Clubhouse for Politics, Religion, etc. (volume 7)

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arch1
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does this apply to startup Bio more often?

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🙂 No wonder the man did so well investing…for which a study of human nature is obligatory to success.

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April first or government day is upon us. You may ask why those in government deserve a day? Consider,,, we have 364 days to be made fools and in two weeks have a reminder, The Ides of April, tax day.
I intend to be grateful that I do not get all the government I pay for. 🙂

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SoGiAm
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Space Station View of Auroras and recent views from Space Station:
https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/space-station-view-of-auroras

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A quick heads up on Poet Technologies…POETF (long) – they do sound as if they are closer to an inflection point. I don’t know if they’ll need to do another public offering, but I am going to hold through one, even if it occurs, as they seem quite close to their goals. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/poet-technologies-reports-full-2016-204632609.html
The Agoracom board is quite knowledgeable and a good place to do some research on this stock.

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As regards the surveillance of the private citizen by the government,,, WE were promised privacy. That has been shown to be a lie by recent events. Susan rice is a liar as we should have known from Ben Ghazi testimony and she has now been caught in her lies by self contradiction. We are now in historical territory regarding the impeachment of a president. Possibly Trump , but more likely Obama. What did he know and when did he know it,,, brought down Nixon without impeachment and the testimony of Susan Rice and finding when , if ever,. she tells… Read more »
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I think what depresses me the most watching this disgusting saga is the extraordinary lengths the media has gone to to protect all Democrats and to run with the lie that somehow Russia decided (hacked) our election in coordination with Trump/and or members of his team. They behaved this way to a lessor degree with President Clinton and Hillary who showed her own propensity for spying illegally on her political opponents and partners (remember the FBI files in the White House which one of her minions was dutifully copying into a computer data base?). Its encouraging that Trump did get… Read more »
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I had to share this…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90E_Xsi7wRo
This speaks to me of both design and love, for us, not for the fish.

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sharon Thank you for posting this. I too see that as a far superior intellect implanting that ability into a simple thing. The design is often called a Mandala,,, and much used in Hinduism. It is essentially a circle of completeness but also the complexity and variety of life and how it intertwines while remaining one. I think all religions contain at least a little truth that they kept while others lost that part. Even followers of Christ, which I imperfectly strive for, have differences and disagreements. That Is despite the fact that Jesus,The Christ, said all should be united… Read more »
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No fish ‘learns’ to do this – it is programmed in, and what is beauty to evolution? Why should a fish care about a beautiful pattern of such size compared to it and of such careful perfection and symmetry? Beauty, and joy at beauty, are impossible to account for in the evolutionary framework, Of what use is beauty to a fish? And seeing it planted in these unexpected places speaks of a Creator’s delight in it himself and in our future discovery. To me, this is so self-evident. We are all descended from Adam, and surely not all truth was… Read more »
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The would be in the FWIW Dept. concerning the fish in the video. I agree with what Sharon and Frank have said as Sharon put it “…the evolutionary framework”. That said, the fish looks to me to be a goby and is arranging for spawning. The spawning ritual for fish has always fascinated me because of its complexity and seeming simplicity. It is anything but simple. And since mentioning “goby”, there is some issues with the round goby which, like the zebra mussel, has hitchhiked from the Caspian Sea to the Great Lakes and is now traveling onward. Lastly, thank… Read more »
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I am watching it snow,,, again. This AM brought about two inches,sun came out and all melted. Winter holds on and spring comes slowly in the mountains.Just thinking ,,,There is no such thing as global weather, only the local variety.Climate is just what the weather is on a regular basis so global climate is a fallacy and so is global climate change. There is constant change in numerous and overlapping cycles that drive the amount of heat that is come to earth and how it is retained That is the main driver of weather and thus climate. What does man… Read more »
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Frank – You continue to amaze!

