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2/4/15 Maggie and the exploding sun
#1
The most obvious question right off the bat, is ‘Who is Maggie?’


But the most important question is ‘Will the sunlight indeed explode, and if so….WHEN?!’ Group two has me the most concerned, but Group 3 indicates more excitement in the technological field.

There’s quite a bit here in this run, but just not a whole lot to talk about. Hard to explain.


   


UP Words:     maggie exceptional sailing barefoot whoa congrats intricate competition formation dolphin identical absurd mon mirror flap cycling para sunlight explode mass boulder computers advance shift lands andrew spray cashier drug hockey slope balls protecting
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#2
Forgot to mention this: We're definitely in a lull again. I find that interesting that a lull appears at the same time as the full moon.
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#3
(02-04-2015, 10:05 AM)Eagle1 Wrote: Forgot to mention this: We're definitely in a lull again. I find that interesting that a lull appears at the same time as the full moon.

everyone one in Europe has a terrible cold, no kidding….see ya later.

Maggie - Margaret, Magdalene, Mary (nice anagram of army I have always found interesting) i will see you all in a few days
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#4
"Margaret/Maggie's" gonna win a "sailing" or water competition? "Sailing" could have another meaning but with "dolphin" and "barefoot" it seems a bit more likely to actually be about water. Then again, how many metaphors may be in the top of a bot run, all pointing to the same event?

"Been, sorry, voted" is really interesting, but then "dream" and "dreams" both in this run are too.

"dreams save hide?" Well, they sure are likely to as this Grand Experiment is refined more & more you gifted ones and your sharp leader.

Group 2 bummer about "sunlight" and the likely metaphor "explode" but then a gigantic, Carrington-type solar flare is a type of explosion on the sun, nevermind metaphors? yikes....

Lastly, "computers advance shift?" Shift = transformation?
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#5
Sunlight explode mass boulder

Random thoughts: Sunlight doesn't necessarily refer to the sun. It could mean something as bright as the sun, as bright as sunlight. Mass could mean a property of a physical body, Catholic service, or even an abbreviation for Massachusetts. Boulder: big rock or the city in Denver?

I'll admit I thought of a nuclear explosion.

My first thought for "Maggie" was former UK PM Maggie Thatcher. I know she's deceased, but there's always a possibility of some revelation coming forth.

Could "Maggie" be the name of a sailboat that takes part in some sort of sailing competition(including the next batch of words congrats intricate competition formation dolphin)?

Flap cycling: Lance Armstrong is in the news again. http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/cycling/31125348

Computers advance shift: The Large Hadron Collider will be powering up in March. http://www.scienceworldreport.com/articles20736/20150101/cern-large-hadron-collider-gears-up-march-2015.htm
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(02-04-2015, 04:36 PM)DLP Wrote: Sunlight explode mass boulder

Random thoughts: Sunlight doesn't necessarily refer to the sun. It could mean something as bright as the sun, as bright as sunlight. Mass could mean a property of a physical body, Catholic service, or even an abbreviation for Massachusetts. Boulder: big rock or the city in Denver?

I'll admit I thought of a nuclear explosion.

My first thought for "Maggie" was former UK PM Maggie Thatcher. I know she's deceased, but there's always a possibility of some revelation coming forth.

Could "Maggie" be the name of a sailboat that takes part in some sort of sailing competition(including the next batch of words congrats intricate competition formation dolphin)?

Flap cycling: Lance Armstrong is in the news again. http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/cycling/31125348

I agree about Lance. "flap cycling para". This is a big flap now. Para means side by side or beside and they were sitting side by side in the car. Also, Anna is his wife's name and while not mentioned today, Ann or Anna has been in the run over the past few days.
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#7
Oh WOW!
It isn't an Exploding Sun!!!
Sunlight = Bright-line. (sunlight explode mass boulder computers advance shift)
It fits all the computer and keyboard words, not sure about how boulder fits yet.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/02/04...13494.html
I wonder if Mr. Wheeler is our Hamster too? Hamster isn't on the run today but hamster is a term that can also relate to computers and Wheeler ties to hamster wheel.
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#8
How about this? Do the elite know something huge is on the horizon that we do not?
the hamster class making the wheel go around may be clueless about this, having more power than
imagined- dream on dreamers!!!!
http://www.theguardian.com/public-leader...davos-2015

or
follow this rabbit hole-> "If you start with our quantum nature as your point of reference, everything changes.
The very idea that we owe obedience to these pitiful phantoms that we call government, or that we are bound to keep spinning these bizarre
hamster wheels we've built for ourselves, becomes laughable."

http://stormcloudsgathering.com/quantum-relativity

Don't let the full moon dry up those bot terms.
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#9
okay- not to beat a dead horse but yesterday BIG news on HSBC and a Maggie
or Margaret- turned on that inimitable fan that sh*t hits on this one.......
Someone thought it could be Margaret Thatcher type- well see for yourself....
Margaret Hodge accuses ex-chairman Lord Stephen Green over HSBC files
http://www.theguardian.com/business/2015...hsbc-files
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#10
Great call, DLP!! New particles at hadron....

http://www.scientificamerican.com/articl...-collider/
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#11
sunlight explode mass boulder

500 pound fireball illuminates sky
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