New Pluto images from NASA's New Horizons

New Pluto images from NASA’s New Horizons
This synthetic perspective view of Pluto, based on the latest high-resolution images to be downlinked from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft, shows what you would see if you were approximately 1,100 miles (1,800 kilometers) above Pluto’s equatorial area, looking northeast over the dark, cratered, informally named Cthulhu Regio toward the bright, smooth, expanse of icy plains informally called Sputnik Planum. The entire expanse of terrain seen in this image is 1,100 miles (1,800 kilometers) across. The images were taken as New Horizons flew past Pluto on July 14, 2015, from a distance of 50,000 miles (80,000 kilometers). Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute

New close-up images of Pluto from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft reveal a bewildering variety of surface features that have scientists reeling because of their range and complexity.

"Pluto is showing us a diversity of landforms and complexity of processes that rival anything we've seen in the solar system," said New Horizons Principal Investigator Alan Stern, of the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI), Boulder, Colorado. "If an artist had painted this Pluto before our flyby, I probably would have called it over the top—but that's what is actually there."

New Horizons began its yearlong download of new images and other data over the Labor Day weekend. Images downlinked in the past few days have more than doubled the amount of Pluto's surface seen at resolutions as good as 400 meters (440 yards) per pixel. They reveal new features as diverse as possible dunes, nitrogen ice flows that apparently oozed out of mountainous regions onto plains, and even networks of valleys that may have been carved by material flowing over Pluto's surface. They also show large regions that display chaotically jumbled mountains reminiscent of disrupted terrains on Jupiter's icy moon Europa.

"The surface of Pluto is every bit as complex as that of Mars," said Jeff Moore, leader of the New Horizons Geology, Geophysics and Imaging (GGI) team at NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California. "The randomly jumbled mountains might be huge blocks of hard water ice floating within a vast, denser, softer deposit of frozen nitrogen within the region informally named Sputnik Planum."

New Pluto images from NASA’s New Horizons
Mosaic of high-resolution images of Pluto, sent back from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft from Sept. 5 to 7, 2015. The image is dominated by the informally-named icy plain Sputnik Planum, the smooth, bright region across the center. This image also features a tremendous variety of other landscapes surrounding Sputnik. The smallest visible features are 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) in size, and the mosaic covers a region roughly 1,000 miles (1600 kilometers) wide. The image was taken as New Horizons flew past Pluto on July 14, 2015, from a distance of 50,000 miles (80,000 kilometers). Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute

New images also show the most heavily cratered—and thus oldest—terrain yet seen by New Horizons on Pluto next to the youngest, most crater-free icy plains. There might even be a field of dark wind-blown dunes, among other possibilities.

"Seeing dunes on Pluto—if that is what they are—would be completely wild, because Pluto's atmosphere today is so thin," said William B. McKinnon, a GGI deputy lead from Washington University, St. Louis. "Either Pluto had a thicker atmosphere in the past, or some process we haven't figured out is at work. It's a head-scratcher."

Discoveries being made from the new imagery are not limited to Pluto's surface. Better images of Pluto's moons Charon, Nix, and Hydra will be released Friday at the raw images site for New Horizons' Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI), revealing that each moon is unique and that big moon Charon's geological past was a tortured one.

New Pluto images from NASA’s New Horizons
In the center of this 300-mile (470-kilometer) wide image of Pluto from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is a large region of jumbled, broken terrain on the northwestern edge of the vast, icy plain informally called Sputnik Planum, to the right. The smallest visible features are 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) in size. This image was taken as New Horizons flew past Pluto on July 14, 2015, from a distance of 50,000 miles (80,000 kilometers).

Images returned in the past days have also revealed that Pluto's global atmospheric haze has many more layers than scientists realized, and that the haze actually creates a twilight effect that softly illuminates nightside terrain near sunset, making them visible to the cameras aboard New Horizons.

"This bonus twilight view is a wonderful gift that Pluto has handed to us," said John Spencer, a GGI deputy lead from SwRI. "Now we can study geology in terrain that we never expected to see."

The New Horizons spacecraft is now more than 3 billion miles (about 5 billion kilometers) from Earth, and more than 43 million miles (69 million kilometers) beyond Pluto. The spacecraft is healthy and all systems are operating normally.

