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   Strategies & Market TrendsTaking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment


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To: Doug R who wrote (6023)4/24/2024 7:33:09 AM
From: 3bar
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Doug what about electric cars ? Will they not be effected ?

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To: 3bar who wrote (6024)4/24/2024 12:41:08 PM
From: Doug R
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Please don't tell me that you have an EV. I don't know of any tests on them but those batteries might be a problem.

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To: Doug R who wrote (6025)4/24/2024 3:14:02 PM
From: 3bar
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lol

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To: Doug R who wrote (6025)5/1/2024 7:19:09 AM
From: 3bar
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2011 Mazda . Ben clarifies the pole shift and time lines video .

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To: 3bar who wrote (6027)5/1/2024 10:44:46 AM
From: Doug R
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I'm not as optimistic as he is about when the Sun might take out the grid.
We had that geomagnetic jerk early last year after a couple others already in the 2000s. They're coming closer together. With each one, magnetosphere strength takes a step down.
Here's a list from the 1900s, time between jerks is narrowing rapidly.

"...geomagnetic jerks have also been observed to occur around 1925, 1978, 1991, and 1999..."
link.springer.com

The Sun doesn't really have to do anything spectacular to take out the grid at this point.

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To: Doug R who wrote (6028)5/1/2024 11:18:59 AM
From: miraje
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Where on earth will humans survive when this blows? Poisoned rain and at least several years of global winter..

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To: miraje who wrote (6029)5/1/2024 12:23:11 PM
From: Doug R
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...Step away from the clickbait....
Yellostone ain't goin' nowhere....




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From: Doug R5/2/2024 12:08:37 PM
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green-tek.com

Drone proofing: The main garden is about 1200 sq. ft.
The border is 6'6" ft. high. Internal fencing going up is 6 ft. chain link.
Potatoes(lots) carrots, onions, radishes in the ground. Corn, beets, squashes, melons, strawberries, cucumbers on deck.
Maybe I'll get that Thermonator as a guard dog....besides my 2 guard(en) real dogs. Feared by nearly everyone in town. They're sweethearts...unless.
The romaine I let go to seed last year is coming up in the front yard again. Lots more to go in.
4 other smaller plots too.



The password is "mother may I"


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To: Doug R who wrote (6031)5/2/2024 3:55:14 PM
From: Woody
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Very nice sir ... I didn't know you are a dog person. Looks like two very well cared for pups .. I'm sure they are sweethearts .. lol. Any chance the second pup has a little pit in there .. was a little blurry. My fav's by the way for the last 40 plus years.

Here's my ferocious guard dog ... she's helping to give presents out at xmas




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To: Woody who wrote (6032)5/3/2024 1:13:16 AM
From: Doug R
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Not so much a dog person as a security person.
The one on the stairs is Baby...mother of the other, Ceja (eyebrow). Both pit. Both have criminal records. :-)

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