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5 days ago
lukehancock
Here are the studies that claim positive health effects from earthing: Make of them what you will
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
2 years ago
lukehancock
Unfortunately not, though I would assume Wikileaks have enough journalistic integrity not to retweet this if it wasn't based on something solid that they already know about, or at least have reason to believe. Maybe that's just wishful thinking and it can be discounted as hearsay, I don't know, I guess that's a subjective decision, but it wouldn't surprise me at all if she did say she wanted h
Forum: Global Village
2 years ago
lukehancock
3. Drones
Right or wrong, I think most people in Assange's shoes would probably do the same, considering Clinton wants to kill him. If I were him, I would do everything in my power to prevent someone who wants to murder me from having the power to do so.
Forum: Global Village
2 years ago
lukehancock
randompHactor Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > than grab two women by the pu**y? Must belong to the same hockey team as Trump, Putin and Pete! That's really lowball. Please don't accuse your fellow board members of sexual assault. You're better than that.
Forum: Global Village
2 years ago
lukehancock
Archaic Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > She didn't trip. She dropped out of > consciousness, they caught her, and DRAGGED her > into the van. Zoomed in on her feet:
Forum: Global Village
2 years ago
lukehancock
drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If either Hillary or Donald develop serious > debilitating medical conditions--we'll find out. > We don't need to gossip. I hope you're right. Though I submit, in the hypothetical scenario that Hillary does indeed have Parkinson's, she would have a team of the best people on the planet working to keep th
Forum: Global Village
2 years ago
lukehancock
That's absolutely ridiculous. This thread is not about Trump; it is entirely about Hillary's health. Should every negative comment about Hillary be balanced with another about Trump for impartiality? How about Gary Johnson and Jill Stein? Why not claim they are ill too? That would be fair, right? If Trump starts showing serious signs of illness and I happen to come across what appears to
Forum: Global Village
2 years ago
lukehancock
Archaic Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > She has BACTERIAL pneumonia for which she has been > prescribed antibiotics. You know the first thing > you do when you have a highly contagious bacterial > infection? > > Not to mention, in that photo she is leaving Chelsea's apartment, home of Hillary's newborn grandson, which is obviously
Forum: Global Village
2 years ago
lukehancock
> One doesn't make diagnoses based upon this kind of evidence Agreed, of course. However we can speculate. Are there any other good explanations for her behaviour? One that I've come across is that these are side effects from her concussion in 2012.
Forum: Global Village
2 years ago
lukehancock
You're right, Aine. This entire site is hopeless and should be closed down and scrapped because I asked a speculative question about Hillary Clinton's health based on a collection of alarming symptoms she is displaying. Good call.
Forum: Global Village
2 years ago
lukehancock
Interesting video here showing one doctor's opinion that Hillary Clinton has Parkinson's disease: [16mins] which outlines a number of symptoms she is experiencing on camera which are otherwise difficult to explain. In addition to that video, we have this one showing her losing control of her legs: (entire thread about that here: ), and during that episode something appears to fall from her l
Forum: Global Village
2 years ago
lukehancock
Audrey, your account has been suspended and will be re-authorised on August 21st. When you are back please be decent in your communications with your fellow board members. Audrey Wrote: > QuoteAvry > I have first hand experience with the death of an > unborn child. > > That's a good one Avry, put it on your resume.
Forum: Mysteries
2 years ago
lukehancock
Hi Joshua As stated in the Contact link embedded in the footer, the best way to get in touch with Graham for an interview request is through graham@grahamhancock.com
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
2 years ago
lukehancock
What's your bet that we live in a computer simulation? According to Elon Musk, there's a "one in billions" chance that we're *not* in living in a simulation, and are in a real reality. Here is a rather excellent run down of the hypothesis behind living in a computer simulation: [7:49 and worth the watch/listen] So the math tells us that very likely none of this is real. Well, e
Forum: Inner Space
2 years ago
lukehancock
Hi Thomas Roan posted this in his introduction thread, so I moved it to its own topic, hence the Edit notice.
Forum: Author of the Month
2 years ago
lukehancock
Thread moved from Mysteries to Science
Forum: Science & Space
3 years ago
lukehancock
With almost 400 posts this thread is getting heavy to load and navigate, so closing the thread. If people wish to continue on-topic discussions without all the off-topic infighting, please create a Part II thread and continue there.
Forum: Mysteries
3 years ago
lukehancock
Thanos5150 Wrote: > Your lying and mischaracterization makes me sick. > It is slanderous and wholly dishonest so FU and > your "bigotry" BS. Audrey too. Please keep it civil and friendly, guys. No need for this kind of stuff. Quote "Civility costs nothing, and buys everything." – Mary Wortley Montagu
Forum: Mysteries
3 years ago
lukehancock
> This particularly applies to the News desk which, instead of having its own page is now squashed up. Hi Susan Unless I'm misunderstanding, I think you are referring to the small box on the front page with the last 3 newsdesk articles. If you go the newsdesk page though, you see the full list of the day's stories:
Forum: Misc.
3 years ago
lukehancock
Sorry for all the issues, and sorry for the delay in updating, but it looks like the issue causing the site to load slowly should have been mitigated with a fix applied a couple of days ago. Has anyone noticed any similar issues in the past 24 hours, and is the site still loading slow for anyone at any particular times? Thanks Luke
Forum: Misc.
3 years ago
lukehancock
Hi Susan The current Aom's book is called Mindprint, the subconscious art code
Forum: Misc.
3 years ago
lukehancock
You can also use the middle mouse wheel-button to close a tab by hovering over the tab and middle-clicking. (Ctrl+W is the keyboard shortcut)
Forum: Misc.
3 years ago
lukehancock
Hi Carol The standard way of opening a link in a new tab is to click it using your middle mouse button. If you're on a Mac you can Control + Click (or shift click, or cmd+click, I can't remember exactly). Ctrl+LeftMouse also works on PC's to open links in a new tab. Does that solve that problem? Luke
Forum: Misc.
3 years ago
lukehancock
I'll put the Mark All Read button moving to the top thing on my to-do list, and try to have it done in a couple of weeks. Sorry for the delays with that.
Forum: Misc.
3 years ago
lukehancock
Agreed, I will do something with the quote button too - either moving it to the bottom of the page, or having it jump like the Reply button. It's on the to-do list now. Thanks
Forum: Misc.
3 years ago
lukehancock
Yeah, a Dark theme, like the old forums, is planned, but I can't do that for probably a few weeks, apologies.
Forum: Misc.
3 years ago
lukehancock
I think this is fixed now with auto-redirection. Could you check one of your old bookmarks and see? Thanks
Forum: Misc.
3 years ago
lukehancock
Sorry, my bad. The switch view button is present and working again (just above the message posting form)
Forum: Misc.
3 years ago
lukehancock
> "Next message" takes you to the next > message in the same thread, but > there's no way to get to the next > thread, without going to the heading of the forum > and getting to it from there. In the old format, > it was possible. Maybe that option could be > re-introduced, Luke? > > Carol Hi Carol Did it work that way in the old phorum, but d
Forum: Misc.
3 years ago
lukehancock
Hi Aine I'll put it on my to-do list that will probably be taken care of in a few weeks to make it so that the reply button jumps you to the bottom of the page. I noticed it too and it's annoying. Sorry about that.
Forum: Misc.
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