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  1. I think this has gone on long enough and is going nowhere so I’m locking this. Hopefully we can find something more interesting to discuss. Edit: Since new posts were made in the "Corona virus is Fake News" thread on this topic, I have moved them here.
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  2. Covington Kid? Ring a bell? He won a $250 million defamation lawsuit against the Washington Post. 90% of the mainstream media is a propoganda arm for Democrats. Anything: New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, Atlantic, Huff-Po, are purely paid for Democratic drivel and hit pieces. Sensational headlines with zero substance. Cotton Candy "Journalism" and this is not including Social Media platforms
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  3. Number of things wrong with this post. Trumps is not a failed businessman. If he was, he wouldn't be President. You can dispute his real net worth and taxes, but a "failure" he is not. Trump imposed new trade deals with China so as we aren't a trillion in imbalances anymore. now its about $500 billion. Thats progress from trade agreements of sins past the US made Xi Xiaoping doesn't like. They are fast working on replacing the US dollar as a world reserve currency. China depends on our economy to buy most of their junk. China no doubt wants to screw us over as badly as p
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  4. MRE means Meal Ready to Eat. Sir C. Stanton Hicks, a kiwi who spent much time in Australia, introduced science based nutrition into the military MRE as we know it today, among other things. When he went to the US in 1944 (the US military used no real nutrition standards like the British) they wanted to hire him on the spot but he declined. I read the book recently and it is a very interesting read. http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/hicks-sir-cedric-stanton-10499 https://www.morgansrarebooks.com/products/who-called-the-cook-a-bastard-by-c-stanton-hicks
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  5. I don't live in my room in the basement anymore and I did go to Mexico. The iguanas I 'seen' were real and they sat still and stared at me. I'm not saying they're the lizard people but I'm not saying they aren't.
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  6. One would think the good doctor could spell the word 'serious' correctly. Obviously he can't be sirius!
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  7. The term isn't 'day in age', it's 'day and age'. But otherwise I'm beginning to realize that you have a good point on UFO's and extraterrestrials. Maybe it's me that has always been wrong. Give me time to watch the 4 videos you've posted so I can evaluate your evidence thoroughly. It looks like there's about 6 hours of information there to absorb. Cheers, M.
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  8. Welcome to the New World Order, Thoth101. Link = https://www.telegraph.co.uk/global-health/science-and-disease/covid-19-accelerating-shift-global-power-will-shape-new-world/
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  9. montgomery

    Smooth Earth

    The answer to the first question is '0'. There's not enough information provided to answer the 2nd. question but I can fix it for you. How many miles between two 6 foot tall people for them to see each other's heads if atmospheric conditions for viewing are perfect? 6 miles Bonus question: What kind of an a-s would want to invent a tail on Mars that can be seen by him and his daddy? Twice!
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  10. I would be delighted if anchovy became your friend and fellow sympathizer. You would have an ally and then you would lose all caution and really spill it out. Right now you're much less fun as paranoia is setting in. Remember the comma?
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  11. So what if the dipictions of aliens in the 50s and 60s weren't similar to reports of alien sightings later on? That's not the question, the question is whether or not the aliens depicted in Close Encounters were based on reported sightings. Thoth's not that weird, there's loads of people who think as he does. You on the other hand are one, let's say 'special' dude. Can you honestly not see how you're every bit as bad as Thoth, just in the other direction?
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  12. Do you really think Earth doesn't? If Mars has a magnetic field then it has to have a magnetotail and it also has to have it's own version of our nothern and southern lights. I know you're desperite to have something to use in the UFO debate because as soon as you take a definite position on one side or the other you don't have a leg to stand on but really this is a little pathetic. You still seem to incapable of understanding that a supernatural explanation is impossible by definition.
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  13. I haven't implied a supernatural explanation of any kind, not once. I agree that everything within the realm of our universe has a natural explanation. What is so supernatural about magnetic field interactions? Do you not believe in magnetic fields? If that's the case, you might be more like Thoth than you'd like to admit. The definition of conspiracy, and this is loosely speaking, is the intent or scheme by an either secret or public group to enact something unlawful or reprehensible. By extent, a "conspiracy theory" is one proposing or theorizing that a conspir
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  14. Stability of the Hydrogen Atom (HA): According to classical physics, the hydrogen atom is composed of an electron orbiting a proton and the assumption here is that the electron would eventually plunge into the proton because it would lose its energy. This is another example of faulty math that is used to refute Newtonian mathematics. The reason why this math is erroneous is because the Magnetic forces are not considered. So, I would like to explain why that does not happen. The electrons revolution around the proton causes the proton to spin in the same direction as the motion of
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  15. Very possibly. I thank you for actually contributing to the topic, instead of picking fights like Montgomery over here.
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  16. His opinions don't matter but yours do? Why, because you say so? But we don't know that alien life is that rare, so of course it isn't evidence. But are sighting descriptions based on those pop culture references or are those pop culture references based on reports of sightings? My position is undecided but you have presented nothing convincing for your position.
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  17. I think Mars hasa weak magnetic field so maybe it got hit with a CME while you were looking at it and it reacted to produce a tail. No idea if that's possible, just a wild guess.
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  18. VictorMedvil

