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Old 11-19-2016, 03:34 PM
 
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Thanks daqq....Peace
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Old 11-19-2016, 04:08 PM
 
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Nah, he just gets a hip REPLACEMENT, roflol....Peace
I still believe being restored.

I still believe they will all see him face to face.
Similar to what daqq posted concerning twice spun.
Elisheba and Maryah.

Yeshayahu 45.



25Through the Lord shall all the seed of Israel find righteousness and boast.
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Old 11-19-2016, 04:14 PM
 
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Sorry. That was me, clowning....carry on. Peace
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Old 11-19-2016, 05:00 PM
 
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salt having lost it's savor is especially bad and good for nothing...
did you know that it is actually physically impossible for salt to lose its flavor? And pretty difficult to break salt down into Sodium and Chloride? Difficult, and dangerous. You have to melt it (800+ degrees), and then subject it to electrolysis, and do it without blowing yourself up, becuase you are putting out loads of hydrogen gas. It is actually the quickest way to get a lot of hydrogen gas, i guess (which is highly explosive). Even making salt molten from heat will not separate the two chemical components, until you reach like some absurd temperature that i have now forgotten, and cannot easily find (decomposition temp, too high to bother listing on MSDS).

Salt is also highly unstable before it reaches decomp temp, and highly explosive then, the closer it gets. Salt is made of a soft metal (sodium) and a poisonous gas, chlorine; but breaking the chemical bond by either melting/electrolysis or decomposition releases huge amounts of hydrogen (too difficult to explain), the "first" or "elemental" element. Making salt from the two elements is equally amazing, extremely exothermic, extremely bright light, etcetc. You can amaze (and possibly kill) a class full of Chem students with a pound of salt and enough heat, or by the making of salt from the elements. Demo of making salt at the link below.

https://www.angelo.edu/faculty/kboud...m_chlorine.htm

furthermore, if your doctor tells you that you need to decrease your salt intake to regulate your BP, he is lying to you, and he knows that he is lying to you? That it is actually your salt metabolism that is whacked (just like your cholesterol metabolism surely is, at that point). These are both prevarications, because doctors seek to treat symptoms, not causes. An overdose of salt should cause some diarrhea and a temporary elevation in blood pressure, at most, in a healthy person. Cholesterol intake has virtually no effect on blood cholesterol.

(High blood cholesterol is a combination of factors, including consuming homogenized milk (in which the calcium--which was never the right kind of calcium for you, anyway, very poorly bioavailable to you--has been rendered into tiny shards--calcium is a metal--small enough to pass through the intestinal lining, and into the arteries, where they cause scarring, which the cholesterol then sticks to), poor cholesterol metabolism due to poor Omega3:Omega6 ratio (you need the right ratio of Omega3:6 in order to make healthy cell walls, which are optimally made from pure Omega3 and cholesterol), and a sedentary lifestyle, chiefly.

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Old 11-19-2016, 05:06 PM
 
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did you know that it is actually physically impossible for salt to lose its flavor? And pretty difficult to break salt down into Sodium and Chloride? Difficult, and dangerous. You have to melt it (800+ degrees), and then subject it to electrolysis, and do it without blowing yourself up, becuase you are putting out loads of hydrogen gas. It is actually the quickest way to get a lot of hydrogen gas, i guess (which is highly explosive). Even making salt molten from heat will not separate the two chemical components, until you reach like some absurd temperature that i have now forgotten, and cannot easily find (decomposition temp, too high to bother listing on MSDS).

