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Seer777  (OP)
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God I hope so

Then why does shrike shift between being in Miami and Oklahoma all the time too
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Well. He has his reasons. They are not one and the same to my sense.

If someone is bothering you on Lop, I would suggest mentioning said to the mods there and request their assistance.

Or you could tell him to leave you alone.

Doesn't always work but certainly shows your desire to want no contact. If that is your desire in that regard.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Lmao shhhhh
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God I hope so

Then why does shrike shift between being in Miami and Oklahoma all the time too
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Well. He has his reasons. They are not one and the same to my sense.

If someone is bothering you on Lop, I would suggest mentioning said to the mods there and request their assistance.

Or you could tell him to leave you alone.

Doesn't always work but certainly shows your desire to want no contact. If that is your desire in that regard.
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With all due respect you didn't realise flo was I paler either though, right?
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God I hope so

Then why does shrike shift between being in Miami and Oklahoma all the time too
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Well. He has his reasons. They are not one and the same to my sense.

If someone is bothering you on Lop, I would suggest mentioning said to the mods there and request their assistance.

Or you could tell him to leave you alone.

Doesn't always work but certainly shows your desire to want no contact. If that is your desire in that regard.
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With all due respect you didn't realise flo was I paler either though, right?
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At the time I didn't care. I had 1001 things on my mind and that wasn't one of them.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Lmao shhhhh
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You're right though. I gave Flo the benefit of the doubt. 'She' was one of the few not attacking me directly, at the time.

Did I consider it was a ruse? Absolutely. I just didn't have the energy left to care.

And the distraction was both annoying and relieving at times.


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You're right though. I gave Flo the benefit of the doubt. 'She' was one of the few not attacking me directly, at the time.

Did I consider it was a ruse? Absolutely. I just didn't have the energy left to care.

And the distraction was both annoying and relieving at times.


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We'll you surely deserved the break :)

Andre/shrike is just plain old mean to me
Hoe this slut that

If it's the same person who gets pissed off that I don't fill him in on my private life and asks for photos etc but has the nerve to trash talk on a public forum? Gah!
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Time to clock on now thanks for posting such a gorgeous song I don't mind if you delete all this if you wanna

Love to y'all I'm out
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Yes. My energy levels have not quite recovered from alll that.

This time of year always seems to be hard on me. Now that I think about it, this entire year has been on long mindfuck.

The last 3 years for that matter.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Time to clock on now thanks for posting such a gorgeous song I don't mind if you delete all this if you wanna

Love to y'all I'm out
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Glad you liked it.

Have a wonderful day.

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and i'd been thinking this thread was all about these guys:

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@7:20 @10:00

Is this how Epigenetics works?

Part of it?
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Is this how Epigenetics works?

Part of it?
 Quoting: Seer777


Could this be how 'environmental stress' is passed through generations? By having the cells of our ancestors in our bloodstreams. IOWs.

Epigenetic
relating to or arising from nongenetic influences on gene expression.
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My apologies if this has been covered as I've yet to read the whole thread, but have you ever read the tales of reefkeepers attempting to catch and remove one of these things....?

Apparently, their intelligence makes this a difficult task. One wonders if spatial reasoning can translate directly into a form of intelligence for a biological entity.

hmm

Their ability to communicate is also reprtedly top-notch.

I've always been of the belief that certain animals, had they made the struggle onto land, may have eventually discovered fire. Octopods and squid would be another example.

It occurs it is difficult for Mankind to think of itself as merely a 'handed animal'. Personally I feel that the fact we have yet to progress beyond opiates in the management of pain speaks loudly to the great importance of biology as a science.
....

"If there is evil in this world, does it have mercy?"
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@7:20 @10:00

Is this how Epigenetics works?

Part of it?
 Quoting: Seer777


Could this be how 'environmental stress' is passed through generations? By having the cells of our ancestors in our bloodstreams. IOWs.

Epigenetic
relating to or arising from nongenetic influences on gene expression.
 Quoting: Seer777


My Internet is being fussy but I would like to comment....


