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#41
big ears!
When our relatives have been killed by nuclear, its nice to see some doe eyes.  Were not alone.

Our scientists failed us by not emphasizing the danger of nuclear.  In fact they did the opposite.  Shame on them

The U.S. pushes the doomsday clock to midnight

"The people are kept unaware by design. It is the function of the presstitutes to control the explanations given to the people. The US Congress is bought and paid for by the Israel Lobby, as are most important politicians in the UK and Europe. What I am telling you is that it is very easy for fanatics to produce Armageddon.

... the threat of nuclear war today is far higher than during the Cold War"

https://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/201...eaderless/

"The attack on the Saudi oil fields that Trump and Israel are blaming on Iran is almost certainly an attack by Israel. The attack is being used to start a war with Iran."
  
Armageddon on the Horizon?
https://www.unz.com/proberts/

"September 11, 2001, is the defining event of America’s 21st century. The neoconservatives used their false flag event to destroy the Bill of Rights and turn the American people over to a police state, and they used the New Pearl Harbor that they orchestrated to launch their wars of aggression in the Middle East for the purpose of reconstructing the Middle East in Israel’s interest. The new American police state will become more oppressive as time goes by, and now that Israel has the bit in its teeth the United States will likely be forced into a war that will result in nuclear Armageddon."

PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS
https://www.unz.com/proberts/

Trump  mutual defense pact with Israel
https://nypost.com/2019/09/14/trump-teas...th-israel/

"The term “New Middle East” was introduced to the world in June 2006 in Tel Aviv by U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice

Prime Minister Olmert and Secretary Rice had informed the international media that a project for a “New Middle East” was being launched from Lebanon.

This announcement was a confirmation of an Anglo-American-Israeli “military roadmap” in the Middle East. This project, which has been in the  planning stages for several years, consists in creating an arc of instability, chaos, and violence extending from Lebanon, Palestine, and Syria to Iraq, the Persian Gulf, Iran, and the borders of NATO-garrisoned Afghanistan.

The “New Middle East” project was introduced publicly by Washington and Tel Aviv with the expectation that Lebanon would be the pressure point for realigning the whole Middle East and thereby unleashing the forces of “constructive chaos.” This “constructive chaos” –which generates conditions of violence and warfare throughout the region– would in turn be used so that the United States, Britain, and Israel could redraw the map of the Middle East in accordance with their geo-strategic needs and objectives."

https://www.globalresearch.ca/plans-for-...-east/3882



howdy Horse.  It appears to me that Google and maybe other webcrawlers piggyback themselves onto my login. they are listed as guests in the who is online page.  It invokes images of the final dystopia when only robots read anything in a dying world of fake realities.

also, Ive never been fond of the way MyBB appends a new post on to your old one...anyway to change that?
we are healthy with background radiation but unhealthy with the same dose from fallout
 
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#42
Hi DK , good to see another one of the Elders  ! Nice doe too..are you used to that kind of behaviour or is it also something new ?

May the old bio-diversity of the good souls of ENE reunite..

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Hi Code , as you know i represent the uneducated staring part of the globe , and therefore i would like to ask with great respect to not post that formula without its explanation..LOL but no kidding..i would not know what i was looking at most times of the day's..please forgive us.. Huh  Big Grin

"The biosphere has a simple relationship of organisms which is the requirement for sustainability.  It must consist mainly of plants with each level of consumer not more than 10%  of that below it."
"Who would have thought that mankind massively converting O2 to CO2 in such a short timeline would cause problems on a planet that depends on CO2 being massively converted to O2 to support mankinds life?"   Pixels of light borrowed from Jebus. 
 
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#43
"The attack on the Saudi oil fields that Trump and Israel are blaming on Iran is almost certainly an attack by Israel. The attack is being used to start a war with Iran."

Yemeni claim it was their drones, retaliation for Saudi bombing Yemen.  Iran denies it was them.  Bibi is desperate to start a war to help him get re-elected.  We certainly won't get the truth out of our leaders when they twist events to their own purposes.  Most people alive today don't know the horrors of widespread warfare.  Sad lesson to have to relearn.  

