Pretty Tech Stirs up Idiots

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phanto's picture

Idiot: "It is too slow to be a rocket"

 

Don't you like clueless self-improvised experts like that?

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skeptoid's picture

Those guys don't purport to be experts - just goofballs. Name some clueless self-improvised experts you think I like.

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sal9000's picture
Master Mind

Cesar Millan and Suspicious0bservers(this guy works at t-mobile)

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Cesar Milan is not clueless (in his field you are clueless, however) and the Suspicious Observer guy doesn't claim to be an expert, just an observer (he quotes experts ad nauseum though). You can have as many tries as you want.

 

I could also point out that I am an expert on Network Neutrality issues surrounding Telecom, and look at the ratings I get from the kids who don't want to hear the truth. Today's experts are often tomorrow's embarrassed backpeddlers - I find you to be exceptionally dull. You like dull vidoes narrated by dull narrators about dull predictions and observations that conclude our existence is pretty dull. That's what YOU like, and for pretty specific psychological reasons I'm thinking. I find it all very dull, and that's just what I think.

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sal9000's picture
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cesar. what was that study he based his method on? you know that was discredited because they forced wolves from different packs to live with each other and obversed what happened transposed that onto dogs. i'm sure you know the one. you seem like a person that would look at both sides and form an opinion based on facts...

 

Suspicious0bserve(Ben Davidson) went to penn state for economics and meteorology according to his resume. kinda makes him an expert in a sense. also runs a viral marketing company.

 

if you were an expert you would be employed instead of "disabled". even stephen hawking shows up to work.

 

i dont pay attention to rating since i dont vote on anything.

 

you say dull, i say informed. you remind me of Tycho Brahe, a 16th century astronomer. he felt copernicus' system lacked religion. his idea was the moon orbited the earth, all other planets(dwarf planets) orbited the sun which in turn obited the earth. before he died he wanted kepler to adopted his method instead of copernicus. he wrote his on epitaph "He lived like a sage and died like a fool.". he also lost his nose in a duel and wore a prostetic one made from brass

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nsmo's picture

@sal9000 watch out man, that's pickle riiiiiick you're talking to. He's over 9000IQ

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You can be a resentful troll all you want - responding to your comments is easy, but again it's also dull. I don't like to go too hard on you because imagination does not appear to be your strong suit. Paragraph 1 - false: Cesar developed his knowledge by working with dogs closely from childhood. Ben doesn't claim to be an expert - he repeats this often. Next, sometimes people are so expert on a subject they're paid $250/hour to sit at home and just talk with people about it. Finally, about "being informed":

 

You go on being your hateful creepy self Sal - I understand the fix you're in

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Had a couple friends briefly flip out over this. Explained to them what it was, for the second time...

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It was about 30-40 minutes after sunset (twilight). So the rocket and the trail were still in the sun's light at that altitude, making for a very vivid spectacle. The color temperature of the contrail was awesome.

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Ozmen's picture
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That's cool. Science 4 teh win.

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