• I really wish that developers would stop using out of date libraries to build programs. It makes things hard, and it takes up a lot of space on my hard drive.
    I really wish that developers would stop using out of date libraries to build programs. It makes things hard, and it takes up a lot of space on my hard drive. 🤦‍♂️
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  • “People need to be aware that there is a range of models that could explain the observations…

    For instance, I can construct you a spherically symmetrical universe with Earth at its center, and you cannot disprove it based on observations… You can only exclude it on philosophical grounds…

    What I want to bring into the open is the fact that we are using philosophical criteria in choosing our models. A lot of cosmology tries to hide that.” - George Ellis – W. Wayt Gibbs, “Profile: George F. R. Ellis,” Scientific American, October 1995, Vol. 273, No.4, p. 55

    As Einstein himself noted, there simply is no experimental test that can ever be performed that can prove that the earth is not the center of the universe:

    “One need not view the existence of such centrifugal forces as originating from the motion of K’ [the Earth]; one could just as well account for them as resulting from the average rotational effect of distant, detectable masses as evidenced in the vicinity of K’ [the Earth], whereby K’ [the Earth] is treated as being at rest.” –Albert Einstein, quoted in Hans Thirring, “On the Effect of Distant Rotating Masses in Einstein’s Theory of Gravitation”, Physikalische Zeitschrift 22, 29, 1921 “We can’t feel our motion through space, nor has any physical experiment ever proved that the Earth actually is in motion.,,, If all the objects in space were removed save one, then no one could say whether that one remaining object was at rest or hurtling through the void at 100,000 miles per second” Historian Lincoln Barnett – “The Universe and Dr. Einstein” – pg 73 (contains a foreword by Albert Einstein)

    In regards to General Relativity overturning the Copernican Principle, Fred Hoyle stated,
    “The relation of the two pictures [geocentrism and geokineticism] is reduced to a mere coordinate transformation and it is the main tenet of the Einstein theory that any two ways of looking at the world which are related to each other by a coordinate transformation are entirely equivalent from a physical point of view…. Today we cannot say that the Copernican theory is ‘right’ and the Ptolemaic theory ‘wrong’ in any meaningful physical sense.” Hoyle, Fred. Nicolaus Copernicus. London: Heinemann Educational Books Ltd., 1973.

    https://uncommondescent.com/intelligent-design/the-science-based-arguments-against-copernicus-and-galileo/
    “People need to be aware that there is a range of models that could explain the observations… For instance, I can construct you a spherically symmetrical universe with Earth at its center, and you cannot disprove it based on observations… You can only exclude it on philosophical grounds… What I want to bring into the open is the fact that we are using philosophical criteria in choosing our models. A lot of cosmology tries to hide that.” - George Ellis – W. Wayt Gibbs, “Profile: George F. R. Ellis,” Scientific American, October 1995, Vol. 273, No.4, p. 55 As Einstein himself noted, there simply is no experimental test that can ever be performed that can prove that the earth is not the center of the universe: “One need not view the existence of such centrifugal forces as originating from the motion of K’ [the Earth]; one could just as well account for them as resulting from the average rotational effect of distant, detectable masses as evidenced in the vicinity of K’ [the Earth], whereby K’ [the Earth] is treated as being at rest.” –Albert Einstein, quoted in Hans Thirring, “On the Effect of Distant Rotating Masses in Einstein’s Theory of Gravitation”, Physikalische Zeitschrift 22, 29, 1921 “We can’t feel our motion through space, nor has any physical experiment ever proved that the Earth actually is in motion.,,, If all the objects in space were removed save one, then no one could say whether that one remaining object was at rest or hurtling through the void at 100,000 miles per second” Historian Lincoln Barnett – “The Universe and Dr. Einstein” – pg 73 (contains a foreword by Albert Einstein) In regards to General Relativity overturning the Copernican Principle, Fred Hoyle stated, “The relation of the two pictures [geocentrism and geokineticism] is reduced to a mere coordinate transformation and it is the main tenet of the Einstein theory that any two ways of looking at the world which are related to each other by a coordinate transformation are entirely equivalent from a physical point of view…. Today we cannot say that the Copernican theory is ‘right’ and the Ptolemaic theory ‘wrong’ in any meaningful physical sense.” Hoyle, Fred. Nicolaus Copernicus. London: Heinemann Educational Books Ltd., 1973. https://uncommondescent.com/intelligent-design/the-science-based-arguments-against-copernicus-and-galileo/
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  • Remembering Stanley Kubrick and 2001 A Space Odyssey
    source:
    https://twitter.com/PapiTrumpo/status/1777166868056318147
    Remembering Stanley Kubrick and 2001 A Space Odyssey source: https://twitter.com/PapiTrumpo/status/1777166868056318147
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  • [INSPIRED] "THERE IS NO OUTER SPACE" | FLAT EARTH DAVE RETURNS FOR 2ND INTERVIEW [JUL 7, 2022]

