The "KINGDOMSPHERE"!

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  1. swanny macrumors regular

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    October 17, 2006
    Earth
    Tuesday
    Dawn
    Cloudy
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    The "KINGDOMSPHERE"

    Well I suppose many of us have heard of the "biosphere" and many of us have heard as well of the "kingdoms" of life, but have you thus heard of the "KINGDOMSPHERE". For is it not "logical" that the biosphere rests not on the hydrosphere or geosphere but upon the kingdomsphere. Ah... yes perhaps.

    Well when I was growing up there were pretty much only three Kingdoms.
    Plant, mineral and animal but now apparently there are five and I don't think they include plants or minerals well maybe plants. The minerals aspect has been subjucated to the 200 or so "elements".

    Well 5 kingdoms?
    Go = http://waynesword.palomar.edu/trfeb98.htm

    Well anyway the point being that under the said biosphere rests this apparent
    "kingdomsphere" or so but they don't really call it that but I would argue that if there is a said biosphere then hence it is "derived" from said kingdoms and hence the kingdomsphere which itself rests upon the elements and hyrdo and geo spheres.

    so you get your

    6. Comosphere
    5. Atmosphere
    4. Biosphere
    3. Kingdomsphere
    2. Hydrosphere
    1. Geosphere

    Or so says...? the muse...

    Todays tom foolary brought to you by the Maligine Cayon in Jasper Alberta...
    don't go there unless you don't spoil the view.

    swanny
     
  2. Chundles macrumors G4

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    Erm, but that negates the need for the rubber band. I thought the rubber band was the crux of the whole argument? You can't just throw out the whole problem because it suits you, that's what a child would do - it's immature and quite frankly purile.

    Get rid of the rubber band indeed.... :mad:
     
  3. swanny thread starter macrumors regular

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    English... well it is obvious isn't it...
    I mean if something is "self evident" ...
    I mean really...
    Oh you linear thinkers...
    Expand your mind think global for a change.

    or at least semi-global...

    What's it got in its pocket "precious"...

    sighs

    the great "global" divide apparently...

    really english?

    hmmph

    well it was worth a try I suppose

    class dismissed...

    swanny
     
  4. Chundles macrumors G4

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    And on second reading I see you've also left out the duck.
     
  5. tobefirst macrumors 68040

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    Yea! Another thread by swanny that I don't understand! :)
     
  6. swanny thread starter macrumors regular

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    Well fond as i might be of "duck al la rounge with mint" I hardly think that constitutes a arguement for them having their own kingdom.

    Well frankly myself perhaps this is a subconscious rebuttal to the demotion of pluto from planet status...
    I mean...
    without notice...

    I mean either it is or it isn't make up our minds...

    sighs

    kettles boiling the day is off to a "questionable" start...


    globally yours

    sir
     
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  8. yellow Moderator emeritus

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    Coffee with peyote... and here is what you get.
     
  9. swanny thread starter macrumors regular

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    I'll have to try that some time... no cream though please... and don't supersize...

    Ah yes the topic...

    Well if it's any consulation, it not that we "forgot", but simply that we failed to see it for what it was and is, which apparently is the foundation of life on Earth,
    as we know at present.

    that's all

    as we were!

    sir
     
  10. yellow Moderator emeritus

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    Actually all Life on Earth is based on very small magents and how they interact with mirrors. And cigars.
     
  11. Lord Blackadder macrumors G5

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    I'm really only concerned with my personal sphere...so unless I was a king the kingdom sphere holds little interest for me.

    Aren't we done with autocracy these days anyway? maybe it should be the Animal's Democratic Republic instead of the Animal Kingdom. Or the Union of Soviet Animal Socialists.
     
  12. swanny thread starter macrumors regular

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    Yes "smoking" what a concept...
    No thanks ... don't really want to know what goes into a good cigar
    and not sure I want to find out...

    an odd tibid the other day...
    not quite sure what to make of it...
    perhaps you in your... haze can...??
    well that's the problem though it's rather unexplainable

    here: "There are some things more important than knowledge"
    From the web 2006 Oct

    whoa.....

    all righty than...

    rook to bishop 4.

    sir
     
  13. yellow Moderator emeritus

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    But before there was a earth there was a void...

    What I want to know is how that little kid did that?
    All the snot...

    Where was my towel at that time you want to know?
    It was in the toilet. Where it belongs. That's knowledge for ya.

    As they say in Outter Mongolia, "That's my yak, you theiving assburgler".
     
  14. swanny thread starter macrumors regular

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    I mean surely it's not what you "don't know" that counts...

    Is it?

    That's utterly absurd....

    oh well...

    it is tuesday isn't it... 10 ish...

    ah breakfast there's your problem

    thinkin on an empty stomach...

    sir
     
  15. yellow Moderator emeritus

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    Ah but it be more lik'n time for noontime sup.
    My belly sings it's satiation at the polarization of it's magnetized surfaces.

    Whence comes the tolling of the wind? A howl of rain does spatter...

    It makes one think.

    And think.

    Think.

    Thi...
     
  16. Sdashiki macrumors 68040

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    You see Ill take this here range and find it a good boy.

    For the place that we find it, no longer will any be available.

    Purchases should not be taken here, but elsewhere for inspection.

    The probe reaches far and wide, though never does it produce.

    Lettuce seems to be a fitting President.

    I think I will take that one over there, and a couple of these and two flap.

    Where does it take you when you feel that deep down body urge?

    Right to the garage sink, where you found that part.


    The part that makes you hole inside of margarine.

    Seriously, do you have any greed for my tuna roll?

    I take alabaster lions and make magnets for my solar powered juicer.

    Keep on taking it, but do not stop there, go forth and multiply!


    Another time and place for everything, and everything in its pocket.

    I will see you in Bumkin before I will see you another clique
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  17. yellow Moderator emeritus

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  18. Sdashiki macrumors 68040

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    Here you go.

    SPLAT!

    thats Spam in your silly face, silly ninny.
     
  19. elfin buddy macrumors 6502a

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    Whoa whoa whoa there...did you just rebut your own incomprehensible argument with an even more incomprehensible one?

    I'm sorry, Sir Swanny, but if you want to start a thread that has a defined purpose, perhaps you should consider organizing your thoughts before mashing them into the keyboard.

    Y'see, run-on sentences with poor grammar and organization are difficult to comprehend if you didn't write them yourself. For example:

    A professor once told me that if you don't know something well enough to convey the knowledge to another person, then you probably don't understand it yourself.

    Damn, I wish you weren't banned already. I hope your IP isn't blocked so you can still read this.
     
  20. Sdashiki macrumors 68040

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    banned? why?

    this whole thread makes NO sense.
     
  21. yellow Moderator emeritus

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    These of those that are threads are what is, so typical, so typical of he that is the beknighted swanster.
    Observations abound, they've (them they him he herm her it its item) never ever ever never ever made more than a molehill of much more than what you see and sense.
     

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