  • New Pluto images from NASA’s New Horizons
    This 220-mile (350-kilometer) wide view of Pluto from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft illustrates the incredible diversity of surface reflectivities and geological landforms on the dwarf planet. The image includes dark, ancient heavily cratered terrain; bright, smooth geologically young terrain; assembled masses of mountains; and an enigmatic field of dark, aligned ridges that resemble dunes; its origin is under debate. The smallest visible features are 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) in size. This image was taken as New Horizons flew past Pluto on July 14, 2015, from a distance of 50,000 miles (80,000 kilometers). Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute
  • New Pluto images from NASA’s New Horizons
    This image of Pluto’s largest moon Charon, taken by NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft 10 hours before its closest approach to Pluto on July 14, 2015 from a distance of 290,000 miles (470,000 kilometers), is a recently downlinked, much higher quality version of a Charon image released on July 15. Charon, which is 750 miles (1,200 kilometers) in diameter, displays a surprisingly complex geological history, including tectonic fracturing; relatively smooth, fractured plains in the lower right; several enigmatic mountains surrounded by sunken terrain features on the right side; and heavily cratered regions in the center and upper left portion of the disk. There are also complex reflectivity patterns on Charon’s surface, including bright and dark crater rays, and the conspicuous dark north polar region at the top of the image. The smallest visible features are 2.9 miles 4.6 kilometers) in size. Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute
  • New Pluto images from NASA’s New Horizons
    This image of Pluto from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft, processed in two different ways, shows how Pluto’s bright, high-altitude atmospheric haze produces a twilight that softly illuminates the surface before sunrise and after sunset, allowing the sensitive cameras on New Horizons to see details in nighttime regions that would otherwise be invisible. The right-hand version of the image has been greatly brightened to bring out faint details of rugged haze-lit topography beyond Pluto’s terminator, which is the line separating day and night. The image was taken as New Horizons flew past Pluto on July 14, 2015, from a distance of 50,000 miles (80,000 kilometers). Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute
  • New Pluto images from NASA’s New Horizons
    Two different versions of an image of Pluto’s haze layers, taken by New Horizons as it looked back at Pluto's dark side nearly 16 hours after close approach, from a distance of 480,000 miles (770,000 kilometers), at a phase angle of 166 degrees. Pluto's north is at the top, and the sun illuminates Pluto from the upper right. These images are much higher quality than the digitally compressed images of Pluto’s haze downlinked and released shortly after the July 14 encounter, and allow many new details to be seen. The left version has had only minor processing, while the right version has been specially processed to reveal a large number of discrete haze layers in the atmosphere. In the left version, faint surface details on the narrow sunlit crescent are seen through the haze in the upper right of Pluto’s disk, and subtle parallel streaks in the haze may be crepuscular rays- shadows cast on the haze by topography such as mountain ranges on Pluto, similar to the rays sometimes seen in the sky after the sun sets behind mountains on Earth. Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute

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Sep 11, 2015
When I started studying astronomy 40 years ago these images were unthinkable. We didn't have images nearly that good of Mars. Kudos to all that managed the difficult task of engineering the images at those light levels and the data transmission challenges.

A truly unqualified success. Anyone that disses this effort obviously has only one thing to say, regardless of results, and, consequently, is not worth giving the time of day to.

Sep 11, 2015
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Sep 11, 2015
Great! What a good work was made for this proyect; this little ship keeps showing...
Check the rest: http://pluto.jhua...ndex.php

Pluto's surface shows lot of impacts. Some of these were just "hidden" by the ices.

Sep 11, 2015
Wonderful images for sure. Thankfully, the ignorant naysayers did not get their way on this one.

Sep 11, 2015
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Sep 11, 2015
@docile
Beautiful photos, amazing technology. But also 800 millions of dollars for useless pictures. What these pictures, what this technology will be for, if we wouldn't success in turning away the global nuclear war? We all should focus to actual priorities from now.

Not my money. I'm pretty sure it wasn't yours either. But these ~800 millions of dollars were not invested, fortunately, in nukes or any weaponry. Some deep rumination to make with this fact? or just more trolling awaits?
Lets them built more space probes for traveling along the Solar System rather than REALLY waste these funds...

Why you do care on nukes anyway? Planning about getting you out of your bunker?

Sep 11, 2015
When Pluto was downgraded from a full member planet of our Solar system to an associate member, I though that was a good move. But that was only because my image of it was one of a small blurry blob, probably lumpy in shape. However after seeing these latest hi res images of a surprisingly spherical orb, I now feel that we have needlessly and erroneously upset many children around the world for no good reason. Looks pretty much like a planet to me, I feel that I was tricked into accepting it's demotion.

