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Read a comment yesturday saying we come from the sea cus we have the exact ratio of water/salt as the ocean...hmm?

You guys really have to start doing better then I read a comment that said or hey this is what it is because some jerk-off on YouTube said so this place has so few rules they're basically non-existent the big one is always provide Citation for exceptional claims. If citation is not possible at least substantiate the claim.

I will not let the quality of discourse to degenerate to Twitter.

Also if you're looking for the book you'll never find it it's not a book
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If I understand this correctly, 'Winds of Change' said/asked this:

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I think you gave a clue to your perspective when you said "upside down water".  Which is upside down?

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The water oriented South during the earth rotation at over a thousand miles an hour

Okay, that's probably it.  I asked a few questions, so wasn't sure.  Why would it be different to the northern water, except for coriolis effect?

The Coriolis effect is larger than that and it would be different because the water not pointing directly up would fall unless gravity was acting on it. Think about how strong gravity has to be to keep all that water in place
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Also if you're looking for the book you'll never find it it's not a book

Is this referring to 'the book' from the Key#1 thread?
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Also if you're looking for the book you'll never find it it's not a book

Is this referring to 'the book' from the Key#1 thread?

Yup
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Also if you're looking for the book you'll never find it it's not a book

Is this referring to 'the book' from the Key#1 thread?

Yup

I'm curious why did you mention 'the book' when (at least from what I've seen) it wasn't mentioned at all? I take it that its related to the subject of this thread or something else previously mentioned about the human body.
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Because any previous thread he mentioned his purpose here was to find the book
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If I understand this correctly, 'Winds of Change' said/asked this:

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I think you gave a clue to your perspective when you said "upside down water".  Which is upside down?

To which Nick replied with this:

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The water oriented South during the earth rotation at over a thousand miles an hour

Okay, that's probably it.  I asked a few questions, so wasn't sure.  Why would it be different to the northern water, except for coriolis effect?

The Coriolis effect is larger than that and it would be different because the water not pointing directly up would fall unless gravity was acting on it. Think about how strong gravity has to be to keep all that water in place

Yes it affects all the water on either side of the equator.  Gravity isn't the strong thing.  The water itself generates part of the field effect.  Gravity does no work.
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If I understand this correctly, 'Winds of Change' said/asked this:

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I think you gave a clue to your perspective when you said "upside down water".  Which is upside down?

To which Nick replied with this:

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The water oriented South during the earth rotation at over a thousand miles an hour

Okay, that's probably it.  I asked a few questions, so wasn't sure.  Why would it be different to the northern water, except for coriolis effect?

The Coriolis effect is larger than that and it would be different because the water not pointing directly up would fall unless gravity was acting on it. Think about how strong gravity has to be to keep all that water in place

Yes it affects all the water on either side of the equator.  Gravity isn't the strong thing.  The water itself generates part of the field effect.  Gravity does no work.

Ok Explain because that makes no sense...  lol
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If I understand this correctly, 'Winds of Change' said/asked this:

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I think you gave a clue to your perspective when you said "upside down water".  Which is upside down?

To which Nick replied with this:

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The water oriented South during the earth rotation at over a thousand miles an hour

Okay, that's probably it.  I asked a few questions, so wasn't sure.  Why would it be different to the northern water, except for coriolis effect?

The Coriolis effect is larger than that and it would be different because the water not pointing directly up would fall unless gravity was acting on it. Think about how strong gravity has to be to keep all that water in place

Yes it affects all the water on either side of the equator.  Gravity isn't the strong thing.  The water itself generates part of the field effect.  Gravity does no work.

Ok Explain because that makes no sense...  lol

You mean as in gravity does no work?  Same as magnetism does no work.  The water is part of the mass that creates the overall field effect.  It's not seperate in that sense.  I'm not talking about conventional notions of gravity here.  It's not really that hard to understand, I think.  Or maybe it is, I don't know.
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If I understand this correctly, 'Winds of Change' said/asked this:

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I think you gave a clue to your perspective when you said "upside down water".  Which is upside down?

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The water oriented South during the earth rotation at over a thousand miles an hour

Okay, that's probably it.  I asked a few questions, so wasn't sure.  Why would it be different to the northern water, except for coriolis effect?

The Coriolis effect is larger than that and it would be different because the water not pointing directly up would fall unless gravity was acting on it. Think about how strong gravity has to be to keep all that water in place

Yes it affects all the water on either side of the equator.  Gravity isn't the strong thing.  The water itself generates part of the field effect.  Gravity does no work.

Ok Explain because that makes no sense...  lol

You mean as in gravity does no work?  Same as magnetism does no work.  The water is part of the mass that creates the overall field effect.  It's not seperate in that sense.  I'm not talking about conventional notions of gravity here.  It's not really that hard to understand, I think.  Or maybe it is, I don't know.

So only water or other matter creates ots own.field
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I've always understood space as being outside the limits of time and space because it is not a manifestation of anything, and hence it is not manifested under the limit of time and space. Planets however are very pure expressions of archetypes and their energetic densities overlay on the non-physical planes to form their physical forms, the same with anything.
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Because any previous thread he mentioned his purpose here was to find the book

You seem to have me confused with someone else.

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