    Essay Writing Help

    Na, don't listen to these guys I'll pay you 2 cents a hour to write my papers.
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  19. Well, the evidence of aliens being observed is less than conclusive but I am pretty sure I have seen a Grey Alien myself once, That's what I go off of that I have actually seen what I consider to be a alien. Do I think that there are aliens on Earth? Yes, after seeing one at 2 AM. It is something you would have to experience yourself. It looked like this
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  20. To answer your question if the Aliens can travel using Wormhole Jump Drive or Alcubierre Warp Drive, it would take much less time to reach Earth at a faster than light movement speed. Humans do not have currently have the ability to create such devices, however that does not bar a more advanced alien species from having such devices on their spaceships for interstellar travel. Technically, they could travel thousands or millions of lightyears in years to seconds depending on the amount of energy they can channel into the devices to travel at 1 million times the speed of light that would just
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  21. With 400 Billion Stars just in our galaxy, all with around 1 exoplanet each star and considering that there are millions of galaxies in the universe, I would say with that many stars with planets the odds are quite high as since the beginning the universe 800 million years has passed 17.125 times, which is your assumed timeline for alien life to evolve on it's own. So, with 400,000 Trillion Opportunities to evolve in the universe and 17.125 periods of time to evolve, I think with a number of 6,850,000 Trillion Opportunity-Periods is pretty high, but that is a weird unit, I think that number is
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  22. This is a quote from somebody else, saying there's no aliens out there is like taking a cup of water from the sea and claiming that's evidence that there are no fish in the ocean.
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  23. He's threatening dudes who would have advanced enough tech to travel here from another star, hilarious! I hope they zap his silly arse into dust just for being so stupid.
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  24. I find laughably few reasons to expect such vice from the likes of Trump. Personally, I don't like the guy; he's made some bad choices in his past, and he's got a bad attitude. But he's done too many good things and not enough bad things to be reasonably portrayed as some vile psychopath.
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  25. That settles it, you are a mutant, but rather it is probably the case that you have never had a wound that was bad enough that it doesn't heal without growing new unscarred skin. The younger you are the more easily your skin will regrow without scarring and some scars do fade over time, like it took 20 years for one of my scars to disappear.
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  26. A great video Thoth. The picture of the graveyard with hundreds and hundreds of crosses was what convinced me the most. And then the shot of the syringe with the crying baby in the background sealed it for your theory. After this I'll never doubt you on your anti-vaxxer theories again! If 'THEY' will kill the babies then 'THEY' will kill anybody!
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  27. You don't even know what science is Monty. You making this forum a better place is equivalent to a fox guarding a henhouse.😄
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  28. I went to the doctor today for my physical and got my 10 year Tetanus booster and yearly Flu Vaccine, now I am immune to both of them, I don't care what you say Thoth101 vaccines are a good thing and save lives.
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  29. The Great American Mask Rip-Off In a riveting YouTube video, Patrick Wood and Citizens for Free Speech feature neurosurgeon Dr. Russell Blaylock, who discusses the totalitarian world that’s evolving with COVID-19, including mandated mask-wearing and the possibility of a mandatory vaccine. The fallacy of mask-wearing is that masks are not the end-all, be-all that governments are trying to claim. First, not all masks are alike and they don’t all protect the same — if they
