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05-10-2012, 03:04 PM #901
Octo Mother Superior
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iagree.gif We've posted about them before on this thread. Let's hope it's one of those uhoh.gif
05-10-2012, 03:41 PM #902
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(05-10-2012, 03:00 PM)Shadow Wrote:  I think it's a reisetomate tomato.


13.gif Huh? Well, that's not going to do much for the blogger's credibility now is it?

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05-10-2012, 03:45 PM #903
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
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chuckle.gif nope
05-10-2012, 04:03 PM #904
Kreeper Griobhtha
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What's really ƒükkêd up is that they probably ate the other three tomatoes because they look fine.


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And the people bowed and prayed
To the neon god they made
05-12-2012, 11:48 PM #905
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(05-09-2012, 09:49 PM)Kreeper Wrote:  
(04-28-2012, 05:54 PM)Shadow Wrote:  from the vid

Quote:they have steel jacks under the building

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Seismicity standards rate the building at a zero, meaning even a small earthquake could send it into a heap of rubble.

http://theintelhub.com/2012/04/27/fukush...-a-thread/


I was just reading that site and had a few thoughts.

That's not funny Shadow... bored.gif

If TSHTF Australia will be the new world leader. Seriously, the northern hemisphere will be gone and who else in the southern hemisphere can compete with them? Brazil? Certainly none of the African countries can.

That site, and others, advertises seeds and survival gear, etc. Why? What good will seeds do you if the soil is contaminates with radiation for 10,000 years? Iodine, magnesium, clay, all that radiation protection is useless if you can't eat.

The seed bank...

Bushes et al buying lots of land in the southern hemisphere...

No one trying to help Japan with a potential extinction causing issue...

12/21//12...


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Australia - I was there for over a year. The police and government are tough. Many people consider it a quickening nanny state. It is a unique country. When I was there Queensland suffered from really bad weather that wasted most of the banana crops. Before the cyclone Bananas were a couple of dollars for four or five. After the cyclone I paid six dollars for two. The authorities refused to import any bananas to deal with the crises. That speaks volumes about how the government views itself.

I can see by your coat my friend you're from the other side. Just one thing I got to know. Who won?
05-13-2012, 01:45 PM #906
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Interesting as well the Bushes purchased that land in South America long before the current Fukushima crises. Were they privy to knowledge of a depopulation event? Frightening times we live in, not so awful in Europe at the moment but if reactor 4 collapses due to an earthquake that could be a real nightmarish game changer.
I hate to even contemplate the possibilities. sad2.gif

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05-13-2012, 03:17 PM #907
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This idea of a northern hemisphere demise whether through Fukushima, economic collapse or even the yellow stone super volcano has built up so much pace in the last ten years. Perhaps a preparation for the human mind so that when it happens in whatever form it will not seem so sensational to those that live. I have always suspected that if world depopulation was to occur then it would have to be the northern hemisphere because that is the vast area with the vast amount of people (china, india, us, europe). Many of these countries are entering a period where there are too many older people within their societies (bar India) thus increasing social welfare. Australia is often regarded as a young country by it's population, something that is promoted by each government there. Every job is controlled with courses such as R.S.A's even for basic barwork. This system set up there with regards to work allows for more culpability on the worker and less opportunity to sue should complications in the workplace arrive. They have a tough welfare programme too. The Southern Hemisphere does not need to rely on resources as places like Australia has it all. Plus there is an extra bonus too as 1 in 3 people contract cancer in Australia (a natural population control). Water is also well controlled even though there are vast underground reservoirs.

In Australia one can have four to five food harvests a year compared to just one or two in England. Is it more expensive to keep people warm or to keep them cool? If one applies solar energy then it is far cheaper to run air cons in almost permanent bright Australian sun than to power heating systems in England. The Northern Hemisphere is the burden on the world. Too many people, too much inefficiency, too much cost, too costly to fix, too ingrained.

If something like Fukishima becomes serious then all we are left with is South America, South Africa and the new world leader - Australia. Three zones with more than enough resources and very few people. One final point - Mr David Rothschild arrived by a plastic boat to Sydney last year and is still there. He bought a nice vineyard in New Zealand.

