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Voar by Vera Rubiin - Sun, 02 Nov 2014 02:23:59 EST ID:iBWKcx1L No.54610 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Newtonian physics/ orbital dynamics game that /b/ is playing the hell out of right now.
http://voar.io/

I'm currently Ethyl Meatplow.


Holographic Universe by Bernard Burke - Tue, 03 Jun 2014 20:51:13 EST ID:VdooM9pB No.53926 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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For years now I've been researching tons about what reality is, about what this universe actually is, and made up of.

Could somebody plainly explain what the holographic universe theory is really about?
Bonus points if you can explain string theory too.
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Allan Sandage - Tue, 07 Oct 2014 12:35:18 EST ID:dLyvZIZT No.54486 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54480
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Joseph Lockyer - Wed, 08 Oct 2014 00:18:42 EST ID:Zbe0PVOU No.54487 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54486
you get an 'E' for effort.
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Riccardo Giacconi - Wed, 08 Oct 2014 00:46:43 EST ID:DgOfYnAl No.54488 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53926
I don't wish to incur the wrath of the more knowledgable, but the way I have conceptualized any "holographic universe" theories is that their distinctness from string theory is mostly derived from new age spiritual implications made by the authors and that it attempts to explain things in a similar way. but from a perspective relying more on home-spun analogies than on the process academics tend to use.

Basically, I think describing the universe as a hologram of a lower dimension, or as a reflection of a higher dimension is functionally identical to the average person. Whether you describe it as super-string shadows or as holograms depends on who you read. This isn't to say they are perfectly equivalent. I believe string-theory has been subject to far more scrutiny and is thus more useful for informing research.
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Caroline Herschel - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 07:18:35 EST ID:FWszKHrA No.54604 Ignore Report Quick Reply
guys guys 2d simply refers to the fact that the information of 3d space is projected much more accurately on a 2d plane rather than the 3d space itself. Like the "film" to project a movie is a much more accurate description of the movie than the actual movie which has depth. the screen or the film dont.

The problem with this is that in 2d, the configuration or code of the 3d space is completely scrambled so we can't make it out what it would look like in a 3d space.
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Caroline Herschel - Sat, 01 Nov 2014 07:20:42 EST ID:FWszKHrA No.54605 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54604
they figured this out by looking at blackholes, refuting the assumption that information is destroyed in blackholes or some shit


whats the differance between a stalgmite and a stalgtight? by Stephen Hawking - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 01:28:20 EST ID:80zkh6LS No.54581 Locked Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I live in a cave ;) a dirty cave ;)
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Thread was locked by: Therm0ptic
Reason: This has nothing to do with space or astronomy.
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Edwin Salpeter - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 11:54:56 EST ID:jGLzk50k No.54586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You mean you live in a cave FROM SPAAAAAACE
Otherwise, i don't get what this has to do with space & astronomy
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Johann Encke - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 12:22:07 EST ID:YHjXylC8 No.54587 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54586
It doesn't just report it.
Last night, someone spammed /b/ with threads exactly like this copied from the bowels of reddet.
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Edwin Hubble - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 17:12:55 EST ID:xgcZtys2 No.54589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54587
Go back to 4 c h a n
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Irwin Shapiro - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 08:37:44 EST ID:bganXL3+ No.54593 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54589
You realize theres a /b/ here right

Maybe its you who need to leave


Antares rocket bound for space station explodes on launch by Henry Draper - Tue, 28 Oct 2014 20:28:22 EST ID:Zbe0PVOU No.54563 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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NASA conference in 10 minutes:

http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/structure/launch/orbital.html#.VFAxUY86jd0

Man, I hate to see anyone fail like this.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Wed, 29 Oct 2014 04:42:24 EST ID:mzUGJNUD No.54565 Report Quick Reply
>>54564
I deleted the other one since this one has a link to nasa.gov.

Ouch though.
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James Elliott - Wed, 29 Oct 2014 14:52:14 EST ID:MoLexhUv No.54567 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's sad to see.

