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  1. What they found in Antarctica

    Definitely something going on in Antarctica.
  2. I have to say, it never sounded like "Russian extortionists" to me. '^^ That link is difficult to get working, my bad - new link: https://www.oneplace.com/ministries/insight-for-living/listen/depravity-on-parade-part-3-619138.html "When we watch the moral demise of our culture, it's tempting to feel completely defeated. When sacred institutions are dismantled in aim of tolerance. When government spending is borrowed against our future and, when leaders choose compromise over integrity, it truly feels like we're living in the end times. Today on Insight for Living, Chuck Swindoll teaches from Paul's second letter to Timothy: where these disheartening trends were predicted. And, even in the light of corruption that is so pervasive, we'll be reminded that God is still in control. Chuck titled today's message Depravity on Parade. *musical interlude* Realise this, that in the last days, extremely violent times will come. The term means hard, harsh. Hard to deal with. Vicious. Dangerous. Menacing. Men will be self-lovers. And look at the end, verse 4, rather than 'lover's of God' verse 2, 'money-lovers'. Verse 4, 'pleasure-lovers' rather than God lovers. 'Money-lovers': that's called 'materialism'. 'Pleasure-lovers' would be called 'hedonism'. Men and women, and teenagers will be boastful, arrogant! That is what we are! And, as a result of it, we boast. The next five in the list fall into 'domestic' category. The family life, look closely if you will, in fact, let me analyse the five words before we unload the comments about each one. See the words? 'Disobedient', 'ungrateful', 'unholy', 'unloving', 'irreconcilable'. Disobedient to perils, insolent, surly. 'Ungrateful' ... 'ungrateful', means, 'devoid of appreciation'. The third word is 'unholy'. It means the failure to possess the basic decencies of life. ... " The red bits are what was audible in the video provided and the orange bit is most likely what was playing at the beginning of the emergency alert, but was not recorded. The blue bit at the end is the broadcast transcript continued, which can be heard at the link provided. Such an oddity. Still so many questions.
  3. http://www.christianradio.com/ministry/insight-for-living/depravity-on-parade-part-3-619138.html Somehow a small chunk of this sermon got broadcasted, from the beginning (I can't seem to listen to any other but the most recent) - but how? And why? (Talks about being in end times, second letter to Timothy from Paul.)
  4. 'Brains' of the plant world

