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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 17 Dec 2009, 00:50

can see it in most homes soon, as no bedside light required im sure for those bed readers , there are so many electronic books online already , more than anyone could ever read
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Re: Kindle Wireless Reading Device

Post  tgII on Thu 17 Dec 2009, 01:25

I like books, their sense of mystery and tradition, the mild scent of
age stimulates the brain compared to the sterile electrical circuits of
silicone, books can be physically touched giving you direct access to
the authors thinking, books can be on the bookshelf and you can
differentiate them by size, color and title.




There is a used book store here in Tokyo I visit often, on the top
shelf very near the ceiling are three books which appear to be very
old, the paper tag inside the one hard covered book has 150,000Yen
(1640USD equivalent), just for one book! The title is Rothschild
Indexed Library of Books
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Re: Kindle Wireless Reading Device

Post  seraphim on Thu 17 Dec 2009, 08:12

Good ol' plain books will do just fine for me too.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 17 Dec 2009, 11:54

i relate to the sentiment but technology has a habit of squeezing out the sentimental, later if not sooner
They will be installing "screens" under the coffin lids next, to work on the outer aura subliminals before they fade , is it in the magic 3 days , it would scroll something like .....

"Hey friend , forget the glittery afterlife and that awful dour hell, come come into the lair of the lost souls where u can headspin, be a roadtest for all sorts of pre-hell devious entitys and talk crap for as long as you keep your blinkers on, yeah sir , ure gonna love it with us here .... your experienced tourguide uri's awaits to take u through the hoops, shes been with us for so long"
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Re: Kindle Wireless Reading Device

Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Thu 17 Dec 2009, 17:57

I don't mind the technology as it saves space on my already crowded bookshelves and allows me to cross-reference, collate and merge information from many sources into a single file. And many titles will come for a cheaper price and with less use of paper and ink.
Anything to get people to read is fine with me.

Best information and reviews for e-book readers...
http://www.consumersearch.com/ebook-readers
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Post  seraphim on Fri 18 Dec 2009, 21:32

I always thought where all this technology came from and all of a sudden for that matter. And amazed that people just accepted it and didn't ask about the source.
They say it was the Germans messing with the Vrill Society, there's a name for it, but they say that was also channeled or Tesla maybe channeling it.
Well it sure isn't humans who invented it. I'm beginning to realize that it's impossible for a human to invent a new technology, unless they get it from a Being that knows it already. And get it in whatever mode, channeling etc, because the human brain just isn't functional enough to have that capacity to create like that.

The next round of technology given to us might not be so good, might be implemented for the new regime and people forced to go along with it or even unknowingly like getting zapped by HAARP. Who knows.


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Re: Kindle Wireless Reading Device

Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Fri 18 Dec 2009, 22:24

It is the same with grain for food.

All wild varieties could not be consumed at all by humans. They had to be domesticated. The foreknowledge of that is impossible to know. Only wisdom from an experienced source could have passed it on. As one must be extremely selective as to which seed and how to do it and then know what the final result will be...over many generations. Myth speaks of this knowledge coming from..."angels".

This is why all grain should be soaked, and/or fermented as many of the plants chemical compounds and structures are not digestible. See Weston Price Foundation and cookbook Nourishing Traditions by Sally Falon.
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Re: Kindle Wireless Reading Device

Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Fri 18 Dec 2009, 22:26

Rather than spend the bucks on one of these e-book readers, couldn't one just get a nice HRC smartphone with Windows 6.5 and be able to do the same thing with it while having a device with many other practical uses? As it would allow one to store and read pdf?
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Re: Kindle Wireless Reading Device

Post  seraphim on Mon 07 Jun 2010, 05:09

Some major things to happen.
As the Sun Awakens, NASA Keeps a Wary Eye on Space Weather

Earth and space are about to come into contact in a way that's new to human history. To make preparations, authorities in Washington DC are holding a meeting: The Space Weather Enterprise Forum at the National Press Club on June 8th.

The sun is waking up from a deep slumber, and in the next few years we expect to see much higher levels of solar activity. At the same time, our technological society has developed an unprecedented sensitivity to solar storms. The intersection of these two issues is what we're getting together to discuss
http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2010/04jun_swef/
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Post  tgII on Mon 07 Jun 2010, 14:33



This is an extremely dangerous precedent being set here. This
science is based on the premise 'global warming' is actually
what is occurring despite the contrary.

The science is being bent to conform to the City of London's
plans for carbon emission trading and a carbon commodity
currency.

These irrational assholes are clearly out of control.
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Re: Kindle Wireless Reading Device

Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Tue 08 Jun 2010, 04:38

Clearly they are not only weaponizing space, but they are afraid of something in the weather yet to come.
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Post  tgII on Tue 08 Jun 2010, 12:15

They are attempting to limit Co2 emissions. This is their ace up the
sleeve and are going to use it to literally cap us at 350ppm.

Ever hear of the 'planetary skin' project?



Here's the video, and notice the level of sophistication and technical
jargon used by the narrator. Don't ever get tricked by the terminology,
it's psychological warfare at its finest:



'Climate change' is one of those terms thought up in a psychological
warfare think tank, what the hell for since the climate changes all the
time through history.

Remember, the weather forecasting comes out of the MET Office in
Britain using massively big Cray Computers to compute these models
on weather, they can predict and do anything they want with the
weather.

The MET Office was turned over to the Ministry of Defense in Britain
as a 'trading fund.'

That's why they are in the business of militarizing the weather,
so they can profit from 'global warming' by limiting Co2 emissions
and turning carbon into a commodity. Using the Planetary Skin at
some future point will give them global coverage on their monopoly.
Absolutely fucking ingenious.

We are totally militarized in the western world - total military
domination in all areas of life.

That's what 9/11 was all about, what they are doing is systematically
destroying industrialized society basing it on carbon emissions. 9/11
was the initial carbon emission attack, ask the six-hundred and fifty
some employees of Cantor Fitzgerald, they were given the ultimatum,
play the game or die. They decided not to play the game when Carlton
Bartels, inventor of a patented carbon emission trading software, told
them he wasn't playing their game.

Anyone know what the New Rule Sets Project is, who attended and what its
purpose was when meetings were held between May 1, 2000-June 4, 2001
in the WTC Tower Windows to the World restaurant?

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Re: Kindle Wireless Reading Device

Post  KapitanScarlet on Mon 09 May 2011, 01:03

Anything to get people to read is fine with me.

I decided to purchase the newer style KINDLE and am very pleased with it ....im looking forward to a little reading now of many documents i have collected and been meaning to read

The main pluses are no backlight = no strain on eyes , superb contrast , and i dont need no kindle rip off store , i got enough pdfs to keep me going as long as i need to and there are plenty free books on the net
Very easy to operate, i will add comments as i become familiarised on the other functions
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