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    The Giants of Tiahuanaco: article from 1955

    120 years for a life limit might not be the case if signaling molecules for aging are finally detected in blood and some hopefully inexpensive ways are found to silence them or get them signaling for youth instead of aging. This might be so easy to do with very good luck, that an 800 year old...
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    The Giants of Tiahuanaco: article from 1955

    I looked for a thread with "Methuselah" and found this one. Came across this: Apparently, the rare earth Lanthanum is supposed to work great and removing iron from within cells. The notion would be back in the days before agriculture there might have been locations on Earth where there was an...
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    1811-12: Destruction Hypothesis

    Below is some interesting clip evidence from the Reporter article of local mass psychosis brought on by the earthquake and whatever caused it. Manly men and family providers deserting their families? Somebody dropped a link at the forum about the Dyatlov Pass mystery. Reading a bit I found that...
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    1811-12: Destruction Hypothesis

    I propose that KD's theory is supported by the "Bicameral Mind" theory by Jaynes that I posted some information on around 6 months ago. Just as very rare adaptive evolutionary molecular systems might be switched on during catastrophes, so might the bicameral mind. As Jaynes points out even if...
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    O-Rings and a Real Good Engineering

    This is why one of the primary personality traits they look for in an astronaut is the "never blows a gasket" trait. One of the issues with remote colonies on the Moon and elsewhere is a damaged oring with even a small nick can't be repaired. Large door seals are molded requiring very large...
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    Assassin's Creed

    I viewed the first 7 minutes and last 5. During the ending this scene sums the universe up well. The scene below just before the end shows how constrained life is for the actual game player at least in this "Atlantis" ending. Its like the index card I pull out of my pocket at work whenever...
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    Neuromancer

    I never read the book and spent around 3 minutes reading a summary. There were major simulation computer languages like Simula 67 back in the 70's and lots of early AI programming so the author probably encountered books, conversation and articles on AI and simulation and used that as storyline...
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    Neuromancer

    I'll wait for the movie for answers. "In August 2017, it was announced that Deadpool director Tim Miller was signed on to direct a new film adaptation by Fox, with Simon Kinberg producing." The Neuromancer Movie Is Back On, This Time From Deadpool Director Tim Miller
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    Proving the Creator using the religion of Science

    Here is an interesting page about human fetus foot bone structure being similar to osteolepiform fishes. Fetus' Feet Show Fish, Reptile Vestiges Both sides of this fence gawk at the wonders of DNA. What if DNA is trillions of years old and the result of trillions of years of evolution? It might...
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    Traces of Christ in Odin?

    Interesting connection between Scandinavia/Sweden, runes, Odin and Thors hammer..... and stolen history. Video below. Socialistic government attempts to ban an entire ancient alphabet. My wife requested a Scandinavian gift for Christmas so I got her some 50's made in Sweden pewter Thors hammer...
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    Giant "Ancient" Romans, Human Engineering and the Real Slavery

    There might have been a common construction technique using a lamination approach where the intent is these structures would solidify over many years to last a very long time. Turning to rock however would probably have been an unintentional effect. "Some" dolmens might be explained with a...
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    Future: Madonna & Quavo Lyrics

    I completely agree with the potential subliminal power of music. I was just pointing out that one "influential" musician went on record saying she thought that music did not have much overt political influence. If its not overt influence its hard to make the connection between lyrics and any...
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    Future: Madonna & Quavo Lyrics

    The only "quote" from a musician that I ever bothered to almost remember was one from Natalie Merchant around 15 years ago when she said something like she wished music was more politically powerful. Someday somebody is going to figure out how to do that - maybe. Natalie Merchant |...
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    Future: Madonna & Quavo Lyrics

    You mentioned: Futurama - animated scifi sitcom series Writing The planning for each episode began with a table meeting of writers, who discussed the plot ideas as a group. The writers are given index cards with plot points that they are required to use as the center of activity in each...
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    Future: Madonna & Quavo Lyrics

    She might be writing about pricey life extension approaches many well to do people are using now that cost quite a bit more than the usual vitamin tablet which word has it - is worthless. Things like young blood transfusions, choice "poop" transfusions, routine DNA analysis to monitor the...
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