2021.10.22 13:40 dirtyharrison American Trapped in Afghanistan Pleads to Biden: 'I Am Begging You to Get Us Home'
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2021.10.22 13:40 Saquonthesenuts Sunrise over Mississauga, 10/01/2021
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2021.10.22 13:40 clip_mirror_bot Twitch Kaceytron Car accident :o
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2021.10.22 13:40 TrendingBot [TRENDING] /r/ZeroWaste - Live With A Lower Impact (+894 subscribers today; 166% trend score)
2021.10.22 13:40 Rope_Bun Halloween nails with some glitter 🦇
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2021.10.22 13:40 Cortezqt Wasteland 3 Perfect Pacifist trophy bugged?
Hey guys, I‘m on my third try to get the perfect pacifist trophy on ps5. Making super sure no enemy gets killed, even during the first encounter at the gate. Still blue does not negotiate because I „gunned down“ his friends. Wtf is going on here?
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2021.10.22 13:40 jammy162 Day 61 - He's had enough
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2021.10.22 13:40 dirtyharrison Alec Baldwin Breaks Silence After Fatal Film Set Shooting: I’m Fully Cooperating with Police, My Heart Is Broken
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2021.10.22 13:40 eatinSwordfish Transmetropolitan - Fan Film Series Poster
| Election Season is coming up! Whose face are you spitting in?|
This is the Official Poster for the Transmetropolitan - Fan Film Series!
Special Thanks to creator: Daniel Iglesias https://www.diglesiasdesign.com/
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2021.10.22 13:40 capn233 [USA-OH] [H] EVGA 3060 XC, Asus Strix 2060 OC [W] Paypal, Local Cash
EVGA RTX 3060 XC - 12G-P5-3657-KR - BNIB - $550 local, $605 shipped.
3060 timestamp 1, seal
Asus Strix RTX 2060 OC - Bought Sept 2019. Warranty until 4/28 per the serial number / production date. Original box, manual, CD, ties.
2060 timestamp 1, box, GPUz and Superposition
Prefer to ship to those with trades, to confirmed Paypal address.
I am about an hour east of Columbus, can meet within reason for local.
Please comment then PM. Thank you.
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2021.10.22 13:40 RunninRebs90 “I’ll take those Peanuts and shove them up George Washington Carvers Ass” is an all time promo
2021.10.22 13:40 sheloveshusky anneni sikeyim uçtu gidiyo bu ay sonuna kadar 10 olmazsa tüm kgb hulkuna götümü veriyorum
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2021.10.22 13:40 middlename_neil Am I being too optimistic? 10.22 Update
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2021.10.22 13:40 dirtyharrison Alec Baldwin Hounded for Anti-Gun Activism, Old Tweet Asking 'How It Must Feel to Wrongfully Kill Someone'
2021.10.22 13:40 dou8le8u88le Another good day in Cornwall. I’m done for the year 😁
2021.10.22 13:40 DunkHeadnWax Ontario, growing on dead wood. I believe they are brick caps?
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2021.10.22 13:40 stevanvaldwallace TW: Suicide. Is it okay to tell your therapist you are suicidal?
I feel like I've been in the brink of suicide and that no matter how long I live, it will always end with me causing my own death. No matter how successful, how comfortable, and how loved I am. I've just been conditioned to it already and I'm aware of it. And I feel that I wouldn't be able to transfer to the university I've been dreaming of and achieving my other artistic endeavors with comfortable earnings. I also fear that I wouldn't be healed enough for a romantic relationship and to have a family with three children.
If I tell any hypothetical therapist that I am suicidal, will I be sent to a psych ward? I hear that the psych wards of the Philippines treats patients like animals. Another fear I have is for my hair to be shaved, which is still a necessity of my mental health. I'm not insane either. I can make my own decisions, paint properly, and speak well.
