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Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel

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JOEL

Mumbai, India

#50411 Apr 1, 2013
OBE should result is the opening up of the disembodied consciousness to the superior ranges of consciousness that indwell within the disembodied consciousness or it should result in the disembodied consciousness forging a link with the superior planes of consciousness that lie above the head and which exceed the capacities of the consciousness that is native to the individualized being.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#50412 Apr 1, 2013
that are, not that is native....
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#50413 Apr 1, 2013
Willed OBE is an advanced stage in the yoga that far exceeds a spontaneous OBE.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#50414 Apr 1, 2013
Willed conception is rare....rare indeed.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#50415 Apr 1, 2013
In the overwhelming majority of cases, the conception of a child is an unconscious and a bestial act that takes place when the sexual mates are at their worst in terms of the degree of their manifested consciousnesses in their minds, vitals and bodies and as such such a type of conception is usually a purge, a catharsis, of the most uncomely traits that get passed on to the offspring in activated form and this dysfunctional form of breeding together with eugenic abnormalities like hypogamy and/or inbreeding results in the birth of progeny that're distorted in mind, vital and physical instincts.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#50416 Apr 1, 2013
Being conscious while in the mother's womb indicates a superior line of evolution of consciousness stretching back many births.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#50417 Apr 1, 2013
There's no mystery to the phenomenon of the metempsychosis or to reincarnation that's based on causation as applied to the laws governing consciousness and an indication of the application of the law of cycles which is common in natural processes and this continues until a state of stato-dynamic equilibrium is attained by the individualized consciousness which then suspends the cyclical process and confers on the consciousness a state of stability and freedom and identification with the universals rather than with the particulars.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#50418 Apr 1, 2013
Off to the stylish Rendezvous Rooftop in the Taj to put in a brief appearance at a friend's birthday party that's being celebrated there. Will return soon.
voluntarist

United States

#50420 Apr 1, 2013
CO2 myth busted: Why we need
more carbon dioxide to grow food
and forests

(NaturalNews) If you talk to the global warming crowd, carbon
dioxide -- CO2 -- is the enemy of mankind. Any and all
creation of CO2 is bad for the planet, we're told, and its
production must be strictly limited in order to save the world.
But what if that wasn't true? What if CO2 were actually a
planet-saving nutrient that could multiply food production
rates and feed the world more nutritious, healthy plants?
CO2 is a vital nutrient for food crops
As it turns out, CO2 is desperately needed by food crops, and
right now there is a severe shortage of CO2 on the planet
compared to what would be optimum for plants. Greenhouse
operators are actually buying carbon dioxide and injecting it
into their greenhouses in order to maximize plant growth.
The science on this is irrefutable. As just one example, the
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food says:
CO2 increases productivity through improved plant growth and
vigour. Some ways in which productivity is increased by CO2
include earlier flowering, higher fruit yields, reduced bud
abortion in roses, improved stem strength and flower size.
Growers should regard CO2 as a nutrient .
If you want to understand why CO2 is an essential nutrient for
food crop growth, check out this informative slide show . It
explains that "CO2 may be repidly depleted during crop
production" daylight hours, because the plants pull all the CO2
out of the air and use it in photosynthesis.
The CO2 found in modern-day atmosphere is 340ppm. But
food crops would grow far faster if the concentration of CO2
were closer to 1000ppm, or roughly 300% higher than current
levels. In fact, most greenhouse plant production causes a
"CO2 depletion" to happen, shutting down photosynthesis and
limiting food production. As the "Carbon Dioxide in
Greenhouses" fact sheet explains:
Ambient CO2 level in outside air is about 340 ppm by volume.
All plants grow well at this level but as CO2 levels are raised by
1,000 ppm photosynthesis increases proportionately resulting
in more sugars and carbohydrates available for plant growth.
Any actively growing crop in a tightly clad greenhouse with
little or no ventilation can readily reduce the CO2 level during
the day to as low as 200 ppm.
Thus, greenhouse plants are "running out" of CO2. They are
starving for it. And when you add it to food crops, you get
higher yields, improved taste, shorter flowering times,
enhanced pest resistance and other benefits.
Why we should pump carbon dioxide
into greenhouses
This brings up an obvious answer for what to do with all the
CO2 produced by power plants, office buildings and even
fitness centers where people exhale vast quantities of CO2. The
answer is to build adjacent greenhouses and pump the CO2
into the greenhouses.

http://www.naturalnews.com/039720_carbon_diox...
MUQ

Qatif, Saudi Arabia

#50422 Apr 1, 2013
http://www.scribd.com/doc/75606978

The madness that was Iraq War, listen from the Horse' Mouth Now Part-1

Update: The Iraq War Ledger

A Look at the War’s Human, Financial, and Strategic Costs

Matthew Duss and Peter Juul December 2011

01. The United States is withdrawing the last of its troops from Iraq this month, which makes now an appropriate time to begin weighing the costs and benefits to U.S. national security from our intervention there.