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Code, the spam bots just keep coming, day and night, no matter who's logged in.  The previous admin did little to stop them and they were entrenched here for years.  I'm sure that our downlevel MyBB software provides an easy target.  When our absentee landlord gets to a place where he can do more, one of the first things will be to upgrade the software and I'm going to ask for an api to automatically block spam, even at my own expense.  Until then, I work diligently to block as much spam as I can.  Google, Bing, et al, identify themselves and don't do any harm.  The other guests are mostly spammers, but not all.  I love it when I see an IP that isn't spam.  There are still many guests that come in and see what we have to offer.  One thing we could improve is our forum descriptions that could include more keywords.  

The post appending is currently set to one hour.  Its always kinda bugged me too.  Maybe 10 minutes would be good enough or set it to zero so each post is separate.  What say you all?
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#44
Horse....when I look at who is online,  I always see 3 or 4  'guest'  logging in at the exact same second...usually checking the calendar and random posts.  What are the chances that spam bots log on at exactly the same second?  Could they be somehow attached to my IP address?

In what way were spam bots entrenched?

I say set the interval of appending posts to zero.  One can always use edit to expand on a post.  Appending is an imposition

The continual infliction of death and misery around the world by the U.S. and other countries for profit without remorse is the very definition of psychopathic.  It is a pervasive aspect of this species, and long neglected.  The public needs to get together and stop funding them.   Tax and purchasing strikes would put them out of business.   Alas, the normalcy bias of the public is such that they cheer their leaders on as great men, not the despots they really are.    What a world!

experts say we are closer than ever to nuclear war and the science community does little to warn about the consequences.  Bad news for the living earth, which is 1/6  the size of the moon
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#45
Hi Code, I see your IP looking at who's online. Here's what I see. I just finished banning the two new registrants. I use mostly clean talk to sort out the spam. https://cleantalk.org/blacklists. Pop the IP in to see results. Here's todays sample you can look up.

Guest
IP: 23.89.115.129 [Lookup] 05:40 AM Registering
Guest
IP: 104.203.70.102 [Lookup] 05:40 AM Registering

Only one of the other guests was spam, see, more visitors than you might think.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#46
The spam seems to come in as transmitters and receivers. These below are what I call receivers, they sit at a post looking harmless, like they're reading. The transmitters usually come in as Registering or Calendar and are the brute force type. One interesting thing is how they keep pounding away trying to get in, must be improving our alexa rating.

ip ..................... ban date ..................... last activity
54.36.148.59 Yesterday, 06:20 AM 4 hours ago Delete
54.36.148.6 08-31-2019, 11:57 AM 4 hours ago Delete
54.36.148.60 09-13-2019, 01:43 PM 23 minutes ago Delete
54.36.148.61 09-14-2019, 07:02 PM 1 hour ago Delete
54.36.148.62 09-13-2019, 11:27 AM 2 hours ago Delete
54.36.148.63 Yesterday, 01:21 PM 3 hours ago Delete
54.36.148.64 09-03-2019, 04:59 AM 2 hours ago

They're not attached to your IP or anyone else's. They're just out there crawling thru the net looking for openings.

BTW, I'm running a backup and it shows as a guest that is often stuck on Calendar or No permissions page. The calendar looks empty but I think its filled with spam messages. It takes my backup 3-4 days to get thru the should be empty calendar. Just getting rid of those two brute force registrants caused a flood of spam from China. Back to work, you'll see the results as random readers disappear or get stuck on the main index after I block 'em.
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#47
Okay, I set the appending posts to zero for everyone, not just admin.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#48
Dude,  sorry for my lazy presentation.

Trophic means where an organism is on the food chain.  The J in the graphic stands for joules, as you know, a word for energy.  Its a representative picture, the numbers are not important.  

Essentially the graphic means that all of the nutrition for every living thing (except for a few organisms that feed on deep sea vents or algae that live off nuclear energy) comes first from the sun.  Then each level of consumer of the initial sun energy can use only about 10 percent of the energy below its trophic level.  As little as 10 percent of the energy at any trophic level is transferred to the next level; the rest is lost largely through metabolic processes as heat.

