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-All- of Them Witches by Shitting Sishville - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 05:18:08 EST ID:As76SnbH No.70727 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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“Many people during that time died supposedly natural deaths. Since then it has been determined that the United Mental Force of the whole coven could blind, deafen, paralyze, and ultimately kill the chosen victim. This use of a United Mental Force is sometimes called a coven.”

Witches = human sacrifice, blood drinking worshipers of satan. (Not wiccans though they are deceived. It's luciferian-lite)
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James Fucklebury - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 10:12:11 EST ID:X7sw6N0n No.70729 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>70727
Why couldn't they have been Christians, who never tortured and killed nobody?
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Phineas Nomblestock - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 03:01:57 EST ID:ixuawddb No.70737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70729

What is that some kind of special buttplug that expands so you can release the fire ants?
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Nigel Grandfield - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 12:49:27 EST ID:X7sw6N0n No.70739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70737
Something like that. It was inserted into the anus of homosexuals, the throat of liars, and vaginal cavity of female blasphemers (witches). Then it was slowly opened to the point of bursting the cavity. The little spines on the end are there to make sure the organ tissue ripped open. They called it the choke pear.
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Phineas Nomblestock - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 14:29:35 EST ID:ixuawddb No.70740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70739

I hope the dude who invented it got it used on his mouth then anus.

Then a tiny one used on his urethra.


just in case by Esther Murddock - Fri, 12 Dec 2014 11:49:38 EST ID:XlljTOXD No.70645 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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/tinfoil/
I am posting because the media and certain means of communication are trying to brainwash me. I think they are trying to subliminally plant the idea to speak with/seek out/like a federal informant whose intentions I am not sure of, she might possibly want to destroy or kill me. I am not sure. I am scared.
I am posting so some form of digital evidence exists online outside of my computer. Maybe if something beyond my control happens, the server owner will know my IP and it can be traced and the good guys will investigate some shit or something, I don't know.
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Phineas Gebberbudge - Tue, 16 Dec 2014 12:40:18 EST ID:jtuWP4Gt No.70706 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70704
>When you think you're being followed you usually have some pretty good reasons for coming to that conclusion
You are a fucking liar
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Polly Crundleworth - Tue, 16 Dec 2014 14:58:14 EST ID:1g2qslc3 No.70708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This black lady told me she was positive she was being stalked because she was supposedly routinely harassed and attacked/raped in the bathroom at work and then forced to forget her memories of the attack and quit her job all due to being a lesbian and she considered herself more attractive than the other women. Sounds like a legitimate reason to come to that conclusion. Dat ego > paranoia.
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Nicholas Hunningham - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 19:42:14 EST ID:KEUNqIBT No.70724 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70704
>When you think you're being followed you usually have some pretty good reasons for coming to that conclusion

Your capacity to judge if they are "good" reasons changes, and you don't notice it, that's how you become mentally ill.

In case the thought that you can even forgot how to be rational scares you, a good way to check it is: how are you getting confirmation of your paranoia? By double checking reality with your own eyes and ears or by making free associations using any kind of symbolism?
The first is the way of sanity, the second of insanity.
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Sophie Daddlehed - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 20:49:35 EST ID:4Eivu7KR No.70725 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70724

>or by making free associations using any kind of symbolism

Does anyone actually do that?

If you're in a paranoid state of mind your senses can decieve you, although this doesn't necessarily mean nothings going on.
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Charlotte Bummerketch - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 06:54:20 EST ID:KEUNqIBT No.70738 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70725
>Does anyone actually do that?

I consider "scientific" symbolism too.
For example, imagine you're afraid that you have some rare illness because you have some symptoms that fit.
You might think that brushing it off with "No way I have that, what are the odds? That illness is so rare." is a sane response, but real feedback has to come from a doctor, not from your own mind. In this case the sane thing would be to consult a doctor and show him the symptoms, not to brush them off because it's "Statistically unlikely". Only that will satisfy your doubts. Dismissing, or confirming, yourself through yourself is insane.
That's a kind of scientific free association. And people do it all the time.


