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  2. Florida will only get partial eclipse. But if you know anyone in like, um, Texas, can stay there and experience the eclipse in totality. Am sure will be hearing more about the event as the date gets closer. Link to map and who will see what ....... ( APRIL 8, 2024 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE MAP )
  3. Darnit, I missed that one. I've been pushing him on alien disclosure on Twitter. A soft disclosure is happening. Lou Dobbs also mentioned aliens at the same time. They could be testing the public reaction. I think we're ready. Half won't believe it and the others will either be too lazy to bother with it or will just call the aliens racist.
  4. So, Elon Musk wants to start experimenting with inserting a chip into a human brain and merging it with AI. He claims it will help people with brain injuries. Can you imagine if this gets into the hands of the wrong people? All these super hero movies will come true. https://www.vice.com/en_au/article/7xgnxd/elon-musk-announces-plan-to-merge-human-brains-with-ai?utm_source=vicefblocalau&fbclid=IwAR2Mh42GlFhOkAWQj_qnOLrSJpWjjWEqWHX776mfGNjOilN-_g7MDDytwnw
  5. This is so stupid. Do they really think it is still being used considering so many people know about it? I'm sure the aliens are hidden somewhere at another base, now. Still, typical milennials think they are entitled to everything.
  6. What is on the other side?
  7. It will probably be raining in Florida or I will totally forget!
  8. yeah i know but its such a werid stange object to have found on the ground
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  10. Looks like fell off a necklace yes. Reminds me off an egg or a pine cone somewhat.
  11. i found it along the pavement its either metal or pure silver it might came of a necklace or earrings and if you look at it closely its a brain?? 😮 😮 😮 😮
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  13. Will be good for sure, still a while away though. There's been some supermoon/blood moons down my way the last year which captured the attention. The only thing might be if your planning on clearing out that fridge on the night you may not see anything:)
  14. The eclipse of April 8th, 2024 will be crossing the United States. Totality starts in Texas, then cuts diagonally across to Maine. This will provide numerous people in the U.S. the opportunity to experience the event. Cosmically Curious as to who plans on experiencing this event? Total solar eclipse maps of April 8, 2024 What is really exciting, is the path of totality crosses over where I live. So I .... get to experience the event from home, needing only to go from my refrigerator to my back porch. How cool is that ?
  15. Nothing like giving the commanders of a military base a heads-up on when you're going to show up. Maybe we will all get to see some alien technology at work in stopping a large group of hostiles? When perhaps 1 million + people vanish and any records of their existence are scrubbed, THAT might raise some eyebrows here and there. 😉 Seriously though, stopping a group of people attempting to raid Area 51 would not be physically difficult to do. It's the optics of the situation that would be tough to overcome. As pointed out, it is doubtful that the number of people that have said they're going to raid area 51 actually will : 1. show up. 2 cross onto the base. Still, even if a small percentage of the people do show up and try to raid the military base; lets say 1,000, even that number would present optic problems. How they make the attempt will be interesting to see. Would think small groups of two or three people trying to sneak in, they really might disappear. It is the desert after all. Things happen.
  16. It would be interesting to see how it panned out, choas would probably ensue and some standoff for a while. I seen some one comment on a forum, seemed they were taking it seriously. How many that replied would even be close to the area?
  17. I have mixed feelings about disclosing by our governments alien secrets because if it became believed by all it could do great harm. Too many people are way too stupid and could panic and act out of self control. All you need to do is look back to the radio broadcast by Orson Wells to understand my concern. The other point is other nations that hate us live in fear that we may have more alien high technology then them and that may serve as a deterrent. As it stands now, we have been receiving alien technology at a manageable pace over the years, but slow enough to not cause panic or economic disruptions. I think at some point down the road we may see much more information released, but for now we should be happy to have forums like this to exchange what we know here. Human nature seems to also want more and that is good but also may be a two edged sword.
