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uncle ray Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-29-03 02:41 PM
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121. i never claimed to know anything
just crazy ideas.

i really wish i could have stayed in school longer, but they kick a person out of public school at some point, ready or not. as it is, i remember all too many times in high school asking questions the teachers could not answer. funny thing was, the class i learned the most in was English, but i learned nothing about English. all i learned was about real life skills, partly because the teacher in that particular class would encourage discussions about such "stupid" topics, even though they had nothing to do with the lesson plan, instead of insulting the kids for daring to ask the questions for which the teacher has no answers. don't even get me started on my history or current events teachers....fwiw that was over a decade ago.

yes i threw out some pretty crazy thoughts. i think the transmission of energy by waves could be one of the least known/exploited technologies. its certainly one of the most fascinating. i know first hand the power of "sound" i could make you vomit with it, or with enough power "float" a giant concrete block down the street. amazing things can be done. everything has a resonant frequency, you just have to learn to use it properly.

no doubt you have many years of education on me, much more experience, but it is just plain naive of you to suggest that we should give absolutely NO thought to the subject here. saying that Teutonic plates are big doesn't debunk anything, not that there is much to debunk anyway. just a crazy theory. if it doesn't interest you, fine. i would rather someone help with facts, i already KNOW how far out the idea is! but the facts are, that SOMEONE has researched this, whether the Germans, the U.S., private entities, SOMEONE has, or else the SOD was just as stupid as "we" are to even have suggested it.

you say its impossible for man to have some influence on the movement of the earths surface, i say it's not impossible. likely? probably not, but possible. can you give us that much?

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