Retaining_H2O 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have a relative who is getting his doctorate in Geology.
He has gone out to many archaeological sites as part of his studies. I asked him once what would happen if they found something (fossil or artifact) that geologically didn't belong... something that the would challenge the present theories of chronological order.

He said they wouldn't find anything like that.

I asked again, but what if you did?

He said very slowly... We wouldn't find it. It would never have happened.
The implication is that, if you as a scientist (geology, anthropology, etc...) find something that inconveniently challenges the current belief system, you cannot have found it. If you insist, then kiss your academic career and credibility goodbye. Best to pretend not to find anything.

Retaining_H2O 4 points ago +4 / -0

You could always use the fallacy that Barack Obama was famous for:

Jan 06, 2015 · On his Twitter account, President Obama tweets: “Ninety-seven percent of scientists agree: #climate change is real, man-made and dangerous.”

That carries the implication: Who are you to challenge them?

Also, if scientists who disagree are being silenced, then it's not surprising that 97% of those allowed to speak agree with the political views of those who silenced the others.

Retaining_H2O 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm sure our military and intelligence agencies have run thousands of computer simulation scenarios... and they likely know with a 95% accuracy what will happen (within a small range of possibilities).

Retaining_H2O 1 point ago +1 / -0

If anyone wants to see what Russia is capable of doing to a city, check out the drone footage of the city of Homs, Syria. The city had 750,000 population before. Syrian troops + Russian troops leveled it.

YouTube video

Retaining_H2O 13 points ago +13 / -0

Hurricanes can spin off a lot of tornados.
Ian is a powerful hurricane, and the Northeast quadrant of the hurricane is where most tornados will form.

Be aware during the next 2 days. Lots of water spouts, lots of tornados.

Retaining_H2O 14 points ago +14 / -0

That's nothing. Hold a similar referendum in Georgia... and you'll get 110% of eligible voter turnout.

Hold that vote in Pennsylvania and you'll see over 300,000 ballots arrive in unmarked vans several hours after the election is over... yet still be counted anyway.

Retaining_H2O 20 points ago +20 / -0

That cardiologist isn't "baffled"... she is LYING. :>(

She knows exactly what's causing the sudden increase in heart problems in young adults... and it has nothing to do with herbal supplements.

Retaining_H2O 1 point ago +1 / -0

Considering that Italy was an Axis power fighting with Germany during WWII... the Vatican was probably in lock-step with Adolph Hitler and Benito Mussolini.

Retaining_H2O 4 points ago +4 / -0

Does that make Snowden eligible for the Russian military draft to fight in Ukraine?

Retaining_H2O 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Nord Stream 2 pipeline wasn't operating. It was filled with gas and sitting idle. They KNOW where the leak occurred, in Danish waters off Bornholm Island... so this wasn't Russia planned.

Typical water depth in the area of that leak are around 250 feet. It could be an accident, or could be something other.

Retaining_H2O 2 points ago +2 / -0

In a strange coincidence... the Baltic Pipe that carries natural gas from Norway to Poland has been filled with gas... and will be commissioned tomorrow, September 27th. The final tests and gas pumping have taken place recently, ready for the official launch of the new pipeline tomorrow.

The Baltic gas pipeline runs along the bottom of the North Sea, Danish territory and the bottom of the Baltic Sea. This pipeline will move up to 10 billion cubic meters of gas per year from Norway to Poland. Due to a construction delay on the Danish side, the pipeline will reach its full capacity from January 2023.

It's weird how the idled Russian Nord Stream 2 developed a serious leak that will call into question it's safety and reliability... the day before the Baltic Pipeline officially goes into service.

Retaining_H2O 1 point ago +1 / -0

Brief history lesson this "Nord Stream 2" pipeline "leak" reminded me of:

In the year 1519, Hernán Cortés arrived in the New World with six hundred men and, upon arrival, made history by destroying his ships. This sent a clear message to his men: There is no turning back.

Two years later, he succeeded in his conquest of the Aztec empire.

Is this perhaps the European Union getting out ahead of the coming winter gas crisis? Sanctions on Russian Gas will remain in place... and there IS no turning back (particularly because the Nord Stream 2 pipeline now has an unexplained large hole in it...).

Retaining_H2O 2 points ago +2 / -0

The pressure of the liquefied gas in the sealed pipeline dropped from 105 bars ( 1,575 psi) to just 7 bars (105 psi) overnight.

If the pipeline was only at a water depth of 240 feet, the pressure at that depth is over 100 psi... so that might indicate the pipeline discharged a LOT of natural gas and is now at water depth pressure. Typically, pipelines have isolation valves every so often, so a slow leak can be isolated and fixed. In this case, to have such a huge drop in pressure within a few hours, it might not be a tiny leak.

Reuters is carrying the story as well. Reuters article

Retaining_H2O 2 points ago +2 / -0

Part of the concept is... due to us protecting each other, they can't attack any of the pawns. The only thing they can do is to keep retreating while our numbers grow.

Retaining_H2O 4 points ago +4 / -0


Raising interest rates only works for dis-incentivizing people to buy goods they don't actually NEED. For example... higher interest rates slows down spending on homes, boats, vacations, expensive foreign goods, fashion clothing, etc... .

British people are just trying to cope with higher gas and electricity prices, rising food costs and just basic costs of living. This is not frivolous spending. All higher interest rates will do is drive people further into poverty.

Retaining_H2O 7 points ago +7 / -0

Twitter must realize that, when Trump left Twitter... along with him went about 20 MILLION actual users (not bots).

Now Twitter is only a few users and Millions of bots constantly regurgitating talking points amongst themselves. :>)

Retaining_H2O 3 points ago +3 / -0

Now we'll see what EU President Von der Leyen meant when she said: “My approach is that whatever democratic government is willing to work with us, we’re working together,” but added: “If things go in a difficult direction, I’ve spoken about Hungary and Poland, we have tools.”

Let's see EU produce those "tools". Bring it out in the open and reveal what the EU leadership really is... an unelected group of slave masters.

Retaining_H2O 5 points ago +5 / -0

I wonder if the White Hats didn't interfere with their extermination plans.

That may be why roughly 5% of the Covid "vax" batches have 95% of the fatalities and severe health problems... but 95% of batches were less harmful.

I bet it wasn't originally planned that way by the Cabal.

Retaining_H2O 9 points ago +9 / -0

If there is such a thing, I hope it happens between 2:00am and 4:00am in the early morning. That way, people aren't driving on a highway at 70 mph when it happens.

Retaining_H2O 7 points ago +8 / -1

No. The hurricane will make landfall next to St.Petersburg, Florida, more than a thousand miles away from Houston.

It is tropical storm season, but nothing threatening Houston area. Also, they never have made announcement like that during any hurricane season in the past, or earlier this season either. This was odd.

Retaining_H2O 7 points ago +7 / -0

Antifa people are pretty stupid.
You could convince them that the Rocky statue in Philadelphia was Christopher Columbus. 😊

Let them tear that statue down.

Retaining_H2O 18 points ago +19 / -1

What's up with the three asterisks? Countdown?

Retaining_H2O 16 points ago +16 / -0

The pharmacist probably doesn't feel anything. Brainwashed NPCs and psychopaths share one trait... They typically don't feel.

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