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  1. Magnitude-5.7 earthquake rocks southern WA A magnitude-5.7 earthquake has hit near the West Australian town of Walpole, about 430 kilometres south-east of Perth, with tremors felt as far away as Perth and Albany. Key points: The earthquake struck near Lake Muir, about 400 kilometres south-east of Perth Tremors were felt as far away as Perth and Albany There were reports of minor damage to two homesteads in the area The earthquake happened about 1:00pm (WST). Walls were cracked at two homesteads in the Lake Muir region, but there were no other initial reports of damage. The Bureau of Meteorology WA said there was no tsunami risk to Australia. It said the quake was centred near Lake Muir and forecasters working in its West Perth headquarters felt the building sway. Senior Geoscience Australia seismologist Phil Cummins said it was the second earthquake to hit the region in a week. "It occurred roughly between Walpole and Kojonup on the south coast, it was felt all the way from Albany up to Perth," he said. "It is quite a large earthquake, it is large enough to cause damage but it's unlikely to have done so because it occurred in a relatively remote area." Mr Cummins said the earthquake was uncommonly large. "You would expect to get a 5.6 (magnitude) maybe once every couple of years throughout Australia," he said. Geoscience Australia on Monday reviewed the magnitude of the quake to 5.7. Mr Cummins said a magnitude-3.5 earthquake struck off the coast of Albany on Wednesday, while another magnitude-3.4 earthquake hit Walpole on Thursday. A magnitude-4.3 earthquake struck Norseman in WA's Goldfields region last month. http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-16/earth-tremor-rocks-southern-wa-town-of-walpole/10253364 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Now where this is interesting - some old farmers told me many years ago, of a row of round stone balls that ran past Lake Muir, due south, down to the south coast. Then, for some 40-50 years there has been a company 'mining' there - supposedly for 'rare earths', but nothng ever seemed to get shipped, and very little is known about them.. But the area had a very strange feel. Me thinks, this may well be another of the '10Km' quakes that BF has been talking about.... If it was, then West OZ will get a few more soon....
  2. Possibility - all the embassies have screening devices and 'safe rooms'. Could it be that the the devices they are using to screen areas are setting up standing-waves or something similar, specially through the metal reinforcing in the buildings? I can't really imagine that both Cuba and China are using the exact same equipment to 'attack' the embassies..
  3. From an email a friend sent to me today.... please pass it on... Dear all, You getting this note is because you are my friends and I had friends who became victim of this madness to lose weight rapidly. Just a quick note about some weight-loss supplement now currently promoted as the best way to lose weigh rapidly is the use of 2,4-Dinitrophenol. There are already several deaths in Australia recently and will be published as health warning when the legal proceedings are completed. I decided to highlight this sooner privately so that if you know of someone promoting and taking 2,4-Dinitrophenol as a rapid weight loss, discourage the uses and if you are taking this. Stop immediately. What is 2,4-Dinitrophenol? 2,4-Dinitrophenol is an organic compound with the formula HOC₆H₃(NO₂)₂. It is a yellow, crystalline solid that has a sweet, musty odor. Formula: C6H4N2O5 Molar mass: 184.106 g/mol IUPAC ID: 2,4-dinitrophenol Density: 1.68 g/cm³ Melting point: 108 °C Soluble in: Alcohol, Acetone, Ether, Benzene, Chloroform, Toluene, Ethyl acetate, Pyridine, Carbon tetrachloride DNP causes weight loss by making cellular respiration less efficient. The majority of ATP (molecules used for energy) is produced in the mitochondria. ... (When your body oxidizes sugar, fat, or proteins energy is produced. Your body is designed to use that energy to make ATP, while DNP turns that energy into heat). DNP acts as a protonophore, allowing protons to leak across the inner mitochondrial membrane and thus bypass ATP synthase. This makes ATP energy production less efficient. In effect, part of the energy that is normally produced from cellular respiration is wasted as heat. Why was DNP lethal? DNP indeed causes weight loss — by uncoupling oxidative phosphorylation and radically increasing metabolic rate. Energy usually stored as ATP molecules becomes dissipated as heat, potentially leading to clinically significant or even lethal hyperthermia. That is to say you died a terrible death. If this doesn’t makes you think again, 2,4-Dinitrophenol is used and sold legally as a pesticide. You find this in your insects sprays or gardening products. More to read about .. on this link www.thepoisonreview.com/2011/08/04/dinitrophenol-the-deadly-diet-aid/ Be safe. And keep healthy
  4. Unity, ALL systems have 'back-doors' in them... Nothing is NOT monitored by multiple 'sources' First, and most people don't realise this - there must always be a back-door into any computer system, else, if something goes wrong, how can the programmers get in to fix it. As for computers and phones - even the chips now have built-in 'holes', sending data back 'home'. And these 'homes' are both 'country' and 'corporate'. And we wonder why crime still exists...
