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First image of a blackhole
04-11-2019, 04:30 AM
Post: #16
RE: First image of a blackhole
(04-11-2019 04:06 AM)Señor Penis Wrote:  Sounds like bullshit.

How come it blurry yet they have HD photos of a whole galaxy.

Lies on top of lies.

It has to look how people expect it to look, while at the same time conforming to the mainstream scientific dogma.
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04-11-2019, 04:39 AM
Post: #17
RE: First image of a blackhole
I'm not saying that the boy in the Bank of America mural is Barron Trump, twilight language doesn't work with specifics. That kid would likely be a symbol to represent the future of the Caucasian/Aryan/Indo-European/Anatolian/Cro-Magnon race, and TPTB's debate (managed dialectic) over his future. The white boy's only choices: climb the uneven steps of knowledge & enlightenment on the left (gnosis), or smoke the DMT bush with Joe Rogan on the right. (pharmakeia).

[Image: mural1.jpg]
[Image: Screen-Shot-2017-08-21-at-3-18-40-PM-630x530.png]

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04-11-2019, 04:50 AM
Post: #18
RE: First image of a blackhole
(04-11-2019 04:30 AM)Chaos Reigns Wrote:  
(04-11-2019 04:06 AM)Señor Penis Wrote:  Sounds like bullshit.

How come it blurry yet they have HD photos of a whole galaxy.

Lies on top of lies.

It has to look how people expect it to look, while at the same time conforming to the mainstream scientific dogma.

People are making fun of it with memes. People can spot fakeness inherently, they just don't believe their own eyes most of the time. I just read Malcolm Gladwell's book Blink about the lessons of intuition and split-second decision making. I'm a fan of his other books too, very perceptive guy.

https://metro.co.uk/2019/04/10/black-hol...e-9154322/
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04-13-2019, 10:50 AM
Post: #19
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The media is falsely giving credit to Dr. Katie Bouman even though she was just the lead of one of the sub-teams on the project. Andrew Chael wrote 850,000 lines of the 900,000 lines of code.
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04-13-2019, 10:53 AM
Post: #20
RE: First image of a blackhole
can we put this type of energy and effort into getting some pics of the landing gear on the moon?

only 250K miles away!
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04-13-2019, 10:59 AM
Post: #21
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(04-13-2019 10:53 AM)pug-thug Wrote:  can we put this type of energy and effort into getting some pics of the landing gear on the moon?

only 250K miles away!

Even that would only prove a probe has landed on the Moon.

We have to 'replicate' the feat! Any volunteers?
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04-13-2019, 11:24 AM
Post: #22
RE: First image of a blackhole
well the foot prints would have to match up with the original photos

and the rover tire tracks!
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04-13-2019, 01:29 PM
Post: #23
RE: First image of a blackhole
And... Andrew Chael is gay and proud.

There are bigger stories than this 'image of a blackhole', period. Still think 'electric universe' is a much more profound paradigm shift than this.
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04-15-2019, 05:53 AM
Post: #24
RE: First image of a blackhole
(04-11-2019 03:38 AM)Chaos Reigns Wrote:  It is not a photo. It is an image contrived from 'data'.

IIRC, they collected 7 years worth of data from 7 telescopes, then spent 2 years processing the data to get that image.

In short, they cherry-picked the data, made adjustments until they got the result they wanted.
Just like with CERN or LIGO, the experiment is essentially repeated millions or billions of times, the data is dumped into a database, and the computer experts spend years running analytics and making 'corrections' on the data until they find a single instance of the data giving them the result they want.

Remember that the key to the scientific method is supposed to be repeatability and prediction. These billion dollar scientific endeavors accomplish neither. You are left to trust a scientific elite who have a ton of money on the line to give their investors the result they're looking for.
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04-15-2019, 07:26 AM
Post: #25
RE: First image of a blackhole
^That's what happened with the Gravity Probe experiments. They spent years finding sources of error to remove until they got the desired results. Then they stopped looking for errors.
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04-15-2019, 10:32 AM
Post: #26
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(04-15-2019 07:26 AM)Count Iblis Wrote:  ^That's what happened with the Gravity Probe experiments. They spent years finding sources of error to remove until they got the desired results. Then they stopped looking for errors.

