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17731There is a nice segment about all this on the History Chanel show Ancient AliensBenny-Rubin-7 hours ago
17730I made a copy of the document I found online by him, about how he did it, almostbagwajohn-12 AM
17729Ok this is something that everyone here needs to read. I went there during the sBenny-Rubin-yesterday
17728The standing stones on the Beara Peninsula are ubiquitous if not as large as theLoneClone-yesterday
17727Yes! They planted about 20 of them. They were doing great up until December. LMABenny-Rubin-yesterday
17726Coconut palms? LOL.Bonefish-yesterday
17725Some years back these clowns planted Palm Trees down the NJ Shore in Long BranchBenny-Rubin-yesterday
17724yes, i was shocked to see palm trees growing in front of my brother in law home John Carragher-yesterday
17723Western Scotland! Wow. These stone circles you speak of, is it like Stonehenge? Benny-Rubin-yesterday
17722A number of palms are cold hardy. A couple can handle temps as low as 5 degrees Bonefish-yesterday
17721Indeed, SW Ireland has plenty of palm trees, thanks to the Gulf Stream, as does LoneClone-yesterday
17720That is absolutely amazing! ThanksBenny-Rubin-yesterday
17719Lo and behold.. for the first time in awhile, the Atlantic is relatively quiet. Ron-yesterday
17718I have seen palms growing on the SW coast of England, as well as tropical rhododvireya1yesterday
17717Hey Clone,yes and just imagine it was a full forced hurricane on that loop. WereBenny-Rubin-Monday
17716Geez, that is amazing. I once rode a a bike out the Beara Peninsula on the west LoneClone-Monday
17715Not a threat to USA only Ireland England and maybe Denmark. :) Benny-Rubin-Monday
17714THREE people have now been killed during Hurricane Ophelia after the 80mph gale Benny-Rubin-Monday
17713OT -- It reminds me of Riders to the Sea, a play by J.M. Synge about Ireland anSam2Monday
17712In 56 years they have likely ignored the possibility and thus infrastructure. ThBonefish-Monday
17711A MUST READ FOR WEATHER BUFF NUTS LIKE ME Hurricane Debbie (1961) en.wikipedBenny-Rubin2Monday
17710One dead so far, widespread power outages and scattered damage as the remains ofRon-Monday
17709Most powerful storm to hit Ireland since 1961. Forward speed was 45mph so it movBenny-Rubin-Monday
17708Ireland will be really green. Ah, the emerald isle.Bonefish-Monday
17707Ireland lashed by hurricane-force winds in 'worst weather event in 50 years&Moonray-Monday
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