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Old October 9th 18, 09:21 PM posted to alt.astronomy
herbert glazier
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On Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 11:03:51 AM UTC-7, The Starmaker wrote:
The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

https://fox17online.com/2018/10/04/1...m-for-decades/

if the rock is big enough...you can use it for a planet!

How much for the rock I'm walking on?

They should send a rover to earth and find out the origin of the universe...

it's rock it science, isn't it?

A German-French Hopping Robot Just Landed on the Surface of Asteroid Ryugu

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If landing a rover on earth (just a big rock in space) cannot explain the origin of the universe, what can an asteroid tell you?

dumb, dumb, dumb...these little men in their white suits are.

In other words, 'rocks' is just a byproduct of the universe. Rocks are not the universe.

stupid, stupid, stupid...these little men in their white suits are.

Now, if 'I' was to land a rover on Earth, ...what would 'I' find?

I would find a ball just like the others...except,

the surface contains...chemicals.

All of it...just chemicals.

maybe a few rocks here and there...

but...just mostly...chemicals

moving around the surface.

There is nothing else 'I' can find.

Or as Richard Feynman would mumble...'... from the ground: some minerals
and so forth.'

Mostly chemicals..., rocks on the ground, some minerals and so forth.

Now class, you might ask the question..."How was the Empire State Building formed?"

The answer is simple...Chemicals.

Mostly chemicals..., rocks on the ground, some minerals and so forth.

The same way Mountains are formed on Earth.


you call the chemical that makes mountains...lava.

besides the...rocks on the ground, some minerals and so forth, ... What you call a tree is just a ...chemical.

A tree is just a chemical on the surface of the earth. A tree is one hundred percent a chemical.

(you're not suppose to know this stuff) (they don't want you to know)




i tink yous people are a little too close to the trees to see a tree is just a chemical on the surface of the earth.


Is carbon a chemical?Its an element.Burn a tree and it ends in elements.Thus its in reality atoms that make elements possible.Bert
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Old October 9th 18, 10:43 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 1:22:00 PM UTC-7, Herbert Glazier wrote:
On Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 11:03:51 AM UTC-7, The Starmaker wrote:
The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

https://fox17online.com/2018/10/04/1...m-for-decades/

if the rock is big enough...you can use it for a planet!

How much for the rock I'm walking on?

They should send a rover to earth and find out the origin of the universe...

it's rock it science, isn't it?

A German-French Hopping Robot Just Landed on the Surface of Asteroid Ryugu

MASCOT, the French-German hopping robot that's part of the Hayabusa2 mission, successfully landed on the asteroid Ryugu, and completed its brief mission.
Universe Today
today
These Photos of Asteroid Ryugu from the Successful MASCOT Landing Are Amazing

Before the MASCOT lander spent 17 hours studying the asteroid Ryugu, the spacecraft captured some incredible photographs.
Space.com
yesterday
MASCOT lander sends back otherworldly views of asteroid Ryugu’s rugged terrain

Japan's Hayabusa 2 probe and the German-French MASCOT lander have teamed up to send back amazing views of an asteroid that's more than 180 million ...
GeekWire
today
This toaster-sized asteroid rover accomplished more in 17 hours than you will in your life

Even a mayfly gets about 24 hours to live before its body runs out of fuel and shuts down. MASCOT, a decidedly dead asteroid-landing robot, got just 17 hours of ...
Popular Science
today
MASCOT 2.0? Mars Moon Rover to Fly on Japanese Mission to Phobos in 2024

The hopping asteroid lander MASCOT may be dead, but its bloodline will live on — and get to explore the Mars system a few years from now. A rover will be ...
Space.com
yesterday

If landing a rover on earth (just a big rock in space) cannot explain the origin of the universe, what can an asteroid tell you?

dumb, dumb, dumb...these little men in their white suits are.

In other words, 'rocks' is just a byproduct of the universe. Rocks are not the universe.

stupid, stupid, stupid...these little men in their white suits are.

Now, if 'I' was to land a rover on Earth, ...what would 'I' find?

I would find a ball just like the others...except,

the surface contains...chemicals.

All of it...just chemicals.

maybe a few rocks here and there...

but...just mostly...chemicals

moving around the surface.

There is nothing else 'I' can find.

Or as Richard Feynman would mumble...'... from the ground: some minerals
and so forth.'

Mostly chemicals..., rocks on the ground, some minerals and so forth.

Now class, you might ask the question..."How was the Empire State Building formed?"

The answer is simple...Chemicals.

Mostly chemicals..., rocks on the ground, some minerals and so forth.

