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  1. I actually feel pretty handcuffed on what I can even say here, but it would be great if this could somehow get to David. @GarethIcke?
  2. I chalk this whole thing up to indoctrination and blind faith. I mean considering there is not one replicable experiment that can be done that shows water curving around a ball or sticking to outside of any spinning shape for that matter, what is left? Logical fallacies? See if this helps: Partnerships Implementing Engineering Education Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Worcester Public Schools Supported by: National Science Found Changing shape of water Grade Level 1 Sessions Session I: Use different containers to show water takes on the sha
  3. They have already moved on to dishonest memes. Take the win, lol.
  4. ***When all they have is purposeful deception, it's time to ask why. Real eyes -----------Realize ------------------- Real Lies
  5. It looks like the balloon blows and that's why we see the apparent free fall.
  6. ...the fool on the hill Sees the sun going down And the eyes in his head See the world spinning 'round...
  7. Look up "replicable." And see the post you literally just quoted. I literally just described the method, as this must be done so those who follow can, in fact, have a chance to either replicate or not replicate the results. Keep in mind, the results will be the raw footage timestamped side-by-side. I hate giving ammo to nasa trolls, but I have issues both with Eric and also his idiot mod who goes by shpankme (or something close). Eric was the guy who gave us the Zetetics and all of their work, but how the hell did he even learn of it? And
  8. Hi, Theo, it's been too long, lol. This is for observational purposes that can then be replicated. That is all.
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