Miscellaneous NASA comedies

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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby lux on April 9th, 2013, 12:44 am

Today NASA announced that they will not be doing any manned missions to the moon.

Of course, we know precisely why -- they obviously blew it the last time they tried to fake it and another try would only make matters worse for them.

But, NASA's stated reason for no more manned moon missions?

"We can only do so many things."

We should all remember that brilliant answer in case we are ever asked any important questions like, "Why didn't you stop at that stop sign?," "Why didn't you keep up your alimony payments?," "Why didn't you pay your taxes?" and so on.

Just stand tall like NASA does and say, "Uh ... I can only do so many things, your honor."
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby Starbucked on April 9th, 2013, 4:49 am

Perhaps this needs to be in a section called Miscellaneous NASA Excuses.
What happened to the LEM blueprints?
NASA's poodle named 'Rover' ate them :rolleyes:
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby anonjedi2 on April 9th, 2013, 2:21 pm

Chris Hadfield is still tweeting around the clock. The man literally doesn't sleep, at least not for more than 2-3 hours at a time. This single fact should prove to the entire world that this is nothing but fiction. Anyhow, here's one of his latest tweets where he takes the time to record a demo of how they shave in space. Just another in the long list of completely useless information from NAZA asstronots.


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94-puZit3DA
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby Starbucked on April 10th, 2013, 7:53 am

This is part of the junk diet that we are told they primarily eat in orbit, along with other freeze dried, dehydrated stuff.


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZx0RIV0wss

I imagine what would happen after 6 months to a year of eating this crap on Earth. I for one would get fat and sick.
Chris Hathead even let us know, in a tutorial on brushing teeth, that he swallows the toothpaste (standard Colgate like stuff we gravity bound use ) after brushing! Eating a little soap and chemical detergents can't hurt after a peanut butter and honey tortilla!

But the Asstrotainers always look like they are in prime health.
Probably because off camera they are eating fresh fish and produce prepared by a chef.
Bon appetit.
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby lux on April 10th, 2013, 2:41 pm

Neil deGrasse Tyson tells us why funding NASA programs will fix all our problems ...


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlGemHL5vLY

Neil deGrasse Tyson is an American astrophysicist and "science communicator."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neil_deGrasse_Tyson
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby anonjedi2 on April 10th, 2013, 11:38 pm

Ahh yes. Neil "the ass" Tyson is one of these guys that Gen Xers love because he's "hip", has a sense of humor and an uncanny ability to connect in ways that other scientists can't. Here he is on Joe Rogan's podcast. I like Joe Rogan, who has questioned the moon landings in the past but seems to have recently crossed back onto the wrong side of the fence. His skepticism is admirable, but I don't think he's well versed enough or has seen enough of the evidence of the type displayed on this website. If he had more research under his belt, I really think he could have taken it to Tyson in a much more educated way. Tyson attempts to veil his contempt for anyone who disagrees with the Apollo fairy tales, but for the discerning viewers, we can see right through it. His use of the term "conspiracy theory" is pathetic and transparent and his arguments are silly (it would be harder to fake it than to actually go to the moon :rolleyes: ). It's obvious that he relies on his credentials, and nothing else. It's a shame that Rogan rolls over for him. I won't bother to comment any further, view for yourselves. The moon discussion starts around 10 minutes.

One of the better quotes from him: "I teach people how to think about information."


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8smtYxVrno
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby lux on April 11th, 2013, 1:17 am

anonjedi2 wrote:...His use of the term "conspiracy theory" is pathetic and transparent and his arguments are silly (it would be harder to fake it than to actually go to the moon :rolleyes: .


Tyson's idiot "logic" almost equals this recently published moronic piece which offers the "brilliant" argument that "...even if someone wanted to fake it, nobody couldn’t [sic] have been able to do it. There was absolutely no way to fake it at the time. Even the cameras needed to fake it didn’t exist back then."

I guess neither of these geniuses have ever seen Kubric's "2001: A Space Odyssey" which skillfully depicts men landing and walking on the moon and a host of other space scenarios and which was released before Apollo 11 and, in fact, began filming 4 years prior.
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby simonshack on April 11th, 2013, 2:23 pm

lux wrote:
I guess neither of these geniuses have ever seen Kubric's "2001: A Space Odyssey" which skillfully depicts men landing and walking on the moon and a host of other space scenarios and which was released before Apollo 11 and, in fact, began filming 4 years prior.

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"A TRIP TO THE MOON"

by Georges Méliès (1902) <_<


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JDaOOw0MEE
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby lux on April 11th, 2013, 2:53 pm

^ Remarkably similar fairy tales. :lol:
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby DeeJay on April 11th, 2013, 3:47 pm

simonshack wrote:
lux wrote:
I guess neither of these geniuses have ever seen Kubric's "2001: A Space Odyssey" which skillfully depicts men landing and walking on the moon and a host of other space scenarios and which was released before Apollo 11 and, in fact, began filming 4 years prior.

