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How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 12:08 am
by LordNibbler
How is NASA about controlling people with lies? Can you point out some examples of this please?

How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 12:13 am
by annie27
LordNibbler wrote:How is NASA about controlling people with lies? Can you point out some examples of this please?


You come across to me as a very bright person smart and funny ...but if you really want ME to tell you what is going on then you need to get out with the lads and have a drink mate .....its not my job to tell you how it is or where to look ...its about how your gut feels and how the world is doing .... :squeeze:

but read this right through .....go on what have you got to lose its interesting at least
http://www.philipcoppens.com/moonwars.html

How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Thu Dec 30, 2010 3:52 am
by Channel Hopper
Even in 1964, the Czech's believed that getting to the nearest star was risky.

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How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 2:04 am
by LordNibbler
annie27 wrote: You come across to me as a very bright person smart and funny


I cannot argue with that of course, thank you! :)

...but if you really want ME to tell you what is going on then you need to get out with the lads and have a drink mate .....its not my job to tell you how it is or where to look ...its about how your gut feels and how the world is doing .... :squeeze:


Problem with pub talk is it only benefits the person talking who gets to have a good rant whilst everyone else is half-anaethatised and doesn't mind it. Anyway, I don't think you should go by gut reation or science alone, no reason why you can't use both as methods of deduction. I had doubts on Apollo - and it scared me actually - but the more I started to read about it, the more I realised that the level of detail, the techniques used, the film/photo evidence available and so on all said "yes, this event really did happen". And don't forget that Apollo was really the extension of both Mercury and Gemini programs so you've got all the evidence from those missions as well.

About that Grissom murder stuff - I promise you from the bottom of my heart that it is total rubbish. The basic premise of the story is totally unsound before you even get into the details. None of it stands up to any form of scrutiny.

but read this right through .....go on what have you got to lose its interesting at least
http://www.philipcoppens.com/moonwars.html


I started reading it but then to be honest, gave up on it when the author kept using the technique of dismissing false claims already proven to be false and redressing them with different wording to make it sound like he has new evidence. Just a re-hash of well tried material that hasn't passed simple scrutiny I'm afraid. There will always be people willing to flog a dead horse for their moment of internet fame so those sort of articles probably come round with regular monotony.

How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 2:10 am
by annie27
So man went to the moon ,end of OK no probs with me if it makes you happy ;) :D

Irrelevant of whether we went to the Moon or not, whether there are aliens out there or not, in the final analysis, it is a fact that the Moon missions were a new veneer for America’s ego. NASA made sure that the United States would get a level of street cred it continues to exert over other nations. Whether that was for purely earthly, or extra-terrestrial reasons – however unlikely the latter are – is really not that important. In the “Moon Race”, the biggest winner was America’s ego and its military-industrial complex. It is not expressed in a human footprint on the Moon, but in a bank statement. :clap:

;)

How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 2:31 am
by Channel Hopper
annie27 wrote: whether there are aliens out there or not,



Statistically, and only using the physics proven on Earth, the chances of aliens existing is growing at around 0.25% each year thanks to the discovery of extrasolar planetary systems with organic chemical fingerprints in this neighbourhood.

http://www.solstation.com/stars2/hd189733.htm

How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 2:37 am
by smeggypants
Channel Hopper wrote:
annie27 wrote: whether there are aliens out there or not,



Statistically, and only using the physics proven on Earth, the chances of aliens existing is growing at around 0.25% each year thanks to the discovery of extrasolar planetary systems with organic chemical fingerprints in this neighbourhood.

http://www.solstation.com/stars2/hd189733.htm


The chances of aliens existing was always close to 100% IMO. The fact that earth and it's life exists and that there's trillions and trillions of solar systems out there makes the existence of other lifeforms pretty much a given.

How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 2:41 am
by smeggypants
annie27 wrote:So man went to the moon ,end of OK no probs with me if it makes you happy ;) :D

Irrelevant of whether we went to the Moon or not, whether there are aliens out there or not, in the final analysis, it is a fact that the Moon missions were a new veneer for America’s ego. NASA made sure that the United States would get a level of street cred it continues to exert over other nations. Whether that was for purely earthly, or extra-terrestrial reasons – however unlikely the latter are – is really not that important. In the “Moon Race”, the biggest winner was America’s ego and its military-industrial complex. It is not expressed in a human footprint on the Moon, but in a bank statement. :clap:

;)


I wouldn't argue with the political reasons for going to the moon, but the issue of whether it actually happened or not does not rest upon this political issue. Not everything which has political value is fabricated or a false flag. Often real events are hijacked for political value.

How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 2:55 am
by annie27
smeggypants wrote:
annie27 wrote:So man went to the moon ,end of OK no probs with me if it makes you happy ;) :D

Irrelevant of whether we went to the Moon or not, whether there are aliens out there or not, in the final analysis, it is a fact that the Moon missions were a new veneer for America’s ego. NASA made sure that the United States would get a level of street cred it continues to exert over other nations. Whether that was for purely earthly, or extra-terrestrial reasons – however unlikely the latter are – is really not that important. In the “Moon Race”, the biggest winner was America’s ego and its military-industrial complex. It is not expressed in a human footprint on the Moon, but in a bank statement. :clap:

;)


I wouldn't argue with the political reasons for going to the moon, but the issue of whether it actually happened or not does not rest upon this political issue. Not everything which has political value is fabricated or a false flag. Often real events are hijacked for political value.


everything is worth debate ...but not insults or sniggers ..and that is very important.

