, 'All adults in England are now considered to have 'agreed to be an organ donor when they die unless they have recorded a decision not to donate or are in one of the excluded groups. This is commonly referred to as an 'opt out' system. You may also hear it referred to as 'Max and Keira's Law'. On 20 May 2020, the law around organ donation in England was changed to allow more people to save more lives. 'I name you Pharaoh, for you tax the dead'. Register a decision not to donate. https://www.organdonation.nhs.uk
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  16. Darian has posted several times about speciation in support of evolution. My time is limited so there is only so much I can offer to this thread, but there are counter arguments to speciation that need pointing out. When it comes to speciation, it is important to understand firstly what is meant by species whereby the standard definition among evolutionary biologists entails a “reproductively isolated population”. However, this definition does not necessitate any significant biological change taking place between two populations. The definition of speciation therefore does not fit with the grander claims of Darwinian evolution whereby it is posited that higher biological forms can arise. An understanding of the difference between primary and secondary speciation is also helpful and the following link sets this out. https://www.discovery.org/a/10661/ Speciation by polyploidy is considered “secondary speciation” and occurs when hybridisation takes place in such as way which results in a doubling of chromosomes making reproduction possible. Polyploidy has only been observed in plants and also runs counter to Darwin's “hypothesis” that new species are produced via natural selection. Nor does polyploidy cause morphological change or support neo-Darwinian theory that speciation arises via geographic separation or genetic divergence. Primary speciation – the splitting of one species into two by natural selection - is therefore apparently what needs to be shown to substantiate evolution and this has, according to molecular and cell biologist Jonathan Wells, never been found. The video by Bozeman Science posted by Darian is made up of examples which “may be” on their way to forming a new species. In addition to these videos, TalkOrigins compiled a list of 'Observed Instances of Speciation' in July 2011 which is commonly cited by pro-Darwin debaters as proof of the workings of evolution. http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/faq-speciation.html To counter the TalkOrigins list, a paper by scientist and attorney Carey Luskin analyses the technical literature in 21 out of 30 of the claimed observations. For the other 9 examples, the author had not been able to easily access the original papers, some of which were very old. It was found that none of the examples could show that large scale evolutionary change had taken place and that the vast majority of cases did not even meet the standard definition of speciation. https://www.discovery.org/m/2019/03/Casey-Luskin-Specious-Speciation.pdf Regarding the examples more specifically in the Bozeman Science video: Fruit Flies Bozeman Science starts out by citing Diane Dodd's 1989 study which concerned feeding different populations of fruit flies different diets – four populations were given a starch based diet and another four populations a maltose-based medium. It was found that the flies preferred to mate with individuals which had been fed the same diet. This was hailed therefore as an example of reproductive isolation. Seriously?! At page 22 of his paper, Luskin points out the obvious that it was not that the two types of population were unable to interbreed and produce offspring, “it was just that they did so less than would be expected under normal random mating”. Also it cannot be said that they never interbred, and further papers have concluded reproductive isolation in this case was not complete and speciation was also not said to have occurred. As with all other similar fruit fly studies of speciation, of which many are examined throughout section 5.3 of Luskin's work, no significant morphological changes occurred between the populations. The fruit flies remained fruit flies and the different strains could be described as more akin to races rather than a different species. Plains Viscacha Rat This mammal, cited by Boseman Science as an example of polyploidy, was originally thought to have arisen through “hybridisation and chromosome doubling from an ancestor”. However, as is so often the case with evolutionary biology it would seem, doubt has been cast over the original hypothesis and Wikipedia can be reviewed to verify this. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plains_viscacha_rat This study re-examined the alleged origins of the Plains Viscacha Rat and concluded that “polyploidy in mammals remains as unlikely as it always has been”. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0888754305000029?via%3Dihub Polyploidy in Plants It is granted that hybridisation and polyploidy has been observed to occur among flowering plants including in one of the examples examined by Luskin in his paper. However, no significant biological changes have been observed in cases of plant polyploidy which is what the concept of evolution entails. I also reiterate the point above about how it has been said by critics that polyploidy (secondary speciation) is not sufficient to confirm evolution as natural selection is not involved.
