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Answering All Questions!

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posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 09:22 PM
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I got a question. Who is after Iraq's oil besides China, the U.S, and UK?

Edit: Also how long have these oil deals been going on?


Petroleum is a major necessity for industrialized nations, and also the most profitable substance in the world (Considering Volume)

Multinational Corporations are the major purchaser of international oil.

Such as the Various Corporations that once made up the "Standard Oil Company", a Rockefeller founded oil conglomerate that was dissolved into the dozen or so oil companies that we know today.

In addition the the other nations that you mentioned, Russia, and India have a large scale Industrial economy, and pursue petroleum to meet their needs.

The Chase for oil started with the Standard Oil Company, founded by Rockefeller, I would suggest starting your search for information there.

en.wikipedia.org...

-Edrick




posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 09:52 PM
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anyway, next question: I know a lot of soldiers personally who are serving not just their first but some on their second tours over in Iraq and Afghanistan SO... when are our boys coming home?


I answered a question similar to this on page 4.

Please check for your answer there.

-Edrick



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 10:03 PM
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What does the color brown mean?

[edit on 17-1-2010 by SpiritHipHop]



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 10:32 PM
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Ok edrick, Im back for more.

Two questions. I would like to know:

-If other conscious beings exist on other planets and/or moons "within" our solar system?

-If we really landed on the moon, and found something we shouldn't have?

Myself, as well as many others, have only NASA to tell us what is out there and we never actually seen these places in person, with our own eyes. I believe that NASA and the gov are filtering their discoveries to the public.

Can you confirm my suspicions?



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 11:51 PM
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What does the color brown mean?


Brown, as a color, is a mixture of orange, red, rose, and yellow with black and Grey.

Brown, is merely a perception that is a darker contrast of another similar mix of colors, with a lighter hue.

Brown, the Color, MEANS the mix of colors that I described.

Brown, is not an actual spectral color, but a mix of spectral colors, of low intensity.

-Edrick



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 11:54 PM
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Originally posted by Edrick
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The pyramids are Bragging Rights.


Designed as tombs to hold dead kings.

There are MANY speculations on *WHAT* the pyramids could be used for, but absolutely EVER SINGLE purpose that is hypothesized, could be completed in a MUCH SMALLER SCALE, much quicker, and more efficiently.

The purpose of the Tomb is to say to the world "I AM AWESOME" for centuries into the future.

-Edrick



I didn't think any of the pyramids (at least the great 3) contained any bodies?

So how is it a tomb?



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 11:58 PM
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Why is it that no one here predicted the earthquake that hit Haiti?



posted on Jan, 18 2010 @ 12:02 AM
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-If other conscious beings exist on other planets and/or moons "within" our solar system?


There have been many reports of Alien space fleets orbiting Saturn, readying themselves for an "Unveiling"

Supposed video clips of these ships have been found on Youtube:




-If we really landed on the moon, and found something we shouldn't have?


"WE" as in humanity, HAS landed on the moon.

We have never learned the whole truth about what "WE" found, and also, the EXTENT of the lunar program.

Neil Armstrong alluded to this much on the 25th anniversary of the moon landing:



-Edrick



posted on Jan, 18 2010 @ 12:02 AM
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How many of the answers to the questions have you googled?



posted on Jan, 18 2010 @ 12:04 AM
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How many of the answers to the questions have you googled?


At least 60%



Although Google, for me is usually a secondary source of information, or method of corroborating other sources.

The process of answering questions is more often than not, knowing HOW to ask the question, than it is in having simple Google access.

Many of the questions posted to this thread require much knowledge about many different fields, and as such, their answers do not exist, as such, on the internet.

And just for honesty's sake, I did not have to use Google to answer this question.



-Edrick

[edit on 18-1-2010 by Edrick]



posted on Jan, 18 2010 @ 12:06 AM
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I didn't think any of the pyramids (at least the great 3) contained any bodies?

So how is it a tomb?


Grave robbers sometimes remove corpses from the tomb.

Bodies are sometimes relocated to secret tombs for purposes of preventing the theft of the corpse, etc, etc, etc...

-Edrick



posted on Jan, 18 2010 @ 12:24 AM
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Lets say you’re in the jungle, desert. What is the least amount of water and food a person can consume without dying. The persons weight is around 155 lb.



posted on Jan, 18 2010 @ 12:49 AM
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Lets say you’re in the jungle, desert. What is the least amount of water and food a person can consume without dying. The persons weight is around 155 lb.


