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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void. NOTHINGNESS! She states that any exploration to Mars would be very difficult for astronauts mentally. They would see absolutely nothing until reaching Mars. Kind of like having to cross a gymnasium in total darkness while knowing that there is a door at the other end. Scary thought,no? So, what is the reality of the stars we see? Also she states, and confirms, that there are structures on the moon that have been there for thousands of years awaiting discovery(acknowledgment)that will shock the world. Look up "ancient structures on the moon", these vids have existed for some time now, but no astronaut admitted to this prior to her. She also says privatized space travel more likely than any Nasa flight. The trip can only be handled by a few because of the effects on the human body during space flight. Does'nt sound like a trip I'd enjoy. I believe this interview still available to view at GlobalTVEdmonton.
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So like what're the twinkling thingies we see in the night sky?


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So like what're the twinkling thingies we see in the night sky?


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A 3d hologram?
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Drinking too many Molson's ... eh ?
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It's all in the mind, you know.

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So like what're the twinkling thingies we see in the night sky?


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Starships with their outside running lights on.....
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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void.
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Boy that's interesting........bet she's catching a lot of flack over that announcement! :(
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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void. NOTHINGNESS! She states that any exploration to Mars would be very difficult for astronauts mentally. They would see absolutely nothing until reaching Mars. Kind of like having to cross a gymnasium in total darkness while knowing that there is a door at the other end. Scary thought,no? So, what is the reality of the stars we see? Also she states, and confirms, that there are structures on the moon that have been there for thousands of years awaiting discovery(acknowledgment)that will shock the world. Look up "ancient structures on the moon", these vids have existed for some time now, but no astronaut admitted to this prior to her. She also says privatized space travel more likely than any Nasa flight. The trip can only be handled by a few because of the effects on the human body during space flight. Does'nt sound like a trip I'd enjoy. I believe this interview still available to view at GlobalTVEdmonton.
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The magnetosphere's primary purpose is this false holographic view.
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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void. NOTHINGNESS! She states that any exploration to Mars would be very difficult for astronauts mentally. They would see absolutely nothing until reaching Mars. Kind of like having to cross a gymnasium in total darkness while knowing that there is a door at the other end. Scary thought,no? So, what is the reality of the stars we see? Also she states, and confirms, that there are structures on the moon that have been there for thousands of years awaiting discovery(acknowledgment)that will shock the world. Look up "ancient structures on the moon", these vids have existed for some time now, but no astronaut admitted to this prior to her. She also says privatized space travel more likely than any Nasa flight. The trip can only be handled by a few because of the effects on the human body during space flight. Does'nt sound like a trip I'd enjoy. I believe this interview still available to view at GlobalTVEdmonton.
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ABSOLUTE BULLSHIT

The human eye can register light far better than our feeble cameras. If you're in space and take a look into the "void" you'll be able to see things only few can imagine.

Of course.. this nutjob says there are no stars and then rambles on about structures on the moon.

BULLSHIT

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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void. NOTHINGNESS! She states that any exploration to Mars would be very difficult for astronauts mentally. They would see absolutely nothing until reaching Mars. Kind of like having to cross a gymnasium in total darkness while knowing that there is a door at the other end. Scary thought,no? So, what is the reality of the stars we see? Also she states, and confirms, that there are structures on the moon that have been there for thousands of years awaiting discovery(acknowledgment)that will shock the world. Look up "ancient structures on the moon", these vids have existed for some time now, but no astronaut admitted to this prior to her. She also says privatized space travel more likely than any Nasa flight. The trip can only be handled by a few because of the effects on the human body during space flight. Does'nt sound like a trip I'd enjoy. I believe this interview still available to view at GlobalTVEdmonton.




ABSOLUTE BULLSHIT

The human eye can register light far better than our feeble cameras. If you're in space and take a look into the "void" you'll be able to see things only few can imagine.

Of course.. this nutjob says there are no stars and then rambles on about structures on the moon.

BULLSHIT

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So you went up there ? No , stfu.
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So like what're the twinkling thingies we see in the night sky?


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stars are big exploding balls of gas, mostly hydrogen and helium. at least that is what i have read. don't know for sure. what op says is very interesting. makes sense about the stars not really being there or shuttles would be running into them wouldn't they. so what we see isn't really there.
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Misleading you take her out of context she means she cant see any stars not that there are no stars.
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I think he wanted to say the stars we see now have already exploded, but as they are much light years away we can only see them now. It's the only possible explanation. This interview was not well understood I think.
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Dr. Bondar,

When you look out into space, away from the earth, what do you see? Do you see points of light in every direction? Can you discern up and down? When you look down (I suppose this would be really interesting for a person performing a space walk) how does it feel to be standing on nothing?

