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by Kellemora
31 Mar 2015, 15:33
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Mobile Friendly
Replies: 53
Views: 13417

Re: Mobile Friendly

You are going to LOVE THIS... Google's own search result page FAILED THE TEST... When I tried another Google page I got this instead. "The requested URL redirected to https://www.google.com/search?q=Home=h which is disallowed by robots.txt.Dismiss" I guess they don't want you to know they DO NOT COM...
by Kellemora
31 Mar 2015, 15:29
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Mobile Friendly
Replies: 53
Views: 13417

Re: Mobile Friendly

I ran both of my websites through the test. BOTH FAILED, hi hi... But for reasons which are most illogical, because I've looked at my websites on large and small cell phones. The smallest had a 1-3/8" wide by 1-3/4" tall screen and it was perfectly readable. My Errors: Text to small to read. Links t...
by Kellemora
30 Mar 2015, 15:48
Forum: Discussions
Topic: Trans-Eurasian belt Development (TEPR)
Replies: 117
Views: 23937

Re: Trans-Eurasian belt Development (TEPR)

I've been in a few driverless transportation devices. But where they were and how they worked were in a controlled environment, so no threat of being crashed into, hi hi... Most were at amusement parks or tours of places of interest on their grounds. Like the little trains which run from station to ...
by Kellemora
29 Mar 2015, 16:18
Forum: Discussions
Topic: Trans-Eurasian belt Development (TEPR)
Replies: 117
Views: 23937

Re: Trans-Eurasian belt Development (TEPR)

They can be created easily enough electronically. I'm actually surprised the police don't use them to stop a fleeing vehicle. It doesn't take much of an electrical field to destroy a computer chip. Probably be easier and faster just to access their on-board computer via radio and shut down their eng...
by Kellemora
28 Mar 2015, 16:23
Forum: Discussions
Topic: Trans-Eurasian belt Development (TEPR)
Replies: 117
Views: 23937

Re: Trans-Eurasian belt Development (TEPR)

Just a pulse of electrical energy which fries everything electronic.
by Kellemora
27 Mar 2015, 12:34
Forum: Discussions
Topic: Trans-Eurasian belt Development (TEPR)
Replies: 117
Views: 23937

Re: Trans-Eurasian belt Development (TEPR)

The way computer systems do go bad in cars so easily. I sure hope they have at least four redundant backup systems. I also wonder if they will have EMF protection? I can imagine one good size solar flare causing millions of accidents, and/or an EMF attack doing the same thing. Have to run now! TTUL ...
by Kellemora
26 Mar 2015, 14:38
Forum: Discussions
Topic: Trans-Eurasian belt Development (TEPR)
Replies: 117
Views: 23937

Re: Trans-Eurasian belt Development (TEPR)

The Barris Driving System was functional way back in the late 1960's but dropped for some reason. At the time it was tauted as accident free driving is now possible. Until one of their test cars got hit in the side. It didn't anticipate other drivers fast enough. But today's computerized systems are...
by Kellemora
25 Mar 2015, 16:42
Forum: Discussions
Topic: Trans-Eurasian belt Development (TEPR)
Replies: 117
Views: 23937

Re: Trans-Eurasian belt Development (TEPR)

Hi Yogi Doesn't mean it will go anywhere. Which is often the case of new ideas. Heck, way back in the late '60s to '70s when I was working in Highways & Planning, there were some awesome ideas floating about the board rooms. One of the reasons the Interstate Highway System was designed with such a w...
by Kellemora
25 Mar 2015, 16:28
Forum: Discussions
Topic: From Desert to Rain Forest
Replies: 9
Views: 2364

Re: From Desert to Rain Forest

According to NASA, the earth has been cooling, not warming up. We've crossed they bottom of the cycle between Ice Ages and are headed toward another one now. But it won't happen for thousands of years yet. Hopefully, hi hi... We've had heavier snowfalls here this year, and broke some cold temperatur...
by Kellemora
24 Mar 2015, 15:08
Forum: Discussions
Topic: From Desert to Rain Forest
Replies: 9
Views: 2364

