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Originally posted by Raider of Truth
We still got like 249,000 of these cables to go only 1018+ have been released.
Originally posted by dizasterus
Hey peeps =) first time poster, long time believer.. this is for sure one of the best years for any truth seeker.
now the russian doll wallpaper
IMO a file structure of sorts maybe?!?
Originally posted by stonedgolfer
reply to post by misfitofscience
Dude it's not really a photo of earth, if that was the case forget about the rectangle thing we need to do somethin because the whole #in planet is melting.
Originally posted by onehuman
The second one I am curious about the open box with the circular thing in it. Behind the Bilderberg. What might that be?
The casing (shown transparent) could be Bismuth Iodide or some other high-energy photon shield.
Using a single device to produce this effect is not very useful by itself, but, if we align many discs as illustrated in the pictures below, we will have a device that has polarity, that is, we can "drag" space-time through the center of the device, causing a compression on one side and a stretch on the other side. The reason this will work is that the gravitic effect decreases geometrically with the distance from the source of the effect, so the combined effect is much greater near the axis of symmetry at the center of the array where the elements are closer together than at the outer sections where they are further apart.
Originally posted by Griffo
reply to post by Khaaaaaan!!
Regarding the Hookah
Could have something to do with the illegality of cannabis? Or the real reason why it was made illegal
The origin of Hookah smoking can be dated millennia back and its initial traces have been found in the North Western provinces of India alongside the border of Pakistan in the state of Rajasthan and Gujarat. According to Cyril Elgood (PP.41, 110) who does not mention his source, it was in India where Hakim Abu’l-Fatḥ Gīlānī (d. 1588), an Iranian physician at the court of the Mughal emperor Akbar I (1542 - 1605 AD) invented the idea. Following the European introduction of tobacco to India, Hakim Abul Fateh Gilani a descendant of Abdul-Qadir Gilani came from Gilan, a province in the north of Iran, to India. He later became a physician in the court of Mughal and raised concerns after smoking tobacco became popular among Indian noblemen. He subsequently envisaged a system which allowed smoke to be passed through water in order to be 'purified'. Gilani introduced the ḡalyān after Asad Beg, the ambassador of Bijapur, encouraged Akbar to take up smoking. Following popularity among noblemen, this new device for smoking soon became a status symbol for the Indian aristocracy and gentry.
Originally posted by Vandalour
Originally posted by malfy
Originally posted by BrokenCar
reply to post by Vandalour
Yeah I've been trying to figure that out.
Would you say thats Russian?edit on 12/9/2010 by BrokenCar because: (no reason given)
I don't think it's russian. To me it looks like Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the turkish republic. I'm not 100% sure though.
Good job Malfy...
Looks much alike...
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (Turkish pronunciation: [musˈtafa ceˈmal ataˈtyɾk]; indeterminate, 1881–10 November 1938) was a Turkish army officer, revolutionary statesman, writer, and founder of the Republic of Turkey, as well as the first Turkish President. Atatürk was a military officer during World War I. Following the defeat of the Ottoman Empire in WWI, he led the Turkish national movement in the Turkish War of Independence. Having established a provisional government in Ankara, he defeated the forces sent by the Allies. His military campaigns gained Turkey independence. Atatürk then embarked upon a program of political, economic, and cultural reforms, seeking to transform the former Ottoman Empire into a modern and secular nation-state. The principles of Atatürk's reforms, upon which modern Turkey was established, are referred to as Kemalism.