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posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 11:49 AM
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Ha, the irony. I was looking for this thread today but could`nt remember the name of it, and sure enough, up it pops on recent topics all of a sudden.

Anyway, I`m sceptical about islands moving, but, though I almost loathe to say it, I always had the memory of New Zealand being off the North-East of Australia, I had a globe and Atlas when I was young and would often study the shapes and locations of land masses.

Anyway, that made me think about the North and South Poles, because I remember there being a solid ice Northern Polar continent, and I may just be recalling my memory wrong, but there isn`t now.

ice cap

no ice cap

ice cap
no ice cap


THats just a few contradicting examples.

Now, maybe I`m misunderstanding these maps, but I have always had the impression there was definitely an ice cap on the top of the world.

I mean, had the entire north pole melted, I would remember, and we would still be subject to the effects of that happening.

Help me out here people, am I just missing something here?

Oh...Mellisamouse is uber hot.




posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 11:50 AM
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double post

[edit on 29-6-2010 by psilo simon]



posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 12:11 PM
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I agree on the ice caps thing too.... and Thank ya!!!!



teeheeeheee for my second line!



posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 12:23 PM
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Originally posted by psilo simon
Ha, the irony. I was looking for this thread today but could`nt remember the name of it, and sure enough, up it pops on recent topics all of a sudden.


Now that is some synchronistic stuff right there!!!!
Cool.



posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 12:30 PM
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Ok for those of you who think sulu died, and came back at some point.

i can assure you he has been alive the entire time in "my reality"
he is the guest announcer on howard stern periodically over the last 4 years, also he starred in the tv show "heros"

as well as carrying on an ongoing fued with william shatner for the past 30 some odd years.

respectfully,
~meathead



posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 12:46 PM
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How funny...He died not so very long ago either. Was it just last autumn or so? I can't recall exactly. I didn't think I'd need to, actually.
Just goes to show, doesn't it?



posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 12:54 PM
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I had a weird timeline shift thing here.

A local semi-famous guy here died. My husband sent me the newspaper link. I was like "I thought he died a few years back, killed himself?" My husband said, Nah, he just died this weekend.

So I check the newspaper article, said he died, foulplay not suspected.

Few days later, someone out in town is talking about it, and says he killed himself.

It's just too weird. What else is weird is that this guy was very visible - you saw him all over town, but I really don't recall seeing him at all in the years since I thought he died.

My husband is like, Nah, I see him out running all the time.

I was like "woah, this is one of those weird ATS timeline shift thingies."



posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 01:21 PM
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lol, yeah your youtube vids are good, if somewhat distracting, in a good way



Anyway, I digress. So you think the same about the north pole? OK, so I`m not alone in this thought then. Still, if there are anyothers on here who have the same suspicion about the north pole please speak up.

It kind of reminds of a Star Trek Next Generation episode, I can`t remember which one, but the enterprise goes through some anomaly and re-emerges in a different reality in which the Enterprise and the whole Federation are at war with the Romulans, and it`s been that way for years, all the crew are warriors and the whole mission is no longer exploratory but geared to all out war. Guinan (Whoopie Goldberg) senses something is`nt right and tries to get Captain Picard to realise the federation shouldn`t be at war and that something has happened to the natural sequence of events. Needless to say it all gets sorted.

Quite similar to the subject matter of this thread anyway, with people getting the "hunch" things are askew.



posted on Jun, 29 2010 @ 01:24 PM
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Yep, these little occurences are cool. They make me feelmore alive to be honest, less, seperate, if you get me.



posted on Jul, 1 2010 @ 12:12 AM
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I loved that star trek episode, or was it one of the movies???

and you watched my vids too!!!!
thanks!
All blushing and giddy over here, lol...



posted on Jul, 1 2010 @ 02:07 PM
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Originally posted by mellisamouse
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I loved that star trek episode, or was it one of the movies???

and you watched my vids too!!!!
thanks!
All blushing and giddy over here, lol...