The reality of modern-day life by Albert Shittinghall - Mon, 20 Oct 2014 13:34:18 EST ID:D9xuALHm No.69546 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The reason that GOLD has been THE currency for along time is that it is used to make mono-atomic gold which, when introduced to your body, gives your central nervous system superconductivity 10,000 times more powerful than normal function. This is the key to life. Human beings lifespans are NOT 70-80 years, we can live up to hundreds of years. I believe mono-atomic gold is one, if not the, anti-aging key for humans. The top 1% have millions of us working so they can horde this gold, obviously, so they can live for along time. They are evil, and probably subhuman.
Also monoatomic gold is quite possibly the philosophers stone. Use the bible as a reference. Lets not debate religion, im just saying that the bible is a good reference to humans living hundreds of years, and the philosophers stone, etc.
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Lydia Chonderkot - Mon, 24 Nov 2014 23:54:31 EST ID:oSldSi3A No.70271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70237
I never said we did, I was implying that they are the closet organism to us genetically.

Chimps and humans evolved from a common ancestor a few million years ago.
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Frederick Diffingfuck - Wed, 10 Dec 2014 14:46:45 EST ID:qbnpAlzq No.70630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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/thread tl;dr first time looking in tinfoil...... backs away silently.....does about face...... RUN NIGGA before the crazy spreads
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William Sunderbetch - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 22:35:05 EST ID:oSldSi3A No.70641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70630
GTFO
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Emma Snoddale - Fri, 12 Dec 2014 15:54:47 EST ID:5ZuR7mnz No.70648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70630
mundane mudblood
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Sophie Monningfuck - Sat, 20 Dec 2014 02:37:24 EST ID:fy5zBUEL No.70736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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10,000 times more powerful central nervous system? I imagine anti aging wouldn't be the only noteworthy use, imagine mental processing advanced that much. lsd


Anyone looking for a good read? by Tetrafaggotron !5BjyklxJhI - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 12:29:43 EST ID:l/bEXwNT No.70720 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Because this is "the tits", as they say. If you have a Kindle, you can find it for the free.
Kain, I'm sure you've read this one, right? At least the original without commentary and elaboration?

http://www.amazon.com/The-Kybalion-Hermetic-Philosophy-Ancient/dp/1603865373
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Augustus Sanninglitch - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 12:34:22 EST ID:c2jy3YYt No.70721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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bump for how magic works
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Tetrafaggotron !5BjyklxJhI - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 16:39:06 EST ID:l/bEXwNT No.70723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70721
que
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Molly Sollypit - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 18:46:01 EST ID:MLRvfrAj No.70734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>70723
Bruh, I am just saying stuff..noticed that there book contains some ideas answering the How questions, where it constantly mentions "principle(s)"


Religion is overrated by Oliver Grimcocke - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 15:29:02 EST ID:pOM374FX No.70733 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The existence of an idea is there, because of the people responsible for them. If they didn't represent that idea, it wouldn't exist, it would remain hidden if and until expressed at another date, but its remnants lie within you until then and are lost if not shared.

Some ideas (the concept of a word, book, a library, your brain, the planet, the multiverse, existence) incorporate the conservation of other, well understood ideas, especially the important ones, ones that we deem necessary by order of influental, newly found and poorly understood ideas. Aren't they all necessary? Every idea we forget is an idea we must repeat to ultimately explore the outcome.