This is called 'goal-seeking', btw. And this is why people will tell you that the Saturn V rockets could do what they 'said on the tin', and therefore bring the astronauts to the Moon (and use other rockets to get back).

They knew what would be required, to get there and back, and then said "Yep, thats exactly what the rockets are capable of!"

Meanwhile, the Saturn Vs are retired shortly thereafter and completely different tech is used for the space shuttles and current rocket launches (either Space X's rockets or the Russian's modern Soyuz rockets).
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04-15-2019, 10:38 AM
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Curve fitting
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04-15-2019, 11:04 AM
Post: #28
RE: First image of a blackhole
(04-15-2019 07:26 AM)Count Iblis Wrote:  ^That's what happened with the Gravity Probe experiments. They spent years finding sources of error to remove until they got the desired results. Then they stopped looking for errors.

I've ranted about the LIGO experiment before. It was really the most absurd thing I've ever heard of.

They spent hundreds of millions to build a cross shaped particle collider, and concluded that if they found an instance of a longitudinal laser going slower of faster than a latitudinal laser, it MUST be caused by gravity waves, and the only 'known way' to make a gravity wave here on earth would be from two supermassive black holes merging.

So after years of collecting data, massaging data, and cherry picking data they got the result they wanted. They couldn't tell you when or where the two supermassive black holes collided, just that the universe is so big that it MUST be happening somewhere. They also couldn't tell you which direction the supposed gravity wave came from, how large these black holes were, or how their experiment could possibly filter neutrinos or other sub-atomic particles that pass through solid matter.

This is not scientific progress, this is a house-of-cards that is only standing because of the corporate, academic and governmental institutional power that stands behind it.
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04-15-2019, 11:14 AM
Post: #29
RE: First image of a blackhole
(04-11-2019 04:39 AM)jho Wrote:  [Image: mural1.jpg]

Amazing find. There is so much in there. Thanks for posting this Jho.

I've suspected for a while that the Black Hole is the new Black Sun; the advancement of Saturn Worship in the Modern Technological Era. Despite there being no evidence of Black Holes, Dark Matter or Dark Energy, the scientific establishment has unwavering confidence in these unfalsifiable entities. The obsession with darkness, blackness, void, invisible, all consuming entities is beyond suspect, and I'm sure it's tied to Black Magic somehow.

In that mural you can see the Black Hole / Black Sun is connected to a Cube, which has a woman trapped inside. This is basic Saturn symbolism, but I'm not sure about the relevance of the human being imprisoned in the cube. It makes me think of the David Icke Saturn-Moon Matrix Theory. Is it suggesting that 3 dimensionality confines us like a prison? -- a basic Gnostic concept. Someone with better understanding of symbology could us analyze this one.
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04-15-2019, 11:35 AM
Post: #30
RE: First image of a blackhole
I'm not super great with symbolism, but what I see:

* The boy is initiate of the Illuminated Path. He wears black robes and his one eye is occluded.
* The cube represents Humanity's imprisonment in three-dimensional space. The boy already stands outside of it but is not yet Enlightened.
* The woman inside the cube is held up by strings like a puppet, the strings overlap the Eclipse / Black Hole / Black Sun / Saturn. Saturn is the source of humanity's prison.
* The color palette is intentionally Saturnine. Yellow and Red contrasted gives a feeling of melancholy, sickness, inevitable demise or just bad-luck. The Jews were associated with Saturn in Medieval times because they were the unfortunate, unlucky one, and often made to mark themselves with a yellow star. This is why in our modern culture yellow is associated with cowardice.

What I don't understand:
* The checkerboard is an obvious favorite of the Occult Elite, but what what significance it plays here I don't know.
* What is the meaning of the Pyramid of Giza?
* Who are the business people in the photo? Are they just BoA executives?

I'll have to take Jho's word on the burning bush and the staircase. I would not have put that together myself.
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