We know this has cost millions to develop, and the average schmuck just can't comprehend the feet required to reach this stage and shrug it of whilst eating their daily breakfast and casually browsing the news like "what a waste of money".
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Antony Hewish - Wed, 29 Oct 2014 20:07:46 EST ID:ksAXy5yQ No.54572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54567
>daily breakfast
This rocket had supplies for the people on the ISS, their breakfast was on that rocket.
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Mike Brown - Wed, 29 Oct 2014 21:54:39 EST ID:OsV3zf7o No.54576 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54572
Russia got another rocket up with supplies already. It's not really the ISS supplies that matter, since they are an easy, relatively cheap payload that can be launched from many sites on the planet. The real loss here was the experimental cryptography technology that was on board. An experiment that may have cost as much as or more than the rocket itself was likely destroyed in the accident but because it's classified we don't get to know exactly what it was or how much it cost.
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George Gamow - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 02:52:14 EST ID:Zbe0PVOU No.54583 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The space station has enough supplies to last until well into next year, and there are plenty of other launches scheduled in the meantime (from Russia and the US).

The Dragon capsule just returned last weekend from a 4 week resupply mission, and Spacex is scheduled to launch another one on December 9th. They're going to slightly modify the manifest to account for OSC's failed launch. This one's going to be even more interesting, because they might try to LAND the first stage on a floating platform after separation (albeit with less than 50% chance of success)


Ummm... by Gerard Kuiper - Mon, 25 Feb 2013 22:47:19 EST ID:VmoMovSf No.48938 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Why is space black? Can science explain this?
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Daniel Kirkwood - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 03:19:25 EST ID:Im3GVW// No.54542 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54541
>you just don't understand the question
That's a nice baseless opinion. If you're not going to actually contribute to the discussion then kindly piss off.
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Fred Hoyle - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 12:00:17 EST ID:H3af7FdZ No.54544 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54539
>You can sleep with lights on or in day time just fine
actually, light affects melatonin production making sleep less rejuvenating and also depriving the body of other beneficial melatonin uses, like intercepting free radicals and protecting DNA.
of course, the mechanism evolved in such a way because of the day/night cycle, and I dont see any reason why it wouldnt evolve differently under other sensory or environmental circumstances. nb
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Harlow Shapley - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 15:01:27 EST ID:8pU3Q/ZC No.54545 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54542
Obviously the fact that almost no one addressed the question in its most literal and clear way is on such a cosmically different level to your puny mind that it cannot look like anything else than being 'baseless'. This is even further amusing since the very 'bases' of my assertion leak through this entire thread which even a quantumchimp like you has been able to access somehow.
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Daniel Kirkwood - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 16:05:39 EST ID:Im3GVW// No.54546 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54545
> almost no one addressed the question

But you're claim was that no one answered the question, not almost no one. You have rowed back to a completely pointless argument. You are now ranting about there being irrelevant nonsense in a thread by adding more irrelevant nonsense and ignoring the question.

Good job.
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Daniel Kirkwood - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 16:47:27 EST ID:aaYB4XtE No.54547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
isn't really black

illuminati disinfo


Holographic Universe by Friedrich Bessel - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 23:26:16 EST ID:YL9bmAqw No.54447 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Who is aware of this theory What are you views of this theory and why?

I have listened to many people, PHDs physicists etc talk about it and have gone into the basic physics of it, it is something quite interesting I must say.
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Friedrich von Struve - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 05:57:09 EST ID:3VrQt5V6 No.54449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54448
I found this interesting as it has several high acclaimed physicists discussing the matter, one being a Nobel prize winner

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NsbZT9bJ1s4
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Edwin Hubble - Thu, 02 Oct 2014 03:31:12 EST ID:ksAXy5yQ No.54460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's just a buzzword to explain something far more complicated.

Because imagining a 10-Dimensional object is a little too hard for our squishy brains.
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Rudolph Minkowski - Thu, 02 Oct 2014 09:52:55 EST ID:t/RGDr8M No.54463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54460
The holographic principle isn't a buzzword and it's actually about lower dimensionality not higher.
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Fred Hoyle - Fri, 17 Oct 2014 11:18:58 EST ID:fBsiz+dr No.54519 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I thought it was like, understanding how when you move around someone's glasses and their lenses change color, it's actually a constant projected 3D shape and whether your pupils are in the color determines when it appears that color

So put that on the rest of the particles, since they all ended up being "ripples" and "resonances"
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Bernard-Ferdinand Lyot - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 08:47:07 EST ID:t1vMK9Uc No.54522 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54519
Sortaish.

