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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle September 26 2023 #143734
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    Canada needs to wipe its Ass (aka PM).
    Where are the sanctions on Canada?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 26 2023 #143724
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    Curious happenstance, has any one who is organically intact noticed that when in presence of crowded general public in confined spaces, or been in close contact with compulsory injected people such as dental hygienists, seem to pick up some sort of upper respiratory symptom , e.g. congestion, nasal drip, etc.? Would whatever variant of covid currently running through the injection ‘protected’ segment of the public be having this effect?
    Good thing vitamin C is water soluble and excess is disposed of quickly. Much less risky also.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 22 2023 #143548
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    Oroborus onSeptember 22, 2023 at 11:55 am at #143528

    Re: Salt caverns collapsing. Yes they do. Salt caverns in New Mexico excavated to store nuclear waste are collapsing sealing the waste, but the collapse will continue.

    Earthquakes around Hutchison Ks are due to the collapse of salt caverns excavated by water extraction of salt; the collapsing roofs are causing earthquake registrations.

    In Iran, circular geologic formations are formed on the surface due to the geologic removal of salt and the subsequent collapse of overburden into the void that reach the surface over extensive periods of time.

    Oil reserve caverns made by aqueous removal of salt after their petroleum is removed await the processes above at some point.

    Salt caverns in Hutchison Ks excavated by mining that leave remaining pillars of salt support are used as secure storage for films and documents. These appear to be stable as long as the supporting columns are sufficient to bear the weight of overburden without deforming. Time will tell.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 17 2023 #143171
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    IF Secret Service protection is NOT provided Robert F. Kennedy Jt. immediately, That Protection must be withdrawn from the occupant of the White House. Let the occupant provide his own security, the occupant has swindled enough wherewithal to provide his own security, the public should not provide that dime.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 7 2023 #142684
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    Dr. D on September 8, 2023 at 9:42 am @ # 142671

    Should you be in search of something ominous to worry about, take a look at glyphosate use in the agricultural areas of the U.S.

    These are the vast areas which contributed as much if not more wealth to 19th century U.S. than even the industrial production contributed at the time to the world economy. The industrial production at the time was primarily engaged with building the internal economy while agricultural production was feeding populations external, balancing the country’s balance of payments as well as employing large segments of the population in its production.

    Now those areas soils are saturated with glyphosate which is shown to destroy the bacterial genome present in the soils that produces the rich growing substance for crop growth. Looking at the national map of glyphosate use, it is hard to find even reduced levels present. Add to that the ever increasing levels of fertiliser use to maintain crop production not to mention the enormous investments in machinery and fuel required to produce at industrial levels.

    What happens when the land fails to sustain that industrial level? When additional fertiliser no longer supports the growth of crops? When glyphosate tolerant plant genomes provide protection for the modified plant but have spread to unwanted plants. To think that agricultural program is sustainable is delusional. What then? Where will the forage be found to feed our livestock? To feed us?

    Once the country held in reserve some fraction of a year’s production as insurance against crop failures. Not any more. Now it is different, and no reserves for troubled times.

    It seems this should cause worry, not some small increase in CO^2 and the increased levels of moisture the atmosphere can hold (until some trigger sets off the rain, like plants using CO^2 causing temps to drop and rain to fall).

    in reply to: Debt Rattle September 7 2023 #142670
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    Dr. D on September 7, 2023 at 9:38 pm @ # 142651

    From a recalled conversation with an engineer working on construction of a nuclear power plant that may be of interest to your thesis here:

    Making the control system fool-proof is not a problem. Making the system Phd -proof is …

    Over the years, the wisdom therein has slowly perfused into an effective antidote for many things, sometimes Phd’s. (smiley thing)

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 22 2023 #141757
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    Dear John Day,
    This is not the forum for this but it is available. Your last comment said there was plenty of water to fight the tragic Maui fire. Well, you are the brightest one, please find a way to teleport that water to the place it is needed, when it is needed in a quantity required and a form it can be used to fight the fire. Appearances are you have these answers if not all answers to everything. I have made my comments apparently disregarded, no problem. I am removed from your world for some decades and have do desire to return – it’s yours. You have, again, all the answers, the problems are yours to solve. My appreciation for your medical contributions remains sterling, everything else, well you don’t seem able to walk on water, yet. Thank you for the discussion.

    Regards,
    FT-B

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 21 2023 #141716
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    John Day at #141710

    Fir item #1, old gravity flow systems are like those found in New Mexico and can be said to be low flow over long time, in the irrigated area only a fraction of the area can be irrigated at a time. Look into the Mayordomo system of irrigation from that area. Hawaii’s canal irrigation would not differ greatly nor the technology employed.

    Second item #2, powered pump system has only that reserve contained in the tower when power is discontinued. You’ve already shown its limitations in your statement.

