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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Jameske, I'm not interested in the UN subjugating anyone- other than keeping a rein on rampaging 'rogue elephants' perhaps- but my original suggestion was that countries should subjugate their divisive national interests, to the common good- such as in the case of Global warming which most of us seem reluctant to address seriously. cheers, F.
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
I'm talking about the UN overall too , Jameske- this incident was just the catalyst to raise the issue. I don't like people sniffing around in my home either Jameske- but that's mainly because I have lots to hide. 'The UN isn't necessary for individuals and is counter-productive to world peace...": well that sort of depends where the individual lives Jameske- if one was a recipient of a UN
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Geoff, As you say, the UN is at the moment, largely impotent. But it is still the only venue where all nations irrespective of military or economic power can pow-pow, and possibly proceed on a mutual course of action. This possibility of concerted action is one day- sooner than later- going to become perhaps the only avenue to prevent catastrophes on a grand scale. Take the current scenario
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Jameske, The whole 'concept' of the United Nations was not invalidated by its operations- it was invalidated by the kind of national espionage to procure personal advantage, as is outlined above. It still remains, if individual national interests can be subjugated to an awareness of global interests..., the best avenue to address the ongoing- and possibly escalating- concerns of humanity as
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
...., that mysterious last line is in the nature of an overflow; please ignore.
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Last week Claire Short- a former British cabinet minister- gave notice that the UN Secretary General Kofi Annan- was under continual telephone surveillance from British intelligence. A furious and tight-lipped Tony Blair refused to admit or deny the practice, stating it was not government policy to discuss security matters. The Australian foreign minister- who has a penchant for mincing, but n
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Don, I got a prescription for Zyban for my wife- she thinks she doesn't have a problem. She took a couple and they had an adverse effect- didn't feel like smoking anymore..., but a couple of other little biological effects also. So what the heck..., I wasn't going to waste this prescription; I downed a few and guess what? I do have a problem- I'm a manic alcoholic ..., but these little capsu
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Margaret, An excellent link many thanks, Fiasco.
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Right on Zos. "Seize the day' cheers, Fiasco.
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
...."and the war drags on". You're being a bit optimistic here Don..., the real war is just beginning. Kr.s Fiasco.
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Kevin, In Australia, which has the highest skin cancer rates in the world, we have had numerous TV campaigns urging kids to "slip, slop, slap" these various chemical unguents liberally whenever outdoors. These campaigns have been very successful in so far as almost everyone here has adopted these new multihued warpaints. Funny thing, cancer rates have increased dramatically since I
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
As the progenitor of the thread I,...uh...sort of noticed this too, Zos. But I'm currently on a kind of 'good behaviour' bond with the board so I wasn't going to say diddly. best, HoHo
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
I really hesitate to air such a minimal episode in human affairs EXCEPT...., that the US congress, the most powerful parliament this planet has ever been subjected to- is currently debating an act of debauchery that a minimally talented singer subjected the whole populace of the UNITED STATES to....., by baring a portion of her breast[ the first image that all human beings irrespective of race, c
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Magdalen, I'm from the heartlands of New South Wales; so far this summer is much milder and we've had adequate rain in most areas so hopefully we'll get through without too much trauma. Regarding New Zealand: they have usually been very reliable as regards almost all produce, but they are currently contemplating GM crops[ it is unlikely they will receive public endorsement ]. Regarding Lam
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
A very convincing article Magdalen..., and the main reason we don't have "mad cow" disease in Australia; we have virtually no grain-fed beef. with respect, Fiasco
Forum: Global Village
16 years ago
fiascohoho
106. Re: AOM
Hi Michael, I've just been watching an interview with Paul Davies- Australian centre for Astrobiology- who was speculating that 'Aliens' may have encoded latent messages in our DNA to be decoded at such time as we have arrived at a modicum of intelligence[ could be a long way off ]; They are already analsying genetic codes at the Centre in search of a system that may be dormant until decoded by
Forum: Mysteries
16 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Anne-Marie, One of the few things we do know is that rabbits were introduced in Australia by the English, where because of the ideal conditions- no natural predators- they began to breed like................................., oh why not, RABBITS[ and despite mixamatosis, two thousand mile rabbit proof fences, and government bounties, bunny carcases still line the highways in their millions.
