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banquo's_bumble_puppy
2005-Jan-25, 06:55 PM
http://www.godlikeproductions.com/bbs/message.php?message=72059&mpage=1&topic=3&showdate =1/25/05

visit at own risk/adult content, etc...

Candy
2005-Jan-25, 07:01 PM
anymonymous coward
1/19/2005
4:50 pm EST
Why take the effort to misspell Anonymous Coward? :-k

Doodler
2005-Jan-25, 07:09 PM
Brain numb.... must concentrate.... must hold on..... :o

Kristophe
2005-Jan-25, 07:23 PM
GLP is fun!

It sure is... O.o

Nergal
2005-Jan-25, 07:28 PM
Brain...hurts...

Must stop...clicking...*erp*...GLP links... :oops:

jfribrg
2005-Jan-25, 07:42 PM
http://www.godlikeproductions.com/bbs/message.php?message=72059&mpage=1&topic=3&showdate =1/25/05

visit at own risk/adult content, etc...

Here is a quote from that GLP thread:

Well NASA says it was -292c degrees or -180f. Then they said the Hymen probe landed in mud.

I doubt very much that NASA got the fahrenheit/celsius conversion backwards. Mixing up Newtons and pounds is understandable, but fahrenheit / celsius.....Never.

Doodler
2005-Jan-25, 07:57 PM
http://www.godlikeproductions.com/bbs/message.php?message=72059&mpage=1&topic=3&showdate =1/25/05

visit at own risk/adult content, etc...

Here is a quote from that GLP thread:

Well NASA says it was -292c degrees or -180f. Then they said the Hymen probe landed in mud.

I doubt very much that NASA got the fahrenheit/celsius conversion backwards. Mixing up Newtons and pounds is understandable, but fahrenheit / celsius.....Never.

Actually, i think that was the point at which my brain looked me dead behind the eyes and said, "Son, you're on your own from here."

Should've listened.

Spacewriter
2005-Jan-25, 08:01 PM
http://www.godlikeproductions.com/bbs/message.php?message=72059&mpage=1&topic=3&showdate =1/25/05

visit at own risk/adult content, etc...

Here is a quote from that GLP thread:

Well NASA says it was -292c degrees or -180f. Then they said the Hymen probe landed in mud.

I doubt very much that NASA got the fahrenheit/celsius conversion backwards. Mixing up Newtons and pounds is understandable, but fahrenheit / celsius.....Never.

Hymen probe?

:o :o

Isn't that called a ... oh, never mind...

Are they looking at the same mission the rest of us are looking at?



8-[

zebo-the-fat
2005-Jan-25, 08:12 PM
I read most of the first page then I had to lie down in a dark room for a while! :o

(It must be wonderful to have an edukation like wot they do!)

Maksutov
2005-Jan-26, 02:22 AM
[edit] :o :o

Isn't that called a ... oh, never mind...

Are they looking at the same mission the rest of us are looking at?

8-[
Well, Huygens was exploring, from an Earth perspective, virgin territory. :wink:

tmosher
2005-Jan-26, 03:01 AM
Curiousity got the best of me....I had to go look at GLP.

My head hurts and I believe my brain was close to tripping a circuit breaker to protect the higher brain functions.

Note to self. Do not go to GLP again.

Kristophe
2005-Jan-26, 05:35 AM
I really love the exchanges that are along the lines of:

Skeptic: "What could they possibly want to hide?"
Conspiracy Enthusiast: "Yeah, I wonder..."

I mean, obviously they wonder. That's the problem.

jaeger
2005-Jan-27, 02:59 AM
Well, Huygens was exploring, from an Earth perspective, virgin territory. :wink:

Thanks, Maksutov. I had my belly laugh for the night.