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Icke-Kia

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  1. Are all these enormous megalithic stones that are placed around the world constructed from limestone like the pyramids
  2. Wobble room you were using Nasha, strong's number 5377, instead of Nasa, number 5375. Were you trying to deceive or did you not research properly?
  3. Theres no H in NASA. https://www.biblestudytools.com/lexicons/hebrew/kjv/nasa.html
  4. The Dragon capsual is so named because when Musk told a friend what he was planning they sang the puff the magic dragon song, they didnt think it was possible. The engines that carry Dragon to orbit then to the ISS are Merlin. The Raptor engine followed the Merlin which followed the Kestrel, all birds that fly. Its called the Falcon (another bird) 9 because it has 9 Merlin engine's, the Saturn V had 5 F1 engine's. Nasa spelled נָשָׂא in Hebrew means he carried or he married (the latter when followed by the word for woman). Nasa' spelled נָסַע in Hebrew means he traveled. I speak Hebrew BTW.
  5. Hmm well I suppose its a matter of opinion. Explan this obsession with the lander having to be smaller.
  6. Would you clarify that statment for me plz. Being a member of the public myself as are my family and friends, infact everyone i know, do you consider us all dumb? Isnt that how the Illuminughty view the public? Im sure millions if not billions will know and will remember.
  7. I heard David say (somewhere to Brian Harvey i think) if its said publicly he would have them in court. You cant get much more public than putting it on YouTube. David always makes a big thing about no one ever suing him over his allegations (not true) and gives the impression this lack of legal action adds credibility to his claims.
  8. Hey Ziggy and Alexa ever here the one 'he who laughs last laughs longest' ?
  9. The first operational starship will dock with the Gateway and then be like a taxi taking people to the surface and back. Im sure there will be many mission's to the Moon and back before this. Unmanned Sarships will also land before humans. Passenger starships will retank in Earth orbit then on the Moon, thats why they chose methane as fuel. I think your missing the point, the ship is the lander there not separate like on Apollo. You sound suprised by all this but the Starship and Superheavy booster are being developed and tested now. The Raptor is 15% more efficient than an F1. Could i ask if its all about the money why did they choose the cheapest, the other contenders were half and three quarter's more expensive.
  10. No its not going to come back, the first Starship will ferry Astronauts and cargo to and from the Moon and Gateway. Eventually Starships will land on the Moon or Mars with 100 passengers plus cargo and return to Earth. Starship and Superheavy will be the biggest rocket ever made... You claim engines have not improved in efficiency much yet the Raptor engine has more than twice the thrust of SpaceX's Merlin engine that powers their current Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy launch vehicles.
  11. SpaceX's lunar lander will carry the next man and the first woman down to the lunar surface under the space agency's Artemis programme. The lander is based on SpaceX's Starship. https://techcrunch.com/2021/04/16/spacex-wins-nasa-contract-to-develop-human-landing-system-for-returning-to-the-moon/
  12. Antarctica flights theoretically possible but rarely done https://simpleflying.com/south-pole-flights/#:~:text=Antarctica flights theoretically possible but,airport they can land at. Which north pole do you mean?
  13. How many raptors have gone bang so far? How does SpaceX's launching of satellite's tie in with the new spac race?
  14. Understanding the basics is easy a kid could do it, getting them to work in a space program is the hard part.
  15. And yet Musk has spent millions of his own money developing a new engine (Raptor) which is being impoved on with each new batch. Rocketry is always moving forward and even with the best trained minds and massive budgets things still sometimes fail and people still loose their lives. More testing is whats needed if we want spacecraft to be like planes.
  16. Aircraft Engines are tested before and after fitting as are car engines and they've made a few of those. Formula one teams do massive amounts of testing but look at how many cars breakdown. Only 46 RS-25s have ever flown, a small amount by comparison. I dont think an 8 minute test of each new engine is over the top. Edit Are you claiming rocketry is easy?
  17. A bit dated but a good grounding in what Neuralink are doing
  18. Elon Musk has created a cyborg monkey capable of playing video games with its mind using brain-reading implants. The technology could someday be used to download memories into robots and help people with paralysis communicate with their thoughts, according to Musk.
  19. Oh well thats it, ex-NASA boss confirms Apollo hoax
  20. He has no flight proven hardware to fly to the Moon, that's one reason.
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