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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:33 pm

Posted by oli on 07/16/2015

great question!

sheeple just believe everything that comes out of the box!
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:33 pm

Posted by tanynexus on 07/16/2015

Thing is even if it was asked, all these hoaxers would do is cgi some crap together and say here ya go!
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:33 pm

Posted by pandoraglobe on 07/18/2015

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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:34 pm

Posted by ziming on 07/18/2015

"NASA's Historic Three-Billion-Mile Journey to Pluto"

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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:34 pm

Posted by csp on 07/18/2015

Jul 18, 2015 11:37:05 GMT Sircannonball said:
600 Gigabits of data of Pluto to come.

Strap yourselves in boys and girls, this ones going to be a rough ride!
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:34 pm

Posted by ziming on 07/19/2015

You know before I got into researching the flat earth it amazed me how crazy people were into space related stuff. From popular forms of entertainment like Star Wars movies, to TV shows like Star Trek, Battle Star Galactica, the list goes on and on. It's all a well organized conglomerated effort to keep you out of touch from reality, to make sure you continue to fantasize and believe what NASA tells you.
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:35 pm

Posted by gnosticwarrior on 07/19/2015

I LMAO-ed so hard when the Pluto the dog silhouette was featured on the latest CG-LIE shot of "Pluto". This thread is friggin' awesome.
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:35 pm

Posted by csp on 07/20/2015

Hey guys, I think we might be wrong and maybe NASA did send a probe to Pluto, this latest stuff from news.com.au is really convincing:
bit.ly 1CQOxJL

(yes, this post is satirical)
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:35 pm

Posted by Lifeone on 07/20/2015

Stephen Colbert and Neil DeGrasse Tyson discuss Pluto......notice the eye in the circle right behind Neil.......its almost seems like they are making fun of the public by how bold they are with all this NASA stuff.

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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:36 pm

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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:36 pm

Posted by Admin on 07/21/2015

Haha, only the first 10 seconds and last 10 seconds are actually the Sun. The rest is terrible CGI.
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:37 pm

Posted by Admin on 07/21/2015









They're really just having a laugh at this point bruv. And btw NASA, you ain't my bruv, bruv.
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:37 pm

Posted by gnosticwarrior on 07/21/2015

Jul 20, 2015 2:19:08 GMT Lifeone said:
Stephen Colbert and Neil DeGrasse Tyson discuss Pluto......notice the eye in the circle right behind Neil.......its almost seems like they are making fun of the public by how bold they are with all this NASA stuff.

Does Tyson remain "meh" regarding Pluto so as to add a possible layer of seeming-legitimacy to his role as a scientist? He's very skeptical of the fact that Pluto should be a planet, which would make one believe he's genuine, but that's more than likely "a work" to make him appear balanced.

Also, you have to love how NASA can get all the "photos" of other "planets", but it's taken them this long to come up with one for Pluto. Perhaps that's part of it; the length of time that's passed adds to the illusion that they're really "out there" exploring "space"?

There is so much wrong in that above video, I don't even know where to start. The eye is a dead giveaway for me.
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:37 pm

Posted by seven1 on 07/21/2015

Supposedly an 11 year old girl is responsible for the naming of Pluto in 1930. 

Is it a stretch to think that that the freemasons at NASA are showing us the "underworld"?  Can they have such a big event without throwing a little symbology in for good measure?

Pluto/Hades is the god of the underworld.

Pluto's Moons:

Charon - Ferryman of the underworld.

Nix/Nyx - Goddess is the personification of night, found in the shadows of the world, also mother of Charon.

Hydra - The many headed serpent like creature guards the entrance to the underworld.

Kerberos/Cerberus - 3 headed hound prevents escape from the underworld.

Styx - The boundary of the underworld.
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:38 pm

Posted by sargentsucks on 07/21/2015

Jul 20, 2015 16:24:42 GMT gnosticwarrior said:

Does Tyson remain "meh" regarding Pluto so as to add a possible layer of seeming-legitimacy to his role as a scientist? He's very skeptical of the fact that Pluto should be a planet, which would make one believe he's genuine, but that's more than likely "a work" to make him appear balanced.