So first there is the sun shining on the earth and then plants can use about 10% of that for nutrition (actually photosynthetic efficiency may be around 10% but plants only use about 1% of the incoming solar energy for various reasons...so there is a huge step down in energy availability from the sun to the first trophic level), then insects and animals that eat plants can only provide 10% of that energy to the animals that eat them and so on. An eagle thus needs a territory of 10 sq miles or more and defend this area for survival.  They are tertiary consumers. 

This has big ramifications for saving the planet.  We always think people first, but we should think trees first, because if the planet does not consist of 80 to 90% plants the other species will starve out from their original numbers. Destroy half the plant base and you will starve half the animals along with it.  That would of course include humans.   It gets very complex of course.

Humans Make Up Just 1/10,000 of Earth’s Biomass
Plants make up 80 percent, but human activity chopped that number in half over the last 10,000 years

 https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-new...ct4Suuy.99


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Eating plant foods requires then only 10% of the energy compared to animal foods.  This has a big impact not only on animal suffering but the health of the biosphere and climate too. People should be vegetarian.

"Globally, animal agriculture is responsible for more greenhouse gases than all the world’s transportation systems combined. According to the United Nations, a global shift toward a vegan diet is necessary to combat the worst effects of climate change.



Water Use



It takes an enormous amount of water to grow crops for animals to eat, clean filthy factory farms, and give animals water to drink. A single cow used for milk can drink up to 50 gallons of water per day—or twice that amount in hot weather—and it takes 683 gallons of water to produce just 1 gallon of milk. It takes more than 2,400 gallons of water to produce 1 pound of beef, while producing 1 pound of tofu only requires 244 gallons of water. By going vegan, one person can save approximately 219,000 gallons of water a year.


Using land to grow crops for animals is vastly inefficient. It takes almost 20 times less land to feed someone on a plant-based (vegan) diet than it does to feed a meat-eater since the crops are consumed directly instead of being used to feed animals. According to the U.N. Convention to Combat Desertification, it takes up to 10 pounds of grain to produce just 1 pound of meat, and in the United States alone, 56 million acres of land are used to grow feed for animals, while only 4 million acres are producing plants for humans to eat."

"Without meat and dairy consumption, global farmland use could be reduced by more than 75% – an area equivalent to the U.S., China, the European Union and Australia combined – and still feed the world."

"Huge reductions in meat-eating are essential to avoid dangerous climate change, according to the most comprehensive analysis yet of the food system’s impact on the environment. In western countries, beef consumption needs to fall by 90% and be replaced by five times more beans and pulses.



The research also finds that enormous changes to farming are needed to avoid destroying the planet’s ability to feed the 10 billion people expected to be on the planet in a few decades.



Food production already causes great damage to the environment, via greenhouse gases from livestock, deforestation and water shortages from farming, and vast ocean dead zones from agricultural pollution. But without action, its impact will get far worse as the world population rises by 2.3 billion people by 2050 



In what the Guardian called "the biggest analysis to date," researchers concluded that shifting away from meat and dairy is the single most effective way to regenerate our ecosystems and prevent its destruction.



This study by Oxford’s researchers produced a massive data-set based on approximately 40,000 farms in 119 countries. It covered 40 food products representing 90% of all food consumption. It also looked at the full impact of these foods, from farm to fork, land use, emissions, freshwater use and water pollution (eutrophication) and air pollution (acidification)."



The results, according to the researchers, were very convincing.



"A vegan diet is probably the single biggest way to reduce your impact on planet Earth, not just greenhouse gases, but global acidification, eutrophication, land use and water use," said Oxford's Joseph Poore, who led the research. "It is far bigger than cutting down on your flights or buying an electric car," he said, as these only cut greenhouse gas emissions.


https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelpellmanrowland/2018/06/12/save-the-planet/#7fc028733c81

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yah, but theres more!  More?   Yes,  more.   This graphic illustrates a hidden fact about economics.  Economics is just unscientific human centric bullshit.   People dont 'make money', you cant use leverage to lift yourself up, and endless growth is not possible.  When the industrial revolution, or efficiency in manufacturing has reached its limits, the true state of economics will show itself;  Complete wealth inequality.    