Though we do have a certain limited, though constantly growing capacity in memory, so priorities are set. Our tendencies are a parody of the universe. We just have more leeway at the cost of existing at a much smaller scope. So the less important something is, the more I can do with it, expanding it in conjunction and through time. We are the resolution of infinity triggered by an immediate imbalance. We are the definition of existence and are also its observer. Everyones ideas are just as important as any other, just not right now, due to the archticture of our brain, its limitations in physical memory, general circumstances. This also shows that patience is the greatest virtue necessary for cooperation. If their ideas weren't from a seperate brain they would share your perspective, vica versa. To show understanding for another is to show understanding for oneself. We ultimately define our own meaning, leaving the question for it an illusion answered in whatever way we want. Hopeful, beautiful, predictable innocence or chaotic, entropic, unpredictable madness, the choice is only yours as an individual, knowing that existence is infinite and endless.

Though it all could just be a limit of perception, but I see a pattern, many others might too.
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Sidney Drellerford - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 19:43:07 EST ID:3m8Vy/Lt No.70735 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70733

Wow you just jumped straight into this train of thought didnt you?

Religion isnt overrated, but i guess you could see it that way from certain perspectives, Religion is just a organised nomadic society, its your typical "follow the leader" and "you cant be the leader because...". They took the metaphor out of the deities of the old world and made them seem literal. But lets be honest, sheep just care about dying peacefully, they hold onto the dream that one day they might never wake up from sleeping, they are sold a dream in exchange for their unquestioning faith. Religion has problems when people take what they say literally and not metaphorically and people start asking questions.

in this day and age people can no longer believe the bible as being literal.
Where as in the 3rd century Joshua of nazareth was literally the son of god, and not metaphorically the son of god.


Congress Passes Bill Giving Police Unlimited Access to Citizens’ Private Communications by James Socklestock - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 17:48:59 EST ID:6uY9qdyJ No.70639 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Have you read about this

“One of the most egregious sections of law I’ve encountered during my time as a representative: It grants the executive branch virtually unlimited access to the communications of every American.”
Washington, D.C. – In a sneak attack on the civil liberties of all Americans, the Intelligence Authorization Act for 2015 was rushed to the House floor with virtually no debate.

The legislation was scheduled for only a “voice vote,” which means that it is simply declared “passed” with voice votes and no record.

This is considered the simplest and quickest voting method, not what one would expect from such an important piece of legislation. For most pieces of major legislation, a roll call vote would be the standard operating procedure.

Thankfully, Representative Justin Amash, when catching wind of what was transpiring, went to the House floor to demand a roll call vote so that everyone would have to have their vote recorded.

The fact that this important piece of legislation was handled in this way indicates that this was done intentionally to sneak it past the public eye. It becomes even more suspicious when you realize that it was done concurrently with the CIA torture report being released and the Gruber hearing.

It seems clear there was an effort made to slip the vote by without having to answer to the American people, as Congress is well aware that Americans do not want to be spied upon by their government after the revelations by Edward Snowden.
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Betsy Clonningtock - Sat, 13 Dec 2014 04:00:12 EST ID:foCKeuvE No.70658 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>70639
You give me a repjutable news source and sweet spoonfuls all around.
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Kain !mdz1ceK8MA - Sat, 13 Dec 2014 05:00:22 EST ID:R7PdBMWW No.70662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Here's a summary of the bill HR4681
http://pastebin.com/Y6q0C7XR
The relevant parts granting data collection on the American public without a warrant involve all telecommunication, internet, IN FOUND IN SECTION 309
In the wake of the Ferguson riots and the so called torture report this bill (SOPA RENAMED TO HR4681) passed almost secretly - and with no media coverage.
The biggest threat from this bill is that federal, state, and local police all, can spy on any form of electronic communication i.e. phone calls, emails, cellphone calls, and
any data transmitted across the internet without a warrant. They can collect data and pass it around to other agencies to to be used for investigations.
The disturbing part about this is it basically sets the status of every American citizen as a suspected criminal under investigation without any form of legal due process.
This is the biggest act toward a police state so far. It is an extremely aggressive move against basic freedom and a clear violation of the 4th amendment of the constitution.
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Isabella Clushfotch - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 11:50:13 EST ID:cJVv9NnH No.70730 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70653
Five Eyes is an association of 5 countries. the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada, who bypass laws about spying on a countries own citizens by spying on each other's citizens and then reporting the data back to the government of the people they spied on
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Hannah Hinkinson - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 12:34:43 EST ID:GAz2/kXh No.70731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not even mentioning Israel as if they have no part in spying on American people and others. Wake up Mr. Buzzwords
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Hannah Hinkinson - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 12:36:07 EST ID:GAz2/kXh No.70732 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70731 I meant to respond to this guy specifically

