Greg Beetham

Greg Beetham

Lives in Australia Townsville, Australia
Works as a Automotive Paint (retired)
Joined on Sep 15, 2006
About me:

KM 5D A100 A700 3600HSD HVLF56AM
100 f/2.8(D) Macro, 100-300 f/4.5-5.6(D) APO, 24-105 f/3.5-4.5(D), DT18-200 f/3.5-6.3(D), 17-35 f/2.8-4(D), 28-75 f/2.8(D)

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  • I must have developed some dumb concern for your welfare…sorry. I’m asking because you seem to think that your dietary lifestyle is beyond reproach, almost a religion, and it was you who started ...
  • The available biomass is vast if you can access it that is, worldwide the child under 5 mortality rate varies per country but Mexico for example has something like 40 ish deaths per 1000 live ...
  • Ok but you reducing your life expectancy by an unknown amount and potentially ending up with a quality of life reduction of also unknown proportions at some point…achieves what exactly?
  • There are numerous versions of B12 and only one is of any benefit, the one from eating meat or fish, and of course you can get it from taking a multi-vitamin-mineral tablet occasionally. Be ...
  • I’m fascinated about how vegetarians feed their babies seeing as how milk is actually a blood and fat product, what do they feed them on? And what could possibly make you think you owe the universe ...
  • Yes, there were no addicts in China so they deliberately created some so they could even up the balance of trade which was heavily in favour of China. The British traders knew where to get their ...
  • I think if we could arrange to move some mass in the general direction of Mars in the right direction and velocity and with the correct composition to add iron and sulphur maybe Mars could be ...
  • Rubbish. Warren Delano (FDR’s grandfather) was the one involved in the opium trade not FDR. The Roosevelt’s were involved in other things the very first was a fur trapper then grain miller, another ...
  • Goodness graciousment Lyle, its a conspiracy theory that's been floating about forever and just because its been repeated so many times that doesn't mean it's correct. FDR didn't order the carriers ...
  • Have a nice cup of tea and a good lie down.
  • Of course not, skippy’s aren’t normally aggressive, well, if they aren’t being attacked by pig dogs they aren’t, but they aren’t the sharpest tool in the shed just the same. Ones that are familiar ...
  • I think the idea overall was to attack not long after the declaration of war was handed over, that the declaration hadn’t actually been delivered at the time of the attack was due to incompetence ...
  • I get the strong impression that it would be pointless, the really big problem is Mars doesn’t have the required magnetic field to divert the solar wind from stripping away O2 molecules from the ...
  • There were only two carriers (Lexington and Enterprise) and they were both away delivering fighters to remote outposts at the time of the attack and thus weren’t findable by the Japanese fleet. The ...
  • The big problem with the atmosphere on Mars as I see it isn’t that it’s mostly CO2 so much, it’s that it barely exists. Yes 96% of it is CO2 but at roughly 0.6%-0.8% of the Earth’s atmospheric ...
  • Oh yeah...I never thought of that, it could work, it could work.
  • TJ making stuff up?...nah I doubt it. I reckon the guy who said to TJ ‘Pssst you wanna know something about the SS United States?’ Now that guy could be a bit sus.
  • TJ there is an absolute speed limit for displacement hulls due to drag vs. waterline length. The longer the ship the greater the possible speed until drag stops any further increase. Well ok you ...
  • Yep I think you’re correct after all, I just found a photo of the United States leaving NY back in the 1950’s.
  • Sheesh TJ the US did about 65km/h which is about 40mph roughly.
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