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Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #720 on: January 08, 2020, 06:30:05 PM »
There have been no god(s) in human history that were any more “godly” than
the WWII cargo pilots.


https://youtu.be/qmlYe2KS0-Y


I could walk into any town of dumbasses and have enough knowledge and technology
to convince them that I myself was a god(s).
If they believe me, it will become a religion, indistinguishable from any other.


L. Ron Hubbard stated on international television and radio that he intended to do
this very thing. Then proceeded to do so. (science fiction author who claimed to be atheist)
Today there are estimated to be between 4 and 20 million followers converted by
their 11.000 Scientology churches worldwide.
This was his deathbed joke on humanity. and prior to the creation of his religion he talked
extensively on the impacts it would have.
His intentionally fictional religion is indistinguishable from any other religion.


Unless or until god(s) resume their interactions with humans, they have no real world
relevance in our lives.
Praying to the god(s) of your choice is no different than jumping sidewalk cracks to spare
the backbone of your mother, or walking around the block because a black cat crossed in
front of you.


No two people even have the same imaginary concept of the god(s), even among followers
of the same religion.
They can’t even agree on “what god is”.


Invisible, magical creature that can create an entire Universe?
Capable of poofing  humans and earths into existence?
He belongs in the group with leprechauns and fairies.
Only existing in our imaginations.

Science has no place for these things.



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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #720 on: January 08, 2020, 06:30:05 PM »

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #721 on: January 09, 2020, 01:08:53 AM »
There have been no god(s) in human history that were any more “godly” than
the WWII cargo pilots.


https://youtu.be/qmlYe2KS0-Y


I could walk into any town of dumbasses and have enough knowledge and technology
to convince them that I myself was a god(s).
If they believe me, it will become a religion, indistinguishable from any other.


L. Ron Hubbard stated on international television and radio that he intended to do
this very thing. Then proceeded to do so. (science fiction author who claimed to be atheist)
Today there are estimated to be between 4 and 20 million followers converted by
their 11.000 Scientology churches worldwide.
This was his deathbed joke on humanity. and prior to the creation of his religion he talked
extensively on the impacts it would have.
His intentionally fictional religion is indistinguishable from any other religion.


Unless or until god(s) resume their interactions with humans, they have no real world
relevance in our lives.
Praying to the god(s) of your choice is no different than jumping sidewalk cracks to spare
the backbone of your mother, or walking around the block because a black cat crossed in
front of you.


No two people even have the same imaginary concept of the god(s), even among followers
of the same religion.
They can’t even agree on “what god is”.


Invisible, magical creature that can create an entire Universe?
Capable of poofing  humans and earths into existence?
He belongs in the group with leprechauns and fairies.
Only existing in our imaginations.

Science has no place for these things.
Struth You talk a load of BS,  ;D ;D so how do you explain remote viewers the government uses and spirit mediums and what are those 'Orbes' with faces in them that fly about the place that can be seen even by a skeptic with the ade of a 'pixel' camera in the red range, (like the ones used in night gunship raids in Vietnam that drove the crews insane and had to be taken out of use (demons now you see them with them on take em off now you don't it was the eye contact that drove them mad) struth sheila your so nieve and then there are hauntings and demonic entities that are reported to be at epidemic levels in BC NY  area  where do you think you go after death  and then there are reincarnations explain all that Mr Scientology

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #722 on: January 09, 2020, 04:05:56 AM »
Hmm...   touched a nerve?
I’m an atheist by the way.


Can I get a pair of those goggles? Maybe we can find you some answers.
I don’t know.


Demonic possession? Or schizophrenia?


Remote viewing?
This is not a religious subject. There is a science that describes the collective
human consciousness. We all have the ability to see each other’s vision and
intention. I don’t know about stored memory being shared or “reading thoughts”
but our foremost intention or focus is broadcast further than the earth.
And any one of us is physically capable of picking up these images and intentions.
The “what you are doing right now, why, when and where”. In the now
This is public information beyond our control.
Not many people know how to tap into this function of our biology.
Studies show we are born with it, and our social interactions teach us to hush the voices
and break the link.


we emit energy fields that can be detected, and by some seen (aura) or felt.
Students of the internal arts can learn to project their energy to affect physical objects
at a distance.
These things are not a nature of “belief”, unless you do not understand them.


