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Old 07-16-2013, 06:36 PM   #46
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Yup, it sounds very optimistic, but I'd rather be cautiously optimistic. Our own Mars and Venus at some point seemed to be very Earth-like and placed more-less in habitable zone. Only on closer look did everything start to look very different
And what about this for optimistic news?

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Having the summers off usually leads to serious, serious cognitive decline for me (refer to my GM posts). I was obsessed with Chem-Trails a few years back. I remember speaking to an older couple on the beach about them and pointing at the sky, and they scurried off pretty quickly

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You'll love the theories for Stanley Kubrick's The Shining 2001: A Space Odyssey.
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Lockerbie bombing is still totally fishy.

There are so many theories, and the supposed "real" theory never really added up.

CIA drug route and a convenient way to get rid of several key figures.
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I believe that the US government didn't plan the killing of thousands of Americans, yes.

If you ask me if they torture prisoners of war or terrorists to obtain information or other purposes then of course, that has been documented. If you ask me if governments follow the laws then I say of course not, they do what needs to be done to get what they want.

I just think that they didn't plan the events that happened in 9/11.
You have any idea on who might have planned it btw?



Note: You're aware it was a controlled demolition, right?
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Implausible - Smoking causes cancer as every scientist and government says even though Japan has the longest lifespan and highest rates of smoking and 10 times lower incidence of lung cancer than Americans.In the last 50 years, there was 3 times less people smoking and 10 times more lung cancer in the US.

Plausible - Medical industry wants a status quo that promotes fear and ignorance about health and disease in order to cash in. Medical industry is the biggest industry in America , larger than auto and airline industry combined in terms of profit.
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Implausible - Ice melting in the Arctic while I freeze in april in Toronto

Plausible - Global warming is another scam to rule over the world and destroy the diversity that there is.
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Note: You're aware it was a controlled demolition, right?
Stupidest conspiracy theory claim I have ever heard.

I have not found anyone that can answer the challenge to explain why both towers failed at precisely the floors where the planes hit.
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Plausible - Medical industry wants a status quo that promotes fear and ignorance about health and disease in order to cash in. Medical industry is the biggest industry in America , larger than auto and airline industry combined in terms of profit.
But how does the medical industry cash in by telling people that smoking causes cancer? Wouldn't they do better financially by having everybody smoke and get sick?
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But how does the medical industry cash in by telling people that smoking causes cancer? Wouldn't they do better financially by having everybody smoke and get sick?
How so? Like I said , Japan has the longest lifespan and the largest smoking rates in the world . Or the people on the Greek island Icaria who have the most centenerians per capita also smoke very much. Smoking much like diet is completelly innocuous by itself and a red herring for medical industry.

Now they are not talking about real issues that affect health like indoor lifestyle, lack of a real community which leads to inability to deal with emotional issues, endless sitting around and not enough real excercise , not enough rest and sleep, endless pursuit and materialism, over dependence on electronics including the night lights and lack of connection with nature and other life forms. Has your doctor ever told you to get better integrated into the community around you and I don't mean some imaginary narrow interest group? I think people in Japan, Greek Isles and few other places live healthy because they live a more fullfiling life and they are more integrated into the community. When they are more integrated they can deal with most if not all emotional problems. Pretty much any chronic disease is related to emotional issues or inability to deal with them and that's pretty hard to do if you don't have someone or many to be attached to.
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http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...1025193646.htm

Paul Simon said it best. "People hear what they want to hear and disregard the rest. Li-dee-lo li-dee-lo Li-dee-lo."

But please continue to smoke. And if you have off spring pleas subject them to it as well.
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Now they are not talking about real issues that affect health like indoor lifestyle, lack of a real community which leads to inability to deal with emotional issues, endless sitting around and not enough real excercise , not enough rest and sleep, endless pursuit and materialism, over dependence on electronics including the night lights and lack of connection with nature and other life forms. Has your doctor ever told you to get better integrated into the community around you and I don't mean some imaginary narrow interest group? I think people in Japan, Greek Isles and few other places live healthy because they live a more fullfiling life and they are more integrated into the community. When they are more integrated they can deal with most if not all emotional problems. Pretty much any chronic disease is related to emotional issues or inability to deal with them and that's pretty hard to do if you don't have someone or many to be attached to.
Whether or not they pay heed is another question, but I would reckon that it is impossible to live in the US without being bombarded with information on the importance of being fit.
But when you claim that night lights are a major cause of illness, then I no longer take you seriously. I like a night light myself, but I am not unduly worried because I take the precaution of sleeping in a tinfoil hat.
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Implausible - Queen Elizabeth I was actually a man in drag. I mean seriously who comes up with this crap
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Paul Simon said it best. "People hear what they want to hear and disregard the rest. Li-dee-lo li-dee-lo Li-dee-lo."

But please continue to smoke. And if you have off spring pleas subject them to it as well.
I am not a smoker but I am not pretending that smoking is the root of all evil as authorities in suits and with titles claim and everything else is fine more or less.
Smoking is evil is part of a religious drive so they will blame everything and anything on it just to cover up their own ignorance and deficiencies. BTW, Japanese have the longest lifespan in the world and when they move to America including quiting smoking their lifespan goes down. People in Ikaria smoke as much as anyone and have the largest percentage of centenarians . It seems like you want to tell them how to live.

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Whether or not they pay heed is another question, but I would reckon that it is impossible to live in the US without being bombarded with information on the importance of being fit.
But when you claim that night lights are a major cause of illness, then I no longer take you seriously. I like a night light myself, but I am not unduly worried because I take the precaution of sleeping in a tinfoil hat.
Being told to be fit is not the same as being fit. Actually what I hear a lot is that it's ok to be not in shape and sick as it's not in your control anyway. Lights are a complicated issue and different lights have different effects at different times of the day.
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