Antarctic Shenanigans

Started by Jackstar, December 26, 2016, 01:13:16 PM

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pate

Quote from: Jackstar on January 14, 2017, 11:47:51 AM
66°36’12.69″S, 99°43’12.44″E

74°38’18.53″ S 164°31’48.53″ E

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19.5 it's in that data...



Quote from: Jackstar on January 15, 2017, 04:00:46 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HRwy6OF2mg



Jimmy Church really makes (Redacted) shine.
LOL- Thanks jackstar. :)
That episode was on my ToDo list to find and listen to. 

pate

hier ve fiend the Orange Juice.

Object as veil, bothan Kali and florid.

Mmm'trank'n!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEEasR7hVhA

albrecht

Scientists at the British Antarctic Survey are abandoning their research station for the first time ever this winter after a new worrying crack developed in the ice sheet.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/01/16/british-antarctic-survey-abandons-polar-base-worrying-crack/

Jackstar

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ON0zpYyVsRg


An oldie, but a goodie, from ten years ago. Wednesday - January 17, 2007.

Never more relevant.

Jackstar

Quote from: Just in Case of Fire on January 01, 2017, 06:44:35 AM
71° 56′ 55.29″ S 23° 20′ 42.94″ E


DO IT


74°35’39.74″S 164°54’44.56″E


One thing is certain: no matter the actors, this is one very long con.

Jackstar

One of the marvelous things about earth.google.com is the way it starts up, with a view of the globe of Earth from outer space.

Then, the camera begins to rotate and zoom in on one's geographical location. If allowed to proceed, it'll go from space, to your house, which is keen. However, the Search function is available during these events, and unlike BellGab, it functions.


Another of the marvelous things is this:


starrmtn001

Quote from: albrecht on January 16, 2017, 04:59:44 PM
Scientists at the British Antarctic Survey are abandoning their research station for the first time ever this winter after a new worrying crack developed in the ice sheet.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/01/16/british-antarctic-survey-abandons-polar-base-worrying-crack/

British Antarctic Survey.  1.16.17.

https://youtu.be/92S91DcIxsk

albrecht

Quote from: StarrMountain® 2010 on January 18, 2017, 12:33:10 PM
British Antarctic Survey.  1.16.17.

https://youtu.be/92S91DcIxsk
Whoa. Scary. I'd be outta there also! Thanks for posting.

Jackstar

Quote from: albrecht on January 18, 2017, 01:07:37 PM
Scary. I'd be outta there also!



Oh, yeah, look, it's coming right for them.

Surely there's nothing interesting at the new location that they'd rather not tell people was interesting enough to move a base towards.


Jackstar

One thing is for certain: if Steve Quayle is slinging the hash, it contains corned beef.



Jackstar

Quote30-mile-wide motherships that have been found. They are significantly below the surface, under three and a half miles of ice, and would by no means be visible by conventional optics


Tits or GTFO.

pate

Special Operational Knowledge, Third-Eye Knowledge, what knowledge or any knowledge?

ACKnowledge?

The Trivium does not accept given or imparted knowledge, one must accept this.

Proof goes *poof* under those rules.

Next strawman, appeal to authority notwithstanding the burden.

Your move, Atlas.

(apogees, but do better.  Do better, instead of trying harder..)

ediot: punctuation & appeal to better angles/angels


starrmtn001

11 Strange Discoveries in Antarctica.  1.30.17.

https://youtu.be/JJeTxTcRD8A


If you can stomach Rense, looks like he'll have an Antarctica show with Cooper on in a few

albrecht

Quote from: Walks_At_Night on February 10, 2017, 08:59:05 PM
If you can stomach Rense, looks like he'll have an Antarctica show with Cooper on in a few
He makes it so hard to listen/find his shows though. But I do admire him keeping a website tech circa mid-90's likely using 'hotdog' HTML to write it, or Geocities, and black backgrounds and flashing "hot links" are oh so easy on the eyes!

