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The 2003 Columbia Disaster: The Mother of all Omens

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posted on Jun, 6 2005 @ 06:50 PM

Originally posted by ThatsJustWeird
Well it would have been sad if he wasn't from Isreal, right Souljah?

Since he was from Isreal, it's ok that he died tragically as it's a sign that the glorious Palestinians will gain victory in erasing that evil country Isreal from off the map, right Souljah?

I bet USA wouldnt take a Palestinian Astronaot onboard a Space Shuttle in a Million Years - he would probably blow himself up on the landing huh?

No - its NOT ok that he Died, and I never said that, so stop putting Words in my mouth.

If you have read this post and the original article, you would see the Cruel Irony of this Event - but it looks like I am the only one who sees it (and the author of the article).

Its not about "gaining victory in erasing that evil country Isreal".

Its a Warning.

Or better said - you can look at it as a Warning.

posted on Jun, 7 2005 @ 01:20 AM

Originally posted by Souljah
I bet USA wouldnt take a Palestinian Astronaot onboard a Space Shuttle

I don't think there are any Palestinian Astronauts. Do the people
of the Palestinian Authority have an Aerospace program? I don't
think they spend their donation money on space exploration or
the sciences.

Are there any Palestinians who are qualified? The Israeli who went
on the Shuttle was a highly qualified pilot. He had been a pilot for
decades and was in very good shape physically and mentally. He
was highly educated and was helping run science experiements
while on board as well as the fact that he was giving a peaceful
example to school children about working hard and learning through
science and cooperating peacefully with others.

If you know of any Palestinians who are qualified to go, please tell
us. Are there any highly educated pilots who wish to give a
peaceful example to school children about learning science and
cooperating peacefully with other cultures ... other nations ..
people of other religions? If you have someone in mind that
you have learned about, please share him or her with us.

Thank you. (I'm not being sarcastic ... I am wondering if you
have someone in mind)

posted on Jun, 7 2005 @ 08:06 AM
Hey, Palestinian People dont have their own Land, and I dont think they have any Astronauts or Space Program or pilots or aircraft or helicopters...

I was just being sarcastic.

I dont think they can affor any of this.

They can barely visit their own family in their own land.

[edit on 7/6/05 by Souljah]

posted on Aug, 9 2005 @ 11:37 AM
I found the most interesting video on the Columbia disaster. See Chris Valentine's Columbia Disaster page. Specifically check out the Realtime Reentry Video Reconstruction. It's interesting in that it's the first time I've seen the complete audio and video put together.

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