    That fire looks to have several ignition points in photos of its spread to the town. With 70 or more MPH winds driving it, how long will it take to cover, say 5 miles? (at 60 MPH, 5 mi =5 min). The failure to give warning had a very narrow window to operate had it operated. This looks like “The Perfect Storm” situation.

    That’s all I have.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 21 2023 #141706
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    John Day on August 21, 2023 at 1:42 pm at #141699

    Sincere apologies, I overlooked your posting travails. All too often those I had made an effort to reply in the comments have shown the discourtesy of refusing acknowledgment leading to the attitude.
    With a thousand still missing at this date, I’d suppose responsible public officials are shitting large concrete roadblocks. Such stress does not encourage good judgment. As for the failure of the warning system, even one having independent power to alarm still needs power available to initiate the warning does it not? If radios are without power and telephone lines are down and cell towers are without power it is entirely reasonable that the system may not work. Same would go for water supply if communications are inoperative and the request did not get through to the operators. FEMA is basically a logistics and security for some afflicted area and efficacy dependent upon prior training. That training in Hawaii for that area would entail disasters concerning hurricanes and tsunamis primarily and would be entirely untrained for what occurred, not that their record of service in other places is of sterling quality (looking at FEMA in New Orleans). The word in current currency “clusterf*ck” looks to fully apply. None the less, the first responders concerning finding bodies should have precedence until their work is finished. From the sources used here, it was strong winds and power lines causing the fire. It looks like there are a goodly number of trees in the area which also can bring down power lines in strong winds, even in the best kept power systems even ones designed for hurricane force winds. Put all this before the best qualified media and the story can still tend to raise public panic but in the media you have it would much more likely incite a raging mom, and that will not do anybody any good whatsoever. A responsible media is something you do not have. A responsible media would do their work and provide the public as much information as possible and do everything to maintain calm, avoiding spurious speculations that sell their product. Where are the adults when needed?

    This addresses most of what you wrote, I hope adequately. It may be difficult to remember what you are witnessing are frail and frightened, stressed people and their reactions are not always adequate to the task. Again my apology for the harmful words.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 20 2023 #141695
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    The good Dr. D on August 20, 2023 at 11:31 pm at #141674

    Jumping in, perhaps impolitely. Yes, that’s true and perhaps a good reason

    ¿impolitely? Not at all. Impolite are those a$$holes that cannot respond to things addresses to them, and there are quite a few in the commentariat here – sadly.

    My observation would be that hardly any here are familiar to the protocols used by first responders; ambulance, fire, accident, police, etc. Searching fire scenes for possible remains is one of those first responses and the protocols are built around preserving evidence that may lead to establishing identity of the remains. If others come to the scene and disturb it that evidence is lost. It is imperative to keep access to such scenes to the absolute minimum, thus the attempted area quarantine that unfortunately is o for all manner of conspiracy speculations as if there weren’t enough already. Residing in UTC (GMT) +2 I do not experience what news presentations you may and rely on sources mentioned.

    Would append a followup to you. Your response to a prior comment I made was quite a good assessment of the conditions. However my point was that the absence of any appeal of judicial finding is not observed, therefore any claim that the election was legitimate is false, a lie, a political coup de grâce for the Republic, a coup d’état in broad daylight.

    YMMD

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 20 2023 #141665
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    At John Day,

    Yesterday a report on either Sputnik or RT mentioned there were still about 1,000 people missing. Would imagine there is reason quarantining the area until qualified searchers have covered all destroyed homes. The quality of journalistic media is NOT to be trusted in keeping mum until all the work is done and the proper authorities make their reports and NOT causing further duress to the public. What do you think?

    in reply to: A Tale of Two Cosmologies #141572
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    Would add one more to the atheist list:

    If religious belief worked, the world would not be in the sad state it’s in. All religious belief does is make the believer feel good or secure, but with serious side effects that usually damage other lives. Sell that nostrum to the incapacitated, incurious and ill-educated as an opiate to get them through their existence. Religion shifts the responsibility for conducting one’s life onto something that does not exist, outside weak imaginations.

    Chew on them nutmeats awhile..

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 12 2023 #141110
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    Let me try again, seems the Alphabet identities don’t favour First Amendment and blocked another comment about the fires in Hawaii, quoted below:

    One horrific fire over Hawaii way, one historic town now history and ash contaminating the landscape. How many missing were there and how many have been found so far? The speed of fire spread would find many without escape plan or escape route particularly tourists and children at home. The reported 67 is tragic enough, what else will they find?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 12 2023 #141109
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    One horrific fire over Hawaii way, one historic town now history and ash contaminating the landscape. How many missing were there and how many have been found so far? The speed of fire spread would find many without escape plan or escape route particularly tourists and children at home. The reported 67 is tragic enough, what else will they find?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 12 2023 #141106
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    At John Day
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    Thomasjkenney

    John: commiserations but your submissions went through. I seldom post and the either ate it, no links, no length, no foul language, no attack on another, no controversial subject. I for one will not accept such reception. Accepting such reception feeds a cancer that needs be excised and destroyed, particularly if it anything Alphabetic – try CIA, NSA, FBI, Google and a few others including the Washington comPost [sic].