>>70730


LAPIS EXILLIS by Rebecca Claywill - Wed, 10 Dec 2014 11:17:00 EST ID:/ydf9Yet No.70628 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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LAPIS EXILLIS: Lost Secrets of the Illuminati
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_75v1XA46g

Lapis Exillis, the stone that is called the grail to the Illuminate, has influenced world history for centuries.
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Henry Hesslewadge - Wed, 10 Dec 2014 16:45:39 EST ID:ROZ/KKAb No.70631 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70628
jewish scapegoat
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Shitting Sishville - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 05:19:35 EST ID:As76SnbH No.70728 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>70631

Jewish Woman Talks About Ritual Killings https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b98ch_Pyi-Y


Pedophilic imagery in children's programming by Sophie Croppersore - Sat, 13 Dec 2014 02:29:40 EST ID:OGarwZ8t No.70656 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Emma Novinglock - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 11:25:41 EST ID:jtuWP4Gt No.70715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70712
are not*
I fucked up there
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Emma Novinglock - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 11:36:43 EST ID:jtuWP4Gt No.70716 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70713
>you would not think the man is racist even though i told you he was
Hold the fucking phone
Who are you again? Why do I have to believe everything YOU say?
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Nathaniel Ciggleson - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 12:15:21 EST ID:GlUJgJJo No.70717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70716

Oh you don't have to believe everything i say.

>BUT
>BUT

When i make a analogy of a racist pretending to not be a racist, then i don't think its reasonable to claim that the racist in my analogy isn't racist, especially if you have no grounds to say that!
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Emma Novinglock - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 17:35:32 EST ID:jtuWP4Gt No.70718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70717
You can't even keep track of the arguments you're making. You said in your analogy that if a racist had racist stuff, and gave an excuse for it, that it would not put anybody's mind at rest.

I demonstrated that this was a poor analogy, since the exact same excuse is extremely common, and would in fact put somebody's mind at rest.

And then you say "NUH UUUUH, BECAUSE I ALREADY SAID HE WAS RACIST", as if that is remotely relevant.
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Jack Crigglehood - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 02:54:42 EST ID:Vy8nWxtm No.70726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>70717

And this is why dropping babies on their heads is bad, folks.


JFK & Oswald by Cornelius Murdgold - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 17:51:51 EST ID:CROnsOjv No.69237 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Are there really people out there who still believe JFK was assassinated by Oswald?
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Caroline Turveywill - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 13:35:19 EST ID:oSldSi3A No.70632 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70629
oh sweet Jesus. Obviously take it with a grain of salt man. IDK why that even has to be said. Its still at least an indication that there is more to this than what meets the eye.
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Henry Blythelock - Sat, 13 Dec 2014 03:34:43 EST ID:FfvNzbvH No.70657 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ever have one of those moments where you learn that someone close to you is an idiot?

>"I know the JFK assassination wasn't a conspiracy because I'm not a fucking idiot and I know how politics work and killing the president is not how anyone does politics."
>"Killing the president is not how anyone does politics."
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Cyril Boblinghood - Mon, 15 Dec 2014 12:42:36 EST ID:4Eivu7KR No.70692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Co-creator of discordianism Kerry Thornley was involved in the JFK assassination according to the OG conspiracy theorist Jim Garrison.