Classical understanding is, the number of possible states (for simplification, places in a box) scales with the volume or space the box takes up. But some really clever guys studying what happens to stuff as it falls into a blackhole found out a way to preserve the information seeable from the rest of the universe (because this is a very fundamental part of quantum theory, which the guy saying "nope its gone" was disregarding because he kinda likes to be reckless). So the guys who found out how to preserve the information measured it again... and to their surprize, found that it scaled not to the space the black hole took up but to the surface area at the event horizon, or instead of the places inside the box the places directly touching on the outside of the box. They went back to classical theory and crunched the numbers while making the adjustments they did and found out that it's actually a general principle, assuming their right about how quantum field theory works, that the number of possible states scales with area, not volume.


The idea's only needed to explain what happens when stuff goes down a black hole, but hypothetically it could apply to the whole universe, making one of the dimensions unnecessary mathematically even though its pretty much real.



Sorry if my phrasings being too patronizing or something I'm really tired and have been reading simple english wikipedia for a few hours to teach something about math to an old person


i had a dream having fallen asleept to Sean Carroll by George Herbig - Wed, 08 Oct 2014 03:37:32 EST ID:t1vMK9Uc No.54489 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what if your a boltzmann brain and the only one in existence and the only reason the dream tells you not to kill yourself is because it evolutionarily doesn't want to die

the parts that told you to die suceeded in killing off regions of your conscience without ending you wholly, like a seizure that lops off a little bit of the connective tissue and dissociates the right and left. they died in your life by fading away, they're only hope being memories of life before copying a lossy compressed aspect back into reality from the memory

in truth all your pain is utterly unnecessary. everyone's is, though yours is the only one that's real. your pleasure is illusary, it's just how into the dream you are, it's painlessness, plus the little subroutine of dopamine you've dreamt up. but you open your third eye and all you see is chaos - chaos not even lovecraft could fathom - formlessness, emptiness, no up, down, forward, backward, side, side, future, past. just cacophonous noise for eons made milky semen colored opaque by utter nothing

you were born of fluctuations between 4 dead fields, just a momentary accidental low entropy wrinkle in the manifolds of what actually is

so you fall back asleep and dream up a new life, while the chaos of nothing and everything eats at you, righting your entropy back to equity with all else for another quadrilion eons until the next boltzmann brain is born crying, hot, cold, alone in the garden of pure logic in which all universes manifest


and the poor miserable thing dreams the same dreams, as its aches and pains as its ideas disappear and manifest slowly torture it to death too

and so on and so on, just like nietzsche's eternal reoccurance
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Charles Messier - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 01:00:32 EST ID:XJHlYsmW No.54498 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How could your brain have evolved the trait not to kill itself without other brains having existed to involve into your brain?
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Antony Hewish - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 13:27:27 EST ID:t1vMK9Uc No.54499 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54498
No not your brain, the ideas inside it. So like ideas you have usually even this world have certain standards that act as powerful selective forces - you can have contradictory ideas but you usually don't spread nonsense unless it's dangerous or funny - which just goes to show, not every idea propagates based on their truth-value.




Imagine some ideas like a badly written program embedded with its own kernel. At some point they're going to be so bad they'll draw so much power that they break the circuit and render the whole thing useless. The ideas that didn't do that are still functioning and copying and moving etc; the bad ones eliminated themselves from the evolving copying moving pool by shutting off a bit of their environment.


Volafile NASA by Pierre-Simon Laplace - Tue, 07 Oct 2014 10:08:02 EST ID:Su/vFFyJ No.54484 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://volafile.io/r/Djpyi8
Volafile files, Hubble pictures of space and the ISS, mostly.
Huge collection, but it'll be gone in a day or TWOOOOOOOO!

Upload what you have, to keep the fires burning.
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Pierre-Simon Laplace - Tue, 07 Oct 2014 10:09:56 EST ID:Su/vFFyJ No.54485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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And post any really good pics here, natch.
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Henry Russell - Thu, 09 Oct 2014 11:57:26 EST ID:797/ThMD No.54493 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Riccardo Giacconi - Sat, 18 Oct 2014 09:23:06 EST ID:CmIZBa3W No.54523 Ignore Report Quick Reply
missed it :( big ups for trying nb


