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  1. Very good point. I have lots and lots and lots of old computer hardware. I had hope to leech the gold off them but that's been such a time and money consuming process and I don't have a forge to convert the flakes into anything (I've managed to get that far with it). At least chopping it all into something useful would be more productive. I wonder how good of a spearpoint could be made by cleaning boards completely, cutting the pattern and then gluing the pieces together. Then sanding/grinding it down to a sharpened point...
  2. No, it's not turning. Do you know what's really cool though? I cut off all mainstream news about 6 months ago or so and I haven't been on social media of any sort since March 2016. I really have no idea at all what's going on in the world. In fact, I've been so "out of the loop" that sometimes I have to stop and think about why exactly people are wearing masks when I see that random person here and there wearing a mask like a moron. Visiting Icke's page each Friday and occasionally coming here to comment on something is the height of my news and social media activity. I don't stream videos or tv programs. I listen to music and watch the movies and TV shows I've been downloading since the days of Napster. The only time when I get any "news" is when my gf tells me a snippet of something going on in the world but that only happens on occasion. What's cool about it all is that once you disconnect, none of it exists anymore. Yes, prices are high and shit like that but I literally go through life knowing that the trickery is in place and knowing the shit's about to hit the fan but not being sucked up into the mindless crap that is broadcasted everywhere. It's a great feeling
  3. What would happen if people just said "fk you" and not use their social credit system? In other words, what if we just stopped all their shit? Just curious.
  4. This makes better sense than the first thing I said made some sense. It's interesting too that you mention the Jewish affiliation. I saw something somewhere the other night that claimed the whole thing behind Ukraine was the Jews' plan to have that as there sacred place for the New Jerusalem; and that Putin was actually trying to stop it by taking over the Ukraine. I remember being a bit perplexed by that because I had thought just what you mentioned wideawake--that Putin is in league with the Jews. He's no more a true "Russian" ethnically as the Jews in Israel are ethnically Hebrews. As I typed that, I remember what my dad would always say: "They aren't Jews. They are those who claim to be Jews but are not. They are Kenites."
  5. you made sense out of what he said? you're good. LOL :D :)
  6. I played around once with a device that used water with a little 2007 Saturn Ion3 I used to have. The car had got about 36mpg on the highway. I checked it several times on my daily commute and it was always in that ballpark. I made my device out of PVC pipe, stainless steel wallplates, nylon bolts, and several other similar pieces of material and ran it in conjunction with the existing engine. My fuel economy increased to 51mpg at the highest reading. I never really picked it back up since that time. Seeing how things are going, I think I may rebuild my design and use a different electrolyte.
  7. please pardon my ignorance here but what is a morphic field?
  8. Interesting. And makes sense---especially the bit at the end about Biden and Hunter standing to lose billions if Putin succeeds because all their shit deals are tied up there. This explains why there was this sudden huge push to shun Russia. But if you consider how the ultimate goal is to subjugate the masses, then perhaps the same people are controlling both sides and the overall global "reactions" as shown to the world. In other words, it's just another distraction from what they are really doing. Something else is going on while we're off looking over there.
  9. does anyone know of anything significant that is supposed to happen on 2/22/2022? I've read some things but it all could just be a bunch of BS. just curious and not many people I can ask
  10. Okay. you win. So I don't have covid...but I don't have the flu either. Clearly I had an infection of some sort that caused me to have a fever, sore throat, mild cough, and headaches. It's not covid and it's not the flu. Who knows what it is...I suppose I'll never find out and fine. I can deal with that. One thing none of you can explain though is why my sense of smell for a very small specific group of things has abruptly changed. My temp never got over 99.1, and it was only that high for maybe 12 hours at the most, if that long. Even now with it back to normal, the odor of certain condiments that I have enjoyed most of my life is now repulsive to me. Basically anything with vinegar in it smells strongly of some sort of chemical and nothing like how I know vinegar to smell. These are not new items for me and they're all different brands and compositions: tartar sauce, BBQ sauce, ketchup, and to a very mild degree, mustard...they all have the same overwhelmingly potent and offensive odor now. And this isn't my first time to be sick or have a fever. The flu may cause a temporary absence of smell or taste but I've never heard or known anyone to experience a change in how specific things smell. But whatever... I'm not going to get an answer here or even a good discussion on the topic. Later.
