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  1. I like your latest art work of the EWU family!👌👍

  2. Good work. You managed to encapsulate the spirit as well as great art. Well done.
  3. I am with you. I have a whole bunch of questions if this turns out to be legit.
  4. What do you think? Most scientists still believes its natural. Zoom in on the symmetric patterns. This one, at the very least, is the best realistic pareidolia. Could it be more? ( I was looking for this picture originally)
  5. @HGOWDY Where you referring to this beauty?
  6. Excerpt from Angela Nelson on July 19, 2016, 12:40 p.m. Sphinx of Balochistan (My comment; it should be noted many believed that it is man made.) While Egypt is home to the Great Sphinx of Giza, Pakistan's Hingol National Park is home to another sphinx that resembles its man-made cousin but was formed without the help of human hands. This sphinx, carved by wind and rain, sits atop a mountain about 155 miles from Karachi on the Makran Coastal Highway, Pakistan The Makran Coastal Highway offers visitors a peek of other unique rock formations as well, such as the Princess of Hope, a rock shaped like a human standing tall above a pile of rocks. Photo: Atamari /Wikimedia Commons Wikimedia Commons ___________________________________ https://www.ancient-origins.net/ But is it man made? (My addition: Currently it appears to be about 4500 to 5000 years old.) Just like the Sphinx at Giza, the Pakistani formation appears to include a head-dress similar to the Nemes head-dress worn by the ancient Pharaohs, with its striped markings on a cloth which covers the crown and the back of the head of its wearer. The flaps hanging down near the ears are also clearly visible on the Balochistan Sphinx, whilst the horizontal groove resembling the pharaonic headband can be seen adorning the forehead. This bizarre rocky outcrop is not the only one resembling a man-made structure in the park, as another unusual statue-looking feature called the 'Princess of Hope' (see image below) stands tall nearby. Of course, both features continue to be explained away as nothing but natural formations 'carved by wind and rain' , but could there be more to it than that? _________________ What do you think?
  7. Excerpt from Wikipedia Washoe County, Nevada, Fly Geyser Fly Geyser, also known as Fly Ranch Geyseris a small geothermal geyser located on private land in Washoe County, Nevada, about 20 miles (32 km) north of Gerlach. Fly Geyser is located near the edge of Fly Reservoir in the Hualapai Geothermal Flats. In 1964 a geothermic energy company drilled a second well near the site of the first well.The water was not hot enough for energy purposes. They reportedly capped the well, but the seal failed. The discharge from the second well released sufficient pressure that the original geyser dried up. Dissolved minerals in the water, including calcium carbonate and silica, accumulated around the new geyser, creating the cones and travertinepools. The Fly Geyser is the result of man-made drilling in 1916 when water well drilling accidentally penetrated a geothermal source. In June 2016, the non-profit Burning Man Project purchased the 3,800 acres (1,500 ha) Fly Ranch, including the geyser, for $6.5 million.[1][2] The Burning Man Project began offering limited public access to the property in May 2018.
  8. If aliens saw us walking our dogs and picking up their poop, who would they think is in charge? 

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  9. This too shall pass... It may pass like a kidney stone, but it will pass.  Anonymous-

  10. I find all of your stories (the ending at least) very uplifting. Many of you cheated death and you're here to tell us about it. From the bottom of my heart thank you for sharing. I never had a near death experience like the topic had intended. Another phrase often used is out-of-body experience or oobe. And I didn't even have a traumatic experience which left me clinging to life. But if I may be permitted to venture off just a bit... About 4 month back a perfect storm brewed where two medical conditions arose simultaneously leaving my doctors and I thinking my end was near. We were all under the impression it was one condition and I was living my last days, maybe weeks. I was indeed in great pain. I needed to get my house in order including writing up my will. My doctor was calling me at home to check with me. I was seeing special counselors to assist me. My life change, my outlook changed. All the what ifs surfaced, including regrets. But finally I accepted it and started looking at life with love. My life had always been an attempt to treat everyone with respect but I often failed. Then my doctors and I learned that my one medical condition, a bloody bladder due to cancer had little to due with my abdomenal pain. The latter issue was corrected and I'm no longer suffering. I'm not quite out of the woods but it looks like I have years. My philosophy of respect and love will continue. Really, I choose not to hate, not even my enemies. Life is too short. So you see, I like hearing stories of cheating death. Thank you.
  11. I try not to use vulgar words in my life but wow is that ever f'-up! Lime green should not be associated with any food. What we have here is a squeezable bottle of guacamole poo.
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