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Check List Update » Post #3

Sat Sep 16, 2017 19:05 in Your Stats

nice , congrats

Checklist on 15.09.17 » Post #5

Sat Sep 16, 2017 17:42 in Success Stories

congrats friend

New clixsense. » Post #4

Sat Sep 16, 2017 17:31 in General Talk

Agree 100%

Go to Japan and live to 100...tasman1 » Post #8

Sat Sep 16, 2017 17:30 in General Talk

valerie wrote: I would only want to live to 100 if I didn't need anyone to take care of me.

Who wants to be 100 and in nursing home being forced fed fish and seaweed? :mrgreen:


You are right Valerie , live to 100 will be bad...... 200 will be much better :mrgreen:

Go to Japan and live to 100...tasman1 » Post #3

Sat Sep 16, 2017 06:01 in General Talk

lots of fish , seaweed, sea algae etc

Go to Japan and live to 100...tasman1 » Post #1

Sat Sep 16, 2017 03:21 in General Talk

New data from Japan's Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare reveal the country has broken its previous record for the number of people living past their 100th birthday.
The country has the highest proportion of people over 65 compared to every other country on Earth. Coupled with falling birth rates, the dwindling pool of young people is struggling to cover the costs related to an ageing population.

Japan's centenarian population has been rising year over year since 1971, when there were just 339 centenarians.

Last year, government data showed there were 65,000 centenarians. This year marks the 47th consecutive year the country of 127 million has broken its own record.

Huricane Irma, Jose , Katia ,what next,,tasman1 » Post #25

Sat Sep 16, 2017 03:06 in General Talk

rajukurup wrote: '.valerie wrote,
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the earth no doubt goes through cycles but are we going to say 'that's
nature' or are we going to take precautions and preventions? Stop the use of plastics.
Stop the manufacturing pollutions. Stop the fracking.

Nature......hmmmm[]

yes valerie this selfish nature of man has ruined this lovely nature .As long as humans exist in this universe this will be the fate of nature



In short , We are destroyer and we will not stop destroying ever

todays surveys » Post #3

Sat Sep 16, 2017 02:55 in Success Stories

nice , congrats

Daily checklist bonus » Post #4

Sat Sep 16, 2017 01:52 in Your Stats

nice , congrats

Checklist Completed » Post #4

Sat Sep 16, 2017 01:50 in Success Stories

cool , congrats

Decent Earning » Post #3

Fri Sep 15, 2017 23:33 in Success Stories

very , very nice , congrats

pretty earnings » Post #2

Fri Sep 15, 2017 22:51 in Success Stories

over 3.00 , very good , congrats

Hi ! » Post #2

Fri Sep 15, 2017 21:17 in Member Introduction

Welcome and wish you all the best here

6.28 + 3.01......tasman1 » Post #1

Fri Sep 15, 2017 21:03 in Success Stories

today $6.2884 yesterday $3.0180

Huricane Irma, Jose , Katia ,what next,,tasman1 » Post #23

Fri Sep 15, 2017 19:52 in General Talk

Yehhh , at the end of a day we are all going to die and nothing will be important

reached 700$ mark » Post #13

Fri Sep 15, 2017 17:39 in Your Stats

midopato07 wrote: can i know how?



working hard and trying all the time

500 offers » Post #5

Fri Sep 15, 2017 17:37 in Success Stories

nice , you are pro now , congrats

Checklist on 14.09.17 » Post #6

Fri Sep 15, 2017 02:05 in Success Stories

nice

Checklist Bonus 14.09.2017 » Post #2

Thu Sep 14, 2017 22:34 in Success Stories

nice work

NASA to kill Saturnians....tasman1 » Post #5

Thu Sep 14, 2017 22:24 in General Talk

FluffyBug wrote: Scientists expect to lose contact with the probe at around 12.55pm UK time as Cassini begins to feel the effects of drag from Saturn's atmosphere and starts to tumble, causing its dish antenna to lose sight of Earth.

At this point the craft will be roughly 930 miles above the planet's cloud tops. From then on, Cassini will start to burn like a meteor and tear apart. Within two minutes of signal loss the probe will be completely consumed.

No parts will hit Saturn.




What if some species live 930 miles above planet surface , did NASA think about that ? Nope , NASA never think about that , if they kill something or not they do not care

Our garbage must be sent back to our planet not to another, we do not own universe
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