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Posts by Hands Sandon

Just read my posts.
 I don't think the so-called "moderate" CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) is helping matters. The first picture is their new leaflet. The second is one of their old ones. They are a disgrace, and yet they are prominent in the US.     ~ http://www.jihadwatch.org/2014/11/hamas-linked-terror-org-cair-discourages-muslims-from-talking-to-fbi And now this one too- ~ http://www.jihadwatch.org/2014/11/hamas-linked-terror-org-cair-to-muslims-lady-liberty-says-shhhh
This isn't political as such, but is this how our politicians view us?          
"Tanzania has been accused of reneging on its promise to 40,000 Masai pastoralists by going ahead with plans to evict them and turn their ancestral land into a reserve for the royal family of Dubai to hunt big game. Activists celebrated last year when the government said it had backed down over a proposed 1,500 sq km “wildlife corridor” bordering the Serengeti national park that would serve a commercial hunting and safari company based in the United Arab Emirates. Now...
First data now coming in from drilling comet- http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-30058176
Dr Matt Taylor has apologised (in tears) about his shirt.   So as not to hurt anyones feelings, here is Dr Matt Taylor wearing a different shirt-   And here he is wearing the offending shirt-      
  The EU is destroying Europe, but that's another issue. I hope that these major projects, which are a collaboration between nations, will continue and that they help smaller ventures rather than hinder them.  Catalonia hasn't declared independence and the EU, to the best of my knowledge, wouldn't support their independence, mostly because it wants to draw its own new boundaries instead, and it wants to keep its members in the club.  
Europeans themselves haven't achieved that much in space before, so this is their first attempt at something big. These people feel that they are at the cutting edge finally, and that's got be exciting.  Contact is still there. It just dropped out a few times. I think they'll know more in the morning.
 Be nice if it did speed things up. Some people are already getting excited about it- "Following the first successful touchdown on a comet by the European Space Agency’s Philae probe, a NASA director expressed his own excitement by declaring it a big step toward “moving off this planet” and “taking” the entire solar system. The U.S. space agency’s planetary science head, Jim Green, said the successful touchdown on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on Wednesday is evidence...
It does appear that way, but it wasn't my intention. It seems even the excitement of populating the moon wasn't enough to draw comments from many posters.  On a separate note, the successful Rosetta landing will surely speed up our space endeavours? I guess we'll have to wait to see what it's made of first though.
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