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10 days ago
Sirius7237
Aine Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I can weave a sci fi reference into pretty much > ANY science news! That's a great quality! Don't ever lose it. From The Martian: “The crew’s waste was all completely desiccated, freeze-dried, and then dumped out on the surface of Mars and bagged,” Weir says. “Any pathogens in there would have been dead.”
Forum: Science & Space
10 days ago
Sirius7237
Chrysippus del Soli Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteWe were discussing the reign of the > emperor Commodus which ended in civil war > > > > We will refer you to the topic title: Julius > Caesar and the decline of the Roman Republic > > As for Commodus, we did not see that movie so can > only comment that he and Joaqu
Forum: History
10 days ago
Sirius7237
Thanks Ray, It's been much slower here though first responders and people in long term care are getting done in pretty good order and cases are starting to drop at least here in my province. I don't think I'm going to be priority for a while but that's okay. The people on the front lines should be first. Able bodied old farts like me, not so much. I'm glad things are coming along down th
Forum: Global Village
11 days ago
Sirius7237
We were discussing the reign of the emperor Commodus which ended in civil war rather than trying to make a sweeping statement about the rise or fall of the Roman empire. That means we were "cancelling history as it really happened!?!?" Say something interesting about the fall of the Roman empire and discuss it. "Generational myopia?" Lot of people on this website
Forum: History
12 days ago
Sirius7237
Not a chance for me until April possibly May. I've gotten pretty used to masks and distancing now though. It's pretty normal here now except for the odd anti-mask zealots. I'm not sure I haven't developed some natural immunity already but as soon as it's available for average people....
Forum: Global Village
12 days ago
Sirius7237
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The old migration theory over the upper land > bridge makes no sense. > > Stay warm > Yve Thanks Yve, That thread is a little out of my league but interesting nonetheless. I think the idea that there was just one entry into NA (ie Clovis) has largely been discredited. There were many mi
Forum: Mysteries
12 days ago
Sirius7237
Excellent!! Even as you go further north here all the rest stops on major highways are starting to get full charging stations. The plan is to have within a year stations from the start of the Alaska Highway through the Yukon and all the way to Fairbanks. It is happening.
Forum: Global Village
13 days ago
Sirius7237
Lol, you make it sound so gross - and that was kind of a creepy video but whether they are using advanced filtering or reverse osmosis or whatever it is, the end product is purer than most of the water humans drink from groundwater sources. I would suggest you wouldn't like space exploration very much: "How is water recycling achieved onboard the International Space Station? There i
Forum: Science & Space
15 days ago
Sirius7237
Lobsang Wrote: > I live in Malaysia, a country with a sizeable > Hindu minority, who are mostly Tamil. I can tell > you that Hinduism is a very > astrologically/astronomically based religion. You > see Hindus circling around the temple 7 times, > representing the motions of the 7 traditional > Hindu planets. You see marriages being made based > on astrological
Forum: Mysteries
15 days ago
Sirius7237
I look forward to it Yve. I've already found Part II and a vid on Tlingit people migrating to Hawaii by the same film company. Fascinating stuff. Snowing here today..... thx again.
Forum: Mysteries
15 days ago
Sirius7237
Hi Sophia, You present an interesting counterargument to the ones that Chris is making. There is no doubt that Chris is almost evangelistic about the course humanity is taking and quite a downer to read at times. His facts and sources are almost unassailable but his viewpoint may be coloured somewhat by the bias of his own experience in war zones and documenting the decay in rust belt American
Forum: History
17 days ago
Sirius7237
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If you get an hour I found this video made so much > fall into place re Easter Island and the rest. > > > > Stay well > > Yve Captured.....
Forum: Mysteries
17 days ago
Sirius7237
Yve, That video was incredible. Thank you so much for posting that. A few years back I tried to make a link between megalithic culture and a certain genetic haplogroup. As part of the research we came across 19th century explorers and tales of blond or red haired people with blue or green eyes among the people of Easter Island and other places further west in the Pacific. The haplogroup
Forum: Mysteries
18 days ago
Sirius7237
Thanks to both you and Yve. Lots of material for me to look through and I find this subject endlessly fascinating. I'll take some time to study before responding. Great thread!