Sep 11, 2015
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Sep 11, 2015
If someone would predict the concentration camps


Non prediction neccessary Skippy. In 1938 they were up and running.

nuclear bombs and


You should read up about Leo-the-Szilard-Skippy he was preaching and predicting it1933.

the death of sixty millions people during five years in 1938,


There was a few of your country men that were doing just that in 1938 Skippy. They warned everybody what would happen if the Western-Skippys let Hitler get away with cutting out a piece of Czechoslovakia.

he would be considered a complete utter freak and downvoted/dismissed a way more, then I am today...;-)


Maybe you should read about Churchill-Skippy he was not in the majority (yet) but for a sure thing he was not considered a freak and downvoted like you are,

Yet these things still did happen and I'm not even predicting it. Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.


They did too predict it and you didn't know that.

Sep 11, 2015
When Pluto was downgraded from a full member planet of our Solar system to an associate member, I though that was a good move. But that was only because my image of it was one of a small blurry blob, probably lumpy in shape. However after seeing these latest hi res images of a surprisingly spherical orb, I now feel that we have needlessly and erroneously upset many children around the world for no good reason. Looks pretty much like a planet to me, I feel that I was tricked into accepting it's demotion.


I feel the same as you. Although I was somewhat disappointed at the downgrade I thought, based on the information at hand, that it was likely the correct choice. After seeing the recent data and accompanying images, it looks like our original classification of Pluto as a planet was correct.

Sep 11, 2015
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Sep 11, 2015
Yes, the classification is definitely open for debate and of course further observations. I just wonder if it would have been downgraded had our current knowledge had been known at the time.

Sep 11, 2015
I found a new desktop background picture (the very top one)

Sep 11, 2015
But also 800 millions of dollars for useless pictures. What these pictures, what this technology will be for...

Jesus, docile. What an advocate for scientific discovery you are! What should they spend on them? 5 dollars?

Do you know what percent of the GDP 800 million dollars is? About 0.0005% of the GDP.

You know what we spend on food waste? 167 B, or just under 1% of the GDP. If you are concerned about people in poverty, it would be more worth your while to look into curbing this problem, than interfering with scientists. You can start here: https://www.nrdc....d-ip.pdf

Or, how about we curb sports spending? We spent 12 B in funds last decade to build stadiums. Sports are way more frivolous than discovery.
http://thinkprogr...tadiums/

Science, for the sake of science has provided returns that far exceed its cost. Stop being such a stick in the mud.

Sep 11, 2015
Yes, the classification is definitely open for debate and of course further observations. I just wonder if it would have been downgraded had our current knowledge had been known at the time.


Not going to happen. Pluto has not "cleared it's neighborhood".

http://www.econom...plains-8

Sep 12, 2015
Now we have few pictures for 800 millions of dollars and 800 millions of people are living in poverty because of ignorance of much more important findings.etc.etc..

You (or we) have incoming images and info from an almost unknown place of our system, for free. If not of your interest, you can simply ignore.

Poverty, alongside all the social problems, exist from the times in which the first telescope wasn't even built. Causes were not due to space exploration earlier, it is not due to space exploration now.
It is not even something countries have to solve by funding. It has to be properly addressed by politics and economy in local and global scale. Funding won't solve the problem. Check your concepts please.

Can you stop blaming the people who is doing the worthwhile works and direct your critics to the relevant responsible ones at least?

Sep 12, 2015
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Sep 12, 2015
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Sep 12, 2015
It's a wonderful, wonderful baby planet.

@docile: "useless pictures".

If you don't understand science, or that the investment here is improving society, why are you trolling science sites with erroneous crap like that? (For every $ spent on space society get 20 $ back and invaluable technology/Earth knowledge at that, see NASA's science on the matter published free on their web.)

@victoryengineer: "the classification is definitely open for debate".

Sure it is open for debate - see below - but it isn't open for change. We never changed Ceres back to be an astronomical planet, despite its 50 years as such.

And the current classification is already a compromise between planetary physicists classification of planets (often when it is hydrostatically rounded, or else when it is what you look at - asteroids et cetera) and the astronomical classification for our system. Exoplanets are yet another planet classification.

