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Curiosity Has Not Landed - But Is Good Entertainment For The TV Brain Washed Masses

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posted on Aug, 8 2012 @ 11:53 PM
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It must be such a drag to live a life where you believe nothing. Especially because the only reason you don't believe is because you feel it's your duty, to prove what evil, wicked, lying NWO agent affiliated people NASA and our government is comprised of.

It's a huge achievement, and I can't even argue with those who don't believe it happened - it just blows my mind anyone can be that ignorant. If you believe this, you did not follow any of this astounding achievement over the years. You probably watched a clip on the news about it, and felt you had to post your brilliant analysis about why it's all a hoax.

But that's ATS for ya.. youtube, cut 'n paste, bash America, call everyone who disagrees with you a sheeple or disinfo agent, and act as if you are in possession of super-secret intelligence that proves you are right, even if it only word of mouth from a cousin of a friend who is best buds with an alphabet agency high ranking official. "Sorry.. can't divulge my source!"

Final word on this: NASA has provided plenty of evidence this DID occur. If you are so brilliant - provide your evidence that it didn't. Actual evidence. Good luck!




posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 12:03 AM
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Originally posted by magma
reply to post by Xterrain
 


Again another deluded person who thinks that the world is out to get him.

I feel sorry for you and the others that live in a world of make believe.

I fail to see why this is such a big thing. So billions was spent on an exploration to another planet.

That is great news. I am keen to see more and keen to learn more about our own existance and this is one step closer to a better understanding.

People like you will live their life and miss out on the truly wonderful things that are available and when you get old you will look back and see how foolish you were. By then it is too late.


Hahahahaha, you haven't a clue to how I live my life! I make six figures, I'm happily married, I travel consistently, I'm educated, I'm cultured beyond a doubt and have lived on 3 continents, I have a huge family, I've climbed some of the highest mountain in America and will soon be in Russia on Elbrus, I own two companies, I'm an advisor for two more, and I've sold two others in the past. I have a decent 2,900sqft. house and a big ass BBQ pit where I cook and entertain for most all of my friends, I'm leaving for 10 days next week to backpack in CO, I own a pair of brand spanking new cars, I have minimal debt, I'm a fan of capitalism, and I am obviously opinionated to a certain degree.

Before you post something ignorant next time you think you've got a great rebuttal; don't. The greatest thing about the internet is I can jump on here with my coffee, in my shiny new home office, and read and contemplate to my hearts extent while not giving a # about how you sheep live your lives. LOL.

Just because I don't think the way you do, doesn't mean I'm at all "crazy" or am in any way in fear of the world. I live my life like it's the last day, every day. While you stare at pictures from some nerds last photoshop session at NASA and waste time milling around your sheep pen thinking "man, it sure is great to be a sheep with all my sheep friends and these cool pictures of a red pen that I'll never ever ever ever get to see for myself."



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 12:05 AM
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Hahahahaha, you haven't a clue to how I live my life! I make six figures,......

Wow. Will you adopt me? I'm so very impressed. You see, I am homeless and live in a cardboard box.



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 12:19 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Xterrain
 


Hahahahaha, you haven't a clue to how I live my life! I make six figures,......

Wow. Will you adopt me? I'm so very impressed. You see, I am homeless and live in a cardboard box.


Haha, negatory compadre. No Phage I know would ever want a 27 year old for a dad. I'm digging how you've got wifi in your cardboard box though; That's a talent that you could trade for tricks.



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 12:21 AM
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6 figures, very impressive.

You can't have been making that much money for very long to be so proud of such a small income. I'm going to guess since you said 6 figures and not a quarter million or something more impressive sounding that your below the 200k mark.

Also since you seem to think your income is so great that everyone else is sheep, you came from some humble beginnings to be so impressed with yourself. Wow your really amazing.

Tell me about your fortune 500 companies you sold? Oh wait, I forgot you are only making 6 figures, other companies spit out cars on a factory line worth more then you are in a year. And you own 2 companies and that's all your able to make? If that's all your making I bet you've had trouble paying your own sheep err I mean employees. All 5 of them.



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 01:14 AM
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The greatest thing about the internet is I can...


.. make up anything about yourself?