In fact the economy is pegged not to gold and silver or pork bellies but energy.  Economists bullshit you about raising global wealth.  Its only true so far as efficiency of production is concerned.  People work hard, the spoils have gone to the rich.  True wealth has not increased. And this is true not only for food but wealth; most of it originates from the sun.  So much of what they call wealth is a misnomer, a temporary sequestration of somebody elses wealth and wellbeing.  The oil even came from the sun, (unless one subscribes to the 
Abiogenic petroleum origin theory).  The oil and nuclear and all that will come to an end someday and we will be back with solar.  Not to worry though since the best the world has to offer came from solar.

[Image: Wealth%20and%20Energy%20Growth.jpg]
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#49
Code - In what way were spam bots entrenched?

Pia was using stop forum spam, https://www.stopforumspam.com/search

I noticed a consistent bank of IP's accounting for about half the guests. I stumbled onto Clean Talk which seems to include spammers not listed in stop forum spam. I try to be more proactive, looking up registrants and banning them before they come in awaiting activation. I think that posing the different challenge question/answer slowed the auto bots down so I can get 'em before they get in. I've only had one spammer answer the question and get in. I did watch them searching the board, maybe looking for the answer, but I haven't put that into the public forum. Real visitors should be able to get the answer though if they want in.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#50
Code - Eating plant foods requires then only 10% of the energy compared to animal foods. This has a big impact not only on animal suffering but the health of the biosphere and climate too. People should be vegetarian.

I strongly disagree, Code. People are meat eaters. We need the animal fat. Vegan is based on soy products and are not a healthy substitute.
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#51
Horse,  well Ive been vegetarian, and most of my friends for over fifty years.  We dont generally eat soy.   If I die from lack of eating cows today I will consider I have lived enough time on the planet.  

Needing animal foods for survival or even health is a myth. Almost 400 million vegetarians alive on the planet.  Need for meat seems to be a state of normalcy bias

Mike Tyson became vegan
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vc-DeGEXAmM

These 14 elite athletes are vegan — here's what made them switch their diet
https://www.businessinsider.com/elite-at...otballer-4
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#52
The Raw Truth About Raw Vegan Diets: A Primal Perspective
Primal Wisdom
Wed, 09 Feb 2011 23:21 UTC
https://www.sott.net/article/223505-The-...erspective
Quote:The raw truth is that raw vegan diets don't support health for most people, for a very simple reason: Humans are not adapted to a raw vegan diet. For that matter, not even our closest primate relative, the chimpanzee, is adapted to a raw vegan diet.

The human gut can't extract high amounts of anything from raw carrots or similar vegetables for one simple principal reason: our bodies do not produce the enzyme cellulase required to digest and break down the plant cells that contain all the nutrients supplied by fibrous plants.

Grab the blender if you go vegan.  Soy is better fermented to make it palatable.  You and your friends may not be eating much soy, but that's what's going into meatless burgers and fake meat.  


The War on Soy: Why the 'Miracle Food' May Be a Health Risk and Environmental Nightmare
Tara Lohan
Alternet
Sat, 21 Nov 2009 15:20 UTC
https://www.sott.net/article/197596-The-...-Nightmare
Quote:"The tragedy is that the way we grow it today has turned a blessing into a curse because the way that soy agriculture works is monocultural, which means it takes over large parts of land. In Brazil, that means the Cerrado and the rainforest in the Amazon, and they are draining the water that is beneath that land. There are even some soy and biofuel plantations in Brazil where the International Labor Organization says there are 40,000 slaves working today. Slaves! In Brazil, producing biofuels and soy."
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#53
I agree about the soy.  The simulation study may not properly simulate chewing and digestion.  But the point is taken.  Raw foodists seem vital...maybe there is something to it.   ive been steaming all these years.  Seems to have worked so far.  I can say this about normalcy bias....after years of not eating meat, stuffing an animal carcass in the mouth and chewing it down is pretty repulsive.   I will leave that to the alligators, thanks.