Bondar: First of all, the stars do not twinkle because we're above the atmosphere so they are basically holes of dead light and lots of them. Once one gets dark-adapted in space there are kajillions of stars.

And all this light is so far away that some of the sources of the light may already have vanished because it takes of tens of thousands maybe millions of years for that light to reach us. I felt I was in a futuristic vehicle very much in the present but looking at light from the past, a canvas of the sky representing the past life of the universe.


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Re: Canadian astronaut admits"there are no stars!"
Light cannot be "seen" unless it is either refecting off of something or you are looking directly at the source.

I do not see how being in space would make any difference.

But then again, Ive never been in space.
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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void. NOTHINGNESS! She states that any exploration to Mars would be very difficult for astronauts mentally. They would see absolutely nothing until reaching Mars. Kind of like having to cross a gymnasium in total darkness while knowing that there is a door at the other end. Scary thought,no? So, what is the reality of the stars we see? Also she states, and confirms, that there are structures on the moon that have been there for thousands of years awaiting discovery(acknowledgment)that will shock the world. Look up "ancient structures on the moon", these vids have existed for some time now, but no astronaut admitted to this prior to her. She also says privatized space travel more likely than any Nasa flight. The trip can only be handled by a few because of the effects on the human body during space flight. Does'nt sound like a trip I'd enjoy. I believe this interview still available to view at GlobalTVEdmonton.


The magnetosphere's primary purpose is this false holographic view.
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One day we may really discover that we are just like rats in a cage that has a lot of special effects running for our entertainment and self deception. A Moon that is placed here and doesnt do what a natural satellite should do rotate but is locked and sounds like a bell, stars that are seen only trough the filter of our magnetic field what more aliens who use us as food? galactic overlords that use earth as a sort of terminal prison??.. peace

And dont forget the soul catcher on the moon afro
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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void. NOTHINGNESS! She states that any exploration to Mars would be very difficult for astronauts mentally. They would see absolutely nothing until reaching Mars. Kind of like having to cross a gymnasium in total darkness while knowing that there is a door at the other end. Scary thought,no? So, what is the reality of the stars we see? Also she states, and confirms, that there are structures on the moon that have been there for thousands of years awaiting discovery(acknowledgment)that will shock the world. Look up "ancient structures on the moon", these vids have existed for some time now, but no astronaut admitted to this prior to her. She also says privatized space travel more likely than any Nasa flight. The trip can only be handled by a few because of the effects on the human body during space flight. Does'nt sound like a trip I'd enjoy. I believe this interview still available to view at GlobalTVEdmonton.




ABSOLUTE BULLSHIT

The human eye can register light far better than our feeble cameras. If you're in space and take a look into the "void" you'll be able to see things only few can imagine.

Of course.. this nutjob says there are no stars and then rambles on about structures on the moon.

BULLSHIT

bsflag
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I agree that it's hard to comprehend, but this woman is no nutjob, she's a scientist as well as an astronaut. Why would she lie? , so she can look like an idiot???? gimme a break!!!besides, have'nt you ever woundered why in Nasa space photos YOU DO NOT SEE STARS IN BACKGROUND?
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Just a thought, if there are no stars, what's that shining thing I can see everyday when I look up in the sky? I think it's called sun or something.... afro tomato iamwith whatever
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The Zetas mentioned there are structures on the Moon, and also structures on Mars left by the same group that built the pyramids on Earth
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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void. NOTHINGNESS! She states that any exploration to Mars would be very difficult for astronauts mentally. They would see absolutely nothing until reaching Mars. Kind of like having to cross a gymnasium in total darkness while knowing that there is a door at the other end. Scary thought,no? So, what is the reality of the stars we see? Also she states, and confirms, that there are structures on the moon that have been there for thousands of years awaiting discovery(acknowledgment)that will shock the world. Look up "ancient structures on the moon", these vids have existed for some time now, but no astronaut admitted to this prior to her. She also says privatized space travel more likely than any Nasa flight. The trip can only be handled by a few because of the effects on the human body during space flight. Does'nt sound like a trip I'd enjoy. I believe this interview still available to view at GlobalTVEdmonton.




ABSOLUTE BULLSHIT

The human eye can register light far better than our feeble cameras. If you're in space and take a look into the "void" you'll be able to see things only few can imagine.

Of course.. this nutjob says there are no stars and then rambles on about structures on the moon.

BULLSHIT

bsflag
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and the last time you were in space was...?
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Dr. Bondar,

When you look out into space, away from the earth, what do you see? Do you see points of light in every direction? Can you discern up and down? When you look down (I suppose this would be really interesting for a person performing a space walk) how does it feel to be standing on nothing?

Bondar: First of all, the stars do not twinkle because we're above the atmosphere so they are basically holes of dead light and lots of them. Once one gets dark-adapted in space there are kajillions of stars.

