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    The mass proliferation of electronics related signals by civilization are of course impacting Earth's natural energy wave gradients.These signals blankets reveal the sensitivity and dependence on energy states by humanity.While the globalized use of mobile phones facilitates convenient communications, it also creates new arenas of energy use that can be studied to harness beneficial perspectives on industrialization balance and technology homeostasis.In other words, if you can stream an ecology-consciousness Hollywood (USA) movie such as "FernGully: The Last Rainforest" (1992) straight to your high-speed laptop from the Internet movie rental service Netflix, why not do it for your family?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abishai100 View Post
    The mass proliferation of electronics related signals by civilization are of course impacting Earth's natural energy wave gradients.These signals blankets reveal the sensitivity and dependence on energy states by humanity.While the globalized use of mobile phones facilitates convenient communications, it also creates new arenas of energy use that can be studied to harness beneficial perspectives on industrialization balance and technology homeostasis.In other words, if you can stream an ecology-consciousness Hollywood (USA) movie such as "FernGully: The Last Rainforest" (1992) straight to your high-speed laptop from the Internet movie rental service Netflix, why not do it for your family?
    What is this crap? Spam?


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    I don't know how to respond except to say, "Who the hell is still watching Fern Gully?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flick Montana View Post
    I don't know how to respond except to say, "Who the hell is still watching Fern Gully?"
    …whatever that is……or was…….
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    Sorry, but this is poop.
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    I don't know why, but that gave me a good belly laugh.
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    This idiot's posts all (*) consist of random streams of words followed by a film reference. If he is a spammer, he is pretty incompetent.

    (*) I thought there were more. Some seem to have disappeared. No great loss.
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    Abishai100, you will have to start explaining yourself here. These random posts are making little sense. What is your purpose for posting them? Do you intend to take part in a discussion about any of these topics?
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