Can anyone tell me why Mars looks like a bad photoshop cut and paste by a toddler?
It is because these images ARE cut and pasted together. The different mars missions have yielded pictures that have different properties due to equipment and time of day. This happens with google earth too. Satellite data from many different times and different satellites is pieced together to make a semi continuous map.
because all the planets are fake. they aren't planets.
It is a composite of images made from multiple sources, taken at different times with different cameras, different exposures.
They're space ballooooooooooooooooooooooooons!
Interesting quote in the end. Hadn't heard of Gunderson before. It didn't take long to spot vandalism/deletions on his wiki page:
Some interesting links also deleted:
As somebody who has done articles-for-cash, the price-per-word looks legit.
I've written for online rep management company that buries negative search results. Doesn't remove them, just buries them under piles of fluff.
Google, allegedly, was fully onboard with the work the company was doing.
I only worked on random individuals, nobody famous or infamous, and quit after a few months cuz morals. Turns out there really aren't too many innocent people getting randomly harassed online, compared to how many actually did the dirt that is online.
The problem with these shilling accusations is that there is never evidence for who is behind them. Like for example people will post stuff like a craigslist ad that says "I AM GEORGE SOROS AND I WILL PAY YOU TO PROTEST" as if thats definite proof that paid protesting happens, and Soros is behind it.
The US government came right out and told basically told everyone “yeah, we’re spying on you at all times. We hear every conversation, see every web search and read all of your emails” and 95% literally went “oh ok”.
Why do some people still believe this country will ever wake up?
Everyone thinks someone else is doing something about it. The scope of the program is pretty well unstoppable at this point, they have the tech to see a movement developing a world a way and crush it .. just through social media...
I used to be alone. Any attempt to discuss this stuff with anyone in real life was a waste of time and led to me being isolated and ridiculed. That was 20 years ago.
Now, I am amazed how often I hear random strangers IRL say things in our vein of thought as they discuss amongst themselves.
The vast majority of folks are still completely brainwashed idiots, but our numbers are indeed increasing, especially since the younger generations aren't relying on CNN to educate them about the world.
My favorite example is what they did to the OccupyWallStreet movement. It had a powerful message with a lot of public support: "We are the 99%; the 1% has been stealing from us for decades, and the 2008 economic meltdown was the last straw. Punish the bastards."
Say what you want about the politics of wealth distribution; our entire struggle boils down to a secret cabal gaining more and more control over the monetary and political system, to the point where they can break laws with complete impunity (as well as their application of mass psy-ops to keep the 99% distracted).
With a concerted effort from various CIA-connected media outlets, they began spinning the narrative. The most effective way of doing this was focusing on the "human element" instead of the message. Who are these protesters? How can they keep going? Will this method last? Why can't they get a unified message? Do they actually know what they want? Don't they have jobs?
The protesters were trying their best to bring attention to the issue of financial corruption, but all of the attention fell on them themselves. Because they often had a hippy vibe, it was quite easy to sour their message in the eyes of conservatives. If the protests were used to create a dialogue in the media about the judicial handling of the planned stock market crash and hostile takeovers of banking companies like WaMu, it would be dangerously un-divisive. Everyone thinks that the CEOs of those banks should be in prison. Or at least, about 99% of us do. But only about 50% of us are on board with hippies living off of their parents' bank accounts to indefinitely camp in hygiene-challenged parks (or however else the protesters are framed).
Then there was the opposition. One of the most effective methods that FoxNews uses to decimate public opinion of a group is to find the least articulate opposition debater and bring them on a talk show. After these bumbling normal citizens are blinded by the limelight and eviscerated, who in their right mind would support such a weak group?
Then there were the contrived and effective talking points. "99%? How about the 53% of Americans that actually pay income tax while the rest suck up welfare dollars?!" Again, politics of the issue aside, this is just so abundantly clearly a move to literally fracture the 99% in half to allow for infighting. We can't be united if half the citizens think the other half are welfare queens and half the citizens think the other half don't comprehend that poor people spend every dollar they make, and that money gets taxed, so it goes right back into the economy.
When all was said and done, OccupyWallStreet faded away into oblivion. We were so close to putting actual pressure on those at the very top, and now we've been fractured once more and are focused on an incredibly effective Distractor in Chief. It's amazing how readily and comprehensively the oligarchy can mobilize when they see a threat.
We all have to participate in stopping this cabal. The more of us that put our backs into it, the faster they will fall. It is just like this image here:
We have to keep pushing on that flag until it is upright and then we can claim victory but the more people that push, the better.
you never let a serious crisis go to waste
I hope those execs who sold stock before the public was made aware are thrown in jail. So messed up
Equifax probably sold the information, then called it a hack.
Look at the rich people that have gone to jail. Bernie Madoff and Martin shkreli. What what did both of those rich people have in common? they defrauded other rich people instead of poor people
A 21 month vacation on the beach in Tel Aviv!!!!
Oh, no no no, he's REALLY going to prison!
Uh, if you watch the documentary on the guy he's clearly his own worst enemy. He framed himself, time and time again...
Fall guy is not the phrase you are looking for.
21 months is a fucking joke.
I try to look for the root information regardless of the political bias of the source, sometimes both sides are right about different issues, or the facts (stripped of biases) lie somewhere in the middle. There's a damn good reason political extremism is sponsored by the wealthy...
Uncensored results are always welcome, sure. I still thank you for introducing me to goodgopher.com, that site is incredibly useful for finding results relevant to this sub.
I'm not sure any of us really can be anonymous any more, if you're actually targeted for investigation. Being truly anonymous is a gargantuan task these days but I still see no reason to make it easy for them to violate your right to privacy.
They might want to read this and make a few tweaks before I get too excited: http://www.idcloak.com/learning-center/gibiru-private-search-engine-reviewed-/a987.html. Their www.anonymous-gibiru.com page is down too by the look of things. It's still good to see alternatives to the big search engines cropping up however.
Unfortunately a janitor probably doesn’t have friends in high places to help get the word out or protect him from death threats.
a really basic image classifier that classifies incredibly vague things like car, bike, person? oh nooooo. An undergrad whos done a course in AI image processing could rig something like this up in a few days.
Think about all the data our smartphones can easily add to that.
That's not very creepy. The American version will just say "I don't believe in judging people based on a construct such as gender."
Very WatchDog. Any one who can translate some of the text?