And all this light is so far away that some of the sources of the light may already have vanished because it takes of tens of thousands maybe millions of years for that light to reach us. I felt I was in a futuristic vehicle very much in the present but looking at light from the past, a canvas of the sky representing the past life of the universe.


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propoganda
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stars are big exploding balls of gas, mostly hydrogen and helium. at least that is what i have read. don't know for sure. what op says is very interesting. makes sense about the stars not really being there or shuttles would be running into them wouldn't they. so what we see isn't really there.
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Shuttles running into them??

They're suns and they're really really really really far away dude.
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she states, and confirms, that there are structures on the moon that have been there for thousands of years awaiting discovery(acknowledgment)that will shock the world.


ABSOLUTE BULLSHIT

The human eye can register light far better than our feeble cameras. If you're in space and take a look into the "void" you'll be able to see things only few can imagine.

Of course.. this nutjob says there are no stars and then rambles on about structures on the moon.

BULLSHIT
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You are mistaken: She is correct!
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The Zetas mentioned there are structures on the Moon, and also structures on Mars left by the same group that built the pyramids on Earth
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There was that story about the apollo 20 big spaceship broke on the moon and that woman they found on it.
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stars are big exploding balls of gas, mostly hydrogen and helium. at least that is what i have read. don't know for sure. what op says is very interesting. makes sense about the stars not really being there or shuttles would be running into them wouldn't they. so what we see isn't really there.




Shuttles running into them??

They're suns and they're really really really really far away dude.
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It was easier for the Hosts to 'cloak our planet', rather than to cloak all of their ships......or so I am told!

This is why the scriptures contain the prophecy of the "Stars falling from heaven".......cause one day, they're going to show up in our closer proximity! :)
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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void. NOTHINGNESS! She states that any exploration to Mars would be very difficult for astronauts mentally. They would see absolutely nothing until reaching Mars. Kind of like having to cross a gymnasium in total darkness while knowing that there is a door at the other end. Scary thought,no? So, what is the reality of the stars we see? Also she states, and confirms, that there are structures on the moon that have been there for thousands of years awaiting discovery(acknowledgment)that will shock the world. Look up "ancient structures on the moon", these vids have existed for some time now, but no astronaut admitted to this prior to her. She also says privatized space travel more likely than any Nasa flight. The trip can only be handled by a few because of the effects on the human body during space flight. Does'nt sound like a trip I'd enjoy. I believe this interview still available to view at GlobalTVEdmonton.




ABSOLUTE BULLSHIT

The human eye can register light far better than our feeble cameras. If you're in space and take a look into the "void" you'll be able to see things only few can imagine.

Of course.. this nutjob says there are no stars and then rambles on about structures on the moon.

BULLSHIT

bsflag


I agree that it's hard to comprehend, but this woman is no nutjob, she's a scientist as well as an astronaut. Why would she lie? , so she can look like an idiot???? gimme a break!!!besides, have'nt you ever woundered why in Nasa space photos YOU DO NOT SEE STARS IN BACKGROUND?
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Again I think her interview was not well understood. Also you have US astronauts saying there are aliens and NASA denying them, so it's not hard to believe they can use their reputation for seeking attention.
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Canada has Astronauts?
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On thurs. March 18th, Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar was interviewed on GlobalTVEdmonton that once in space one discovers that there are no stars! The twinkling stars we see from Earth can not be seen in space, it is all just a black void. NOTHINGNESS! She states that any exploration to Mars would be very difficult for astronauts mentally. They would see absolutely nothing until reaching Mars. Kind of like having to cross a gymnasium in total darkness while knowing that there is a door at the other end. Scary thought,no? So, what is the reality of the stars we see? Also she states, and confirms, that there are structures on the moon that have been there for thousands of years awaiting discovery(acknowledgment)that will shock the world. Look up "ancient structures on the moon", these vids have existed for some time now, but no astronaut admitted to this prior to her. She also says privatized space travel more likely than any Nasa flight. The trip can only be handled by a few because of the effects on the human body during space flight. Does'nt sound like a trip I'd enjoy. I believe this interview still available to view at GlobalTVEdmonton.




ABSOLUTE BULLSHIT

The human eye can register light far better than our feeble cameras. If you're in space and take a look into the "void" you'll be able to see things only few can imagine.

Of course.. this nutjob says there are no stars and then rambles on about structures on the moon.

BULLSHIT

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So you went up there ? No , stfu.
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Has she, no, STFU
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The Sun's extreme brightness dominates everything out there. It's not dimmed because there is no dust or atmosphere in the way. So the atronauts have to close the shutters on their helmets or reduce the sensitivity of cameras.
That's why background lights, i.e. Stars, cannot be seen or photographed.
Imagine standing on a footballfield with the Floodlights turned on. Naow look at the sky. How many Stars would you see? Take s foto of the sky, ehat would it look like?

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