Forum: Mysteries
16 years ago
fiascohoho
I didn't overlook this possibility Michael....., I just had difficulty visualising those African elephants trying to stay upright in the little dug-out canoes that ferried those early sapiens across the Indian ocean. cheers, HoHo.
Forum: Mysteries
16 years ago
fiascohoho
So.....Sunsword, So what it amounts to: is it more likely for that strange event- or confluence of events- that causes a mutation within a species, leading to a new species...., more likely to occur uniquely at one point on the planet...., or arise simultaneously at disparate points wherever that same strange confluence of events is manifested?? While there are creatures that can navigate the sk
Forum: Mysteries
16 years ago
fiascohoho
I think you have pinpointed it here Elizabeth; [ its a little reminiscent of the other glaring phonetic anomaly when catholic priests translated the name of a Chinese sage as "Mencius"....., an obviously latin interpretation of a nomenclature far beyond their permissable linguistic dogma allowance ]. cheers. F.
Forum: Mysteries
16 years ago
fiascohoho
Many thanks Edmund..., that kind of clears the matter up me. best, F.
Forum: Mysteries
16 years ago
fiascohoho
Elizabeth, You seem to me to have an original and knowledgeable approach to language- could you please ponder this: There is a term that crops up occasionally in AE speculations[ usually I think to do with the 'Zep Tepi' ], the name is "ROSTAU". This to me is in no way an AE terminology..., but it has a power and mystery about it which intrigues me. Do you have any thoughts on this?
Forum: Mysteries
16 years ago
fiascohoho
Absolutely correct C.A. If we all multi-hued sloe, doe and sky eyed humans are obliged by acadamia to have all originated from one fecund female at a single point on the earth's surface...., then it is fair to assume by these same standards, that each and every form of life must also have originated from a single seed at some equally precise point on the earth's surface. As is demonstrably prov
Forum: Mysteries
16 years ago
fiascohoho
And of course there is the possibility that the Australian aboriginals and their dogs migrated to China....; though, as you say- the chinese and their dogs lack that certain "je ne sais quois" we associate with the Australian aboriginals. Just a thought: Maybe sentient human life just coalesced everywhere on our planet quite independently around the same time?? [ Might explain why we
Forum: Mysteries
16 years ago
fiascohoho
Kimberley, There was no need for the Sphinx to be recarved as a woman, it is quite obviously the head of a woman. F.
Forum: Mysteries
16 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Avry, ..."sahu sah hrw'...; Could this be a prophetic revelation as to the coming of the omnipotent, the all powerful "Zahi Hawass"? just a thought, hoho.
Forum: Mysteries
16 years ago
fiascohoho
..."Academy award winner Nicholas Cage....". Is this opening statement intended to lend credibility to the movie?? It is becoming increasingly difficult not to wince at the annual announcements of those on whom Academy awards are contemporarily being bestowed..; but standing head and shoulders above these nonentities in terms of the totally untalented is surely Nicholas Cage- even hi
Forum: Mysteries
16 years ago
fiascohoho
....and did you perchance happen to see anything there that might have suggested the construction of the Pyramid could have been implemented by "hydraulic" power, Steven?? cheers, fiasco.
Forum: Mysteries
16 years ago
fiascohoho
I stand corrected...; cheers, F.
Forum: Mysteries
16 years ago
fiascohoho
Bent, This is an interesting concept- but I can't go along with it all the way..., you are eliminating a few quintessential creators that lie outside these parameters; but consider this: There has not been a "Grand Master" in any field of the arts that was born after 1945. You correctly suggest the new masters may be in the field of the 'internet", communications etc....; but na
Forum: Mysteries
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