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  17. Little local event today. All the inbreeds out! Ran after one of my kids. Someone comments that I should watch out you might have a heart attack. To which I replied, I’m ok I haven’t had the covid vax. Always wonderful to see inbred face twisting in confusion
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  18. If someone appears out of nowhere and is all of a sudden thrust into the media spotlight, is lauded as counter-culture or 'alternative', speaks for a large number of people or even a generation, or is otherwise pushed forward as an example of someone who "should" be listened to, my mathematical calculations tell me there is a 97.4% chance they are an illuminati puppet. That is all.
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  19. wow you really know how to spin a theory, you should work for the dark ones ;-)
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  20. Loved this film and the sound & atmosphere created. No electronica ................. before synths in an apartment iirc in NY Ground breaking and jaw dropping - incredible The Krell went on to make pre and power amps lol
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  21. Amalgam is an antenna for electro magnetic frequencies and you know, just in general, no kind of metal should be anywhere in the body which is already an antenna. It leaks and it's toxic. None of us want to be more of an antenna for these mental grunts lording it over us than our bodies naturally already are. Frequencies are everything! You know, years ago in my childhood era, amalgam fillings were put in kids teeth even when the teeth were healthy.....evil was still a thing then. My family's dentist was a fucking butcher and whilst it was free treatment then, that greedy fucker was still getting his money's worth.
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  22. "Watch the Water" is a psyop or unwitting misdirection,imho:look over there,not over here. I offer up several points to consider:- This theory,if it had any weight,would be quashed and the proponant silenced,not allowed to go viral at any cost,and certainly not be imparted in a giddy rather than sombre tone.Anyone or thing that threatens the agenda is swiftly removed. Cases in point include Kary Mullis (pcr inventor),the President of Tanzania (anti v.programme),Brandy Vaughn (insider v.whistleblower) and Dr.Noack (discoverer of nanorazors in v.) Think about this possibility. The v.release was not fully experimental.In fact the 2019 (or earlier) flu v.was the launch of a perfected formula hence the unprecedented push which covertly infected many with the requisite ingredients to register as + on the pcr tests,and slowly killed many as the plandemic narrative unfolded. Nanorazors,an atom thick,was quickly hidden in subsequent mis- and disinformation:this tech is virtually undiscoverable on death,the result being microscopic cutting of blood vessels leading to heart issues etc.
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  23. Those My Little Ponies laced with Novichok can be truly deadly.
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  24. everytime i see this picture the more photoshopped it looks in the shade and the top of johnsons head is lit up
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  25. This is what I find most strange about the whole affair People who are of a conspiratorial mind and extremely sceptical of what they are told make by far the best scientist if they have the intellect to actualy go out and disprove established dogma. We would be nowhere as a species if they didnt exist. For the rest of us. Insisting that claims are explained is a very healthy state of mind. But you do need the concentration span to get to the end of the explination. Which does seem a bit lacking. But then some people doubt everything from one sub set of the population but lap up every word issued by another subset with no skepticism at all. This leaves them extremly vulnerable to being exploited. Yet they seem incapable of seeing their victimisation. In fact they seem to embrace it
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  26. thought they could only take 100, obviously just a ploy to get people to vote conservative. we all know it will not be allowed to work.
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  27. What, a confused, attention seeking, brain dead thingummy? I yam what I yam indeed. Last intelligent person out of this asylum please turn out the lights; leave em to it.
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  28. Superb @Mitochondrial Eve thank you
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  29. What a lovely Easter Gift! Cult supporting the cult!
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  30. Silly old shit; this is your ‘religion’ folks; puppet controlled by the eleet, which has been happening for thousands of years. Religion; a tool to subjugate the ignorant masses with front men controlled by who or what knows what; the eleet (dicks). Pope Francis Good Friday Message: ‘We Are Racists, We Are Racists’ https://www.infowars.com/posts/pope-francis-good-friday-message-we-are-racists-we-are-racists/
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  31. Interesting perspective from Rick Rule - whoever he is. Says politico's dont push for adoption of a gold standard because it limits their ability to manipulate the economy which is a good point and a good reason for ordinary people to favour gold and silver as a unit of exchange.