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 12 2023 #141075
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    What is going on with the site? To the second post yesterday, this was submitted long before John Day’s sequential copy and paste exercises but never appeared, Why?

    … I wish I was a cartoonist, and could capture the entire image in one frame. I can see it in front of my eyes, but I can’t draw it.

    No need a cartoonist, your word pictures work well enough if not even better as your competent reader will embellish your words with their experience far better than any cartoonist. Trust your readers and their experience; cast your bread on the waters as directed. (smiley thing)

    One might do well to impress the relationship of WHO controls the site and WHAT IS or WHAT IS NOT permitted at the site. Should these relationships NOT be acknowledged, others can also provide the service and boycott can happen to their services. As is, appearances are the site is to be wrecked. FIRE the bastards doing the damage.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 7 2023 #140712
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    Thank you Dr D. Best short essay on High Political Perfidy you have there. Only recourse for voters may be adhering to: Do NOT vote for any incumbent – ever. (or until an honest, public serving politician appears)

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 7 2023 #140708
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    Can anyone tell me why there were no appeals from local courts where election irregularities occurred and the Republican party had a conflict with the results??

    Could it be because none of those local courts with local judges allowed the grievance to be heard, rejecting the allegations outright??

    Where were the appeals from those courts? There are way too many hungry lawyers for this to happen in that space between Mexican Republic and the Canadian autocracy.

    Colour me curious.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 5 2023 #140613
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    Take note:
    When twitter(sic) is linked to what you wish to convey, it will not be used whenever cookies are demanded to witness what you seem incapable of communicating with your lingual abilities. To wade through all the cookie BS requires a lawyer of twenty years experience capable of discerning the difference between [Accept all cookies] and [Only necessary cookies], they all are necessary are they not?. Where is the cookie monster when needed? If you have to present a video to speak for yourself, use some other vehicle than X. X can X X X my a$$.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 4 2023 #140581
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    Modern times:
    Once robbery was done by fountain pen. Now that has been replaced by the silicone chip that not only robs but disenfranchises also (and they don’t leak ink), a.k.a. technological progress. Do keep up!

    Safest place to shelter from the 2024 U.S. Presidential election will probably be Siberia but still not enough to be free from the fallout. The Republic of the United States, adios; was good to know ya. R:I:P.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 2 2023 #140469
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    Germ

    go raibh míle maith agat *

    Safe journey. Be well.

    * Gaelic for ‘many thanks’

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 1 2023 #140414
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    At Oxymoron #140411

    Most all the population spend their existence well within the small boxes of their lives, never venturing much beyond the immediate horizon of that box. Alien to them is anything beyond that horizon and alien is equivilent, well , to alien, foreign, unknown or unknowable, dangerous. This is hardwired into the species’ genetic foundation. It is education that creates this phenomenon, and it is education that breaks the hold of the genetic inheritance. This may be the monstrosity of which you are speaking and if so, it will be education that is the key.

    One of the most memorable evenings in my life was the night I worked a follow spot at a Tina Turner concert. That night she did something unexpected and while acknowledging the band members she added the lighting desk techies to the list. I understand this continued throughout all her remaining tours until retirement. That lady used ‘education’ to inform her performances like few others have ever done, the key being the ability to entertain well. The musical revolutions of the sixties and seventies attest to this ability of entertainment to transcend the boxes of our lives and may be the key to your goals.

    Best

    in reply to: Debt Rattle August 1 2023 #140410
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    I have deleted over fifty “Grandiose-sort.com” found there.

    What other trojan horse items might there be?

    The idea that such entities can interfere with exchange of ideas and censor should be offensive to all, but there aren’t even crickets. Such operations, their executive staff, their owners and directors should be destroyed to where they can never effect their agenda again.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 31 2023 #140365
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    What id happening? I was finally able to post my comment on the 30 July Debt Rattle at #140344 here:

    Debt Rattle July 30 2023


    and the previous comment was #140336.
    Yesterday was a horror.
    What going on?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 31 2023 #140353
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    Am surprised Elon Musk hasn’t copyrighted ‘©’ SiX’©’ which says in Spanish “Yes! X“.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 31 2023 #140349
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    Re: first article with a Blinken opinion.

    That boy will die still wet behind the ears. What was that bit about ‘a child will lead you’?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 30 2023 #140344
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    I see some of my postings have been restored but the blocked ones are still missing. Probably the most significant among them was:

    Who is really writing this shite?

