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dark star
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#1006 | Posted: 24 Jun 2011 21:01
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lastbesthope:
, got an O Level..

lastbesthope:
ood old trial and error.........suck it and see.......pot luck......a shot in the dark......you wont win if you dont buy a ticket.......just go for it man.......curiosity has never killed a cat, NEVER......those lying bastards....I like cats, so I fought against my natural curiosity for years for fear a kitten would bite the dust.....I could have invented something brilliant,
found a cure for cancer, got an O Level.......those lying bastards !

LastBestHope

It was like that for me when i first did 'the bop'....i was nervous at first,but once i hit the dance floor i was a natural.
Mind you it was a lot easier with 'hey rock,n,roll' by Shawaddywaddy or 'tiger feet' by Mudd,especially the guitar solo in that one..........
lastbesthope
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#1007 | Posted: 27 Jun 2011 23:31
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A guitar solo in a Mud song ?
I have never bopped myself........I have too much respect for the human body.

I could have though..if I`d wanted to...naw couldn`t `bop` my way through a lemon trifle...2 left feet see?

LBH
dreamkatcher
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#1008 | Posted: 17 Jul 2011 11:43
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Big Brother REALLY IS watching us! Try this!

Just zoom right in hold down the left mouse key to pan Face recognition in a crowd.

This is the photo taken by Port Moody photographer Ronnie Miranda that appeared in the Tri-City News last Friday (24-June).

When you open this up, check the left hand side where you can upsize the photo, and click on the Yellow print "view with GigaTag".

This is actually scary. You can see - perfectly - the faces of every single individual - and there were thousands!

Privacy? Just think what the police and the military have at their disposal.

http://www.gigapixel.com/image/gigapan-canucks-g7.html
Joe
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#1009 | Posted: 17 Jul 2011 16:30
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dreamkatcher:
Big Brother REALLY IS watching us! Try this!

That really is disturbing. So, they know how to use cameras when they want, but if Joe public sees a criminal event going on in the street and reports it, and a camera also happens to have been focusing down on that scene - they would say they did not get a clear shot or some other SHIT.

I've also heard somewhere they now have the technology (called the Xaver) to see through walls. It cannot see a person and/or object clearly yet (so they say), but it can pick out images of everything.

This is what we know and can find, but how much do we don't know (nothing is impossible).

Found this article below:

"Seeing Through Walls
Engineers Develop Technology To See Through Walls
July 1, 2007 Computer scientists and engineers have developed a new technology for the purpose of seeing through walls. The new technological gadget boasts visual penetration through wood, plaster, brick and reinforced concrete. The device uses sound waves at a particular frequency and a series of algorithms in the computer software to capture images through a wall or door and create 3D images. The military and law enforcement agencies hope to incorporate the device into their projects."
dreamkatcher
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#1010 | Posted: 17 Jul 2011 17:06
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Police & soldiers going to need masses of degrees in technology to be able to use all of the stuff planned for them. Unless they just sit & direct robots to do the job ?

As usual, there's one rule for them & one for us.

dk
Joe
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#1011 | Posted: 17 Jul 2011 22:00 | Edited by: Joe
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dreamkatcher:
Police & soldiers going to need masses of degrees in technology to be able to use all of the stuff planned for them. Unless they just sit & direct robots to do the job ?

Police and soldiers have robot mentality anyway, they are programed to obey their masters without thinking - who needs robots!

dreamkatcher
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#1012 | Posted: 12 Aug 2011 16:07
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Received today from a friend waiting to join the site. Said Id post it for him. dk

'Epidermal Electronics' Paste Peelable Circuitry On Your Skin, Just Like A Temporary Tattoo

http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2011-08/epidermal-electronics-paste-peelable-ci rcuitry-your-skin-just-temporary-tattoo?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=pulsenews
Joe
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#1013 | Posted: 12 Aug 2011 22:59
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dreamkatcher:
Received today from a friend waiting to join the site. Said Id post it for him. dk

'Epidermal Electronics' Paste Peelable Circuitry On Your Skin, Just Like A Temporary Tattoo

Interesting article, enjoyed reading that. Not surprising though, the way technology is racing forward. But I still think the technology is already here (and more), and we are just being drip-fed slowly by all this!

Link does not quite make it - alternative link below:

URL
dreamkatcher
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#1014 | Posted: 13 Aug 2011 00:00
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Joe:
Link does not quite make it - alternative link below:

I did reply, but its gone missing - again... Thanks for link.

dk
dreamkatcher
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#1015 | Posted: 13 Aug 2011 09:04
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This might interest. From one of my contacts. dk

Marinel Torres

I did not make this video. i downloaded for file

Wireless Transmission of energy via inductive coupling
Length: ‎1:40

https://www.facebook.com/#!/video/video.php?v=244604568906616&comments

Im not sure links will work, so try this one.

Marinel Torres there's a circuit diagram and instruction here. click "next" when done with first page

http://www.instructables.c​om/id/Wireless-Power-Trans​mission-Over-Short-Distanc​es-U /

Wireless Power

www.instructables.com

The power cord, I know you hate it. Sometimes, you just want to cut it apart! We...
dreamkatcher
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#1016 | Posted: 13 Aug 2011 09:08
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Same man as above...... Marinel Torres

http://www.electrocultureandmagnetoculture.com/
dreamkatcher
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#1017 | Posted: 13 Aug 2011 09:13
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Another contact of mine. dk

http://www.loohan.com/coilinfo.htm

If you do make, make sure you follow EXACTLY.
dreamkatcher
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#1018 | Posted: 14 Aug 2011 18:04
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This is how I received this today. dk





This is my new website on which I have placed information on constructing a blood electrifier after the method of Bob Beck.



http://www.electronicsengineer.talktalk.net/




I need people to become aware of the lifesaving information contained in it.



Would you please post it to RP forum for me?

Maybe you could also forward this email to others that may be interested?



Thanks again,
Joe
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#1019 | Posted: 15 Aug 2011 22:20 | Edited by: Joe
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I'm sure most of "you" heard of someone called Edward Leedskalnin or maybe the home he built for himself: "Coral Castle" in Homestead (USA). Apparently it took him twenty years (from 1920 to 1940) to build this place - he used huge blocks of coral rock, the heaviest being 30 tons.

They say he used no modern machinery at the time to move the rocks into place. And now we are told he may of discovered the secrets of anti-gravity to construct his home!

And nobody saw this !!!

For myself I'm not sure what to believe. To much speculation and not enough evidence.


Coral Castle (left click to enlarge)

URL
SPIRAL
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#1020 | Posted: 15 Aug 2011 22:47
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Joe:
I'm sure most of "you" heard of someone called Edward Leedskalnin or maybe the home he built for himself: "Coral Castle" in Homestead (USA). Apparently it took him twenty years (from 1920 to 1940) to build this place - he used huge blocks of coral rock, the heaviest being 30 tons.

I saw some thing like this on RichPlanet.net but couldn't remember the name or find it again, Richard said he used a 'perpetual motion holder' to move and shape the rocks (may have been a different guy) If anyone can shed light please do
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