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Grumpy Owl

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  1. Your 'most basic FE model' may correctly predict this, but equally on the 'globe model', in the southern hemisphere the sun will appear to 'rise' in the east and 'set' in the west, but will traverse the sky across the north, rather than the south, as we see here in the northern hemisphere. As I've said before, I've never been to the southern hemisphere to see this for myself, but I would trust the observations of those who DO live there and have seen this for themselves.
  2. No because the earth and its atmosphere enclosed within a magnetic field is also a closed system.
  3. So its that time of year when I get my 'annual cold'... runny nose, bit under the weather, occasional chesty cough. Still a COVID-free zone here, no testing or vaccine required, couple more days and I'll be right as rain...

  4. I've had a similar issue with Royal Mail tracking website throwing up captchas when trying to check tracking numbers today. But no captcha's on the DavidIcke.com website for me. Any 'issue' will be with Google Recaptcha rather than the website, as Recaptcha is only used on forms that collect input data (to prevent automated submissions)
  5. Could you perhaps clarify what this chart is showing please?
  6. Topic split off as it is not really a forum issue. That sounds like Google Recaptcha verification, to prove you are 'human' and not a bot. It is normally only utilised on login/registration pages (which the main DI website doesn't have) or on contact forms where it is enabled. I did notice the Recaptcha logo on the site yesterday, but it doesn't appear to be there now, so perhaps it has been disabled. I use Firefox myself, alongside DuckDuckGo and AdBlock Plus, no problems here with the DI website. I tried Tor o
  7. As has been stated previously, its all 'relative'. Have you ever travelled on a fast-moving plane or train? If you jump up in the air, do you fly towards the back? Try putting an ant on a football. Watch it crawl around, while you rotate the ball around in your hands. Run around your garden or back yard holding the ball. Does that ant 'feel the movement' of the ball? (You'd have to ask it of course) Which way is 'up' according to the ant?
  8. Wales is a fascist state. Alcohol ban for Welsh pubs and restaurants from Friday https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-55128305 So much for the recent 'fire-break' lockdown in Wales then? If 'cases' are still rising? What's the point of going to the pub if you can't enjoy a nice crisp pint or glass of wine? And what about those who work during the day and can't get to the pub before 6pm? SHOW US THE SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE TO BACK THIS UP!
  9. Looking through there, much of the content from the old 'Symbolism' section was taken from the VigilantCitizen website. https://vigilantcitizen.com/
  10. Here in the UK, both the NHS and Police have been compromised by and are controlled by Common Purpose change agents. It starts at the top and works down through the 'chain of command'. The 'footsoldier' police officers are simply 'following orders'.
  11. The 'range' of electric vehicles is admittedly improving, meaning they can go further before needing recharging, certainly more than a 'few miles'. Here in the West Midlands, we have a number of electric buses now, which can do a whole day's service on a single charge, before being recharged overnight. But the ultimate aim is that only a 'select few' will be able to afford to own and operate their own 'private' electric vehicles, while the rest of us have to make do with using public transport within the cities in order to commute to/from work. One only has to look at recent develo
  12. Hi, you would need a credit or debit card to pay for your Ickonic subscription. If you have a bank account, you must have a debit card surely?
  13. "In Greek mythology the lotus-eaters, were a race of people living on an island dominated by the lotus tree, a plant whose botanical identity is uncertain. The lotus fruits and flowers were the primary food of the island and were a narcotic, causing the inhabitants to sleep in peaceful apathy. Figuratively, 'lotus-eater' denotes "a person who spends their time indulging in pleasure and luxury rather than dealing with practical concerns"."



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      Grumpy Owl

      I'm just curious as to why Carl Benjamin used this for the name of his new website...

  14. I'm sorry to hear this. My own sister was diagnosed with breast cancer a couple of years ago, so I understand your concerns. Luckily for her, after her chemotherapy treatment, she made a full recovery. Though it is still unclear whether she will be able to have children as a result of this treatment, and she lives with having a compromised or weakened immune system. Ultimately, whatever decision your sister makes will have to be her own. I am in no way a doctor or certified medical professional, so I am not giving out any medical advice here, and I don't think others sh
  15. I'm sceptical of this, and will be keeping an eye on my local MP on Facebook. If he shares any videos of him in the HoC next week (like he normally does), then I'll know this is all suspect.
  16. I'd say Farage is more the acceptable face of 'anti-establishment sentiment'. Whatever he has done in the past, whether with UKIP, The Brexit Party or now his new Reform party, has only ultimately ended up benefitting the 'Establishment', ie splitting the vote keeping the Labour/Conservative coalition in power. He's just another 'useful idiot'.
  17. There are some differences between the novel and movie of 2001. In the novel, it IS Saturn, rather than Jupiter, that Discovery travels to...
  18. Discussion split rather than be deleted. We made one simple request for the 'memes' sub-forum, just memes and images, not general chat.
  19. Most likely 'fake news' I'm afraid... Rebel News (Rebel Media) are shit-stirrers. Your News Wire is fake news junk site, hardly 'reliable'. The link doesn't even work FFS.
  20. But this is the 'thing' - there is 'science' and then there is 'science'. It's all so very one-sided though. It is a 'certain' type of scientific 'research and expertise' that has got us into this mess in the first place. Any other scientific research that counters this narrative is instantly dismissed as 'bogus' or just outright ignored. Sadly there's no place for honesty in science, not while money calls the shots.
  21. See the 'pinned' topics in the David Icke Discussion area for all the links: https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/forum/33-david-icke-discussion/
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