Which brings me back to my original point.
That a majority of people “need” these beliefs.


Psychologically, I believe this is a self defense mechanism similar to self esteem.
The acknowledgment of the incomprehensible, to them, can be devastating.
They “need” to believe in mystical (non realistic) descriptions of events they cannot
understand.


While the 1%’ers admits they do not know and seek the answers.






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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #722 on: January 09, 2020, 04:05:56 AM »
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Offline Raycathode

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #723 on: January 09, 2020, 10:35:22 AM »
It wasn't IR https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sA-R4K4kCTk  the yanks don't like disclosure of this type of phenomena
but it does exist to this day try a Swann night vision surveillance system and camera and spook the wife and kids with
the footage from around your house, it's everywhere try an old battlefield they work on 12 volts.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hGKkUlCQqA   ;D ;D

 

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #724 on: January 09, 2020, 03:37:01 PM »
Good news, FE topic Re: Food for Thought: Our World

https://www.plenty.ag/
If OP {onepower] can share his FE tech
tomorrow we can use 99% less water to grow crops with no DNA mods or pesticides...indoors in the arctic ...sub sahara  even underground or underwater..[outback in OZ...

I have read of OP's [onepower] efforts in hydroponics elsewhere ...of course no sharing just more bragging there too ??

FE will save the planet

more please ? [solutions not pollution's...[RE: " OP "-[onepower] previous contributions to distract topics

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
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Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #725 on: January 11, 2020, 02:56:27 PM »
The way that system works is you start at the top of a stack
(ancient cultures did this what we call “terraces”)
Water draining from the top layer goes to the one below it
and so on, so a single watering on the top layer waters even
the bottom layers.


In a hydroponic system, all of the water not directly absorbed
is still available for the plants.


Now: you also have to understand the context of what is being said.
They are not saying that the plants use 95% less water.
They are talking about the greenhouse as a whole.
Meaning the total volume of water in the hydroponic system at any one time
is 5% of what would be in a horizontal system of the same size.


Land is conserved by the same equation, which essentially converts
square footing into cubic greenhouse volume.


———————————————————————————————————


In other news, a new robotic plant caretaker uses ultrasound to communicate
with plants and know when they are in need of water,light,nutrients, or have been
damaged or otherwise stressed.


Plants use the motion of water and air in corpuscles to create cavitation.
Which in turn emits discrete ultrasonic signals.
In response to stress and changes in their environment.
This is done with ultrasonic transceivers places near the plant.
(what the scientists  “say” to the plants was unclear)


Electrodes places directly onto leaves or stems/stalks can send/receive electrical
signals, giving us a 2-channel communication stream directly from the plant.
Plants emit electrical signals in response to touch, smell, sound/vibration
changes in wind speed/direction, changes in light, or even the presence of
other plants or animals.








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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #726 on: January 12, 2020, 06:29:08 AM »
Ramset
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If OP {onepower] can share his FE tech
tomorrow we can use 99% less water to grow crops with no DNA mods or pesticides...indoors in the arctic ...sub sahara  even underground or underwater..[outback in OZ...
I have read of OP's [onepower] efforts in hydroponics elsewhere ...of course no sharing just more bragging there too ??

I would remind you that there are many topics here beyond FE and this thread is "food for thought" which could mean anything I suppose. I don't think anyone needs to start acting like the thought police and telling us what we can and cannot talk about or where to do it.

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #727 on: January 12, 2020, 10:08:55 AM »
Well in that case watch this:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78SkTuk8Zd4

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #728 on: January 16, 2020, 01:54:19 AM »
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Well in that case watch this:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78SkTuk8Zd4

"What really happens when you die" is an age old question often based on wild speculation as most people who are dead generally don't have the means to comment on this matter. It's kind of like seeing a dead fish on the beach and asking...  hey dude what happened?. Which is well enough until some start believing it answers back at which point a psychiatric visit may be in order.

The real "problem" is when people apply one set of rules to themselves and a completely different set of rules to everyone else which is BS.
For example I saw a UFO and most Christians think I am crazy despite the fact my only claim is that I cannot Identify the Flying Object I saw do some really strange stuff. However the same persons who would call me crazy believe a beaded man in a white dress created the entire universe from nothing because he loves them and they will live forever in a magical place called heaven.

