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  2. Gemma Atkinson's Strictly Polka Surprises JUMBO
  3. The Germans tried to invade and take over other lands....were they moral in doing that? Killing millions? Then think of ISIS.....invaded Syria for example and imposed their ways was that morally right?
  4. or the original version..
  5. this is a ghost car..
  6. So you are calling people dumb that ask questions and don't believe the "official version" of the story? Many people lost many loved ones in that incident and they want to know the truth. Anybody with half of a brain knows something just is not right about 911. To call people dumb for asking questions and doing research is downright ignorant on your part and shows your ignorance on the matter. I ask who is really the dumb one here?
  7. I do but for 1 it's (said treaty) not realistic and 2 the title of this thread is clickbait. I said in my original post that I was joking about the whole moon thing, I don't believe that myself. Let me rephrase: People A have lived in a land since the beginning of time. People B come to conquer it. Is this morally wrong of People B and why is this? Do People A have a god given right to the land no matter what? Regarding your first sentence... Of course I do. Not sure why you said this? Regarding your second sentence, can you elaborate? Your first sentence is wrong because he said 1 giant leap for mankind, meaning we finally made it to the moon. Sticking a flag in the ground is damning. That being said, as I said earlier I was joking. I do not think we own it. And the latter part.... You're clearly racist against machines! How dare you sir.
  8. Since 1954, biophysicist W.C. Levengood has authored or co-authored a significant number of scientific and technical papers (over 50) on a wide range of subjects including Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biophysics, Botany, and other subjects that have appeared in some of the most prestigious peer-reviewed, scientific journals including Science and Nature that have also recieved numerous citations in additional peer-reviewed, published studies. W.C. Levengood also holds several patents for inventions and applications related to these fields of study. Article
  9. Your dog wants steak.
  10. This "glass as a 'slow liquid' is an urban myth. Edgar is mistaken: Glass is a solid.
  11. It's a "soliquid"?
  12. You do make a lot of assumptions here. Here you assume that the "official attitude" is wrong. Its you responsibility to prove that. Yet you seem rather unwilling to do so. Yet another assumption. If I wasn't interested would I be posting in this thread ? Another assumption. Another assumption. Not sure what that means. Please stop saying that the laws of nature are somehow different depending on whether you are in a lab or not. That is just not true. Are there other posters who think the natural laws are somehow different in a lab ? Anyone ? Linking to yourself in order to prove yourself is not very helpfull.
  13. Yes I would assume a dream has to take space somewhere. Maybe in the Akashic records as they are called.
  14. Yeah, the 'out of the Americas', as a theory is pretty much dead but it still shows up from time to time.
  15. Hello, My restaurant is haunted. It has crispy Ghosts, sweet Ghosts, tangy Ghosts and all you can eat for $10 Ghosts! Watch repeats of our Ghostly sightings while enjoying an overpriced beverage or starter. Marvel at the real life Ghost noises while you enjoy your terrifying main! Cower in fear at the sweet trolley as it glides mysteriously towards your table, shriek in horror at the cost and quality of our store bought treats! Disclaimer: Ghosts only available during October.
  16. Judge Likely Guy hereby orders that Sunwing airlines (the defendant) buy Daniel MacDuff (the plaintiff) a bottle of real champagne and that said Mr. MacDuff stop whining.
  17. But he's not a former president... yet.
  18. Saw that also. Took a bathroom break for a couple minutes.
  19. I think it is important to clarify the walnut issue just to make sure that any misunderstandings are reduced if not eliminated. So here is what I posted. All I am suggesting here is that in one or more cases the supposed dermal ridges were made by walnut shells. The issue here is that the print in question was deemed authentic by Krantz. This is the same Krantz that is relied on in the article to support the authenticity of the prints. First, the article would like to use Napier, a name misspelled in the article, to support the authenticity of the prints. Napier did not really believe in BF. Krantz was fooled by walnut shell imprints. How do we know Krantz was fooled by walnut shells? He authenticated a print. The hoaxer admitted making the print; then described how the print was made including adding features with a walnut shell. http://www.bigfootencounters.com/articles/skeptical.htm There are other mentions of the walnut shell online. Such as at http://www.bigfootencounters.com/articles/dennett03.htm It is hard enough for a researcher to do their work without someone faking so-called evidence. But when people only have fake evidence to work with their task is futile.
  20. I'll come out of the closet next year guys......I am enjoying some good games though. Rooting for anyone other than Bama. Kind of hoping Penn State gets a shot at them. Anyone see some smaller School scored 93 points?
  21. I tend to agree, at least in the instances I've seen, the 'dermal ridges' are a by-product of casting plaster, and one familiar to anyone who's used to casting things with plaster. https://www.csicop.org/sb/show/experiments_cast_doubt_on_bigfoot_evidence But walnut shells seem to be a good idea, and one which'd produce evidence convincing enough for most bigfoot fans to read about second hand, after they've been through the filter of an 'expert' in the field.
  22. Whatever...you are just being annoying now.
  23. Yes I do agree that in my opinion the whole universe is consciousness and maybe to even get more elaborate I would further state the universe is vibration or frequency in scales made up of infinite octaves of frequencies. I also have the thought that besides our universe there could be an infinite number of other universes besides ours. This is all just speculation of coarse on my part.
  24. Former Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic is the only Premier League player whose last name is completely made up of roman numerals: V (5), I (1), D (500), I (1), C (100).
  25. However you slice it, it's a bait and switch. They advertised the expensive stuff and then delivered the cheaper stuff. So they now have to change their advertising to reflect what they're actually serving. I agree that should have happened.
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