Re: From Desert to Rain Forest

Yes the phosphorous is an important nutrient. But what percentage of phosphorous is contained in the dust? The desert is losing like 75 million tons per year, with only about 25 million tons settling down in the rain forest. Good thing for the rain to keep it washed off the leaves eh! Will the deser...
by Kellemora
23 Mar 2015, 15:58
Forum: Discussions
Topic: From Desert to Rain Forest
Replies: 9
Views: 2364

Re: From Desert to Rain Forest

They only covered like six or seven years out of millions. Remember, the Sahara Desert was at one time a tropical rain forest itself. What we see as the rain forest today, as shown in the six year video, is amassing sand dust at the rate of 27 million tons per year. It will reach a point where it is...
by Kellemora
20 Mar 2015, 20:01
Forum: Purpose Meaning and Direction
Topic: nBF Archive
Replies: 3
Views: 2908

Re: nBF Archive

All purged as requested!
by Kellemora
18 Mar 2015, 17:01
Forum: Purpose Meaning and Direction
Topic: Home Page Remix
Replies: 18
Views: 6255

Re: Home Page Remix

My brother in law stopped by, and I viewed both of my websites on a TINY 1-3/8 x 1-3/4 cell phone last night. Went through every single page on each, and I was most surprised to find it easier to read than on the frau's much larger Schmarz-Fone. I don't know how they did it, but they render the long...
by Kellemora
17 Mar 2015, 17:04
Forum: Purpose Meaning and Direction
Topic: Home Page Remix
Replies: 18
Views: 6255

Re: Home Page Remix

You had piqued my curiosity Yogi. I had the frau bring up both of my websites on her Schmarz-Fone. Most of the pages rendered OK, but so small you couldn't see them, unless you zoomed in on the part you wanted to read. I have a few pages where PDF files are displayed. My pages provide a pdf reader b...
by Kellemora
16 Mar 2015, 17:35
Forum: Discussions
Topic: [split] Pizza Pi Day
Replies: 22
Views: 4451

Re: [split] Pizza Pi Day

Yeppers. In the air, in our food and drink, and in the meds they dose us with.
by Kellemora
16 Mar 2015, 17:24
Forum: Purpose Meaning and Direction
Topic: Home Page Remix
Replies: 18
Views: 6255

Re: Home Page Remix

Hmm, I've done nothing special on either of my websites, they are readable on a cell phone, if you want to call 2 point type readable hi hi... I suppose next Google will want websites properly served on wristwatch size computers. Then a down to a dot on your eyeglasses. What next? Mind Meld websites...
by Kellemora
15 Mar 2015, 16:50
Forum: Discussions
Topic: Instant Memory and Recall
Replies: 22
Views: 5350

Re: Instant Memory and Recall

It would be nice, but he is six doors away, downhill from us too. I know you get a kick out of some of the things I've done. Especially my cheap ways of getting certain things accomplished. Back home I had a large aquarium in my living room behind and over the couch. I could clean it from the adjoin...
by Kellemora
15 Mar 2015, 16:35
Forum: Blogs
Topic: Critters
Replies: 32
Views: 6805

Re: Critters

It still makes it really hard to find business that are still open, when the road is lined with signs for businesses who closed a decade or two ago and their signs are still up. I saw a sign which appeared fairly new, still had some shine to it, and the lights inside the sign were on when we passed ...
by Kellemora
15 Mar 2015, 16:22
Forum: Discussions
Topic: [split] Pizza Pi Day
Replies: 22
Views: 4451

Re: [split] Pizza Pi Day

We had some strange anomalies regarding allergies in the flower business. Family members who worked around mums their entire life, were never affected by them. UNLESS, they performed a certain task with them over a five year period. In the industry, we have those who plant, raise, water, and care fo...
by Kellemora
15 Mar 2015, 15:43
Forum: Purpose Meaning and Direction
Topic: Home Page Remix
Replies: 18
Views: 6255

Re: Home Page Remix

I probably shouldn't ask, but what business is it of Google whether or not your website works on their mobile devices? Starting to sound like the old days when we had to write our websites one way for IE, and another more sensible way for everybody else. I never kowtowed to IE, and I doubt I would k...