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Old 01-31-2019, 02:52 PM   #51
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Can Dark Fluid melt steel? That's the only question here that REALLY matters.
Only mini-nukes can melt steel.

Everyone knows that.
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Old 01-31-2019, 03:10 PM   #52
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Only mini-nukes can melt steel.

Everyone knows that.
You are displaying your ignorance. One thing is certain. Jet fuel and office furniture cannot melt steel nor cause it to fail. Not even close.

Yet steel was melted on 9/11 -- as this video shows. The bright yellow color of the molten metal pouring out of WTC-2 is indicative. It is the color of molten steel.



WTC2 South Tower on 9/11 Molten Metal North-East Corner
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Old 01-31-2019, 03:21 PM   #53
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You are displaying your ignorance. One thing is certain. Jet fuel and office furniture cannot melt steel nor cause it to fail. Not even close.

Yet steel was melted on 9/11 -- as this video shows. The bright yellow color of the molten metal pouring out of WTC-2 is indicative. It is the color of molten steel.



WTC2 South Tower on 9/11 Molten Metal North-East Corner
I'm actually displaying your ignorance.

Mini-nukes will never get old.
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Old 01-31-2019, 05:21 PM   #54
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Not just any ol' mini-nukes.

They have to be red mercury-powered pure-fusion mini-nukes.
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Old 01-31-2019, 07:09 PM   #55
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So what melted the steel columns? You guys are still clueless after all these years.

You haven't learned a G****ned thing.
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Old 02-01-2019, 06:42 AM   #56
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Thermite?

Nanothermate?

Nanothermite?

Red-mercury-powered pure-fusion mini-nukes?

You've promoted all of them at one time or another, depending on your fancy and your degree of obvious mental illness on the given day.
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So what melted the steel columns? You guys are still clueless after all these years.

You haven't learned a G****ned thing.
You seem surprised. How is it that you could possibly be surprised?

Exactly when was it that you acquired even a single convert on this board?

That has never happened. Even once.

Man. Talk about "still clueless after all these years".

The only "G****ned thing" you've learned is how good it feels to be part of the Super Secret Club that knows All the Answers to Life, the Universe and Everything.

And in exchange for membership, all they require of you is that you leave your Critical Reasoning Cap and your Occam's Razor at the door.

Such a small price.

Such a huge price.

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Old 02-01-2019, 07:33 PM   #58
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So what melted the steel columns? You guys are still clueless after all these years.

You haven't learned a G****ned thing.
Are you going to school us on how we missed the boat on us at war with Iran?
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Old 02-01-2019, 08:03 PM   #59
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You seem surprised. How is it that you could possibly be surprised?

Exactly when was it that you acquired even a single convert on this board?

That has never happened. Even once.

Man. Talk about "still clueless after all these years".

The only "G****ned thing" you've learned is how good it feels to be part of the Super Secret Club that knows All the Answers to Life, the Universe and Everything.

And in exchange for membership, all they require of you is that you leave your Critical Reasoning Cap and your Occam's Razor at the door.

Such a small price.

Such a huge price.
So you are telling us you have an opinion? On what exactly? Reread what you just posted. It adds up to zip-ola.

Did you do deep research on 9/11? Or on anything?

I've posted many research papers about 9/11 - -and published two books. Here's my first 9/11 paper -- posted back in 2006. It's still current because no one ever refuted it. No one on this forum came close.

The worst error was a typo. Maybe you can do better...Good luck.

Dead On Arrival

The NIST 9/11 Report on the WTC Collapse

By Mark H. Gaffney

http://www.informationclearinghouse....ticle15970.htm
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So you are telling us you have an opinion? On what exactly? Reread what you just posted. It adds up to zip-ola.

Did you do deep research on 9/11?
A daisy chain of conspiracy nutjobs does not count as deep research.
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https://www.nola.com/education/2019/...-among-us.html
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Nice.

Doc seems pretty full of himself.
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Actually, it shows a lot more than a Doc full of himself. It shows an active mission to explain away what could be evidence of ET technology as nothing more than normal occurrences. Every thing is slanted to one side in the science world. --That has always been your tell.
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Been watching a lot of How the Universe Works on Science Channel, there are a lot of empty space but also space dust (not to mention, rouge black holes and planets) and if any space vehicle traveling at quarter or fifth of the speed of light hit a fleck of dust it would be catastrophic to any space vehicle. Just one of the many obstacles to true space travel.
Seen all of them, they're fun to watch. As I see it, the biggest obstacle in space travel is distance. In order to get anywhere, you have to go really really fast. The problem with that is, the faster you go, the more energy it takes because of Mass. There's a reason why all the particles that travel at the speed of light can do so, is because they are all massless particles. The dust wouldn't be a problem as they could eventually create magnetic shields that would block dust, since dust has a magnetic influence.

