Discussion in 'The Cesspool' started by bearer_of_truth, Sep 16, 2016.
You can't handle the truth!
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One more time: they CLAIMED they were quoting, but there's absolutely no evidence whatsoever that there's an actual report for them to quote.
It's not possible to quote a non-existent document.
THEY ARE LYING.
I'll ask again:
1) Why do you think that the site is credible?
2) Why is there is no link to the purported NASA study.
3) Why do you think that they've reported "the NASA findings word for word"? Have you seen that report? (Or have you simply made it up that "word for word" is the case?)
4) Why would NASA do such an investigation?
5) If NASA had done such a study why is not mentioned at all on their website? Or any other site except for cranks sites and those with a religious agenda to push? (And why do those sites also not give a link to the claimed study?).
6) And why are YOU lying?
1 Actually nothing in that article is given as a quote, they simply made statements about what (they claim) it said.
And that must be why you believe the Bible. The miracles were quoted.
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