  18. Figured the plan to storm Area 51 on September 20th of this year was a joke. But to my surprise, learned that a lot of people are serious about giving it a try. 1.5 million people RSVP'd as of two days ago ( 7/18/2019 ; ABC News ) . The man that started the raid idea has stated that things have become a little spooky already ( July 18, 2019 ; Time Magazine ). I don't think it is a good idea to raid Area 51, however, I am curious what other folks think about this event. I do wonder though what would actually happen if over One Million people did make the attempt. Sources: Storming Area 51 as Facebook event reaches 1.5 million attendees The Man Who Started the Area 51 Raid Says Things Have Gotten a Little Spooky
  19. I do not believe in man-made climate change and am with RainmanTime on the issue. Will post the link to his thread regarding the discussion of climate change below. That said, I do believe that we still have a responsibility to care for our planet as humanly possible. Although probably unrealistic, would be nice to see as much time, money and effort that is put into the military put into health care. Of course that would also include efforts to all get along with helping each other, despite cultural differences and beliefs. Link to RainmanTimes thread about global warning : Global Warming is bunk science
  20. The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is a science and technology museum in Portland, Oregon, United States. It contains three auditoriums, including a large-screen theatre, planetarium, and exhibition halls with a variety of hands-on permanent exhibits focused on natural sciences, industry, and technology.
  21. Featured in Ripley's Believe It or Not! Eating carrots won’t correct vision problems such as nearsightedness or farsightedness. While consuming carrots will keep your eyes healthy and prevent vision loss—particularly if you have a vitamin A deficiency—they won’t improve your eyesight. If you need glasses or contact lenses, eating extra carrots won’t take care of the problem. Most eye issues are caused by genetics, aging, or diabetes, and a carrot’s beta carotene properties won’t help. The beta carotene converts into a form of vitamin A during digestion called “retinal,” which is important in maintaining normal vision. Dark, leafy green vegetables such as spinach, kale, and collard greens are actually better for your eyes than carrots. These veggies contain more antioxidants such as lutein and zeaxanthin, which can protect your eyes from certain high-energy rays of light that can harm your retina. These greens and their carotenoids can also reduce the advancement of age-related macular degeneration, which can cause blindness. Sweet potatoes are also good for your eyes, and they contain more vitamin A than carrots. Fresh fruit also has vitamins C and E, which are good for your peepers. Most people get enough vitamin A from their diets to keep their eyes healthy and strong. If you don’t get enough vitamin A, you can actually go blind. As many as 500,000 malnourished children lose their eyesight every year due to a vitamin A deficiency. Vitamin A supplements and beta carotene are known to help people see better at night if they suffer from a vitamin deficiency. So, where did the myth about carrots improving your eyesight come from? During World War II, the British government promoted the nutritional value of carrots and their purported night-vision properties. The U.K. Ministry of Food wanted people to eat more carrots during food rationing shortages, according to the World Carrot Museum. The government credited carrots for helping the British Air Force see better while hunting down German aircraft at night. The federal campaign included the slogan, “Carrots Keep You Healthy and Help You See in The Dark.” As a result, the general public believed eating carrots led to improved vision at night, specifically in blackout conditions (a real concern during the war). If you really want the vitamin A benefits from carrots, you should eat them with a fat-soluble vitamin, such as ranch dipping sauce, so your body can fully absorb the antioxidants. And there is such a thing as eating too many carrots. Your body can only convert so much beta carotene to vitamin A, and the rest is just excess. It is also possible to overdose on Vitamin A supplements, so consult a doctor before taking them. Plus, carrots can turn fair skin a shade of orange. By Noelle Talmon, contributor for Ripleys.com Source: Carrots, Eyesight, And World War II Propaganda View the full article
  22. Featured in Ripley's Believe It or Not! The Man In The Moon Believe it or not, one man is buried on the Moon. His name is Eugene Shoemaker, and he pioneered planetary science. Since time immemorial cultures all across the surface of the Earth have seen a face in the side of the Moon facing us. Curiosity getting the better of us, all sorts of legends and fables have been written about who the man in the Moon is and how he got there. Dante wrote that the fratricidal Cain was banished to the Moon. In Chinese traditions, the goddess of the Moon, Chang’e winds up on the moon after drinking an immortality elixir. The first man on the Moon, however, was Neil Armstrong in 1969. He, along with the other astronauts of the Apollo 11 mission explored the lunar surface and collected sample to bring back to Earth. These samples were of particular interest to the man who would eventually end up interred on the Moon. Eugene Shoemaker is often credited with inventing the field of planetary science. Trained as a geologist, Shoemaker melded his discipline with astronomy, using the