02. On May 1, 2003, President George W. Bush stood aboard the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln and declared to the country and to the world that “Major combat operations in Iraq have ended. In the battle of Iraq, the United States and our allies have prevailed.”

03. As Americans would quickly find out, President Bush’s declaration of victory was severely premature. Iraq would soon be in the throes of a violent insurgency and, eventually, a full- blown sectarian civil war.

04. More than eight years after that speech, as President Barack Obama prepares to keep his promise to end the war, Iraq has made progress but still struggles with insecurity and deep political discord.

05. Though the level of violence has remained down from its 2006– 2007
peak—when dozens of bodies could be found on Baghdad’s streets every morning—Iraq still endures a level of violence that in any other country would be considered a crisis.

06. Still, the end of former Iraq President Saddam Hussein’s brutal regime represents a considerable global good, and a nascent democratic Iraqi republic partnered with the United States could potentially yield benefits in the future.

07. But when weighing those possible benefits against the costs of the Iraq intervention, there is simply no conceivable calculus by which Operation Iraqi Freedom can be judged to have been a successful or worthwhile policy.

08. The war was intended to show the extent of America's Power, it succeeded only in showing its limits

09. The tables and charts below tell the tale. We have grouped these costs into three categories:

The human costs, dealing with American and Iraqi casualties

The financial costs, dealing with the expense of the war and of the continued care for The strategic costs, dealing with the impact of the Iraq intervention on U.S. power and influence in the Middle East and on the global stage

(Contd.)

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#50423 Apr 2, 2013
voluntarist wrote:
CO2 myth busted: Why we need
more carbon dioxide to grow food
and forests
LOLOLOL

that is not anything new

Read an intro textbook on Environmental Science

Chapter - carbon cycle

Sure, CO2 stimulates some crops (and poison ivy). But at the expense of climate change. That CO2 has to go somewhere after incorporation.It doesnt stay in the plant forever - rather it is released back into the atmosphere during decomposition.(Unless the plant in question is peat moss in a cold climate.)

And by they way, whether a plant is stimulated is not as simple as you think - it depends upon its metabolism. Plants are either C3 or C4 - the label refers to a dominant carrier molecule during phtosythesis. C4 plants are more susceptible to CO2, while C3 plants are less sensitive.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C3_carbon_fixati...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C4_carbon_fixati...
http://www.cgrer.uiowa.edu/people/carmichael/...

If you are interested in this topic - I recommend learning some basic science first.
rabbee yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#50424 Apr 2, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
LOLOLOL
that is not anything new
Read an intro textbook on Environmental Science
Chapter - carbon cycle
Sure, CO2 stimulates some crops (and poison ivy). But at the expense of climate change. That CO2 has to go somewhere after incorporation.It doesnt stay in the plant forever - rather it is released back into the atmosphere during decomposition.(Unless the plant in question is peat moss in a cold climate.)
And by they way, whether a plant is stimulated is not as simple as you think - it depends upon its metabolism. Plants are either C3 or C4 - the label refers to a dominant carrier molecule during phtosythesis. C4 plants are more susceptible to CO2, while C3 plants are less sensitive.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C3_carbon_fixati...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C4_carbon_fixati...
http://www.cgrer.uiowa.edu/people/carmichael/...
If you are interested in this topic - I recommend learning some basic science first.
rabbee: you forgot the effects of CO, for healthy root systems. and i would be more alarmed at an substantial increase, in CO than CO2 for the moment...

but i have a different take, on global warming. G-D'S Anger is being kindled at the whole world, at odds against HIM. and pissing of G-D, seem to have gotten some dramatic results here in TheTorah. and most certainly won't get any of us, admitted into GanEden.

ONE G-D for all, and all for TheOne G-D, here in TheTorah Happening again. is TheOnly Way, to GanEden.

and obviously this world, did not make it there. with every one at fault, blaming each other for being the fault.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#50425 Apr 2, 2013
rabbee yehoshooah adam wrote:
<quoted text>
rabbee: you forgot the effects of CO, for healthy root systems. and i would be more alarmed at an substantial increase, in CO than CO2 for the moment...
CO2 is only one half of the greenhouse emissions to be concerned about that cause global warming.

Methane (CH4) and the oxides of Nitrogen (NO, NO2, N20) are the other half as well.

The basic problem is the liberation of carbon from the long term pool. I.E. the burning of fossil fuels.

