Do plants communicate with each other?

Do plants communicate with each other?

I just witnessed the most bizarre thing.

I was outside in a heavily wooded area trying to contemplate the meaning behind Shill Nye’s deceptive lies when I noticed two trees, yes you read that right, only two trees moving back and forth. One tree was a large pine tree maybe some 50+ feet tall and the other tree was a smaller pine tree about half that height.

As I was pondering original thoughts, I was watching those two trees taking turns moving back and forth. Only the top 1/3 of each of the two trees would move. The bottom 2/3 of each tree and the surrounding trees and plant life never moved at all. The top 1/3 of the large pine tree would move, then a few seconds later the top 1/3 of the smaller pine tree that I was standing beside would move. I was standing right beside the smaller pine tree when they were taking turns moving back and forth.

As they took turns moving, I noticed there were no other trees moving and no wind at all to be moving those two particular trees. I looked around and was like “well this is interesting.” As the smaller pine tree that I was standing beside was moving, I was waiting for the wind to blow across my face…but nothing. No wind, not even the slightest breeze; however, those two trees were still taking turns moving back and forth. Even the branches from the other surrounding trees that had their branches intermingled with the two trees weren’t even moving. Only the branches of those two particular trees only were moving.

I am definitely going to be more observant from now on when I see trees blowing in wind that isn’t even there.

Is wind the holy spirit?
Is wind the secret to telekinesis?
Is wind the key to unlocking universal communication?

I think so.

Genesis 1:2

“And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.”

John 1:1

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.”

From those two verses alone one could deduce that…

Spirit of God = God
Spirit of God = Wind
The Word = God
God’s word = Wind

God spoke all things into existence using his voice…aka the WIND.

Things that make you go;

Hmmm…

 

How to embed fonts in LibreOffice Writer

How to embed fonts in LibreOffice Writer

Embedding fonts in any document prior to printing the document or exporting the file to pdf format is always a good idea if you wish to preserve the integrity of the fonts you chose so the printer you print the document from will print the exact fonts you chose regardless of the printer’s properties or if you are going to share your document with a reader then the reader of your document will see the exact same fonts regardless of the font styles the reader has on their computer or mobile device.

This is how you embed fonts in a LibreOffice Writer document;

1. Launch the LibreOffice desktop application.

2. Open a previously saved file or create a brand new document (by selecting the Writer app on the left tool bar).

3. From the menu bar select “File -> Properties…”

The Properties window of your document will appear.

4. Select the “Font” tab.

5. Underneath “Font Embedding” check the check box that says “Embed fonts in the document”

6. Select “OK”

That’s it. Now all of the fonts in your LibreOffice Writer document are now embedded and your document is now ready to be exported to PDF format and printed from the printer of your choice.

 

How to export a LibreOffice Writer document to PDF

How to export a LibreOffice Writer document to PDF

The free and open source LibreOffice desktop application by The Document Foundation is a wonderful tool to have in your software collection. The LibreOffice Writer App allows the user to easily create and export files to pdf format (Adobe’s Portable Document Format) straight from the application itself.

Converting documents into a print ready pdf format is great for sharing among colleagues, presentation purposes, online print on-demand ebook publishing, and school essay assignments just to name a few. Before you export any document to pdf format; however, you should always create a table of contents for ease of browsing and embed TrueType fonts and common system fonts in the document in order to preserve the integrity of the fonts you intended for the reader of the document to view.

To export a LibreOffice Writer document to pdf this is what you do;

1. Launch the LibreOffice desktop application.

2. Open a previously saved file. (Or you can always create a brand new file)

You can quickly open a file by either selecting from one of the recent files if any that appear on the LibreOffice application screen, dropping a document into the middle of the LibreOffice application screen where the giant version number is located, select the “Open File” button on the left tool bar, select “File” then “Open” from the top menu bar, or press “Ctrl + O” hotkeys on your keyboard.

Once you’ve successfully opened a document, go ahead and create the table of contents and embed all TrueType fonts and common system fonts.

After you’ve done that;

3. Export the document to pdf format by either;

– Selecting the “Export as PDF” button on the tool bar.
or
– Select “File” -> “Export as PDF” from the menu bar

The Export window will now appear and allow you to change the file name and save location.

4. Select “Save.”

Your document is now converted into the universal pdf format and is ready for presentation purposes.

 

How to clear recent documents in LibreOffice

How to clear recent documents in LibreOffice

Note, this will not remove any of the files from your computer, it will simply allow you to unclutter the recent files list that appears when you first launch the LibreOffice application.

If you are a LibreOffice power user the Recent Files list upon program start up can build up quite quickly cluttering the application screen in the process. There are two options when you wish to unclutter the Recent Files list. You have the option to either remove the recent documents individually or you can remove the entire list of recent documents all at once.

This is what you do…

1. Launch the LibreOffice desktop application.

If there are any recent files, they will be displayed in a masonry type grid layout.

