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1) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Word Link Discussion Thread III (Message 1505181)
Posted 45 minutes ago by Profile Julie
My boyfriends name is Jeroen

[edit] Actually it's Jerome (he's French) but eveyone here calls him Jeroen
2) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Word Link #65 (Message 1505180)
Posted 46 minutes ago by Profile Julie
Jeroen
3) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Word Link #65 (Message 1505170)
Posted 2 hours ago by Profile Julie
Boy
4) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Beet's Give Us a Caption #56 (Message 1505169)
Posted 2 hours ago by Profile Julie
Moon's baby pic...
5) Message boards : Number crunching : SETI/BOINC Milestones [ v2.0 ] - XXVII (Message 1505168)
Posted 2 hours ago by Profile Julie
Yeah! 3 million today.



Woohoo! Congratz Seahawk:) Almost there myself...
6) Message boards : Cafe SETI : James' Puns O Fun 3 (Message 1505167)
Posted 2 hours ago by Profile Julie
Ouch! *bumps back*:)
7) Message boards : Cafe SETI : TLPTPW 211 - Care for a jelly baby? Or, perhaps a Jammie Dodger??? (Message 1505166)
Posted 2 hours ago by Profile Julie
Lunch break win.



Same here
8) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Beer Drinkers thread part 12 (Message 1505099)
Posted 6 hours ago by Profile Julie
Hello Julie!

I guess Grant is power napping.

Just switched to Cherry Coke. Moving in the beer direction...



Hi Gordon! Always the right direction me thinks:)


No I just got up.

Goooood morning to all



Mornin' Grant. Will start mailing now, see ya guys later.
9) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Movie Night (Message 1505093)
Posted 6 hours ago by Profile Julie
Second time I saw Fear and loathing in Las Vegas, second time I fell asleep...
10) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Word Link #65 (Message 1505090)
Posted 6 hours ago by Profile Julie
anatomy
11) Message boards : Politics : Climate Change, 'Greenhouse' effects: Solutions (Message 1505084)
Posted 6 hours ago by Profile Julie
Coal vs Uranium:

Coal Ash Is More Radioactive than Nuclear Waste



Coal is believed responsible for a host of more quotidian problems, such as mining accidents, acid rain and greenhouse gas emissions.


Developing countries like India and China continue to unveil new coal-fired plants—at the rate of one every seven to 10 days in the latter nation. And the U.S. still draws around half of its electricity from coal. But coal plants have an additional strike against them: they emit harmful greenhouse gases.

With the world now focused on addressing climate change, nuclear power is gaining favor in some circles. China aims to quadruple nuclear capacity to 40,000 megawatts by 2020, and the U.S. may build as many as 30 new reactors in the next several decades. But, although the risk of a nuclear core meltdown is very low, the impact of such an event creates a stigma around the noncarbon power source.



Nuclear Energy= the future
12) Message boards : Politics : Climate Change, acceptance (Message 1505069)
Posted 7 hours ago by Profile Julie
But you have hit the nail on the head with a hammer. The main PROBLEM is there are too many humans demanding too few resources and producing too much waste for the planet to handle. And there is NO way around it. Just about any solution to our problems is going to entail, either specifically or as a side effect, some level of population reduction.


Glad to say, we're moving in the right direction with this:)

https://www.census.gov/population/international/data/idb/worldgrgraph.php
13) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Beer Drinkers thread part 12 (Message 1505063)
Posted 7 hours ago by Profile Julie
Hello Julie!

I guess Grant is power napping.

Just switched to Cherry Coke. Moving in the beer direction...



Hi Gordon! Always the right direction me thinks:)
14) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Happy Easter 2014 (Message 1505062)
Posted 7 hours ago by Profile Julie
Thank you Blue Angel:)
15) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Word Link #65 (Message 1505061)
Posted 7 hours ago by Profile Julie
abode
16) Message boards : Cafe SETI : What are you YouTubing today? (Message 1505059)
Posted 7 hours ago by Profile Julie
This one always makes me smile...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuTMWgOduFM



Love this song Anniet!
17) Message boards : Politics : Double standard on violence (Message 1505056)
Posted 7 hours ago by Profile Julie
This is not "doom-mongering", but reality.


In the States maybe, not here, when it comes to guns that is.


So... ooh sorry, forgot to say hi... Hello everyone! How are you? :)

Was just wondering how Americans cope when they visit Europe? I mean... do you spend most of your time terrified of us natives, or our governments, or both? If so... please don't worry... at least we can't shoot you... legally anyway. :)

Very intriguing discussion this :)


LOL, no! I have always enjoyed my visits to Europe. Beautiful vistas. Rich in history. With the possible exception of some in France, VERY friendly people. The Art! The culture! All in all, a VERY nice place.

About my only bad experiences over there was during a trip to Spain back in 1980. Ive mentioned the bomb scare on the bus already, but there was one other incident that happened to me over there. The ONLY time someone has pointed a loaded automatic rifle at me (to my knowledge). I was in Madrid for President Carter's state visit to King Juan Carlos. Walking back to my hotel after buying lunch, there was a series of loud bangs right in front of me. There was a policeman standing about 20 feet ahead of me (carrying a military machine gun). As the bangs rang out, he wheeled around and pointed it at me. He saw me with bags in my hands and didn't know what to think. I pointed with one finger up to an upper floor window, where there was a little kid looking out of the open window, laughing. He had a string of fire-crackers in one hand and a lit cigarette in the other. The kid quickly disappeared out of the window. The policeman apologized to me, said something into his radio, and went into that building, I assume to deliver a stern lecture. Looking back on it, it was a bit funny, but at the time, I was not amused.



Sounds like ETA activity. They once put a bomb in the railwaystation of Ghent, where I used to live.
18) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Weather Forecasts IV (Message 1505054)
Posted 7 hours ago by Profile Julie
Nice and sunny, currently 3°C. High for today will be 18°C.
19) Message boards : Politics : Thor is the designer! (Message 1505053)
Posted 7 hours ago by Profile Julie
Happy sunny Thorsday people!
20) Message boards : Cafe SETI : Beer Drinkers thread part 12 (Message 1505052)
Posted 7 hours ago by Profile Julie
Good morning all:)

Beer o'clock in 9 hours...


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