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  1. Good timing, would love to make some more space ,-)
  2. Anyone interested in this? 5 shelves 4 with lights. The lights are attached to shelves and warm shelves/ plants to about 22/3 degrees. On wheels. Would fit nicely in a garage etc. heavy duty. free if u pick up from Alexandria or Redfern, or trade something for delivery. Works well with standard or grow lights (not included, just the fittings are) cheers Light fittings all have standard plugs. Power board included ,)
  3. Have you read The Atlantis Blueprint? if not you probably should ,-) "A spellbinding blend of history and science, scholarship and speculation, this landmark work presents startling new evidence that traces archaeology's most enduring mysteries back to the lost civilization of Atlantis.... The Great Pyramid. Stonehenge. Machu Picchu. For centuries, these and other sacred sites have inspired wonder among those who ponder their origins. Conventional science tells us they were constructed by local peoples working with the primitive tools of a fledgling civilization. But these megaliths nonetheless continue to attract pilgrims, scholars, and adventurers drawn by the possibility that their true spiritual and technological secrets remain hidden. Who could have built these elaborate monuments? How did they do it? And what were their incomprehensible efforts and sacrifices designed to accomplish? Now comes a revolutionary theory that connects these mysteries to reveal a hidden global pattern -- the ancient work of an advanced civilization whose warnings of planetary cataclysm now reverberate across one hundred millennia. International bestselling author Colin Wilson and Canadian researcher Rand Flem-Ath join forces to share startling evidence of a fiercely intelligent society dating back as much as 100,000 years -- one that sailed the oceans of the world, building monuments to preserve and communicate its remarkable wisdom. The Atlantis Blueprint is their term for a sophisticated network of connections between these sacred sites that they trace to Atlantis: a sophisticated maritime society that charted the globe from its home base in Antarctica ... until it was obliterated by the devastating global changes it anticipated but could not escape. Here is adventure to realms beyond our imaginings ... to shifting poles, changing latitudes ... into the world of ancient mariners who recharted the globe ... to astonishing discoveries about our ancestors. Here are the great mysteries ... the incredibly complex geography of the Temple of Luxor ... the startling sophistication of Egyptian science and math ... and tantalizing similarities among the Hebrew, Greek, and Mayan alphabets to the Chinese lunar zodiac. The Atlantis Blueprint opens up a Pandora's box of ancient mysteries, lost worlds, and millennial riddles. It is a story as controversial, fascinating, dangerous -- and inspiring -- as any ever told. and theres another book by the same author relating theories of Atlantis to Neandethals, just in case the above is a tad off topic ,),204,203,200_QL40_&dpSrc=detail
  4. I'm not sure of the original context but there are pockets of freckled, redheaded natives around the world, including northern Australia. I'm pretty sure the consensus around these groups is that they were the result of shipwrecked Spanish sailors.
  5. what if the planet (in it's own way) knows it will be destroyed... we know the sun will consume it in a few billion years, perhaps in-habitability will be sooner, but the Earth's sensory network may have been detecting passing comets and asteroids for millennia, destined to collide at some point or perhaps it remembers previous collisions, who knows... i'm open minded. if this is the case perhaps it is our destiny to extract and exploit resources (plant animal mineral), industrialise, build starships and survive. the mushrooms once told me that there is no intelligent life beyond our planet. that the aliens we see in books and movies from (ironically ,) about 100 years ago until the present are actually evolved humans. we are after all becoming more hairless, smaller jaws with more processed foods, and darker slit eyes offer the greatest protection from a more intense sun (globally warmed and or expanding). i mention this not only as it's a pretty cool campfire tale but it also provides me with a kind of extreme optimism. imho technology and science are not the problem, the problem is politicians and capitalists and yeah, it's hard to see an end to their destructive ways... hopefully all these mega rich people trying to build spaceships for tourism and send people to mars etc can play a role in stabilising the destruction here first
  6. wow, nice offering, thanks 100 morning glory (planted Pearly Gates, had pink and white flowers, got tri-colouresque seeds) 20 HBWR 10 Cissus antartica Dandelion Nicotiana tobacum Sida rhombifolia and a surprise or 2
  7. another option might be something like protonmail as you can set it up anonymously and send large files
  8. some pics from Tassie last month
  9. Cheers for the reply, I was leaning to maidenii and given that there's still flowers present it's prob more likely. Another forum member suggested that obtusifolia wouldn't have flowers this late. Also, hard to see from pics but the phyllodes are more pointy and a tad longer... I'll revisit them next January ,-)
  10. If it's up newy way as previously suggested an overnight spot with fire and camping might make it worthwhile for us lazy city folk... might also make it appealing for any members further up the north coast to come pay a visit just some thoughts ,-)