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I noticed the cover-up too, very interesting.
We can't have Joe Public looking at the "science" before it's been approved now, can we?
This appears to me to be a classic case of a scientist who boosts his own self-importance by the possession of "superior knowledge", which puts him
(and it usually is a "him" ) in a superior position, thereby rendering him somewhat superior.
Restricting this knowledge to a select elite serves to reinforce a cultural divide which is self-perpetuating, and wider with each successive
deception. "Conspiracy BOYS" is a revealing phrase, lifting the lid on a dismal scene.
Such a small incident, yet so eloquent of science's inability to function with an open mind, and morbid fear of scrutiny lest it be seen to make a
Whoever is paying for this very expensive science, is apparently in favour of this very unscientific approach.
Would I be right in thinking the image of the group of "stars" was obtained, not from Earth, but from a space station, or satellite?
If it was, then the stars, viewed from an arbitrary point in space, would bear no resemblance to the usual patterns and constellations seen from
So how would he be able to check them, as he claimed?
Maybe it's a stupid question, there are precedents.
Here's another -
If it all started with a Big Bang, we should all be hurtling outwards from a central point, and travelling in the same general direction as our
So how is it that these comets come careering across our path, moving against all the rules, when they should be describing a similar trajectory to