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I love my Filson Double Mackinaw, but this last winter I got a WeatherWool All Around Jacket. It kicks @$$. Made a comparison video between the two coats.



I think the Filson is entirely outclassed.

What do you think?

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Look at that view count- dang good thread OP.

It appears to me that either the megalithic structures like pyramids are either much older than stated and methodology has never been known or the knowledge of who and how was purposely destroyed; not just that lost in burning/ destruction of ancient pagan libraries. Alexandria in 48, and many more continuing into the 400-500 AD era- which is still quite a long time ago- but maybe the last remaining tid bits were destroyed not so long ago. During the Reformation? Later: 1700-1917 time frame?
Egyptologists would be out of work, let alone embarrassed, if they acknowledged that the Sphinx was much older than the Giza pyramids, but geology says it's true.
And I agree with you 150% about ancient knowledge being purposefully destroyed, as you cited with the libraries in Alexandria.  Add to that the REALLY ancient knowledge lost when the ChiComs destroyed the temples and killed the monks in Tibet.  I could rant on indefinitely about the crimes against humanity perpetrated in the name of religion and ideology, right up to the current destruction in Iraq (Mesopotamia). 
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Look at that view count- dang good thread OP.

It appears to me that either the megalithic structures like pyramids are either much older than stated and methodology has never been known or the knowledge of who and how was purposely destroyed; not just that lost in burning/ destruction of ancient pagan libraries. Alexandria in 48, and many more continuing into the 400-500 AD era- which is still quite a long time ago- but maybe the last remaining tid bits were destroyed not so long ago. During the Reformation? Later: 1700-1917 time frame?
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It isn't about  mental power at all. It's about a frequency of sound .... I think...
Yeah....and Gregorian Chants and Tibetan Temple music just came along 'cause it sounded cool...  :rolleyes:

And now we're back to frequencies...of sound, of energy, of crystals...and around and around we go.
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It isn't ridiculous that the stones are lighter if they are porous material.  His debunking is actually, to me, quite logical.  No one has ever, with a witness of any credibility, shown the ability to move objects with their thoughts.  Do you have a source for the professionals who have examined the stone and estimated their weight?   Why not just weigh one, there are several laying around that could be used to get something better than an estimate.

At some point people who believe this is the result of some super mental power need to face the fact that it cannot be demonstrated by those who claim to be able to do it.  Remember Uri Geller?

As to Stonehenge the National Geographic channel had a program on that seems to be a very well thought out method that was used to raise the stones.  They used it to raise some and it seemed to work as they thought it would.

It isn't about  mental power at all. It's about a frequency of sound from a speaker (Black Box) basically. I think...
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Reminds me of a grade school science question: "Which weighs more, a pound of lead, or a pound of feathers?"  :rofl:

It doesn't really matter if one stone has a greater volume than the other. The dang thing still weighs tons!
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Photo who?
I am alright with imgur. They had their chance.
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Guess I'm a dimwit, too.  The specific gravity of granite is 2650 Kg/m3.  The specific gravity of oolite is 1538 Kg/m3.  Yeah, they ain't as heavy as they look.  Not saying they ain't heavy.  Just not as heavy as they "look."  Damn, I hate it when scientific fact gets in the way of bullschitt.
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DIY and Homemade Gear / Re: Footrope knot lanyard
« Last post by asemery on May 18, 2018, 04:29:27 PM »
There is another completely different way to tie the same knot.  Which do you prefer?



fiador knot tutorial
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