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shoorick



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Adam Kachwalla wrote:
How to protect your electronic equipment against an EMP attack

use relays and vacuum tubes Wink

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Or an abacus, pencil and paper.
Post 15 Sep 2008, 12:23
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How come that didn't work in the Matrix?

For the foil, I guess there was a shortage. Zionists really had hard times down there, you know? Just look at their shanty cells, rusty hovercrafts, old rags and worn-out sandals!
As for the cage, I guess its walls were compromised by multiple cracks caused by the drilling machines and that noisy party they had in Reloaded Laughing .


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use relays and vacuum tubes

Or an abacus, pencil and paper.

Very good ideas!
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use lego or mecanos.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calculator#1900s_to_1960s
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sleepsleep
if the ocean level rises, countries especially located near seabed level would get flood for sure.

if the country is nearly swap away by flood, would they race war towards neighbour country that on the higher ground?

i actually saw this in my dream today during nap, and after woke up, it seems there is a big possibilities this could happen in our lifetime.
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sleepsleep wrote:
if the ocean level rises, countries especially located near seabed level would get flood for sure.

if the country is nearly swap away by flood, would they race war towards neighbour country that on the higher ground?

i actually saw this in my dream today during nap, and after woke up, it seems there is a big possibilities this could happen in our lifetime.

Now i'm worried what you've been smoking :<

The world might not end in war, perhaps its going to end because the intersteller highway going to be built by the Vogons.

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ManOfSteel



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The world might not end in war, perhaps its going to end because the intersteller highway going to be built by the Vogons.

Hehe. What a coincidence! I was just listening to the HHGTTG BBC radio broadcasts 10 minutes ago.
Post 07 Feb 2009, 17:04
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Floods haven't held us back in the past - we humans have a tendency to try to live places we were not designed/intended to live. It wouldn't surprise me one bit if we decided to build an underwater city for instance. Laughing We put the birds in cages and the people in the air.

It's almost like we couldn't handle it in the forest and we exhausted the cave resources, so then we tear down the forest and build better caves. If it floods too bad we can destroy the oceans somehow and build better caves!
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Anyone watched "The Day the Earth Stood Still"?
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sleepsleep
bring this thread up Smile coz north korea is trying to fuck the world lately.
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sleep^2 wrote:
...coz north korea is trying to fuck the world lately


I emphatically disagree, both with this sentiment, and with the following Wiki nonsense:
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Nevertheless, In 1905, Japanese forced Korea to sign the Eulsa Treaty making Korea a protectorate, and in 1910 annexed Korea, although neither is considered to be legally valid.[4] Korean resistance to the Japanese occupation was manifested in the massive nonviolent March 1st Movement of 1919. Thereafter the Korean liberation movement, coordinated by the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in exile, was largely active in neighboring Manchuria, China and Siberia.

With the defeat of Japan in 1945, the United Nations developed plans for a trusteeship administration by the Soviet Union and the United States, but the plan was soon abandoned. In 1948, new governments were established, the democratic South Korea and Communist North Korea divided at the 38th parallel. The unresolved tensions of the division surfaced in the Korean war of 1950, when North Korea invaded South Korea.

The Korean Communist Party, like its Chinese counterpart, began in the early parts of the 20th century. By the 1920's two attempts had been made to establish a communist party, but without success. After defeat of the Japanese, the entire Korean nation in 1945 would have supported the only group of Koreans who had dared to defy the Japanese during the preceding half century of occupation, i.e. the communists, but for the intervention of USA, exactly as happened in Viet Nam in 1956. It is the USA, not the communist party of Korea, which was responsible for the split of Korea into "north" and "south".

The tyranny seen in the Northern half of Korea today is a simple manifestation of the isolation imposed upon the "north" by the USA. If the USA withdrew, the whole of Korea would be unified, under the control of the "communist" party, in about ten minutes. Just as the Chinese Communist party, another fascist group, in no way reflects the dreams and desires of the original founders, so to, the Korean Communist Party today, is an aberration, but their feeble attempts to gain world recognition, by firing missiles and so on, is nothing more than a propaganda show. They do not represent any kind of threat to anyone, certainly, not to the world as a whole.