    The FIRST #Truth you need to come to is YHWH's TRUTH!
    From there have fun!

    Be very careful about the claim that
    "We are CREATORS, and we create our reality"

    We do have "cause and effect" but we are NOT "Creators"
    There is but one creator!

    Of course we are created "In His image"
    And we do possess some control over our trajectory......

    But we CANNOT just "manifest any reality we choose"
    This is dangerous turf folks!

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/Qd7dorYOcAUx/
    [INSPIRED] "THERE IS NO OUTER SPACE" | FLAT EARTH DAVE RETURNS FOR 2ND INTERVIEW [JUL 7, 2022] The FIRST #Truth you need to come to is YHWH's TRUTH! From there have fun! Be very careful about the claim that "We are CREATORS, and we create our reality" We do have "cause and effect" but we are NOT "Creators" There is but one creator! Of course we are created "In His image" And we do possess some control over our trajectory...... But we CANNOT just "manifest any reality we choose" This is dangerous turf folks! https://www.bitchute.com/video/Qd7dorYOcAUx/
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  • The recent Solar Eclipse from orbit. Video Courtesy of Elon Musk & SpaceX
    The recent Solar Eclipse from orbit. Video Courtesy of Elon Musk & SpaceX
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  • Brazilian inquiry accepted, about SpaceX after granted satellite exploration rights to the companies SpaceX, last year satellites in non-geostationary systems will require a new authorization by the Government in his vote.
    Brazilian inquiry accepted, about SpaceX after granted satellite exploration rights to the companies SpaceX, last year satellites in non-geostationary systems will require a new authorization by the Government in his vote.
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  • NASA has a rigorous and well-established process for evaluating the continuation of projects, especially those related to scientific research and space exploration, including the development of telescopes and spacecraft. This process typically involves a thorough assessment of scientific objectives, technical feasibility, budget considerations, and overall mission priorities.

    Claims that spacecraft projects have become more challenging due to the quality of engineers and astronomers involved are likely to be scrutinized within this evaluation process. However, it's important to note that NASA consistently works with highly skilled professionals, including engineers and scientists, who undergo rigorous training and are held to high standards of competence and expertise.

    If concerns arise about the quality of personnel involved in spacecraft projects, NASA would likely address these issues through measures such as additional training, enhanced oversight, or adjustments to team composition. Ultimately, decisions about the continuation of projects would be based on a comprehensive analysis of various factors, including scientific merit, technical feasibility, resource availability, and the potential for achieving mission objectives.


    NASA has a long-standing process for evaluating whether to continue projects on science and costs of next telescopes took the issue with the claims that spacecrafts have become more difficult because of increasing bad engineers and Astronomers.

    NASA has a rigorous and well-established process for evaluating the continuation of projects, especially those related to scientific research and space exploration, including the development of telescopes and spacecraft. This process typically involves a thorough assessment of scientific objectives, technical feasibility, budget considerations, and overall mission priorities. Claims that spacecraft projects have become more challenging due to the quality of engineers and astronomers involved are likely to be scrutinized within this evaluation process. However, it's important to note that NASA consistently works with highly skilled professionals, including engineers and scientists, who undergo rigorous training and are held to high standards of competence and expertise. If concerns arise about the quality of personnel involved in spacecraft projects, NASA would likely address these issues through measures such as additional training, enhanced oversight, or adjustments to team composition. Ultimately, decisions about the continuation of projects would be based on a comprehensive analysis of various factors, including scientific merit, technical feasibility, resource availability, and the potential for achieving mission objectives. NASA has a long-standing process for evaluating whether to continue projects on science and costs of next telescopes took the issue with the claims that spacecrafts have become more difficult because of increasing bad engineers and Astronomers.
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  • So... last Saturday I was turfed out of my apartment of two years because I still hadn't found a job and had nowhere to go, but the landlady still wanted to give the apartment to the guy upstairs that she had promised it to, because she knew I was leaving... and because it was so small, with all my furniture, books etc., keeping it clean was a major endeavour. This is one of the things that I discovered very early about living here - small places are cheap, but the lack of space makes cleaning difficult.

