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  1. Okay, I'm going to call BS on your statement right there. I have personally found dinosaur bones. I have a chunk of a basilosaurus rib bone on a shelf by my TV right now and two more chunks on a shelf at my office. I've also collected around 100 shark and ray teeth from areas where I live (which is no where near any coastlines) and I have a large collection of ancient corals that date over 250million years old. Dinosaurs existed. They did not, however, exist in the 19th century during the Civil War. Anyone who believes that is credulous and gullible.
  2. curiously interesting but not true. with the exceptions of fossils or petrified wood, rocks are rocks are rocks. source: 30 years of amateur geology and hiking also, Noah's flood did no cover the entire planet. there's no way that could have happened as it was described in the Bible. Not only is the amount of rain required to cover the entire planet a feat of impossibility for the duration mentioned in the Bible but so is the notion of all the animals being crammed in the ark. The story never made sense to me as a child and even less sense to me as an adult. What I firmly believed happened is that it rained in that area of the world, which was the known "world" to the children of Israel. Gathering two of every animal would be impossible. This would include two penguins which are only found in Antarctica, two western diamondback rattlesnakes from the southwest US, two portugese man-o-wars from the Atlantic, two kangaroos from Australia, two pythons from the Amazon, two humpback whales from the Pacific, and so on and so forth. And then there are the seven of all the clean animals too. And you would have to have all the fish in separate containers in order to maintain their survival...fresh water fish can't live in salt water and vice versa. The Louisiana Black Bear would have to be found and captured and then brought to where Noah was, and then brought back to where it's found now in Louisiana, US. I can keep going but I think anyone reading gets the point: It makes much more sense for the biblical flood to have occurred right there in that part of the world. And did I mention the ungodly amount of rain that would have to fall in order to submerge the planet?
  3. Early this morning, sometime before 7am, my gf and I were driving east (90°) on Interstate 20, around mile marker 135 when we saw this bizarre anomaly (for lack of a better word) in the clouds along the horizon, approximately ENE of where we were. There was a section of the horizon that looked at first as if it was a shadow of something in the way of the early morning rising sun and had I not known anything of the topography of where I was, I could have easily ruled it off as a mountain or something way in the distance. The thing of it is, is that there are no mountains here. As the sun rose, it quickly seemed like something very large appeared had moved through the clouds sometime in the early morning hours. The attached pictures really speak a thousand words here. As you look at them, pay attention to the right side of the "opening" through the clouds. It looks as if the clouds--particularly on the right side--were "dragged" by whatever caused the phenomenon. I've lived in this part of the world all my life. I've never seen anything like this. Has anyone else and does anyone have an idea what would cause what is seen in the picture? Thanks in advance! Bear PS: I know it looks like a shadow of a mountain peak or large hill at first glance but I can 100% guarantee it isn't. There are no large hills or mountains in NE LA. (Note: To me, the anomaly I'm referring to is very apparent in the images but if anyone can't see what I'm talking about, don't hesitate to let me know. I can edit the picture and outline the shape.)
  4. Southern Arkansas/North Louisiana/Western Mississippi area
  5. I'm sorry to hear about your father-in-law Armesis. My dad and step-mother out in AZ were vaccinated and my dad recently became tachycardic and had to be checked out. I'm sure more damage has been done at this point but I haven't had an update in the last couple of weeks. My step-mom probably has had some side effects too but she's a bit of a hypochondriac anyway so it's hard to tell what's real and what's psychosomatic for her. I have no plans on being vaccinated but as I have been telling my daughter all her life, you should hope for the best but prepare for the worst. I appreciate your input, especially about sinovac. As you just exemplified Armesis, you can be put into a position to be "forced" to take one.
  6. Thank you for saying that. I was really giving up on this thread because I felt the same way. Obviously, NOT taking the vaccine is the choice to make but the point here is to think about what you do if that choice was no longer an option. Pretend you were told "You either take the vaccine on your own accord or you will be held down and injected." In that HYPOTHETICAL scenario, which vaccine would be best? What are the differences between them and which would have the least impact on our genetic code? Which one has the best chance of surviving after taking it? Etc. etc. etc. etc.
  7. There is no rapture. That's a lie. The antichrist will be satan himself, disguised as Christ. He will be doing everything Christ would do (except actually being Christ). Millions of Christians will worship him thinking he's real but he's not. There is no rapture. I spent over 30 years studying this. There is absolutely no rapture. God will come as a thief in the night alright, because people are going to be looking the other way so it will be like a thief. Most people will not be expecting it because they will be worshiping the wrong one. There. Is. No. Rapture.