Thornley knew Oswold in the marines and was writing a book about him before the assassination which was allegedly part of a conspiracy to frame Oswold as a communist. Thornley ended up going schizo and believing that he was actually involved and was brainwashed to forget about it, accusing robert anton wilson of being his CIA babysitter.

Discordian historian Adam Gorightly has a new book out on it an update on his old book the prankster and the conspiracy caled Caught in the Crossfire: Kerry Thornley, Oswald and the Garrison Investigation http://www.adamgorightly.com/books.html
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Jack Furringford - Tue, 16 Dec 2014 14:56:12 EST ID:I5y+UBrg No.70707 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's only 2 more years until the classified documents are released.
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Edwin Lightbury - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 16:18:11 EST ID:zOk+Rdjy No.70722 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70707
They already released documents showing oswald the commie was CIA


KNIGHTS TEMPLAR by Phoebe Pamblewag - Tue, 16 Dec 2014 12:00:04 EST ID:0Qg1OJKI No.70705 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone have any leads for me on how the Knights Templar are connected to the Rosicrucians?

THANKS DUDES.
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Tetrafaggotron !5BjyklxJhI - Thu, 18 Dec 2014 11:49:01 EST ID:l/bEXwNT No.70719 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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No one likes that much laziness. Google it. Once you've read a few things, come back to this thread and make a discussion of it.


Sterilizing the masses because lol its clinical by Edward Sumblefune - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 14:03:31 EST ID:hRflZNeN No.70633 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I think they are trying to make our dicks not work. Ref: Haloperidol

And you know what I always say. Forcibly injecting an individual with a phyco-tropic substance or a non-phycotropic substance against their will is wrong. Its wrong guys you should look into human rights.
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Walter Trotman - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 14:15:38 EST ID:4Eivu7KR No.70634 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's not the masses only the insane and those who don't get with the program.
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Beatrice Mublingtuck - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 14:23:48 EST ID:d8BZWOtv No.70635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why would they want to sterilise the masses anyway
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Graham Cremblekeck - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 15:13:47 EST ID:utWpxYwb No.70637 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>70635
Because it is the age of the machine, rulers dont need large meat shields
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Beatrice Mublingtuck - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 15:39:05 EST ID:d8BZWOtv No.70638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70637
But the birth rate was already in decline because of the decreasing rate of infant mortality, they'd be sterilising the people who don't even matter now
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Ernest Blatherson - Fri, 12 Dec 2014 05:12:17 EST ID:MqLatGVw No.70644 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>70634
>those who don't get with the program.
Is that why they keep trying to sterilize the nogs?


A conversation with a "moonie" by Beatrice Claydale - Wed, 19 Nov 2014 13:47:25 EST ID:rr0/bSFq No.70142 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, did you hear China and India are both trying to be the first country on the moon?
>What do you mean you tinfoil fucker? The USA already went there half a century ago!
Then why haven't we gone back?
>Duhhhhh, there's nothing there. No reason to go there but planting a flag and it's too expensive to do for shits and giggles.
Hasn't technology improved? All the computational power necessary for a flight costs as much as a cell phone now and the whole endeavor is well-documented.
>HAHAHA what an idiot! The US government kept some NASA project information secret! How did you not KNOW that?
To be honest I did. I wanted to trick you into saying that in order to ask you: what does the US government need to keep secret? I thought the moon was worthless old news?
>...whatever. We have fucking videos numbnuts!
Have you actually seen all 10 minutes of the publicly available moon landing footage? It looks kinda dubious.
>WOWIE what a tard. I'm not even gonna dignify that with a response. Answer me this dumbass: if america faked the videos why didn't the USSR call us on our shit?
Uh, do you think the cold war was really a good vs. evil battle? Both sides were controlled by the same people. Just like now. It's called-
>I'VE SEEN THE ROCKETS AND SATELLITES FROM A TELESCOPE EXPLAIN THAT FAG
I'm not saying we never put men in orbit. But the mere idea that we could fit a 1/6 size miniature rocket launch station into that tiny moon lander is laughable, to say the least.
>I'M NOT FULL OF SHIT!!!! RARRG!!!
*moonie proceeds to punch the inquirer in the face.
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Molly Drassleledging - Sun, 07 Dec 2014 13:02:06 EST ID:oSldSi3A No.70578 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70557
>but do you get what I'm saying?
I totally do man. You are right about it being abstract, and I can relate. So like for instance whenever we do any sort biochemical work, we are essentially working with things that cannot be seen. You can't see a molecule, a paracrine signalling hormone, even a protein for that matter, so you need to design a really tight protocol to determine you detection techniques are accurate and actually picking up what you say they are.

