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  1. What is it with Iran and UFOs? One of the most celebrated UFO reports came from Iran before the islamic revolution but evidently the Glowing lights have both increased in capabilities and aggressiveness? This video, contains some Iranian claims that are just out of this world and point to either aliens or some secrete US drones with some wild capabilities, either real or deceptive. Makes you wonder if the Nimitz sightings so talked about are part of some US drone capabilities we have yet to hear of and maybe just out of this world enough to even fool experienced pilots.



     


  2. 23 hours ago, Strange said:

    No, because in the case of a black hoe merger there is no matter (*) to produce neutrinos (which are produced by the fusion reactions in a collapsing star) or any other radiation.

     

    (*) Unless the black holes have significant accretion disks. I'm not sure what happens in that situation. I'm guessing the answer is: "it's complicated"

    Hmmm... spell check maybe? Sorry, I have the quarantine blues... 


  3. On 4/22/2020 at 9:36 PM, iNow said:

    Well, right now they’re eating the whole of Africa. Being humans at a higher level of the food chain than they are, I’d like to turn the tables and start eating them by the billions. Turn them into flour, candy, salad fixins, whatever... but get them to stop eating core crops. 

    As long as they are not eaten raw you are good to go, being a natural born hillbilly anything that moves slow enough to catch is potentially on the menu... Swamp rabbit  was always my fav!

    On 4/22/2020 at 8:08 PM, Endy0816 said:

    They are edible. Nets are in fact traditionally used to catch the grasshopper swarms.

    I have large nets I use to catch grasshoppers for fish food...


  4. 6 hours ago, iNow said:

    Meanwhile, I continue wondering: What’s he trying to distract us from? What was he doing that required a comment so crazy to hide from view? We’ve spent 2 days talking about Lysol and a lot can happen behind the scenes during 2 days.  I continue wondering what it was. 

    I keep hoping he is just stupid...

    4 hours ago, iNow said:

    “I don't care what the newspapers say about me as long as they spell my name right.” 
    ― P. T. Barnum

    I keep thinking maybe the real devil in the dark is Moscow Mitch...


  5. 11 hours ago, Carrock said:

    Well....

    From Wikipedia

    while from Azo materials

     

    Nuclear light bulb rocket would cool the quartz reactor jackets with the propellant in much the same manner as metal rocket nozzles are cooled by propellant .https://aviation.stackexchange.com/questions/17266/how-are-rocket-engine-nozzles-able-to-survive-very-high-temperatures-without-mel

     

    9 hours ago, swansont said:

    Why would it? What problem does transparent aluminum potentially solve?

     

    Please make some kind of connection between the two ends of your conjecture, and have them within reach of each other.

     

     

     Transparent aluminum melts at a much higher temperature than quartz which is the current material of choice would transparent aluminum be a better choice?


  6. 1 hour ago, Phi for All said:

    Probably NOT the gullible audience you thought.

    Your photos look like every UFO picture ever taken, except you had the luxury of a non-moving target, one you could position just right and take the best photos of. The only ones in focus are too far away to see details. This is the best you can offer? This seems very implausible.

    You find something you think is a diamond from space, and you HIT IT WITH A HAMMER?! Again, this seems very implausible. Could a rational human make such a monumentally short-sighted mistake?

    Swanson please don't insult UFOs like that...


  7. On 4/8/2020 at 7:39 AM, MigL said:


    I think you guys are overplaying his greed, and underplaying his stupidity.

    I honestly don't think that is possible... 

    23 hours ago, J.C.MacSwell said:

    Left leaning? Maybe some....but I'm referring to "the left"...as in: irrational identity politics anti Trump no matter what left...the ones that get all the press, and unfortunately drown the others out

    ...the ones that sound like they secretly hope hydroxychloroquine won't work...

    Would you describe "the right" as in : irrational identity politics pro Trump no matter what right? 


