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1 hour ago, Nebraska said:


blink 182 recorded some stuff in san diego at the studio i worked at. i assisted on a few sessions and was in the room a few times when tom delonge would go off on conspiracy stuff and Sumerians and "Planet-X" and all kinds of shit. he was buying books and getting them sent to the studio. was like a kid on christmas opening them up and getting into them.  he didn't seem so down the rabbit hole then. it was more of a hobby but was obvious that the whole line of thinking w/the conspiracy/aliens/ancient civilizations and "knowing things unknown" type stuff was important to him. 

he had some kind of break down or something some years ago. 

just gonna repost because. 


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1 hour ago, ignatius said:


is that the sun between some clouds or the moon reflecting the sun between some clouds? 

big glow wiBBa str8 boolin' :ohmy:

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7 hours ago, ignatius said:


is that the sun between some clouds or the moon reflecting the sun between some clouds? 

I'm pretty sure it's just sunset/sunrise coming through a crack in the cloud cover.

On 7/30/2022 at 5:04 AM, prdctvsm said:


This looks like someone practicing and/or testing the drones for a drone show. But it's hard to tell how far or fast they are really moving.

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On 7/28/2022 at 8:03 PM, trying to be less rude said:



Over the weekend, a team of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) ocean explorers came across something seriously unsettling lining the Mid-Atlantic ocean floor: a series of holes dug into the sandy seabed at seemingly regular intervals, as seen in footage taken by the NOAA's remotely operated submarine.

"These holes have been previously reported from the region, but their origin remains a mystery," reads a Facebook post by the team. "While they look almost human made, the little piles of sediment around the holes make them seem like they were excavated by... something."


The bizarre holes were bored about 1.7 miles beneath the surface, right at the crest of an underwater volcano near the Azores.

Clues as to what may have created the holes are scarce. The surrounding ocean floor was comparatively smooth. Besides, the depth at which the marks were made suggests that human involvement is incredibly unlikely.











On 13 July 2004, during an expedition exploring biodiversity along the northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge, an ROV dive recorded videos of numerous sublinear sets of holes in sediment at ca. 2,082 m depth.


Fade in: Mark Snow - Materia Primoris




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