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    Galerina or sub

    I saw these ones on the side of the road in south sydney. i am not sure if they are galerinas ir maybe subs ?
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    Wanted: prints for micro photography

    All good now thanks
  3. Hi there looking to trade or buy some prints for micro photography (cubes, mexican, subs any really). I have a shitake block that you may be able to get it fruiting and a few trichos. Cheers
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    Any idea what these are?

    What colour are the gills ?
  5. Hey guys 70%+ of my cacti population has this disease. It looks like a white moist dust stuck to the cacti skin which blocks light absobtion? Has anybody dealt with this before? Any advice on what to do? I'll really appreciate any help on this one. Cheers
  6. Nope it is just a Pedro with 2 big pups almast as bit qs the original. You know the scale only got my Pedros and completely ignore the other cacti (pedros cousins). So strange. ..
  7. Ok I nuked them with Imidacloprid then did some massive scrubbing and now it is looking better but I still got some work to do. Will post pics after the second round of nuking and scrubbing. Thanks for the tips guys
  8. Oh I see http://cactiguide.com/cactipests/ It is definately scale
  9. Whats scale where is it from ? Cheers mate
  10. Eddited spelling mostakes ;).
  11. Looking for an acacia obtusifolia established plant. They bare so pretty on it s gonna look perfect in my garden You got one and want to trade or sell it let me know! Cheers-
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    Mandrake preparation

    Hi - last weekend I went to the winter fest at Katoomba and a friend of mine gave some mandrake root to try. He told me to keep it at home as a charm or smoke some of it. Do you guys reckon that tea would work better than smoking. Is there any other way to consume it ? Apologies if this has been asked before but Icould not find anything on mandrake tea. I read a little bit about this plant and it's history and legends are pretty dam crazy Cheers
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    acacia obtusifolia plant

    It was also my 100 post hope i get lucky
  14. Game over Tricho 1 - Fly 0
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    Sydney Meet Botanic Gardens Sat 20

    Totally agree it was really nice to meet you guys.
  16. Just found this one on YouTube and wanted to share it with you guys. I think is such a good story The Epic of Gilgamesh, an epic poem from Mesopotamia, is amongst the earliest surviving works of literature. The literary history of Gilgamesh begins with five independentSumerian poems about 'Bilgamesh' (Sumerian for Gilgamesh), king of Uruk. Four of these were used as source material for a combined epic in Akkadian. This first, "Old Babylonian" version of the epic dates to the 18th century BC and is titled Shūtur eli sharrī ("Surpassing All Other Kings"). Only a few fragments of it survive. The later, Standard Babylonian version dates from the 13th to the tenth centuries BC and bears the title Sha naqba īmuru ("He who Saw the Deep"). Fragments of approximately two thirds of this longer, twelve-tablet version have been recovered. Some of the best copies were discovered in the library ruins of the 7th-century BC Assyrian king Ashurbanipal. The story centers on a friendship between Gilgamesh and Enkidu. Enkidu is a wild man created by the gods as Gilgamesh's equal to distract him from oppressing the people ofUruk. Together, they journey to the Cedar Mountain to defeat Humbaba, its monstrous guardian. Later they kill the Bull of Heaven, which the goddess Ishtar sends to punish Gilgamesh for spurning her advances. As a punishment for these actions, the gods sentence Enkidu to death. The later half of the epic focuses on Gilgamesh's distress at Enkidu's death, and his quest for immortality. In order to learn the secret of eternal life, Gilgamesh undertakes a long and perilous journey to find the immortal flood hero, Utnapishtim. He learns that "The life that you are seeking you will never find. When the gods created man they allotted to him death, but life they retained in their own keeping." His fame however lived on after his death, because of his great building projects, and his account of what Utnapishtim told him happened during the flood. EDIT: story description http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSZg5DTW7Hw
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    Sydney Meet Botanic Gardens Sat 20

    Cant fi d you guys
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    Sydney Meet Botanic Gardens Sat 20

    Herb garden at 10. See ya guys there
  19. Wow there's gotta be something more that this plane of existence....
  20. Nick Bostrom argues this topic quite well on this video series What we still don't know. Are we real ? I really enjoy the way he explains it
  21. Big fan of Bostrom he explains the topic on this video series What we still don't know. Are we real ? I reanlly enjoy the way he explains, narrates the story the way he speaks the topic Edit: spelling mistakes. You just can't post a smart video with silly spelling mistakes
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