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Re: Weirder election than Battlestar Galactica's

Subject: Re: Weirder election than Battlestar Galactica's
From: "Mark F."
Date: Sat, 25 Mar 2006 17:20:20 GMT
Newsgroups: sci.astro, sci.astro.amateur, sci.physics, sci.skeptic, sci.archaeology
Would any of you like to invest in my perpetual motion machine?

What do you say Dan?

The dam establishment have been keeping me down for years, You all know I am 
right about my invention changing the world forever.  BUT NO
You sit there all smug and hold me down knowing I am right.


Mark


"Anonymous" <Use-Author-Address-Header@[127.1]> wrote in message 
news:AAUY1JZY38799.075162037@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> On Wed 22 Mar 2006, spam@xxxxxxx (Bob) wrote:
>  >On Wed, 22 Mar 2006 19:12:42 GMT, The Nuclear Marine
>  ><Nuke-Marine@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>  >><snippity>
>  >
>  >Why? The public has been so thoroughly brainwashed they could not
>  >decide if the sun is going to rise tomorrow.
>  >The day after the first man stepped on the Moon, 2/3 of those polled
>  >said the whole thing was staged in the Arizona desert. The second day
>  >it was only 1/3 of those polled.
>  >
>
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>  That's because NASA's six, allegedly-manned and half-million
>  miles per round-trip(!) missions to the Moon (1969-72) were
>  at best unmanned flights in competition with the U.S.S.R.'s
>  contemporaneous Soviet Luna/Lunakhod unmanned Moon missions.
>
>  "They couldn't make it so they faked it." Thus, the "manned"
>  portions of the missions were actually filmed under the top-
>  secret, heavily-guarded domed soundstages in the high desert
>  of Area 51, NV, perhaps around Pine Gap, AUS and maybe other
>  remote and publicly-inaccessible locations around the world.
>
>       __________________________________________________
>
>        Flags fluttering in the high-desert breeze, sand
>        buggies & actors running along in their deflated
>        monkeysuits-obviously recorded on highspeed film,
>        conspicuous absence of blast craters, impossibly
>        silent running under invisible exhaust emissions,
>        brazenly obvious backdrops that contrast sharply
>        against the nearby high-desert terrain, etc. etc.
>       __________________________________________________
>
>
>  &Here it is 2006, and NASA *still* has enough headaches trying
>  to cope with the challenges (remember the Challenger shuttle?)
>  of low-earth orbit manned spacecraft. But things were "easier"
>  generations ago, back in the bygone era of sliderules, hippies
>  and flower children. Yupp! Back then, the laws of physics were
>  a lot easier to deal with than they are now and that's obvious.
>  Our technology was FAR more advanced back then, than it is now... :-D
>
>   *Altitude Comparison Chart of Shuttle vs. Moon & Manmade Satellites:
> 
> http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=GPJSU4CX38750.5467361111@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>
>   *Apollo Moon Missions 1969-1972 Were At Best *Unmanned*:
> 
> http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=VTKA4X1O37500.9704861111@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>
>   *Quasi-Uncensored Apollo Moon Hoax Bookmarks:
> 
> http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=7RL5KJIX37499.1691435185@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>
>  Dig it, Baby!
>  Daniel Joseph Min
>  http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x2B1CCFE7
>
>   *Download Min's Banned (Freeware) Books:
>    http://www.2hot2cool.com/11/danieljosephmin/
>
>   *NEW! Take Min's Spiritual I.Q. Test (if you dare):
> 
> http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=HCRHGLQM38786.0401967593@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>
>   *Min's Google-Archived Home Page On The WWW:
> 
> http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=XJBDEJF138262.9022453704@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>
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