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clemaneuverers 4 points ago +4 / -0

Ellen Degenerate shills Alexa's for the NSA/CIA , maybe called in a favor? Although I read heche had become a rotten drunk, bit of a junkie, so maybe nothing.

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clemaneuverers 8 points ago +8 / -0

Thanks for the update. I keep meaning to check in but I can't be bothered. My main account (this username) was banned soon after 2020 election (I think), and my alts were promptly banned too. We have this place now, which is nice. We should try and get more people to come over. it's like old reddit, maybe a bit of a step down functionality wise, but then reddit was a bit of a bloated fatbody, even old-reddit.

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clemaneuverers 2 points ago +2 / -0

It is interesting how at that location on google earth it's super low res Jpeg, you only see white; but nearby, a little bit away from the station coordinates, there are 3 random patches of high resolution images in a sea of jpeg:

https://imgur.com/hhopgbG

EDIT: Actually there are 5 patches of high res in the vicinity, but none at the exact location of the station, which is said to be somewhere in the red circle:

https://imgur.com/s9BZF63

If I type in Google Earth the coordinates from the Amunsden-Scoot Station wikipedia page, and click enter, it flies to that location above, which is where the red circle is in the next image; but if you zoom out you see that the locator arrow for those coordinates is actually much further out in the middle of the plain at the actual pole:

https://imgur.com/43jvLss

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clemaneuverers [M] 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think they probably deleted the post but it didn't completely erase from the website since it was buggier back then... it should say @deleted' in place of a title when a post is deleted, and then you'd have to have to url to get to it, the search function wouldn't find it (I think).

Anyway, nothing comes up (except this post now) when I search 'humpty' on either the -communities.win/c/conpiracies- or the -scored.co/c/conspiracies- urls.

Side note: are most people still using conspiracies.win url? I don't believe that version of the website is actively being updated along with the other iterations. Changes made to css don't filter down to that url for example. At some point we may lose it like ConsumeProduct lost theirs - just a heads up.

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clemaneuverers [M] 7 points ago +7 / -0

Looks like their consumeproduct.win url was closed down since they are out of touch with that actual owner of the domain and he neglected to update it or something. They still have the communities.win long url and scored.co urls, and they appear to have opened their own website anyway, arete something. This place got pretty complicated, but basically conspiracies has 3 different urls as well.

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clemaneuverers 2 points ago +2 / -0

Seems like a good summary video, if a little silly. I read "who built the moon?" which is probably a major source for his video. It's not true that to consider this theory you must concede that we went tot the moon, since many moon rocks said to have been collected from the moons surface could actually have been collected from the earth, rocks thrown up from the moon during asteroid collisions which are then captured by the earths gravity. Specifically in places like Antarctica or Deserts.

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clemaneuverers 2 points ago +2 / -0

That cheery little UN infographic animation is pretty hilarious - it's basically an inadvertent admission that the UN is behind the "coronavirus pandemic" - which of course they are, since it's their newly re-defined definition of pandemic that was used, and their scientists (Drosten) who declared a new virus.

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clemaneuverers 2 points ago +2 / -0

Psychology doesn't want you to pay heed to conspiracy theories because psychology is pseudo-scientific quackery, prolonged and supported by Medical industrial complex to sell anti-depressants, and by Psychologists/psychoanalysts to stay in work. Go to a "therapist" once or twice and you'll begin to have the feeling you need to go once a week for the rest of your life... hmm where did that idea come from? Any way, better make an appointment for next week, we're making such good progress... They are subtle scam artists.

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clemaneuverers 4 points ago +4 / -0

Interesting, but doesn't explain the shots that were fired from helicopter, there's a video pointing them out.

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clemaneuverers 2 points ago +3 / -1

The pic in the post:

https://imgur.com/a/9clrddR

No extreme gore, a few glimpses of blood. I wont link the video because that IS gory. Not sure if the catbox link in the image still works, apparently catbox has been taking it down when uploaded...

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clemaneuverers 4 points ago +5 / -1

Older versions of the page can be seen here: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Recession&oldid=954008074 Going back all the way to the very first article it was prominently defined as a fall in GNP for 2 successive quarters. 2003: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Recession&oldid=755277 At some point that definition was moved down to the bottom of the 1st paragraph and labelled as a "UK definition", as it stands now. There have been almost 100 edits made to the page between 25th and 29th of July: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Recession&offset=20220728142727%7C1100952636&action=history

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clemaneuverers 0 points ago +1 / -1

Older versions of the page can be seen here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Recession&oldid=954008074

Going back all the way to the very first article it was prominently defined as a fall in GNP for 2 successive quarters.

2003: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Recession&oldid=755277

At some point that definition was moved down to the bottom of the 1st paragraph and labelled as a "UK definition", as it stands now. There have been almost 100 edits made to the page between 25th and 29th of July:

https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Recession&offset=20220728142727%7C1100952636&action=history

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clemaneuverers [M] 3 points ago +4 / -1

Thanks!

I'm going to add a permalink to this post in the book list for the moment, until I see if I can fit them all in as individual links. Wiki pages have a character limit, we reached it once already so I might need to add a second page.

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clemaneuverers 1 point ago +1 / -0

Again, I didn't write that article or thread, I just provided a link because I thought it was interesting. Which it was.

You, however, did come up with the notion that this woman has stolen the identity of one Purnima Wagh... because of a perceived typo... with zero proper searching or evidence to indicate such.. in fact ignoring evidence to the contrary...

lmao. what a loon..

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clemaneuverers 1 point ago +2 / -1

The whole "if a tree falls in the woods and no one is around, does it make a sound?" is often appropriated by quantum aficionados in modern times, but it is actually a Buddhist rhetorical question, not a quantum theoretical problem. The idea is that, without an ear around to acknowledge the sound (ignoring that this is pretty much not possible on this earth, there is some kind of animal with ears that will always here it), can we say for certain it happened? It's supposed to lead the thinking person to the inevitable conclusion that the only certainty in life is death, not make one wonder if life is a simulation or whatever. The quantum interpretation is scientific appropriation of religion.

How about the universe.. if something exploded from a beginning.. how's that work.. at some point there's none of the shit that exploded

I found a book recently that I'm looking forward to reading:

"The Big Bang Never Happened: A Startling Refutation of the Dominant Theory of the Origin of the Universe" by Eric J. Lerner.

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clemaneuverers 3 points ago +4 / -1

Photographically speaking it's actually quite a complex topic, even on the ground: the way focus is affected by the curve of the lens used, in relation to the distance, perspective and/or curve of what is being photographed - there are even special lenses used to account for this affect (tilt-shift lenses), BUT, ironically, they are often used in photography and film to PRODUCE the effect where it doesn't appear - so it gets even more complicated:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tilt%E2%80%93shift_photography

The effect is often used to make large expansive scenes appear distorted and small, to make landscapes look like they are miniature models, or further away than they are.

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clemaneuverers 5 points ago +6 / -1

BTW I believe from reading online, that the second actor in that thread, Luka, was the main "conspiracy theorist" in the group - an act to portray truth seekers as ridiculous?

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