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  2. freetoroam

    Creating Our Own Reality

    You know you are alive. You know you are part of a family and live within a society and you know you have a past and are in a position to plan for a future while alive now. But you all recall the "event". The fact that details may differ is normal as XenoFish has already mentioned: An event can be recalled differently depending on age. There are 5, I assume you are not quintuplets? We can look at christmas as an example, all five can recall the xmas day, (the event) but all could have different memories. One could believe father christmas brought the presents, one could recall the day as awful as they did not get the gift they wanted and one could recall it as the best day as they did get their gift. The examples are numerous, and it does show that you could all recall the "event", but in very different ways.
  3. Here's someone's sugegstion. https://www.marketwatch.com/story/heres-a-believable-explanation-of-those-ufo-videos-released-by-the-navy-2019-10-15?mod=home-page I've no idea how reliable Market Watch may be, but I'm pleased to see that the idea of vacuum plasma bubbles, one that I've had for some time, might now be beginning to be taken seriously. It would solve a whole lot of issues regarding ultra high-speed flight, if you ask me.
  4. No, one of the biggies in the Mandela Effect world is the spelling flip/flop of Flintstones/Flinstones. A large untold number were experiencing this before I even knew about it. The universe is not what we think, bats We all know about common spelling errors too like you are talking about. This is something totally different.
  5. Alexandrajunex

    Help me explain these?!

    Thank you thank you thank you! I didn't notice the spike! Sometimes it takes someone else to point out what's right in front of you lol much appreciated! As for the pen marks I'm still baffled, I have a 2yr old and a 9yr old but they aren't allowed in my bedroom other than my eldest occasionally getting in to bed with me through the night. So I know it definitely wasn't them I just can't figure it out. The marks on my bed are dots, it looks like someone has flicked ink but then there's a line on the door in the same ink.
  6. Black Red Devil

    US betrays Kurdish Allies

    Nah, I'll think I'll keep putting my 2 cents worth in and calling it as I see it on an international site, in a 'non American' thread, obviously obeying the rules at all times but I'm afraid we all have a dog in this race from the time your leaders pretended to be the policemen around the world, interfering in everyone's internal affairs, invading countries, dragging others into their personal wars based on false flags and false pretenses. OTOH have your fun reading because nothing of what is said here will get Americans killed but the fact remains, Trump is a backstabber and people that defend his actions and condemned Obama's in Iraq are hypocrites, in my humble opinion of course.
  7. If you can't recall the day how do you know its missing
  8. Tatetopa

    On the fence about Universal Healthcare

    Good post.
  9. Tatetopa

    Turkey holding 50 US nuclear bombs hostage

    And what good to the US are nuclear weapons if they are disabled? If they are there and ready, they could be delivered by aircraft pretty quickly if conditions warranted. Otherwise they might as well be gone. Nobody needs empty bombs, but it does take them out of play. Russia might feel safer.. Just the threat causes us to move our valuable chess piece out of striking distance and back into safety. If the Russians are calling the shots, Erdogan has done his job.
  10. Most likely you got somehow confused, but I understand how the "feeling are real". Up to this day I have 1 day missing from memory, its been over 30years, but I remember "skipping" a day to his day,but then again I also know I was a toddler.
  11. Oh, I see what you are saying but thought you remembered something in an episode that didnt really happen. I had a similar experience with pumpkin/punpkin/punkin and hamster/hampster In my case it was word play from their end and my brain getting scrambled.
  12. Bats, because we're buddies I'll give you even another: Go to google and do a search on Pebbles Flintstone. You'll probably get a screen with a side box to the right that looks something like this. Pebbles Flintstones side box spelled correctly. There was a time when the side box showed the mysterious flip/flop spelling of Pebbles Flinstones. I actually have a screen capture from that timeframe when the flip/flop was active. Pebbles Flinstones side box.
  13. zygote_myles

    So music of the 90's

    It's 1993, friends, when we were a little bit Insane In The Brain by Cypress Hill.
  14. godnodog

    On the fence about Universal Healthcare

    You beat me by seconds, when adressing the real issue behind this.
  15. Dumbledore the Awesome

    Turkey holding 50 US nuclear bombs hostage

    Erdogan the mustache-twiddling supervillain gets better and better! Come on now. "holding 50 Nuclear Weapons hostage hahahaha! " I'm sure he must have a Persian cat.* * who are of course currently sanctioned by the State Department
  16. godnodog

    On the fence about Universal Healthcare

    The reason why in most countries with public health services are doing a poor job is because politicians are deliberately under financing it, in order to later on to 2 things: 1- At electoral campaingns, they promisse to raise the healt srrvices budget, they wont 2- they wont because they are subservient to private interests and want to slowly end the public service Public nealth care being crap is BS, intentional underfunded is the real culprid, take a look at the US, imagine if all working citizens pooled together for a basic health care service, and public contract biddings would far bigger than any private health business, but than again the median profkt margin per customer would drop significantly. Also when I refer to basic public health care I dont mean this gender change operations, or boobs jobs, I mean life threathning cenarios, vaccinations programs, cancer prevention programs, etc, accident injuries, etc. Take a look at my country, where extreme absurd situations occurs, the budget is low, so hospitals are not allowed to hire more doctos becajse its too expensive, but the Health Department allows hospitals to hire services provided by private corporations at 10x or more the cost of hiring directly a doctor, hey but private sector provides a better job. I call this corruption. If I lived in the USA I would be dead by now, as I could not afford private health plans insurance. I am not agains private health systems, I do welcome them. Call me a commie if you want, but public bealth care services is a necessity.
  17. Tatetopa

