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Geek-the-Mage 4 points ago +4 / -0

I don't think you have to agree with someone on all the issues. There's value in having someone like Dr. Peterson on the public stage adding to the public discourse because he talks a lot of sense. Too many people on these forums categorize people as all good or all bad... (if you're for this one thing I disagree with, you're a shill!)

Take the good and leave the bad. No reason to "cancel" people because you don't agree with them 100%.

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Geek-the-Mage 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't follow your conclusion there, could you elaborate a bit?

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Geek-the-Mage 3 points ago +3 / -0

This isn't a coded message... it's just Elon trolling the internet again. He does this frequently for laughs. You should see the number of people who were horrified that he has "guns" even though they're just props.

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Geek-the-Mage 3 points ago +3 / -0

If true, it's concerning that he would lie about it, but a lot of successful tech startups were created by college dropouts.

I noticed this is all being posted by an account called "capitolhunters" - who are working with law enforcement to find and punish people involved in the Jan. 6 "insurrection". Not exactly a source I would go to for information on Elon Musk's past, but the documents provided were pretty convincing.

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Geek-the-Mage 0 points ago +1 / -1

I suspect people who believe this stuff are looking for a way to avoid accountability for their own actions. Or they can't accept some people are capable of horrific acts because it undermines some part of their belief system. It doesn't make sense to blame the unseen and unknowable for something in plain view.

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Geek-the-Mage -1 points ago +2 / -3

This is nutty. You don't have a shred of evidence that demons exist, let alone that they are controlling people through music and technology. Everything that is blamed on demons is stuff humans are fully capable of on their own.

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Geek-the-Mage 1 point ago +4 / -3

Not everything is a conspiracy. What you're attributing to conspiracy is marketplace action at work. It just happens that Musk has enough concentrated capital and leadership clout to make decisions like that. It's kind of nutty to imagine having that much power.

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Geek-the-Mage 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's a good point. I haven't done the math but my gut tells me the earth's orbit around the sun is almost circular so the acceleration is probably too small to notice given that it takes A YEAR to complete one orbit.

I just looked up the flight path for the Orion capsule and it's pretty impressive. It took off from earth to meet up with where the moon would be by the time it got there, used the moon's gravity to fling it away in the opposite direction, and it's now on its way to meet up with the moon a second time and use its gravity to fling it back toward earth for a landing.

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Geek-the-Mage 1 point ago +2 / -1

Isn't the official story that they found out about it after the war? It wasn't part of the wartime propaganda.

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Geek-the-Mage 1 point ago +2 / -1

Yeah I agree. There may be an explanation for it that's not obvious to the average person without knowledge of the limitations of modern cameras. NASA tends to use older technology that they have hardened against radiation rather than the latest and greatest. Still, the moon image was blurry and full of compression artifacts while the Orion craft was crisp. Could be that the craft was perfectly still relative to the camera while the moon was not and the antialiasing software couldn't handle it. I just don't know enough about digital cameras to come up with a theory.

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Geek-the-Mage 2 points ago +2 / -0

I suppose bandwidth could be an issue, especially that far from earth. I doubt they could livestream it at that resolution. Still, I had hoped the video would be better than it was,

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Geek-the-Mage 3 points ago +3 / -0

With elliptical orbits like this one the speed changes depending on where you're at in the orbit. The craft slows down as it moves toward the apex and speeds up afterward. Think of it as a car coasting up a hill and having enough momentum to go over the top, then picking up speed again as it rolls down the other side.

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Geek-the-Mage 2 points ago +3 / -1

Look, I believe in the mainstream stuff about space and even I thought this livestream looked bad. No high-res closeup video of the moon, just blurry wide angle shots. I'm hoping they recorded the back side of the moon when the capsule was only 80 miles away from the surface.

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Geek-the-Mage 2 points ago +2 / -0

Dude... muzzle discipline!

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Geek-the-Mage 1 point ago +2 / -1

How would the thief know what day and time to check your mailbox? I'm not saying it's fake, but as an operation it has some difficulties.

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Geek-the-Mage 1 point ago +1 / -0

As I used to fly to Denver frequently for business I have done some research on Blucifer. Apparently it is a statue of a mustang and now resides on Broncos stadium. I think the ongoing remodel of Denver airport was an opportunity to get rid of all the creepy artwork.

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Geek-the-Mage 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thought provoking post! I also think the cycle is longer than 80 years, perhaps hundreds of years. When was the last calendar reset? Now every day is a "National _____" day.

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Geek-the-Mage 3 points ago +4 / -1

I don't think this is a conspiracy. Technology can be lost to time just like any information we have. The theory that the universe is slowly moving from order to chaos (entropy) supports the idea.

The other thought I have on this is the people who crafted these blocks probably spent a lot of time crafting each piece that we just wouldn't find acceptable after the industrial revolution. Since every block had to be cut and crafted by hand anyway, they had the time to make them fit perfectly, but buildings and temples took decades to build instead of months. That kind of construction just isn't done anymore - it's not acceptable to anyone to commission a building and wait 40 years for its completion.

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Geek-the-Mage 1 point ago +1 / -0

Clickbait headline. The airport websites may have been targeted, not airport operations.

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Geek-the-Mage 2 points ago +2 / -0

I jumped ship a couple years ago when they started freezing the accounts of their political enemies.

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Geek-the-Mage 2 points ago +3 / -1

I think he quit the Western NWO and is fashioning his own version. Still an enemy of the common man. We're watching giants fight while trying not to get stepped on.

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