Sep 12, 2015
These people are cold fusion researchers who stay outside the publicity, not the New Horizon scientists.
Anything that provides new insight, knowledge or even solutions is worthwhile, boy. You confuse it with priority. Keep in mind the entire world can't suddenly stop and focus on single problems, unlikely it will do it for new technologies. Check your concepts please!
the people here think, I'm fighting against research of Pluto or something.
Nah.. really?
Remember you have almost blamed NH's team for wasting the funds instead of solve a "incoming" global nuclear war.
No..wait. You blamed them by wasting the money in a ship, instead of buying food for the poor of the world.
No.. no.. NH have ruined the cold fusion research because...huh... Damn! Check your comments please!
If you do, it would be another "opportunity for reflection". Think your concepts, think your words, then post your comments. You will need less clarifications for later..
;-)

Sep 12, 2015
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Sep 13, 2015
I just understand it quite well
docile/ZEPHIR
is that why you said
800 millions of dollars for useless pictures. What these pictures, what this technology will be for, if we wouldn't success in turning away the global nuclear war? We all should focus to actual priorities from now
that single comment shows you don't understand priorities, science, the public benefits of basic fundamental research (which you are against, as you've repeatedly argued against CERN and other fundamental research) or the difference between pseudoscience and actual science

your whole argument is based upon your continued cry-baby stance: "why didn't the world dump billions into debunked, non-priority, non-viable science or other pseudoscience"?

why haven't your working CF plants supplanted coal? why hasn't aw/daw or your other various pseudoscience created fundamental research?

there is a reason: the scientific method

Sep 13, 2015
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Sep 13, 2015
From this perspective the cold fusion research is very basic
@docile/ZEPHIR
just because you BELIEVE in it, doesn't mean it is viable
your problem is your lack of physics knowledge won't let you release yourself from SCI-FI beliefs and dreams... which is why you continue to flood with PSEUDOSCIENCE... and, of course, use your sock army to downrate those dissenters who can produce actual studies which refute your religious beliefs (like this one: http://exphy.uni-...2009.pdf )

then uprate your posts, as though you contribute viable anything

what you have are CLAIMS.. not science.. and i can prove it with your own words
It's the scientists itself, who f*ck the poor scientific method up to its ears. If they would follow scientific method consequentially, such a situation would never happen

Sep 13, 2015
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Sep 13, 2015
Beautiful photos, amazing technology. But also 800 millions of dollars for useless pictures. What these pictures, what this technology will be for, if we wouldn't success in turning away the global nuclear war? We all should focus to actual priorities from now.


I really hope we have one, if for no other reason that to wipe out scum like you.

Sep 13, 2015
When Pluto was downgraded from a full member planet of our Solar system to an associate
member, I though that was a good move. But that was only because my image of it was one of a small blurry blob, probably lumpy in shape. However after seeing these latest hi res images of a surprisingly spherical orb, I now feel that we have needlessly and erroneously upset many children around the world for no good reason. Looks pretty much like a planet to me, I feel that I was tricked into accepting it's demotion.


WTF fuck do you know about anything? It was being discussed the year it was discovered that it was not Planet X, and that it was likely one of a new class of object. Just like the asteroids. Ceres was thought to be the missing planet in Bode's Gap, but people in the early 19th century were much more intelligent than you are and the really stupid ones knew to keep their mouth shut. This is what breeding useless blanks gets you. Get sterilized.

Sep 13, 2015
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Sep 13, 2015
@jim_x
WTF 'docile' is 'zephir' a well known Czeck troll who lives in Czech Republic. I know who he is but I will not go as far as giving personnal information on him; that would be immoral. I do not know where you got your info but, I assure you, it is totally wrong.

Sep 13, 2015
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Sep 14, 2015
They cannot realize, they're manipulated ... these sheep even fight for continuation of their own fooling, which is the sign of every successfully imprinted religion
@ZEPHIR
well, this explains YOU... but just because you are incapable of recognizing science and accept a religion over reality doesn't mean everyone else does...

it all boils down to: evidence

you continually use blogs, opinion, hearsay, conjecture or simply blatant false assertions (including the historical fraudulent paper that was supposed to look real but was retracted for being pseudoscience)

You still can't figure out how to link scientific evidence or validated claims (like my link above). you assume that: if it is even talked about, it must be real- like you do above, or here:

http://phys.org/n...ics.html

because you cant recognize valid evidence, you can never actually comprehend actual science

Sep 14, 2015
@Captain Stumpy
... and, of course, use your sock army to downrate those dissenters