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2021.10.22 13:40 jmrene Un Québécois sur deux ne croit pas en Dieu | Le Devoir
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2021.10.22 13:40 dirtyharrison Haunted House: Democrats Plan Halloween Infrastructure Showdown
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2021.10.22 13:40 Rockwood420 Ich_iel
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2021.10.22 13:40 daft-fish Is this pressure release valve "passive"
I have this installed on top of my res but I just want to make sure I have this right. Will this valve release pressure from my loop on its own without me having to go in and loosen it? https://www.amazon.com/Alphacool-Eiszapfen-Pressure-Valve-Black/dp/B01HQ8LF7K
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2021.10.22 13:40 Whiskey_Mojo Titan or Warlock for end game
I am a returning player to D2. I have both a Titan and Warlock leveled up to 1320+ I have a decent amount of exotics for each and can put together some quality builds. However at this point I want to focus more on end game PvE. Grandmaster Nightfalls, Raids, Etc. I'm getting ready to start master working all gear, mods, etc. as well but only want to focus on one class. So my question to the community is...
In your experience with end game and more challenging PvE content have your found one class (Titan or Warlock) offers more versatility or provides more value to the group than the other?
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2021.10.22 13:40 grundle_salad It's becoming clear that many answers for the phenomenon likely exist within the human body.
While doing some research on some of the things Lue said in this recent interview on the Theory of Everything podcast, I stumbled upon this Science.org article on researchers figuring out how to encode digital data into DNA. This was the first I’d heard about this and apparently scientists have be doing it since 2012. To be fair, I’m researching this because I don’t know much about it, so for some people this is probably old news.
From the article:
DNA has many advantages for storing digital data. It's ultracompact, and it can last hundreds of thousands of years if kept in a cool, dry place. And as long as human societies are reading and writing DNA, they will be able to decode it. "DNA won't degrade over time like cassette tapes and CDs, and it won't become obsolete," says Yaniv Erlich, a computer scientist at Columbia University. And unlike other high-density approaches, such as manipulating individual atoms on a surface, new technologies can write and read large amounts of DNA at a time, allowing it to be scaled up.In Lue’s interview, he is asked how long UAPs have been here. Lue says if the members of indigenous tribes are accurate in what they’ve told him, we’ve been dealing with this for millennia.
Scientists have been storing digital data in DNA since 2012. That was when Harvard University geneticists George Church, Sri Kosuri, and colleagues encoded a 52,000-word book in thousands of snippets of DNA, using strands of DNA's four-letter alphabet of A, G, T, and C to encode the 0s and 1s of the digitized file. Their particular encoding scheme was relatively inefficient, however, and could store only 1.28 petabytes per gram of DNA. Other approaches have done better. But none has been able to store more than half of what researchers think DNA can actually handle, about 1.8 bits of data per nucleotide of DNA. (The number isn't 2 bits because of rare, but inevitable, DNA writing and reading errors.)
Here on Earth, it’s really hard to make anything that lasts more that a few thousand years. You can even make the pyramids, and look at them not and say, “Wow, those things are five thousand years old and they don’t look so great. In another five thousand years they’re not going to look good at all. They’ll last until, eventually, you’ll have a little hill of sand in a hundred thousand years. But that’s going to be about it, and that’s made of rock.Curt follows up and asks if there are places we should be looking for evidence that we currently aren’t. He mentions craft were found, but asks if Lue is saying there may be other places to look for these markers. Lue suggests the moon where there aren’t the same tectonic processes that we have on Earth. Lue then brings up genetic sequencing.
Mount Rushmore, same thing. It’s going to be gone in ten thousand years and we probably won’t even recognize it, it’ll be too worn. Even mountains in millions of years become deserts, right? Time moves on.
Then you have these subduction zones on Earth, that if you wait long enough on the surface of the planet it all gets recycled anyways. It’s all going to get sucked down into the mantle and spit out the other end as new land. So nothing is indelible on this planet. It’s constantly changing.
To create something that can last the sands of, time so to speak, is a lot harder than one might think. The few examples that we have here on Earth, that are man made, you can look to things like the pyramids. You can look to things like Stonehenge, but that’s the blink of an eye. These were just made a few thousand years ago and aren’t going to be around for a whole lot of time. That’s just not the way Earth is.
So, if we’re trying to find some sort of marker, chances are you’re not going to find it buried in the Earth unless it only happened in the last five thousand years or so. Even some of the most dramatic examples of terraforming, let’s look at the example of the meteor impact in Arizona. It happened sixty thousand years ago. That’s already filling in. In another hundred thousand years from now, you may never even know anything ever happened because of the processes of Earth and what this planet does. It’s constantly erasing what’s on the surface. It’s constantly burying what lies beneath deeper and deeper and deeper, until it eventually gets recycled.
