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Old April 21st 14, 03:52 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Hägar
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Default NASA slams spacecraft into Dark Side of the Moon ...

Alas ... they didn't contact our resident wizard in everything
galactic, namely the GuthBall, for the exact location, the speed of
impact, the correct paramagnetic location and most of all, what kind
of sensors they should have used.
So the entire project will be a waste of time, not to mention taxpayer
dollars, according to our Master Leaky Boat Patcher, GuthBall, who
is much smarter than the average bear.

http://www.theverge.com/2014/4/19/56...des-with-crash

After all, a moron who sees artificial structures on Venus, a planet
so hot that mankind will probably never, ever set foot on its surface.

He also predicts that the Solar System is on a collision course with
the Sirius Star system ... so the dude known everything there is to
know, almost as smart as my wife.

As the great Einstein mused, the difference between stupidity and
genius is that genius has its limits ... and we all know towards
which way the Goth leans.
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Old April 21st 14, 09:54 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Bast[_2_]
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Default NASA slams spacecraft into Dark Side of the Moon ...



Hägar wrote:
Alas ... they didn't contact our resident wizard in everything
galactic, namely the GuthBall, for the exact location, the speed of
impact, the correct paramagnetic location and most of all, what kind
of sensors they should have used.
So the entire project will be a waste of time, not to mention taxpayer
dollars, according to our Master Leaky Boat Patcher, GuthBall, who
is much smarter than the average bear.

http://www.theverge.com/2014/4/19/56...des-with-crash

After all, a moron who sees artificial structures on Venus, a planet
so hot that mankind will probably never, ever set foot on its surface.

He also predicts that the Solar System is on a collision course with
the Sirius Star system ... so the dude known everything there is to
know, almost as smart as my wife.

As the great Einstein mused, the difference between stupidity and
genius is that genius has its limits ... and we all know towards
which way the Goth leans.






So they spent billions of dollars to deliberately crash an old coke machine
into the back of the moon,.....to stir up dust that we can't see from earth
??

Oh good,....I was worried they might be WASTING our money, on something
pointless.


  #3  
Old April 21st 14, 10:27 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Brad Guth[_3_]
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Default NASA slams spacecraft into Dark Side of the Moon ...

On Monday, April 21, 2014 1:54:21 PM UTC-7, Bast wrote:
Hägar wrote:

Alas ... they didn't contact our resident wizard in everything


galactic, namely the GuthBall, for the exact location, the speed of


impact, the correct paramagnetic location and most of all, what kind


of sensors they should have used.


So the entire project will be a waste of time, not to mention taxpayer


dollars, according to our Master Leaky Boat Patcher, GuthBall, who


is much smarter than the average bear.




http://www.theverge.com/2014/4/19/56...des-with-crash




After all, a moron who sees artificial structures on Venus, a planet


so hot that mankind will probably never, ever set foot on its surface.




He also predicts that the Solar System is on a collision course with


the Sirius Star system ... so the dude known everything there is to


know, almost as smart as my wife.




As the great Einstein mused, the difference between stupidity and


genius is that genius has its limits ... and we all know towards


which way the Goth leans.





So they spent billions of dollars to deliberately crash an old coke machine
into the back of the moon,.....to stir up dust that we can't see from earth
??

Oh good,....I was worried they might be WASTING our money, on something
pointless.


They wouldn't want to upset any existing context of their NASA/Apollo era.


  #4  
Old April 21st 14, 11:17 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Hägar
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Default NASA slams spacecraft into Dark Side of the Moon ...

Bast wrote on 4/21/2014 :

Hägar wrote:
Alas ... they didn't contact our resident wizard in everything
galactic, namely the GuthBall, for the exact location, the speed of
impact, the correct paramagnetic location and most of all, what kind
of sensors they should have used.
So the entire project will be a waste of time, not to mention taxpayer
dollars, according to our Master Leaky Boat Patcher, GuthBall, who
is much smarter than the average bear.

http://www.theverge.com/2014/4/19/56...des-with-crash

After all, a moron who sees artificial structures on Venus, a planet
so hot that mankind will probably never, ever set foot on its surface.

He also predicts that the Solar System is on a collision course with
the Sirius Star system ... so the dude known everything there is to
know, almost as smart as my wife.

