July 27, 2009

What a load of Crap. Earth bears scars of human destruction: Astronaut

I am absolutely dumbfounded at the level of stupidity of this statement, and of this person who actually thought this was newsworthy.  It is probably just a perception but I think the wind is blowing harder on Mars today than it did last time I thought about it never ago.  It is probably just a perception but I have this feeling and emotion that says that the moon is farther away than it was yesterday. 

BLAH.  Garbage. Foul corruption masquerading as intelligent thought and reportage. 

And the Sheeple say BAAA BAAAAA  he is an  ass-tro-naught he is  baa …SmArT.  Baa… He said the polar ice caps are  baa… smaller..baaa…he has them baa baa bionic eyes that can measure inches of ice…baa baa…and a computer cyber baa..brain that can remember to the nth degree what he SAW 12 YEARS AGO. baa baaa   I could actually try to make logical arguments to why someone might perceive this, but WHY BOTHER, anyone who reads this and thinks it is meaningful in anyway is a seriously lacking in critical thinking skills.  What kind of idiocy is this? 

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – A Canadian astronaut aboard the International Space Station said on Sunday it looks like Earth's ice caps have melted a bit since he was last in orbit 12 years ago.

Bob Thirsk, who is two months into a planned six-month stay aboard the station, said he is mostly in awe when he looks out the window, particularly at the sliver of atmosphere wrapped around the planet.

"It's a very thin veil of atmosphere around the Earth that keeps us alive," Thirsk said during an in-flight news conference. "Most of the time when I look out the window I'm in awe. But there are some effects of the human destruction of the Earth as well."

"This is probably just a perception, but I just have the feeling that the glaciers are melting, the snow capping the mountains is less than it was 12 years ago when I saw it last time," Thrisk said. "That saddens me a little bit."

Earth bears scars of human destruction: astronaut - Yahoo! News

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