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Conspiracy Theories
TimDate: Sunday, 31.03.2013, 21:51 | Message # 316
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That is actually disturbing xd
 
SpyroDate: Monday, 01.04.2013, 20:45 | Message # 317
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That is totally cropped and false, kinda interesting, however.
Another, completely unrelated conspiracy theory I have is this:
http://mojang.com/2013/04/its-finally-coming-minecraft-2-0/
Happy april fools day everyone! smile





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neutronium76Date: Sunday, 12.05.2013, 18:14 | Message # 318
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According to this video there is significant wind (and other) sounds during the descend of curiosity probe to Mars. But Mars's atmospheric pressure is approx. 1% of earths. So at this pressure level (and also from the fact that the wind sound comes from an altitude and not from the surface which means atm. pressure is even lower) there shouldn't be any audible sounds from the wind. How do you science gurus explain that?
I tell you how: The whole mission is a hoax biggrin . They didn't send curiosity to Mars! They just faked-landed it on a desert here on earth - probably somewhere in New Mexico or other Mars-look-like place - there are many on Earth!
For one more time they have been revealed!





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HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 12.05.2013, 18:16 | Message # 319
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neutronium76, please don't make the same post in two different places...




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neutronium76Date: Sunday, 12.05.2013, 18:17 | Message # 320
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And Harbinger Dawn please wait for me to correct this... dry

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SalvoDate: Sunday, 12.05.2013, 19:18 | Message # 321
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According to this video there is significant wind (and other) sounds during the descend of curiosity probe to Mars. But Mars's atmospheric pressure is approx. 1% of earths. So at this pressure level (and also from the fact that the wind sound comes from an altitude and not from the surface which means atm. pressure is even lower) there shouldn't be any audible sounds from the wind. How do you science gurus explain that?
I tell you how: The whole mission is a hoax biggrin . They didn't send curiosity to Mars! They just faked-landed it on a desert here on earth - probably somewhere in New Mexico or other Mars-look-like place - there are many on Earth!
For one more time they have been revealed!


If they made such a complicated hoax, i don't think they would forgot about this .-.





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LucasDate: Sunday, 12.05.2013, 20:52 | Message # 322
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8NNHmV3QPw

This one is an artwork. I love how the first ten minutes appear "normal" in comparison to what later comes.
 
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Sunday, 12.05.2013, 21:02 | Message # 323
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Spirit Science ugh....




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WatsisnameDate: Sunday, 12.05.2013, 21:28 | Message # 324
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So at this pressure level (and also from the fact that the wind sound comes from an altitude and not from the surface which means atm. pressure is even lower) there shouldn't be any audible sounds from the wind. How do you science gurus explain that?


Wow you're right! I guess that also means the craft doesn't need a heat shield for atmospheric entry. Or a parachute for that matter! Silly NASA. tongue







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DarkcloakDate: Monday, 13.05.2013, 03:51 | Message # 325
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Silly NASA.

Yeah! Silly NASA, Trix are for kids! Who needs parachutes? That's why astronauts have adamantium skeletons, duh. Yeah, actually, I've no idea what the topic was. I thought, "Huh, wonder what the last post was in 'Conspiracy Theories'?" And boy what a point to jump in!

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This one is an artwork. I love how the first ten minutes appear "normal" in comparison to what later comes.

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Spirit Science ugh....

Not all of the Spirit Science videos are quite that "omigawd-are-you-for-real-because-c'mon-seriously??" I've seen the ones dealing with out of body experiences, etc (but I'm biased, because I've been experimenting with that since I was eleven, which was long ago), and they're pretty neat. The art is cute. But, being the son of an anthropologist, I have lots of discussions about ancient aliens theory with my mom. It always comes back to, "The evidence we have is what we have. It has yet to be disproved. When it does, I'll be more inclined to believe ET has been here." Anyway, I'm always inclined to believe that Earth has been visited by intelligent extraterrestrials but, that they didn't have the influence some people think they may have. I believe the scenario may have been as follows:
An advanced civilization from another planet arrives on Earth. "We made it! Good thing, too. I was having this wicked hypersleep nightmare that involved a less advanced civilization thinking we were some kind of gods!"
The people of the time witness the arrival, and immediately proclaim their gods as having arrived.
Upon realizing this, the aliens' eyes go Aten-wide with awkward terror. "Um, well," say the aliens, "this isn't quite what we expected...for the most part. Come to think of it, we didn't know what to expect at all. Actually, we were just passing through. Thanks for the liquor and fun. We'll be on our way, now."
So, the aliens leave after a brief stint that probably involved a bit of cultural exchange (drinking, and lots of it, and NOT building any pyramids [do not point out the Bent Pyramid as an example of drunken alien influence; if you do, I'll cry]).
The people, their gods having abandoned them, go all sad-faced and emo-teared, and proceed to write the aliens into their histories.
Yeah. Something like that. Never mind the fact that the aliens I just haphazardly described probably seem more like runaway rebel teens who stole mom and dad's starship away for a joy ride, but it's whatever, yo. Point being, I think they were here. But, the civilizations around at the time of their arrival would have only been able to describe their experiences with these beings in the context of their own lives. Thus, what may have been gods may, in fact, have been some people from another planet out planet-hopping. Why they wouldn't come back here to hang out with we Earthlings again, that's another story. Maybe they're waiting until we level-up as a species. happy


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WatsisnameDate: Monday, 13.05.2013, 06:32 | Message # 326
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So, the aliens leave after a brief stint that probably involved a bit of cultural exchange (drinking, and lots of it, and NOT building any pyramids [do not point out the Bent Pyramid as an example of drunken alien influence; if you do, I'll cry]).


lol





 
DarkcloakDate: Monday, 13.05.2013, 19:29 | Message # 327
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lol Once, someone tried to make the case to me that the bent pyramid is an example of what happens when humans tried to replicate something that aliens had built. If they hadn't said it in seriousness, I could have been amused. But, no. They were serious. I didn't know what to do with that. I just sort of opened my mouth, shut it, and walked away. Stonehenge theories, anyone? Or, perhaps, the issue of pyramid structures popping up around the world in ancient civilizations? We'll be an ancient civilization at some point. We still build pyramids. Because, like the arch, they're so stable that they happen to last virtually forever.
 
pebbleDate: Monday, 13.05.2013, 21:26 | Message # 328
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Stonehenge theories, anyone?


Actually this site, The Forgotten Technology, is one of the coolest things I've ever seen. Some farmer in the US figured out how to make a Stonehenge arch by himself, using nothing more than simple wood implements. I especially liked his trick of walking multi-ton concrete slabs without wheels (or antigravity).

It's not the best-laid-out site in the world, but the videos and diagrams are pretty darned fascinating.

PS the "round road" thing is neat, too.


Edited by pebble - Monday, 13.05.2013, 21:31
 
DarkcloakDate: Tuesday, 14.05.2013, 22:39 | Message # 329
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It's not the best-laid-out site in the world, but the videos and diagrams are pretty darned fascinating.


Thanks! That's awesome! The fact that this dude did it by himself is incredible. It reminds me of the History Channel documentary I saw years ago, where they had a team try various ways of recreating a henge. Without aliens. happy
 
WatsisnameDate: Wednesday, 15.05.2013, 02:21 | Message # 330
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That was insanely cool. Genius, even! Thanks for sharing! cool




 
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