great space race to study the surfaces of moons, planets, and comets. He trained the astronauts headed to the Moon, and even sat next to Walter Cronkite on air as NASA’s spokesperson on the status of the moon missions. He named many of the craters, valleys, and mountains on the Moon. His contributions proved so great that he even has a whole comet named after him. In 1994, Comet Shoemaker—Levy 9 gained worldwide attention because it crashed into Jupiter. This impact eventually led to scientists realizing that Jupiter acted as an important “vacuum cleaner” for debris that could otherwise pose a threat to the Earth. Shoemaker spent much of his later life trekking across the globe to find impact craters that had gone unnoticed. Tragically, one of these trips ended in a fatal car crash. Eventually, Shoemaker’s ashes were sealed in a metal cylinder and sent to the Moon. His wife, Carolyn, who had made many discoveries alongside her husband had an image of the Hale-Bopp comet inscribed on the outside, along with a quote from Romeo and Juliet: And, when he shall die Take him and cut him out in little stars And he will make the face of heaven so fine That all the world will be in love with night And pay no worship to the garish sun. Since his ashes were interred on the Moon, Shoemaker has remained the only person ever buried on an extraterrestrial surface. Though many companies have offered space burials inspired by science fiction shows like Star Trek, most of these capsules are launched into low Earth orbit. These ashes end up falling into the atmosphere soon after and burn up. Elysium Space, however, wants to send people’s ashes all the way to the Moon, so that they’ll stay in space. The asking price is around ten thousand dollars, which actually matches the average cost of a normal funeral in the United States. Source: The Only Man To Be Buried On the Moon (So Far) View the full article
  23. ok i dont know where to begin or where should i start lol but heres what i think that if i remember the dream right but heres what happend so i was being chased by my daemon whos now in a gang i believe of all things they where chasing me because i banished him who was one of my demons of all things unforgettably urgh but i was i was jumping very high in Oder to get a way from because they where still chasing me at this point in my dream and there where these white tables and then i jumped 1-2-4 of the white tables then near the last table i could see the next stage of the dream which was a cold stream river where the siren was lurking i could also here a voice calling my name so thats probably to why i jumped then as then i felt hands on my body like two of them because i read up they like to touch humans also she showed me how to slow down time and stop it for a min and it actually worked the gang of demons froze still and i could see every detail then the siren suggested this "now lets play a trick on them" the trick was an illusion to scare them off or at least josh the tuff one lol then heres the end of the dream i came outta the water then they grabbed me by the neck then the siren done here illusion trick then they all got scared and dropped me on the floor trying to get my air back and then one of them said hey lets be friends and i was like you can forget it i know that this was a dream and only a dream but i hope to see the thingy again then i woke up and im like that has to be my boyfriend lol hes then only who would actually help me out in a situation like that lol
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  25. Featured in Ripley's Believe It or Not! It’s impossible for most people to drive their cars in the water-filled streets of Venice, but with this Italian sports car, waterways are what it was made for. This Ferrari F50 was carved entirely out of wood by master sculptor Livio Di Marchi. The supercar can’t drive on traditional roads, but instead, uses its buoyant frame to float. While the production version could go from zero to 60 in just 3.8 seconds, the 512 horsepower V12 engine has been replaced with an outboard motor that will definitely make you want to row your gondola out of the way. The car is truly one of a kind. The road model may have only had 349 models manufactured, but the wooden 350th was sculpted entirely by hand using only hand chisels. Marchi is a prolific artist, carving a number of other novelty boats as well. He’s whittled replicas of a gull-wing Mercedes, a 1930s Jaguar, and even a wooden Vespa. Popularly known as the “Carpenter of Venice,” Marchi began his obsession with sculpture after studying at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Venice. Finding wood to be a kind of muse that summoned his creativity and spontaneity, he settled on the medium as his favorite. Marchi has even played fairy godfather with his creations, sculpting a floating pumpkin carriage complete with horses for people’s weddings. The man is absolutely obsessed with wood. His home is filled with wooden sculptures, including renderings of beds, teddy bears, clothes, dishes, and even underwear carved by hand. Ripley’s Believe It or Not! has bought a number of Marchi’s works, displaying them in museums all around the world. The wooden F50 once sailed the San Diego Bay with a surfing dog in tow, and it’s returning to the city once more for San Diego Comic-Con as part of the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Car Lot! Source: Finally, An Italian Sports Car That Can Navigate Venice View the full article
  26. That little pistol back in its day would have been a handy item to have.
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