Salt is also highly unstable before it reaches decomp temp, and highly explosive then, the closer it gets. Salt is made of a soft metal (sodium) and a poisonous gas, chlorine; but breaking the chemical bond by either melting/electrolysis or decomposition releases huge amounts of hydrogen (too difficult to explain), the "first" or "elemental" element. Making salt from the two elements is equally amazing, extremely exothermic, extremely bright light, etcetc. You can amaze (and possibly kill) a class full of Chem students with a pound of salt and enough heat, or by the making of salt from the elements. Demo of making salt at the link below.

https://www.angelo.edu/faculty/kboud...m_chlorine.htm

Pretty interesting. Yeah, I think it was sort of prose language to imply the longevity of what is Him. Doesn't it also form square crystals? Square, as in HOH shape? Peace
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Old 11-19-2016, 05:15 PM
 
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does anybody else ever quote these, just to look at the hidden post, besides me?
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Old 11-19-2016, 05:15 PM
 
Location: Booth Texas
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Ah, well, even "fresh" water contains a bit of salt, and it is only when a sea becomes self-absorbed, so to speak, and does not allow that fresh water to flow through that it can only evaporate and leave the salt to concentrate.
I always wanted to float in the Dead Sea, what a thing to say huh?


Made me think of something, of all the places in the world where a crossing of a sea had to take place, there is not another sea that would actually help you crossover like the Dead Sea sustains you, is there? The way it floats people up and holds them.


Birdy talking about chemicals and I know you are some kind of professor, I wonder what would happen if a fissure opened up under the dead sea and all that salt drained into lava. Meh, just rambling. There is a lot of HUGE geological events described where Jerusalem will be raised up, but I don't really believe it will actually take place. I look at it as something that has already taken place.


A city raised up and water begins to flow out into the world, of course, if we believe in Jesus, then from our hearts a river will spring forth just like the water in Ezekiel that comes from the Temple and blesses some waters and makes them abundantly alive, and then it makes it's own mind up to go into some waters and curse them. Fishers of men drying their nets indeed.
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Old 11-19-2016, 05:21 PM
 
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for wheresoever is the ptoma-carcass...
wow, freaky hits when you highlight/search that one; check this out!
https://lifebearingwilderness.wordpr...m/tag/carcass/

one minute read
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Old 11-19-2016, 05:24 PM
 
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I always wanted to float in the Dead Sea, what a thing to say huh?


Made me think of something, of all the places in the world where a crossing of a sea had to take place, there is not another sea that would actually help you crossover like the Dead Sea sustains you, is there? The way it floats people up and holds them.


Birdy talking about chemicals and I know you are some kind of professor, I wonder what would happen if a fissure opened up under the dead sea and all that salt drained into lava. Meh, just rambling. There is a lot of HUGE geological events described where Jerusalem will be raised up, but I don't really believe it will actually take place. I look at it as something that has already taken place.


A city raised up and water begins to flow out into the world, of course, if we believe in Jesus, then from our hearts a river will spring forth just like the water in Ezekiel that comes from the Temple and blesses some waters and makes them abundantly alive, and then it makes it's own mind up to go into some waters and curse them. Fishers of men drying their nets indeed.

I've floated in Lake Mead, Nevada, and I don't think it's salinity level is nearly as high as the Dead Sea's and you CAN'T make yourself go down under the water to swim. It's so weird. Peace
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Old 11-19-2016, 05:29 PM
 
Location: N. Fort Myers, FL
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I always wanted to float in the Dead Sea, what a thing to say huh?


Made me think of something, of all the places in the world where a crossing of a sea had to take place, there is not another sea that would actually help you crossover like the Dead Sea sustains you, is there? The way it floats people up and holds them.


Birdy talking about chemicals and I know you are some kind of professor, I wonder what would happen if a fissure opened up under the dead sea and all that salt drained into lava. Meh, just rambling. There is a lot of HUGE geological events described where Jerusalem will be raised up, but I don't really believe it will actually take place. I look at it as something that has already taken place.


A city raised up and water begins to flow out into the world, of course, if we believe in Jesus, then from our hearts a river will spring forth just like the water in Ezekiel that comes from the Temple and blesses some waters and makes them abundantly alive, and then it makes it's own mind up to go into some waters and curse them. Fishers of men drying their nets indeed.
ha! me, no--high school dropout.

been to the Dead sea, though. Very hard to go under, almost impossible. as soon as you stop kicking down, you pop back up. Strangely, salt at volcano temps would only become molten, iow it's just warming up at that temp.
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