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The_Architect

New Member
Hello all, CNC and 3D printer automation enthusiast. Been working most of my life as my biggest and longest running hobby, on a replicator level 3D printer design, along with a recycling/refining option to allow a much better method of supply for star travel, though every day that passes I see more and more reasons why we need this for,

My question to all is, "which is more important to develop or create, technologically, the replicator, or warp drive?" because which one is the focus of a society the more likely they are to be either federation or empire like :)

trivia? I found this site from a search on starlite recipe's since I saw that some had achieved similar results with simple materials. :)
 

JMartJr

New Member
Greetings all.

Kite enthusiast, found this site some time back while looking for background information on a UFO sighting that I could recognize as a particular manufacturer's LED kite for night-flying. That particular one never wound up here, as far as I can find.

Started spending rather more time reading here while arguing with various conspiracy theorists on the /x/ board of a "chan" site (you know the one I mean... but I do not name them, lest by naming them they may be summoned.:eek::)) They had a lot of discussion of the To The Stars Academy vid clips and Cmdr. Fravor's sighting, and in refuting some of the assertions made about that (and particularly in sorting the timeline) I poached freely on much of the information you folks developed (with attribution sometimes, but for some reason mentioning this site made some of them rather cross.) My motive for all that was that I know some younger folks (I am an older folks) who spend time on chans, and I don't want all the stuff that is posted there to be taken as fact wothout another side being presented. I doubt I changed anybody's mind there, but I am hopeful that maybe I helped some lurker not get taken in. Hope is free, right?

Apart from kites, my interests would include the Apollo program and "golden age" space exploration, and Roman history (which likely comes up here less often.)

I don't plan to post a whole lot, as my areas of expertise are usually going to be irrelevant, or my level of expertise is going to be exceeded by most everybody else. But I may chime in with questions that would help me to follow points being made, or if something is recognizably a kite, I'll leap into action!

I appreciate both the excellent work done on this site, and the high level of discourse

"What do we want? CIVIL DISCOURSE! When do we want it? Now would be fine with me, but I'd appreciate your thoughts on that..."
 

Rob W.

New Member
Hello, My name is Rob and I ended up hear as I am listening to the audiobook for Escaping the Rabbit Hole. I have always had an interest in conspiracy theories and how people come to believe fringe thoughts. I look forward to the conversation here.
 

Kent Schwitkis

New Member
This thread is for any first time poster to (optionally) post an introductory "hi everyone" post, which will also get you "verified" (meaning you can post without anti-spam restrictions) once it has been approved.

A few words on who you are and how you ended up here would be appreciated. Or just say hi!
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I got interested in this website, cause of a general interest indicated below. The impulse was due to BookBub and the Escaping the Rabbit Hole book.

I'm use Flat Earth and Geocentric models in class as examples of theories that work in some instances, but are not globally correct. The point every time is that Nature is the truth, we need to agree on the observations, we then create models (some good some bad) which we then can use under certain conditions. I'm very curious about what is in store here.
 

Kabcarr

New Member
This thread is for any first time poster to (optionally) post an introductory "hi everyone" post, which will also get you "verified" (meaning you can post without anti-spam restrictions) once it has been approved.

A few words on who you are and how you ended up here would be appreciated. Or just say hi!
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Hi
I’m just looking for truth about many things .
 

Danie Ray

New Member
Hi, I came here as I'm interested in what makes one person more vulnerable to believing in an erroneous idea than another?
When does information become a belief and why people become so protective, defensive and emotionally involved with their new found idea
(that is often beyond their scope of understanding).
I have been reading this forum for a couple of weeks and I've thoroughly enjoyed it.
I have however searched a few subjects to see what the opinion is amongst this community is and not found them here, so I have joined this forum in a quest to join the discussion.
Daniel
 

FATHER

New Member
Hi everyone!

Glad to be posting here. I’m basically a huge nerd, but professionally speaking I am a game developer, writer and music producer from London, UK.

I found Metabunk via Mick West’s recent appearance on the Joe Rogan podcast, and have become very fond of the intelligent and healthy discussions and debates that pop up around these fringe topics since.

I’ve always been fascinated by conspiracy theories and, indeed, theorists as a theme, and it is one that seem to reoccur throughout much of my creative output.

I hold a BSc Hons degree in Cognitive Science (A.I./Consciousness specialised) from the University of Exeter, so am relatively analytical and scientifically minded. However, given my highly creative nature, I am drawn to fringe topics and exploring their mythology.

Like Mick, I‘d place myself around a 1.5 out of 10 on the Demarcation Line.

I would very much like to join (and, hopefully, further) the healthy discourse at hand.

F.
 
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