10 Feb '17 20:58>
Originally posted by sonhouseHoly ship balls, Batman: sonhouse deflects yet again.
I don't really care about such nonsense. It just goes to show you will go to any lengths to "prove" Nasa never launched a satellite which is your bottom line. Which is so full of shyte it is not worth arguing over. Have fun with your fantasies. Here is a challenge, which you never responded to: Book a trip on the circumnavigation of Antarctica, there are ro ...[text shortened]... tried to circumnavigate Antartica? Or are you satisfied to just parrot other people's thoughts?
This is irrefutable evidence that something is amiss--- at least on the surface of the situation--- and sonhouse plugs his ears and runs away from addressing it.
Of COURSE it is "nonsense," sonhouse: you don't have an answer for it.
You realize there's no way for that ball to be on the station which makes any logistical sense.
This isn't going to any lengths at all, but rather, it is merely pointing out from their own actions the incongruity of their projected presentation when compared to reality.
This requires no interpretation, no funny math, no calculations, no conjecture.
They have an item on the station which could only have been provided after January 22, but their last possible supply was three months prior to that date.
Don't run away, sonhouse.
Take your beating like a man.