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#1
Is anybody out there?   We miss a few from ENEnews, so swing on by for a hidy ho. No need to sign up!  Plowboy? Obewan?   Rose?
we are healthy with background radiation but unhealthy with the same dose from fallout
 
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#2
The people at Exxon knew that their company was changing the climate of the planet and they lied about it
http://caferadlab.com/thread-3670-post-9...ml#pid9266

And that pervasive lying of companies, authorities and people in general....they lie and value personal profit over sustaining a healthy planet...that got me thinking about how they use their tongues for deception.   The tongue is such an incredibly useful organ, mainly for gathering food, that its use in mammals is universal. But our species has learned to use the tongue to form complex, transmissible concepts.  We create...mental images and new realities with it.

Talk about a multipurpose device!  The ultimate Swiss Army tool....you can use it to gather and swallow food, but oh so much more!  With this tool you can spit water at an opponent, lick a wound, clean your fur, use it as a sex toy, tie a knot in a cherry stem,  blow thin streams of air, make music, and form abstract descriptions of the nature of the universe.  The tongue can be used to order the destruction of the planet, or it can call a global cease fire. 

  I mean it could have been any orifice, or limb, and indeed the ten digits with their control of thirty bone segments is very useful in communicating if you dont have a multi purpose tongue.  But it is the mouth...with those teeth and canines in there,  that watery slurpy environment, just below the tiny breathing tubes,  with that singular rather innocent looking organ, the tongue that we managed to put to use to sing great choral arias of grace, sublimity, gratitude and beauty which lifts the very heart and nobility of spirit....or deceive, to the destruction of life on the planet.

We now use the fingers to type letters in a slow proxy of the words from the tongue, and with that, you can add your keen insight here at CafeRadLab.   Yes, its all so bizarre,  with seven billion human tongues wagging,  creating verbal approximations of reality or unreality,  but the option is there, if you would like to give it a whirl.   



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Contemplate the tongue, and how you would like to use it
we are healthy with background radiation but unhealthy with the same dose from fallout
 
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#3
Code, your abstraction is awesome...

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?

The Secret Life of Trees: The Astonishing Science of What Trees Feel and How They Communicate

Wohlleben chronicles what his own experience of managing a forest in the Eifel mountains in Germany has taught him about the astonishing language of trees and how trailblazing arboreal research from scientists around the world reveals “the role forests play in making our world the kind of place where we want to live.” As we’re only just beginning to understand nonhuman consciousnesses, what emerges from Wohlleben’s revelatory reframing of our oldest companions is an invitation to see anew what we have spent eons taking for granted and, in this act of seeing, to care more deeply about these remarkable beings that make life on this planet we call home not only infinitely more pleasurable, but possible at all.

https://www.brainpickings.org/2016/09/26...wohlleben/

I think we could learn a lot from trees. I wish they could speak human...
Humans did not create background radiation...

 
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#4
"The acacia trees that were being eaten by the giraffes gave off a warning gas  that signaled to neighboring trees of the same species that a crisis was at hand. Right away, all the forewarned trees also pumped toxins into their leaves to prepare themselves. The giraffes were wise to this game and therefore moved farther away to a part of the savannah where they could find trees that were oblivious to what was going on. "

In mankinds hubris and egomania, we long believed it was only our species that had 'feelings'  and 'wisdom'.   The study of animal behavior and plant responses has extended those qualities to all living things.   The Living World is expressing a vast requiem of its destruction.  Only a few can hear it
we are healthy with background radiation but unhealthy with the same dose from fallout
 
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#5
(08-04-2019, 02:38 PM)Jebus Wrote: Code, your abstraction is awesome...

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?

The Secret Life of Trees: The Astonishing Science of What Trees Feel and How They Communicate

Wohlleben chronicles what his own experience of managing a forest in the Eifel mountains in Germany has taught him about the astonishing language of trees and how trailblazing arboreal research from scientists around the world reveals “the role forests play in making our world the kind of place where we want to live.” As we’re only just beginning to understand nonhuman consciousnesses, what emerges from Wohlleben’s revelatory reframing of our oldest companions is an invitation to see anew what we have spent eons taking for granted and, in this act of seeing, to care more deeply about these remarkable beings that make life on this planet we call home not only infinitely more pleasurable, but possible at all.

https://www.brainpickings.org/2016/09/26...wohlleben/

I think we could learn a lot from trees. I wish they could speak human...
Excellent book Jebus

DUDe..

PS, istill have no internet aka keyboard to type on..
 
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#6
Dude, On Screen Keyboard. Win 10, 8, android and apple os has one installed. XP, win 7 do not install it by default. But they too have it with the acessability options. Plus if careful, a third party one can be dloaded and installed for any operating system..
 
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#7
Sorry, I thought I was logged in and now I realize that, as you said, Dude, you have no internet. You must have a simple phone like me. Impossible to surf, let alone type. I have never owned a fondle slab. Never will...
Humans did not create background radiation...

 
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#8
(08-06-2019, 07:52 PM)Jebus Wrote: Sorry, I thought I was logged in and now I realize that, as you said, Dude, you have no internet. You must have a simple phone like me. Impossible to surf, let alone type. I have never owned a fondle slab. Never will...

Fondle slab.. lol, had to look that up.. 

I used to have a simple Nokia, just phone and sms..then I lost electricity thus my comp and inet and what not.. 
No cables for the old Nokia to charge in my car..so I bought Google owned spy err smartphone..but then I totalled my car.. 
Oh well..it should take max three days more before internet is back in place..
"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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