  11. I know many people think COVID isn't real. I was one of those people, or at least I was on the fence about it. I think my position has changed though. Here's my experience: Two days ago, I came home from working all day in the cold and felt very "off", for lack of a better word. I felt feverish and fatigued but my temp was sitting at 98.5F. This is still high for me as I usually run 97.3. I wasn't worried about that or about feeling fatigued. It was the mixed feeling of lightheadedness and mild vertigo at the same time. I dosed up on 1300mg Tylenol and 800mg ibuprofen, a large amount of vitamin C and zinc, and then went to bed. I felt a little better the next morning and resumed the job I was doing. When I got home that evening, I felt the same way as before and this time, I had a temp of 99.1. I didn't fret though, still adamant that this was nothing but a cold or a mild flu though I haven't had the flu since 1997 and I don't get flu shots. I went through today and there's no more fever but I have very mild cough and a very mild sore throat. No big deal at all. My temp is now at 96.8 and I feel good except for the cough and sore throat. What's really, really weird though is that I just sat down to eat some fish and fries and the tartar sauce that came with my fish seems to have a very strong chemical smell to it. I can't even describe what kind of chemical smell it is...it's very strange. I thought it was bad so I got a bottle out of the fridge and it also smelled the same way. So I tried some ketchup and it smells the same way. I pulled out a bottle of BBQ sauce that I use all the time and it too has the same odor, though not as strong. Even my bottle of mustard has a slight chemical smell to it (my jar of dill pickle relish however, does not smell). I asked my daughter to smell the tartar sauce and ketchup and she feels they smell just fine. To me, they are offensive---especially the tartar sauce. I read about and heard stories of peoples' sense of smell being affected by COVID and even made a few posts here about it. Something is definitely going on. I have been sick before in my life but never had a change in how things smelled. I haven't been tested for COVID and I'm not going to be. We all know the test is BS and the "vaccine" is fake. Nevertheless, I think I had it, whatever "it" is.
  12. Yes. Completely, 100% confident what I have is fossilized bone. There is zero doubt. Same can be said with all my fossils. I have personally collected prehistoric ray teeth and several species of shark teeth found in elevations far from water. I also have fossilized turtle carapace fragments, a tooth from a sawfish, and numerous gastropods, all dating back to the Eocene to Miocene periods. Trust me, dinosaurs existed long before humans did.
  13. I don't know about artificial bones but I do know bones of dinosaurs exist. I have a few pieces of rib bone from a basilosaurus on my entertainment table by my monitor.
  14. If there was a rally in my area, people would come. They protested already in front of our local school board over the mask mandates. I don't even know why we have them as most people don't wear them. I work in a public school system and the only time I wear them is when I am in a school, out of respect to the principals. I think it's ridiculous but I have to play the game in order to work (wearing a mask now and then isn't as bad as getting the vaccine).
  15. Mine occurs 24/7 though sometimes it's louder than other times. Right now, it sounds loud but I have a feeling that may be tied to being tired still (late night). I wish I could make it go away. I don't remember what it's like to hear nothing but only the normal sounds of activities going on around me.
  16. I haven't had any COVID-related injections but microwaves could be at fault.
  17. I agree with you there on being as it was in the days of Noah. Extracting DNA from every species of animals would be just as difficult to do as it would be to capture them all. What about all the new species that have been discovered just within the 20th century (let alone the past several thousand years since the time of Noah)? Noah and his people would have to find these critters wherever they were and then have a syringe handy to extract blood, then someway to keep the blood safe, and then some other way to recreate the species from the DNA that they still would have to extract from the blood. This makes less sense than finding the animals and storing all of them on a boat. I've heard of ringwoodite in the past and just looked it up again. I'm not sure what relevance it has to the discussion though. https://www.mindat.org/min-3421.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ringwoodite
  18. 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.
  19. 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?
  20. 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.)
  21. Southern Arkansas/North Louisiana/Western Mississippi area
  22. 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.
  23. 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.
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