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  1. Your appealing to incredulity and failure to reply properly is so telling. It is good indication of responses to be received about idiotic videos claiming wires. Pathetic ad hominem. I have not any NASA innocence, I am not afflicted with all junk that you immerse yourself with. If you post any video I will have seen it already - it is all copy paste between youtube kooks. But I will watch it and answer for sure. problems are you have already shown you are not a reasonable person - you are afraid to be wrong. This is a crock of shit. The fabrics
  2. Of course there are no harnesses and wires. I think people who think ISS is faked are very clueless. You are not even aware of this crazy circular logic. Oh yes you do. To whom is this for, because you are not ignoring me. A truly dumb statement of course. No, folds in folded shirts, like when taken from new packaging after buying, In weightless there is not gravity to pull down and stretch fabrics. It's strange how useless youtube videos make you their servant and simple explanations pass over your head. Perhaps if
  3. Yes, this correct. What you are forgetting is diffusion from atmosphere making pin point looking circular. Summary of your claim is because your eye sees a dot it must be a circle dot. That is just silly. zoom of stellarium shows it properly. Have you a problem admitting errors? The referencing for binoculars and telescope is assuming you zoom in just like with the binoculars and telescope. It is very obvious.
  4. Thanks to you for sharing such insightful observation. Stellarium shows only the generics layout for overall sky. If you go into zoom mode, it shows up the phases - I have found a video for showing this at 4 minutes: Daytime astronomy: imaging Mercury and Venus - YouTube
  5. Of course there aren't and no doubt also that you turn a blind eye to any simple explanation and refutes! You really have not a clue about this do you ? Girls put hair gel to stop their hair trailing in the eyes. Four minutes 20 seconds shows what happens with hair smacking in to her face: What weightlessness feels like on Zero-G planes - YouTube You believe the words of fools on youtube and ignore the words of people who show this. Some issues arise with pointy clothes caused by folds, no ironing board and t-shirts worn straight from fol
  6. This is a joke right? Your base for your claim is a software print - it is ridiculous.
  7. No, please don't play games, do me a favour and post any image of Mercury please to support your post. I challenge you to do this.
  8. Yes, you deliberately choose context to make it sound like they doubt first missions. Context proven wrong by many references saying this was not the case. You are so typical of conspiracy claimer, it becomes this search for plays on words rather than provide clear evidence. And don't be such a horse's rearend, when you yourself have been led to water with good explanations for your rubbish and choosing not to accept such obvious replies! And of course the crazy continues. There isn't any videos with this obvious harness and hair gel for stopping hair going i
  9. I laugh at the man who says this after he posts such honk about Klingons and Hitler. It is accurate except one thing, Of course I made daft mistake and people are allowed to make mistakes yes? The part for dividing 64 with 1.4 is of course wrong because angular distance is not linear. Better would be to put distance to the Sun and work out with right angled triangle. Thank heavens for wikipedia this time!
  10. With all people of bad understanding, never will they admit their errors.
  11. No, that is looks like Stellarium - it is a representation. This Week, Catch a Rare Glimpse of Mercury in the Night Sky | Gearfuse Starting 6/30 (Thursday) you can actually see the planet Mercury with the naked eye. This coming week is the best time to check out the elusive Mercury, since most nights it’s extremely difficult to see. Spotting Mercury will take a bit of looking, however. The best way to catch a glimpse of the planet is to spot the two stars nearby, Castor and Pollux. Mercury should appear on the horizon right after sunset, since it’s just complete
  12. Wowie, a quote with wrong context - this is very impressive just as your two light sources with one shadow. Also from video: "2024 Return to the Moon" "We're trying very hard to do something we did 50 years ago". From page: Elon Musk: I think Apollo 11 was one of the most inspiring things in all of human history. Arguably the most inspiring thing. And one of the most universally good things in history. The level of inspiration that provided to the people of Earth was incredible. And it certainly inspired me. I’m not sure SpaceX would
  13. Some more of Tesla quotes - This metal, it would seem, has an origin entirely different from that of the rest of the globe. .... It is a well-known fact that the interior portions of the globe are very hot, the temperature rising, as observations show, with the approach to the center at the rate of approximately 1 degree C. for every hundred feet of depth. The difficulties of sinking shafts and placing boilers at depths of, say, twelve thousand feet, corresponding to an increase in temperature of about 120 degrees C., are not insuperable, and we could certainly avail ourselves in
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