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jack4455667788 1 point ago +2 / -1

Look for a connection between him and alex.

Or just drop it, and accept alex/infowars for the controlled opposition he/it is.

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jack4455667788 4 points ago +5 / -1

Controlled opposition.

Look up bill hicks if you feel like it. Infowars is to be avoided like the plague.

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jack4455667788 3 points ago +3 / -0

I am a big fan of satire - the comment was simply stupid and potentially dangerous.

It's also wrong, as three weeks without food is completely achievable (even trivially so).

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jack4455667788 3 points ago +3 / -0

They were lying/wrong about the food. Especially for obese people - you can go months if not years.

Water (and electrolytes) is a hard requirement to my knowledge, and staring at the sun does cause damage (which can be permanent if you are not careful).

Encouraging dry fasts and sungazing is one thing, encouraging people to blind themselves because you think it's funny/justified is not.

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jack4455667788 1 point ago +1 / -0

He jewed the hell out of that song.

Well done.

Unfortunately he's not on our side :(

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jack4455667788 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lol.

You sound like you may have an interest in the subject!

If so, please join us on the community I created to exchange views on it!

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jack4455667788 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hey there!

To you, and all, who have an interest in this subject please join us on the community I created to explore, discuss, and exchange our views about it!

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jack4455667788 2 points ago +2 / -0

Mars is fake.

The planet (aka light in the sky, wandering star) is real. It is not terra firma, and cannot be landed upon (doesn't have "mountains" or "faces").

Earth is not a planet.

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jack4455667788 1 point ago +1 / -0

The moon is not a rock that perpetually floats above our heads and never falls, nor made of cheese. That's unscientific and stupid!

Thanks for sharing this, and please join us on the community I created to discuss, explore, and share our views on topics like this!

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jack4455667788 2 points ago +2 / -0

I suspect this is correct. It may even be a reflection/"hologram" drawn in ionized plasma in the rarefied air (the reason for its monochromatic palette)

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jack4455667788 1 point ago +1 / -0

Please join us on the community I created to discuss, explore, and share such things!

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jack4455667788 1 point ago +1 / -0

I know it sounds (and is) crazy, but there are a lot of psychos in the world who do ritual shit like this.

Turns out they are pretty high up in the ukrainian military (or at least AT the headquarters).

Does this really surprise you? We see the same shit in hollywood too, and for the same reasons...

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jack4455667788 2 points ago +2 / -0

Absolutely, but not alone!

LBJ had a bunch of people rubbed out, jfk was not the first and likely not the last.

Cui bono. A thousand times cui bono.

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jack4455667788 2 points ago +3 / -1

Gotta love that headline : accused of sex with a teen.

Technically correct the best kind of correct.

They are accused of drugging and repeatedly raping a child.

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jack4455667788 1 point ago +1 / -0

F*ing watermelons (and children) - sure... but do other desert people like eating their own shit too?

This is the first I'm hearing about it.

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jack4455667788 1 point ago +1 / -0

Coprophiliacs man... It's a real disorder :(

I don't understand it myself, but then I don't "drink from my own well" either like the yogis do.

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jack4455667788 0 points ago +1 / -1

Lol, demonstrating falling - not gravity, got it ;)

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jack4455667788 1 point ago +1 / -0

You're wrong.

It would not be the first time! However, in this case I am not wrong; I am historically and scientifically correct (and failing that, by semantical arbitration).

Implies mass being attracted to mass. It's one and the same.

No. Scientific laws and theories are explicitly different and for explicitly different purposes. Scientific laws describe phenomena, merely the "what". Scientific theories describe the cause of phenomena, the "how/why". One of them must be the law, and one of them must be the theory. You can reverse them if you wish (though this is not consistent with history/etymology), but you must choose. Naming a scientific law and theory the same thing is an attack on science.

Gravity is millennia old. Mass (and gravitation) are merely a few hundred.

But the other guy is wrong saying there is no force acting upon you

Not exactly. He's saying there is no force pulling you down to the ground. He's correct, but I don't expect you to understand that nor agree with it without a lot more study/discussion into the subject! However, if you were properly trained in the "standard" view, you already know that gravitation is a psuedo-force and is not a real force of any kind - so you should agree in any case!

This is a fact. It is measurable.

It is a fact, but it is also wrong. Many facts we learn are wrong. Would you care to discuss the subject in more depth with someone who has differing perspectives to your own? If so, I cordially invite you to the community I created specifically for such discussion!

But this is not 'gravity'.

Correct, that is gravitation - but to your point it is often represented as "g" in equation and referred to (incorrectly) as gravity.

The word gravity implies an explanation as to why this vector exists.

Not historically, no. Laws (which are bore solely of observation/measurement) don't imply cause/explanation; They merely describe. Theories (which are bore of experiment) do!

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jack4455667788 1 point ago +1 / -0

That word really offends you huh?

You are not the first I have met to feel that way, and I understand and can empathize with where you're coming from.

The words belong to us. We can do with them as we will. What is important is that we communicate with each other effectively - and a word by any other series of letters... well, you get the point.

I use the word and its scientific definition because I care about science. The natural/scientific law of "falling" doesn't have the same ring to it (though it means exactly the same)

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jack4455667788 1 point ago +1 / -0

pilpull

I still don't know what this means, or where it comes from. I only infer its meaning from context; is it like rhetoric? Where does the word come from?

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