    Plants are definitely super creatures! I get very emotional when I'm gardening; I'm still learning and make mistakes for my poor herbs. Weed/hemp plants have been known to detect and defend against forest fires. The plants growing closest to the incoming fire will quickly grow tall and then die out, leaving a husk that is extremely fire retardant and resembling a natural wall. This prevents the fire from spreading in that direction, leaving the majority of plants safe and alive. They can communicate and defend: (https://hashem.com/5-ways-plants-defend-themselves/) "Dr. De Moraes and her colleagues did labeling experiments to clock a plant’s systemic response time and found that, in less than 20 minutes from the moment the caterpillar had begun feeding on its leaves, the plant had plucked carbon from the air and forged defensive compounds from scratch. Just because we humans can’t hear them doesn’t mean plants don’t howl. Some of the compounds that plants generate in response to insect mastication — their feedback, you might say — are volatile chemicals that serve as cries for help. Such airborne alarm calls have been shown to attract both large predatory insects like dragon flies, which delight in caterpillar meat, and tiny parasitic insects, which can infect a caterpillar and destroy it from within. Enemies of the plant’s enemies are not the only ones to tune into the emergency broadcast. 'Some of these cues, some of these volatiles that are released when a focal plant is damaged,' said Richard Karban of the University of California, Davis, 'cause other plants of the same species, or even of another species, to likewise become more resistant to herbivores.' ... Dr. Hilker and her colleagues, as well as other research teams, have found that certain plants can sense when insect eggs have been deposited on their leaves and will act immediately to rid themselves of the incubating menace. They may sprout carpets of tumorlike neoplasms to knock the eggs off, or secrete ovicides to kill them, or sound the S O S. Reporting in The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Dr. Hilker and her coworkers determined that when a female cabbage butterfly lays her eggs on a brussels sprout plant and attaches her treasures to the leaves with tiny dabs of glue, the vigilant vegetable detects the presence of a simple additive in the glue, benzyl cyanide. Cued by the additive, the plant swiftly alters the chemistry of its leaf surface to beckon female parasitic wasps. Spying the anchored bounty, the female wasps in turn inject their eggs inside, the gestating wasps feed on the gestating butterflies, and the plant’s problem is solved. Here’s the lurid Edgar Allan Poetry of it: that benzyl cyanide tip-off had been donated to the female butterfly by the male during mating. 'It’s an anti-aphrodisiac pheromone, so that the female wouldn’t mate anymore,' Dr. Hilker said. 'The male is trying to ensure his paternity, but he ends up endangering his own offspring.'" Some more reading if interested. ^^ (Sorry for the snarky Cracked article, it is well informed though.) http://www.healthguidance.org/entry/8194/1/Plants-Defend-Themselves-Chemically.html http://www.cracked.com/article_19456_8-things-you-wont-believe-plants-do-when-no-ones-looking.html
  5. Well, we all were going to anyways.
  6. Finger's crossed it's real. There is one depicting an alien figure piloting what looks like a ship! http://www.collective-evolution.com/2017/09/15/astonishing-updates-on-the-potential-alien-body-unearthed-in-nazca-peru-unlike-anything-weve-ever-found/ A lot has happened! It's getting very interesting.
  7. That was always my opinion too: we'd be able to see it if such a thing existed and it was indeed so close. But, to then play the devil's advocate, NASA goes and releases information about the super hot exoplanet WASP 12b - which I'm going to go ahead and nickname planet "Vantablack". https://www.spacetelescope.org/news/heic1714/ "The results were surprising, explains lead author Taylor Bell, a Master’s student in astronomy at McGill University who is affiliated with the Institute for Research on Exoplanets: 'The measured albedo of WASP-12b is 0.064 at most. This is an extremely low value, making the planet darker than fresh asphalt!' ... WASP-12b orbits the Sun-like star WASP-12A, about 1400 light-years away, and since its discovery in 2008 it has become one of the best studied exoplanets (opo1354, opo1015, opo1436, heic1524). With a radius almost twice that of Jupiter and a year of just over one Earth day, WASP-12b is categorised as a hot Jupiter. Because it is so close to its parent star, the gravitational pull of the star has stretched WASP-12b into an egg shape and raised the surface temperature of its daylight side to 2600 degrees Celsius." This planet is not Planet X because it is 1400 light years away; it does emphasize, however, that such a thing could exist right under our noses. Its extremely low albedo makes the planet nearly invisible. I do maintain that if there was a planet nearby, it would be showing obvious affects to our planet, those around us, and the sun. One could argue that we are currently experiencing such effects. But that would suggest that long before such a planet did get close enough, we would already be destroyed due to a CME and/or mega earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. I guess it serves a good reminder that anything could happen at any moment, and you're only as prepared for it as you are in this moment. Predictions never really made sense to me because they only gain credence after the fact - but in other news: another CME was realized by the spots currently facing away from Earth. By the 23rd however, Earth will be back in the crosshairs.
  8. Screenshots: https://gfycat.com/gifs/detail/CircularWeightyDingo https://gfycat.com/gifs/detail/WearyAthleticAdouri
  9. https://earth.google.com/web/@-66.62238452,92.64869416,59.02411935a,724.22576532d,35y,-172.858301h,0.25166006t,0r I found a thing, and I think it looks too square to be natural.
  10. Fat Acceptence

    @Lucy Barnable Rightly so! @Cinnamon Yeaa, not a fan of the doctor's either but, I've promised myself I'll go if I'm underweight. ^^ I'm young and active, probably just over reacting to stress. Thanks guys.
  11. Fat Acceptence

    I noticed that too! Can't be both. But what really grinds my gears is "fat-shaming" is a no-no, but us skinny girls? "Shame, shame, shame!" I don't know what happened to my body, but I just lost about a third of my body weight suddenly over the course of about a year. While at first I was cool with the weight loss because I was overweight at 87kg and 166cm, I began to worry when it didn't stop and I found myself nearing a measly 55kg. I even try to open my mouth to some of my friends and they hush me saying I should be happy! I can't get a hug from my mother in-law without a comment about how skinny I am, and that I should eat more. No. I shouldn't. I eat, plenty - believe me, it doesn't help. And just because I'm skinny doesn't mean I'm healthy - but I guarantee you being overweight isn't. Rant over.
  12. Mm, good choice! Wild camping is legal in Norway, which allows you to camp anywhere and everywhere! Insert fun hitchhiker's story about camping at a petrol station for the evening as we made our way north. ^^
  13. Hurricane Irma giving gifts!

    Videos in reverse a fun. http://tinypic.com/r/8zl5xg/9
  14. Won't be long before its facing us again. Maaan all this technology that we have, giving us so much information; the words "the more I know, the more I know nothing" grow more and more accurate.
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