As the great Einstein mused, the difference between stupidity and
genius is that genius has its limits ... and we all know towards
which way the Goth leans.






So they spent billions of dollars to deliberately crash an old coke machine
into the back of the moon,.....to stir up dust that we can't see from earth
??


Oh good,....I was worried they might be WASTING our money, on something
pointless.




*** The "Old Coke Machine" performed flawlessly for the durations of
its design-life cycle. Here on Earth, when woman become useless, men
divorce them and they become Lazzbeans. It sure would be a lot more
fun if we could also crash them onto the Dark Side of the Moon,
accompanied by the haunting sounds of Pink Floyd guitar riffs ...
But that would cause pollution ...
  #5  
Old April 21st 14, 11:18 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Hägar
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Default NASA slams spacecraft into Dark Side of the Moon ...

Brad Guth was thinking very hard :
On Monday, April 21, 2014 1:54:21 PM UTC-7, Bast wrote:
Hägar wrote:

Alas ... they didn't contact our resident wizard in everything
galactic, namely the GuthBall, for the exact location, the speed of
impact, the correct paramagnetic location and most of all, what kind
of sensors they should have used.


So the entire project will be a waste of time, not to mention taxpayer
dollars, according to our Master Leaky Boat Patcher, GuthBall, who
is much smarter than the average bear.


http://www.theverge.com/2014/4/19/56...des-with-crash


After all, a moron who sees artificial structures on Venus, a planet
so hot that mankind will probably never, ever set foot on its surface.


He also predicts that the Solar System is on a collision course with
the Sirius Star system ... so the dude known everything there is to
know, almost as smart as my wife.




As the great Einstein mused, the difference between stupidity and
genius is that genius has its limits ... and we all know towards
which way the Goth leans.





So they spent billions of dollars to deliberately crash an old coke machine
into the back of the moon,.....to stir up dust that we can't see from earth
??

Oh good,....I was worried they might be WASTING our money, on something
pointless.


They wouldn't want to upset any existing context of their NASA/Apollo era.




*** NASA forgot to ask you again, Goth ... when will they ever learn ..
  #6  
Old April 21st 14, 11:30 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Brad Guth[_3_]
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Default NASA slams spacecraft into Dark Side of the Moon ...

On Monday, April 21, 2014 3:18:46 PM UTC-7, Hägar wrote:
Brad Guth was thinking very hard :

On Monday, April 21, 2014 1:54:21 PM UTC-7, Bast wrote:


Hägar wrote:




Alas ... they didn't contact our resident wizard in everything


galactic, namely the GuthBall, for the exact location, the speed of


impact, the correct paramagnetic location and most of all, what kind


of sensors they should have used.




So the entire project will be a waste of time, not to mention taxpayer


dollars, according to our Master Leaky Boat Patcher, GuthBall, who


is much smarter than the average bear.






http://www.theverge.com/2014/4/19/56...des-with-crash






After all, a moron who sees artificial structures on Venus, a planet


so hot that mankind will probably never, ever set foot on its surface..






He also predicts that the Solar System is on a collision course with


the Sirius Star system ... so the dude known everything there is to


know, almost as smart as my wife.








As the great Einstein mused, the difference between stupidity and


genius is that genius has its limits ... and we all know towards


which way the Goth leans.










So they spent billions of dollars to deliberately crash an old coke machine


into the back of the moon,.....to stir up dust that we can't see from earth


??




Oh good,....I was worried they might be WASTING our money, on something


pointless.



They wouldn't want to upset any existing context of their NASA/Apollo era.


*** NASA forgot to ask you again, Goth ... when will they ever learn ..


What else is orbiting and even navigating and otherwise multiple hitting or soft-impacting our moon? (not of anything officially announced by our NASA, JPL or ASU, and it's not of exactly small stuff either). These substantial items were going way too fast to be orbiting, So what exactly are they if not some part of those Sirius asteroids and the truly enormous Oort cloud of considerable debris (conceivably a millionfold more than our Oort cloud has to offer) that we're passing through.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ce0FljPKh14#t=270
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rPUhZSnlUI

It's like we're seeing a shallow glancing blow after blow after blow, by something truly tough and large, and as per usual our JPL, ASU and NASA are remaining dead silent on this one, as they consistently do with all independent research and interpretations by outsiders.

