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skipman
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#811 | Posted: 25 Apr 2012 09:10
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dreamkatcher:
Radioactive Hell on Earth

Great post DK. Unfortunately the press are more interested in the damge that Murdock may do to Cameerons political career.
dreamkatcher
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#812 | Posted: 25 Apr 2012 11:34
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skipman:
Unfortunately the press are more interested in the damge that Murdock may do to Cameerons political career.

An update from Codex Alimentarius site. As before, MAKE YOUR OWN MIND UP. dk

Brett Syverson
Dandelion & Plant Mutations from Japan Radiation
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More Michigan Mutations from Fallout 4.21.2012
Dandelions found today in a parking lot in Rochester Hills Michigan, about 20 miles north of Detroit, where I found mutations last weekend. Fasciation images...
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Brett Syverson lots more of these going around
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Mutated Dandelions in Schoolyard Dearborn MI 4.23.2012
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Brett Syverson Fukushima was not the first time Radiation leaked from Nuke factories - just the worst! you can expect the damage from General Electric's Japanese Nukes (GE owns MSNBC) to be approximately 1000x (precise # from nuclear scientists based upon leaked material) worse than Chernobyl! do you know what happened in Chernobyl?!?
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Joe
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#813 | Posted: 25 Apr 2012 14:19
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Dk, did you hear about this story below? It came to mind all the problems you are having with your computer (a mystery). Do you live near a military base?

"The black hole of Britain! Mystery as heating, doorbells and showers stop working in sleepy village (near 'top secret' military base)" URL
Planettraveller
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#814 | Posted: 25 Apr 2012 16:42
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Joe:
did you hear about this story below? It came to mind all the problems you are having with your computer (a mystery). Do you live near a military base?

So thats whats causing me loadsa bloody shit.There are two military bases near me.My Laptop goes off,can never get a signal on my mobile and you can forget T.V. with an arial.We all have dishes.
Kozmik
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#815 | Posted: 25 Apr 2012 17:32
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The Daily Mail Online [see Joe's URL, above] seems to run quite a lot of Fortean type stories these days... as well as the RFID thing there is also something about Nessie in today's blurb.
dreamkatcher
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#816 | Posted: 26 Apr 2012 06:36 | Edited by: dreamkatcher
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Planettraveller:
can never get a signal on my mobile

Got new Android phone & it cant connect to Wi-fi, says out of distance ??? Thats sitting on table next to my router as well.... Technology ? Its crap. Wi-fi on laptop doesnt work either. Neither does dongle, but it works away from here ! My door bell rings frequently at
anytime between 4am & 8am, with nobody there. Electrician says its rain getting inton the system, so he replaced the whole lot. It still does it, especially on Sunday mornings.


Joe:
Dk, did you hear about this story below?

Very interesting. Newcastle Airport not far (5 miles), RAF Boulmer - Communications "Training" (30 miles), Otterburn Army Camp (45 miles).


dk
AllSpark
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#817 | Posted: 15 Jul 2012 11:49
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How about this for a headline in the Gaurdian...
"Mosquito-borne diseases are one of the major barriers preventing economic progress in the developing world."

hahahahahahaha...... No..... it's the elitist governments of the west preventing economic development.

GM insects ?

URL
skipman
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#818 | Posted: 16 Jul 2012 16:17
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As the rain continues to reek havoc here ( my potatoes have had it) the drought in the U.S is gettin much worse. Germany's crop growing areas are over run with mice. Looks like a perfect storm is aproaching.
http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/the-largest-natural-disaster-in-u-s-history -the-endless-drought-of-2012-will-bake-america-well-into-august
skipman
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#819 | Posted: 16 Aug 2012 21:42
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Whilst driving around my neck of the woods,I noticed a great deal of dead leaves on the ground. Anyone else seen the same?
wensam
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#820 | Posted: 16 Aug 2012 22:24
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skipman:
Whilst driving around my neck of the woods,I noticed a great deal of dead leaves on the ground. Anyone else seen the same?

Yes, its the bad summer- too much wind, rain and change in temperature- late spring was akin to early autumn- except the falling leaves were green, now they ahve faded to brown- they are decomposing Skipman
skipman
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#821 | Posted: 17 Aug 2012 16:13
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If the trees cannot handle what the weather has thrown at them,it should be no surprise that our food crops have taken a battering too.
wensam
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#822 | Posted: 17 Aug 2012 17:00
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skipman:
it should be no surprise that our food crops have taken a battering too.

Good point.
nordsee220
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#823 | Posted: 17 Aug 2012 17:07 | Edited by: nordsee220
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Some cheapo (and that means in construction, not necessarily price) wireless doorbells operate on 49MHz - same as baby alarms. They'd tend to be on overnight and possibly activated (with audio) as a baby wakes with daylight.
Others work on 432MHz which is in the 70cm amateur band.

Car fobs, garage door openers and many other devices also operate on 432MHz. Some devices won't react to spurious signals as they're well designed, such as a car security system.
Others don't need hi tech encrytion, such as doorbells amd will react to virtually any signal on or even somewhere near their frequency. Lightning included.

Conversely, if a strong signal is present on a car fob frequency it can effectively jam the car fob. This can happen relatively near to UHF transmitters such as TV, mobile communications etc.

As one of a communications technician team in the 90's we pissed ourselves laughing at 'Eric' (one of the team). Eric had taken his brand new car to one of our radio su=ites in Northumberland. He did the necessary work there then first of all couldn't get back into his car as the radio site signal was stronger than the fob. He eventually twigged that he could open the car with the key, set off the alarm and still couldn't start it.

Eric had to push the car a couple of hundred yards along the access road, much to the interest of some cows in the field, until he was far enough from the transmitter to get it started. It was pissing down and he looked like a drowned rat!
wensam
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#824 | Posted: 17 Aug 2012 19:15
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nordsee220:
Some cheapo (and that means in construction, not necessarily price) wireless doorbells operate on 49MHz - same as baby alarms. They'd tend to be on overnight and possibly activated (with audio) as a baby wakes with daylight.
Others work on 432MHz which is in the 70cm amateur band.

Interesting numbers and information, thanks.
Joe
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#825 | Posted: 17 Aug 2012 20:57
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skipman:
If the trees cannot handle what the weather has thrown at them,it should be no surprise that our food crops have taken a battering too.

I used to be able to grow flowers and vegetables in the garden easily years ago, but in the last few years, I'm not having much luck growing anything!

If the plants don't die through some other means (aircraft pollution etc), then the leaves of the flowers get eaten by bugs, and the flowers seem to struggle into full growth; I spray bug killer on the leaves, but even this has no effect - the bugs seem to enjoy it more - never had this problem before.
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