That’s a hard question. What would last long enough for us to go back and say, “Wow, this is an indicator of alien life on this planet one hundred thousand years ago?” What would you have to do to achieve that, to accomplish that? It’s a lot harder than one might think. Then again, would you recognize it?
One might say, well, DNA. DNA is a perfect example. If you wanted to do something that was enduring for humanity, where we could look back a hundred thousand years and say, “Yes, that was absolutely manipulated by an intelligent life form,” deoxyribonucleic acid may be one way to do it. You could put coding and sequencing in there that will perpetuate over time. And yes, you will have some degradation over generations, but in essence you could do something that way. Basically it’s a biological marker.
So we have to be careful when we say we have to look for evidence, because evidence isn’t necessarily a spearhead found in the Bighorn Mountains eleven thousand years ago. It’s not necessarily a pyramid sitting in the middle of a desert. It could be far more sophisticated than that. You said put it in orbit, right? What if, rather than put it in orbit, we put it in the human body?
The evidence could be right here, it could be right in front of us. It could be in genetic sequencing. It could even be more obvious than that. It could be the very fact that we’re alive and we’re on this planet is an example of some intelligent life, somewhere, making a decision that life needs to exist on this planet. We need to be open to all of that, we really do. We need to cast a very wide net.It’s common knowledge that our individual immune response is mostly determined by our genetic makeup, which brings me back to comments made by Dr. Eric Davis on how the immune system acts as an antenna for the phenomenon.
I say all options have to be on the table until they’re not on the table, because you might be surprised. Something super, super intelligent probably isn’t going to build a pyramid that’s only going to last 20,000 years. They’re going to do something that’s far more enduring, something that would would really be, no kidding, many, many years.
The gist of what I know is that the immune system works like an antenna. It absorbs everything in the environment around you. That may be the reason the phenomenon is interested in you because it may know that you have some genetic predisposition it’s interested in. That’s what Garry and Kit’s work is all about.AAWSAP also placed an emphasis on studying the immune system and its relation to UAP as described in the book Skinwalkers at the Pentagon.
Why are certain people highly sensitive, to have this genetic predisposition to phenomenon encounters? Then they do these studies using FMRI and what not, so you know the rest of that story. So it seems that there are some people more sensitive than others and it isn’t just in the old brain psychic sense. You might need to throw the immune system into it because the immune system does behave like an antenna, sucks in information, records it and it’s got knowledge.
It may be communicating in its own way, we haven’t fully discovered everything that it does to my understanding, it’s still under study. Genetics is very complicated, it’s not straightforward and it’s not linear. It’s a very non-linear, non-straightforward, counterintuitive thing that produces life, at least on this planet. As far as we know, there’s still much more to be learned. We haven’t learned everything there is to know about it, or to find out about it in making those discoveries. The same goes for the immune system because the immune system is a function of genetics.
From the very inception of the program, the research team placed a new emphasis on the human body as a readout system for examining the aftereffects of close encounters. Why? Because the human body, including the human immune system and the brain, are exquisitely sophisticated and sensitive information-processing systems that can be “perturbed” by outside influences, for example a close encounter with a UAP. Beginning in 2008, the AAWSAP scientific staff intuited that the record of that perturbation in the human body can sometimes be unmasked or decoded with the use of immunological, imaging, or chemical approaches.That research is still ongoing today by the “Invisible College.”
It should also be noted that in the intervening 11 years since the shutdown of AAWSAP in late 2010, members of what Jacques Vallee has termed the “Invisible College” (the network of highly credentialed scientists who have been working for decades on UAPs in secrecy because of the stigma attached to the topic) have taken this pioneering effort to the next level, conducting extremely detailed and state-of-the-art physiological research. The authors recognize that this research has been conducted in secret, and we will not compromise this secrecy in this book.It has long been understood that the phenomenon has been interested in our genetic makeup, mostly stemming from the recollections of alleged abductees. Honestly, this leaves me with more questions than answers, but there is clearly a connection with our DNA and perhaps, more specifically, our immune system.
2021.10.22 13:40 Entire-Junket1770 The irony is that most evangelicals don’t even practice what they preach….
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2021.10.22 13:40 postphysique My r/AmITheAsshole post, which doesn't even remotely mention covid, got removed for mentioning covid
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