Originally posted by Burginthorn
Probably a dumb question, but can anyone explain the lack of stars in these type of pictures?
Its the same with NASA photographs and moon landing photographs - there's never any stars?
I know there's probably a valid explanation, but it kind of spooks me out how I can stand outside, look to the heavens and see zillions of stars from
way down here, yet way up there, I am expecting to see even more and there are none?
Because they sent the balloons up in the day time. Stars have to work nights, so they don't get to come out as often as we would like them too. I
mean, They want too, don't get them wrong, but the sun kinda likes center stage.
Seriously though, because stars are not what you are told they are and NASA is going to start having some real problems soon if you people keep being
so curious. I mean you can only keep something over peoples heads for so long before they watch a little closer. There is only so long that the cold
war can be an excuse.
We are all like bumber cars and are powered off of the area that Nasa just so happens to control. The Ionisphere. Ground control to major Tom....rub a
balloon across your head and see what that energy does to your hair, now imagine being able to swim in that sensation or hear consciousness itself.
Superman is always listening. The all seeing eye, is always seeing, but never seen, by us at least. George Bush Sr. would like to remind you about a
thousand points of light.
Nasa gives you space, while the real space you inhabit is being taken away day by day. These folks know how to fool you, they've been on assignment
sense Egyptian times. The are really into using the Sun and Moon to make you feel like the smallest thing ever, so insignificant to the scheme of the
cosmos (which means earth, by the way) and all they have to do to get you to believe it....is show you a picture or a movie, with absolutely nothing
to back it up but more imaginary things....huge numbers....we are shrinking even smaller, now just throw in the Allusive Alien and no experience is
required, start today, excellent benefits and all you need to do is nothing but believe. Reality really does bite.
These kids had a neat idea, but let's remember that a media company is who owns the rights to these photos. Barcroft Media to be exact and they
don't get paid, unless you BUY what they are selling.
If you were the sphinx, you would lift your paw and have a read to remind yourself not to be taken in with the show. After all, you are the main
You guys thought you were watching "reality tv", but didn't know...you are the show....enjoy!!
[edit on 19-3-2009 by letthereaderunderstand]