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Arch1, they’ve named a solar panel after you 🙂
Flexible new solar panel is almost 80% lighter than traditional panels
http://inhabitat.com/flexible-new-solar-panel-is-almost-80-lighter-than-traditional-panels/ eArche 🙂

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Ben Thanx. Named? I think not,,,, unless my charisma has greatly expanded. 🙂 Lighter panels and flexible are a good improvement. I would love to be more flexible,,,, and lighter.

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Whaaaat? This only makes sense if Facebook is using bots instead of people to do the work of censoring….https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/facebook-publishing-child-pornography-pdgt87nm6

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Arch and SoGiAm and any other naturalists here – Have you seen this gull? https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Black-headed_Gull/id I was fishing yesterday and was watching a bunch of them sitting on the water ahead of me and had never seen them before. It turned out they are the black-headed gull, non-breeding adults. I am woefully ignorant when it comes to gulls and terns, which is criminal for someone who has spent the better part of his like outdoors and around water. However, I’m learning. BTW – I guess they’re common in Europe and are generally found only along our Eastern Seaboard. What were… Read more »
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jking I have seen gulls with black heads and tails, but I think not that one. Gulls are highly variable and juvenile Western gulls have dark heads and along the back and they range as far East as Salt Lake UT. If what you saw is a true black headed gull, they are European but range across North Atlantic, Iceland Greenland Labrador and down to Great Lakes. There are many gulls primarily on Northern Continents and sometimes a few individuals of one species get mixed with and follow migrations of another. Gull like birds often mix with flocks, Terns Kittiwakes… Read more »
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I just now Googled gulls in Kansas, and see what popped up.

http://kansaspublicradio.org/kpr-news/kansas-weve-got-gulls-just-not-seagulls

But they are true sea gulls along the Gulf coast. Pffft, so there, NPR. 🙂

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Frank – We do have a lot of Franklin’s here, however, their black head patch is somewhat abbreviated compared the black-headed gulls that I saw. Most of the young and nonbreeding adults were within spitting distance so I got a very good look at them. We have ring-billed gulls here the year around, as well as Franklin gulls. In the late fall, and winter, we have an influx of herring gulls. They get here about the same time as the annual bald eagle migration. Since the impoundments came into being we have had a major shift in migratory birds. I… Read more »
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Plowing, Willamette valley ,abt.20 miles from Salem , during 1960’s/70’s primarily around Mar. 1st or Oct. 1st.
Yes swallows love to get insects stirred up by mowing. In my area mostly barn swallows but also tree swallows.

Vhttp://www.dfw.state.or.us/species/birds/swallows_martin.asp

Oregon is also a major migratory flyway for eagles, who follow waterfowl from Alaska and
Canada as far east as Alberta , Manitoba. Lots winter near Klamath lake.

Migratory routes continually change, reflecting the ever changing climate.

Habitat is never destroyed, it is only changed.
When no longer suitable for one variety of life, another will move in. Birds are great opportunists and adapters.

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Arch1 – I went back to Melvern Lake yesterday and the gulls had left. I did, however, delve into my Sibley’s and thought they may have been Bonaparte gulls. In fact, that would make the most sense because of the “ear spot” and migratory patterns. However, I’m not totally convinced.

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Yet another example, to add to the millions, that the faithful adherents to Islam (yeah, I know some ‘muslims’ aren’t) will not assimilate into Western culture, no matter the level of Western education they receive. The left have their hands firmly planted over their ears and are yelling racism while they import their future rulers. If those in the West who love liberty and our civilization do not defeat the PC crowd, then one day sharia will govern us all. I, personally, think that this religion/cult (it isn’t a race) rules enough countries on this planet and that we are… Read more »
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https://clarionproject.org/Muslim_Brotherhood_Explanatory_Memorandum/ On page 7 of the the Muslim Brotherhood document which was uncovered during the 2008 Holyland Terror Funding trial…here are their own words…. Page 7: “The process of settlement is a ‘Civilization-Jihadist Process’ with all the word means. The Ikhwan [Muslim Brotherhood] must understand that their work in America is a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers…” “[W]e must possess a mastery of the art of ‘coalitions’, the art of ‘absorption’ and the principles of ‘cooperation.’” The Muslim… Read more »
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Sharon, I seldom post here but I really enjoy your posts and I applaud your efforts to get the truth out there.

