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  1. Theoretically you could make such a device, but in order to extract enough oxygen to supply a human’s needs from just the water, the device would have to bigger than the human. (Even if you could miniaturize all the components, the volume of water you’d need to pass through it would result in a flowRead more

    Theoretically you could make such a device, but in order to extract enough oxygen to supply a human’s needs from just the water, the device would have to bigger than the human. (Even if you could miniaturize all the components, the volume of water you’d need to pass through it would result in a flow rate that would have lethal consequences for any human wearing the thing)

    At which point you might as well put your human INSIDE the device and call it a submarine.

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  2. We in Florida are number one in new Covid cases. We were a while ago too but lost it to Missouri on some other insignificant place. Also, only 50% of Florida people are vaxxed which can related directly to IQ and education.

    We in Florida are number one in new Covid cases. We were a while ago too but lost it to Missouri on some other insignificant place.

    Also, only 50% of Florida people are vaxxed which can related directly to IQ and education.

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  3. The difference is that “intend doing something” is simply not correct. “Intend to do something” would be the best way to say it, with “intend on doing something” being a little awkward here but acceptable.

    The difference is that “intend doing something” is simply not correct. “Intend to do something” would be the best way to say it, with “intend on doing something” being a little awkward here but acceptable.

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  4. That’s an enemy for you and your wife, someone she assumes to be a trustworthy advisor is giving her evil advice, sugar-coated with great promises. Most likely in my opinion.. the person entices her to spy on you, or is telling her that you prevented her from doing a certain something so that she doRead more

    That’s an enemy for you and your wife, someone she assumes to be a trustworthy advisor is giving her evil advice, sugar-coated with great promises.

    Most likely in my opinion.. the person entices her to spy on you, or is telling her that you prevented her from doing a certain something so that she doesn’t become an honored woman.

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  5. First of all, to even this out, I'm not going to include cosmic beings or entities, which includes Galactus, Dormammu, The Beyonder, High Evolutionary, The Living Tribunal and One-Above-All. And yes, not even Franklin Richards or Thanos with the Infinity Gauntlet.

    First of all, to even this out, I’m not going to include cosmic beings or entities, which includes Galactus, Dormammu, The Beyonder, High Evolutionary, The Living Tribunal and One-Above-All. And yes, not even Franklin Richards or Thanos with the Infinity Gauntlet.

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