If you wish to remove only certain recent files from the list, then simply hover your mouse cursor over the recent document you wish to remove and a black “X” will appear on the top right corner of the individual file screen. Simply select that “X” on each of the documents you wish to remove from the recent files list.

If you wish to remove all of the recent files from the LibreOffice start up screen, then;

2. Select the drop down arrow from the “Recent Files” button on the left menu bar.

A “Clear Recent Documents” button will appear.

3. Select the button.

Now all of your recent documents have been removed from the file list.

The first number of the current version of your LibreOffice installation now appears in the center of the application screen. You are now allowed to drop a document into the center of the application window or choose an app from the left menu bar to create a brand new document.

 

How to change screen brightness in Windows 7

How to change screen brightness in Windows 7

Changing your computer monitor’s screen brightness in Windows 7 can be a little tricky if you have never done it before. Especially if your monitor itself does not have any buttons to change the brightness itself; however, there is one effective way to change the screen brightness in Windows 7 and that is through your desktop’s control panel.

To change your computer monitor’s screen brightness in Windows 7 this is what you do…

1. Launch your control panel.

You can find your control panel’s button by selecting the “Start” button on the bottom left of your desktop’s task bar and start typing in “control panel” in the “Search programs and files” text box and the icon will appear. Simply select the control panel icon to launch the control panel.

Once in your control panel…

2. Select “Appearance and Personalization.”

3. Select “Display.”

4. Select “Calibrate color” on the left side of the window.

The Display Color Calibration window will launch.

5. Select “Next” on the bottom right of the window and follow the calibration wizard to the end.

6. Select “finish” and you are all done.

 

How to update to the newest version of LibreOffice

How to update to the newest version of LibreOffice

1. Launch the LibreOffice desktop application.

In about 20 seconds of the app running, an icon mentioning there is a new version of LibreOffice available will appear on the top right corner of the screen.

2. Select the icon.

A “Check for Updates” window will appear displaying valuable update information about your current LibreOffice version and the newest LibreOffice version available for download.

3. Select “Download…”

Your computer’s default browser will launch and direct you to the LibreOffice.org download page. The page will automatically detect your computer’s operating system information and give you the most recommended LibreOffice version to download for your pc.

4. Select “Download Version x.x.x”

Where the three x’s is the current LibreOffice version available for download.

5. Select “Run.”

Depending on your default browser security settings a security scan may or may not run prior to your download beginning.

After a security scan runs, your download will begin.

6. Once the newest version of LibreOffice has successfully downloaded, the Installation Wizard window will launch and begin computing your system’s requirements.

After the Installation Wizard computes your system’s requirements, simply follow the install prompts to begin installing the newest version of LibreOffice with the program features you have selected.

7. After following the install prompts, select “finish” to exit the Installation Wizard and complete the installation.

 

The Moon’s terminator line contradicts the Copernican Theory

The Moon’s terminator line contradicts the Copernican Theory

According to Heliocentric Cosmology, the lunar terminator is the boundary dividing the sunlit portion of the moon and the unlit portion of the moon causing a solar twilight on the lunar surface. The lunar terminator travels along the lunar surface per the rotational speed of the moon around its axis and its orbital period around the Earth.

Termed the Terminator Illusion, an observer on the ground is able to view the unlit portion of the lunar surface facing the sun’s directional light. Conversely an observer on the ground is also able to view the lit portion of the lunar surface facing away from the sun’s directional light. Both of which contradicts the globe model in its entirety. This “Terminator Illusion” is no illusion at all due to the fact that this celestial phenomenon is readily viewable to the naked eye.

Modern science tells us that the sun travels roughly seven times faster than the speed of the moon across the sky, in which case the lunar terminator should have a noticeable change throughout the day as the sun travels past the moon rather than staying fixed in one position on the lunar surface.

Disregarding what classical astronomy has taught us over the past 500 years, physical observations of the moon’s terminator not coinciding with the sun’s directional light during daytime lends credence to an even higher possibility that we live in a geocentric creation.

 

The lack of intermediary moon phases contradicts the Copernican Theory

The lack of intermediary moon phases contradicts the Copernican Theory

According to Heliocentric Cosmology, the moon goes through seven or eight lunar phases…depending on whether or not you count the New Moon as an actual phase or the lack of a phase.

These phases are…

– New Moon
– Waxing Crescent Moon
– First Quarter Moon
– Waxing Gibbous Moon
– Full Moon
– Waning Gibbous Moon
– Third Quarter Moon
– Waning Crescent Moon

If Heliocentric Cosmology is correct, these eight lunar moon phases should gradually reverse from summer to winter and back to summer the following year. In-between each of these lunar moon phases there should be even more, noticeable intermediary phases…not unlike the elusive missing link in the ridiculous evolutionary theory that the science priests and prophets push at the local indoctrination centers across the plane.