.... what if we could remember not only the feelings, but the actual sights seen and sounds heard (etc.) of every single one of our ancestors?

.... does that explain memetics I wonder....?


Sort of begs the question of exactly whom is doing the remembering....
....

"If there is evil in this world, does it have mercy?"
[link to s328.photobucket.com] <-- some artwork --:~:
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:sob:
Gmmph
err hmmph...not oar load to double space
grrr...i like to double space
5a
hmmph.
Am is i banned here too?!
Anyway...are we all ok?!
I am but a "cheesy charlaton"
After all
hmmph
there i was thinkin i was a mage
wave
Anyone for cheese?!
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:sob:
Gmmph
err hmmph...not oar load to double space
grrr...i like to double space
5a
hmmph.
Am is i banned here too?!
Anyway...are we all ok?!
I am but a "cheesy charlaton"
After all
hmmph
there i was thinkin i was a mage
wave
Anyone for cheese?!
 Quoting: fs 54668437


hi
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Notice the eye parts is broken up into senses

[link to www.ancientegyptonline.co.uk]



Remember blood? Abzu bleed for 3 days.

The Absu turned red when hit by the plasmoid from Venus, and then disappeared except for one remaining ring. It looked like the arrival of a dragon which smashed into the rings. The untold billions of electrons arriving and smashing into the rings of the Absu would have neutralized most of the ionized gases. The dragon bled for three days. The "blood" seen in the sky could have been constituted by any number of diffuse common atmospheric gases, ionized or excited.

[link to saturniancosmology.org]
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Enki song, lol
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My apologies if this has been covered as I've yet to read the whole thread, but have you ever read the tales of reefkeepers attempting to catch and remove one of these things....?

Apparently, their intelligence makes this a difficult task. One wonders if spatial reasoning can translate directly into a form of intelligence for a biological entity.

hmm

Their ability to communicate is also reprtedly top-notch.

I've always been of the belief that certain animals, had they made the struggle onto land, may have eventually discovered fire. Octopods and squid would be another example.

It occurs it is difficult for Mankind to think of itself as merely a 'handed animal'. Personally I feel that the fact we have yet to progress beyond opiates in the management of pain speaks loudly to the great importance of biology as a science.
 Quoting: V(pi)3³


Ever try to net a Damsel fish? So fast...


 Quoting: MaybeTrollingU


rofl


At the very end a Damsel fish attacks it. No doubt.

In the 15 years I have had a salt water tank, the damsel fish be the meanest. And the fastest.

Just try to net one.
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When I first started out as an aquarist, I was offered the damsel fish as a 'hardy starter'. lol.


So territorial it killed nearly everything in the tank. Even invertebrates.

Eventually, I had to remove every single piece of live rock in my tank, to get him out. No easy task. Cost me hundreds. As a hobbyist.

The next was the Tomato clown.

They become king the tank. In short order.
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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Is this how Epigenetics works?

Part of it?
 Quoting: Seer777


Could this be how 'environmental stress' is passed through generations? By having the cells of our ancestors in our bloodstreams. IOWs.

Epigenetic
relating to or arising from nongenetic influences on gene expression.
 Quoting: Seer777


My Internet is being fussy but I would like to comment....


.... what if we could remember not only the feelings, but the actual sights seen and sounds heard (etc.) of every single one of our ancestors?

.... does that explain memetics I wonder....?


Sort of begs the question of exactly whom is doing the remembering....
 Quoting: V(pi)3³


All our ancestors are tied to us. Looking out through our eyes...

Through genetic passage, to us. The current living.

However, ALL their personal memories and experiences, the ones we all experience while being alive, how do those interact in a epigenetic function?

Do they in this way?

Could the 100th monkey effect be linked?
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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I had maroon clown fish


A real beauty but held its own with trigger fish and surgeon fish and was built body and mind for the task.

He had several very large bubble tip anemones all too himself. I actually she'd a tear viewing him in the pet store wherein I was forced to drop him off one day.... he barely even looked alive, let alone being the lustrous yet delicate beauty I had raised.
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Notice the eye parts is broken up into senses

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Remember blood? Abzu bleed for 3 days.

