kervik wrote:I just don't see how ALL of this can be fake. Surely the ISS is real.
kervik wrote:How can you even expect for anyone to gain interest in these theories to find new* solutions if you push everyone away that has any new or reasonable information?
kervik wrote:So their really going to go through with a full on Mars hoax?!
I thought they'd just stick to fake rovers until they came through with a breakthrough.
kervik wrote:1. I've looked over quite a few of the posts on this forum, but I still don't believe that the ISS is completely fake. There was another quote I saw written somewhere on the forum that said if we, hoax theorists, cry wolf at every turn than most people will believe that we are just a bunch of flat earth believing yahoos.
3. ... First off I joined this site, because I thought it was open to new ideas on the space skeptics subject.
totalrecall wrote:Good post on ringers.
By ringer in industry, do you mean put someone you control in an area of academia to claim prizes and patents on something you have already discovered?
I definitely think there are academics who are just the presentation for the public, such as Einstein or Hawking. I reckon Einstein was just a pure front for the people behind him and Hawking may even be just a vegetable. Does he lecture?
totalrecall wrote:I definitely think there are academics who are just the presentation for the public, such as Einstein or Hawking. I reckon Einstein was just a pure front for the people behind him and Hawking may even be just a vegetable.
Our only chance of long-term survival is not to remain lurking on planet Earth, but to spread out into space [...] I'm an optimist. We will reach out to the stars.
If aliens ever visit us, I think the outcome would be much as when Christopher Columbus first landed in America, which didn't turn out very well for the Native Americans.
I imagine [aliens] might exist in massive ships, having used up all the resources from their home planet. Such advanced aliens would perhaps become nomads, looking to conquer and colonize whatever planets they can reach.
Although September 11 was horrible, it didn't threaten the survival of the human race, like nuclear weapons do.
Real or crap? - that's the question.
Lazlo wrote:Re: Rudy AlgeraReal or crap? - that's the question.
Some friends of mine are traveling and they may need 4g Wireless. These people are total newbies to tech and I anticipated that they would get stuck out of wi-fi range which they are just now realizing after a couple of months. I invested seventy bucks, 20 for a used USB stick and fifty for a months trial of T-Mobile 4g. These are good friends and I didn't mind the expense and I wanted to give an experienced report for them on the quality and coverage of the technology. I think only T-Mobile and Virgin have pay as you go in my area and I only needed the month to do my testing. I wanted to go with Virgin as they are right by my house. For some reason, I couldn't get through to the Virgin Mobile store so I called the toll free number. The only response I got was a recording trying to sell me a cruise package. So, genius, bon vivant, shrewd and tech savvy billionaire Richard Bronson doesn't want my phone business but wants to sell me a 3rd party cruise package....is this real or crap?
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