Our moon is by far the most imaged and video recorded item, and those cameras of our NASA, JPL, ASU, USAF and more than a few other public funded agencies have imaging technology that is always at least tenfold and even some thousandfold better than anything accomplished by outsiders/civilians.

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Old April 22nd 14, 01:33 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Hägar
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Posts: 3,511
Default NASA slams spacecraft into Dark Side of the Moon ...



"Brad Guth" wrote in message
...

On Monday, April 21, 2014 3:18:46 PM UTC-7, Hägar wrote:
Brad Guth was thinking very hard :

On Monday, April 21, 2014 1:54:21 PM UTC-7, Bast wrote:


Hägar wrote:




Alas ... they didn't contact our resident wizard in everything


galactic, namely the GuthBall, for the exact location, the speed of


impact, the correct paramagnetic location and most of all, what kind


of sensors they should have used.




So the entire project will be a waste of time, not to mention taxpayer


dollars, according to our Master Leaky Boat Patcher, GuthBall, who


is much smarter than the average bear.






http://www.theverge.com/2014/4/19/56...des-with-crash






After all, a moron who sees artificial structures on Venus, a planet


so hot that mankind will probably never, ever set foot on its surface.






He also predicts that the Solar System is on a collision course with


the Sirius Star system ... so the dude known everything there is to


know, almost as smart as my wife.








As the great Einstein mused, the difference between stupidity and


genius is that genius has its limits ... and we all know towards


which way the Goth leans.










So they spent billions of dollars to deliberately crash an old coke
machine


into the back of the moon,.....to stir up dust that we can't see from
earth


??




Oh good,....I was worried they might be WASTING our money, on something


pointless.



They wouldn't want to upset any existing context of their NASA/Apollo
era.


*** NASA forgot to ask you again, Goth ... when will they ever learn ..


What else is orbiting and even navigating and otherwise multiple hitting or
soft-impacting our moon? (not of anything officially announced by our NASA,
JPL or ASU, and it's not of exactly small stuff either). These substantial
items were going way too fast to be orbiting, So what exactly are they if
not some part of those Sirius asteroids and the truly enormous Oort cloud of
considerable debris (conceivably a millionfold more than our Oort cloud has
to offer) that we're passing through.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ce0FljPKh14#t=270
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rPUhZSnlUI

It's like we're seeing a shallow glancing blow after blow after blow, by
something truly tough and large, and as per usual our JPL, ASU and NASA are
remaining dead silent on this one, as they consistently do with all
independent research and interpretations by outsiders.

Our moon is by far the most imaged and video recorded item, and those
cameras of our NASA, JPL, ASU, USAF and more than a few other public funded
agencies have imaging technology that is always at least tenfold and even
some thousandfold better than anything accomplished by outsiders/civilians.


*** I see your brain is still malfunctioning, Goth ... don't you ever
get tired of babbling the same old nonsense, day in, day out ...
dance, little dumb-ass puppet ... dance ...

  #8  
Old April 22nd 14, 03:04 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Bast[_2_]
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Default NASA slams spacecraft into Dark Side of the Moon ...



Hägar wrote:
"Brad Guth" wrote in message
...

On Monday, April 21, 2014 3:18:46 PM UTC-7, Hägar wrote:
Brad Guth was thinking very hard :

On Monday, April 21, 2014 1:54:21 PM UTC-7, Bast wrote:


Hägar wrote:




Alas ... they didn't contact our resident wizard in everything


galactic, namely the GuthBall, for the exact location, the speed of


impact, the correct paramagnetic location and most of all, what kind


of sensors they should have used.




So the entire project will be a waste of time, not to mention
taxpayer


dollars, according to our Master Leaky Boat Patcher, GuthBall, who


is much smarter than the average bear.






http://www.theverge.com/2014/4/19/56...des-with-crash






After all, a moron who sees artificial structures on Venus, a planet


so hot that mankind will probably never, ever set foot on its
surface.






He also predicts that the Solar System is on a collision course with


the Sirius Star system ... so the dude known everything there is to


know, almost as smart as my wife.