Storing carbon is a short term pool - plantlife - doesnt solve the problem obviously because of the relatively rapid turnover

Ironically, we have discussed the carbon cycle on this very forum before - including the C3, C4 stuff and the ability of plant to grow more - so Volunteerist CANT claim this is a NEW idea.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#50426 Apr 2, 2013
rabbee yehoshooah adam wrote:
<quoted text>

but i have a different take, on global warming. G-D'S Anger is being kindled at the whole world, at odds against HIM. and pissing of G-D, seem to have gotten some dramatic results here in TheTorah. and most certainly won't get any of us, admitted into GanEden.
standard fundamentalist argument

Hughbe blames it all on satan

equal amount of data for either of those explanations
Voluntarist

United States

#50427 Apr 2, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
CO2 is only one half of the greenhouse emissions to be concerned about that cause global warming.
Methane (CH4) and the oxides of Nitrogen (NO, NO2, N20) are the other half as well.
The basic problem is the liberation of carbon from the long term pool. I.E. the burning of fossil fuels.
Storing carbon is a short term pool - plantlife - doesnt solve the problem obviously because of the relatively rapid turnover
Ironically, we have discussed the carbon cycle on this very forum before - including the C3, C4 stuff and the ability of plant to grow more - so Volunteerist CANT claim this is a NEW idea.
yada yada yada the earth was warmer in the past than it is now, this is just another means of control by the liberal freaks.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#50428 Apr 2, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
<quoted text>
yada yada yada the earth was warmer in the past than it is now, this is just another means of control by the liberal freaks.
In other words you didnt read my post
rabbee yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#50429 Apr 2, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
standard fundamentalist argument
Hughbe blames it all on satan
equal amount of data for either of those explanations
rabbee: well call me what you want about it, frijoles crazy insane or fundamentalist. but i have spoken, to G-D about it. so i have HaShem G-D'S Input about it all.

and how can you blame anything on hasatan, when G-D gave hasatan all his instructions? who is in charge of his enemies, as well as baal hamolech, and halooseefer. who all also receive their instructions from HaShem.

but if you look long enough, if you measure a sufficient number of attributes, and if you are highly selective, you can eventually find statistical evidence to prove or disprove any claim.

so do not ask of me, to represent any of you liars against G-D. here in TheTorah Accounting, all happening again.
rabbee yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#50430 Apr 2, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
In other words you didnt read my post
rabbee: well pissing off G-D, certainly is of no help to this world. and it ain't going to get, any of us into GanEden either. as G-D has a greater influence on this world here in TheTorah than you could ever imagine.
MUQ

Qatif, Saudi Arabia

#50433 Apr 2, 2013
http://www.scribd.com/doc/75606978

The madness that was Iraq War, listen from the Horse' Mouth Now Part-2

Update: The Iraq War Ledger

A Look at the War’s Human, Financial, and Strategic Costs

Matthew Duss and Peter Juul December 2011

10. Before turning to those tables and charts, however, we would like to make two additional points

.
11. First, it is critical to remember the shifting justifications for the U.S. intervention in Iraq.

12. The Iraq invasion was sold to the American public on the basis of Saddam Hussein’s supposed possession of weapons of mass destruction and his alleged relationship with Al Qaeda.

13. When both claims turned out to be false, the Bush administration justified the intervention on the idea that a democratic Iraq would be an ally in the “war on terror” and an inspiration for democratic reform in the Middle East. These arguments remain, at best, highly questionable.

14. Second, the authors would like to make clear that this analysis of the costs of the Iraq war in no way diminishes the sacrifice, courage, and honor displayed by the U.S. military in Iraq.

15. Americans troops have served and died in Iraq at the behest of the American people and two of their commanders-in-chief. This is why it is important to draw the correct lessons from our nation’s invasion of Iraq. In order to do that, its costs must be examined honestly and rigorously.

(Contd.)
Voluntarist

United States

#50434 Apr 2, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
In other words you didnt read my post
CO2 & Temperature (also see Temperature Record)
The ice-core data is frequently cited as principal evidence to
argue that CO2 is the earth’s main climate driver. It is, in a
way, the jewel in the crown of the theory of man made global
warming. But the ice-core data does not show that CO2 drives
climate. It shows, very clearly, that variations in temperature
precede rises in atmospheric CO2 – not the other way round.
The two phenomena are divided by a time lag of several
hundred years.
There is no evidence that CO2 has ever ‘driven’ the climate in
the past, nor is there any compelling evidence that it is doing
so now.
According to global warming theory, if an enhanced
greenhouse effect (from increased levels of CO2 or indeed any
other greenhouse gas) is responsible for warming the earth,
then the rate of temperature rise should be greatest in that part
of the earth’s atmosphere known as the troposphere,
specifically in the tropics. And yet the observations, from
weather balloons and satellites have consistently shown that
not to be the case. I urge readers to look at the Christy et al
papers below. The latest one was recently published in the
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007). This may seem like a
rather technical issue, but it strikes at the very heart of the
theory of man made global warming.
The Myth of Dangerous Human-Caused Climate Change
Read More
Tropospheric temperature change since 1979 from tropical
radiosonde and satellite measurements”– John R. Chirsty,
William B.Norris, Roy W. Spencer, Justin J. Hnilo Journal of
Geophysical Research, VOL. 112, D06102
Read More
http://www.greatglobalwarmingswindle.co.uk/co...

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