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Same way that you can see "water" on the street on a hot dry day.The one "science" guy was citing the reason you see a ship's mast and then the rest of the ship as it approaches from the distance being due to the curvature of the earth I think is incorrect. As I recall, it has to do with the refracting of light near a temperature differential at the ocean's surface.
lol...You really believe that temperature differential stuff? I thought everyone know it was because you're only looking at it with the top half of your iris.
ani625: We see with half eye..
Moon is half the size of the sun..
and finally, sun is smaller than the earth..
kru1e:He has a book titled science, its obviously a fact
mrgreenjeans:If he doesn't believe anyone knows how the human eye works, then he shouldn't be wearing glasses.
Ha at least I'm not the only person who noticed that. That's like having a cookbook called Food.kru1ee has a book titled science, its obviously a fact
I love the way the guy used the function of his bifocals as an indirect way to explain the flatness of the earth. That takes some real 'on the spot' creativity. I got a kick out of that. It reminds me of children who cover their faces and think you can't see them, or the time someone told me that Roy G. Biv invented the rainbow, or the time I said a bowling ball could float if it was hollowed out and lead was used to substitute the missing weight.I kept thinking if he only thinks he sees with half his eye, maybe he should take off the bifocals until he gets the prescription adjusted better.
Yes, I was laughing at the "Science" book too.
Does anyone know the native language in the video to verify if the subtitles are accurate? There seemed to be a lot more words spoken than words in subtitles, but it could have just been the way the language is spoken. Or, it could have been a spoof of some sort. It just seemed so outrageous, that I was wondering if it was some sort of joke/prank type show even. Maybe they set up a professional in a field under the guise of a debate, and then have an actor being so outlandish to see the professional's reaction. Afterall, he may have been lured in under the impression he was going to be interviewed to promote his new elementary school level textbook on Science. (I hope folks can understand I'm sometimes skeptical of YouTube content as a reliable source of translations of TV content. )
This happened after the Attorney General gave the go-ahead to same-sex couples' adoption requests.Shas MK Shlomo Benizri blamed gays Wednesday for the earthquakes that have shaken the region in recent months, telling a Knesset plenum debate on local authorities' earthquake preparedness that government action on homosexuality would do much to prevent the tremors.
Benizri said the government should not make do with reinforcing buildings, but should instead pass less legislation that encourages homosexuality and other "perversions like adoptions by lesbian couples."
what are you trying to say about hairdressers and choreographers?On the other hand this could be useful.
The USA is trying to develop an earthquake bomb for use against deep underground bunkers. If the IDF could just arrange a carefully positoned phased array of choreographers/hairdressers then with a carefully timed order they could project an earthquake at a chosen target.
My guess is that it was a right-leaning show and that they have someone posing as a physicist due to the nature of the answers given. The book that had "science" written on it looked to be little more than a prop attempting to portray the scientific man as a religious zealot of science and to make him appear exactly as we on this forum view the one spewing koran passages.edit - did anyone else notice the science guy refering to evidence gained from spaceships, satellites and shuttles? If spaceships isn't referring to sattelites and shuttles, then what other kind of spaceships is he collecting data from?
We've this reality TV show called "born to dance" (you can guess what it's about), your comment could give birth to a whole new class of conspiracy celebrity gossip.The USA is trying to develop an earthquake bomb for use against deep underground bunkers. If the IDF could just arrange a carefully positoned phased array of choreographers/hairdressers then with a carefully timed order they could project an earthquake at a chosen target.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0334754/" [Broken] - 7.7 user rating on IMDb, I liked it less.Ok - it would also work with isreali paratroops http://www.joelonsoftware.com/AboutMe.html Then you would also need a set of sergeants to bark orders like "on the count - camp it up"