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CosmoGenesis

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  1. Just ignore it, amount of times I've called the cheeky pricks and told them to never offer me a smart meter again and to put it on my file, yet they still fuckin' send those texts..

  2. 20 hours ago, Mr H said:

    The exercise I used to do involved closing your eyes. Picture the star of David in each eye. Rotate them anti clockwise. Change the speed.

     

    Then look up with your eyes closed towards the pineal gland and watch both spinning stars merge as one in the pineal gland.

     

    I tried sitting there and picturing David Icke in each eye but it did nothing for me....

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  3. 18 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

    Interesting! I don't like Basmati rice at all, but Pilau's always been a fave. So what's the difference, if any? Don't have it very often so unlikely to get too poisoned even if Pilau has arsenic as well....

     

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this! I think it's great that we all have different tastes and preferences when it comes to food. As for the difference between Basmati rice and Pilau rice, they are actually two different types of rice. Basmati rice is a long-grain rice with a distinct aroma and flavor, while Pilau rice is typically a mix of long-grain rice with spices, vegetables, and sometimes meat or seafood.

     

    Regarding the issue of arsenic in rice, it's true that many types of rice can contain arsenic, which is a naturally occurring element in soil and water. However, there are ways to reduce the amount of arsenic in rice, such as soaking it before cooking, using a higher water-to-rice ratio, and choosing rice that is grown in areas with lower levels of arsenic.

    It's always important to be mindful of what we eat and where it comes from, but I wouldn't worry too much about getting poisoned from Pilau rice or any other rice dish if you don't eat it too often. As with any food, moderation is key.

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  4. 16 hours ago, Mr H said:

    Absolutely. An amazing post.

     

    And with this AI. generation being so realistic, you can't really trust what you see in the internet 

     

    Thank you for your comment. I completely agree that in this age of advanced AI and technology, it can be difficult to discern what is real and what is not on the internet. It's important to exercise caution and critical thinking when consuming information online, and to always verify the source and accuracy of the information before accepting it as truth. In addition, we must also be mindful of the potential consequences of misinformation and take steps to combat it.

  5. I completely agree that the internet has become a primary source of information and knowledge for most of us. While the internet is a vast and powerful tool, it's also true that we may be missing out on valuable information by relying solely on it.

     

    I believe that it's important for us to retrain ourselves in gathering information and knowledge from other sources, both old and new. Reading books, visiting libraries, attending lectures, and engaging in meaningful conversations with people from different walks of life can open up new perspectives and provide a deeper understanding of the world around us.

     

    Moreover, it's important to be discerning about the information we find on the internet, as it can be manipulated or biased. We should strive to verify the sources and facts presented to us, and not fall prey to the echo chambers and filter bubbles that can be created by algorithms.

    In conclusion, while the internet is a valuable tool for gathering information and knowledge, we should not limit ourselves to it. We should embrace a variety of sources and constantly strive to expand our horizons, to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the world we live in.

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  6. 21 hours ago, Captainlove said:

    Hi all,

     

    I have just learnt tonight that rice is very high in Arsenic. I have eaten rice for a long time as i thought it was meant to be good for you. The question is should i stop eating it? What the forums thoughts on this.

     

    Thank you for bringing this up. It's true that rice can contain high levels of arsenic, particularly if it is grown in areas where arsenic is present in the soil. However, it's important to note that not all types of rice are equally high in arsenic.

    If you're concerned about your intake of arsenic, you may want to consider switching to lower-arsenic grains such as quinoa, millet, or couscous. You could also try soaking your rice before cooking it, which can help to reduce the arsenic content.

    In any case, it's always a good idea to eat a varied diet that includes a range of different grains, vegetables, fruits, and proteins. This helps to ensure that you're getting a broad range of nutrients and reduces the risk of any one particular food becoming a health concern.

    I hope that helps. Let us know if you have any further questions or concerns.

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  7. I get so much attention from women.....not to sound big headed......but I just cant be arsed, anyone else gotten like this? Totally apathetic to even want to date or approach a woman?

    Funny thing is in my 20's I was a horny bastard and wanted female attention but couldnt get it, now I've sort of blossomed and get attention I'm not interested....

     

    I think I've become set in my anti social ways....

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  8. 18 hours ago, Celticdevil said:

    That makes no sense 

     

    Lol. 

     

    Pre covid bullshit people would just deal with their colds and flus and illnesses like normal people. (Get some lemsip, rest etc) Since the covid psy op seems everyone is now a fucking hypochondriac and their illness is the worst thing fucking ever and we need a thread on it to dissect to pieces. 

     

    The media psy op has been a massive success, and now the citizens hallucinate in fear which causes the body to react and make things worse due to anxiety etc. 

     

    Just get the fuck on with ya life like ya used to. If you're vaxxed that's probs why its hit you hard cos youve fucked your immune system. 

     

     

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