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Abramelin

How to save archived threads on pdf.

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Abramelin

Well, my question should be clear: how do I save archived and thus closed threads to pdf?

I know Saru knows what monstreous thread I'm hinting at.

It is a real pain to have to Google for hours to retrieve the desired information from that archived thread (3 parts, in total lasting for a decade).

In pdf form it's easy to search for the desired information.

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Saru

The forum doesn't support downloading entire threads, it's also not a practice I'd want to encourage.

What are you doing with the information in that thread, specifically ? Writing a book ?

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Piney
15 hours ago, Abramelin said:

Well, my question should be clear: how do I save archived and thus closed threads to pdf?

Why don't you cut and paste the pertinent info to a blank Word/pdf document?

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Abramelin
16 hours ago, Saru said:

The forum doesn't support downloading entire threads, it's also not a practice I'd want to encourage.

What are you doing with the information in that thread, specifically ? Writing a book ?

It's the Oera Linda Book thread.

I posted overthere lots of stuff that was only sideways related to the OLB.

I wanted easy access to whatever I posted there, in 10 years time. A pdf is easy searchable, as you know.

And no, I am not writing a book. Btw, another participant of that thread actually did write a book about the OLB. You can recognize his name in the wiki about the OLB.

 

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Abramelin
1 hour ago, Piney said:

Why don't you cut and paste the pertinent info to a blank Word/pdf document?

I hope you know what you're suggesting, lol! It's in total more than a 1000 pages ( parts I, II and III ).

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acute
1 hour ago, Abramelin said:

I hope you know what you're suggesting, lol! It's in total more than a 1000 pages ( parts I, II and III ).

You could put it in a book!

:innocent:

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Abramelin
2 hours ago, acute said:

You could put it in a book!

:innocent:

If you have ever read the Doggerland thread, then you'll know I had some ... uhm... creative ideas. One example: 8150 bp a spiralling comet impacted into the north of the North Sea, and caused the Storegga Slide and both these events caused a huge tsunami that lasted for days (because of the impact a hundreds meters thick sediment layer the size of Ireland went on the move).

The following flooding of Doggerland, combined with a huge and terrifying celestial phenomenon must have been remembered for many ages in legends and myths.

All the above is not based on actual facts, but I just connected some dots, and added a couple of other dots.

You will understand how amazed I was to find that phantasy back in a book about Doggerland that was published like 3 or 4 years after.

Apparently there are those who have no problems with stealing from here and there to write a book.

 

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Posted (edited)

@Abramelin

I don't remember that thread, but I've seen some theories, such as a tsunami caused by an earthquake, a sudden breach of a major lake, etc.

I think they are popular theories.

 

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Posted (edited)

There are some specifics in my story that are anything but popular.

But this not the forum to discuss my story.

Edited to add:

The Doggerland thread is in the Ancient Mysteries & Alternative Histories forum.

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