I can see by your coat my friend you're from the other side. Just one thing I got to know. Who won?
05-13-2012, 06:57 PM #908
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(05-13-2012, 03:17 PM)misterbumps Wrote:  1 in 3 people contract cancer in Australia (a natural population control).

That's a startling statistic, those numbers are ungodly high. I was not aware of this at all, what is going on there that makes the cancer rates so astronomically high?

Quote: One final point - Mr David Rothschild arrived by a plastic boat to Sydney last year and is still there. He bought a nice vineyard in New Zealand.

gaah.gif Can't stand the guy, don't know if you're familiar with what he said to Alex Jones about global warming.

Here's a brief transcript of the exchange.

ALEX JONES: "The polar icecaps of Mars are receding at several miles a year, much faster than ours and that the moons of Saturn and Jupiter are melting, in fact several of their moons were ice and are now liquid seas - how are SUV's causing that David Rothschild?

ROTHSCHILD: "Because those planets are closer to the sun, my friend."
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Perhaps not the sharpest knife in the drawer.

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05-13-2012, 07:30 PM #909
misterbumps Member
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hi there!

yeah 1 in 3. It's mainly skin cancer. Australia has patchy Ozone protection. My friend has had eight moles taken out him and he's only twenty four years old. When I was there I wore factor fifty although apparantly I read somewhere that sun cream contains carcinogens!. In the Northern Territory the sun burns hard. That statistic - 1 in 3 comes from the Australian Medical Board so who knows if it is accurate or not but having moles pulled out is a regular occurance for a lot of Australians, especially those in Queensland, Nt and Western Oz. Those moles go deep too. I was there for a year and a half and I have several moles that have formed from my time there.

Good old David De Rothschild. Stylised like a modern Jesus and offered to us as the eco saviour of the world. Yeah I'm not a fan either. It will be interesting to see how he gets promoted next though. He clearly does not have the brains to do much but he seems to have a voice amongst the youth. I was on the border of Queensland and NSW when he came in on his plastic boat. And when Prince William came to inspect the flood damage. Neither of them I went to see and wave at.

I can see by your coat my friend you're from the other side. Just one thing I got to know. Who won?
05-13-2012, 08:00 PM #910
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cheers.gif Great to see you Mr. Bumps!
I should have figured it was skin cancer as I've read the sun can be extremely dangerous there. Beautiful place though, I'd love to spend some time there. I've really enjoyed being around the people that I know that have come from there, nice, easygoing and generally a hoot to be around.

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05-13-2012, 08:12 PM #911
Octo Mother Superior
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Tea Tree oil is something to always keep around the house for all kinds of purposes.

This is a major reason:
Quote:Tea tree oil offers hope of new effective treatment for skin cancer

The natural remedy commonly used on spots and insect bites was found to shrink non-melanoma skin cancers in mice in just one day and wiped them out within three days.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/articl...ancer.html

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05-13-2012, 08:34 PM #912
misterbumps Member
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yeah australians by and large are very relaxed. They love their sun, sea, surf and beer. I've never been as drunk as I was in Oz. It is a mission for each and every one to get themselves and everyone around them drunk. Many fond memories if I could remember them.

good to see you too Jay. I've not been on much recently as time seems to get absorbed in one way or another. good to see the site is thriving with interesting news and ideas cheers.gif

Well I'll be buying some tea tree oil then. I have several moles since I came back. One on my chest, one on my right ear and one on the side of my face. they are so small but as they say in Oz always keep an eye on them. thanks for the tip octo hi5.gif

I can see by your coat my friend you're from the other side. Just one thing I got to know. Who won?
05-13-2012, 08:43 PM #913
Octo Mother Superior
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No problems misterbumps. I have a mole on my stomach that kinda changed so I showed it to a doctor who said to come back if it changes further. It was in the summer and they rather not do any surgery due to infection risk. I started putting tea tree oil on it and now it's about half the size! beercheer.gif

Cheap and powerful medicine!
05-14-2012, 10:36 AM #914
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05-17-2012, 12:18 AM #915
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İmage

Pacific Dead Zone, Coming from the US NRC so its probably the understatement of all time.uhoh.gif


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