Originally posted by CLPrime
I certainly was... with my CG staff, and my cut-and-pasted-in sheep. I wish I had some real sheep. I'd knit myself a sweater, or something. I could
knit you one, since you love Nova Scotia, but you'd probably consider that a punishment, so I'll keep my knitting for myself.
I change all of my avatars and profile pictures like most men change underwear... every couple weeks or so. The one I have now will probably stay for
a while, though.
OK - back to topic.
NASA can, in fact, predict the comet's distance with great accuracy.
You are kidding - right?
NASA also claims to be able to track each piece of space junk larger than a golf ball, but routinely misses incoming "objects" much larger and
sometimes only "finds" them on their outbound journey.
Nope, not kidding at all. There's a difference between tracking the objects we know about and finding the objects we don't.
The objects we know about and have been watching for a long enough time, we can accurately model their orbits to within a fraction of a percent error.
We can launch space shuttles to a tiny dot called the International Space Station and can gravitationally slingshot probes to specific asteroids.
Our mastery of gravity is impeccable. That predictive power, however, does nothing to help us detect the objects we don't know about.
Love sweaters - do not easily understand the punishment bit
- perhaps because a bit thick here on our end this morning.
Very funny - keeping your knitting to yourself, however, we think you sidestepped the point:
"NASA also claims to be able to track each piece of space junk larger than a golf ball, but routinely misses incoming "objects" much larger and
sometimes only "finds" them on their outbound journey."
While your response is interesting, it seems to lack substance - quite unlike you. Example:
... most men change underwear...
This is ATS! Please, sources, links... on the changing every two weeks?
What happens if there is only one?
... and then the real question: do most men wear underwear?
You seem to lean heavily on this crutch to make your point, so sources, links please.
Our mastery of gravity is impeccable.
This one is too easy - obviously a red herring - nice try, though.
BTW, how are the radiation levels where you live?
Oh, that's right, we've been told not to worry - everything is under control - Fukushima is fixed - move along...
In Peace, Love & Light
P.S. Warning! Possibly off-topic here.
We wonder "how come" you are not more vocal on this subject - after all, all of the Canadian foodstuffs in the field have been radiated since about
Day 2 (13 March 2011) following the "incident." At least three "melt-throughs" that TEPCO has admitted to - arguably much worse that "meltdowns" and
the on-going and seemingly escalating disaster continues to spew radioactive particles into the atmosphere/Jet Stream - on a daily basis - 24 hours a
day - and it impacts Nova Scotia as well as most of North America.
The cover-up includes that fact that there is no known technology available to bring these reactors under some sort of control in the
One would think that you, especially, in light of your previous posts/threads, would be leading the charge for complete transparency of the real
only the future of all species on our fragile planet Earth is at stake
here - just saying.
(We really do respect and acknowledge your contributions on all topics - never any disrespect intended.)
edit on 10/7/2011 by thorfourwinds because: crayola fell off table