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Screaming Cash_machines – Banks the new roller coasters!

Thought Roller Coasters couldn't get scarier?

The newly released “Broo-dar” thrill-seeker takes you on a new ride into terror - thanks to computerised technology.

Prepare for the most chilling adventure of your life," booms a recognizably Scottish voice on the sound system. Locked into my seat, I await my fate on "Broo'n'Darlin: The Chiller" - the newest roller coaster now situated at 10 Downing Street, London.

From a distance, the coaster looks like a snarled mass of black and gold tipped metal. But from my seat all I see is a red stained steel track steaming flat ahead, then snaking through a mightily dim tunnel - then up. I mean straight down.

I'm tense. Very Tense.

The guy sitting next to me, however, couldn't be calmer. It figures - he's Merve, the coaster's chief engineer.

A towering V.I. lift "fuels" the Econo_City carriages with potential energy. "The V.I. lift gives the banking roller coaster the potential to go, say, 65 miles per hour at the bottom of that hill," Merve says to me.

After the coaster crests the summit, the downward pull of gravity takes over, panic sets in and the economy plunges down the abyss. On the descent, potential energy converts to kinetic energy, or energy of brown motions, leading to a monumental downward force and an overshoot at the bottom!


Update - - - -

Other new coasters get their thrill from radical prose as well as technology. Take "Dueling Dragons" a coaster at The WhiteWash Park Development. It touts two separate tracks with two dragon-shaped leaders that rush furiously toward one another – Greenspinna and BushyBabe . This coaster gives "scream machines" new meaning - it also creates near-collisions! To make sure the near-crashes are timed perfectly, “Dueling Dragons” designers had to contend with major forces: friction then 'friendly' fire!!

100% Correct – Garrrunteeed :)

Big Hi - to all the 'old' faces (and new) on HPC!


R.S.Fred – I've been lurking for past three weeks – and not a peep or ditty from you. Are you 'speechless' at the mo' up there in your pboxy bedsit in Manc??

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Bible prophecy predicts globalization


The process of globalisation formally began in 1975 when, from 15th to 17th November, the leaders of France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America met in the first annual economic summit of the world's greatest nations.

This first meeting, the Sommet d'Rambouillet, was arranged by the French President, Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, and held in the Château de Rambouillet near Paris, France. "On the agenda were international monetary disorder and the oil crisis."[1]

The G7 group of elite nations was officially founded in 1976, when Canada joined the globalisation club at its second meeting, held in Puerto Rico on 27 and 28 June 1976. Since then, G7 has met each year to discuss the progress of globalisation and decide the next stages of the New World Order. "Each summit is unique and takes the G7 one step further in its evolution. The 1995 summit in Halifax, Canada, led to significant changes in the way in which the World Bank, the IMF and other international organisations operated."

The G7 economic alliance was extended to eight member states when Russia joined in 1998, although the Russians will not host the summit until 2006. According to the official website, the G7 agenda "has now turned to a more structural and global perspective and has added a wide range of political and social issues to its workload".[2]

Students of ancient prophecy should be aware of certain parallels between the establishment of G7 and the signs and events expected to precede the Apocalypse according to Christian scripture. The parable or riddle of the "seven kings" in The Revelation to St John "calls for a mind that has wisdom"[3], and can be interpreted as seven great nations leading the world for a period prior to Judgement day.

The End-Times prophecy in the Bible specifically predicts the reign of the being who the Christians call God being established by twenty-four leaders of the people of Earth. The first globalisation summit was attended by exactly twenty-four delegates - four from each of the six most affluent nations. The numbers may be highly significant, because the relevant text comprises verses 15 to 17 of the eleventh chapter in the Book of Revelation, and either by coincidence or by design G7 was founded between the 15th and the 17th days of the eleventh month.

"Then the seventh angel blew his trumpet, and there were

loud voices in heaven, saying, 'The kingdom of the world

has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Messiah,

and he will reign forever and ever.' Then the twenty-four

elders who sit on their thrones before God fell on their

faces and worshiped God, singing, 'We give you thanks,

Lord God Almighty, who are and who were, for you

have taken your great power and begun to reign.'"[4]

The G7 elite met in Paris last weekend to address the worsening crisis of global recession.[5] Senior financial ministers and politicians from the world's seven most powerful economies warned the US President that his tax cuts of $695 billion, which are designed to benefit the richest 1% of Americans, will "destabilise a world economy already undermined by threat of war in Iraq".[6]

This prophetic parallel was first recognised by Mr T. V. Acheson in 1999, and this article is the first time that it has ever been documented in the public domain. In the words of Mr Acheson (1999),

"You may not believe in gods or prophecy, but among the 'leaders of nations' there are those who do!!"

In 2005 the ten most powerful nations on the planet, including the two new rising powers of China and India, met for the first time in history at the G8 summit at Gleneagles in Scotland, UK

If you don't believe it's all engineered in advance to keep the flossies floundering - wel!

Check out the connection with one meaning of the word - 'wel' - we've all been fleeced!

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