The typical human requires at least 1-2 liter of water per day, in a normal environment.

Increases in body water loss require an increase in water consumption to alleviate these effects.

The amount of water lost by the body is typically altered by two factors:

Humidity

and

Temperature


Increased temperature causes the body to lose more water than normal, and increased humidity causes the body to lose less water than normal.

In a desert environment, one should consume 2.5-3.5 liters per day.

In a hot, humid jungle environment, 2 liters should suffice.

"An ordinary standard for diverse persons is 1 milliliter for each calorie of food. Most of this quantity is contained in prepared foods."
-Food and Nutrition Board of the National Research Council

During high-intensity exercise, a person can lose up to 2.0 liters of water per hour, although 1 liter per hour is more common.

So, water consumption is dependent upon exertion levels also.

-Edrick



posted on Jan, 18 2010 @ 12:59 PM
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Hey Edrick you missed one:

Why is it that no one here predicted the earthquake that hit Haiti?



posted on Jan, 18 2010 @ 08:21 PM
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when will you tire of ansering this thread?

what is the meaning of this? "If you immediately know the candle light is fire, the meal was cooked a long time ago"

how can i empty two 3 pint containers of water of different colour in to a 10 pint bucket at the same time and then get the water back in the original containers unmixed?

a cabin in the woods is full of dead people. How did they die?

a father and son are out climbing and fall the father dies at the seane,the son is rushed to hospital, the on call surgion sees the boys face and says i can not operate on this boy he is my son.how can this be?

oh and two from my dad, if ya don`t mind

what bankrputed the polmaise family of scotland?

what do you call a baby sea trout?

more to come i`ve got to see you be wrong



posted on Jan, 18 2010 @ 08:40 PM
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Why is it that no one here predicted the earthquake that hit Haiti?


No one asked me.

(Second line is Technically Correct)



-Edrick



posted on Jan, 18 2010 @ 08:58 PM
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I wasn't expecting that answer.



posted on Jan, 18 2010 @ 10:04 PM
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when will you tire of ansering this thread?


I can sleep when I'm dead.


what is the meaning of this? "If you immediately know the candle light is fire, the meal was cooked a long time ago"


This quote was expressed by an "Enlightened" monk to Daniel Jackson in Stargate SG-1 (Season 3, Episode 20, "Maternal Instinct")

The conversation between Daniel Jackson and the Monk was in regards to Daniels dead wife's Child.

Daniel was telling the monk that he promised to keep the boy safe.

The monk asked Daniel Jackson if he was sure the boy would be safe with him.

Daniel replied that he knew the boy would be safe.

To which, the monk replied with the quote you asked about.

The monk was attempting to convey that Daniels "Knowledge" of the boys safety was premature, and if he already "Knew" that the boy would be safe with him, then his mind was closed to other possibilities.

Hence, "If you immediately know the candle light is fire, the meal was cooked long ago"

"The candle light is fire", was Daniels presumption of the boys safety in his care.

The "Meal was cooked long ago" was Daniels mind, in that it was already made up on the matter.

The monk was basically saying: "You presume to know too much, when you know so little"


how can i empty two 3 pint containers of water of different colour in to a 10 pint bucket at the same time and then get the water back in the original containers unmixed?


You pour one of the colors of water into the bucket, and then you freeze it.

You pour the other colored water into the bucket.

Now both are in the bucket, and both can be removed without mixing.


a cabin in the woods is full of dead people. How did they die?


The cabin was an airplane cabin, they died in a plane crash.


a father and son are out climbing and fall the father dies at the seane,the son is rushed to hospital, the on call surgion sees the boys face and says i can not operate on this boy he is my son.how can this be?


The doctor is the Boys mother.


what bankrputed the polmaise family of scotland?


The Coal mines in the Area of Sterling were closed.


what do you call a baby sea trout?


IT is an alvelin before the yolksack has been exhausted, and a Fry after that, until it matures slightly to acquire a brownish camoflage texture, at which point it is called a parr, after about 3 years, it acquires a silvery color and is known as a smolt, after that it is no longer a juevenile.

-Edrick



posted on Jan, 19 2010 @ 01:44 AM
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While conversating with my girlfriend the other day, i was informed that i will not be getting her lovely lady lumps

this alliteration eludes me... what is a lovely lady lump?

Im not sure, but i believe it is located somewhere "in the back and in the front"... hope that helps



posted on Jan, 19 2010 @ 01:50 AM
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How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck beer?



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