use your imagination by George Gamow - Mon, 01 Sep 2014 19:57:12 EST ID:Ra1z6RMc No.54346 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Perhaps, in another solar system there are two earth-like planets sharing the habitable zone of their "sun."
Maybe species evolved over time into intelligent lifeforms, both capable of short distance space travel.
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Hannes Alven - Tue, 23 Sep 2014 01:56:05 EST ID:zPGAzIMg No.54428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54427
I always liked calling it Terra. Even though I'm pretty sure that just means Earth anyway,
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William Herschel - Fri, 03 Oct 2014 11:25:12 EST ID:UIa+2zRa No.54467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i'm generalizing from a single example here but probably the same thing as when any two human cultures have interacted for the first time: the more powerful one abuses the lesser
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Daniel Kirkwood - Fri, 03 Oct 2014 18:06:14 EST ID:NjsLJs2P No.54468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54427
that makes me want the name of all our colonies in the future to be _____ Earth.
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William Lassell - Sat, 04 Oct 2014 20:57:24 EST ID:0PqgsQ8H No.54475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54427
Yeah it's a funny etymology thing. We called the thing we walked on "Earth". So yeah, we dig up the "Earth". But then we discovered it too was just a planet, which we kept calling "Earth". If Martians coincidentally developed English the only difference would be they'd grow up calling dirt "Mars". "Earth" only came to mean "soil, dirt" because that's what Earth is made out of.
"Ay let's go dig up the mars!"
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Georges-Henri Lemaitre - Tue, 07 Oct 2014 02:04:33 EST ID:Dnv5U1Ks No.54483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I swear this exact thread is a page or so back on this board.

Check out the movie Doppelgänger

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doppelg%C3%A4nger_%281969_film%29

>Travelling through the Solar System in 2069, the unmanned Sun Probe locates a planet that lies on the same orbital path as Earth but is positioned on the opposite side of the Sun. Dr Kurt Hassler (Herbert Lom) of EUROSEC (EUROpean Space Exploration Council) has been transmitting Sun Probe flight data to a rival power in the East; Security Chief Mark Neuman (George Sewell) uncovers the betrayal and shoots Hassler dead in his laboratory. EUROSEC director Jason Webb (Patrick Wymark) convinces NASA representative David Poulson (Ed Bishop) that the West must send a mission to investigate the planet before Hassler's allies in the East. With EUROSEC member states France and Germany unwilling to offer financial support, Webb obtains majority funding from NASA. American astronaut Colonel Glenn Ross (Roy Thinnes) and British astrophysicist Dr John Kane (Ian Hendry), head of the Sun Probe project, are assigned to the mission.


What are these things? by William Lassell - Mon, 11 Aug 2014 07:52:34 EST ID:4BG8qm42 No.54262 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Okey so i know you are all clear thinking people and might think this is a /tinfoil topic but wtf... Lately there have been so many odd things that i have sawn. I have a windown in my room and every night i look at the sky in my bed and at times i see some odd stuff... What would be logical explenation for a ''star'' that is stationary and than starts moving(fast !) + changing directions (I mean sharp turns not like boing turning). Also what are the ''stars'' that fly quite fast across the sky ? Satellites? Surely a sattelite cant be still and than change directions? Lately also saw a star cluster like thing it was quite randommly formed but tightly packed. Looked at it for like 30 min and that damn thing dissapeared on a clear night. The whole god damn ''cluster'' . Another question how usual are asteroids burning up in the atmosphare? I was at my countryside for 2 weeks and witnessed 2 weird phenomena. First a fireball randommly appeared , burned for like 5 sec across the sky and than dissapeared. Another time a burning ball of fire errupted from a moving ''star'' . I mean wtf ? I live in northern europe so all the conspiracy shit thats going on in the usa cant be to blame. And also i did not make up any of this i really have witnessed really weird things turning the summer and this shit gives me the chills ... Oh yeah also forgot ... Last summer saw 3 stars moving at the same time forming a triangle. From my perspective it must had been atleast 10-20 km wide. Something really weird is happening on earth and this is NOT a damn conspiracy theory anymore.
So logical explinations please to...

Fireball shooting out of a moving ''star''.
Really odd star cluster dissapearing.
Stationary star starting to move fast and than also changing directions.
Quite fast moving ''stars'' in the sky.