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Thank you, bdunker. Between the far left’s shaming and attempts to silence any opposition to them on this issue (its worrying how they have thrown in with the jihadis), and the jihadists’ threats and actual murders of those criticizing Islam, it occurs to me ….
https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/b/benjaminfr151597.html

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Music has powerful (and visible) effects on the brain 🙂
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/04/170412181341.htm?

You are welcome to add your favorites at the following link:
http://www.stockgumshoe.com/2016/05/microblog-magical-music-mystery-mining/ 🙂 Best2ALL 🙂

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Rest In Peace Emma – World’s oldest person died in Italy aged 117: Emma Morano was born in 1899 in Italy. She was the last person born in the 1800s still livingcomment image

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I hate ignorance as I have so much of it. There is so much mis-information on the news and internet re MOAB bomb and bombs are a tool of politics I wish to inform my few readers. Bombs destroy by heat and pressure. Heat may cause pressure and pressure generates heat. Nuclear devices generate the most heat, now measured in megatons of TNT equivalent. The Moab is reported as being 22,000 pounds. That is gross weight, not TNT EQ. It is also probably the lowest cost of all bombs, despite wildly varying estimates of cost in multi $millions. The true… Read more »
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Frank – My bombs usually occur here. 🙂 I’m reading the Winter Fortress about the plan and strategies to take out the heavy water facility in Norway. It is a fascinating book; well researched and written.

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The MOAB is not an aerosolized fuel / air bomb. The explosive material in a MOAB is approx 80% TNT and 20% aluminum powder. However, both are considered Thermobaric weapon as they utilize the oxygen in the atmosphere as fuel, dramatically increasing the pressure wave. High explosives produce a very rapid shock wave ideal for shattering / cutting metals, concrete etc. but because the wave is so rapidly dispersed it does not have the desired crushing traits that a slower, more sustained pressure wave produces like that of a fertilizer fueled bomb. The low altitude detonation, a very light bomb… Read more »
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Too right, Todba..,and the young whippersnappers then have the gall to think they are the professionals that are the experts on everything and are appalled at ‘new’ media sources that we turn to for real information. Ignorance and arrogance walk hand in hand, and now they not only want to push an agenda but to join forces with those trying to suppress freedom of speech. Their answer to plummeting viewerships is to try to get the government or organizations (google, etc) to suppress free speech, and to support violent protests that do the same. I agree, sickening.
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toddba Thank you for posting . I will defer to more recent knowledge as it is over fifty years ago when I had any first hand explosive use. I was basing my assumption on news reports and the negative pressure wave would fit Fuel Air Explosive, FAE such as the daisy cutters used in Nam or MOAB in first gulf war. AS you note TNT is Hi-Ex and shock wave is too short and non penetrating for tunnels and deep bunkers. No initial low baric wave. TNT plus metallic powder acts as you say and the metal component does deplete… Read more »
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Will do Frank. Just subscribed to the thread. Interesting bit about the genesis of TNT. One of the truly exciting things about scientific endeavors are the unknown directions they often lead to.

