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These video's come from Neil deGrasse Tyson. These video's go into the important's of NASA and how the government keeps cutting money from it. The government says we don't have the money for NASA. Yet we have the money to spend on wasteful programs that don't work many of which cost as must as a 100 billion dollars or more a year. So cut money from these wasteful programs instead of NASA. Does anyone actual know how little we spend on NASA. Its a half a penny on a dollar. If we can afford a trillion dollars on a wasteful war in Iraq which got us nothing, then I think we can afford NASA.
At 1/31/13 02:29 PM, Jmayer20 wrote: If we can afford a trillion dollars on a wasteful war in Iraq which got us nothing, then I think we can afford NASA.
Get yer facts straight dude.
THe War in Iraq got Georgie Dubya's oil buddies some seriously fine oil contracts , where they will clean up buying cheap ( self determined prices ) for Iraqi oil & selling it to the world for as much as they can gouge ! while the Iraqi's see little return ! !
But I personally do hate to see the destruction of NASA !
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You'd think that getting to another planet would be considered more important on a planet full of planet killing weapons.
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At 1/31/13 02:38 PM, DickChick wrote: You'd think that getting to another planet would be considered more important on a planet full of planet killing weapons.
destroying all of humanity has its perks.
you start filling other planets with people and develop space craft that can travel between these planets, all you're going to do is eventually create interplanetary warfare and then space debris is going to be freaking everywhere.
Josef Stalin said it best when he said "No man, no problem."
at least after humanity is destroyed, alien scientists can rummage through the destruction and ponder what kind of primitive lifestyles we led.
I'm not crazy, everyone else is.