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    Alright. You will inform me of when that is, right?
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    Oh. I don't think I've read it.
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    No, I don't think I have. Is this a recent story you've put up?
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    No. Right now, I'm not a follower of any God. Until I can get solid proof, It's all illusions and stories fabricated by men over time. I guess I''m a neutral. Religion...Now that is a deep subject.
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    Goddess of luck, huh? One word: Mythology.
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    So you believe it's a sense of hope that there is a such thing as good luck?

    I don't think I have, but I will.
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    According to logic, there's no such thing as good luck. There's always a loophole that can be explained.

    And I don't think anything short of a global natural disaster will wipe out everyone.
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    Well...I believe for every disease that's came up in history, there's been one or a few people who it didn't affect...Thus it can never fully reach 100%. And those effected by the disease usually die out, and the ones who aren't live on. At least, that's the way I see it. It's Darwin's most popular theory.

    well, It'll be easier o read if it were all together. I'll PM you my email.
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    Ahhhh. Okay...I'll buy that, but it'll never reach 100%. Those with mutations that make them immune to it will live on and the weaker ones will die off. All about the survival of the fittest.

    It's not possible to send it on here, or do you need my email address?
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    Very true.

    Now, back to the Pneumonic Plague...it's not possible for 100% mortality rates. There's always going to be one person whose immune to it because of a mutation in their DNA.

    Hey, just send it over when you're finished rewriting.
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G. C. Edmondson, or someone else
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The Ship That Sailed the Time Stream
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Born: April 13, 2704
Died: October 12, 3208
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Time traveller and consulting philosopher

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Empty Barrels

by PeterL on Yesterday at 01:41 PM
Empty Barrels Make the Most Noise.

For something else that I am writing, I have been thinking about evolution of humans. It is somewhat surprising that intelligence didnít increase in similar amounts to all people during evolution, but has been noted that there is considerable breadth in the range of "normal intelligence".

This came to mind in regard to drunks, bums, petty criminals, the mentally ill, and the underclass, those who are outside the economy

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Trump's Depression

by PeterL on 06-09-2019 at 01:52 PM
I was thinking about how the U.S. economy would go from the upswing that Trump takes credit for to the Even Greater Depression that his trade war will bring on.

Trump should be separated from the claims of strong economy, and he could be thrown out of office and not have a chance of re-election, and he may have undone himself with the additional tariffs. I wasn't expecting the stock market to tank for a considerable time, as it happened during the 1920's. I'm not the only one who

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Minding Business

by PeterL on 05-25-2019 at 02:06 PM
I sometimes find myself wondering why someone isnít minding his or her own business. And I usually to do that, but The Valley Advocate got me to do otherwise. This preference hasnít shown up in my blog often, but blogs are for people to vent their opinions. The Feature Article in the paper was about physician assisted suicide, which is an excellent example of people taking responsibility for themselves. Then when I opened the paper the first heading I saw was an opinion piece about ďhealthy food

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Edited History

by PeterL on 05-03-2019 at 04:00 PM
For some reason, earlier today I recalled a couple of events that have already been edited out of the history of the 21st century. Unfortunately, I do not have archival information about either event, so many people wonít believe that they happened. In the end, I found that these items havenít been deleted, just ignored and pushed out of the generally available record.

Neither item was widely reported when it happened, but there were reports online. The first one was when in the Summer

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The Coming U.S. Debt Crisis

by PeterL on 04-15-2019 at 06:07 PM
Debtors love inflation. The more they owe, the more inflation they want. That is because inflated dollars cost less, so the debtors can repay the same nominal amount for a lower value. That works whether you are a real estate developer or the U.S.A. The U.S. Treasury and the Federal Reserve Bank have been encouraging high inflation for a long time, so that the Treasury can pay off bonds with cheaper dollars. If inflation is running at average rate of 2.68% per annum, thirty year bonds can be paid

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