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Posted:4/26/2010 6:47:14 PM
Okay Garuhn, I guess you suffered long enough.  I have been a long time looker upper of science stuff here is a site you can go to and ask for their catalog. That way you don't have to order on line. The site is scientificsonline.com the company's name is Edmund Scientific and if its got to do with science, they most likely have it.I get their catalog about once a year, since I do a lot of electronics and science research, plus I am an avid "star looker" ( they call us astronomers) so I used to get my oculars and glass from them. As a matter of fact they have other things that may interest you, like an IR camera, Geiger counters, EMF Meters, Sound Meters, Light meters, you name it. Their customer service phone number is 1-800-728-6999 but only M-F and 08:00 to 18:00 and their ordering number is 1-800-818-4955 and this number is good 24/7.

Posted:4/26/2010 6:42:46 PM
Okay Garuhn, I guess you suffered long enough.  I have been a long time looker upper of science stuff here is a site you can go to and ask for their catalog. That way you don't have to order on line. The site is scientificsonline.com the company's name is Edmund Scientific and if its got to do with science, they most likely have it.I get their catalog about once a year, since I do a lot of electronics and science research, plus I am an avid "star looker" ( they call us astronomers) so I used to get my oculars and glass from them. As a matter of fact they have other things that may interest you, like an IR camera, Geiger counters, EMF Meters, Sound Meters, Light meters, you name it. Their customer service phone number is 1-800-728-6999 but only M-F and 08:00 to 18:00 and their ordering number is 1-800-818-4955 and this number is good 24/7.

Posted:4/26/2010 4:57:19 PM
Cool beans!  I would very much like to believe this theory 100 percent, but here is why not. Have you ever heard any ghost stories coming from power plant workers?I spent a lot of time in the engine rooms of ships, the generators surround you. Never did I have the paranoid feelings, etcetera. I did however experiment with frequency variation in the Electronics shop, and even though it was cool, that caused major problems. I am sure you have to be ultra sensitive to EMF to be able to feel anythhing. For crying out loud, the earth is one giant magnet with varying flux on a daily basis and we all presume to be sane...Peace

Posted:4/26/2010 4:51:45 PM
Hobobone, when was the last time a child was smart enough to do or say anything about any job? What makes a poor child different?

Posted:4/26/2010 4:48:21 PM
Oh, I'm sorry for assuming that since most of the posters were so enthused actually deiscussing the topic, you know...

Posted:4/23/2010 10:55:42 PM
EMP? EMF? Vortex? Ley line?Do you guys realize what you are saying? EMP is an Electromagnetic Pulse and EMF is Electromagnetic Force. Can your minds even fathom how much energy it takes to create a magnetic wall so dense as to kill a bird by shattering its beaks and breaking their wings? Ley Lines are also alleged magnetic fulx lines that go from one point to another on land, same question as before. An a Vortex is either going to suck in or spit out something. I serously doubt the birds would of had any feathers had they been sucked in by a Vortex. Ever seen a hurricane or tornado in action?These birds probably just flew into the ground since they do the same as sheep, they follow the leader wherever he may go (twinges of Peter Pan songs here) and the leader may not have gone where he needed to...Peace

Posted:4/23/2010 10:44:07 PM
Why worry about Russia or China when you got trigger happy North Korea and Iran posturing? WWIII is a possibility only if all the other countries start taking sides instead of retaliatory action. The UN was made in order to avoid Nuclear warfare, yet no one civilian seems to know that. 

Posted:4/23/2010 10:39:07 PM
Listen guys, while we still have a chance, I got this bridge in Brooklyn I'm trying to sell...And you actually believe this guy...hmmmm

Posted:4/23/2010 10:27:11 PM
Whatever you guys are smoking must be pretty good. When was the last time that you even approached a magazine on astrophotography? When was the last time that you read about the various countries and their space programs? How about, when was the last time you heard that the Indian Space program and the Japanese space Probes had confirmed the moon landing junk left behind?By the way, I have been observing the moon and planets since I was a kid, and in all those years I have never seen the moon in any shades other than varying shades of gray.If this people did not land on the moon, where did the moon rocks come from? And by the way, yes any citizen can ask to see them, you just have to know how.I can't wait till next year someone discovers that the rovers did not go to Mars and that all the pictures are CGI. The company I work for vested milliions into ensuring that this things were real and operational, since the true profit would come from other agencies wanting what we were actually making happen.

Posted:4/23/2010 10:17:10 PM
Alzheimer's anyone?