The Absu turned red when hit by the plasmoid from Venus, and then disappeared except for one remaining ring. It looked like the arrival of a dragon which smashed into the rings. The untold billions of electrons arriving and smashing into the rings of the Absu would have neutralized most of the ionized gases. The dragon bled for three days. The "blood" seen in the sky could have been constituted by any number of diffuse common atmospheric gases, ionized or excited.

[link to saturniancosmology.org]
 Quoting: Fancypantz


I wore that symbol for some time. Had it custom carved out of a quarter.
[link to i846.photobucket.com]

Wore the silver right off the chain. The chain broke a few days before that snowstorm in Dec of 2013. Everything changed after that.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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I had maroon clown fish


A real beauty but held its own with trigger fish and surgeon fish and was built body and mind for the task.

He had several very large bubble tip anemones all too himself. I actually she'd a tear viewing him in the pet store wherein I was forced to drop him off one day.... he barely even looked alive, let alone being the lustrous yet delicate beauty I had raised.
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I found a rock that looked like one Sunday. I'll post when gets approvedafro
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I had maroon clown fish


A real beauty but held its own with trigger fish and surgeon fish and was built body and mind for the task.

He had several very large bubble tip anemones all too himself. I actually she'd a tear viewing him in the pet store wherein I was forced to drop him off one day.... he barely even looked alive, let alone being the lustrous yet delicate beauty I had raised.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20063747


I too returned mine to the pet store. I did not want to kill it. But could no longer house it my tank. It was just too...territorial.

With everything.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Notice the eye parts is broken up into senses

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Remember blood? Abzu bleed for 3 days.

The Absu turned red when hit by the plasmoid from Venus, and then disappeared except for one remaining ring. It looked like the arrival of a dragon which smashed into the rings. The untold billions of electrons arriving and smashing into the rings of the Absu would have neutralized most of the ionized gases. The dragon bled for three days. The "blood" seen in the sky could have been constituted by any number of diffuse common atmospheric gases, ionized or excited.

[link to saturniancosmology.org]
 Quoting: Fancypantz


I wore that symbol for some time. Had it custom carved out of a quarter.
[link to i846.photobucket.com]

Wore the silver right off the chain. The chain broke a few days before that snowstorm in Dec of 2013. Everything changed after that.
 Quoting: Seer777

I delved into that symbol alot today, lol. Some interesting stuff about it.
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I think this painting is related to the eye. Notice the phoenix has only one eye showing within the cube. I think the other cube with the man inside, both represent the hypercube. And the red is prominent as well.

:daliphoenix:
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Notice the eye parts is broken up into senses

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Remember blood? Abzu bleed for 3 days.

The Absu turned red when hit by the plasmoid from Venus, and then disappeared except for one remaining ring. It looked like the arrival of a dragon which smashed into the rings. The untold billions of electrons arriving and smashing into the rings of the Absu would have neutralized most of the ionized gases. The dragon bled for three days. The "blood" seen in the sky could have been constituted by any number of diffuse common atmospheric gases, ionized or excited.

[link to saturniancosmology.org]
 Quoting: Fancypantz


I wore that symbol for some time. Had it custom carved out of a quarter.
[link to i846.photobucket.com]

Wore the silver right off the chain. The chain broke a few days before that snowstorm in Dec of 2013. Everything changed after that.
 Quoting: Seer777


hmm


For some reason I find myself unable to access that time period of my memory.


I like that symbol though. And admittedly to deface currency to obtain it is an admirable aspect.

chuckle
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I think this painting is related to the eye. Notice the phoenix has only one eye showing within the cube. I think the other cube with the man inside, both represent the hypercube. And the red is prominent as well.

:daliphoenix:
 Quoting: Fancypantz


She has nice boobs.

lol.


I walked into a show called Revolution earlier.

I sat down for a bit and the called one of the characters 'Fancypants'. At least twice while I sat there for 10 minutes or so.

My first exposure to the show.


'Red' was all of Star Trek TNG last night. It was one of the themes.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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