Just watched this video myself and it is quite good comilation... and if you think that all of these footages are fake than you are to close minded...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i66ihNWFiMg
Odd... really odd ( I am a 23 yo young person not somekind of mad man ! )
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Henry Russell - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 00:23:55 EST ID:riVRYHVm No.54271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
More rocket footage:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiIRLij3RV4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFKcMd8AME0
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Henry Russell - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 01:37:15 EST ID:riVRYHVm No.54272 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Another time a burning ball of fire errupted from a moving ''star'

Sounds like you saw a rocket upper-stage firing. Not something you see every day.
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Georges-Henri Lemaitre - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 01:48:07 EST ID:sbQb9va5 No.54273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>if you think that all of these footages are fake than you are to close minded

Already wrong before we respond, what's the point?
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Gerard Kuiper - Thu, 02 Oct 2014 03:33:34 EST ID:+Okx1mB0 No.54461 Ignore Report Quick Reply
op, your grammar and the way you speak makes me hate you

I bet you're really active on Facebook, huh
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Anders Angstrom - Thu, 02 Oct 2014 09:16:10 EST ID:uyuUt0io No.54462 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>seen{/%]
now that that's out of the way
some shit you probably saw that you think is aliens but it's not
-high altitude aircraft
-satellites
-space debris burning up in the atmosphere
-natural atmospheric phenomenon

look up what sort of shit is around your area. any space ports or air force bases? sometimes the night sky where i'm at will do some fucking weird shit, but that's from rockets going off ~150miles away at Wallops Island.
the other night i went out to see if I could spy one of the SpaceX rockets they were launching (sometimes you can see em go up, it's neat) and saw this series of weird fuckin blooms of pale light in the sky in the same direction as the launch. if i wasn't aware of the launch, it might make me feel all foily.
tl;dr aliens haven't arrived, you're ignorant, misinformed, or crazy
nb 4 postin in a foilthread


India makes it to Mars by Edwin Hubble - Wed, 24 Sep 2014 23:35:02 EST ID:M4wF2EiH No.54436 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://bigstory.ap.org/article/9de17c8e5aa145159a4f98a967c2acf1/indian-spacecraft-course-enter-mars-orbit

Maybe in 16 years they'll be ready to send a manned mission.
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Henry Draper - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 14:38:10 EST ID:Lf2kghSO No.54445 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54444
>Wrong indians
>no bump
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Kiyotsugu Hirayama - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 03:49:02 EST ID:Zbe0PVOU No.54446 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54445
>woosh
>bumparooney
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Mike Brown - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 15:51:41 EST ID:A1E2ozZS No.54454 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Good job, India, especially considering +/- 600 million of your people don't have acces to a god damn toilet yet.
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Viktor Ambartsumian - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 19:24:18 EST ID:pz69Sw3W No.54455 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54454
When my private Christian school took a summer vacation to rural India, I remember watching a woman in a sari squat thirty feet out from her home and take a dump. I remember watching innocently at first, as I did all the Indian people. Oh, what is she doing? The cultural, the colors, I wish I had a sar.... what is she doing? What is she doing? JESSICA, WHAT IS SHE DOING? LOOK
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Tycho Brahe - Mon, 06 Oct 2014 16:42:13 EST ID:VefGHj3Q No.54481 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54444
>>54445
>>54446

L-O-fucking-L


Space Station 13 by Heinrich Olbers - Thu, 29 Aug 2013 10:35:16 EST ID:KbS5SJTa No.51570 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone playing this? Looks like more fun than a barrel of Darwins.
This could be a /sagan/ thing.
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Karl Swarzchild - Sun, 16 Mar 2014 09:02:23 EST ID:OfwdIr3q No.53207 Ignore Report Quick Reply
420chan has its own server for SS13 now.
byond://beepsky.feem.net:1337
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Otto Struve - Mon, 17 Mar 2014 02:36:13 EST ID:jH+coBrT No.53223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51570
Does that map have a singularity generator in the MIDDLE?
Those guys have SOME balls. but yeah /vg/, it's way more active anyways.
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Urbain Le Verrier - Wed, 30 Apr 2014 05:20:34 EST ID:sBs2bsee No.53638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53223

Why would someone put the emphasis on the word 'some'?
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John Wheeler - Fri, 02 May 2014 21:04:22 EST ID:+aDq/RZj No.53661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53638
To empathize that some>0 but the amount greater than zero is so minuscule that some must be capitalized to compensate.
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Carl Seyfert - Sun, 21 Sep 2014 11:19:51 EST ID:V9pI9YVD No.54425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53638
So we know they don't have ALL the balls.


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