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Not possible and the manufacturer of said film(kodak), has said publicly that there was nothing special about the film the astro-nots pretended to use that would have protected it from either the temperature extremes or the radiation that NASA themselves claim existed on the moon as well as the trip there and back.

The whole thing is just a bunch of lies.
Perhaps we are living in an era of The Great Awakening. Who knows? Pass the popcorn please!
 

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Yeah but we really really did go to the Moon...REALLY! People will believe anything these days and some will fight you tooth and nail to support their failed beliefs because they can't face the truth!

Amazing isnt it, the greatest feat of mankind and NASA loses 13,000 reels of evidence! Forget all the other evidences, this one thing tells the entire story.
 

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Amazing isnt it, the greatest feat of mankind and NASA loses 13,000 reels of evidence! Forget all the other evidences, this one thing tells the entire story.
After hemming and hawing about the whereabouts of the original footage and telemetry data for decades, NASholes finally admitted in 2009 that the reels were "degaussed" to save money/space.


Not their data to erase, but apparently none of that matters when you're a corrupt gumbymint federal agency committing one of the biggest frauds in human history.
 

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After hemming and hawing about the whereabouts of the original footage and telemetry data for decades, NASholes finally admitted in 2009 that the reels were "degaussed" to save money/space.


Not their data to erase, but apparently none of that matters when you're a corrupt gumbymint federal agency committing one of the biggest frauds in human history.
just think what the Muslims must feel like by now....

NASA chief says agency's goal is Muslim outreach, forgets to mention space​


 

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The NASholes have been overtly political for some while now. They also want the herd thinned because they think the pesky little people are damaging "spaceship Earth". IOW the NASholes want you dead because climate change weather.

Unfortunately, many won't stop worshiping NASA douchebags long enough to realize they're just like all the other federal regime alphabet agencies peddling political bs that betrays the people keeping their lights on. I can only assume most consider NASA "different" because "space is cool".
 

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The NASholes have been overtly political for some while now. They also want the herd thinned because they think the pesky little people are damaging "spaceship Earth". IOW the NASholes want you dead because climate change weather.

Unfortunately, many won't stop worshiping NASA douchebags long enough to realize they're just like all the other federal regime alphabet agencies peddling political bs that betrays the people keeping their lights on. I can only assume most consider NASA "different" because "space is cool".
well, they really have some cool symbolism, very colorful and demonic
 

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well, they really have some cool symbolism, very colorful and demonic
That's a feature...not a bug. lol

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They like to name their scammy missions after polytheistic deities too. Kind of pathetic if you think about it.
 

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Watch "Buzz Aldrin on Late Night with Conan O'Brien (2000)" on YouTube

 

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I'll be darned, 40 billion billions of 'em​


Our Universe Probably Has 40 Billion Billions of Black Holes​


Meaghan Kirby
Fri, January 21, 2022, 11:12 AM


Black holes have long been a fairly enigmatic entity within our universe. Discovered in the ’60s, the first black hole wasn’t formally confirmed until the ’70s. And it wasn’t until 2019 that we saw the first image of a black hole. But it turns out there are likely a lot of them. A team of scientists at Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati studying the demographics of stellar mass black holes are releasing a series of papers with their findings, and their first paper delivers a supernova-sized bombshell.
In their (very well-studied) estimation, our universe has 40 billion billions of black holes. Yes, billion billions. Forty of them, in fact. This is what it looks like in number form, to help get a sense of just how monumental that number is: 40,000,000,000,000,000,000. Just so many zeroes.
An illustration of a black hole

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The paper was recently published in The Astrophysical Journal. (We first saw this at Gizmodo.) Alex Sicilia, a SISSA Ph.d student, leads the team, which consists of supervisors and a series of collaborators both at the institution and around the world. So how did the team come up with that astonishing number? Using SEVN, a stellar evolution code and combining it with relevant data on stars in galaxies. Specifically, stars’ metallicity, mass, and formation rates.
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“The innovative character of this work is in the coupling of a detailed model of stellar and binary evolution with advanced recipes for star formation and metal enrichment in individual galaxies,” Sicila said in a press release. “This is one of the first, and one of the most robust, ab initio computation of the stellar black hole mass function across cosmic history.”
Concept art of a supermassive black hole

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Part of their study also looked at the ways in which black holes, especially those of differing mass sizes, form. As stated above, their research focused on stellar black holes, one of the four categories of black hole. They examined isolated stars, binary systems, and stellar clusters. And it’s the latter, per their findings, that contribute to the formation of massive stellar black holes.
So there are a hell of a lot of black holes out in the universe. And, to think about it, this is just the first of presumably several papers. If this is what they’re starting with, we’re very curious to see what the SISSA team publishes next.

The post Our Universe Probably Has 40 Billion Billions of Black Holes appeared first on Nerdist.

 

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40 billion billions of black holes. Yes, billion billions. Forty of them, in fact. This is what it looks like in number form, to help get a sense of just how monumental that number is: 40,000,000,000,000,000,000. Just so many zeroes.
What's this 40 billion billions stuff? They should just call it what it is, 40 quintillion.
 

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I know nothing. I can prove it.
I have been told by experts that gravity is a function of time.
I don't pretend to understand that nor do I pretend to debunk it.

I do know I had a few Commodore 64s and I couldn't use them to navigate to the PX never mind the moon.
 

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I know nothing. I can prove it.
I have been told by experts that gravity is a function of time.
I don't pretend to understand that nor do I pretend to debunk it.

I do know I had a few Commodore 64s and I couldn't use them to navigate to the PX never mind the moon.
i had one of those and learned about gravity when tossing it off of a train bridge...that science is fascinating stuff
 

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i had one of those and learned about gravity when tossing it off of a train bridge...that science is fascinating stuff
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