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  1. Typhoon Doksuri has now moved inland and weakened, but id did leave a large trail in Viet Nam.. https://saigoneer.com/vietnam-news/11265-photos-historic-typhoon-doksuri-batters-central,-northern-vietnam
  2. I was Skyping with TNH last night (yes, he is still around, but been having a hard time). He is currently in central Viet Nam - Da Nang area. He was saying, they got a lot of rain, but the roof stayed on, the main storm passed 150 miles to the north.
  3. Research was also done this way in the USSR in the 50's and 60's - some, if I recall was at the University of Kishinev, plus a few other places. In one experiment, chicken eggs wee placed under a duck, and they were exposed to a 'field'. The chicks that hatched had web feet and wide beaks - duck traits.
  4. Nothing says “good morning” like having to wade through knee-deep flooding and battle severe traffic congestion on your way to work. Good Scooters.. I have walked this road... https://saigoneer.com/saigon-news/11247-photo-last-night-s-torrential-rain-paralyzes-saigon-streets
  5. Meanwhile in the "East Sea" (SOuth China Sea - Vietnam.. Several provinces in the northern central region have made plans to evacuate thousands of people on September 14 to avoid Storm Doksuri. The local authorities and residents in Nghi Xuan District, Ha Tinh Province have reinforced their houses, moved belongings to safer places and trimmed trees. Dang Thi Tram, head of Xuan Thanh Nursery School, said, "Teachers were asked to trim the school's trees and use sand bags to strengthen the building." Bui Tuan Son, director of the management board of Ha Tinh fishing ports, said they had directed the boats to shelters. However, 1,850 out of 6,100 boats with nearly 6,900 fishermen were still out on the sea. Nam Ha Tinh Water Resources Company discharged several reservoirs on September 13. Since early morning of September 14, rain has started falling in Ha Tinh Province. Quang Binh provincial authorities have made plans to evacuate over 20,000 households in emergency cases and asked fishing boats to seek shelters. Locality authorities were asked to have plans to protect ongoing public constructions. The authorities warned school managers to keep a close eye on the situation, prepare life buoys and ensure the pupils' safety by letting them stay home or keep them at school if the storm is strong. http://dtinews.vn/en/news/017004/52795/northern-central-region-braces-for-storm-doksuri.html
  6. One should look at a couple of great Si-Fi authors for study on AI.. Isaac Asimov - his I Robot series, about the dangers and the rules that need to be put in place.. and David Brin - his Uplift series - on the different 'types' of life/intelligence, where self-replicating machines can suddenly go crazy, and consume whole areas of resources, become a plague that has to be controlled..
  7. For Bolshevik, read Kazar... Vladimir Ilich (Lenin) was backed by the Kazarian bankers, and all his 'enforcers' were 'Jews'
  8. And another very interesting article... How the Nazca lines (if projected) all meet at Angkor Wat in Cambodia (which also just happens to be opposite Nazca). On my visit to Angkor Wat last year (and photos I posted in Member's Photos), it was easy to see at least 3, maybe 4 or 5 different building 'Eras' - with the base stones on the temples being of a different type of stone, much larger, and perfectly fitted together. As if the Nazca lines weren’t already mysterious enough—there are more than 800 straight lines, 300 geometric figures and 70 animal and plant designs at Nazca—if you plot the Nazca lines over the entire planet they converge at one SPECIFIC spot, and I can’t believe where they all meet. The Nazca lines, located in Nazca Peru have captured the imagination of historians, researchers, and tourists for decades. The lines—only seen from the air—were spotted in 1927, when Airlines started flying over Peru and passengers reported seeing strange lines, figures, and shapes on the ground. So far, researchers have cataloged 800 straight lines, 300 geometric figures and 70 animal and plant designs, also called biomorphs. No one can say for certain what their meaning is, why they were created, who exactly created them, and why they are only visible from the air. Believed to have been created by the ancient Nazca culture, the largest of the figures discovered on Nazca stretches a staggering 200 meters across. The Nazca culture flourished in the arid region of Peru between the 1st and 8th century A.D. The ancient Nazca culture belonged to an ancient prehistoric civilization that was successful in engineering techniques to bring underground water to the surface for irrigation purposes. The longest glyph at Nazca is around 9 miles long. https://www.ancient-code.com/this-is-what-happens-when-you-plot-the-nazca-lines-over-the-entire-planet/?utm_content=social-vdheo&utm_medium=social&utm_source=SocialMedia&utm_campaign=SocialPilot
  9. Another thought on the US ships and the 'Accidents'........ We all know how often in the past there have been "False-Flag" events used to start wars. And now we are told that "certain parties" have said that they will make sure that there are no more wars... Looking at these ships, and the directions they were heading (and knowing a little on what they may have been carrying), may it not have been to stop possible False-Flag incidents that they were stopped. As students of Martial Arts know - the biggest put-down of potential aggressor is to passively block them, so they look and feel helpless, that everything they try just doesn't work - perfect Karma.
  10. And we lose another - Jerry Lewis: Renowned actor, slapstick comedy legend dies in Las Vegas home at age 91 Jerry Lewis, the comedic legend who teamed up with Dean Martin before starring in his own series of slapstick movies during the 1950s, has died of natural causes at the age of 91. "Famed comedian, actor and legendary entertainer Jerry Lewis passed away peacefully today of natural causes at 91 at his home in Las Vegas with his family by his side," a statement from the Lewis family said. His spokeswoman, Candi Cazau, said he died about 9:30am local time on Sunday. The son of vaudeville entertainers, Lewis became a star in the early 1950s as Dean Martin's comic sidekick in nightclubs, on television and in 16 movies.
  11. Another US Destroyer involved in a collision The USS John McCain collided with a merchant ship early August 21 near Singapore and the Strait of Malacca. The US guided-missile destroyer crashed into the merchant vessel Alnic MC while underway east of Singapore and the Strait of Malacca in the South China Sea, the US Navy 7th Fleet reports. The incident occurred at 6:24 a.m. local time as the ship was on its way to make a routine port visit in Singapore. A search and rescue operation is underway, and early reports hold that the McCain has been damaged on its port side. The USS John McCain is an Arleigh-Burke class destroyer belonging to the US Navy's 7th Fleet, and is home ported at the US Navy base in Yokosuka, Japan. The Alnic MC is described as a Liberian-flagged, 30,000 ton, 183-meter oil and chemical tanker by the Marine Traffic website.
  12. Having just seen this in Sputnik news ( https://sputniknews.com/military/201708161056496466-uss-fitzgerald-transported-back-to-usa-for-repairs/ ) - The bruised and beaten destroyer USS Fitzgerald will be traveling back home to the "land of the free" with the help of a heavy lift ship in order to undergo more repairs, the US Navy announced Tuesday. And it came to me, there has always been something nagging in the back of my mind as being wrong about this 'accident' - NO PAINT! IF the ships had collided, there would have been a 'paint exchange' - one has only to look at (most) cars that have bumped. But on the Fitz - not a trace of red paint that we can see, and from memory, no grey paint on the bow photos of the freighter.
  13. Just 'reminded' by a friend - this is not Lightning, but Blasting Cord laid in the river. The initial 'flash' is a piece of explosive (or detonator) going off, followed by the cord doing a 'slow' blast - as used for fracturing rock. Still makes a spectacular sight..
  14. It would be very interesting to know what was under that river, that the lightning 'went for' and then ran along under the water..