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1074 clicks; posted to Geek » on 06 Jun 2020 at 4:50 PM (15 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-06-06 5:03:47 PM  
9 votes:
* the eclipse already happened.
* you had to be in Africa to see it and the ISS transit.
 
2020-06-06 10:14:06 PM  
1 vote:

bk3k: Some FE types where telling me the ISS isn't real (because space isn't real) and it is all a studio.  I pointed out they could buy a telescope (starting at $20 LOL), and see for themselves with their own eyeballs (the location at any given time is public knowledge).  Yet that was lost on them.  They will in no way, shape, or form put their views up to experimentation/testing.  Despite having the ability to confirm or deny this, they're more than happy to tell me I'm being fooled anyhow.


I have worked ISS since '96. That would be one hell of a con job. I am getting angry at all the paperwork I have pushed for something fake.

/thank god I am already drinking
 
2020-06-06 9:59:21 PM  
1 vote:
Some FE types where telling me the ISS isn't real (because space isn't real) and it is all a studio.  I pointed out they could buy a telescope (starting at $20 LOL), and see for themselves with their own eyeballs (the location at any given time is public knowledge).  Yet that was lost on them.  They will in no way, shape, or form put their views up to experimentation/testing.  Despite having the ability to confirm or deny this, they're more than happy to tell me I'm being fooled anyhow.
 
2020-06-06 6:23:13 PM  
1 vote:
The IIS is almost microscopic when it passes in front of the Moon. And it shoots by in like 2 secs. Good luck.
 
2020-06-06 5:59:46 PM  
1 vote:
I am not going to blame submitter on this one. Fark links take forever to post. 12 hours for not news is about standard. Going over that in submittal to post is easy to see.
 
2020-06-06 5:36:41 PM  
1 vote:
Missed it by this much, Daylatemitter.
 
2020-06-06 4:57:56 PM  
1 vote:
Look up?
 
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