  8. Lazar's very premise of element 115's nucleus being so large that it allowed access to the strong nuclear force which he claimed was just a form of gravity he called short range gravity. Should be enough to give him the status of Hawking or shame him to the closet of conspricy (sp?) theorist forever!  


  9. 41 minutes ago, MigL said:

    I guess that's why our previous discussion regarding B Lazar ended up in the trash.

    I remember seeing him on TV in the 90s, making those outrageous claims.
    The only thing I've seen of him more recently is on the Joe Rogan Experience ( podcast ), and, for someone who was hired by the Government to reverse engineer a 'gravity' drive, he did not have a clue as to the workings of gravity or its effects.
    I nearly fell out of my chair when he said the 'old' theory of gravity involved propagation by gravitons, but it is actually a wave, evidenced by the 2016 BH merger detected by LIGO.
    ( gravitons are manifested by a quantum field theory of gravity, which we don't yet have, and he seems confused about gravitational waves )
    He also employs certain 'tricks' in his interviews, like having an associate 'surprise' him with some 'evidence', which he claims not to have known about, in an attempt to be more believable.
    However, some people, even on this forum, seem to fall for his line ( along with hook and sinker ).

    Even back in the day his claims were outrageous, he claimed to have seen a film or a book with actual pictures of the aliens trying to train neanderthals 50,000 years ago. Crazy stuff...


  10. A couple of recent threads have been discussing Bob Lazar and element 115, I happen to have tape of his original interviews and unless you guys are ignoring the really juicy stuff his story seems to have been toned down more than a bit. 

     

    Lazar either broke the biggest story in human history, is the grandest part of the supposed disinformation campaign, or has an imagination Heinlein would be proud of. His details leave no doubt about the choices...

    Among the claims he made, human were created by the aliens whose space craft he saw, element 115 allowed access to the strong nuclear force which he claimed was just gravity, 115 gave off antimatter as it decayed, the space craft he saw were out of date models given to the US Gov in exchange for allowing them to probe redneck anuses on dark country roads. The list hardly stops there and is or was downright silly even back then...    


  11. This short TEDx talk should be watched by anyone with even a passing interest in the UFO phenomena.The speaker puts quite well what I have been trying to say for years... Science should be interested in UFOs and should be trying to study them by doing more than there is no evidence as though evidence should fall from the sky. I am in CA right now hence the chance in IP address...

     

     


  12. 1 hour ago, dad said:

    Big news: Scientists place several pieces off spaghetti on table and envision how the spaghetti monster may have formed billions of imaginary years ago. Wow.

     

    WOW!

    1 hour ago, dad said:

    No it is not.

    Citation please!

    1 hour ago, dad said:

    Your beliefs imposed and foisted onto the record are all that you considered evidence.

    Project much? 

    1 hour ago, dad said:

    The fossil record is not known to have been laid down in the present nature.

    I'm not sure what you mean, your sentence makes no sense... 

     

    1 hour ago, dad said:

    Nor are genes today known to have existed the same in the past.

    Who says they did? 

    1 hour ago, dad said:

    Because they have chosen lies.

    Prove it... 

    1 hour ago, dad said:

    False.

    Prove it... 


  13. 9 hours ago, zapatos said:

    Let us know when they announce what the result was.

    I think they must have misreported, they never did talk about a second attack again but kept referring to waves of missiles... 


  14. Just now, zapatos said:

    As-Asad and Erbil are all I know about. I get the feeling the attack on those two sites was their "proportional" response to our killing of Soleimani.

    MSNBC was talking about how those two bases had been attacked when they cut away to announce yet another wave of missiles had been launched... 


  15. 1 minute ago, zapatos said:

    What did I miss? They launched missiles at two bases. Anything else?

    So far they have launched two flights of missiles according to MSNBC. The fist one was launched earlier today and in the middle of talking about that attack they said another flight has been launched. Should have hit by now.. 

    I think I'll go watch some TV before the EMP knocks out the power grid... 

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