Jackstar

Quote from: Walks_At_Night on February 10, 2017, 08:59:05 PM
stomach Rense


... you know this site is called George Noory Sucks, right?

Ciardelo

QuoteSounds like a bunch of gay cowboys.

--Jeff Rense 2017/02/10

QuoteNot that there is anything wrong with that

Dyna-X

From the Washington Post on Feb 15 in an article about space, they let it slip that Newt Gingrich is the latest high profile person to visit Antarctica:

Newt Gingrich, an influential adviser to Trump when it comes to space issues, is among those pushing for a more entrepreneurial space program. In an email to The Washington Post, Gingrich, who said he was on a trip to Antarctica, blasted NASA for becoming an agency that avoids risk, and said the space program should leverage the enthusiasm and money of the many billionaires interested in commercializing space.

albrecht

Quote from: Dyna-X on February 24, 2017, 03:54:04 PM
From the Washington Post on Feb 15 in an article about space, they let it slip that Newt Gingrich is the latest high profile person to visit Antarctica:

Newt Gingrich, an influential adviser to Trump when it comes to space issues, is among those pushing for a more entrepreneurial space program. In an email to The Washington Post, Gingrich, who said he was on a trip to Antarctica, blasted NASA for becoming an agency that avoids risk, and said the space program should leverage the enthusiasm and money of the many billionaires interested in commercializing space.
Interesting...
http://www.smh.com.au/world/nasa-under-donald-trump-plans-to-compete-with-chinas-space-program-20170215-gudyru.html
Maybe Jaz can confirm if a legit or "fake news" site.
http://www.fairfaxmedia.com.au/Company/Corporate-Profile/corporate-profile



Dyna-X

Quote from: albrecht on February 24, 2017, 11:06:53 PM
Interesting...
http://www.smh.com.au/world/nasa-under-donald-trump-plans-to-compete-with-chinas-space-program-20170215-gudyru.html
Maybe Jaz can confirm if a legit or "fake news" site.
http://www.fairfaxmedia.com.au/Company/Corporate-Profile/corporate-profile

In an event, Trump did indeed ask NASA if they could get a crew on the first heavy launch booster and Orion spacecraft and do a fly-by of the moon. Right now, NASA is doing a one month feasibility study to see how this will affect schedules and budgets. It may end up in 2019 vs. 2018 as currently planned if a crew is onboard. Reuters, Business Insider and others are reporting this. I hope it can happen.

GravitySucks

Quote from: Dyna-X on February 24, 2017, 11:53:02 PM
In an event, Trump did indeed ask NASA if they could get a crew on the first heavy launch booster and Orion spacecraft and do a fly-by of the moon. Right now, NASA is doing a one month feasibility study to see how this will affect schedules and budgets. It may end up in 2019 vs. 2018 as currently planned if a crew is onboard. Reuters, Business Insider and others are reporting this. I hope it can happen.

Seems plausible. The SLS hardware is Shuttle derivative and the Orion has already gone through a pad abort test as well as an unmanned launch.

Software will be the biggest challenge. But it should be inherently safer than the first Shuttle launch.

Dyna-X

Quote from: GravitySucks on February 25, 2017, 12:01:22 AM
Seems plausible. The SLS hardware is Shuttle derivative and the Orion has already gone through a pad abort test as well as an unmanned launch.

Software will be the biggest challenge. But it should be inherently safer than the first Shuttle launch.

The only other items needing completion and validation are the life support related (ECLSS) and crew systems (easy), just a matter of funding more than anything.

GravitySucks

Quote from: Dyna-X on February 25, 2017, 12:31:41 AM
The only other items needing completion and validation are the life support related (ECLSS) and crew systems (easy), just a matter of funding more than anything.

There has not been any schedule pressure on either because there is no clear mission defined. Obama cancelled Constellation and then Congress forced SLS and Orion into the budget but without a destination. Obama refused to go back to the moon because that was Bush's plan.

Dyna-X

Now that this thread is completely derailed to the moon, might has well take a look inside the spacecraft. I wonder if they really will recycle the ACES suits.


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