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originally posted by: LurkNoMore
originally posted by: LanceCorvette
a reply to: CanadianMason
The problem with the adults excoriating the children for the children's childish ways is that the adults have coddled the children by allowing these childish ideas to take hold, instead of teaching them how to become productive adults, which is their job as adults.
So the adults critize the children for acting like children, and do nothing to make sure they don't act like children.
Not me, I don't have kids and have nothing to do with this nonsense. But adults, generally speaking.
*Video is 34min after 5min you get the idea of what is being forced on our children.
The real problems start within the education system and the messages sent while children are away from their parents.
Rocket Lab didn’t publicize the Humanity Star until after it launched. The purpose of the satellite, the company said, was to promote interest in the wonders of outer space. “No matter where you are in the world, rich or in poverty, in conflict or at peace, everyone will be able to see the bright, blinking Humanity Star orbiting Earth in the night sky,” Beck wrote on its website. “My hope is that everyone looking up at the Humanity Star will look past it to the expanse of the universe, feel a connection to our place in it and think a little differently about their lives, actions and what is important.”
Either way, the launch of Humanity Star represented another milestone in a shifting spaceflight industry. In a very short time, commercial spaceflight companies like Rocket Lab, SpaceX, and others have staked their claims to a dangerous frontier that for decades was the sole domain of governments. These companies have developed the technology to launch rockets on their own, and they get to decide what to put on board. A shiny disco ball? Sure. A cherry-red Tesla convertible? Why not. It’s an exciting moment in spaceflight history. Of course, it also comes with some risks. The secretive nature of some commercial launches opens the door for rogue actors. In January, a U.S. startup reportedly launched four satellites into orbit without the required approval from the federal government, prompting an investigation into an unprecedented situation.
CH-47 Chinook helicopter from 1-214th Aviation Regiment lands at battalion headquarters at @HohenfelsJMRC
, during #DragoonReady 20 - an Army-led readiness exercise. #KnowYourMil
06:00 AM · Nov 13, 2019