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Discussion in 'Optimal Labs' started by Eddie Garza, Apr 29, 2015.

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    A series of tables will be generated using the VAERS automated data,” and that these, “will be refreshed daily for internal use,” but “not for public release”.

    myocarditis is an issue with the vaccines

    , also known as inflammatory cardiomyopathy, is inflammation of the heart muscle. Symptoms can include shortness of breath, chest pain, decreased ability to exercise, and an irregular heartbeat. The duration of problems can vary from hours to months.

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    In this podcast, Abhijit Iyer explains how the eastern Mediterranean Christianised and then Islamised. By using these historical events as an anchor he then expounds his views on what lessons India could learn from this.

    Christianity=Judaism + eating of pork

    Why Christians are willing to die for their believes----> because they have only one God.

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    Major Breakthrough in Nuclear Fusion After Decades of Research
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    The Riemann hypothesis is the most notorious unsolved problem in all of mathematics. Ever since it was first proposed by Bernhard Riemann in 1859, the conjecture has maintained the status of the "Holy Grail" of mathematics. In fact, the person who solves it will win a $1 million prize from the Clay Institute of Mathematics. So, what is the Riemann hypothesis? Why is it so important? What can it tell us about the chaotic universe of prime numbers? And why is its proof so elusive? Alex Kontorovich, professor of mathematics at Rutgers University, breaks it all down in this comprehensive explainer.

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    Why COVID-19 Models Don’t Predict the Future
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    To understand what epidemiological models can tell us, it helps to first understand what they can’t. In this explainer, we break down how epidemiological models are built and dispel some of the common misunderstandings about their applications. Read the full article at Quanta Magazine: https://www.quantamagazine.org/the-ha...
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    Jesus in India, Tibet and Persia - An Account Missing from the Bible
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    Jesus in Egypt: An Account Missing from the Bible
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    Explaining the Faith - Islam: What We Need To Know
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    Why 9/11/2001 happened on that day?
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    Battle of Vienna of 12 September 1683


    [​IMG]https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Battle_of_Vienna
    The Battle of Vienna took place at Kahlenberg Mountain near Vienna on 12 September 1683 after the imperial city had been besieged by the Ottoman Empire for two months. The battle was fought by the Holy Roman Empire led by the Habsburg Monarchy and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth , both under the command of King John III Sobieski , against ...
    Battle of Vienna of 12 September 1683
    [​IMG]www.uec.eu › 12_September_1683.html
    In the Christian victory over the invading Muslim Turks on 12 September 1683 at the walls of Vienna, the forces of the Holy Roman Empire and of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth under the command of Jan III Sobieski, King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania, were victorious over the larger Muslim Turkish forces that had laid seige to Vienna for the preceding two months.
    Polish King Jan III Sobieski's army saves Europe in the ...
    [​IMG]https://www.pap.pl › en › news › news,283661,polish-king-jan-iii-sobieskis-army-saves-europe-famous-battle-vienna-334-yrs-ago
    Jan III Sobieski was born in then Poland's Olesko (today's Ukraine) on August 17, 1629. His historic 1683 victory over the 200,000-strong Ottoman army in the Battle of Vienna is believed to have ...
    John III Sobieski - Wikipedia
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    Sobieski's greatest success came in 1683, with his victory at the Battle of Vienna, in joint command of Polish and German troops, against the invading Ottoman Turks under Kara Mustafa. [26] [31] Upon reaching Vienna on 12 September, with the Ottoman army close to breaching the walls, Sobieski ordered a full attack.
    The Battle of Vienna and the Holy Name of Mary ...
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    In 1683, the forces of the Holy League, under Poland's King Jan Sobieski, roundly defeated the Mohammedan invaders at the Battle of Vienna. Here is a brief telling of that triumphant occasion by Gary Potter (in "Saint Mary of Victory - The Historical Role of Our Lady in the Armed Defense of the Faith"):. Fortuitously, the pope of the day, Innocent XI, had just brokered an alliance ...
    Siege of Vienna 1683 Jan III Sobieski cavalry charge (with ...
    [​IMG]https://www.youtube.com › watch?v=RRUJgrweGfM
    Music composed by Howard Shore.The Day of the Siege: September Eleven 1683 is a 2012 English-language Polish and Italian historical drama film based on the 1...
    Were the "hussars" that Jan Sobieski used at the battle of ...
    [​IMG]https://history.stackexchange.com › questions › 8126 › were-the-hussars-that-jan-sobieski-used-at-the-battle-of-vienna-actually-elite
    Apparently, the decisive blow at the 1683 Battle of Vienna was struck by Jan Sobieski, with only 3,000 "hussars" (cavalry). This seems a bit hard to believe, given that the Turkish army had about 100,000, while hussars were the second worst form of cavalry, above only Cossacks.
    City of Vienna Refuses To Remember Jan III Sobieski ...
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    September 24, 2018. Plans to raise a monument for Jan III Sobieski, the Polish king who helped save Europe in the Battle of Vienna, have come to a surprise halt. The City of Vienna and its Social Democratic mayor Michael Ludwig, who has been elected in May, now refuse to finish the construction.
    Monument to famous Siege of Vienna halted
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    The Turks lost the battle at the Gates of Vienna 334 years ago. Austrian daily, Kronen Zeitung that the Battle of Vienna, September 12, 1683, had ended in a crushing defeat of the besieging Turkish army. Since 2013 it has been planned to erect a monument to the leader of the relieving army, King Jan III Sobieski. But the project has been halted.

    Croissant is an Austrian pastry in memory of a Muslim's defeat in Vienna.
    Maria Antoinette brought it to France in 1770 from Austria. She was born in Vienna.

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    Did Humans Become the Dominant Species Because of Toba Super Volcano?
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    Unexpected Link Between Earth Rotation and Great Oxygenation Event
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  17. ThunderBolts -> Andrew Hall: The Shocking Truth

    Andy Hall deconstructs the cause and effect of 'shock wave'—and why it's quite obvious in a not too distant past lightning was far more powerful on this planet than what we experience today.
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    Time (8:50)
    He called Chinese for help, no response
    he called NASA for help, no response
    he called the same phone number

    We are all the same aether
    it is what is
    we can either resonate in harmony
    make destructive interference
    that is our free will
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  20. These seem quite mild compared to what Andy Hall describes in his presentations.
    I'm wondering what he may think created this contrasting weather patterns (then vs now). If per-historic weather had the capacity to sculpt mountains and oceans floors, what may have been the condition (electron-dynamically) of the earth that it would predispose it to these dramatically more violent weather patterns?

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