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    the GOD that made will be the GOD that saves me.
  1. all is frequences,have you ever seen the patterns sand makes on a cymbal when you play a tone gen at it.and the pic of the micro drum is cool., :D
  2. and do any one know how many plants where shut down by jellyfish in america inc.the moons are just soldiers.who or what are the generals.
  3. of water,in water.are the seas micilleum.are these creatures water conscious .Mr Mc Kenna is gone big loss.And i know that human tastes like pork,and a lot easy to catch.so give me 2 with cheese and a large coke.snif
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    A simple question

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    Where have all the honey bees gone?

    Did the french bee farmers find the reason for the bee mortality rate was because of byer the chem corp and a product sold in the us called cheecko ?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmHcN6w-09A
  6. was snorkeling around the southwest of ireland and came across about 20 black jellyfish but these were bell shaped and had good control.They were clear at the curve of the bell, approx 5 ins from top to bottom,and it's diameter was the same..stayed with me for 30 mins or so,and i have never seen a jellyfish like this before in these waters..and the only picture that i can find that looks like these was the immortal.
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    short ,sweet and true

    thank you again son,the man! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Noam-Chomsky/294468630182 if you dont know who this man is it's fucken time you did. peace and love to all chani.
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    War on Drugs

    they can execute at 18 and lock you up for life but your still not adult enough to decide what you waNT to put into your self.where old enough to carry a weapon and kill if so ordered, but no mary jane,and why dose our brain have delta9 sites and other sites for cbd and all cannabinoide,.and where mad gaqngsters that eat baby's because we use a harb.i know i am preaching to the quire but it should be repented as often as we can. :P :P 8) 8)
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    BEE time w/Rowan Jacobson

    i worked with bees for 6 months when i was 15,50 hives with 5 supers each.but when you have been around a while you dont need a suit or smoke,because when you get close to a hive and the bees don't want you around and they start hitting and bumping of you,so you leave that hive alone for another day.i could talk and talk about our friends ,and i agree with sharon kitchens that it.s a multitude of reasons for there demise.i fell in love with those beautiful creatures.microtec and wifi has a part to play in this as well. :( :( :(
  10. A second person has died after contracting hantavirus in Yosemite National Park and up to 1,700 people were exposed to it in Curry Village, the park announced. As many as four people are likely to have become infected by hanta (three confirmed, the fourth is “probable”), two of whom have died. The fatalities occurred in June, but they just came to the attention of park officials recently. “The National Park Service Office of Public Health learned over the weekend of a confirmed third case, which resulted in a fatality, and probable fourth case, of hantavirus in individuals who visited Yosemite National Park in June of this year,” the park reported. “An outreach effort is currently underway by the park concessioner to contact visitors who stayed in “Signature Tent Cabins” at Curry Village from mid-June through the end of August. These individuals are being informed of the recent cases and are being advised to seek immediate medical attention if they exhibit any symptoms of hantavirus.” All of the exposure came in the tent cabins, but park spokesman Scott Gediman, said, “This is a wilderness setting. It has nothing to do with the cleanliness of the cabins.” Hantavirus is carried by rodents, primarily deer mice, and has infected nearly 600 people since it was discovered in 1993, killing about one-third of them. Its full name is hantavirus pulmonary syndrome and, after a one to six weeks of incubation, it causes fatigue, fever, and muscle aches, especially in the large muscle groups—thighs, hips, back, and sometimes shoulders. It can also cause headaches, dizziness, chills, and abdominal problems, such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. The primary form of transmission is when people stir up droppings, say when cleaning up a cabin, and inhale the virus. (For more, see the Centers for Disease Control hantavirus information page.) Yosemite warned guests who’d stayed in Curry Village via email. “The health of our visitors is our paramount concern and we are making every effort to notify and inform our visitors of any potential illness,” said Don Neubacher, Yosemite National Park Superintendent. “Because people often don’t get sick from hantavirus until one to six weeks after exposure, we are encouraging anyone who stayed in Curry Village since June to be aware of the symptoms of hantavirus and seek medical attention at the first sign of illness”. According to the park, take these steps to prevent HPS: Avoid areas, especially indoors, where wild rodents are likely to have been present. Keep food in tightly sealed containers and store away from rodents. Keep rodents out of buildings by removing stacked wood, rubbish piles, and discarded junk from around homes and sealing any holes where rodents could enter. When cleaning a sleeping or living area, open windows to air out the areas for at least two hours before entering. Take care not to stir up dust. Wear plastic gloves and spray areas contaminated with rodent droppings and urine with a 10% bleach solution or other household disinfectants and wait at least 15 minutes before cleaning the area. Place the waste in double plastic bags, each tightly sealed, and discard in the trash. Wash hands thoroughly afterward. Do not touch or handle live rodents and wear gloves when handling dead rodents. Spray dead rodents with a disinfectant and dispose of in the same way as droppings. Wash hands thoroughly after handling dead rodents. If there are large numbers of rodents in a home or other buildings, contact a pest control service to remove them. this possibly belongs on the BEZERK thread
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    underwater mining destroys coral

    Coral reefs are some of the most fragile yet ecologically crucial parts of our oceans. We can't allow their health to be traded for a few years of mining profits. Tell the Northern Territory government you oppose mining off the Groote Eylandt coast » Seabed mining may have some economic benefits in the short term, but it would do an irreparable damage to the reefs and the wildlife and people who rely on their ocean ecosystem to survive. When resources run out, so will the money, and locals will only be left with a mess to clean up. We need to ensure Australian officials put the country's natural heritage above short-term profits. Urge the Northern Territory government to reject seabed mining plans off the Groote Eylandt coast » Thanks for taking action http://www.thepetitionsite.com/649/087/967/stop-destructive-seabed-mining-in-groote-eylandt-coral-reefs/?z00m=20400682
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    The Legacy of Col. Philip Corso

    thank you and is there any chance of a signed copy when you have finished ;D
  13. thank you for bringing the keshe foundation back to the boards.all i know is all his inventions and technologies have been signed over to the people of the planet earth.a world wide pat. and we own it all.peace.
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    Where have all the honey bees gone?

    yes all you say is right but there is also wifi and microwave tecno and the gmo's that they live on.i worked with bees one summer and they taught me so much i learned to love them,and now to see what' happening to our beautiful suppliers makes me very fucking angry......GBYA. peace :'( > :'( > :'( >