Gotta love the Internet - everyone is rich, handsome / beautiful, smart, worldly and they know it all.



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 01:24 AM
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A single piece of evidence is all that most criminal cases are built upon in the beginning. As I suggested earlier - go and explore her employment background for yourself - go and speak with her co-workers of that time - see whether they are willing to speak with you. You are hitch hiking on the evidence presented by other people - not your own.

I accept that UFO Hunters is not evidence borne of my own investigation but at least the person is on tape and the words are emanating from her mouth - first hand evidence - not second or third - straight from the person.

Verbiage is essential to construct a context to accompany the evidence. Without context we are all just citing random facts however if writing in depth is not a skill you wish to exercise that is your choice. I choose to discuss in depth. If you find my posts are not to your liking why not ignore me and leave me alone?

Much Peace...



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 01:27 AM
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You are hitch hiking on the evidence presented by other people - not your own.

The irony is deafening.



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 01:37 AM
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Originally posted by intrptr
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As for the pics ... what, holdouts from the other faked missions?

No, those were real. This was a bonus mission... bonus for all the hard underpaid work up until now. By there way... just playing devils advocate here with OP. 2.5 billion buys a lot of silence. Whats your price? Personally?

Remember the Manhatten Project? How many kept that quiet for free?

hahaha 2.5 billion? sure, i'll keep your secret and even bring you coffee~

Manhattan project people kept their silence because they believed deeply in their cause ... to the point where "it's either them or us" ... much different scenario here isn't it?

You say

"Anything can be faked nowadays. And I mean A_N_Y_T_H_I_N_G. "

Okay, i'll bite my tongue on the first inappropriate response that comes to mind ...


but seriously, i quote from previous post because i'm lazy at the moment:

"Perhaps nearly anything can be faked briefly, but few illusions can be maintained indefinitely. This mission simply could not be faked for long, if at all. There are basic physical principals that CANNOT be violated; with the quantity and quality of scrutiny, a fake would be spotted quickly, easily and conclusively."

I've heard too much about how governments fear embarrassment to believe that mine (incompetent as I know it is) would risk faking something like this ...



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 02:19 AM
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Originally posted by Amanda5

 



Just asking questions - last time I looked asking questions was a fundamental skill for learning and exploring our world. Asking questions is how we exercise our cognition. It is essentially how we avoid being a brain washed mind controlled human.


Okay, so what are these questions you're asking? ... and what is the real focus of this research you keep describing? Your premise seems to be "how can I support the position that Curiosity can be faked?" ... that's research of a sort I guess, but not a pursuit of truth.



I am taking a position with regard to the topic of the thread. I have presented evidence/information that I believe supports the proposition that NASA are capable of faking space exploration. NASA have technology, complicit staff and loads of money to fake a landing.


Actually, no, you don't present the slightest evidence that NASA is 'capable' of faking the mission. Sorry, but that would require a large amount of scientific jargon since there are certain principles of physics that NASA can't fake for any money. Please do some research and address these principles if you believe I am incorrect.



Verbiage is essential to construct a context to accompany the evidence. Without context we are all just citing random facts


Many non-random 'facts' have been presented within the 'context' of this topic. You ignore these 'contextual facts' and think NASA could have faked a mission based on a disgruntled employee and a tv show ... nice research.



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 03:05 AM
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hahaha 2.5 billion? sure, i'll keep your secret and even bring you coffee~

Mmmm, thanks. I luv caffeine. Its the only addiction I have left dammit.


Manhattan project people kept their silence because they believed deeply in their cause ... to the point where "it's either them or us" ... much different scenario here isn't it?

Is it? I don't really know of a more tightly wound government organization, that us peons don't get to see much of (except pics).

"Anything can be faked nowadays. And I mean A_N_Y_T_H_I_N_G. "


Okay, i'll bite my tongue on the first inappropriate response that comes to mind ...

Ouch. That must hurt.


but seriously, i quote from previous post because i'm lazy at the moment:

"Perhaps nearly anything can be faked briefly, but few illusions can be maintained indefinitely. This mission simply could not be faked for long, if at all. There are basic physical principals that CANNOT be violated; with the quantity and quality of scrutiny, a fake would be spotted quickly, easily and conclusively."