Forum: Mysteries
18 days ago
Sirius7237
Hi Chris, I remember there was an AoM here a few years ago who had written a book that explored the Vedas stories of flying machines and apocalyptic weapons. We actually had a very interesting discussion. She supplied a satellite image of the supposed bridge built by Hanuman from India to Sri Lanka. It is sort of remarkable. I hope this image is a correct one as I just grabbed it off the web:
Forum: Mysteries
18 days ago
Sirius7237
Nolondil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Well, it did escalate to a sharp but short crisis > after the Languages Act had passed but not really > been fully implemented. But these 'radicals' were > a very small number of people. The broader > population of Canada was adjusting to the new > reality, and that's the important thing. It could
Forum: Global Village
18 days ago
Sirius7237
Sorry about that. I get that message sometimes too. It really is quite a dramatic moment as the two reporters actually take about seven minutes to debate Trudeau about his invoking the War Measures Act. At the end his argument goes, and I'm paraphrasing here; Yes, I think society must take every means at it's disposal to defend itself from the emergence of a parallel power which defies the el
Forum: Global Village
18 days ago
Sirius7237
A very interesting take on the coup. I always wondered why Aung San would persecute the Rohingya the way she did. She was the darling of the west and won a peace prize. It makes no sense. I wonder if she was pressured buy the generals and de facto by China in order to preserve her government and the last hope for democracy. Maybe China sees this brief window of opportunity between the end of t
Forum: Global Village
20 days ago
Sirius7237
Sorry I don't know why my video link is not working. You can cut and paste in side the URL tags or search Trudeau just watch me on Youtube if interested. testing: weird Okay, this link works but it wouldn't work in the last post. Very strange.
Forum: Global Village
20 days ago
Sirius7237
Nolondil Wrote: > > ... > > 1968 – Pierre Trudeau, born in Montreal, Quebec, > is elected Prime Minister of Canada. > > ... > > 1969 – The Parliament of Canada, under Prime > Minister Pierre Trudeau, passes Bill C-120 : An > Act Respecting the Status of Official Languages in > Canada, making both French and English the > official languag
Forum: Global Village
21 days ago
Sirius7237
Hi Sophia, Thanks for an interesting read. You make some good points I probably never would have thought of. I do think the New Deal was an accommodation to radical political institutions and even the socialist and communist party's of the day who insisted that FDR do something to help the American people in a time of crisis. Hoover had done exactly nothing and that was what made people ha
Forum: History
21 days ago
Sirius7237
Aine Wrote: > The only thing that's kept me from buying and EV > is the cost. The only thing that's keeping me is availability and infrastructure. As soon as they engineer a Ram 1500 with an electric engine, I'm all in. I need a truck but my Ecodiesel is already super expensive to maintain as it ages. Dodge keeps offering me big trade in deals on it though.
Forum: Global Village
21 days ago
Sirius7237
Eddie Larry Wrote: > Full disclosure, my investments in energy are > largely in clean energy which has far outpaced the > fossil fuel companies. But, building a massive > renewable clean energy industry will be a massive > industrial project. Therefore, fossil fuels will > be needed for quite some time to build it, and of > course to power current technology. >
Forum: Global Village
21 days ago
Sirius7237
Look at you being all internet tough guy. You make me laugh. I thought you were leaving? Can't even stick to your word for a week can you? Peter, you are a bitter, angry unhappy little boy trying desperately to convince everyone you are a big man. That's why you have to insult women calling them Karen's or vent your little tantrums calling me names. What you don't realize is that grown-up m
Forum: Global Village
21 days ago
Sirius7237
Nolondil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Quote > Our racism is more polite and under the radar - > which may be more insidious and hard to deal with > just because we like to pretend it doesn't exist. > Our indigenous people have faced horrendous > institutional racism for years but we don't like > to talk about it that much. > &g
Forum: Global Village
24 days ago
Sirius7237
Lol, who says Nancy doesn't have a sense of humour. I think it would be great for democracy if the Republicans split into two parties, a democratic conservative movement led by the likes of Liz Cheney and a bunch of raving moonbats led by people like Greene and McCarthy who could be kept isolated so nobody catches whatever they have. Give the late night comedians material for decades after
Forum: Global Village
24 days ago
Sirius7237
Gotcha. The soul of the old Republican party before it went completely batshit crazy. At least she voted her conscience. The rest of them could care less about anything but their own power and profit.
Forum: Global Village
24 days ago
Sirius7237
Didn't make it to the video for the American advertising in front but I've had this happen to me in a store lineup. Anti-masking idiots walking right up to elderly people and refusing to keep the distance. It makes me really angry that these people think they can put others health and lives at risk. The security guards did nothing so more and more I guess it is up to us to shame these morons a
Forum: Global Village
24 days ago
Sirius7237
Canada definitely has a number of far right extremist groups like the PB, Three Percenters and Son's of Odin but like everything else they are about 10% of what they are in America. We have nothing like the armed militia groups in the US or outright organized racist violence from groups like the clan. Our racism is more polite and under the radar - which may be more insidious and hard to deal
Forum: Global Village
24 days ago
Sirius7237
Do you see the Cheney's as people to be glorified or even admired?
Forum: Global Village
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