Now that you mentioned it, there were some "twins" voting in this thread:

@lajib.........Member since: June 7, 2015, 7:12 pm/ no comments yet
@hewewa..Member since: June 7, 2015, 7:13 pm/ no comments yet

Hey, @docile. Is that true?
If so, you could allow the twins to post those "educational" comments too. You post more than a dozen per day, shall mean no effort. ;-) ;-) ;-)

Sep 14, 2015
"twins" voting in this thread:
@JustANotherGuy
the current list of KNOWN zeph socks(to date-monitored and tracked at various sites):
osnova
Zwentoo
Pejico
Spadia
Antuka
Teper
Incosa
writela???
ahsan67
Jantoo
Sikla
otero
Doiea
Technico
DoieaS
Pexeso
Arties
Toiea
Watebba
Aligo
Jixo
Callippo
Jizby
Eseta
Goika
jeppe
castro
telic
TEP320
Tec12
tritace
erson
imido
Selena
McIek
Losik
vse97513
Lesea
Deisa
Timen
Docile
dehoji
wezutipeta
logub
nuvepatif
karalohula
wezutipeta
lojib
hewewa
nsgaga
lajib
hewewa

Sep 14, 2015
SH*T man!
Well, that should explain why commenting even on a 24/7 basis there are so many "muted" family members.

Sep 14, 2015
Holy Molely Zephir-Skippy. Boy I sure make you mad with me, eh? No need to put so much work into him, I did not even vote on you. I never do (it would be a waste of time because other Skippys take of that for me so I can devote my time to the hypocrite-Skippys and pretend-engineer-Skippys.

Sep 14, 2015
@ Techno-Skippy. How you are? I am so good if I felt any better I would feel guilty.

@jim_x
WTF 'docile' is 'zephir' a well known Czeck troll who lives in Czech Republic. I know who he is but I will not go as far as giving personnal information on him; that would be immoral. I do not know where you got your info but, I assure you, it is totally wrong.


Exactly right on that Cher. I've been fooling around with the Zephir-Skippy for ages and ages. And that is not him or anything like him non.

Sep 14, 2015
SH*T man!
Well, that should explain why commenting even on a 24/7 basis there are so many "muted" family members.
@JustAnotherGuy
well, at least now we can add the following members to ZEPHIR's list of socks

lajib, hewewa, ciduvutuse, honecem, vagoca, gebug, cifayudif, wevuj, wawujufek, dakuce, xomoxanuvo, nowo, peyef, pesuxihasa, rutiwizat, yode

get mad about outing your socks all you want, zephir...
it doesn't make you correct any more than living near a church makes you a pope

at least now people can come here and have a PUBLIC accessible reference list to see which socks you are using

it appears that i hit a little too close to home with my other postings and outing you as a TROLL, eh ZEPH?

socking like that took precious time... at least we know where your priorities are, right?
NOT SCIENCE, that's for sure!

instead of research and science, you choose to use SOCK ARMIES and lies

thanks for showing your true colours! LMFAO

Sep 14, 2015
@ZEPHIR/docile/lajib et al
you created about 16 new socks, taking almost 2 hours of your time, just to downvote a post that is empirically proven because you couldn't find evidence to actually refute it!
ROTFLMFAO

you don't see the hilarity in that... but i do!
and it is nice to know that i can have such a profound effect on someone! you wasted hours of your time to backup troll accounts & VOTE about something because you don't know enough about science to actually provide an argument that is valid or has evidence!
PRICELESS

... & you can't see that this is nothing more than RELIGION and pushing a belief because you can't prove anything?
and you claim science has pluralistic ignorance?
that is Dunning-Kruger, narcissism, pseudoscience promoting, religious beliefs clinging, conspiracist ideation at it's finest!

thanks for validating this study:
http://www.ploson...tion=PDF

Sep 14, 2015
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Sep 14, 2015
What was that? A psychotic patient's rage moment?
Sadness. Locked in your bunker, talking to puppets, and your existence being sustained by an internet provider. Most sad, dude.
most of these accounts aren't mine

Well, good to see you recognizing the minority of them at least. It should be a small step towards better mental health.

Sep 15, 2015
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Sep 15, 2015
Here's proof that docile is a) a liar, and b) a troll.

a) These posts are also from you. b) You regularly get to jerk off with your own kind. Your trolling here is purely to be trolling.

https://reason.co...#comment
https://reason.co...#comment
https://reason.co...#comment
https://reason.co...#comment

Sep 15, 2015
Spot on $.02! Hey, the trolls have *really* taken note. Look at the votes. Totally backwards, and they were normal before the doxxing post. Only explanation is that every.last.troll has come to see if it's true and done their usual robo-voting.

