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Relating to the earth.
The earths magnetic field is changing, moving and updating in real-time every moment.
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The numerical value of earths in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of earths in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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Over the 100 to 200 million years before this die-off event there was a large amount of life on the planet, but after this event a huge portion died off, however, instead of recovering like more recent mass extinctions, the amount of life on the planet or size of the biosphere stayed small for the following billion years of Earths historyabout two billion to one billion years ago.
Rare earth elements aren't being recycled from electronics right now, and that's a huge problem — China has a stranglehold on the virgin material supply, this is a great idea — Apple could single-handedly create a hugely needed market for recycled rare earths.
Even if China doesn't follow up, the threat (on rare earths) will increase tensions between the two sides and that is likely to drive investors out of stocks and into government bonds.
We have essentially made a market for this entrepreneur, this innovator, who found a way to recycle rare earths.
This is sacred, Seven universes and seven earths created in seven days; along with seven human likeness that has been given the Spirit of life that has been planted across the spaces of universes separated but connected to God. MillYentei_D.L.Y
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