There are outliers (outlayers?) as even mentioned since your post, however, as a general rule of thumb, I believe you are being trolled.Unfortunately not. Many of them are clearly unwell.
I’m part of a physics forum and they often come in asking questions that indicate they have mental health issues. Seeing “auras”, hearing voices, hallucinations, etc. Wanting to know if the new 5G phones are being used to control their minds, etc.
They come in with the impression that these are not mental illnesses but somehow are “powers”. They believe they are superior and that everyone else is just too stupid to comprehend them. So they show up at physics and other places they perceive to be filled with intelligent people, and expect everyone to recognize their “superiority”.
Honestly it makes a lot of scientific forums very unpleasant because there can often be weeks between valid scientific posts, with the remainder of posts being about mystical hallucinations, mind control, weather control, etc.
This has only gotten worse as the history channel started airing Aliens and conspiracy theories.
Easy, obviously by the look of it, the Moon is a large glowing flat round disc in the sky... except when it’s a flat crescent.Hmmm.
Just curious. How do the Flat Earthers explain the shape of the moon in different phases? If the moon is round, then why not the Earth?
Ok, but the geometry doesn't work out for that. And it looks different when there is a lunar eclipse, compared to the monthly cycle.Easy, obviously by the look of it, the Moon is a large glowing flat round disc in the sky... except when it’s a flat crescent.
Of course, there are those that would try to tell you it’s not really a crescent shaped plate, but is really a round plate in the shadow of the Earth’s flat disk, but we know better!
Sorry, I should have included a tongue-in-cheek emoji.Ok, but the geometry doesn't work out for that. And it looks different when there is a lunar eclipse, compared to the monthly cycle.
When talking to those people I guess it is best to just say you have a root canal appointment and you are running late, then slowly slip away.
i don’t think he had the deployment “perfected“ yet. Look at this photo from his earlier flight... looks like some blown panels and broken lines, and that was on his good day.Wondering about the recovery chute design... survival was ultimately dependent on the recovery chute operating 'perfectly'.
Leaving a set of metal stairs near the rocket during launch seems like a problem waiting to happen. Surprised no one looked at it and said, "hey, wait a minute". Likely the body was ejected from the rocket upon impact.According to mediat stairs had just been installed for ease of access/egress. And they made contact on launch and ripped the parachute off.
Interesting they mention he wasn't in the wreckage, but nearby, wonder if he had a chute for himself?
The ground crew didn’t notice because they were busy fulfilling their primary duty of “Here, hold my beer”.Leaving a set of metal stairs near the rocket during launch seems like a problem waiting to happen. Surprised no one looked at it and said, "hey, wait a minute". Likely the body was ejected from the rocket upon impact.
It always seamed to me that the term "Rocket Science" was a subtle insult. Rocket science is just F=ma.What's ironic is that the term "Rocket Science" is a metaphor for tasks that are extremely complex and require a lot of brain power.