Good post none-the-less. I think you can definately argue that it was possible that it was faked. But it is just conjecture once again. I admit my last post was conjecture too, its dependent on whether or not anybody would even WANT to come forward, maybe they just didn't. Your post is conjecture in that it assumes there was something to be covered up, that the science was faulty, and that nobody felt the need for disclosure. And that's totally valid.

But in the sake of moving the conversation forward, what can you offer in terms of very good proof that the landings were not possible. I know you said the physics doesn't check out, but how so?
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Molly Drassleledging - Sun, 07 Dec 2014 13:15:06 EST ID:oSldSi3A No.70579 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>70534
>>70543

Read my post:
>>70532
specifically the end. Its called contrast. Camera's of all sorts adjust contrast to make light not wash out details of a picture. Something that is illuminated to heavily will saturate the photo to the point of it being white washed.

So the fore-ground, the area of the picture with astronauts and such, was the main focus of the picture. Because the surface of the moon is super-reflective, its very bright, much more so than stars. To normalize, the photo's contrast was set to make the foreground distinguishible, which makes stars appear too faint to see. If you enhance the contrast of the photo, stars will be made visible, but the foreground is white-washed. The intensities of light between the two parts of the picture are very different.

So as an example, when I take pictures of neurons expressing fluorescent proteins, this happens all the time. Lets say there's one neuron in the center of the pic making tons of the protein, surrounded by a bunch of cells making very small amounts of the protein. The photo that comes back will only really show the cell making tons of protein and the rest won't show up. But when you enhance the contrast, your shift the grayscale of the image such that it saturates the white pixels more. The very faint cells will begin to show up. But the one cell with lots of protein, which already has rather saturated white pixels, will white-wash, it will just become a bright white oval in the middle of the picture, devoid of detail.

Its really not all that hard to understand its its already been proven that the stars are there in the pictures. And this is today, with advanced confocal fluorescence microscopes. Its not a matter of just inventing a camera, its a basic principal of photography, inherent in the practice.

>And what about the flag? How did it stick straight out like that when there is no wind on the moon, hmm?
Nigga is you serious? I take it from your questions you don't research well. Its is so well known that I can't believe you are even asking, that the flag has a horizontal rod holding the flag up. Even conspiracy theorists of this subject don't debate th…
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Barnaby Siblingbury - Sun, 07 Dec 2014 14:34:37 EST ID:1hz3kYwL No.70581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70579
>Nigga is you serious?

No, I'm not. But I have seen some conspiracy folks try to argue that point and I thought it would be funny to bring up in this thread. Same with the no stars thing. Like, all the technical jargon aside, do people really think that none of the brilliant astrophysicists and engineers at NASA would have pointed out that there isn't supposed to be wind on the moon and that they accidentally forgot to put stars in the background, if these were actually serious mistakes? Whoopsy daisy!
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Augustus Sunningpan - Sun, 07 Dec 2014 20:26:52 EST ID:oSldSi3A No.70584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70581
Oh my bad then man. Sarcasm was never my strong suit lol
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Fanny Bardforth - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 15:08:24 EST ID:cJVv9NnH No.70636 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>70554
its held up by a bar


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