Cheers

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I believed I erred in composition of the MOAB. I believe a certain percentage of the 80% TNT is a plastique explosive and the compound is Torpex. Nice catch.

arch1
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todd Likely RDX Cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine.
Detonation velocity 8750 m/s

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Table_of_explosive_detonation_velocities

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FWIW – With apologies to Lumpified, Manatee, AlanH, Sharon, and all else who commented about hip pain, here is my story. I’m 78 and up until I was in my late fifties I was in excellent physical condition. My issues began with lower back pain and then my hips started hurting so bad over time I couldn’t walk more than 50 yards. Fast forward through therapy, working out, Kempo, etc, plus epidurals, which worked for less than a month. About 10 years ago I had prostate surgery (cancer), followed a couple years later with surgery for soft tissue sarcoma. The… Read more »
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Wow. Getting old is definitely not for sissies, and it pays to find really good physicians. I’m glad that you did find some relief, JKing. I will add your post to my ‘health’ folder, and also pass the thought on to my dad who is starting to have hip pain (they tell him its his back). He is usually so vigorous, and this pain has really slowed him down. I sometimes think that AI will be of help to doctors who can gain suggestions for what may be causing symptoms. Information is growing at too fast a rate for even… Read more »
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I asked a question about my inflexible legs on the current bio thread and after getting doc’s answer there was some interest and a number of further helpful contributions and it was suggested, therefore, to move the subject here.

Basically, I had noticed a big decrease in knee flexibility, especially, over the last year or two.

The consensus seems to be that targeted exercises to build up leg strength, possibly with a trainer, are the way to go. Further comments very welcome

Original post here: http://www.stockgumshoe.com/2017/04/quickster-update-on-corbus/comment-page-5/#comment-4929700

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Your muscles support the joints, which otherwise feel the strain, and will quickly send a message to the brain of ‘cut it out, we’re hurting’. IMO, I would always start with strengthening, conditioning, and stretching the muscles around the hurting joint and see if that doesn’t solve it before visiting a doctor…or…go to the doctor and politely suggest that maybe you need physical therapy assistance, so you can have expert assistance in the same.

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Sharon totally agree once the joints themselves are ruled out as the cause.

The other possibility that comes to mind ( I am not a medical person) is something affecting that part of the brain that sends the signals.

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heh heh – if only discipline was easy instead of being lazy…I need to do a whole lot more than I am at present, myself.

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Animals lose flexibility as they age. Tendons thicken and stiffen. An old rooster gets so tough that you must use a pressure cooker for extended time to break tendon down to gelatin. Use it or lose it is a good principle. As we age we tend to use less energy so you must concentrate on lifting your legs higher when walking, climbing stairs etc. Avoid the old man shuffle. Stairs are a good exercise and take them instead of elevator. We all put on a few pounds with maturity and weight above the hips makes one less stable,,, center of… Read more »
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We also become more brittle and it is easier to tear muscles and tendons. It becomes necessary to keep muscles in condition and beware overexertion or asking muscles to act in speed. I have learned the hard way to be patient in bringing my muscles into better shape.

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Thanks to all of you! Frank – you are so smart it hurts when I think of all I’ve missed. The same to Sharon, Alan, HN, SoGiAm, Dr. KSS, LinLing, Cleveland, Roger and many others. The Gummune in general has enriched my life tremendously! First, the information about cilia really put a light on my balance issues. I’m also wondering about getting my ears cleaned and will start walking on uneven ground. I’m on a Mediterranean diet and it has been great…down 20 lbs. and feel better. I do the stair thing and also get up from this computer with… Read more »
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I greatly reduced my wheat intake to include beer and lost belly fat, weight and reduced inflammation in my joints. You might try for three weeks to see if it helps you. Best wishes

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Health Note from an 87 lively octogenarian: Most of the ills in America come from overeating and bad diet. We are omnivores, and most of us can tolerate a broad range of food, but cannot tolerate too much meat or shellfish. Avoid sugar and pure starch. It’s not hard to get along without sugar or sugar substitutes, but xylitol (birch sugar) having only a 5-carbon ring can be used when some added sweetness is felt necessary. Keep regular; I find that a couple of cups of coffee, magnesium, and a stool softener are sufficient to insure daily evacuation. Regularly exercise… Read more »
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#no ticker
I enjoyed readying your suggestions Roger and have resolved to learn a hand-on technique such as you mentioned. Do you have a web site you would suggest as a starting point to learn Jin Shin Jyutsu. I hate yoga.