The same way Mountains are formed on Earth.

you call the chemical that makes mountains...lava.

besides the...rocks on the ground, some minerals and so forth, ... What you call a tree is just a ...chemical.

A tree is just a chemical on the surface of the earth. A tree is one hundred percent a chemical.

(you're not suppose to know this stuff) (they don't want you to know)




i tink yous people are a little too close to the trees to see a tree is just a chemical on the surface of the earth.


Is carbon a chemical?Its an element.Burn a tree and it ends in elements.Thus its in reality atoms that make elements possible.Bert



Elemental, Holmes!

Double-A

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Old October 11th 18, 09:17 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Double-A[_4_]
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Default meteorite-used-as-doorstop-on-michigan-farm-for-decades

On Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 5:37:32 PM UTC-7, The Starmaker wrote:
Herbert Glazier wrote:

On Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 11:03:51 AM UTC-7, The Starmaker wrote:
The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

https://fox17online.com/2018/10/04/1...m-for-decades/

if the rock is big enough...you can use it for a planet!

How much for the rock I'm walking on?

They should send a rover to earth and find out the origin of the universe...

it's rock it science, isn't it?

A German-French Hopping Robot Just Landed on the Surface of Asteroid Ryugu

MASCOT, the French-German hopping robot that's part of the Hayabusa2 mission, successfully landed on the asteroid Ryugu, and completed its brief mission.
Universe Today
today
These Photos of Asteroid Ryugu from the Successful MASCOT Landing Are Amazing

Before the MASCOT lander spent 17 hours studying the asteroid Ryugu, the spacecraft captured some incredible photographs.
Space.com
yesterday
MASCOT lander sends back otherworldly views of asteroid Ryugu’s rugged terrain

Japan's Hayabusa 2 probe and the German-French MASCOT lander have teamed up to send back amazing views of an asteroid that's more than 180 million ...
GeekWire
today
This toaster-sized asteroid rover accomplished more in 17 hours than you will in your life

Even a mayfly gets about 24 hours to live before its body runs out of fuel and shuts down. MASCOT, a decidedly dead asteroid-landing robot, got just 17 hours of ...
Popular Science
today
MASCOT 2.0? Mars Moon Rover to Fly on Japanese Mission to Phobos in 2024

The hopping asteroid lander MASCOT may be dead, but its bloodline will live on — and get to explore the Mars system a few years from now. A rover will be ...
Space.com
yesterday

If landing a rover on earth (just a big rock in space) cannot explain the origin of the universe, what can an asteroid tell you?

dumb, dumb, dumb...these little men in their white suits are.

In other words, 'rocks' is just a byproduct of the universe.. Rocks are not the universe.

stupid, stupid, stupid...these little men in their white suits are.

Now, if 'I' was to land a rover on Earth, ...what would 'I' find?

I would find a ball just like the others...except,

the surface contains...chemicals.

All of it...just chemicals.

maybe a few rocks here and there...

but...just mostly...chemicals

moving around the surface.

There is nothing else 'I' can find.

Or as Richard Feynman would mumble...'... from the ground: some minerals
and so forth.'

Mostly chemicals..., rocks on the ground, some minerals and so forth.

Now class, you might ask the question..."How was the Empire State Building formed?"

The answer is simple...Chemicals.

Mostly chemicals..., rocks on the ground, some minerals and so forth.

The same way Mountains are formed on Earth.

you call the chemical that makes mountains...lava.

besides the...rocks on the ground, some minerals and so forth, ... What you call a tree is just a ...chemical.

A tree is just a chemical on the surface of the earth. A tree is one hundred percent a chemical.

(you're not suppose to know this stuff) (they don't want you to know)



i tink yous people are a little too close to the trees to see a tree is just a chemical on the surface of the earth.


Is carbon a chemical?Its an element.Burn a tree and it ends in elements..Thus its in reality atoms that make elements possible.Bert




Here's a simple math...

if 50 percent of a tree is a chemical
and 50 percent of a tree is carbon (carbon is a chemical)

then how much of the tree is a chemical?


50 percent plus 50 percent = 100 percent chemical.


A tree is one hundred percent a chemical.



If a chemical can make a mountain..then certaintly all it takes is chemicals to build the Empire State building.


Now, for the hard part...the tough questions, ...


What do you call the chemical that build the Empire State Building?



The Empire State Building is composed of 60,000 tons of steel, 200,000 cubic feet of Indiana limestone and granite, 10 million bricks, and 730 tons of aluminum and stainless steel.

