Jean-Léon Moore

Jean-Léon Moore

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    It's decided. Full Wild Hunt, Gigacide Deal. They've invited the Old Ones Back with no self-awareness at all. They fucking even prayed to them, which is just asdgdghdfhdflgjdklgklghj. Bilderberg agreed to back certain things and are total idiots and don't...
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    Ok Greg, a couple of links for you, since you might not quite understand the extent of coverage (?? Who knows ??) [Note: I happen to know that these sources are monitored / pruned; it's also where most of the...
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    Guilt. Nah. You're pretty low on the old "responsibility scale"; trust me, it's a crowded market at the top end, not seeing your name on that list. *Hug* @518 Yeah. And she was an actual alcoholic. She died, about 2.5...
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    Well, bingo, that's the real issue. I did say you had to then evaluate every link in the supply chain. That includes the 7 Ws and the 8th "Who paid" and the 9th "Who was screwing whom here". #1 Research...
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    See post #477. The links go to a variety of places, a couple which are very useful. If you emailed him nicely, you'd probably be able to get specs of the POC setup they did. And it's a Dr who...
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    And something to cheer you up / bleach the eyeballs: Choose either: Anti-Tory Poster in London Image, EXTREMELY NSFW (but funny), 5th June, 2017 or The Monster UN Which is a weird little site that for four years has just...
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    For example, here's something from yesterday: anti-Daesh forces bombarding the hospital in Mosul with white phosphorous, which is technically a war crime. #Irak images #EI de bombardements au phosphore blanc du centre hospitalier #Mossoul ouest datées d'aujourd'hu Twitter. You'll note...
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    If you want the sanitized version: On Mosul’s Front Line: A Grueling Battle on Civilian Streets NYT 5th June, 2017 Trust me: when May says she wants to censor the internet, what she actually means is remove people's ability to...
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    Do you really want me to link to extremely dodgy websites hosting live combat footage featuring Islamist propaganda and people dying after this weekend? Really? It's just a background radio chatter in one of about a million videos out there...
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    And, to end on a moment of levity. A person of interest has been arrested in connection with leaking classified documents by the US government. Her name is: REALITY LEIGH WINNER Twitter, Eric Geller, Politico, 5th Jun 2017. His twitter...
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    Damn, dropped one: Adding Seaweed to Cattle Feed Could Reduce Methane Production by 70% Science Alert (another blog that does a good job of embedding links), Oct 2016 So, that's one way to get the vast cattle industries to at...
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    It was more the tone: along the lines of "Is that the bloody French on this channel?!". It was also fairly obviously current combat footage and you can pull all kinds of data from that type of video. So, no...
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    Hmm. Qatar. Over 10k US troops and of course, RAF Al Udeid and Operation Shader. The UK explicitly signed an intelligence sharing agreement with Qatar rather than Saudi Arabia (UK and Qatar sign pact to combat jihadis and cyber warfare...
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    Whelp, my Cassandra gene is still ticking over: Qatar row: Saudi and Egypt among countries to cut Doha links BBC, 5th June 2017 Qatar row: What's caused the fall-out between Gulf neighbours? BBC, 5th June 2017 Alleged reasons: Muslim Brotherhood,...
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    Anyhow. As promised, a life for a life. I'll take your place, enjoyed the novels and ideas. One last *nose wiggle* THESUNTHESUNTHESUN....
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    Oh Robert. You're obsolete. :(...
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    [Note Michael or מִיכָאֵל‎ might be a code-word. Or a person. Or a 2018 hurricane. Hint: none of the above, but it's not our thing] p.s. My last mentor wrote the first strike policy for the USA on MAD. Very...
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    Oh, and in a RAND Game Theory project, you need to basically remove humans from all places which have existant tropical peat forests and then deny any access. i.e. biological weapons along the lines of Anthrax. Can't use nukes, can't...
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    If you want this in less formal terms: You need to radically rethink / redesign your entire supply chain networks from the ground up and you need to do it in an imperfect world where bunging the President of Afghanistan's...
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    Look. Just do a search for Barack Obama's latest op-ed or just type "insect protein" into a search engine and view the myriad of newspaper sources discussing the issue. It's almost always badly framed and totally ignorant because there are...
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    [Note to Hetero, Pigeon, Mike, Gordon, Host etc - sorry, I thought the link would explain immediately, very distracted, UK politics and London and ugh ugh. I should have said "Tropical Peat Lands" as a qualifier. I forget you view...
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    Do not understand the very strong resistance/hostility toward this idea among the present crowd. If you've not blocked me, see 477. They're a wonderful idea / concept / dream etc. No doubt a few will get built and once they...
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    Well, yes, that's the ecology. Tropical peatlands, which coexist with swamp forests within the tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests biome, store and accumulate vast amounts of carbon as soil organic matter - much more than natural forests contain. Their...
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    Well, that's a per annum usage. It's probably in the ball-park, +/- 25% for waste, unreported cock-ups etc etc. The Aral Sea got a good 50 years on the hard end, so. Someone tell the Americans that they're proving a...
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    Sadly, knowledge gap here. I wasn't referencing tundra: Peatland communities throughout Indonesia have had to re-learn how to live peaceably with their environments. It is estimated that peatlands contain nearly twice as much carbon as all the world’s forests combined,...
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    Pop fact to get that 286 cubic kilometers into perspective. At the time of the fall of the Soviet Union, the entire water usage of the planned economy was roughly 300 cubic kilometers (half that of the USA, sitting at...
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    Not all peat bogs; I was talking about the other kind. The ones with rainforests on them and that store approx double the entire fixed CO2 of the rest of the world's forests combined. Anyhow, this is all very topical...
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    And if you missed it: That was someone who knows the industry, and the external costs, telling someone else that they don't know what they're talking about. But only after they tried patronizing her. Irony. If you rely on Peat,...
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    Oh, no reply. Abbott Laboratories, North Chicago, Illinois. And yes: 100 comments prior, already know the angles. You're literally running wetware that's out of date. ~ Disappointed. (That's a Meme btw)...
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    p.s. Experimentally, sterilized vermiculite and peat moss is frequently saturated with a liquid nutrient medium (49) and is infested with a de- sirable ectomycorrhizal fungus. I know how the industry works, oh look, Peat again....
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