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    Web users who choose to move to the desolate village are guaranteed an environment free from Google products and natural light from the sun.

     
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    Just 2 degrees North of snyde...
     
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    I like to think this is how they made my 99 Honda Accord...

     
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    How did NASA Steer the Saturn V?

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    This computer core was wired by hand. The bits physically swap the values. And not be destroyed by vibrations, and so on. Amazing.

     
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    Interesting! I've seen a couple of this guys video, makes me want to go be an archaeologist or something. He studies the mysteries of lost civilizations and stuff.

    You Won’t Believe What’s Buried Under the Sahara…Hidden Lost Ancient Civilizations

    The world’s largest non-polar desert, is actually the widespread burial grounds of countless, mysteriously unknown, ancient ruins & civilizations, that have long since been forgotten, having been consumed and hidden by the sands of time, thousands of years ago. And here’s the thing…when I say “thousands of years ago”…that’s the part where things start to get really strange…

     
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    Circles thanks for posting that great Video. It helps to reinforce what I have come to think,which is. Most of what scientist have made us believe is Truth is in fact only speculation. Global warming happens a lot on this planet its not man made even thou they can contribute to it. and who can they claim there are other planets like earth when they don't fully understand the one they are making such claims of.
     
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    I separate natural climate variations from the current man made global climate change, which corresponds exactly with carbon emission.
     
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    Which leads me right to something that occurred to me this weekend. Most of the discussion about emissions & such as I understand are centered around the West and it's action, or lack thereof. China, population 1.4 billion & India 1.3 are the biggest offenders when it comes to pollution, industrially speaking. Much of the West has fairly stringent regulations in regards to air quality, discharge of toxins, etc, relatively speaking. My point is, even if the West, for arguments sake were to go totally Green, how much affect would it have globally in the overall scheme of things. Here are but a couple of shots of that side of the globe. Do an image search to see tons more.

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    I don't want to go down that road. It makes me sick. And political. I was mostly focusing on the mystery of the lost civilizations. That guy has quite a few interesting videos on the topic. His interest was peaked during military service, and has begun researching the mysterious ruins he saw when he was on duty.
     
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    On that topic, Atlantis perhaps? Or Annunaki? Maybe the Annunaki were Atlantians?

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    A chip made with carbon nanotubes, not silicon, marks a computing milestone

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    Inside a new microprocessor, the transistors — tiny electronic switches that collectively perform computations — are made with carbon nanotubes, rather than silicon.

    https://www.sciencenews.org/article/chip-carbon-nanotubes-not-silicon-marks-computing-milestone

    There has been so much lost to history it's amazing. And this guy is pretty engaging, and seems to have done his homework.

     
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    Imagine having a job as a stool technician. Not a fun job!

    Must pay well though.

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    Just can't click... I have colonoscopy coming up.

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    Explanation: What's that next to the Moon? Saturn. In its monthly trip around the Earth -- and hence Earth's sky -- our Moon passed nearly in front of Sun-orbiting Saturn earlier this week. Actually the Moon passed directly in front of Saturn from the viewpoints of a wide swath of Earth's Southern Hemisphere. The featured image from Sydney, Australia captured the pair a few minutes before the eclipse. The image was a single shot lasting only 1/500th of a second, later processed to better highlight both the Moon and Saturn. Since Saturn is nearly opposite the Sun, it can be seen nearly the entire night, starting at sunset, toward the south and east.
     
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