"According to a recent report on the largest study of vegetarians and vegans to date, those eating plant-based diets appear to have a significantly longer life expectancy. Vegetarians live on average almost eight years longer than the general population,"
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/plant-bas..._b_1981838

anyway, you reduce your land exploitation somewhere between 1/2 to 1/10,....it seems like a nice gesture
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#54
The Case Against Veganism — Carefully Researched Book Spills the Beans
Dr. Mercola
Mercola.com
Sun, 25 Sep 2016 14:22 UTC
https://articles.mercola.com/sites/artic...1680260364

h/t   https://www.sott.net/article/329333-Mara...only-world
Quote:Part of the confusion is that many vegans appear quite healthy in the earlier stages. This isn't so surprising when you consider the fact that many switch from processed foods to a mostly raw plant-based diet. The influx of live foods will undoubtedly improve your health.

However, in the long term, the absence of all animal-based foods can take a toll, as certain nutrients cannot be obtained from the plant kingdom. Carnosine, carnitine, taurine, retinol, vitamin D3, conjugated linoleic acid and long-chained omega-3 fats are examples. B12 deficiency is also very common among vegans.

After six or seven years, the B12 stored in your liver will be completely exhausted, at which point you may start to experience serious neurodegenerative diseases. There are many documented cases of blindness from B12 deficiency, as well as other neurological disorders.

He mentions how important fish is in our diet.  Bomb testing and Fuku added enough Tritium and other radionuclides to deplete and ruin fish for human consumption.  The contaminated water coming out of the Marshall Islands, Sellafield, and Fuku and the threat of Japan dumping million gallon tanks more into the Ocean should be one of Man's greatest concerns.  

You may have a point about the land use, just as a nice gesture.  Dude and I were chatting about the Amazon while you were gone.  He read that the Amazon was burning up to make way for farming.  I looked into it and found that land is cleared by mechanical means for farming, not by fire.  'The Amazon is burning up' made great headlines for the global warming crowd but it concealed how much was really being cleared for cultivation and ranching.  Feeding the billions of the world is big business.  To make more profits our food has become mostly processed junk.  I think a nicer gesture would be a return to sustainable farming and free-ranging our food animals.  I enjoy my high fat low carb diet.  I attribute my health to not following the government recommendations, that and the Iodine supplements.  Eating higher on the food chain means I'm getting the nutrients I need to sustain health.  The fake burgers ala vegan coming into stores are marketed to poor people, not the rich and well to do.  I wonder why that is?
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#55
Let me tell ya, I was an ugly kid. When I was born my mom said "Doc, cant you do something?"  He said put him on a vegan diet.  She said 'Will that help?"   He said, well dont expect miracles, it wont kill him right away

I woke up this morning to the astonished greeting "its alive...ITS ALIVE!"   I unbuckled the restraints and stumbled over to make some coffee.  How long must the suffering go on? Ive been vegetarian for decades!

I know Mercola believes in meat.   "the absence of all animal-based foods can take a toll, as certain nutrients cannot be obtained from the plant kingdom. Carnosine, carnitine, taurine, retinol, vitamin D3, conjugated linoleic acid and long-chained omega-3 fats are examples. B12 deficiency"

The dietary fat issue is kind of complicated.    conjugated linoleic acid;  "Those on a strict vegetarian or vegan diet can get CLA from white button mushrooms and pomegranate seed oil. Some vegetable oils, including safflower and sunflower oils, also contain CLA."

"The three main omega-3 fatty acids are alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)"
"Your body can make ALA into other omega-3 fats, including eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)."

ALA is easy to get in a vegetarian diet.  

The 9 essential amino acids are: histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, and valine.   Carnosine, carnitine, taurine are not on the essential list

The deforestation is due to clearing forest to raise cows or to grow soy and other plants to feed the cows.  Not eating animals is more than a gesture, its considered the biggest thing you can do to stop deforestation.

"The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations predicts that by 2050 world meat production will have almost doubled. 
This trend will  contribute to global warming, widespread pollution, deforestation, land degradation, water scarcity and species extinction."

"According to the U.N. Convention to Combat Desertification, it takes up to 10 pounds of grain to produce just 1 pound of meat,

"Without meat and dairy consumption, global farmland use could be reduced by more than 75% – an area equivalent to the U.S., China, the European Union and Australia combined"


Thats astounding, if true.  Reforestation and reduced animal consumption are high on the list of things to save the world. 