As the great Einstein mused, the difference between stupidity and


genius is that genius has its limits ... and we all know towards


which way the Goth leans.










So they spent billions of dollars to deliberately crash an old coke
machine


into the back of the moon,.....to stir up dust that we can't see from
earth


??




Oh good,....I was worried they might be WASTING our money, on
something


pointless.



They wouldn't want to upset any existing context of their NASA/Apollo
era.


*** NASA forgot to ask you again, Goth ... when will they ever learn ..


What else is orbiting and even navigating and otherwise multiple
hitting or soft-impacting our moon? (not of anything officially
announced by our NASA, JPL or ASU, and it's not of exactly small stuff
either). These substantial items were going way too fast to be
orbiting, So what exactly are they if not some part of those Sirius
asteroids and the truly enormous Oort cloud of considerable debris
(conceivably a millionfold more than our Oort cloud has to offer) that
we're passing through. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ce0FljPKh14#t=270
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rPUhZSnlUI

It's like we're seeing a shallow glancing blow after blow after blow, by
something truly tough and large, and as per usual our JPL, ASU and NASA
are remaining dead silent on this one, as they consistently do with all
independent research and interpretations by outsiders.

Our moon is by far the most imaged and video recorded item, and those
cameras of our NASA, JPL, ASU, USAF and more than a few other public
funded agencies have imaging technology that is always at least tenfold
and even some thousandfold better than anything accomplished by
outsiders/civilians.

*** I see your brain is still malfunctioning, Goth ... don't you ever
get tired of babbling the same old nonsense, day in, day out ...
dance, little dumb-ass puppet ... dance ...







Awww I'm sure all the data NASA claimed they got is legitimate.

Just like their shots of the moon landing sites they now claim they took
with Hubble.

http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/1..._image3_lg.jpg


Gee, remember when they were saying that they couldn't take pictures of the
moon with hubble because it was too bright,....but still managed to release
these.
.....NOPE,....nothing at all wrong with that story.


  #9  
Old April 22nd 14, 03:14 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Brad Guth[_3_]
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Default NASA slams spacecraft into Dark Side of the Moon ...

On Tuesday, April 22, 2014 5:33:40 AM UTC-7, Hägar wrote:
"Brad Guth" wrote in message

...



On Monday, April 21, 2014 3:18:46 PM UTC-7, Hägar wrote:

Brad Guth was thinking very hard :




On Monday, April 21, 2014 1:54:21 PM UTC-7, Bast wrote:




Hägar wrote:








Alas ... they didn't contact our resident wizard in everything




galactic, namely the GuthBall, for the exact location, the speed of




impact, the correct paramagnetic location and most of all, what kind




of sensors they should have used.








So the entire project will be a waste of time, not to mention taxpayer




dollars, according to our Master Leaky Boat Patcher, GuthBall, who




is much smarter than the average bear.












http://www.theverge.com/2014/4/19/56...des-with-crash












After all, a moron who sees artificial structures on Venus, a planet




so hot that mankind will probably never, ever set foot on its surface.












He also predicts that the Solar System is on a collision course with




the Sirius Star system ... so the dude known everything there is to




know, almost as smart as my wife.
















As the great Einstein mused, the difference between stupidity and




genius is that genius has its limits ... and we all know towards




which way the Goth leans.




















So they spent billions of dollars to deliberately crash an old coke


machine




into the back of the moon,.....to stir up dust that we can't see from


earth




??








Oh good,....I was worried they might be WASTING our money, on something




pointless.






They wouldn't want to upset any existing context of their NASA/Apollo


era.




*** NASA forgot to ask you again, Goth ... when will they ever learn ..




What else is orbiting and even navigating and otherwise multiple hitting or

soft-impacting our moon? (not of anything officially announced by our NASA,

JPL or ASU, and it's not of exactly small stuff either). These substantial

items were going way too fast to be orbiting, So what exactly are they if

not some part of those Sirius asteroids and the truly enormous Oort cloud of

considerable debris (conceivably a millionfold more than our Oort cloud has

to offer) that we're passing through.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ce0FljPKh14#t=270

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rPUhZSnlUI



It's like we're seeing a shallow glancing blow after blow after blow, by

something truly tough and large, and as per usual our JPL, ASU and NASA are

remaining dead silent on this one, as they consistently do with all

independent research and interpretations by outsiders.