Nope, I think we're all destined to be stuck on this rock. Unless mankind finds a way to transform into something other than hunks of flesh.
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Actually, it shows a lot more than a Doc full of himself. It shows an active mission to explain away what could be evidence of ET technology as nothing more than normal occurrences. Every thing is slanted to one side in the science world. --That has always been your tell.
A couple Carl Sagan quotes:

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.

The fact that some geniuses were laughed at does not imply that all who are laughed at are geniuses. They laughed at Columbus, they laughed at Fulton, they laughed at the Wright brothers. But they also laughed at Bozo the Clown.
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A couple Carl Sagan quotes:

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.

The fact that some geniuses were laughed at does not imply that all who are laughed at are geniuses. They laughed at Columbus, they laughed at Fulton, they laughed at the Wright brothers. But they also laughed at Bozo the Clown.
I liked his stance. He's willing to have an educated discussion on what it could be. The others, not so much. That is some closed-minded science.
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I liked his stance. He's willing to have an educated discussion on what it could be. The others, not so much. That is some closed-minded science.
Do you have examples of what you consider "closed-minded science"?
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Do you have examples of what you consider "closed-minded science"?
According to the article and an expert in the field... I'll paraphrase it for you.

An item was spotted in our universe acting like nothing seen before. The regular cronies wanted to sweep it under the rug. The Harvard professor speaking out thinks it is ET technology. The regular cronies say nah. Super duper rock instead.

You'd think the fields reaction would be excitement...nah. Cronies say professor is starved for attention (aren't they all) and borderline loon. Professor says prove it is a rock. They say nah. You a loon and it's a super duper rock.

Professor tells them to suck it!
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Extraordinary claims (it's an ET craft) require extraordinary evidence.

He needs more evidence.
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Extraordinary claims (it's an ET craft) require extraordinary evidence.

He needs more evidence.
I think they think your brain would explode if you knew the truth. I think they're right.
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I'm skeptical. There's lots of weird **** in the universe.

Doesn't mean it's aliens passing by.
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I'm skeptical. There's lots of weird **** in the universe.

Doesn't mean it's aliens passing by.
There's no proof black holes exist in the universe. Yet, the cronies would say it is likely they do. (no extraordinary evidence needed)

There's proof life exists in the universe. (our planet) Yet, cronies would would say they need extraordinary evidence as proof.

The main focus of modern science is to disprove religion.
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There's no proof black holes exist in the universe. Yet, the cronies would say it is likely they do. (no extraordinary evidence needed)

There's proof life exists in the universe. (our planet) Yet, cronies would would say they need extraordinary evidence as proof.

The main focus of modern science is to disprove religion.
You just went off the rails.

Why?

Who are "cronies"?
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There's no proof black holes exist in the universe. Yet, the cronies would say it is likely they do. (no extraordinary evidence needed)

There's proof life exists in the universe. (our planet) Yet, cronies would would say they need extraordinary evidence as proof.

The main focus of modern science is to disprove religion.
There is lots of proof of black holes-example: multiple stars orbiting something faster than would be possible unless that something were a thing with all of the properties of a black hole. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TF8THY5spmo

You're mistaken in your second assertion. Most cosmologists believe that it is likely, given what we know and the nearly infinite possibilities, that life exists outside of our planet. The issue is that there is not yet evidence of such life, only speculation and probability on the side of life. We can't point at a planet outside of Earth and say "there is life on that planet," we can only say that conditions seem to exist on that planet that would be consistent with life as we know it.

As for your last point, you're going to have to be more specific as there are thousands of religions/dieties. It's kinda silly to say that science-the systematic study of the nature of our universe through observation and experiment-is focused on disproving religion. If science appears to you to disprove your religion, it is likely that your religion is inconsistent with reality.

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1- There is lots of proof of black holes-example: multiple stars orbiting something faster than would be possible unless that something were a thing with all of the properties of a black hole. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TF8THY5spmo

2- You're mistaken in your second assertion. Most cosmologists believe that it is likely, given what we know and the nearly infinite possibilities, that life exists outside of our planet. The issue is that there is not yet evidence of such life, only speculation and probability on the side of life. We can't point at a planet outside of Earth and say "there is life on that planet," we can only say that conditions seem to exist on that planet that would be consistent with life as we know it.

3 As for your last point, you're going to have to be more specific as there are thousands of religions/dieties. It's kinda silly to say that science-the systematic study of the nature of our universe through observation and experiment-is focused on disproving religion. If science appears to you to disprove your religion, it is likely that your religion is inconsistent with reality.
1- Nope. There's no proof for black holes. Just accepted speculation really. Something to fill in the holes. Like most everything else about the science.

2-Our planet, ancient writings, ancient structures and simple mathematical probability should suffice. But no. They need extraordinary proof

3- Refer to the article I posted. Pretty big actually. The natural reaction among the community should be excitement. But rather it was quick action to discredit.

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