Finally my mom took me to the nutritionist.  A year later, they apologized "we tried every type of vegan and vegetarian diet we could think of but he still pulled through"
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#56
Glad to see you pulled thru Code.  When I was a kid I hated vegetables.   I did everything to avoid them.  The only one's I could tolerate came out of our garden, wasn't much and not all year long.  There was always meat at the table; pork, Elk, and a half side of beef a year.  To this day, I eat my meat and shun the rest.  I'm doing pretty well without the rabbit foods, sugars, starches, GM products, and pesticides.  Don't take away my meat just because you don't need it.  Eskimo don't get much veggies up North and they do well on fatty blubber.  Put them on a Western diet of processed food and they don't fare as well.  I think people have differing dietary needs.  Do you remember some years back, a proposal to return the Western prairie region to a Buffalo Commons.  Of course, it didn't fit into the Capitalist model and never got much traction, but it would have supplied more than enough animal protein using marginal land that doesn't grow the usual food crops.  We don't need to reduce our consumption so much as we need to remove the greed of a few that own and control our food and water sources.  Some few are saving the world but only for themselves and at a price the rest of us can't afford.  Most of the world's population are still malnourished and hungry.  Some good news, reforestation efforts are being made with good success globally, even if some regions are losing their canopies.  Tree's being planted more than offsets what's being cut down.  It was local communities working together to plant trees faster than the corporations could cut them down.
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#57
Well Im not asking anyone to be vegetarian.  We each have our story to play out.  CRL member Rsmith is true to his ethic, his dharma, and kills his 'game' with a bow I think.  A self reliant wilderness man....then you cut out the organs, 'dressing' the animal. "It’s best to slit the skin and peel it back before cutting through the muscle layer. This keeps hair away from the meat and makes it easier to see as you work. Make a shallow slit that runs all the way to the jawbone, unless you plan to have the head mounted."

Oddly, I dont have a moral objection to this.  The story of life on earth is full of this type of action, and Im reminded of the heads they would mount on London Bridge.  Artists can see the beauty of it....the lovely girl getting her head removed for being a witch and so on.

[Image: janegray.jpeg]

They would mount the heads and display them on the great London Bridge.  This was good food for ravens and insects who also feel no moral objection.   The people of the time were quite used to it, just as a hunter guts his kill without compunction.

[Image: Rex_Whistler_-_Sketch_of_a_Head_impaled_...e_1924.jpg]

Eating meat is not for everyone....about one in ten dont go for the idea.  But for the 90%, its the common way of living in an animal body, on a lonely planet spinning in the vast, vast reaches of space
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#58
Well Code, I'm glad you're not asking that we all go vegan to save the planet.  It kinda sounded that way at first.  I'll try not to be overly sensitive.  Good to hear rthsmth knows what it takes to get food to the table. It comes as a shock to many people that have never lived on a farm or a ranch how livestock gets to the market and dinner plate.   Your pictures actually illustrate the point I was making, people are coerced into serving limited interests.  The witch probably had land that somebody wanted for their own.  The man's head on a spike on display certainly informed others who was boss.
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#59
"Trophic means where an organism is on the food chain.....continued."

Thanks a bunch for the lengty answer Code ! Idea
"Who would have thought that mankind massively converting O2 to CO2 in such a short timeline would cause problems on a planet that depends on CO2 being massively converted to O2 to support mankinds life?"   Pixels of light borrowed from Jebus. 
 
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#60
The love is spreading lol

My backyard turns into a raccoon petting zoo at night
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... and I must so I love that.

http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-146431.html

Hey HHD ,.. did you get those other unique moments also on video ? How about it..? Admin..? Big Grin

""I uploaded it to vimeo for you. " Horse
OMG thanks! Awesomeness. Now, about that wasp and lizard... LOL"

Night all..
"Who would have thought that mankind massively converting O2 to CO2 in such a short timeline would cause problems on a planet that depends on CO2 being massively converted to O2 to support mankinds life?"   Pixels of light borrowed from Jebus. 
 
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