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Old 09-11-2008, 09:46 AM   #31
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I thought they already blasted it, my bad.
They did, well, the test blast anyway. My last comment had sarcasm written all over it BTW.
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Old 09-11-2008, 10:11 AM   #33
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They did, well, the test blast anyway. My last comment had sarcasm written all over it BTW.
Oh I know.
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Problem is, even after this experiment, it will still be a THEORY. I am all for knowledge, hell I have been vocal about NASA support, but I am not so sure I agree with this. I don't see how this will matter. So please someone fill me in on how or why this is important other than saying "knowledge". What exactly are we trying to prove that we don't already have a theory for?
Really? When you have a theory the whole point is that you have to prove it. What the f*ck is the point of having a theory if you don't try to prove it? I think you have very little idea about what this was about and suggest you do some reading so you can understand the potential impact this apparently unimportant information(to you) could yield.
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Problem is, even after this experiment, it will still be a THEORY. I am all for knowledge, hell I have been vocal about NASA support, but I am not so sure I agree with this. I don't see how this will matter. So please someone fill me in on how or why this is important other than saying "knowledge". What exactly are we trying to prove that we don't already have a theory for?
I think they're perhaps trying to prove theories themselves (or at least parts of them).
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Old 09-11-2008, 11:21 AM   #36
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Problem is, even after this experiment, it will still be a THEORY. I am all for knowledge, hell I have been vocal about NASA support, but I am not so sure I agree with this. I don't see how this will matter. So please someone fill me in on how or why this is important other than saying "knowledge". What exactly are we trying to prove that we don't already have a theory for?
gravity.. the higgs boson... string theory... this may be the building block for controlling black holes or using gravity as waves or who knows what else.

what if columbus had your mindset? "traveling west is too expensive, what's it going to prove?" - the NFL wouldn't even exist. shame on you.
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gravity.. the higgs boson... string theory... this may be the building block for controlling black holes or using gravity as waves or who knows what else.

what if columbus had your mindset? "traveling west is too expensive, what's it going to prove?" - the NFL wouldn't even exist. shame on you.
The potential findings of this experiment could be ground breaking to say the least.
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I want a Warp Drive!
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I want a time machine!
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I want to be beamed up...not by Scottie though.
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I don't believe I like the idea of scientists playing God. At the same time, it would be nice to be able to just jump back into another dimension of time. I'd go back to the 80's and watch us win Super Bowls with Riggins and the Posse again...lol!
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I want to be beamed up...not by Scottie though.
Will Mr. Sulu do?
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I don't believe I like the idea of scientists playing God. At the same time, it would be nice to be able to just jump back into another dimension of time. I'd go back to the 80's and watch us win Super Bowls with Riggins and the Posse again...lol!
Remember to go back to 1988 and take the 'over' on 4.5 TDs in the second quarter of SB XXII.
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I think you have very little idea about what this was about
No shit captain obvious...why do you think I asked? I have no clue what these experiments could yeild, thus I asked.
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Will Mr. Sulu do?
I didn't even realize that he putted from the rough until they leagalized gay marriages in Cali.

To answer your question, no, I play for the other team.

Back to the thread, after all of the money that they spend I hope that they learn something significant.
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