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  32. Bob dylan has always been a puppet put out there to infiltrate culture. Always found led zeppelin a bit overated but i expect Jimmy page just had an interest in the occult like i do. Apparently he was shagging an underage girl at one point. But i doubt theres anything too sinister with the occult side unless of course you come from a heavily christian standpoint. If you want to see real dark occult stuff watch an ariana grande music video or turn on the news. Its not all rituals and sacrifycing children in darkened cellars like a dennis wheatley book lol.
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  33. happens a lot to me I can't explain it
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  34. The other thing to bear in mind here is that it may only be at a very low concentration within the water and needs to be consumed regularly, by building up within the body for the effect to be triggered, which also raises the question of whether water filters are actively blocking this substance and of course does boiling the water first as in making coffee or tea have an eliminating effect on the substance, for me i never drink tap water directly it is always filtered and/or boiled.
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  35. This is very relevant to Elion AI Beast & Blackrock Vanguard. Like I say, they are all temple guards working towards the same goal. YVHW=BLACK CUBE. Saturn/Moloch/Baphomet. They are building a new hell.
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  36. There are plenty of good people out there
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  37. WILL ELON MUSK GIVE THE ANTICHRIST A MOUTH TO SPEAK WITH?
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  38. I am not sure. I could say what helps me, but it might not help you. My beliefs aren't great. I wasn't raised by people who instilled within me positive beliefs about life, the world or people. Powerlessness, shame, rage; self injury, isolation. You get the general idea. So every day I used various methods to change beliefs. There are numerous methods for doing this. It is an ongoing development. I am strong, so I am lucky in that sense. I get exercise, try to eat healthy food. I keep going. I try to treat myself with kindness as much as possible. Every person represents an aspect of you, so when I think that people are dumb fucks, I try and find the aspect of me which is a dumb fuck. In fairness, there's a lot I don't get. I am socially retarded in many respects. I've been there many times. Growth is pain. I don't know if things are going to get better in this world, I can't prove to you they will. They might not. Humanity is in a state of denial because when the denial lifts there will be hurt and pain. There are times when I felt so alone I started to feel like I wasn't real any more. I felt like I was losing myself, disappearing. It passed. Everything passes. Everything changes, because it has to. Eventually.
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  39. Yes acts being the operative word. And thats what they want you to think. In reality he is an evil scumbag.
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  40. Ok, my apologies. I try to lay off the religious stuff, I'm not here to shove my faith down peoples throats, but this thread is about the antichrist. Something that will affect everyone, regardless of if they're Christian or not, or if Christianity is true. I'm not sure why we all have to agree with Icke just because it's his forum either. Do you dive into the Muslim threads too, or threads about any other belief system, or do you just wind Christians up like r/atheism? I don't know why you singled me out though, there are other Christians on this site that talk about Christianity way more than me.
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  41. Toxicity of water fluoridation (lecture):
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  42. Really interesting topic and one which gets neglected. Ever wondered why it is still called THEORY of evolution, not the FACT of evolution?? This is because the transitional fossils showing species changing i.e fish to frogs for example have never been found. Darwin stated that in order for his theory to be correct these transitional fossils must be found. There is strong evidence of species development within its category but no evidence at all of cross species changes. Archaeopteryx was often posited as an example of reptile / bird changes and a transitional fossil but is now accepted that it was just a distinct extinct animal that shows no evidence of transition further into a bird.
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  43. The same dopes who jumped on the covid bandwagon are jumping on this bandwagon. I saw it today "i am not religious, but i want to take this time to pray for everyone in ukraine". This vacuous virtue signalling and moronixc opinions that i am forced to have to hear. Idiots talking about complex issues they have no idea about.
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  44. Terrible isn't it...a bloke commenting on how pretty a woman (who chooses to be on TV and in the media) happens to be. Nurse! If you look at her online profile, she is clearly very comfortable with presenting herself in an attractive way. And I doubt her employers chose her purely for her journalistic abilities. It's how the system works. One sure way for the human race to make itself extinct is to make sexual attraction between genders/sexes "a bad thing".
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  45. **pours you a rum** parley says you?