Also, you have to love how NASA can get all the "photos" of other "planets", but it's taken them this long to come up with one for Pluto. Perhaps that's part of it; the length of time that's passed adds to the illusion that they're really "out there" exploring "space"?

There is so much wrong in that above video, I don't even know where to start. The eye is a dead giveaway for me.

How about the part in the middle where NGT is talking about seeing something for the first and Colbert chimes in saying "no ones ever seen a newborn baby chick" before, then they proceed to laugh nervously. WTF is he talking about, well then NGT has a "shutup stupid" look on his face. Now that I look at it it's possible they took one of Math's cut outs and used a baby chick then cropped a Pluto the dog silouhette in and voila!
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:39 pm

Posted by csp on 07/21/2015

Good observations all! NGT isn't the smoothest, especially when he's in a debate, he can barely fumble words out!

Here's another beauty I found posted on reddit:
www.reddit.com/r/EarthPorn/comments/3dyxd4/first_image_from_the_deep_space_climate/

First image from the Deep Space Climate Observatory Satellite (DSCOVR) 1 million miles from Earth at Lagrange point 1 - NASA [2048x2048]

I don't know what's funnier, the image or how many people in the comments believe it.
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:39 pm

Posted by gnosticwarrior on 07/21/2015

^That one's right up there with this massive anniversary picture of Buzz on the moon on FB (saw yesterday), with tons of people liking, sharing, commenting, telling of memories...and not a single person mentioning how there's two light sources sending shadows in two different directions, lol. I'll have to find it and get a screen shot.
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:40 pm

Posted by gnosticwarrior on 07/22/2015

Here's that image I was talking about in my post yesterday:



Look at those shadows!   

It's very, very hard to take shit seriously when THAT many people can like, comment, and share something like this without catching that...
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:40 pm

Posted by paranoidgramdroid on 07/23/2015

This is a picture I found just after I started to research the flat earth. It is allegedly taken from the ISS.



Yep, there's the curve of the earth! But it flattens out near the station. So the earth is oblong now? The entire photo screams bullshit at me. Even the sun looks like a photoshop effect.

Edit: With reference to the new 'photo of earth'. Didn't that Neil Tyson bloke say that the earth is actually an oblate spheroid? And wider in the south? But we are presented with another perfect sphere!
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:41 pm

Posted by thinkforyourself on 07/23/2015

Yes, this image is patently absurd and pathetic, and an obvious fake. They get the curve affect through the use of a fish-eye lens.
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:41 pm

Posted by ziming on 07/24/2015

I signed onto my computer just now to Yahoo's home page and this is the first thing I see.



I couldn't stop laughing! I had to take a screen capture and share it here. LMAO!
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:41 pm

Posted by cropirate on 07/24/2015

Jul 23, 2015 18:36:14 GMT ziming said:
I signed onto my computer just now to Yahoo's home page and this is the first thing I see.



I couldn't stop laughing! I had to take a screen capture and share it here. LMAO!

Yes, Kepler 452b.
Kepler = laws of planetary motion,
4+5+2=11 first master-number, the one who want to rise above God /Lucifer tribute and rebellion against God
b= second number, personification of the Many, Moving and Evil, duality/discord
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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:42 pm

Posted by jodobaggins on 07/24/2015




LOL...did they make the Kepler craft out of a can of peas?

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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:42 pm

Posted by jodobaggins on 07/24/2015

One of these things is not like the other:






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Re: NASA Fail Compilation

Post by lizardking on Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:42 pm

Posted by on 07/24/2015

Ok, found this 2008 upload on YouTube of the space shuttle Discovery landing:



I thought that space shuttles "glide" in for landings.  Sure sounds to me like jet engines flying by and then winding down on touch down.  Can someone explain?
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