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ITT: we attempt to fix the SLS without outright canceling it

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The exotic technology behind UFO/UAPs

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With all the testimonies, videos, radar signatures, official statements from pretty much every level of the government and a lot of it coming out very recently. I think it's safe to say the UFO phenomenon is a very real thing. There seems to be very advanced aircraft zipping around our skies and our oceans. What we don't know is the origin of these craft.

Now, where do they come from? Are they of extraterrestrial origin? Inter-dimensional? Some think they may even be humans from the future time-travelling and observing. What if they are our own craft? Is there somehow an elite group of people hiding exotic technology/physics from the rest of the world? How long have they had it? So many questions regarding the UFO phenomenon.

What do you guys think is the exact mechanisms by which they craft get their propulsion and energy. Is it anti-gravity? Maybe it's only gravity reduction or perhaps involves the bending of space-time around the craft? These craft while many come in different shapes and some seem to move differently they all seem to have one thing in common which is that they don't use any of the three methods of lift we know of.
Also, why do so many glow or give off light? By product from it's propulsion/energy source?

I hope we actually get disclosure but if we ever do it will more than likely be a water-downed version.
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Hello /sci/

I earned a BS in biochemistry and molecular biology with a minor in math, 4.0 GPA. I would like to know whether or not I should apply for a PhD program in biomedical engineering given that info and nothing else. Advisors and specific research are something that I'm looking into. Despite all of the advice I've received from my mentors I'm still here looking for somebody to tear me down if I'm being too arrogant. All of my research thus far has been within molecular biology with the exception of some light computational biostatistics work.
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/sfg/ Spaceflight General

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Schizotypal personality disorder

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Schizotypal personality disorder actually means based and redpilled. Prove me wrong.

Post your thoughts on unnecesary psychiatric diagnoses too.
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If you had the means to do anything you wanted tomorrow, what would you do ?
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Stop

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Is there any place in the universe that isn't moving through space and is perfectly still?
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is he right? are we stagnated except in software and computing stuff?
https://podcastnotes.org/2019/07/17/thiel/
>Innovation in science and technology is stagnating, specifically within the world of atoms
>This quote from Eric sums it up nicely – “Go into a room and subtract off all the screens. How do you then know you’re not in 1973?”
>As fields have become more specialized, it’s gotten easier for experts to lie and exaggerate about the progress of their respective industries
>Universities are costing more and more every year, but a good degree is still largely worth it
>Because of slowed progress in the realm of university science & technology research, university presidents are forced to lie about the state of affairs (for a variety of reasons)
>“The bigger the student debt gets, you can sort of think, ‘What does the $1.6 trillion in student debt pay for?’ In a sense, it pays for $1.6 trillion worth of lies about how great the system gets.”
>Peter’s solution to the student debt crisis:
>He’d make college debt dischargeable in bankruptcy (currently it’s nondischargeable) AND if people went bankrupt, part of the debt would have to be paid for by the university
>The automation story has been oversold
>“In the last 40-50 years, things have been slow, but we’ve been told things are about to accelerate like crazy. That may be true and I hope it’s true. But if one was simply extrapolating from the last 40-50 years, perhaps the default is that we should be more worried about the lack of automation than excess automation.”
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