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originally posted by: daskakik
That is what you hope.
If it isn't then it will just be what you have known before. Just thought I would mention that small fact that you seem to be missing.
originally posted by: Skyfloating
Its not what I hope, its what is happening. I had hoped for ISIS to be decimated, Peace in NK, change in SA. I had hoped for a CT President. I had hoped for an organization such as Wikileaks. These hopes came true. They are facts. All that CT on the other hand...nothing specific ever came of it.
originally posted by: daskakik
WL came before Q. Things happened before Q.
Everything you mentioned would have happened with or without Q. You are applying non sequitur logic.
originally posted by: Skyfloating
You're too focused on Q.
You are barking up the wrong tree.
In this paper, after briefly outlining evidence that the biophysical process underlying the LDMC involves a magnetically sensitive radical pair mechanism (RPM), we discuss the possibility that the LDMC plays a previously unrecognized role in vertebrate, and in particular mammalian, spatial cognition. We suggest that the LDMC, in addition to providing a source of directional information, provides a spherical coordinate system that serves as an interface between directional and spatial perception.
Cryptochromes, a specialized class of photopigments involved in circadian rhythms and in a variety of non-visual light responses, are the only animal photopigments that form persistent spin-correlated RP intermediates and, thus, are proposed to play a central role in the LDMC.
Both cryptochromes, and the closely related photolyases that carry out blue-light-activated DNA repair, have a flavin chromophore, FAD/FADH, a highly conserved flavin-binding region, and an associated triad of tryptophan residues. According to one reaction scheme, absorption of short-wavelength light by the fully oxidized form of the flavin results in electron transfer from the triad of tryptophans to the flavin, forming a long-lived, spin-correlated, flavin–tryptophan RP that is initially in an overall singlet state [i.e. the spins of the unpaired electrons are antiparallel]. The change in charge distribution during RP formation may result in a conformational change in the cryptochrome protein, causing it to interact with other, as yet unidentified, signaling partners.
The birds and the bees they are wise to the lies (what do you know?)
So they took to the trees and took to the skies (what do you know?)
On top of the chain and safe from the rain (what do you know?)
Whatcha' know about the ways of the underside? (what do you know?)
Dr. Kirschvink's interest in biomagnetism began 20 years ago when he was an undergraduate at Caltech with a double major in biology and geology. In geology class, he was taught that magnetite is formed by geologic processes. One day his adviser, a biologist, handed him a primitive mollusk whose teeth contained large amounts of biologically formed magnetite. "The entire tongue plate will stick to an ordinary hand magnet," Dr. Kirschvink said. "It was the most fascinating thing I'd ever seen."
Soon afterward scientists stumbled on a family of bacteria that contain magnetosomes -- chains of biological bar magnets wrapped in a membrane. The bacteria use the earth's magnetic field to move up and down in the mud, searching for the right level of oxygen, Dr. Kirschvink said. Bacteria in the Northern Hemisphere are north-seeking. In the Southern Hemisphere, they are south-seeking. At the Equator, both kinds exist.
Magnetite, in minuscule amounts, was found all over the brain, said Dr. Kirschvink and his co-authors, his wife, Atsuko Kobayashi-Kirschvink, and Dr. Barbara J. Woodford of the University of Southern California. Most regions of the brain had five million magnetite crystals per gram of tissue. The tough membrane that covers the brain had 100 million crystals per gram. Each human brain on average contains seven billion particles of magnetite, weighing a total of one-millionth of an ounce.
Half of the brain tissue samples came from patients with Alzheimer's disease and half did not; Dr. Kirschvink believes these circumstances had no effect on his findings.
Magnetite interacts over a million times more strongly with external magnetic fields than any other biological material, Dr. Kirschvink said, including the iron in red blood cells. If only one cell in a million contains magnetite, he said, magnetic fields could exert an effect on the tissue.
For instance, if the magnetite were coupled to channels that let substances pass through cell membranes and the crystals began to oscillate during exposure to an external magnetic field, Dr. Kirschvink said, one could imagine all sorts of biological effects, including the promotion of cancer.
White House Orders Broader Access to Files About F.B.I. Informant
July 12, 2018 WASHINGTON — The White House has rebuffed concerns among American intelligence and law enforcement officials and ordered that more lawmakers be given access to classified information about an informant the F.B.I. used in 2016 to investigate possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia, according to two American officials with knowledge of the decision. Both the director of national intelligence and the director of the F.B.I. tried to keep the classified documents tightly restricted, fearing that a broader dissemination of operational reports and other sensitive material could lead to more leaks of detailed information about the role of the confidential F.B.I. informant.
A veteran of several Republican administrations, Mr. Halper has been a source of information to the C.I.A. and other American security agencies for several years, according to people familiar with his work for the government.
originally posted by: Lykan
It's not "Q" these people are trying to debunk, or prove wrong. That's not the motivation at all. It's obvious the MO is to demoralize and demotivate anyone interested in researching.
It's too late. We know. Regardless of Q we're motivated to make change. The citizen the taxpayer, the people, we're tired being taken advantage of by any means necessary.
This collective is no longer relegated to forums or Twitter. It's now mainstream thought to question everything. Q has won.
Enjoy the show.
Where we go one we go all.
Patriots the lot of you here. Forever grateful for everyone who has contributed positively.