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  2. Opening gambits in EU / UK exit negotiations;

    So you just come on this thread regularly to insult people who want to leave the EU. Correct?
  3. acute

    To help stop religious conflict, I have invented a hybrid faith called Islamethodism!  Basically, Jesus and Muhammad job-share.

    Worship takes place in a Chosque, where you have the choice of facing either Mecca or Macclesfield.

    You can wear any weird outfit you want, and speak any dead language you like, so long as you obey The Twenty Commandments of Muslianity at all times.

    :)

  4. I don't believe you

    Actually many people leave because they were wanting some sort of proof of the divine. They don't receive it, and so they stop reinforcing a defeat.
  5. How Iran will defeat Trump and America

    There are more of course but this one was so funny I am trying to find video from CNN in which reporter announces Ilhan Omar's ''tropes'' and production plays video in which Trump is actually saying things of which Omar is accused of. Someone with balls and honor is still in that company This is such a nice video, i do not see them murdering each other. But then ''civilization'' came to them
  6. Excitedness Effect

    So, what this report is saying is that people who see something unusual and reported cannot be trusted to accurately describe what they saw. Based on this "science" we would have to end the legal use of witnesses, as their testimony would always be "excited" and therefore unreliable. Think of all the murderers who would freely walk the streets because of witnesses being declared unreliable. You could use this study to contradict anyone who discovered something. Consider the classic husband and wife argument: Wife: "Notice anything different?" Husband: "No" Wife: "My hair dummy, I have a new hairdo." Husband: "You're excited therefore I cannot trust your testimony. I see no new hairdo; you're misprepresenting events to suit your need for attention." Wife: "I have a receipt for the hairdo..." Husband: "It must be fake, and a further symptom of your attention seeking behavior. Who would go to all that effort to fake a receipt? And yet you did, just to get attention. You are mentally ill." (P.S. He's totally gaslighting her) In fact there are studies that suggest the reverse is true. People who have a stand-out event in their lives that causes them to release adrenaline often have it etched into their consciousness, and this can be the source of PTSD if the event was traumatic. In PTSD you relive the same event over and over again, which you can't do if you don't remember it clearly. I think this alleged study is a way to try to discredit and silence debate. The question is, why would the airforce want to silence and discredit people talking about UFOs?
  7. "The subject of Leonardo da Vinci's famous Mona Lisa painting has been brought to life by AI researchers. "The video, achieved from a single photo, shows the model in the portrait moving her head, eyes and mouth. "The latest iteration of so-called deepfake technology came out of Samsung's AI research laboratory in Moscow." Full report at the BBC: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-48395521 "Few-Shot Adversarial Learning of Realistic Neural Talking Head Models" The Paper at Cornell Uni: https://arxiv.org/abs/1905.08233v1 "Samsung deepfake AI could fabricate a video of you from a single profile pic" Article at cNet: https://www.cnet.com/news/samsung-ai-deepfake-can-fabricate-a-video-of-you-from-a-single-photo-mona-lisa-cheapfake-dumbfake/
  8. Mark One

    Now although I've never seen Broke back Mountain (and never flipping will!) It did occur to me yesterday that a sequal should be made to further explore the genre involved.  Imagine a follow-up which delivers equal opportunities and fair play - in other words a movie about two, youngish cowgirls.  

    Thats the yin and yang balanced, lads *cough*

     

     

  9. "Bali's Mount Agung volcano erupted on Friday, spreading ash across the Indonesian island and forcing flights in and out of the airport to be cancelled. "The eruption happened on Friday night and lasted four minutes and 30 seconds, lava was seen spurting out of the crater and down the slope for three kilometres." Full report with video at the UK Daily Mail: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7068363/Balis-Mount-Agung-erupts-volcanic-ash-spreads-sky-forcing-flights-cancelled.html? At the Sydney Morning Herald: https://www.smh.com.au/world/asia/some-flights-to-and-from-bali-cancelled-as-mount-agung-erupts-20190525-p51r1b.html? 30 secs YouTube time-lapse video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHOR85eRkNc
  10. Waking up with bruises on my wrists?

    It was probably a spirit attacking you while you slept, and the entity probably both entered your dreams while also causing you to bruise in that location in the physical realm. Clearly, this entity is capable of exerting actions within both the astral realm (the dream) and the physical world. I recommend setting up a camera to record any supernatural activity that happens, as I feel that this is certainly not a coincidence. Luckily, there are ways that you can keep evil entities like this out, such as by spreading salt around your bed or using holy water as a barrier. I actually found a really good guide to how to get rid of these types of entities here: http://www.mysticfiles.com/best-ways-to-get-rid-of-an-evil-spirit/
  11. I don't believe you