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  30. That ship is a museum piece in Pearl Harbor, decommissioned in 1992 I think, so I do find it hard to believe you worked in the comcenter. How can you work in the comcenter but not serve aboard her? What I really do not get is why the USN needs an Australian cryptographer to work in their ship comcenters? The USN doesn't have qualified people so they need to call you in?
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  31. I missed a couple of these "Mutex's" You were on US Battleships? When was this? Oh, I know, you really didn't mean battleships just like you really didn't mean to say your TS clearance was given by the US, right? As has been pointed out to you several times now, whatever security clearance you may have been given by the Australian authority, it is NOT valid at all in the US and it cannot be the same clearance, no matter how many times you assert it. The US Coast Guard probably works far more with security allied countries and even non-allied countries, than the US Navy simply b
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  32. When you get caught in a lie you will most likely be called a liar and you should learn to accept it. You said you had the highest level of security clearance given by the US. The US does not give security clearances to non-US citizens. You lied. That fact is obvious to everybody. Now I will be moving all this crap out of this thread.
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  33. My last comment on this also. Yes this is true about the CAC card and I appreciate you for sharing. Also on a side note when I was in Iraq. There was NATO there and Aussies, Italians and many others from other countries. None of them were allowed any kind of access of anything secret. And the only way any of them were even allowed on a flightline they needed to be escorted. Even when the Aussies landed they had to be escorted everywhere and anyone and everyone who was not a citizen of the US. Same thing back at the home bases in the US.
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  34. Let me clear this up, synthetic proteins even though naturally exist in that sequence from evolution are the man made version of these natural proteins that are made in a lab. That is the distinction between natural and synthetic that synthetic proteins were organized in way that would not have happened besides by tinkering by man such as oligonucleotide synthesis. Like you wouldn't call the genetic recombination I used for the MV-5 Zombie Virus or any of the Retroviral Vectors, natural but rather synthetic using natural proteins from other viruses, they are arranged in a way that would never
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  35. I agree with you Monty; I may move all of this security clearance tangent to its own thread later, but first I need to add just one more post. In case anyone might be interested, (doubtful) here is an information sheet (pdf) that will tell you all you need to know about security clearances issued in Australia by the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (AGSVA): Make special note of what the clearances are called. There is NO mention of a Top Secret clearance because there isn’t any such thing issued in Australia. As a general indication, once AGSVA have received all th
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  36. Hadn't responded because I have been away from home recently. I think your question confuses how you want the world to be with how it actually is. It is perfectly normal for lifeguards and security guards to experience boredom on the job. It is just like any job. Now to answer your question, I wanted to be a lifeguard in the past to improve my safety and confidence in the water (that is why my name said "wannabe lifeguard"). I never became a lifeguard and no longer want to be a lifeguard. I have developed my own water confidence separately. I also don't want to be a security guard -
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  37. Your hero David's surname reflects his quality as a scientist beautifully. As it does the reaction of any rational scientist to his nonsensical work.
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  38. montgomery