How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 2:57 am
by smeggypants
annie27 wrote:
smeggypants wrote:
annie27 wrote:So man went to the moon ,end of OK no probs with me if it makes you happy ;) :D

Irrelevant of whether we went to the Moon or not, whether there are aliens out there or not, in the final analysis, it is a fact that the Moon missions were a new veneer for America’s ego. NASA made sure that the United States would get a level of street cred it continues to exert over other nations. Whether that was for purely earthly, or extra-terrestrial reasons – however unlikely the latter are – is really not that important. In the “Moon Race”, the biggest winner was America’s ego and its military-industrial complex. It is not expressed in a human footprint on the Moon, but in a bank statement. :clap:

;)


I wouldn't argue with the political reasons for going to the moon, but the issue of whether it actually happened or not does not rest upon this political issue. Not everything which has political value is fabricated or a false flag. Often real events are hijacked for political value.


everything is worth debate ...but not insults or sniggers ..and that is very important.


You can throw out insults like the rest of them annie. :)

How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 3:07 am
by Channel Hopper
smeggypants wrote:The chances of aliens existing was always close to 100% IMO. The fact that earth and it's life exists and that there's trillions and trillions of solar systems out there makes the existence of other lifeforms pretty much a given.


Yes, but that is speculation based on the sheer improbablility life elsewhere was impossible. This has changed considerably in the past ten or so years, in no small part to NASA.

How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 3:13 am
by annie27
smeggypants wrote:
annie27 wrote:
smeggypants wrote:
annie27 wrote:So man went to the moon ,end of OK no probs with me if it makes you happy ;) :D

Irrelevant of whether we went to the Moon or not, whether there are aliens out there or not, in the final analysis, it is a fact that the Moon missions were a new veneer for America’s ego. NASA made sure that the United States would get a level of street cred it continues to exert over other nations. Whether that was for purely earthly, or extra-terrestrial reasons – however unlikely the latter are – is really not that important. In the “Moon Race”, the biggest winner was America’s ego and its military-industrial complex. It is not expressed in a human footprint on the Moon, but in a bank statement. :clap:

;)


I wouldn't argue with the political reasons for going to the moon, but the issue of whether it actually happened or not does not rest upon this political issue. Not everything which has political value is fabricated or a false flag. Often real events are hijacked for political value.


everything is worth debate ...but not insults or sniggers ..and that is very important.


You can throw out insults like the rest of them annie. :)


yes but its about the chips on the shoulders not about biggining my self up it never was it never will be . but if I got info from another member of smeggys I would say it out loud unlike some ;) who post and steal credit ...that bothers me big time ;)

How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 3:16 am
by smeggypants
Channel Hopper wrote:
smeggypants wrote:The chances of aliens existing was always close to 100% IMO. The fact that earth and it's life exists and that there's trillions and trillions of solar systems out there makes the existence of other lifeforms pretty much a given.


Yes, but that is speculation based on the sheer improbablility life elsewhere was impossible. This has changed considerably in the past ten or so years, in no small part to NASA.


Indeed. The chances of finding alien life has increased considerably, and yes NASA has played a huge part.

I am still pissed off that the US spends $700billion of it's peoples wealth on killing people every year yet only spends $20billion on NASA.

We could have been on Mars decades ago and found alien life had it not been for religious and secular political ideologies based upon racial supremecy running the show.

How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 3:20 am
by annie27
smeggypants wrote:
Channel Hopper wrote:
smeggypants wrote:The chances of aliens existing was always close to 100% IMO. The fact that earth and it's life exists and that there's trillions and trillions of solar systems out there makes the existence of other lifeforms pretty much a given.


Yes, but that is speculation based on the sheer improbablility life elsewhere was impossible. This has changed considerably in the past ten or so years, in no small part to NASA.


Indeed. The chances of finding alien life has increased considerably, and yes NASA has played a huge part.

I am still pissed off that the US spends $700billion of it's peoples wealth on killing people every year yet only spends $20billion on NASA.

We could have been on Mars decades ago and found alien life had it not been for religious and secular political ideologies based upon racial supremecy running the show.


Oh fuck off about religion smeggy what aload of shite ....they might use it to make troops kill but "THEY" have NO religion and never did . :roll:

How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 4:10 am
by smeggypants
why not try and read properly before putting your mouth into gear ...

"religious and secular political ideologies based upon racial supremecy running the show"

How NASA films a space shuttle launch

PostPosted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 2:42 pm
by LordNibbler
I've got to agree that ET is out there 100% but could be the otherside of the universe and out of reach for ever. Life and everything about this planet is mind-blowingly amazing, almost difficult to accept that we are real at times but given the incredible scale of the universe, there has to be life elsewhere. Doesn't have to be advanced or intelligent (like us!) but microbial or like those amazing deep sea creatures, something completely different and shaped by the environment they live in.

Given that there are probably 9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999.9 star systems out there (give or take a few), who is going to bet against one having a planet with some form of life on it?