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Mon, May 3 2021 2:46 PM (221 replies)
  • garyk49
    1,870 Posts
    Mon, Mar 8 2021 9:11 AM


    They dropped that in favor of Climate Chang

    So, they're bringing back the *Chang* Dynasty?

    Sorry, that should read *Shang* 1st real Dynasty. There are earlier ones...

    Is that to cerebral?  Thanks  Pablito............ It's like being on a diet..........In here...

    Hi Gary, good to see you about........... ;-)


    Hi Joe, I noticed the dropped letter too late, I have since changed it and added the e.


  • xxxhogheadxxx
    927 Posts
    Tue, Mar 9 2021 7:31 AM


    Many sea animals are confused because earth's magnetic field is 1) weakening exponentially 2) poles are moving rapidly towards an intersection in the Indian Ocean.

    All heck is breaking loose and expect weather events to get much worse over the coming decades.


  • xxxhogheadxxx
    927 Posts
    Fri, Mar 12 2021 9:46 PM


    Iceland volcanoes are very close to erupting.  

  • craigswan
    20,227 Posts
    Sat, Mar 13 2021 2:26 AM

    Modern-day toilets come with two types of flushes, one is smaller than the other. They are called 'dual flush' toilets but ever wondered why are you given that option?

    IT IS FOR WATER CONSERVATION: The larger lever is to flush out around 6 to 9 liters of water, whereas the smaller lever is to flush out around 3 to 4.5 liters of water. Clearly, the larger one is to flush solid waste and the smaller one is to flush liquid waste..

    Animation showing the different parts of a toilet and how they work during a flush

    1. Press the handle to flush the toilet and you operate a lever (dotted line) inside the cistern.
    2. The lever opens a valve called the flapper (green) that allows the cistern to empty into the toilet bowl beneath through a mechanism called a siphon.
    3. Water flows from the cistern through holes in the rim so it washes the bowl as well as flushing the contents away.
    4. There's enough water flowing down from the cistern to flush the toilet around the S-bend (S-trap). This produces a siphon effect that sucks the bowl clean. It also ensures some water remains at the bottom of the bowl, which improves hygiene.
    5. The contents of the toilet are flushed down the main drain.
    6. As the cistern empties, the plastic float (red) falls downward, tilting a lever.
    7. The tilting lever opens the ball valve (ball ***) (green) at the base of the cistern (or on one side of it), which works a bit like a faucet (tap).
  • craigswan
    20,227 Posts
    Sat, Mar 13 2021 2:30 AM

    toilet GIFs - Primo GIF - Latest Animated GIFs

  • xxxhogheadxxx
    927 Posts
    Sat, Mar 13 2021 3:11 AM

    This is how the Sun looks when photographed at the exact same location on varying days throughout the year and always at the same time of day.


  • Yiannis1970
    2,375 Posts
    Sat, Mar 13 2021 3:42 AM

    Looks like it's forming the infinite symbol....amazing!!

  • xxxhogheadxxx
    927 Posts
    Mon, Mar 15 2021 6:24 AM


    The "global warming" crazies are going all out to discredit science.  They don't want people to believe that cold weather is due to a decrease in the SUN's solar irradiance.  We smart people can spot their deception from light years away.  Don't be fooled by the Al Gore - Greta Thunburg types.


  • xxxhogheadxxx
    927 Posts
    Mon, Mar 15 2021 6:30 AM

    What is this "Long Dark Winter" that Joe Harris continually speaks of?  What do these totalitarian rulers have in store for us?




  • xxxhogheadxxx
    927 Posts
    Mon, Mar 15 2021 6:33 AM


    One would guess that wearing masks are supposed to help us...

    How insane is this?