    Plastic Eating Enzymes

    Mutex, thanks for your answer to the question. Hopefully Victor will still have an interest in following this topic too. p.s. Most of all I'm interested in creating some much needed traffic on this board because it's teetering on the verge IMO. But it has to be rational discussion by rational people or there's really no point in saving it. Any ideas?
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  39. Hi, I am planning to do a a detailed presentation on the various heat transfer mechanisms of a Formula 1 tyres. I have been referring to a research paper, so far it has been fine for me. But I would like to know if there is something that I should be aware of, in specifc? Even if there is not any, I would very much like any opinions/questions regarding this
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  40. It seems scientists have found that time travel is possible in theory, read more at https://www.foxnews.com/science/time-travel-theoretically-possible-study-says,https://www.businessinsider.com/time-travel-possible-changing-past-isnt-physics-says-2020-9, and https://www.vice.com/en/article/889yp4/time-travel-without-mind-bending-paradoxes-is-possible-mathematical-modeling-suggests
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  41. Yeah I get what you're trying to say. Something along the lines of what you're trying to do is a long way from Thoth's nonsense conspiracy theories. He's got a lot of heart inversted in it so there's likely no chance of him coming back to reality. It's entertaining sometimes! For you: You are facing a lack of acceptance by those you consider your peers on some other science forums. You might be able to get that here but you have to consider who you accept as peers. Accepting a batshit crazy conspiracy theorist isn't doing yourself any favours. Everybody on this board who are mentally
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  42. It seems that scientists have found a way to quantum entangle two very large objects, read more at https://phys.org/news/2020-09-quantum-entanglement-distant-large.html
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  43. That is always a issue, that is a issue with much of modern technology like the Mind Machine Interfaces and Nano-Machines can be used to control other entities too, with modern technology a degree of responsibility is a must for the technology's manufacturer and creator. "The Warrior's bland acronym, MMI, obscures the true horror of this monstrosity. Its inventors promise a new era of genius, but meanwhile unscrupulous power brokers use its forcible installation to violate the sanctity of unwilling human minds. They are creating their own private army of demons." "Already w
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  44. lukasm

    The New Forums is Broken

    Youtube issue is now fixed. Let me know if you have any other issues.
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  45. balagna

    Real Life Gundam Moves

    mmm, be sure .. you will never be succesfull in doing science if you feel yourself as you have to do something. oh, how old are you!? will I teach you this , where are you ... you should not bother me with this.
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  46. Well, I agree that Covid was probably made in a lab in china but covid is definitely not fake however the media is overhyping it possibly and giving out false information about the virus.
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  47. See Olber's Paradox The assumption is for a universe that is infinitely old, with an infinitely large number of stars distributed homogenously in an infinite space. In that case, the entire sky would be as bright as the surface of a star. The resolution is the observed fact that the universe is finitely old and is expanding. This, coupled with the finite speed of light means that only a finite number of stars can be observed from Earth. Also, redshift of light, caused by the expansion, shifts observable light into the microwave range, as we see in the cosmic microwave background which do
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  48. Hazel, you have got this a bit garbled. The formula for table salt is NaCl. The atomic mass of Na is 23. For Cl it is 35.5 (it is not a whole number due to the mixture of isotopes that Cl consists of in nature.) So the molecular weight of NaCl is 23+35.5=58.5, which means it consists of about 40% Na and about 60% Cl. The other chemicals you mention are probably additives, present in small amounts, to stop it clogging in humid conditions and for your health (iodide is added to prevent iodine deficiency for instance see goitre). The fineness of the crystals is a matter of choice in the superma
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  49. You can often write a simple algebraic equation in words. For example Newton's F=ma is "Force equals mass times acceleration. But is that really any clearer to you than F=ma? It seems to me that, as we are all taught nowadays in school enough maths to be able to understand F=ma, it is not unreasonable to expect that readers can deal with it. But more complicated things will lose readers, inevitably.
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  50. The reason that electrons would lose energy under classical physics is that it is a charge traveling in a circular motion, and a circular motion is an accelerated motion. Accelerating charges emit electromagnetic radiation. The energy for this electromagnetic radiation has to come from the electron, thus the electron spirals in. Now let's see how this applies to your "explanation": As the electron reaches its "ground state", it is still moving in a circular motion. Thus it must still be emitting EMR, and still be losing energy. The only place this energy can come from is the proton-ele
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