For the love of Mike, would you two get a room already?



posted on Jul, 1 2010 @ 02:32 PM
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I started noticing something similar about a month ago.
Its a subtle feeling, just...annoying.
Like...the taos hum.



posted on Jul, 1 2010 @ 08:04 PM
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Pretty sure it was an episode, all my TNG are in a drawer, it would take ages to figure out which one exactly it was, but it is dead similar to this thread.


Your into star trek!! woohoo, this gets better & better!



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 04:10 AM
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You all should try to read Jack Finneys' "From Time to Time" and "Time and Again". It's not only very interesting reading but also very close to this subject of forgotten timelines which you can barely remember.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 04:24 AM
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I remember that TNG episode. I believe it was called "Yesterday's Enterprise." I think that was Denise Crosby's first cameo since leaving the series after the first season.


 
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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 11:51 AM
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Nice one Duckman, thats the very one
When I read threads like this, it makes me wonder of little hints of the truth are alluded to in popular SciFi.


OhNo! That just put me in the mood for some season 7, but tvshack.net has been rumbled by the feds!

Dull yin.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 01:42 PM
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This thread will be 2 years old in a few days. Yet, it reads like one continuous thread even though it has been inactive for weeks or months at a time. Now, I was pretty involved in it in the beginning, but shortly after my last post in August 2008, I had to pack every thing for a move from Corpus to New York. Since we moved up here, things have seemed to go back to normal. The vision problems I mentioned have been diagnosed as silent migraines and I haven’t noticed any vibrations since leaving Texas.

In 1966, ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ debuted on TV. The character of the Jabberwocky was played by Jack Palance. My mom and I loved this and from then on always referred to Jack as the jabberwocky. In the summer of 2005, I visited with my mom and we talked about how sad it was that the jabberwocky was dead. This was over 10 years after City Slickers 2, so no; we didn’t get his death mixed up with the first movie. My mom passed away in February 2006. Now imagine my shock when I found out that Jack Palance died in November of 2006!

This is only one of the ‘died twice’ actors that I know of. Then there is the televised shooting of Oswald. I was home that Sunday morning, taking care of a sick younger sibling while the rest of the family attended church. I was about 10 years old. I distinctly remember hearing Ruby say “Take that, you son of a b---h!” Now you may hear that word on TV now days, but not in 1966! So it really made an impression on me to hear a ‘bad word’ on TV in the 60s. Thing is, that’s the only time I ever heard him say that.

Now, I could say that my memories are flawed. Maybe my mom and I had somehow mixed Jack Palance with someone else. Maybe my 10 year old mind was trying to make sense of a traumatic event. I just don’t know. But yesterday my hubby and I were discussing people who had passed on. He was adamant that Billy Graham had passed away. I told him that Billy was indeed alive. He then demanded to know if Billy Graham wasn't dead then why did they televise his funeral. I tried to explain it was his wife, Ruth but I don't think he believed me.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 05:49 PM
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When (if he is dead) did Richard Pryor die.

Iv`e had this argument with friends, they dont think he is dead, I think he is.

If he is, when did he die?

For the sake of this thread, I`m not going to check online about him till I get a response here, I`d be interested to hear what gets said .



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 06:03 PM
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Originally posted by psilo simon
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lol, yeah your youtube vids are good, if somewhat distracting, in a good way



Anyway, I digress. So you think the same about the north pole? OK, so I`m not alone in this thought then. Still, if there are anyothers on here who have the same suspicion about the north pole please speak up.


Hi, I'm just jumping into this thread....may I ask what was dicussed about the north pole?

I have observed the fact that something seems to have changed on current maps (google etc.) regarding the far north regions of our planet for sure.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 06:08 PM
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Yes, Richard Pryor is dead. Died December 10, 2005. He had just turned 65.

I knew he was dead but I googled it anyway.
www.findadeath.com...



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