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There is a book called, I believe, “The touch of healing” which is a great introduction. One of the authors is called Burmeister and is the daughter of Mary Burmeister who was prominent in the spread of JSJ.

Roger, although I’ve been aware of Jin Shin Jyutsu for about 15 years now, one piece of info I’ve never found is how exactly one does the sitting on the hands.

Palms up or down? Avoid the pressure of the sit bones, or absorb it with a soft chair? Fingers spread or together? Or does it all not matter? Many thanks,
Ian

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Looks like palms down to me. Palms up would kill my knuckles. Another variant to add to my kitbag.
Don’t just do something; Sit there.

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Lumpified Welcome. Please post more often. Fuzzbunny video;
https://twitter.com/search?q=MeanAnimals

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“The Touch of Healing” by a lovely lady, Alice Burmeister, is an excellent book, and the early narration about Celeste recovering health within a couple of weeks so that the doctor’s nurse thought she had the wrong chart, is a disguised description of my wife and her experience. I will write a full explanation of sitting on hands in a letter shortly. I do it for 20 minutes per day and have regained and stayed at or close to my high school weight for several years.

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Mary, Look up Jin Shin Jyutsu Inc. of Scottsdale, Ariz. It has a catalogue of classes, and often there are self help classes offered in various localities throughout America and the world for free or a very modest cost. If you advise me where you live, I will see if I can put you in contact with someone. Re yoga. I find it a bit to challenging for my 87 year old body and do Tai Chi and Qigong. JSJ will keep the body in condition for walks or Tai Chi/Qigong. I am generally supportive of the idea of yoga,… Read more »
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Re the MOAB discussion. The point I did not perhaps make clear is how much the price was overestimated by news readers of MSM. High of $314 million to low of $16million. Two hundred Thousand dollars should supply 100% profit.
It is OLD technology. Of course toilet seats and hammers really cost six hundred dollars,,, HAH.

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Olympic rower James Cracknell, running for office says Cuba And N Korea have way to handle obesity. Yeah starve your people. Has he looked Kim Jong Un?

http://news.sky.com/story/north-korea-has-handle-on-obesity-says-olympic-rower-james-cracknell-10842043

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I am surprised he didn’t bring up Venezuela!

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LOL. Kids don’t obey rules, they obey enforced rules.

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I love seeing this, and Sharon’s comment. It is so true!

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We focus our minds on #peace, #love and #joy and are open to receive all the good life has for us.
#IAmChoosingLove #JoyTrain
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https://twitter.com/tomalpat/status/849111987627929600
Thank you for sharing Alexandria and Helen 🙂

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Immune flow: Prevents and helps conditions like colds, sore throats and many more: Hold each position for about 60 heart beats or a minute. 1. Rt. hand on L (shoulder next to neck and back) and Lft hand (same side) back above the hip bone and below the lowest rib. 2. Lft hand top of L thigh at origin of quadricepts muscle. 3. Rt hand on sole of left foot. (I usually sit up to do this flow and bend my left foot under my right leg so that it is possible to reach the sole of the left foot.… Read more »
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JSJ Note: For sciatic discomfort there are various involved flows a practitioner may use, but there is a simple self-help remedy that can be effective. When people told me they would like to take my TaiChi class but had sciatic pain (used to be described as lumbago) I have suggested they take 10 minutes doing the self help and have then had people feeling good enough to take the class. I. For left side sciatic pain, 1) place the right hand on the inner part of the left knee at the place the femur and tibia meet. 2) Place the… Read more »
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Thanks for sharing your expertise. At 77 I have severe lower back pain when standing and walking. Will the sciatica cure work if I do it on both sides? Do you have a paypal account? I’ can pay.