Welp, there goes another million or two off the top. What are we up to, a couple hundred million in payout? Leaves a lot to be desired still.


I've heard too much about how governments fear embarrassment to believe that mine (incompetent as I know it is) would risk faking something like this ...

Only the most worst liars on the planet right now. Sorry about embarrassing you, but after WMD, Bailouts and UBL, I have this problem listening to more other agencies about anything they say. Hey isn't NASA known now as NASA / Langley? As in CIA Langley?

Have any other secret intel about NASA missions?

I hope we are still funning about this. I like learning playfully and playing less seriously.



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 03:08 AM
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Op thanks for your opinion. Very interesting indeed.

Six figures hey, what are you doing wrong? People earn that per month you know, but usually do not tell others.

Enjoy your limited wealth.



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 03:10 AM
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Originally posted by Komodo

Originally posted by magma
Imagine what you could achieve if you used your talents in a productive way.

Just imagine


and flying to Mars to see a lifeless plantet we could have looked at thru our telescopes/Hubble.....

is productive??? How.. ?


You cannot take high resolution pictures of Mars with Hubble. Mars is way too close, and zooming in would destroy the optics, since Mars is very bright object for Hubble. Hubble is meant for taking pictures from very far, they are not taking pictures of nearby objects. Try to look full moon with telescope without any filters, if you look long enough, your eyes are done.



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 03:41 AM
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Originally posted by SkepticGuy
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The video you have shown is ridiculous, very, very, too much ridiculous, it's fake.
Also illusionists can do that performance


Phoenix probe used the same technology of Curiosity.

Have you ever seen a video that shows Phoenix flying like a helicopter?
NO. NEVER.
Why? It is so simple for a rocket to land backwards on its flames

www.youtube.com...



what are you laughint at so vainly ..

there are even competitions about that stuff you don´t want to believe in..but sure..all fake


www.youtube.com...



posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 03:48 AM
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posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 05:10 AM
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I simply detest posts like this, it puts me off reading the whole thread because the main post states you have to be a moron if you don't believe it.

I'm sorry but when you post a story that you have zero proof on apart from your apparently enlightened mind then I'd have to be a moron to take it at face value..

If you feel the need to post then do but using the tact that only clever' 'alert' people could understand it thus making a few people not want to be left out feel bad is a pointless and nasty tactic, one normally used by people who have little or no foundation to their post.

Do I care if they really landed on Mars...NO

Do I care if its a huge money laundering fake...NO

Do I care if we find life...YES

Why don't I mostly care?

Because life here is hard enough without wild did they or didn't they things..

When ET comes down and wakes up this world and makes it better then I'll listen, if ET never comes or does come and wipe us all out then to be honest its just speeding up the inevitability of our own actions.

Care / [snip] given...ZERO..
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posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 05:24 AM
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Originally posted by Xterrain

I'm digging how you've got wifi in your cardboard box though; That's a talent that you could trade for tricks.


Nahh, Samuel Morse and Belkin already beat him to it.
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posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 05:37 AM
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I completely agree that the media flogs this for all it's worth... probably to keep us distracted and to try and pump up American pride - God knows they need it.

Not too sure about the fake part, but let's face it, they didn't do themselves any favors by faking the moon landing video (courtesy of Stanly Kubric).

BTW the first page of replies is an absolute disgrace, the OP is putting a theory out there and all you idiots can do is ridicule the sheep for straying out of the herd and daring to think. So what if he's wrong, who cares? What if he's right? Stranger things have happened.

You've all been 'trained' well. Back to sleep now.
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posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 05:47 AM
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Curiosity could be anywhere. It could be on Mars, the Mojave desert, Jupiter, Saturn - ANYWHERE! You have been told it's Mars, so like a good little boy or girl, you believe it, fine. The OP is correct, however, and no matter how much you scoff at him/her you know they have a point.

As for the claim that thousands of people were involved - so what? The same was true of the moon landings.

I would be interested to see some moving footage. As Mars is claimed to have 62% less gravity than Earth, we should get some nice bouncy shots.

If they said Curiosity had landed on Venus, you would lap it up. It's great that you have so much trust in what you are told.




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