I hope everyone can see how fubar this is, I mean it's almost beyond belief.

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #729 on: January 16, 2020, 02:17:00 AM »
Raycathode
"What really happens when you die" is an age old question often based on wild speculation as most people who are dead generally don't have the means to comment on this matter. It's kind of like seeing a dead fish on the beach and asking...  hey dude what happened?. Which is well enough until some start believing it answers back at which point a psychiatric visit may be in order.

The real "problem" is when people apply one set of rules to themselves and a completely different set of rules to everyone else which is BS.
For example I saw a UFO and most Christians think I am crazy despite the fact my only claim is that I cannot Identify the Flying Object I saw do some really strange stuff. However the same persons who would call me crazy believe a beaded man in a white dress created the entire universe from nothing because he loves them and they will live forever in a magical place called heaven.

I hope everyone can see how fubar this is, I mean it's almost beyond belief.
Well between life and death is trauma and others might have had this experience first hand but as sure of the fact that eggs are eggs, there is more proof that this is how it is than your way of thinking.

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #731 on: January 19, 2020, 12:19:54 AM »
Seems like 1 year later he improved his solar panel positionning.

Guess it was not a success after all, if he was nut fully committed to improve and scale up and make this looped.

You likely stand corrected once again Raymondo.

Now imagine if I wasnt here to tell you this, you would be out of money and out of breath, chasing every fraud on YT.

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #732 on: January 19, 2020, 07:03:17 PM »
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This looks interesting
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70_xKJh91eE

It does look interesting and there are a few things to look for.
1) He is not asking for money like most corporate shills and is simply showing his work for free to everyone. ;)
2) He provided a full circuit diagram at 7:10 in the video. A fraud would seldom if ever provide a full circuit diagram so others can replicate there work.
3) The circuit layout is unconventional having multiple series windings/coils independently switched. Logically in order to do something different it must act different otherwise it's just the same old bs.

In my opinion the inventor has spent a great deal of time and effort geared more towards learning and understanding versus trying to impress others which is a good sign. They may have something happening in this device they may or may not fully understand which requires more research.


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« Reply #733 on: January 19, 2020, 07:27:50 PM »
Yeah sure, its cool.

Would I try to imitate him or do like him? Nah...

Every week there is a new discovery or video and I get distracted by this and that etc...

The list is long...

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #734 on: January 20, 2020, 12:45:23 AM »
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Yeah sure, its cool.
Would I try to imitate him or do like him? Nah...
Every week there is a new discovery or video and I get distracted by this and that etc...
The list is long...

In my opinion most of the stuff on the internet is BS and a person is far better off studying patents. First it costs time and money to file a patent thus most of the people posting absurd fake video's are not filing patents. Second a patent must present a certain amount of information and detail to even be considered so there is inherent value in this.

It's not rocket science, any fool can make a video but filing patents and writing papers with justification and substance is another matter on an entirely different level. It's just common sense and if we interact with people more intelligent than ourselves then we may learn something. If we interact with or believe narcissistic abusive compulsive liars talking like a six year old on a candy high then learning anything may be a problem.

The trick is not to imitate anything as memorizing behaviors or patterns of thinking means were always following something. The best option in my opinion is to take what we can of value or substance, add it to our own understanding then carry on down our own path as we see fit.  Do you understand?, following means we are bound to follow, leading generally means we hold some responsibility for those who follow but rejecting the whole premise of both gives us freedom.

As it were the oldest patents often gave the most insight because it was a privilege to be protected by a patent back then unlike the manipulative BS we see today. You want to read some mind altering patents read the original works of Carlos F Benitez or Daniel McFarland Cook. They all speak of multiple currents nobody can seem to understand and it is the lack of understanding which produces a lack of results. Most people are fucking clueless so I will tell you what I did with respect to the Cook patent. First I got a piece of paper and wrote down all the many "kinds" of currents Cook speaks of. Then from Cook's descriptions I tried to correlate those currents with all the currents we know of. You know like science, the scientific method, which then gave me some real insight into exactly what he was doing and why nobody else can seem to understand what he was talking about.

See how that works?, instead of going into it half cocked as if we know everything we try to keep an open mind and understand what the author was saying as they saw it. It's called learning and it's kind of cool.

 

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