    I don't know what that means, exactly, but I got the gist of it I think. As to the rest of your statement, I'll be brief. no
  12. "Scientists from Ireland and France today announced a major new finding about how matter behaves in the extreme conditions of the Sun's atmosphere. "The scientists used large radio telescopes and ultraviolet cameras on a NASA spacecraft to better understand the exotic but poorly understood "fourth state of matter". "Known as plasma, this matter could hold the key to developing safe, clean and efficient nuclear energy generators on Earth. The scientists published their findings in the leading international journal Nature Communications." Full monty at Phys Org: https://phys.org/news/2019-05-scientists-uncover-exotic-sun-atmosphere.html News report at the Irish Times: https://www.irishtimes.com/news/science/irish-scientists-help-unveil-mystery-of-exotic-matter-in-the-sun-s-atmosphere-1.3902097
  13. Climate Change is a Hoax

    But there is more, l won't post the nutjob engineer that used to teach children, (burnt the globe, etc) supposedly garbeging deniers, since it only reinforces, limitless, (he has created a whole series to rubbish deniers, and is beyond,....rational discussion). Or the video showing an image from a shoreline from 1880, and now with virtually no difference, nope, we still need to take action, blah, blah. And now let's show a real expert on the subject! As he says, "The Facts Are Real"! That depends on whether you are getting the facts from someone who wants to make money or not? A climate scientist who wants to get on the cash cow, wants to make the grants fat, so yeah, real... And this, groan, this b******** has no end. I would personally watch 2012 again, more laughts.
  14. Waking up with bruises on my wrists?

    What were you doing the day before this dream?
  15. 123,630 homeless children in England

    The same charade goes on here... "London councils have been paying more than £14m a year simply to persuade private landlords to house homeless people. This has been caused in part by the right-to-buy scheme introduced during the Thatcher government, which gave tenants the right to buy their council houses. "By 2017, four in 10 of these homes were owned by private landlords, who charged more than twice the rent of local authorities. According to today’s report, Barking and Dagenham council has “lost 48,500 council homes under right-to-buy policies and now spends more than £800,000 a year renting back sold-off properties”." (emphasis mine) Full monty: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/mar/25/landlords-rich-homelessness-compulsory-purchase-london-councils There's money to be made from the poor and feckless.
  16. I love watching you work magic with words. You have a wide screen of three dimensional words that just come alive on this stage full of ordinary performers, and even more ordinary spectators who do not appreciate the finer things being exposed in plain view of everyone's perplexities. My what an artist you are!
  17. I don't believe you

    I literally can not do that. Even if I wanted to. The axe has been drawn back and ready to fall upon my neck. I'm just going to put the trolls on ignore.
  18. Religion versus Fiction

    You are correctly stating the bolded above now. Where as before you were stating Religion vs Atheism, you'll find the vast majority of Atheists are Religious. For example sects of Hinduism, Buddhism and Shintoism. The start of your second section actually is annoying.
  19. Lady Arbuthnot's Chamber (Question)

    Well, thus far no one has been able to offer what I consider to be a reasonable explanation why Colonel Vyse could have missed a whole bunch of these painted onto the wall blocks of LA's Chamber: The main reason for his failure, according to the comments thus far, is that Vyse nor Mr Raven (who was with him at the time) noticed any of the quarry marks during the initial visit due to poor lighting (wasn't a barrier in the chambers below) or because they were in a rush and not giving it too much attention. Vyse and Raven are evidently examining the wall blocks in this chamber during this first visit as Vyse remarks “...and with a greater proportion of calcerous stone on the northern and southern sides...” He’s looking right at the walls here, people. He had time enough and adequate lighting to make measurements of the chamber. Are we seriously trying to say that during this activity he failed to notice a single one of these quarry marks? Seriously? As I mentioned previously, having found quarry marks in the chambers below, it is not unreasonable to suggest that Vyse would have been fully anticipating finding more in Lady Arbuthnot’s Chamber and, indeed, that he would have been specifically searching for quarry marks upon these walls. They’re big, bold and everywhere in this chamber: But on this first visit Vyse and Raven notice Nada. Zilch. Zippo. Hee-haw. Why? SC PS – Keep in mind also that this is the very same chamber where this bizarre event took place shortly after the quarry marks were ‘found’ in this chamber.
  20. Pseudoarchaeology Timeline

    Just a note on this, 'Utopia' is an ideal/concept not an actual place. As for the first part I'm honestly thinking you're referring to the old TV series, but that can't be right... Edit: Wait, found it. There's a 'Utopia Pl' in East Melbourne. 3121 VIC.
  21. It's more like how does it feel? rather than the rolling, because of the way you put it, and in that specific order, specifically. Then it's just a matter of determining who is doing the "ducking" and who, where, and how it is being received. But I guess the tongue could also have a role in this pronunciation, as far as the scenario goes.
  22. What Does This Mean? (READ)

    Did you write banishing spells or prayer on them?
  23. Australian Federal Election 2019

    I think it is called the "Beasley Effect".
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