*


"A TRIP TO THE MOON"

by Georges Méliès (1902) <_<


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JDaOOw0MEE

*****
Never saw this before, thank you very much!
I do like the fact that people were interested at that time in exploring the moon. They had blackboards (!) and circus-type human cannon balls to eject a pretty modern capsule off to space. Nice that they all put on their "Sunday" best for the trip!
When they get there, there are no stars. Earth seems to go up in flames and then you see Stars of David representing them, I assume.
The Moon is inhabited by nasty natives and they flee to their indestructible capsule to get back to earth, where they land in the ocean and are towed back home. Amazing how similar today's trips are (without hostile inhabitants). It would be nice if Jules Verne were alive today to give us some comments...
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby lux on April 11th, 2013, 3:52 pm

I'm told the planet Saturn has great occult significance and much info about this is available via search engines.

NASA tells us they have a space craft in orbit around Saturn called the Cassini probe and lots of info can also be found about this via searches too.

Of course, NASA would never say or imply that Saturn has any occult significance because that wouldn't be scientific. However they do tell us that the north pole of Saturn is covered by a highly unusual hexagram thing ...

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturn%27s_hexagon


... and the south pole is covered with an enormous eye ...

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http://news.cnet.com/2300-11397_3-6134360.html


... but I'm sure that this is all just a coincidence and has nothing to do with any occult beliefs on NASA's part. <_<
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby Sisterlover on April 12th, 2013, 5:58 am

The latter Saturn shot appears more pornographic than scientific, but NASA has always had a knack for the sexy. I thought I'd heard it all when I heard about the Saturn (Death) Cults, but the weird Orion/Egyptian/Vatican connection really takes the space-cake. I found this guy's (Danny Wilton) site pretty interesting; lots of anecdotal connections between famous/traditional art and the nebula. Some are easier to dismiss than others. Connections are drawn between the origins of life and the origins of stars, etc. so it can sound a bit flaky, but not entirely without merit.

http://www.orioninthevatican.com/
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby Sisterlover on April 12th, 2013, 6:18 am

lux wrote:
anonjedi2 wrote:...His use of the term "conspiracy theory" is pathetic and transparent and his arguments are silly (it would be harder to fake it than to actually go to the moon :rolleyes: .


Tyson's idiot "logic" almost equals this recently published moronic piece which offers the "brilliant" argument that "...even if someone wanted to fake it, nobody couldn’t [sic] have been able to do it. There was absolutely no way to fake it at the time. Even the cameras needed to fake it didn’t exist back then."

I guess neither of these geniuses have ever seen Kubric's "2001: A Space Odyssey" which skillfully depicts men landing and walking on the moon and a host of other space scenarios and which was released before Apollo 11 and, in fact, began filming 4 years prior.


It's thought that '2001' greased the wheels for the public spectacle of the moon landing. It was the most hi-tech version of space anyone had witnessed onscreen, so it became, in a way, the scaffold for what people would accept when, four years later, we 'walked on the moon'. I think it's fairly certain that Kubrick was behind the fake footage, as evidenced by the many hints dropped in his later films, which, btw, are freaking awesome movies.
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby anonjedi2 on April 18th, 2013, 11:14 pm

Three Super-Earth-Size Planets Found in 'Habitable Zone'

So NASA is now claiming to have suddenly found 3 separate planets, approximately the size of earth in a 'Habitable Zone' ...

NASA's Kepler mission has discovered two new planetary systems that include three super-Earth-size planets in the "habitable zone," the range of distance from a star where the surface temperature of an orbiting planet might be suitable for liquid water.


http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 ... 142948.htm
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Re: Miscellaneous NASA comedies

Postby JLapage on May 16th, 2013, 8:11 pm

The future of NASA's planet-hunting Kepler space observatory was in question Wednesday after a part that helps aim the spacecraft stopped working, the U.S. space agency said.

Controllers found Tuesday that Kepler had gone into a "safe mode" and one of the reaction wheels needed to orient the spacecraft would not spin, Associate NASA Administrator John Grunsfeld told reporters. NASA engineers are trying to figure out whether they can get the balky part back into service or whether they can resume control by another method, Grunsfeld said.

"We're not ready to call the mission over," he said. But at roughly 40 million miles from Earth, "Kepler is not in a place where I can go up and rescue it."
Source:http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/15/us/nasa-kepler/index.html

Like if it were in earth's orbit they would have sent the ISS's asstronots to the rescue. How lucky for NASA that thing was sent on just a prayer and it has functioned until now? My PC crashes almost daily and I have to manually restart it.

Now where is some proof of what Kepler has found? Tadaa! artists illustrations:
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And there's more where that came from : http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/15/us/nasa-kepler/index.html

No real photos? I shouldn't press my luck otherwise we would be shown some fauxtos.

The $600 million mission was designed to operate for three and a half to six years. Even if controllers are unable to return it to service, NASA said the mission has produced enough data to keep scientists busy for up to two years.

"Another four years would have been frosting on the cake, but we have a nice cake now," said William Borucki, the project's principal scientist.
Source:http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/15/us/nasa-kepler/index.html


How lucky a $600,000,000.00 cake! Where do you get a job like that? The requirements of the job: Show some artists' illustrations or when pressed further show some fauxtos and some cgi production. Talk about having your cake and eating it too. YooHoo!
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