    Ironically, after getting a different visa and relocating half way across the peninsula (at some expense, believe it!!!), I am now in a large one-room officetel in a relatively old building, and what a surprise! The floor is filthy and the bathroom is taking time to clean.

    Not much to complain about, really, as despite its size, it has probably the lowest rental price in the last eight years. However, it had clearly (like other previous places) been vacant for enough time to have lots of dirt trailed in by estate agents and dissatisfied customers. My second place in Daegu was so filthy that it took literally two weeks of washing the floors with acid bleach to get them clean, and it looks like this place is pretty similar. One learns the virtue of persistence... especially as a friend here found a great used refrigerator for me online last night, negotiated a reduction and the seller is due to deliver it here in about two hours.

    Anyway, after a number of distractions yesterday (Friday), I got my 3D printer reassembled today and it looks like it is working fine... owing to the open plan and a lack of curtains, I cursed myself for forgetting those door-mounted towel hooks and resolved to print one so I can undress out of sight in the bathroom...

    So... last Saturday I was turfed out of my apartment of two years because I still hadn't found a job and had nowhere to go, but the landlady still wanted to give the apartment to the guy upstairs that she had promised it to, because she knew I was leaving... and because it was so small, with all my furniture, books etc., keeping it clean was a major endeavour. This is one of the things that I discovered very early about living here - small places are cheap, but the lack of space makes cleaning difficult. Ironically, after getting a different visa and relocating half way across the peninsula (at some expense, believe it!!!), I am now in a large one-room officetel in a relatively old building, and what a surprise! The floor is filthy and the bathroom is taking time to clean. Not much to complain about, really, as despite its size, it has probably the lowest rental price in the last eight years. However, it had clearly (like other previous places) been vacant for enough time to have lots of dirt trailed in by estate agents and dissatisfied customers. My second place in Daegu was so filthy that it took literally two weeks of washing the floors with acid bleach to get them clean, and it looks like this place is pretty similar. One learns the virtue of persistence... especially as a friend here found a great used refrigerator for me online last night, negotiated a reduction and the seller is due to deliver it here in about two hours. Anyway, after a number of distractions yesterday (Friday), I got my 3D printer reassembled today and it looks like it is working fine... owing to the open plan and a lack of curtains, I cursed myself for forgetting those door-mounted towel hooks and resolved to print one so I can undress out of sight in the bathroom...
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  • https://medforth.biz/men-need-their-own-spaces-cucks-cockwombles-how-the-right-should-fight-back/
    https://medforth.biz/men-need-their-own-spaces-cucks-cockwombles-how-the-right-should-fight-back/
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  • John Houk Thinks retired US Army Major General Paul Vallely uses a ghost writer solely because of his age. Personally, I think John Houk has lost his marbles because of his own age.

    Introduction to retired US Army Major General Paul E Vallely
    Author & Retired General Paul E Vallely meets FreeSpace @ CPAC 2022 "We're Going to Save America"
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    Best-selling Author & retired 32-year military veteran General Paul E. Vallely has served America all around the world including two combat tours in Vietnam. He met with FreeSpace Social's Kylie Jean at CPAC 2022 with an inspiring message of determination & hope.

    "We're going to turn this country around; we really are".
    [JohnHouk] Thinks retired US Army Major General Paul Vallely uses a ghost writer solely because of his age. Personally, I think John Houk has lost his marbles because of his own age. Introduction to retired US Army Major General Paul E Vallely Author & Retired General Paul E Vallely meets FreeSpace @ CPAC 2022 "We're Going to Save America" 37 views Aug 31, 2022 Best-selling Author & retired 32-year military veteran General Paul E. Vallely has served America all around the world including two combat tours in Vietnam. He met with FreeSpace Social's Kylie Jean at CPAC 2022 with an inspiring message of determination & hope. "We're going to turn this country around; we really are".
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