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Originally posted by Talltexxxan
No harm done, and you didnt sound arrogant. Its just alot of people use spelling as a tell tale sign that someone isnt who they say they are. And will base their decision on the informations credability solely on some gramatical errors.
Originally posted by Misterlondon
What makes this any different to the thousands of stories all around the internet of people claiming to be a whistleblower from a government agency, with the most amazing story to tell?
good fun to read but i would take it with a pinch of salt..
Originally posted by phishyblankwaters
reply to post by Talltexxxan
Bluecoat2- We've lost a team on Jupiter today. Two of them were close friends.
how exactly does one lose "a team ON Jupiter" when Jupiter is a gas giant and we aren't even sure it has a solid core, let alone know what it's made of.
Jupiter is composed primarily of gaseous and liquid matter.
Jupiter's upper atmosphere is composed of about 88–92% hydrogen and 8–12% helium by percent volume or fraction of gas molecules (see table to the right). Since a helium atom has about four times as much mass as a hydrogen atom, the composition changes when described as the proportion of mass contributed by different atoms. Thus the atmosphere is approximately 75% hydrogen and 24% helium by mass, with the remaining one percent of the mass consisting of other elements. The interior contains denser materials such that the distribution is roughly 71% hydrogen, 24% helium and 5% other elements by mass. The atmosphere contains trace amounts of methane, water vapor, ammonia, and silicon-based compounds. There are also traces of carbon, ethane, hydrogen sulfide, neon, oxygen, phosphine, and sulfur. The outermost layer of the atmosphere contains crystals of frozen ammonia. Through infrared and ultraviolet measurements, trace amounts of benzene and other hydrocarbons have also been found
I mean, is it that much to expect some special navy space pilot to know the basics of Jupiter.
Now if he had of said "in" instead of "on" I'd still call him a BS artist.
Do we really need a thread telling us this guy is going to say something in a week? Can't we wait til he says something? Or do we just need the fill the board with useless random crap to feel good about ourselves?
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Originally posted by smurfy
I wonder if someone has created a plot around some of hacker Gary McKinnon's remarks about, 'Non-terrestrial officers', (The Guardian 2009)
"I found a list of officers' names," he says, "under the heading 'Non-Terrestrial Officers'. It doesn't mean little green men. What I think it means is not Earth-based. I found a list of 'fleet-to-fleet transfers', and a list of ship names. I looked them up. They weren't US Navy ships. What I saw made me believe they have some kind of spaceship, off-planet."
www.thestudentroom.co.uk... for more reading.
Maybe McKinnon had actually hacked into NAVSPACE. It seem like it, but he doesn't actually say so, but he is talking about ships of some kind, ships that have names that are not known.
The full Guardian article,
edit on 30-8-2011 by smurfy because: Link.
Originally posted by ChachiArcola
I just spent some time with the Q&A from the OP, and while it is very interesting, I have to be skeptical. The way he types about it all, lends some credit to him sounding like he knows what he is talking about. That said, he spells terribly, and that alone makes me question the validity of him actually being employed by who he says he is. One would think that someone with a career like that, would at least know how to spell bologna (he spells it baloney).
Originally posted by deadeyedick
reply to post by Riposte
Alot of the time its just 1 word