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About Northerner

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    building the pyramids
  • Birthday May 16

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    Far North QLD
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  1. Northerner

    M. speciosa seeds

    Yeah please mate, I've been waiting a while.
  2. Northerner

    Agar

    Yeah that's the same recipe I use, Except I cook up enough for 20 plates at a time and use china brand petri dishes. Been thinking about the pasty plates, seen the tek, just already have a big box of petri dishes to use.
  3. Northerner

    Fluffy bunny rabbits

    Just wanted to revive this chestnut so the reality of what is playing out and the comparison to people's fears and projections can be looked at with hindsight. Vic is out of the critical lockdown and tracking and tracing is working very well around the country. We're actually winning the war against covid. Andrews has been vindicated on the lockdowns, there still remains questions about Vic ties with China though as a country our relationship with them is staling. In fact cracks are showing in the PRC's government in general. Power shortages, food shortages, protests (being quickly smashed down) are now becoming common for them. Yet they also manage to contain covid still. New Zealand is covid free. Go Kiwis! Now in the US covid is the #1 cause of death, outstripping cancer and heart disease, with more than 3000 deaths daily and more than 250,000 new cases every day. There are no ICU beds left in some states. This is what I was warning about 4 months ago. It's the critical turning point where shit starts getting bad. Dutton is still a piece of shit and is constantly trying to push through freedom and privacy eroding laws. He's starting to be targetted by community groups for his unethical practices. Our single entity corporate media in Australia is up for parliamentary enquiry. The stains on the sheets are starting to smell badly. People aren't happy. Interesting times indeed, but it does appear to be moving in the right direction for us.
  4. Northerner

    Quotes of the day.

    And, to be clear, I wasn't saying Zimmerman is dogshit. I was pointing out that if a particular group of people agree dogshit is art it does not make it so.... that's all.
  5. Northerner

    Quotes of the day.

    I could be a bit of a wanker or you could be reading me wrong . ¯\_(ヅ)_/¯ You seem a bit defensive/aggressive hey. The quote from Banksy was relevant to the Nobel Prize Committee for literature, is much the same as a the art scene. It's a lot about popularity and perceived value, and the reason I wouldn't take up anything with them. Zimmerman was being pretty obtuse in the quote saying "But LSD is not for groovy people; it's for mad, hateful people who want revenge. It's for people who usually have heart attacks." if that really means it can be healing. None of the LSD users I know fit that description, and if I was going to recommend a psychedelic for someone who does fit that description it certainly wouldn't be acid. Anyhow man, peace hey. I'm not trying to upset you. It's just a internet forum.
  6. Northerner

    Quotes of the day.

    @Pedro99 Just because a particular group of people agree a pile of dog shit is art, does not stop it being a pile of dog shit. “The art world is the biggest joke going. It’s a rest home for the overprivileged, the pretentious, and the weak.” ― Banksy
  7. Northerner

    Quotes of the day.

    I cannot tell what that means. The ol Zimmerman sounds like a raving lunatic.
  8. Northerner

    "Longifolia group" and DMT

    This thread is almost 13 years old, so the members may not be around to answer your question. From personal experience though the best time is when the plant is most stressed, this goes with all DMT containing plants. End of the hottest, driest period at the end of a hot day is prime. Daytime harvesting always yields less than early morning or late afternoon, cool and wet weather harvesting yields significantly less than hot and dry. Here in FNQ the best window is usually after the heat ramps up but before the wet actually hits. Sometime in November.
  9. Northerner

    Wanted: Passiflora Incarnata

    I got one on the way from another member od101010. If it doesn't work out I'll hit you up mate. You should definitely propagate them anyway, would definitely sell on eBay even if you don't have a use for them. The more going around Aus the better.
  10. Northerner

    What TV series would you recommend as a much watch?

    Yeah it's a mad series. I fk'n despise superhero nonsense, hide outside when the fam watches the latest one, so this series rubs me the right way.
  11. Northerner

    Wanted: Passiflora Incarnata

    One hell of an overlooked plant hey. I reckon the MAOI properties are much higher in incarnata though.
  12. Northerner

    Wanted: Passiflora Incarnata

    Thanks nothinghead, I've got edulis, specifically chasing incarnata for it's other medicinal properties.
  13. Northerner

    Wanted: Passiflora Incarnata

    Still looking for a live cut of this plant. Can trade all sorts of things or even cold hard cash if needed.
  14. Northerner

    Acacia courtii giveaway

    I'll post some acacias I've grown, thanks to brothernature for seedlings. Maidennii, confusa and floribunda.
  15. Northerner

    Mandatory Vacinations, no jab no play

    Easy to make any law if many people agree, much harder to enforce it if many more don't. Not having a bill or rights has meant little to us as we have a representative democracy. That means it's much harder to sell our healthcare, education, etc and that our leader doesn't have veto power to push unpopular/unethical rules to law. I was shocked when I learned that there's no Australian bill of rights and the Constitution is mostly legalese to say who gets to make the rules in Australia. After reading further into the topic though I see the unique position we're in. Even if a bill of rights was introduced it would not reflect a 400 year old US bill, it would mostly be the stuff that is already granted to us by the bill of human rights, which Australia is pretty damn good at following. There's not a huge incentive, except for the proliferation of lawyers, if you research it and think about it. It's only USification that makes it mean anything. Media frenzied patriotic hogwash.
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