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The following is an example of government working,,, regulating with a reason and not just regulation for its own sake. I will have to give Obama credit for this as it was done in hise last year as POTUS. CDC: Report on Foodborne Illnesses Campylobacter, Salmonella led bacterial foodborne illnesses in 2016 Data from rapid diagnostic tests included in total infections for the first time Campylobacter Campylobacter and Salmonella caused the most reported bacterial foodborne illnesses in 2016, according to preliminary data published today in CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. CDC’s Foodborne Diseases Active Surveillance Network (FoodNet) report provides… Read more »
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This was sent to me today…..anyone in the ‘know’ care to comment on it’s validity? Happy Earth Day Gummies * Hiroshima has returned to what it was economically before the atomic bomb was dropped. * Japan prevents the use of mobile phones in trains, restaurants and indoors. * For first to sixth primary year Japanese students must learn ethics in dealing with people. * Even though one of the richest people in the world, the Japanese do not have servants. The parents are responsible for the house and children. * There is no examination from the first to the third… Read more »
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Most of this is FALSE.

Go to snopes.com and search for Muslims in Japan

There are approximately 100,000 Muslims in Japan.

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Thanks hedy and arch….other than the muslim part, is the rest correct(or), smiles n chuckles…

hedy1234
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Just google search and let us know.

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I never have and never will take part in mob action. Question Authority has always seemed to me to be a good motto and it has served me well. A mob seeks to establish authority by force of numbers. IMO Therefore I am going to intersperse some questions of mine in the following release. March for Science: International Event Called Unprecedented by Organizers Scientists are taking the unprecedented step of staging marches in more than 600 cities worldwide in the face of what they see as a growing political assault on evidence-based knowledge. [what do you call knowledge not based… Read more »
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The moment you hear scientific and consensus paired, the hairs on the back of your neck ought to be prickling. I don’t see much love for truth and integrity in our culture anymore (they are character based, not scientific) especially if it interferes with acquisitions of power or money, or interferes with feelings of happiness, etc. Science, once considered entirely compatible with Christianity, then became the stick of the left to control others and deny persons with incompatible religions or political persuasions a seat at the table. Scientists in those categories have long been recognizing that any input from them… Read more »
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Follow the money,,, and power, is always a good idea.

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Hi arch1 – the foundation of science is the pursuit of the absolute truth. A noble pursuit, but one that is unattainable. The best science can do is give you the most probable of outcomes. When an absolute proof is declared (adherents to the AGW scam declared the the debate was closed) that is the point when hard science kicks in with doubt and skepticism and attempts to disprove the declaration. And more importantly, if you’re an adherent to the ‘truth’ in question you should eagerly invite inquiry believing that your position is unassailable and all failed inquires will strengthen… Read more »
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todd Right on target Above all science must be reproducible and yield predictable results. If truth is desired,,,do the science.
In regard to runaway temperature increase due to increase of CO2 the experiment can be done at very low cost with 2 two liter bottles. one containing club soda, cheapest is fine. One bottle may be previously used and recycled if they both are clear,uncolored,,,as I recently described.

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Great read. Thanks

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[The law of unintended consequence is still with us,,, common people are beginning to realize how they have been scammed by some who wish to restrict their freedom and empty their pocket.] IMO

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The first rule when surveying a spontaneous ‘mob’ is to ask yourself how it got there and who actually organized it. I love it when some reporters go and ask individuals at a ‘protest’ why they are there, what they think, etc, showing the typically clueless responses of young rabble rousers who often don’t know what the official party line is supposed to be let alone be able to offer a cohesive and lucid set of reasoning for why they thought they should be there.

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Opposite fingers and toes are a simple technique that helps almost everything and can be done by friends and family members for daily maintenance, for helping with illness, and for helping neural pathways. During my later 70s, I was teaching Tai Chi and Qigong on shipboard in return for free passage for my wife and me. We went on a four month plus trip, circumnavigating South America, visiting Antarctica, South Georgia Island, the Falklands, a couple of islands in the Caribbean, and stopping at various Italian, Greek, Spanish, French ports on the Mediterranean and Aegean, and Turkish ports as well… Read more »
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