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky made it clear before the Russian invasion early last year that he considered the bridge a legitimate military target. Ukraine initially attacked the bridge last October, using a submersible drone, but it was fully repaired within seven months.

    The commentary I had following this is missing altogether as it pointed out the fallacies in the quoted part. I tried entering it , with slight modification and was rejected as being a duplicate. That part is not recovered.

    From memory:
    Two egregious mis-/dis-/mal-facts are stated in the Seymour Hersh attributed quote:
    First; the first attack on the bridge used a commercial type truck filled with fertilisers as in the Oklahoma bombing, killing IIRC about five other than the truck driver.
    Second: The second attack was the one using a (submersible?) drone.

    Seymour Hersh would Not make such obvious mis-statements of the facts as presented. It is incumbent on editors to cull such mal-information, not only at the source but those editing the repetition of the statement as that only reinforces the misconceptions in the public mind and must not be allowed to happen in responsible journalism. Jail those editors that ignore that practice. (Some refinements to memory made)

    Will attempt this entry again.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 30 2023 #140284
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    Another comment has been blocked and patience with the site is evaporating at a great rate. Please explain what and why this is happening. The site is quickly becoming a second rate place. Is it being done to your site or is it the site itself?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 30 2023 #140269
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    At V. Arnold #140266

    Thank you. I too sense impending evil from the Empire of the Big Lie.

    Be well.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 30 2023 #140267
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    To RIM
    It has been, hasn’t it.

    Paypal has decided I am a troll and the contributions stopped; a matter never put to right.
    I remember how some of the commentariat even turned upon yourself when you sought to quell mob behaviour.

    What next?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 30 2023 #140265
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    An algorithm ate two attempts to post here, something I have never experienced at this site before. I am attempting this to see if what ever is blocking the commentariat will block it as well, hoping the thoughts crossing my mind are in error. Here goes …

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 30 2023 #140262
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    Re: Julian Assange
    Should any U.S. court act in any manner other than presumption of innocence, it will invalidate itself and the system of justice in the country and the judge expose themselves as incompetent to hold their office. The presumption of innocence places exercise of political judgment protected by the prime document the court is founded upon above all politically based ac accusation by a government prima facia guilty of war and other crimes against humanity not even allowed through an constitutionally supported means of being at war. The premise the king or those acting as such in a republic, can do no wrong is a fallacy that never should be entertained – anywhere. The government itself has a questionable provenance since the election of 2000, and certainly again after the election of 2020. THE U.S. needs get its house in order before acting outside its borders. Let Julian Assange go free – and compensate fully for the wrong done his life.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 26 2023 #139886
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    July 26, 2023 at 9:36 am#139876REPLY
    Raúl Ilargi Meijer

    The double click on twitter sic (blue bird died) begins with a click and nothing happens, click again the video begins. Twitter sic no longer will be click bait.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 26 2023 #139875
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    What is with the double click on twitter sic? Twitter sic is now dead, shall not be tempted for any twitter sic product or production. Find an alternative.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 24 2023 #139735
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    At #139733
    Then you don’t want to hear the other day it went from 18ºC to 23ºC and tonight it will go down to 14ºC about daybreak. Soft Irish-like days but without the wind, some rain showers with mist and fog to fill in. No Ac needed, not even a fan. Don’t tell anyone.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 24 2023 #139693
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    Does anyone subscribe to the idea that Germany signed their economic suicide note when they pulled the German gold reserves from the vaults in London and New York? The reaction of global finance was slow but assured, striking at Germany’s economic Achilles heel, the North Stream I and II at the time Germany’s policy was NOT to send weapons of any sort into a conflict zone. That got changes on the quick. Germany no longer has the economic or financial resources to rebuild or the social imperative to rebuild given the conditions exacted by the EU (aka lack of national sovereignty) and will result with permanent loss of its industrial base and the population qualified to provide the labour needed – just like the United States.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 23 2023 #139598
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    Headline found at RT:

    ‘I am the AI’ – Biden

    In this case AI must mean Antique Idiot. To believe the AI got more natural votes than Obama beggars the capacity to imagine except the political wasteland between Mexico and Canada.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 23 2023 #139580
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    Re: Nanny cam
    Nice piece by Arfenbark. Apologies to Offenbach.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 20 2023 #139441
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    Oxymoron
    The one that got away was:
    |<=…………………………………………That…………………………………………=>| (x3) Big

    A story oft heard among fisher folk too

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 20 2023 #139437
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    That Guardian hit piece on Kennedy is the last Guardian I shall ever look at. F*ck their cookies, doubtlessly baked by Victoria Nutland.
    You did warn it was the Guardian, make the warning bigger & better please.

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