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2 hours ago, alexa said:

 

Yes I did wonder!🤔

 

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I guess It would have been mildly amusing had they been on a house, but jokes aside you really didnt know what all those satellite dishes on houses were for? 

 

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Space exist in movies only.      

You mean like these........WOW! Talk about the stone age      

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2 hours ago, alexa said:

Yes I

 

Yes I do😇

 

What are millions of dishes all aiming for? And also, what are these all trying to see:

 

Largest-radio-telescopes-in-the-world-1.

 

Maybe you have a funny Fools and Horses video to hide your fail on answering a question.

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1 minute ago, Doctor What said:

 

What are millions of dishes all aiming for? And also, what are these all trying to see:

 

Largest-radio-telescopes-in-the-world-1.

 

Maybe you have a funny Fools and Horses video to hide your fail on answering a question.

 

What is radio astronomy?

https://www.csiro.au/en/research/technology-space/astronomy-space/what-is-radio-astronomy

 

Radio astronomy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radio_astronomy

 

 

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4 minutes ago, alexa said:

 

Jesus's return 😇

 

They're actually listening, not trying to see in the traditonal sense of seeing. Well if we're talking about the SETI ones.

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If you can crack the secret hidden deep in the rainbow, then you know how deep the lies really were. Think big. Satan tried defiling the rainbow for this very reason. Unfortunately Hillary wasn't able to shatter the glass ceiling. We win because we won. Enjoy the show.#NCSWIC

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Elon Musk is a rich man. He's never been to the moon. Why?

 

Think NASA, CIA, and DISNEY. All connected.

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Some more of Tesla quotes -

 

This metal, it would seem, has an origin entirely different from that of the rest of the globe.
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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 this way of the internal heat of the globe.
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By realizing such a plan, we should be enabled to get at any point of the globe a continuous supply of energy, day and night
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The observation of this wonderful phenomenon impressed me strongly that communication at any distance could be easily effected by its means, provided that apparatus could be perfected capable of producing an electric or magnetic change of state, however small, in the terrestrial globe or environing medium.

 

5 hours ago, bradlaw said:

Elon Musk is a rich man. He's never been to the moon. Why?

 

It is very difficult for doing this.  

 

5 hours ago, bradlaw said:

Think NASA, CIA, and DISNEY. All connected.

 

I tried to do this and have only got two together:

 

Cars Toons: Mater’s Tall Tales - Moon Mater - Official Disney Junior UK HD - YouTube

 

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11 hours ago, Pre-Raphaelite said:

https://time.com/5628572/elon-musk-moon-landing/

 

"This time when we go we want to make sure it happens." 😉

 

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 exist if not for Apollo 11.

 

 

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heres a pic of mercury in the night sky. heres another

 

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i think we can all agree right now, logically, the solar system model is absolute bollox

 

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how is mercury being viewed at night, on earth?????

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, zArk said:

 

 

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heres a pic of mercury in the night sky. 

 

 

No, that is looks like Stellarium - it is a representation.

 

1 hour ago, zArk said:

heres another

 

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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 completed it’s “morning sky” orbit. If you’re having trouble, try using a telescope or binoculars to scan the west-northwestern horizon. Mercury will appear to be a bright “star” that has a slightly yellowish-orange tint.

Though this Thursday will be the best time to see Mercury, you’ll be able to check out our neighboring planet until around July 13th, when it’ll become too dim to see with the naked eye.

 

 

1 hour ago, zArk said:

i think we can all agree right now, logically, the solar system model is absolute bollox

 

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I can agree that you are talking bollox. Problem is not Mercury but is your failing to understand simple geometry.

 

1 hour ago, zArk said:

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You are realising of course that this picture is not at correct scale?

 

1 hour ago, zArk said:

 how is mercury being viewed at night, on earth?????

 

Five question marks demands proper answer. Sun has width of 1.4 million kilometres and is one half of one degree angular diameter. Mercury is 64 million kilometres of distance from the Sun. When Mercury is sideways on to our views it is 64 divided by 1.4 to give angular distance.

 

This is 45 degrees. It is very obvious now how it is able to be seen.

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On 3/31/2021 at 10:05 AM, Doctor What said:

Five question marks demands proper answer. Sun has width of 1.4 million kilometres and is one half of one degree angular diameter. Mercury is 64 million kilometres of distance from the Sun. When Mercury is sideways on to our views it is 64 divided by 1.4 to give angular distance.

 

This is 45 degrees. It is very obvious now how it is able to be seen.

 

so its only half seen because it too has a night side.

yet the image is of a full circle shining

really odd aint it

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On 3/31/2021 at 2:38 PM, zArk said:

 

 

how is mercury being viewed at night, on earth?????

 

 

Dr What's attempt to answer this is absolute gibberish!  

 

But mercury can be seen at night SOMETIMES ... Because it is so close to the sun , the angle between it and the sun never gets greater than 28 degrees (viewed from Earth)  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elongation_(astronomy)

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1 hour ago, oz93666 said:

 

Dr What's attempt to answer this is absolute gibberish!  

 

But mercury can be seen at night SOMETIMES ... Because it is so close to the sun , the angle between it and the sun never gets greater than 28 degrees (viewed from Earth)  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elongation_(astronomy)

I am sure there is a mathematical response due to the odd ecliptic orbit they assign to it. Apparently its distance to sun varies between 23 mil and 47 mil........

 

 

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6 hours ago, oz93666 said:

Dr What's attempt to answer this is absolute gibberish!  

 

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.

 

6 hours ago, oz93666 said:

But mercury can be seen at night SOMETIMES ... Because it is so close to the sun , the angle between it and the sun never gets greater than 28 degrees (viewed from Earth)  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elongation_(astronomy)

 

Thank heavens for wikipedia this time!  

 

 

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On 3/31/2021 at 7:52 AM, Doctor What said:

 

Wowie, a quote with wrong context - this is very impressive just as your two light sources with one shadow.

 

 

Er...wrong context in a video about the aim of travelling to ther moon??? You can lead a horse to water...

 

"This time when we go we want to make sure it happens."

 

Doubtless if any former astronaut stated that some of the photographs were not taken on the moon but in a studio for publicty purposes you would say he's lying.

 

The need to be right manifests as attempted dominance and a compulsion to inflict one's beliefs upon others. Sometimes this originates with fear, or it may be a deep-seated psychological issue. Either way, the pattern of needing to be right is a need for validation. But they fail to see the folly in trying to convert others to their world view and have difficulty in accepting opinions in stark contrast to their own. They cannot let them go.

 

Apollo may or may not have happened just as history has it, but some anomalies persist. Not the simply erased nonsense about "no stars" etc., but questions over photographs, batteries, film, camera, temperature and more. All of which are allegedly debunked by science (see CosmoQuest forum under Conspiracy Theories) and reasoning. And yet is it really so difficult for any nation to put the Apollo conspiracy to bed once and for all? It is questionable why, given photographic technology, no clear, unequivocal images or video exists of the Apollo landing sites.

 

Today when NASA put out videos of the ISS clearly showing men concealing harnesses and women with very obviously lacquered hair to keep it in place it is unsurprising that many call foul. Present deceit may suggest a history of same.

 

 

 

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