  8. This is neat but there is absolutely no way Noah's flood covered the entire planet. Rather, it covered the known "world" at that time. That would make much more sense than thinking Noah was gathering two of every animal on the planet. That alone should be a red flag. That would mean he would have to have two humpback whales, to kangaroos (only Down Under), two penguins (only in Antarctica), two Portuguese Man-O-War jellyfish, two giant clams from the south Indian/southwest Pacific ocean, and two of that species of fish that's only found where I grew up in the southern US. Plus he would have to have room for all these creatures, along with 7 of each clean animal (people tend to leave that part of the story out). This is in addition to how much rain would have to fall to cover the entire planet... think about that too: That's higher than Everest. That's nearly one billion cubic miles of water and that's with a 25% margin of error. As one person's calculations put it, that's 1.35 quadrillion Olympic-sized swimming pools. Now according to usgs.gov, a one-inch rainstorm drops 27,154 gallons of rain. The height of Mt. Everest is 29,031.7. 29,031.7 x 12 inches per foot = 348,380.4 There are approximately 36.48 billion acres of land on the planet. So an inch of rain on each of those acres altogether equals 990,577,920,000,000 gallons of rain Now take the height of Mt. Everest in inches, 348,380.4, and multiply that by 990,577,920,000,000, and you get a total of 345,097,932,000,768,000,000 gallons of water. That's 345 quintillion gallons. I would go further to calculate how much time it would take for that much water to fall but I think the point is made. So all that math and the logistics stuff about the animals, let alone the weight of the animals in a wooden ship that was only so big... It makes far more sense for the flood to just cover the area that was known to the Hebrews as the "world" than it would to cover an entire planet. And that's why I don't believe the Flood covered the entire planet. This didn't make sense to me as a kid, much less an adult. Even with several trillion gallons as a margin of error, it still couldn't have happened.
  9. This is an easy question to answer. Kenites. Those who claim to be Jews but are not. They are the culprits. They are the ones behind all the debauchery in the West.
  10. That isn't the same person. There are dominant genetic features in the picture on the left that do not show up in the picture on the right, and vice-versa.
  11. Here's a blast from the past for anyone who's interested... Reznor and Bowie in I'm Afraid of Americans. They worked so well together,
  12. I'm hoping not to have to take any of them but I know it's just a matter of time. I'm not keen either on the option to be tested weekly--especially considering the cost as I'm sure that will become an issue either. I suspect that option will be going away before long so then I'll be faced with having to decide. I work for a public school system and I can't see them not making it mandatory for continued employment. If they do--if it's a "get vaccinated or lose your job" option with no choice of weekly testing, I don't know what I will do. I have nothing to fall back on, will be out of job, unable to pay bills, unable to pay rent, unable to pay child support, unable to have a place to keep what little I own...I'll pretty much lose everything. I have a child and a dog who both depend on me. The ideal option of "keeping refusing it" until I hit the point where I am literally living in a gutter somewhere is not realistic. I could survive but I'll have only the clothes on my back. I'm hoping it won't come to that and maybe my refusal on the basis of religious grounds will work, I don't know. I keep hoping someone with some means of making a difference will start question all this but so far, it's just us...and I really don't know what we can do in the whole grand scheme of things other than what we're doing now. Maybe my daughter's mom can take care of her and my dog and I can hike to the mountains.
  13. Thank you for your input (though in the scenario, you're forced to do it so no option to say no). I hope more people post their points of view.
  14. If you were forced to choose which vaccine to get, meaning that not getting it is not an option anymore, which vaccine would you get and why? I know this may take some time to answer but I think it could be a good thread for anyone caught in such a situation---to have a way to really compare each one. thanks in advance.
  15. “My bet is that with respect to that statutory authority, they’re on pretty strong footing given the evidence strongly suggesting … the degree of risk that (unvaccinated individuals) pose, not only to themselves but also unto others,” said University of Connecticut law professor Sachin Pandya. Source: https://www.knoe.com/2021/09/10/bidens-vaccine-rules-set-off-barrage-legal-challenges/ This is one of the most nonsensical statements I have ever heard. I'm looking around for Ashton Kutcher because I feel like I am on an episode of Punk'd. They have openly said their pseudovaccine doesn't stop the transmission of their pseudovirus. So if this is the case and no one can actually see it, then how do they know they got it from someone who is unvaccinated?? This is ludicrous! I really don't know if I'm awake at this point because I cannot fathom how anyone with any degree of intelligence would buy into this. Why isn't anyone pointing this out???
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