    On the fence about Universal Healthcare

    If gasoline cost $30 dollars a gallon, it wouldn't help us much for the government to give everybody $10 dollars a gallon to help us out. Part of the problem is our health care system. Part of the problem is us. Giving us coverage seems like a nice thing to do, but without changing our habits and changing how we deliver health care, it will not keep costs from climbing out of sight over time. Andthen has experience, I just have opinions so I will defer to him in case of tie. If drugs cost too much, I think there might be three ways to bring cost down without destroying the free enterprise system. Volume bargaining. Medicade was prevented from doing that by Congress to protect drug companies. If Medicare & Medicaid and V/A is going to buy a billion dollars worth of insulin, they should get a volume discount. That is the way Costco or Walmart has low prices. If American companies are too high, we should be allowed to buy mail order from Canada, Europe, or Mexico. Patents for medicines are designed for payback of research. If government or universities contribute to that research, protection time should be reduced. Or the FDA grants 10 billion dollars a year for research and medicines produced under their auspices get a price reduction. They could focus on low payback drugs that only a few hundred or thousand people desperately need to stay alive. You have no doubt heard of kids whose parents have a $200K a year prescription bill. Education could play a part too. The US is not the most obese country in the world, it looks like Polynesian nations hold that title, but we are more obese than most of our European friends. That may be one reason why European health care is less expensive. Preventative medicine could be stressed. A lot of insurance discourages smoking and pays for yearly checkups and dental checks. Giving only that to all people , dental and health checks might go a long way to making us healthier and live longer for cheaper. Nurse practitioners seem to do a really good job on this level. Truth is, everybody does not need 8 years of medical school to treat most common complaints. I think andthen does have a point, there is not enough bureaucracy nor do we want it to administer some kind of insurance plan for all citizens. That does not mean the government can not provide some leverage and resources and education to help at a basic some basic level. As a suggestion, find coal miners and laid off auto plant workers that could be retrained as community health care workers and put them to work in their home towns. The point is we don't have to go overboard socialist, but we can do some things to make our situation better. First of course, you have to care about citizens.
  18. On Aug 2, 2017 at about 16:40 EST, I was on reddit discussing the Flinstones/Flintstones flip on another thread. My position was that it is and always was the Flintstones. The guy sent me a reply saying at the time it was the Flinstones you could look at Wikipedia, and all official TV show and vitamin sites and it was always Flintstones; he used the word Flintstones in all four examples given. I said 'I Know' you are confirming my point that it was always Flintstones. Then when I was done with my reply and I looked up at his original post and all four 'Flintstones' had changed on my static display to 'Flinstones'. Did I just see it wrong?? I looked away and came back and it was 'Flintstones' again. I would just look away, blink, change my focus looked back and it would flip again. I was able to do this 6 or 7 times in under five minutes each time looking slowly and cautiously for this controversial 't' IN ALL FOUR PLACES. Essentially impossible to me that I made a mistake slowly and cautiously each time. I felt something was trying to wake me up.
  19. openozy

    'Waiting for end of time' in a Dutch basement

    They may have been filming the next Apollo mission.
  20. That semja guy claimed he shot two, killed the young one, presented the "meat" for DNA testing, bummer it was a bear, wait, so he mistook a bear for a bigfoot so his case furthers the idea bf are bullet proof.
  21. the13bats

    I accidentally called myself ?

    Sorry, when gadgets like phones are involved i expect all kinds of odd things are possible, weird, odd, not paranormal,
  22. Please share it i was a huge Flintstones fan, I wanna see how it hits me. I was smoother than you were...this time. You mean basically all my life I have not been having time jumps to tangent universes when i get a nervious jarring from my inner ear issues when i ride in an elevator? Bummer.
  23. I know its a dream, my point was it feels different more real in memory, yes, the benzos did harm my health.
  24. No, like xeno already said these thoughts do not physically manifest, they are not autonomous entities, just in the mind of the believer, which of course is very real, to that person. I respect it can be very hard for some to admit somehing is "all in our head". And I had a good friend who did all kinds of experiments with drugs but wasn't a believer in the paranormal, he always said the mind cant be trusted. As far as Indian and their opinions piney is my go to for that. In a way i get the vibe you want this to be paranormal while i dont believe it is i will respect what you believe, I don't have to agree to respect you. Now stepping past the paranormal, I have concerns about your gfs health, fainting is not good, my wife fainted getting her nose pierced, so what ? no big deal, but fainting can and is the symptom of something, might be nothing or might be serious but it needs to be checked not by an exocist but a physician. Hey, perhaps you are gonna be a father, or she has blood sugar or blood pressure issues, perhaps low salt, that knocked my dad into the icu, but no guessing get it checked.
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  26. Tatetopa

    Charting New World Order W/Psychotronics

    Thanks andthen. Good advice. I know it is a thankless task trying to teach me anything. I appreciate the effort, no sarcasm. Hi EMRvictim. Your long statement took me a while to digest. First off, wouldn't it be a lot easier just to kill these individuals? The world is violent enough not to notice a few extra deaths. I wonder that all that manpower and equipment could go unnoticed in a host country like the US for example. They would probably be in on it too don't you think? Why do you think you are being targeted?
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