Subject: Re: List of Facts Sun Nov 13, 2016 10:59 pm
& High pressure experiments that mimic conditions on the icy gas giants show that chunks of diamond can float on a sea of liquid carbon.
& The research provides the first detailed measurements of the melting point of diamond, the hardest natural material known, and the finding that could also help explain the strange orientation of Uranus and Neptune's magnetic fields.
Subject: Re: List of Facts Sun Nov 13, 2016 11:07 pm
It was raining, Napoleaon unexpectedlyt behind, the banker rushes to London and spreads the rumor that Napoleon has won. The stock crashes, he buys what he can, and as the news comes in he owns half of London. But trust me, that did not remain unchallenged.
I dont feel bad for the Jews - they are hard and theyre all up in their blissful religion of self-responsibility and the god of daily joy, I feel frustrated at it as I am half Jewish, which is a strange thing.
Subject: Re: List of Facts Sun Nov 13, 2016 11:09 pm
The one thing the Zionist are very zealous about is anti-defamation, and that gets incredibly ugly as well. But I see that as proactive warfare to counteract all this conspiracy bullshit arising from the fact that they created god who created the world of those silly heathens who, without being asked, adopted their god and turned him into a Greek that the Jews dont have the fortune of accessing.
Subject: Re: List of Facts Sun Nov 13, 2016 11:36 pm
My Mom's Mom was Jewish which just came to light when my Mother (who was adopted) found her birth Mother (deceased). 1/4 of my ethnicity remains a mystery still for her biological father has not been accounted for. I have yet to really process this latest development. As far as I understand, Judaism transcends through the women first and foremost. Always joked that my Mother had a Jewish nose, my being right is a bit like a kick in my pants.
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Subject: Re: List of Facts Wed Nov 23, 2016 2:59 pm
It's very fascinating to know what has been built over and upon what...what lies beneath what we stand and walk upon historically speaking.
St Peter's Basilica in Vatican City was built over the Circus of Nero.
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Subject: Re: List of Facts Sun Dec 24, 2017 12:08 am
Subject: Re: List of Facts Fri Nov 22, 2019 6:37 pm
Trees suck up the water from the ground by negative pressure, distributed throughout the near molecular scaled vessels in the leafs.
Meaning they can suck much harder in summer, so the growing of leafs is like a quasi self-perpetuating mechanism. Which is maybe why trees grow fruits, excess of negative pressure.
So because they have leaves, they are able to suck up water to such great heights as to grow leafs there. A tree 100 m tall must generate 10 atmospheres of negative pressure to get the water to the leafs, which are coming into being in order to embody the work of bringing up the resources for their coming into being.
Negative pressure is, roughly speaking, the tendency of water to stick to other substances rather than to itself. To witness this principle in action, now watch an astronaut wring out a washcloth in a zero gravity environment.