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Things I saw in the news today

Discussion in 'The New Monster Thread' started by Lahelada, Jul 2, 2014.

  1. So the BBC carried out a poll of 16-24 year olds in the UK to establish which areas of the UK were the best places to live.
    There were various categories: housing costs, unemployment rates, public transport links, nightlife etc.

    But the report (and media coverage) highlights two main factors considered vital by 16-24 year olds

    - Strength of 4G cell phone signal and

    - Availability of Mental Health treatment

    Madness!!

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/newsbeat-46815257


    The 'best' place to live was Bristol - Excellent 4G
    (It's also a test city for 5G and has recently seen a spate of student suicides, although this was not covered in the report.)
     
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  2. Tanya McGowan

    Tanya McGowan Texas Anesthetist (LSU Grad-Geaux Tigers!)

    How can you shield yourself while you are inside these 5G environments?
     
  3. Anya

    Anya Gold

    create a forest :p
     
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Being a physician is being a shift worker in a forced labor camp in 2019. If you do not abide by the rules you'll have no place to go. This slope is so treacherous that it costs you 250,000 to make the journey when you realize you just used time and money to enslave yourself into learned helplessness. the slave masters of the matrix in hospitals have as much concern for you as a great white shark does for a wounded seal. I cannot tell you how many times I was told by an administrator......."Hey you signed up for this, so just fill out the call schedule and deal with it".

    Part of the reason medical training is so demanding in the United States is that hospitals control the labor market for residents by assigning spots based on a centralized matching system rather than an ordinary, competitive market. While such collusive arrangements are generally prohibited by the nation’s antitrust laws, employer-controlled labor markets are not uncommon. Just as an enterprising entrepreneur cannot form an independent baseball team and challenge the Yankees for a spot in the A.L. East, an aspiring doctor has no legal right or ability to negotiate the terms of his or her entrée into the medical profession. Instead, the sole avenue to being a fully licensed medical doctor in the United States is by submitting to what is known as “the match.”

    https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2017/02/doctors-long-hours-schedules/516639/
     
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  5. Mike David

    Mike David Same name new person

  6. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    What does "need" really mean to you? Is "need" oxygen when mankind is dying to breathe due to his circumstance? I've found it very hard to biohack the world lately. It's hard to save the world when you find it hard to save yourself. Nothing undresses your passion more than something inside of you identifying a desire you never knew you possessed. To really change the world, we have to help people change the way they see things because you've learned to change how you look at the world. #5gReality https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=141&v=AT9stGEcJ_4
     
  7. In a medical hypothesis by Samuel Milham of Washington State Department of Health (2009) entitled “Historical evidence that electrification caused the 20th century epidemic of diseases of civilisation” Milham reveals that once Thomas Edison began electrifying New York City in 1880, the onward march of electrification correlated with sharp rises in cardiovascular disease, diabetes, suicide and cancer.

    Whereas on farms and countryside areas which lagged a long way behind urban areas in acquiring electrification, incidences of such disease were barely ever seen. It was not until the 1950’s that the majority of US farms got hooked-up onto electrical power.

    Somehow this information which has been known about for decades, never got into the public domain. Milham states

    “It seems unbelievable that mortality differences of this magnitude could go unexplained for over 70 years after they were first reported – and 40 years after they were first noticed.”


    https://www.globalresearch.ca/synthetic-electric-shock-from-electrification-to-5g-wifi/5667541
     
  8. Linz

    Linz New Member

  9. ElectricUniverse

    ElectricUniverse New Member

    Amen. Until enough good practitioners take the red pill and are able to see the medical industry cartel as a part of the oppressive Matrix they are screwed as a professional group.
     
  10. cinnamon

    cinnamon Gold

    Why microwaving grapes creates a dazzling plasma light show

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/grapes-plasma-microwave-1.5024855

    Excerpt:
    "The first key is that grapes are mostly made of water. Water bends microwaves and shortens their wavelength significantly because it has a high refractive index.

    The second is that half a grape, or even a whole grape, is just the right size "so that you can fit essentially one microwave wavelength inside the grape," said Pablo Bianucci, a physics professor at Concordia University in Montreal, who co-authored the paper.

    The single microwave gets trapped inside the grape, where it bounces back and forth, heating up the grape half from the inside out — just the opposite of how foods normally heat in a microwave.

    If another grape half is nearby, the trapped microwaves can hop between them, generating a strong electromagnetic field. That provides the energy for the electrons and ions to escape from the molecules inside the grapes and the air, producing a plasma."
     
  11. ElectricUniverse

    ElectricUniverse New Member

    Human eyeball approximates the size of a large grape. Think about that.
     
  12. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

  13. Martina

    Martina Gold

    That reminds me of Andrew Marino book he writes
    To be Powerful means to get what is actually good. It is weakness, not power, if what you bring about is actually evil, even if you are doing what please you.
     
  14. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The new QT # 26 post takes this analog and its comprehension to meteoric levels.
     
  15. Lahelada

    Lahelada New Member

    https://www.sciencealert.com/earth-...M3tP3UvTZ6vahRTj5zrvz2HpXwgTYMRnFv34MKr2N9oDw

    "The region is called the geocorona, part of an atmospheric layer called the exosphere. It's a tenuous cloud of neutral hydrogen that glows in far-ultraviolet light."..
    " previously, its upper limit was thought to be around 200,000 kilometres (124,000 miles) from Earth, because that's the point at which solar radiation pressure would override Earth's gravity."
    "according to data from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) that limit doesn't even come close. The geocorona, scientists have found, extends out to as much as 630,000 kilometres (391,000 miles).
    Which means it engulfs our beloved satellite in an atmospheric hug."
     
  16. Katie Durham

    Katie Durham New Member

  17. Lahelada

    Lahelada New Member

  18. shiran

    shiran Curious

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