Our moon is by far the most imaged and video recorded item, and those

cameras of our NASA, JPL, ASU, USAF and more than a few other public funded

agencies have imaging technology that is always at least tenfold and even

some thousandfold better than anything accomplished by outsiders/civilians.





*** I see your brain is still malfunctioning, Goth ... don't you ever

get tired of babbling the same old nonsense, day in, day out ...

dance, little dumb-ass puppet ... dance ...


Are you suggesting that retail consumer cameras put bogus artifacts into their images?
  #10  
Old April 22nd 14, 03:51 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Hägar
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Default NASA slams spacecraft into Dark Side of the Moon ...

on 4/22/2014, Bast supposed :

Hägar wrote:
"Brad Guth" wrote in message
...

On Monday, April 21, 2014 3:18:46 PM UTC-7, Hägar wrote:
Brad Guth was thinking very hard :

On Monday, April 21, 2014 1:54:21 PM UTC-7, Bast wrote:

Hägar wrote:



Alas ... they didn't contact our resident wizard in everything

galactic, namely the GuthBall, for the exact location, the speed of

impact, the correct paramagnetic location and most of all, what kind

of sensors they should have used.



So the entire project will be a waste of time, not to mention
taxpayer

dollars, according to our Master Leaky Boat Patcher, GuthBall, who

is much smarter than the average bear.





http://www.theverge.com/2014/4/19/56...des-with-crash





After all, a moron who sees artificial structures on Venus, a planet

so hot that mankind will probably never, ever set foot on its
surface.





He also predicts that the Solar System is on a collision course with

the Sirius Star system ... so the dude known everything there is to

know, almost as smart as my wife.







As the great Einstein mused, the difference between stupidity and

genius is that genius has its limits ... and we all know towards

which way the Goth leans.









So they spent billions of dollars to deliberately crash an old coke
machine

into the back of the moon,.....to stir up dust that we can't see from
earth

??



Oh good,....I was worried they might be WASTING our money, on
something

pointless.


They wouldn't want to upset any existing context of their NASA/Apollo
era.

*** NASA forgot to ask you again, Goth ... when will they ever learn ..


What else is orbiting and even navigating and otherwise multiple
hitting or soft-impacting our moon? (not of anything officially
announced by our NASA, JPL or ASU, and it's not of exactly small stuff
either). These substantial items were going way too fast to be
orbiting, So what exactly are they if not some part of those Sirius
asteroids and the truly enormous Oort cloud of considerable debris
(conceivably a millionfold more than our Oort cloud has to offer) that
we're passing through. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ce0FljPKh14#t=270
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rPUhZSnlUI

It's like we're seeing a shallow glancing blow after blow after blow, by
something truly tough and large, and as per usual our JPL, ASU and NASA
are remaining dead silent on this one, as they consistently do with all
independent research and interpretations by outsiders.

Our moon is by far the most imaged and video recorded item, and those
cameras of our NASA, JPL, ASU, USAF and more than a few other public
funded agencies have imaging technology that is always at least tenfold
and even some thousandfold better than anything accomplished by
outsiders/civilians.

*** I see your brain is still malfunctioning, Goth ... don't you ever
get tired of babbling the same old nonsense, day in, day out ...
dance, little dumb-ass puppet ... dance ...







Awww I'm sure all the data NASA claimed they got is legitimate.


Just like their shots of the moon landing sites they now claim they took with
Hubble.


http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/1..._image3_lg.jpg



Gee, remember when they were saying that they couldn't take pictures of the
moon with hubble because it was too bright,....but still managed to release
these.
....NOPE,....nothing at all wrong with that story.




*** These photos were NOT taken by Hubble, for the very reason you
mentioned. I am surprised that a dumb-ass Lezz even knows anything
about exposure and camera design. But as usual, you manage to screw
it up ... I bet you have a poster of that bloated pig and heroine to
all raging Lezzbos, Rosie O'Donnell, in your bathroom ... though I
have to admit, it works a lot better than sticking a finger down
your throat ...
 




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