  5. Chrome is known to not be secure, and I have seen reports it is now 'owned' by the Chinese..
  6. Cloud-ship... I saw several up in the Flinders Ranges some years ago..
  7. Hi Unity, Great thoughts, and a bit more on what you are saying about salts and minerals... Some years ago, in another 'life-frame', I was a dairy farmer in West OZ. Anyway, I bought some lovely Jersey cows from a farmer not far from the Barossa Valley in South OZ. Well, he had a Selenium problem on his farm - too much, as it was killing his lambs. We got the cows back to West OZ, and had to give them mineral suppliments, to compensate - the West OZ soils are very old, and have very few minerals in them. Anyway, what we discovered (the cows taught us) - that it doesn't really make a great difference on how much salt or minerals we ingest (provided it is within a basic range), as the body adjusts it's metabolism to adjust - on how much is absorbed, and how much is shed. It can take 2-3 years for a 'body' to make a full adjustment, but it will happen. As an aside - what I ended up giving the cows was a spoonful of dried, ground seaweed each milking - and did that give the cows a boost. Selenium is measures in parts to a Trillion, and even then, the amounts are so low, they can't be measured in the soil, only from plant tissues. So I am thinking - there are other other minerals lacking - but in amounts far below what we can currently measured. And as for energies - yes, they also have a big role to play - my current partner got sick visiting Angkor Wat, and also the My Son temples in Vietnam (near Da Nang).
  8. For what it's worth, but a bit of good info re pyramids... http://www.fourwinds10.com/siterun_data/space/ufo_and_aliens_orbs/stargates/news.php?q=1534348939 BERMULDA TRIANGLE OF ALASKA ERUPTS WITH LARGEST EARTHQUAKE EVER RECORDED AS OVER 20,000 PEOPLE REMAIN MISSING Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers 8-13-18 A frightful new Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that messages just received from Northern Fleet warships patrolling the waters of the Arctic Sea in search of what is believed to be an unknown aircraft shot down by the Americans last week, documents that the largest earthquake in recorded history has struck the Northern Slope of Alaska—and is an area known as the “Bermuda Triangle Of Alaska” where, over the past 50 years, over 20,000 people have mysteriously disappeared, thus making this region one of the most dangerous places on Earth.
  9. For what it's worth, but a bit of good info re pyramids... http://www.fourwinds10.com/siterun_data/space/ufo_and_aliens_orbs/stargates/news.php?q=1534348939 BERMULDA TRIANGLE OF ALASKA ERUPTS WITH LARGEST EARTHQUAKE EVER RECORDED AS OVER 20,000 PEOPLE REMAIN MISSING Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers 8-13-18 A frightful new Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that messages just received from Northern Fleet warships patrolling the waters of the Arctic Sea in search of what is believed to be an unknown aircraft shot down by the Americans last week, documents that the largest earthquake in recorded history has struck the Northern Slope of Alaska—and is an area known as the “Bermuda Triangle Of Alaska” where, over the past 50 years, over 20,000 people have mysteriously disappeared, thus making this region one of the most dangerous places on Earth.
  10. And Australia... They have even tried that in Viet Nam, but the people are kicking up, and stopping a lot of the buying now. In some resorts in Viet Nam, it is Chinese only - no locals or 'others'. For example, there are several casinos, and only Chinese can go there.
  11. Ouch, I know very little about Q Fever, except that abattoir workers (in OZ at least) have to have the vaccination for it. Another 'bug', actually a larval-type parasite humans can get from cattle is Leptospirosis, which is a blood-born parasite and it is norlammy caught from cattle urine - accidentally ingested or splashed into the eyes. And of course, the worst one - Johne's Disease, which has been proven (Ridge, et al, Bendigo) to be the same as Chrone's disease in humans - M.Paratuberculosis.
  12. From memory, Brucellosis (also known as 'contagious Abortion') has several variants, but it used to be 'fairly' common in cattle. Then, a vaccine was developed for it, and various countries ran eradication programs. Australia had one - Brucellosis and TB. Anything testing positive was destroyed. So far as I know, it has been highly successful. The one 'down side' of it was, if the human tester happened to get a jab of the reagent - goodbye - it was basically a death-sentence.