I am a bit surprised that a guy from another country in Asia that had been overrun by the Japanese, and suffered somewhat under that illegal occupation, would then be so harsh in his assessment of poor Korea, which has been under occupation by two different alien forces for more than a century. The suffering of the Korean people is way beyond grotesque, "holocaust", or savagery. The Koreans lay legitimate claim to being the world's most oppressed people, in my opinion.

I give them a lot of credit, standing up to their traditional enemies (China and Russia) as well as their barbarian invaders (USA), and their most hated, and feared opponent, Japan.

In Malaysia, perhaps the indigenous inhabitants have been killed, replaced by Muslim invaders from Southwest Asia--who knows why Malaysians could be so indifferent to the plight of other Asians, unless those Korean Buddhists are viewed, in the traditional Judaic/Christian/Muslim fashion, as inferior beings.
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fu** in this context is, north korea trying to stirs up something.

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but their feeble attempts to gain world recognition, by firing missiles and so on, is nothing more than a propaganda show.



http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/may/25/north-korea-hiroshima-nuclear-test

North Korea tests nuclear weapon 'as powerful as Hiroshima bomb'
Country risks further international isolation as underground nuclear explosion triggers earthquake
Post 30 May 2009, 12:30
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tom tobias wrote:
They do not represent any kind of threat to anyone, certainly, not to the world as a whole.
Yeah, who cares about a few nukes dropped on South Korea and Japan. Certainly not "anyone".

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So far the only one crazy enough to use nuclear weapons in a war, have been the USA.

BTW: I really like what the person that dropped the first nuke from the Enola Gay said after dropping it.. "O my God, what have we done.". It describes the moment perfectly.
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The unresolved tensions of the division surfaced in the Korean war of 1950, when North Korea invaded South Korea.

Well, I do happen to own couple of 50s communist propaganda books, that cite quite a few pieces of evidence suggesting it was other way around. Of course both sides loved to invent evidence, especially in 50s, but for some reason I still haven't heard western explanation of most of this evidence. I admit I haven't yet studied this problem in depth, but I personally wouldn't be repeating claim about NK invading SK first so confidently.

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The tyranny seen in the Northern half of Korea today is a simple manifestation of the isolation imposed upon the "north" by the USA.

Far from being anti-communist, I wouldn't blame US intervention/invasion/peace-mission to Korea for all that North Korean gov did. Communists, especially in late 40s and early 50s, always were extremely cruel, putting tens of thousands of people to concentration camps, killing hundreds, etc. It was in big part pressure from Soviet Union, but in considerable part also the communist ideology itself, which since rise of bolshevism (Lenin) openly called for immediate physical liquidation of masses of people (as the only realistic way to create socialism). And of this, only the most extreme stalinist branch survived into 40s as realistic option (Yugoslavia being only exception I know of). Such ideology also gave US a valid humane rationale for pressing on communists, to stop its spread in US's own sphere of influence. And such pressing of course forced communists to be even more cruel etc. etc. It was graduation by both parts, not just by US.
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or you could get aging, from John McCain....a germ used on us all in war...was a booger in our throat when we sing.
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sleepsleep
war equal changes, huge changes,

all these energies should be focused on building outer space fleet,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_catastrophic_risks

it needs lots of support from souls to abide core values instead of religion, and propagate these values into bigger snowball.
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why was my most informational post removed?

knee jerk reflexes doesnt work.. it is the best to post it here what i have posted. because u think that game theories and o forth were not developed? they were in the usa at least.. for instance also by a person called Joseph Neumann and others.

u think that it was not considered by anyone that smaller things then the human can see maybe used eventualyl to silently take over others? as humans apparently have mechanics similar to wich can be created when they created puppets.

.. human was small so there is the possibility of small mechanics.

the post u removed from here must be put back here...
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it supplies vital information about what the truth is.
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what posts?
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