As I know one of the knee-jerk bots will have to say, "Nu-uh!", cite me ONE article on here in the last decade that shows the same pattern of decent scores for trolls and low ones for the real scientists and thinkers. Nothing even comes close.

Sep 15, 2015
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Sep 15, 2015
docile can't be Czech. I've met a lot of Czechs and never one that I didn't like. Are you sure the Czech thing isn't another sock puppet? Those links are docile verbatim. There's just happen to be two AGW deniers out there that love to troll and say the exact same thing and call themselves "docile"? What does that even mean? "docile citizen"...that doesn't sound like the PO "docile"???

Sep 15, 2015
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Sep 15, 2015
My only advice here is: invest into cold fusion research, and you would get as many sexy photos of another planets, as you want. The opposite way doesn't and cannot work.

Cool! We are to make a fundraising just right now and tell a bunch of scientists - "Ok, start cold fusion research please!" -"It will mean cheaper images!"
LOL! You really know where to put your enlightening "advices" man. Just right here at the "Committee for cheaper science 2015". GOOD WORK dude!

Czech? it is a sock, made from a sock, made from another sock... who cares on nationalities?

Oh, most ironic. The guy who has a web based life, tells the rest what to do with their real lives. Most epic! YOU'RE MY HERO @docile!!! LMAO

Sep 15, 2015
The opposite way doesn't and cannot work.

I almost forgot that part.
SEE the pics? it works, it worked, it will work.
Please, give to the scientific community your valuable information and allow them to improve future designs. It is your responsibility, not our. You're the "chosen one".

Sep 15, 2015
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Sep 15, 2015
We are to make a fundraising just right now and tell a bunch of scientists
Why, my gosh!? They're already payed enough for inquisitive research

..........HAAAHAHAHA!! ROFL!

THANKS MAN!!

...I'm going to sleep with a big smile on my face now! HAHA! can't believe ...

I know you're very busy, but you should check these links:
http://dictionary...es/irony
http://dictionary.../sarcasm

HAHAHAA..LMAO! thank you very very much dude!
Comming to see the rest of your show later BYE..

Sep 15, 2015
Here's proof that docile is a) a liar, and b) a troll.

a) These posts are also from you. b) You regularly get to jerk off with your own kind. Your trolling here is purely to be trolling.

https://reason.co...#comment


I been fooling around with Zephir-Skippy for years and years and some years too. None of those is Zephir-Skippy. Ask anybody who has been fooling around with him here for the last 9 or 8 years.

Sep 15, 2015
discussion leads nowhere and it's off-topic (i.e. violates forum rules)
@ZEPHIR
so does posting PSEUDOSCIENCE and intentionally fraudulent papers, blatant lies about interpretations of science and religions dogma or posting known lies about current technology and conspiracist ideation without evidence... but it hasn't stopped YOU
Captain is old paranoiac
no, i prefer SCIENCE over pseudoscience, which means i do NOT support you at all!
and you just ADMITTED you create sock armies!
I use it only for shotting down the spammers
LOL
unless they are spamming with pseudoscience that is anti-mainstream, right?

you have been caught in this lie so often it isn't even funny! you don't vote... except when you are threatened with banning because of pseudoscience
then you create sock armies
you just admitted that!

it is not paranoia when i can PROVE it is you... shall i post your actual IP? address? pictures?

Sep 15, 2015
Good job Cap
@Mytwocts
THANKS... but I can't take all the credit, even though i do a lot... some comes from MODS who trap/traced his IP as well as some who were able to track his anonymizer to certain accounts: much like how ANON tracked the pedophiles and outed them in TOR sites
i DO provide analytical and semantic research (as well as psych) to establish if a persons posts are consistent with another post (fingering zeph as the originator, etc)
we have extensive lists in various forums he can't access
Why does phys.org not clean him out?
sometimes they do, but he is like herpes and uses an anonymizer
Perhaps they sell his army to the advertisers as unique visitors?
that is the only think that makes sense: it pads the popularity of the site and gives a false uptick as well
this allows the site to push numbers that are used for adverts, funding, etc

thats why they are tepid about banning trolls/pseudoscience like eu, jvk, zeph, etc

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