If sunlight really does reflect off of the lunar surface, then we should be able to observe the lunar shadow(the terminator line) gradually crossing the surface of the moon rather than the eight abrupt lunar phases that we actually do observe.

We should be able to observe the lunar shadow traveling across the moon’s surface immediately after the New Moon phase towards the Waxing Crescent Moon phase and on towards the others.

What we should be able to observe is the following…

– New Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases
– Waxing Crescent Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases
– First Quarter Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases
– Waxing Gibbous Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases
– Full Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases
– Waning Gibbous Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases
– Third Quarter Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases
– Waning Crescent Moon
– Intermediary Moon Phases

What we actually observe are only the eight lunar phases minus the intermediary lunar phases in-between them.

So, where are these elusive intermediary lunar phases?

 

Sunlight and daylight are two different lights

Sunlight and daylight are two different lights

As the sun circles above our flat plane, its electromagnetic nature charges the air within its magnetic field influence. This influence that the sun has on the atmosphere is astounding and something that has been hidden from us by the scientific priests…until now.

Our entire Earth is electromagnetic in nature.
The sun and moon are multidimensional capacitors giving and receiving their energy from each other…hence the sun and moon phases (what we were taught as “eclipses”).

When you look up at the sky during the periods of dawn and dusk what you see is not sunlight. Sunlight are the likes of hotspots you see reflecting off the surface of bodies of water, wet pavement, and the ground when the sun is moving across the sky.

What you are seeing during the morning and evening hours is daylight. A completely and separate source of light from the sun itself. Sunlight makes up only a small percentage of the light that actually illuminates the Earth. Whereas daylight is a manifestation of light itself from the electromagnetic influence that the sun has on the gasses in the atmosphere as it passes through it.

When you look up at the sky during dawn and dusk and your eyes see the colorful rainbowatic bands in the atmosphere…what you are witnessing is not sunlight, but rather daylight. A process in which the sun’s electromagnetic field excites the seven noble gasses. When the ions in those seven most common elements are excited (begin vibrating at a higher frequency than their default) they emit photons, aka…LIGHT.

 

Six scientific experiments every Flat Earther should be doing

Six scientific experiments every Flat Earther should be doing

After you have come to the realization that…

– The horizon always rises to your eye level the higher up in altitude you go.
– Navigation gyroscopes can only work on a flat and stationary earth.
– Boats pop back up over the “curve” when you zoom in on the location that they “went over.”
– And that it is impossible to circumnavigate a ball.

…then it will be time for you to conduct experiments to help drive not only your own knowledge of the flat earth workings but the entire flat earth community forward.

Experiment #1: The location of the new moon
The moon seems to always disappear and evade backyard astronomers. We need to be using sophisticated moon tracking software and website apps in order to locate the new moon during this hidden phase. The moon…if it is even there during its “new moon phase” should still be up there blocking out stars as it travels along its path in the night time sky. And if the new moon is not there where it should be then…where is it?

Experiment #2: Orbs coming out during solar and lunar eclipses
I’ve noticed this time and time again, during the solar and lunar eclipses and right as the sunlight dims do the orbs in the sky start to manifest. Are the orbs demonic entities that are unable to materialize when “Jesus/aka the sun” is out? Are the orbs only able to materialize in our atmosphere when “Jesus/aka the sun” begins to be dimmed or blocked by a celestial body up there. Are Rahu and Ketu or possibly other translucent celestial bodies partially responsible for solar and lunar eclipses?

Experiment #3: When does the moon change phases?
Why is it that whenever we see the moon at night or during the day, we only observe it during one of its seven phases and at no point do we observe the moon in between each of its phases? When does one phase change to another phase? Two observers located on opposite side of our flat earth should be seeing more and less of the moon. One observer should see a certain amount of the moon while another observer should be seeing more of the moon since the moon “should be” phasing into the next phase? Well?

Experiment #4: Do shooting stars and “satellites” really break up and dim upon an observer on the flat earth observing them?
Watch…right when you start to observe a shooting star it starts to break up. And right when you start to observe a “satellite” does it start to dim. Well that’s interesting now…isn’t it?

Experiment #5: High altitude balloon experiments
There have been many successful high altitude balloon experiments conducted by well known flat earth researchers. During high altitude balloon launches we should be attaching lasers pointed upwards so if there is a firmament and if it does have texture to it…then we should be able to reflect the laser pointer off of the firmament.

The double slit experiment is a good apparatus and experiment to attach to a high altitude balloon platform. If the higher up we go the more metaphysical we become, then the double slit experiment should reveal that the properties of light begin oscillating and changing from particles to waves. A simple yet effective experiment.

Experiment #6: The conforming firmament
This one is even easier. Take two observers during a clear afternoon. Keep them on opposite sides of a large body of water such as a lake. And have the observers facing each other (staring towards the middle of the lake). For one observer the sun will be in front of him and above the middle of the lake and for the other observer the sun will be behind him.

Things that make you go;

“Hmmm…”