I recommend to click on the little picture to the left. You can download this photo as a PDF in good resolution. This is necessary, because that will allow you understand what I am describing here. The facts speak clear and loud and are beyond the realm of speculation: The cockpit shows traces of shelling! You can see the entry and exit holes. The edge of a portion of the holes is bent inwards. These are the smaller holes, round and clean, showing the entry points most likely that of a 30 millimeter caliber projectile. The edge of the other, the larger and slightly frayed exit holes showing shreds of metal pointing produced by the same caliber projectiles. Moreover, it is evident that at these exit holes of the outer layer of the double aluminum reinforced structure are shredded or bent – outwardly! Furthermore, minor cuts can be seen, all bent outward, which indicate that shrapnel had forcefully exited through the outer skin from the inside of the cockpit. The open rivets are are also bent outward.
There is an unsustainable amount of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere that is poisoning our natural world, and scientists are engaged in a heated debate on how to mitigate its effects. In Hawaii, one scientist has decided to stop debating and do something to save the vital coral reefs that protect our shores. How to save coral reefs.
One person, could hve been a Monsanto schill, minimised the damage by saying the measured amounts were very small. I replied:
What you are missing Ron is the cumulative and multiplicative effects of poisons and toxins and the fact that some people are for more susceptible than others to their harm. Researchers took an amount of mercury that would kill 1 in 100 mice, an amount of aluminium that would kill only 1 in 100 mice, combined the two amounts into a single dose and it killed 100 out of 100 mice when administered.
We have an anti-smoking ad that says, “Every cigarette is doing you harm.”
Well, that applies to other toxins too.
Rene, my son-in-law writes:
Have you been getting notifications to upgrade your computer Windows 10? If you have not upgraded yet here are a few tips and options.
Backup before upgrading. Most Windows 10 upgrades are successful, but you don’t want to risk not having a full recent backup of your data in case the unthinkable happens and you lose your pictures, documents, etc.
Windows 10 download is 3.5 gigabytes. If you don’t have unlimited downloads on your internet plan then downloading Windows 10 might take you over the limit and slow your internet down or you may incur extra charges. Check your plan before you do the download.
Upgrade can take hours. While Microsoft says the upgrade can take from 20 minutes to 1 hour I have not seen this to be the case. Each computer is different and from experience some have taken hours. It’s best to start the upgrade before bed or if you know you won’t need the computer for a few hours.
Some software might not work properly. While many companies are releasing Windows 10 compatible drivers and software there are still some that are not ready. If you have software on your computer that is not common or you have an old computer or printer then verify that have compatible drivers and software available.
Consider a professional to help you. If you find the above too hard to do or just can’t be bothered, but you want to upgrade to Windows 10, you can contact us to do the whole process for you. We’ll pick up your computer, run a full backup prior to upgrade. Check to ensure your computer will work with Windows 10, then perform the upgrade and bring your computer back to you ready to use. Contact the office on 02 8188 9777 or mobile 0402 936 861. Arrange for an upgrade by Friday 27 November and receive a 10% discount.
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Have a great day!
A woman walked into the kitchen to find her husband stalking around with a fly swatter.
“What are you doing?” she asked.
“Hunting Flies.” he responded.
“Oh. Killing any?” she asked.
“Yep, 3 males, 2 females.” he replied.
Intrigued, she asked, “How can you tell them apart?”
He responded, “3 were on a beer can, 2 were on the phone.”