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  1. 2 hours ago, Goude said:

    But there are others that are not. Some have been verified by doctors in attendance when it happened. I will not go further now, the environment seems a little tense. But if someone is interested we can discuss some verified NDEs

    There really aren't any 'verified' NDEs.  That is to say there is no verified occurrence of someone's consciousness leaving their body.  That would be rather big news...

  2. 2 hours ago, Brian King of Trolls said:

    How can you be sure? Biology is an miraculous array of creativity and complexity, how can we know anything definitive about it?

    Just because something is complex that does not mean you can't know anything definite about it!

    How could there be an end goal in evolution?  If there was there was then there would need to be a plan, if there was a plan then there would need to be a planner.  There is no evidence of a plan or a planner, so the default position is there is no end goal.

  3. On 9/22/2021 at 12:59 PM, studiot said:

    I don't think this object can have fallen from space.

    I agree.

    If there were any doubts the following clearly shows that it was not from space.

    On 9/22/2021 at 6:33 AM, Bazil_SW said:

    - does the material contain microbiology = YES apparently undamaged diatoms and other structures are embedded deep inside the fragments and within the material matrix

     

  4. 32 minutes ago, Aeromash said:

    Reducing everything to the system of dimensions L, we got the opportunity to obtain analytically any known and unknown equations in physics!

    I forgot to add Newton's law of gravity:

    L12=L5L5L2=mMr2

    Let's write down the equations of mass or charge in a one-dimensional system L.

    This is all just so much gibberish.

  5. 2 hours ago, craigtempe said:

    A very complicated field to grasp, it combines DNA with history and look what little we know on history.

    The basics of evolution are really quite simple.  In Darwin's time it was not even known that DNA existed and the age of the earth was thought to be no more than 400 million years old and the basics of evolution were discovered by him.  The basics are that the fittest (best adapted to their current environment) animals survive and reproduce.  Variations in a species means the variation that is best adapted will reproduce, favoring that variation in future populations.

  6. 15 hours ago, Dagl1 said:

    Although I still don't entirely get how this is a 'proper distance', does the proper distance represent the amount of protons I could put in a row to reach such a point? But even those can get length contracted? How do we know that the proper distance is not actually still measured from a moving frame, or that there is even a 'stiller frame'?

    Proper distance or proper length is the distance you measure in your own frame.  In your frame your meter stick is not moving hence it is the proper length. Any other frame will see your meter stick as length contracted.  

  7. 1 hour ago, Paul Singh Jr said:

    wavelength of the naturally occurring gravity field 

    I am not aware of a gravity field having a wavelength, what do you mean by that statement?  

    All gravity fields are naturally occurring....

  8. 1 hour ago, Alex_Krycek said:

    Currently there is only one vaccine that is FDA approved:  Pfizer.  This vaccine is experiencing serious supply issues at the moment.

    The other vaccines have been administered to many millions and been shown to be safe and effective, while ivermectin has only one outlier study that showed it helped.

    1 hour ago, Alex_Krycek said:

    Probably because you're fortunate enough to live in a developed country where vaccines are easily accessible.  Is it ethical to deny countries like India from accessing alternative treatments that might save lives?

    It is unethical to give a drug that has not been shown to have any positive effects except in one of the many studies underway.

    1 hour ago, Alex_Krycek said:

    Perhaps you should read this study when you finish.

    Perhaps you should read some of the literature about this study in other publications, like this Nature article.

    Nature

  9. 7 hours ago, LaurieAG said:

    Tuesday August 24 AEST which had a maximum of 10.2 degrees Celsius and was reported by the ABC

     

    7 hours ago, LaurieAG said:

    Tuesday August 24 where 11.5 degrees Celsius was reported by the ABC as the official daily maximum temperature

    Well that clearly is wrong since there is only one maximum temperature.  So there are 2 options you made a mistake or ABC made a mistake.  You seem to be saying there are some sort of nefarious 'goings on' with this reporting.  It appears to me that you have made the mistake and there is no conspiracy to hide 'The Truth'.

  10. 16 hours ago, LaurieAG said:

    When you use official temperatures for a day, that omit the first 9 hours of the day, and instead use the 9 hours from the next day you get situations like the one described by the ABC above where official maximums are higher than the actual maximum for the day. This will not impact official maximums if the temperature in the next 9 hours of the next day is below the maximum on the day.

    What are you talking about?  It was 10.2 on Monday and 11.5 on Tuesday.  Where were 9 hours omitted?

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