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I will from time to time post new things found and things of interest to me in the natural world. I will attempt to answer all questions to limits of my ability and reference. Nothing that advances knowledge off limits except personal attacks and things not suitable for a Travis forum. Please show basis for […]

WEBSITE question for Travis

Travis: I see you are using Gravity Switch for website. Is it possible to have a thread of unending length broken into pages of 1000 to 2000 posts? Example BIOTEC; pg1,pg2,pg3 that is searchable? Also is it possible to set each page as it is filled to be set to read only so it is […]

Congressional action affecting investment risk

An article from an Australian publication asked if QRX might be affected by USA congressional action. I recently made the mistake of forgetting that 2014 is an election year & politicians vision will extend all the way into the future date of November 2014. Politicians seemingly must put their paddle into the pot of medical […]

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On Clubhouse for Politics, Religion, etc. (volume 7)
Have you ever heard of gaslighting? Taken from the movie Gas Light in which a person is made to doubt the reality of eve rything around them, by lying and manipulation. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/here-there-and-everywhere/201701/11-signs-gasl[...]
On Clubhouse for Politics, Religion, etc. (volume 7)
Sharon Right again. Give the sucker a little bait and then set the hook https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confidence_trick[...]
On Clubhouse for Politics, Religion, etc. (volume 7)
todd You have nailed it. To question or even talk about leftist positions is to blaspheme their sanctum sanctorum. They are in the mode where reason and examination cannot be applied to their religious belief system in such matters. Purely emotion and f[...]
On Cisco, Chang & Charlie Part 3
Doc Thank you for candid assessment of PROMETICS> In my experience when someone tries tries to butter you with BS and calls it ambrosia be most wary of what follows. I get that feel here and will pass on my shot for the riches they promise.[...]
On Clubhouse for Politics, Religion, etc. (volume 7)
I have neglected my science trivia blog for a while but just posted the following; Here is a prime example of the scare tactics the carbon tax crowd has resorted to. It is overflowing with misrepresentation and unverified claims. If & when I find ti[...]
On Microblog: arch1 science trivia
Here is a prime example of the scare tactics the carbon tax crowd has resorted to. It is overflowing with misrepresentation and unverified claims. If & when I find time I will try to dissect this example of mental manipulation/masturbation. http:[...]
On Cisco, Chang & Charlie Part 3
ZZ Thank you. Great research and report.[...]
On Microblog: Gold, Silver, Copper, and Hard Assets…Fall 2017
HN If I correctly remember the deposit of ore is surface or near surface so easily mined. Low cost of production and huge lode should enable Ivanhoe to be the price setter for the copper market. IMO[...]
On Microblog: Gold, Silver, Copper, and Hard Assets…Fall 2017
Copper consumption is a leading indicator of the health of world manufacturing,even more so than steel. Industry and historically automotive has used a lot of it. A few years ago China created a bubble in the copper market as many manufacturers were b[...]
On Microblog: Scandium, Cobalt, and Water Purification: CleanTeQ Holdings
This would be bad news for cobalt. There are still NO really good high energy density batteries that do not waste a lot of energy via heat in charging and using them.You must count all costs to the environment before thinking they will replace Hydrocarbo[...]
On Microblog: arch1 science trivia
Ben Yes plastics are hydrocarbons like we are and soil bacteria/fungi will digest and break them down. If buried deep that does not happen to plastic. and in the ocean plastics break up into evermore fine pieces, most of which float and are ingested by mar[...]
On Clubhouse for Politics, Religion, etc. (volume 7)
A true hero no one knows about and unsung. https://scienmag.com/mathematician-and-chronicler-of-political-murders/ Dr Clyde Snow, forensic anthropologist used some of his methods.... another hero https://vivifychangecatalyst.wordpress.com/2015[...]
On Microblog: Scandium, Cobalt, and Water Purification: CleanTeQ Holdings
Ben If I could I would ban plastic in the food and drink chain. City water increasingly has chemicals, drugs and now plastics. I would not drink any water that foams/bubbles up when it comes from tap and I do not like bottled in plastic water if I have [...]
On Microblog: arch1 science trivia
Ben Thank you for post. I would not rush to invest quite yet. The last sentence of article says it all and they easily just toss it in. The main problem: keeping the process going. That may well have no solution as process is contained by a tremendous m[...]
On Cisco, Chang & Charlie Part 3
We do such a good job of controlling parasites in the US,,, the exception being mosquitoes, we forget what misery they bring in other countries. Chagas disease is an example here where new means of transmission has been found in weevil like kissing bugs. [[...]
On Clubhouse for Politics, Religion, etc. (volume 7)
Dotard A word you don't hear often. Comes from same root as dotty, Eg strange behaviour of elderly,,, senile dementia. Jihye Lee 이지혜‏Verified account @TheJihyeLee Sep 21 More Jihye Lee 이지혜 Retweeted Merriam-Webster The Korean original [...]
On Clubhouse for Politics, Religion, etc. (volume 7)
Twentieth anniversary of Muslim Kill Muslim Massacre. https://20committee.com/2017/09/22/two-decades-later-algeria-protects-mystery-of-bentalha-massacre/[...]
On Microblog: Gold, Silver, Copper, and Hard Assets…Fall 2017
Travis That is correct. Sunlight reflected from water surface of Pacific illuminates moon. I suppose in some areas of Europe Atlantic reflection would be similar. I often see Pacific form as I live on West coast of US. Have you ever seen the Iridium fla[...]
On Microblog: Scandium, Cobalt, and Water Purification: CleanTeQ Holdings
niizajim I think that wise until they show they can turn a profit,,, unless they have a cushy government subsidy to milk the taxpayers.[...]
On Microblog: Scandium, Cobalt, and Water Purification: CleanTeQ Holdings
Griffin Thank you I was unaware of this startup. I would be curious as to how their recovery costs compare with new metal/mining. Often recycling costs more unless done on massive scale to grind the material being recycled,,, often more difficult than ore [...]

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