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Gregexplore

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Gregexplore last won the day on February 20

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About Gregexplore

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    I have perfect memory, but forgot where I put it.

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  • First Name
    Greg
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    Married to a wonderful wife !
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    Australia, Melbourne
  • Publisher
    Yes of course !
  • Baptized
    1993

How I Found the Truth

  • How I found the Truth
    Informally on the roof ! No kidding

My Hobbies & Interests

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    Photography, Trekking coastal areas in Victoria, Camping,
  • My favorite books
    Bible and in the near future New Scrolls !
  • My favorite music
    Piano music
  • My favorite quotes
    Don't have one ..boring is it ?

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  1. French air crash investigators say ‘clear similarities’ between Boeing 737 MAX crashes The BEA investigators found that the sensor readings in both flights were similar. In the US, a group of engineers with the Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing claimed over the weekend that Boeing downplayed safety concerns surrounding the MCAS system in a bid to bring the 737 MAX to market before rival Airbus launched its own next-generation narrow body aircraft. The engineers also claimed that the FAA delegated much of the 737 MAX’s safety testing to Boeing itself, and were content to trust the company’s conclusions. Other air safety regulators around the world then certified the MAX 8 based on the FAA’s thumbs up. The US Department of Transportation is now investigating the FAA’s approval of the aircraft, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday. Federal prosecutors have reportedly issued a subpoena to at least one person involved in the development of the 737 MAX. https://www.rt.com/news/454132-investigators-boeing-crashes-similar/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=RSS
  2. Tested TimeWarp on GoPro7 Black today, I like it, speeds that appeal to me are x5 and x10 . x15 or more a way to fast for me ...stabilization works well.
  3. Visitors to Rome soon notice how many of its streets and alleyways are paved with cobblestones. They're very much part of the fabric of the historic heart of the city. But while the tourists may admire them, many Romans are far from keen. A local newspaper recently put it like this: "Only the tourists and the angels love the cobblestones unconditionally. The rest of us, those who have the stones under our feet or under our wheels every day, detest them, or fear them... or admire them from a distance." https://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-22639754 I was one of those tourists ..took more interest in them, then posing for the photo LOL ...LOL ....LOL
  4. OK....I want to go to Japan.....thanks for ruining my finances LOL
  5. The "shooter" made triple 6 sign with his hand in the court, I saw the picture on the news. What he was watching and reading prior to shooting, greatly influenced him to commit such a great atrocity. How timely is FDS advice, that we must guard our mental powers and read the Bible daily.
  6. Ok, some testing done...very general (still have to test wide vs Linear mode) Distortion in wide is BIG ...does not bother me. Regular video HD settings, did not test 4K yet. Stabilization when walking 7/10 ...which is GOOD! Stabilization while running.. I have to give 8/10 because I was impressed how the background was stable. HyperSmooth is very effective GoPro isn’t shy about its capabilities, going as far as claiming that its the best in-camera video stabilisation system not just of any action camera, but of any camera. If you buy this camera for photos then, think twice because in it's design GoPro7 Black is not a photo camera, it's really made for videos. It will take decent photos, but I am fussy regarding the photo quality. (would not relay on this camera for good photos) It will take decent photos to post on social media . Transfer of media from GoPro to my phone app was good, no hassle there. From the GoPro app you can view images and footage, control the camera remotely and upload footage and images to the cloud, and you can also set up a Live connection to your chosen social account.... TBC
  7. Testing GoPro7 Black in the park today, update coming soon Likes, dislikes etc...
  8. Friends, I am reading the comments and can sense non-neutral views and comments. Let's not go there at all, no point. We belong to different domain, and what is happening in "satan's domain" we know it very well. It's a fine line between reporting news and "attaching" our viewpoint to the news... let's not cross our neutral line
  9. I wouldn't go there at all, I would engage in RV's etc... not good day for NZ
  10. I have 2 Himalayan lamps in my study room, and 1 each in every other room, I like orange light they are emitting at night (I run them 24/7) I am not sure how effective they ate in combating EMF as some suggest that the lamps are to weak, but little is better then nothing I suppose.
  11. Wasn’t caused by those who practise “religion of peace” It was more like islamophobic terrorist attack, hostile attack on Muslims. He was right-wing extremist.
  12. Reporting 49 dead ...wow, NZ? who would expect this? hmmmm
  13. Apple's wireless AirPods may cause cancer, according to hundreds of scientists from all over the world. More than 250 scientists have signed a petition urging the United Nations and World Health Organization to develop stronger guidelines regarding the potential cancer risk and other health effects caused by non-ionizing electromagnetic fields, or EMFs. Last year, Apple sold more than 28 million pairs of AirPods and more than 16 million the year prior, according to the Daily Mail. The popular AirPods connect wirelessly to a user's phone or computer via Bluetooth technology. Bluetooth technology uses low-power radio waves. The petition warns against all types of radio frequency radiation, including WiFi, cellular data, and Bluetooth devices. What's the story? Some animal studies have suggested there is a link between radio frequency radiation and cancer. "Numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF affects living organisms at levels well below most international and national guidelines," according to the petition. Some experts believe that AirPods may be especially dangerous since the devices sit deep inside the ear canal where they emit radiation to fragile parts of the ear. The scientists also noted other possible health hazards, including an increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, and neurological disorders. Do other researchers disagree? Some researchers disagree with the authors of the petition. https://www.theblaze.com/news/wireless-headphones-cancer-link-warning?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=mixi&utm_campaign=theblaze
  14. We were no more created to rule over our fellow humans than we were created to live under water

    Awake number 1

    1. Alan

      Alan

      to the point!

       

      :)

       

    2. Miss Bea

      Miss Bea

      I love this. We might be able to go under water, but not live there. We do not belong there...

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