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Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
32%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
29%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
32%
  
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7%
  



PwoperNaughtyButNot 11:15 Sat Apr 24
So are we going to talk about the aliens?
With the Pentagon now confirming numerous videos filmed by the navy of crafts performing unexplainable manoeuvres, is this still tin foil hat territory or are we on the verge of a big reveal?

Or is it just a con to secure more tax dollars for arms

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blueeyed.handsomeman 12:27 Tue May 4
Re: So are we going to talk about the aliens?
where are you now my blueeyed handsomeman,
where are you now my TwinHammer 1

Westham67 8:29 Mon May 3
Re: So are we going to talk about the aliens?

Darby_ 10:53 Tue Apr 27

Yes we are only here as Umans as we evolved to what the planet provides and that would be the same anywhere like darkies in hot climates

BRANDED 11:36 Sun May 2
Re: So are we going to talk about the aliens?
Excellent long article in the New Yorker covering all aspects of UFOs

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/05/10/how-the-pentagon-started-taking-ufos-seriously?fbclid=IwAR2FPniUtEXaQeHyYM_5lpjN2PFhnczRK5_8HSvcq8igJ-35UhAMQskuvSA

Reminds me a lot of the Covid discussions with believers and deniers and not enough hard data and reasonable explanations.

Barty 4:07 Thu Apr 29
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PwoperNaughtyButNot 11:15 Sat Apr 24

Can you provide the LINK to this?

Mike Oxsaw 5:49 Tue Apr 27
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Hallerinthemorning 5:01 Tue Apr 27

Basically, yes - which suggests it is a lot older than the Pyramids near it (possibly the reason why they are there). It also suggests whoever made the original held lions in very high regard.

There's also claims that the weathering indicates that the un-remodelled parts were located in a much more inclement region than it was when it was remodelled.

Maybe "desertification" has been going on for millennia and we are currently in a quieter period.

Nothing to do with aliens, though.

Hallerinthemorning 5:01 Tue Apr 27
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Mike Oxsaw 8:59 Tue Apr 27

Wasn't it formerly a lions head that was then sculptured down to a pharaoh?
Also, it has water corrosion around it suggesting it was once on the banks of a river

Hammer and Pickle 11:11 Tue Apr 27
Re: So are we going to talk about the aliens?
I'd say whether C19 did indeed "pop up out of the blue" is actually a very, very interesting question. The Yanks are launching a heavy rocket today with a "spy satellite". Who knows, maybe they are going to be also looking for cosmic bugs?

https://www.space.com/17933-nasa-television-webcasts-live-space-tv.html

Darby_ 10:59 Tue Apr 27
Re: So are we going to talk about the aliens?
I suppose the food problem could be solved by magical food-making machines, but the exotic disease problem isn't so easy. As HG Wells realised, any alien that comes to earth will quite possibly die of a disease that they have no immunity to. The same applies to us going to other planets with exotic life.

Willtell 10:57 Tue Apr 27
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Good observations Darby_

Darby_ 10:53 Tue Apr 27
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Darby_ 5:31 Sun Apr 25

The ISS proves it's quite feasible to create a viable environment in hostile conditions.
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Sure, but a viable environment is not the issue. There are viable bases in Antarctica too. It's just that (1) no one wants to live there, and (2) it's very expensive to keep people there. People WILL live on the moon and Mars, but probably only a tiny number of people.

Think of it another way, say we find a planet where we can live reasonably well. How many diseases will it have that humans have no resistance to? Diseases that keep popping up out of the blue like COVID did? Except pandemics would be much more common and perhaps deadly in a world where we have no disease resistance. What if we can't digest the food there? What if cattle can't survive on the food there? What if our crops don't grow well there?

Humans are suited only to this planet. Aliens are suited only to their own planet. Space will probably always be a fun but never really tamed frontier. Our real future will likely be on Earth and will probably be unimaginable, in the same way that posting on WHO and watching West Ham on the net were probably barely imaginable 100 years ago.

Hammer and Pickle 10:18 Tue Apr 27
Re: So are we going to talk about the aliens?
We don't, and we probably won't, be in touch with any proper alien civilisation because:

a.) their Dyson products, like ours, are in the form of vacuum cleaners or hand driers. They are still burning fossil fuels to produce the energy to run them so will simply not have the means to make contact, just like we don't. On the Kardashev scale, they trying, and mostly failing, to be a Type I civilisation, just like us.

b.) their habitat, whatever it may be, is behind a Dyson sphere, which captures the energy of their host sun for their free use. They are too busy partying with other cool and relaxed Dyson sphere civilisations to be bothered with space plankton like us. They are Kardashev scale Type I, possibly Type II, and we are certainly not.

For more on Dyson spheres https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyson_sphere

For more on the Kardashev scale https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kardashev_scale

You can pay for this lesson in any Earth currency you like - Bellend Coin is also accepted.

Mike Oxsaw 8:59 Tue Apr 27
Re: So are we going to talk about the aliens?
Hallerinthemorning 9:29 Mon Apr 26

The face is out of proportion to the rest of the body and the surface of the face has weathered less than the main structure.

Hallerinthemorning 9:29 Mon Apr 26
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Mike Oxsaw 8:51 Mon Apr 26

Go on then...why?

Too Much Too Young 9:28 Mon Apr 26
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Considering the universe is 13.8 Billion years old and the Earth is 4.5, that's a 9.3 Billion year window of opportunity for life to develop before we came on the scene.

The same thread is probably live now on about 1M planets.

Each of which are being monitored / visited by Aliens who are seeing who's up to what.

VAR will then make a decision who to send off....and probably get it wrong as any planetary destruction will be made by committee.

Hammer and Pickle 9:03 Mon Apr 26
Re: So are we going to talk about the aliens?
Exactly

Westham67 9:02 Mon Apr 26
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True North is through the earths axis rather that magnetic North where the poles are

Its depends who you speak to but normally true North is Scunthorpe

Hammer and Pickle 8:52 Mon Apr 26
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Whenever I’m abducted by aliens I ask them to orientate me to true north but they never seem to get the joke.

Mirthless cunts.

Mike Oxsaw 8:51 Mon Apr 26
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Westham67 8:44 Mon Apr 26

Not sure that's really the case; the alignment of the stars was quite different 6,000 years ago.

The maths of the time would have been enough to line the pyramids up.

Not so sure the area around Cairo was the desert it is now, either.

Egypt itself was a lot further south, occupying much of what is now modern Sudan.

Now, the re-sculpturing of the face of the sphinx does interest me...

Westham67 8:44 Mon Apr 26
Re: So are we going to talk about the aliens?
Interesting stuff

How the stars were used as a datum for the orientation of great pyramid of Gazas alignment to true North is amazing stuff

Mike Oxsaw 8:22 Mon Apr 26
Re: So are we going to talk about the aliens?
Westham67 8:17 Mon Apr 26

It was a few generations before the first known example of a Bench.

The future of civilisation was set at that moment in time.

Westham67 8:17 Mon Apr 26
Re: So are we going to talk about the aliens?
Wnen did Humans develop consciousness and realise there is something other than surviving in life.Cave paintings would maybe a good indicator ?

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