Ticket #4840: untitled-part.html

File untitled-part.html, 4.6 KB (added by TriggersTinnitus@…, 3 months ago)

Added by email2trac

1<!DOCTYPE html>
3<head><meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
4        <title>Newsletter</title>
6<body><a href="http://tinnitextble.us/nvLusNKHjpJm5RB9mdXR48LczfZ6Ddinf4cXsYvEeELxSSIOAg_e492"><img src="http://tinnitextble.us/05950dd8879a7b6a00.jpg" /><img height="1" src="http://www.tinnitextble.us/LCAVsAFKrXOOcH0yc3lwiLDJC22REsC7PPwGG0Y-V0EqxTDDvg_e492" width="1" /></a>
8<div style="width:600px;font-family:arial;font-size:17px;padding:15px;border:2px solid #5A7530;text-align:left;">If you&#39;re sick and tired of the high-pitched noise in your ears...<br />
9<br />
10Listen to <a href="http://tinnitextble.us/d32vyNTWmZ3Igo7IAsu6SnIl6ICP5890AgmyXG8iykGT5Zmhlw_e492" rel="sponsored" style="color:#FF0000; font-weight:bold;" target="blank">this scientifically designed music for 15 minutes a day...</a>it helped over 18,000 people instantly improve their hearing...<br />
11<br />
12And even reverse Tinnitus in less than 21 days!<br />
13<br />
14This sound therapy was created by the scientists at Washington University School of Medicine after discovering what exactly triggers Tinnitus...<br />
15<br />
16<a href="http://tinnitextble.us/d32vyNTWmZ3Igo7IAsu6SnIl6ICP5890AgmyXG8iykGT5Zmhlw_e492" rel="sponsored" target="blank"><img src="http://tinnitextble.us/7fdee7b09b91e5d26e.jpg" /></a><br />
17<br />
18So <a href="http://tinnitextble.us/d32vyNTWmZ3Igo7IAsu6SnIl6ICP5890AgmyXG8iykGT5Zmhlw_e492" rel="sponsored" style="color:#FF0000; font-weight:bold;" target="blank">click here </a>to silence the aggravating noise in your ears forever...WITHOUT any expensive therapy...<br />
19<br />
20And without hearing aids, ear flushing, surgery or expensive medications...<br />
21<br />
22It&#39;s a new way to <a href="http://tinnitextble.us/d32vyNTWmZ3Igo7IAsu6SnIl6ICP5890AgmyXG8iykGT5Zmhlw_e492" rel="sponsored" style="font-weight:bold;" target="blank">permanently get rid of Tinnitus!</a></div>
23<br />
24<br />
25<br />
26<br />
27<br />
28<br />
29<br />
30<br />
31<br />
32<br />
33<a href="http://tinnitextble.us/FYZnAxVsRGEevrmyTf2eWuPrKZjpi5mBII-ztA0Dya7n4VofOw_e492" rel="sponsored" target="blank"><img src="http://tinnitextble.us/66c17ba0c62cf3fc45.jpg" /></a><br />
34<br />
35<br />
36<br />
37<br />
38<br />
39<span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:3px;width:600px;">ch large temperature variations have a destructive effect on the exposed rocky surfaces. The repeated fluctuations put a strain on exposed rock and the flanks of mountains crack and shatter. Fragmented strata slide down into the valleys where they continue to break into pieces due to the relentless sun by day and chill by night. Successive strata are exposed to further weathering. The relief of the internal pressure that has built up in rocks that have been underground for aeons can cause them to shatter. Exfoliation also occurs when the outer surfaces of rocks split off in flat flakes. This is believed to be caused by the stresses put on the rock by repeated thermal expansions and contractions which induces fracturing parallel to the original surface. Chemical weathering processes probably play a more important role in deserts than was previously thought. The necessary moisture may be present in the form of dew or mist. Ground w
40 ater may be drawn to the surface by evaporation and the formation of salt crystals may dislodge rock particles as sand or disintegrate rocks by exfoliation. Shallow caves are sometimes formed at the base of cliffs by this means. As the desert mountains decay, large areas of shattered rock and rubble occur. The process continues and the end products are either dust or sand. Dust is formed from solidified clay or volcanic deposits whereas sand results from the fragmentation of harder granites, limestone and sandstone. There is a certain critical size (about 0.5 mm) below which further temperature-induced weathering of rocks does not occur and this provides a minimum size for sand grains. As the mountains are eroded, more and more sand is created. At high wind speeds, sand grains are picked up off the surface and blown along, a process known as saltation. The whirling airborne grains act as a sand blasting mechanism which grinds away solid objects in its path as the kinetic energy of t
41 he wind is transferred to the ground. The sand eventually ends up deposited in level areas known as sand-fields or sand-seas, or piled up in dun</span><br />
42<br />
43<br />
44<br />
45<br />
46<b><a href="http://tinnitextble.us/Rakkc0xdsqs-N-vTEhw4JGjYnACJykdMh5hRQ6tKhbcDDKazkw_e492" rel="sponsored" target="blank"><img src="http://tinnitextble.us/f451b0caaf3ab062f0.jpg" /></a></b><br />
47<br />
48<br />
49<br />
50<br />
51<br />
52<br />
53<br />