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  46. I never said forced into sex, you asked if the father is not important in the decision about a child and I said no he cannot force her to be an incubator against her will should a pregnancy occur. a morning after pill is not always an option, sometimes failed contraception like the pill for example is not known about until way after a pregnancy has been established. I wouldn’t know if my pill had failed until I got a positive pregnancy test so a morning after pill is completely useless there! Also, no the state won’t provide for any more than 2 kids, and even the first two kids it doesn’t help cover all costs too well. It’s not black and white. If I was to become pregnant again I would have NO state help which would plunge us all into poverty and result in my other children suffering. Not to mention what it would mean for my mental health and also physical health as giving birth to one of my children almost killed me. I could die next time, always a risk. Also not many children in care grow up happy and loved with a good mental health. None of the ones I know have done, they are severely depressed and not doing good as a result so they tell me. Let’s not forget to mention that some children in care easily end up in pedophile rings and trafficked, not a nice life to say the least. As I said it is not black and white. Numerous reasons for an abortion that not all of which have a get out clause. Sometimes abortion even saves a child being born into a situation where it would be neglected, abused and raped - think abusive families - horrible I know but also something to consider amongst it all. It’s the choice of who’s body it is. If we lose the right to our own body then our body belongs to someone else and I don’t think I even need to explain what can go wrong from that point onwards.
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  47. OK - here's a scenario for you. You are a single woman living in Russia under the old system. You and your long-term boyfriend are having sex regularly, using condoms - the pill is not available. One day the condom breaks and you find yourself pregnant. You have a regular job, which doesn't pay that well, but you're still living at home and contribute to the meagre family income. If you decide to have the child, then either you or your mother will have to give up work. There is also the added risk that the boyfriend, not wishing to be confronted with such problems, will disappear. Despite the fact that all the churches are closed and religion is officially banned, within the family the Christian faith still prevails and in the corner of your apartment is a small area which is, in effect, a shrine. There is no form of social security benefit for the child, so whatever household income there is will be diminished, not to mention the difficulties involved in buying all the requirements a baby brings with it. So there's the dilemma. Do you decide to have the baby and risk the social stigma - remember that you are an unmarried mother living in a block and everyone knows everyone - and the associated problems of bringing up a baby? Or do you go the doctor, ask them make an appointment at the abortion clinic with no questions asked and put it all down to experience? Fast forward to 2020 and there is the pill, which is still difficult to obtain and unreliable. Foreign condoms are available, but expensive and the locally-made ones are no more reliable than they were before. Thus the risk of becoming inadvertently pregnant is a great as it always was. Worship at church is now allowed and the Christian Orthodox faith is widely embraced. The dilemma of the pregnant single female, however, has not changed. She has a reasonable job, as secure as a job can be, her income is important to the household and the risk that the boyfriend will do a runner is ever-present. There is a little social benefit available to help in bringing up the child, but certainly nowhere near enough to cover the costs, so you would have to rely on your parents for help. The equipment required for bringing up the baby is available, more and better than before, but most of it is imported and therefore expensive. Finally, what will be the parents' reaction to all this, even in the 21st century, given the strong resurgence of religion? Let me close by telling you of the experience of a Russian lady I knew. She had exactly the experience outlined in the first paragraph, except that she was not living at home. It happened three times. On the third occasion, the doctor told her that because she'd already had two abortions, if she had a third, there was a strong chance that she would never be able to have children. She was 37 at the time and unmarried. She decided to keep the baby. Predictably, the boyfriend did a runner and her parents were reluctant to help her. (She lived in Moscow and her parents lived about 300 miles away). She of course had to give up her job. She tried working from home, but this is not a common concept in Russia and she found it difficult. She managed to get by for many years until her child, a girl, became a teenager. Then the problems started. She was not like 'other girls' in school, her mother did not have money for her to go on trips or buy the latest clothes or electronic gadgets. To cut a long story short, the child has now been taken off her by social services. I have narrated one example, but I know of many others, not just in Russia, but in the fiercely Roman Catholic countries of South America, where of course the stigma is even greater. I am a man, so I would not begin to pretend to understand a woman's feeling on this matter. I am simply recounting the experiences, as told to me, of other women. All I will say is that in the west, there is no stigma to bringing up a baby alone and there are plenty of support groups and financial assistance is available. This no doubt colours the judgement of women who find themselves in this situation.
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