Double-A

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Old October 13th 18, 06:37 PM posted to alt.astronomy
herbert glazier
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Default meteorite-used-as-doorstop-on-michigan-farm-for-decades

On Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 10:43:40 AM UTC-7, The Starmaker wrote:
The Starmaker wrote:

Herbert Glazier wrote:

On Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 11:03:51 AM UTC-7, The Starmaker wrote:
The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

The Starmaker wrote:

https://fox17online.com/2018/10/04/1...m-for-decades/

if the rock is big enough...you can use it for a planet!

How much for the rock I'm walking on?

They should send a rover to earth and find out the origin of the universe...

it's rock it science, isn't it?

A German-French Hopping Robot Just Landed on the Surface of Asteroid Ryugu

MASCOT, the French-German hopping robot that's part of the Hayabusa2 mission, successfully landed on the asteroid Ryugu, and completed its brief mission.
Universe Today
today
These Photos of Asteroid Ryugu from the Successful MASCOT Landing Are Amazing

Before the MASCOT lander spent 17 hours studying the asteroid Ryugu, the spacecraft captured some incredible photographs.
Space.com
yesterday
MASCOT lander sends back otherworldly views of asteroid Ryugu’s rugged terrain

Japan's Hayabusa 2 probe and the German-French MASCOT lander have teamed up to send back amazing views of an asteroid that's more than 180 million ...
GeekWire
today
This toaster-sized asteroid rover accomplished more in 17 hours than you will in your life

Even a mayfly gets about 24 hours to live before its body runs out of fuel and shuts down. MASCOT, a decidedly dead asteroid-landing robot, got just 17 hours of ...
Popular Science
today
MASCOT 2.0? Mars Moon Rover to Fly on Japanese Mission to Phobos in 2024

The hopping asteroid lander MASCOT may be dead, but its bloodline will live on — and get to explore the Mars system a few years from now. A rover will be ...
Space.com
yesterday

If landing a rover on earth (just a big rock in space) cannot explain the origin of the universe, what can an asteroid tell you?

dumb, dumb, dumb...these little men in their white suits are.

In other words, 'rocks' is just a byproduct of the universe. Rocks are not the universe.

stupid, stupid, stupid...these little men in their white suits are.

Now, if 'I' was to land a rover on Earth, ...what would 'I' find?

I would find a ball just like the others...except,

the surface contains...chemicals.

All of it...just chemicals.

maybe a few rocks here and there...

but...just mostly...chemicals

moving around the surface.

There is nothing else 'I' can find.

Or as Richard Feynman would mumble...'... from the ground: some minerals
and so forth.'

Mostly chemicals..., rocks on the ground, some minerals and so forth.

Now class, you might ask the question..."How was the Empire State Building formed?"

The answer is simple...Chemicals.

Mostly chemicals..., rocks on the ground, some minerals and so forth.

The same way Mountains are formed on Earth.

you call the chemical that makes mountains...lava.

besides the...rocks on the ground, some minerals and so forth, .... What you call a tree is just a ...chemical.

A tree is just a chemical on the surface of the earth. A tree is one hundred percent a chemical.

(you're not suppose to know this stuff) (they don't want you to know)



i tink yous people are a little too close to the trees to see a tree is just a chemical on the surface of the earth.

Is carbon a chemical?Its an element.Burn a tree and it ends in elements.Thus its in reality atoms that make elements possible.Bert


Here's a simple math...

if 50 percent of a tree is a chemical
and 50 percent of a tree is carbon (carbon is a chemical)

then how much of the tree is a chemical?

50 percent plus 50 percent = 100 percent chemical.

A tree is one hundred percent a chemical.

If a chemical can make a mountain..then certaintly all it takes is chemicals to build the Empire State building.

Now, for the hard part...the tough questions, ...

What do you call the chemical that build the Empire State Building?



On the surface of the earth are chemicals moving about the earth that no only are smart enough to
build mountains...but can build the Empire State Building. This chemical that builds building is
called the human body.

This chemical that moves around the surface of the earth...searching for food and so forth..gets it's ...abilities
from...the sun.

In other words, it's is the 'force' of the sun that drives the chemicals on the surface of the earth.


It is the sun that makes the chemicals, and drives it around the surface of the earth.


So, what you have is just a bunch of chemicals on the surface of the earth...(some with big egos).


How does the Sun make an ego?


Life is a chemical + electrical machine.Microbes control its chemical,and our brain waves are 100% EM.Electricity beats are heart.Gives us our senses Nerves conduct are bodies electric flow Bert
 




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