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Renowned physicist forced to apologise over ‘planet’ photo which was actually piece of chorizo


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So, a man can't even trust a astronomers anymore? Where is this world going!  :no:

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Where?  To hell, of course.  And accelerating.

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We can expect soon a stuning images of the sausages, salami etc. by the James Webb Space Telescope. :hmm:

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They removed it but for many years the slide show on the ceiling in the space mountain ride that showed planets etc, one of the planets was a chocolate chip cookie.

 

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5 hours ago, and-then said:

Where?  To hell, of course.  And accelerating.

Yes.

Humour. Satan's toolkit.

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I find this hilarious.  Kudos to the guy for injecting some humor.  

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58 minutes ago, Myles said:

I find this hilarious.  Kudos to the guy for injecting some humor.  

Yeah. I don't see what the big deal is. 

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53 minutes ago, spartan max2 said:

Yeah. I don't see what the big deal is. 

I think they are just mad because they got fooled by a common piece of sausage.   Looked like venison.  

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He also indicated that the prank had sought to encourage people "to be wary of arguments from people in positions of authority as well as the spontaneous eloquence of certain images."

He needs to tell us which images (assuming from Nasa) he's referring to as doctored.

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The asteroid belt in HD

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Maybe the moon really is made of cheese.

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59 minutes ago, Gumball said:

Maybe the moon really is made of cheese.

 

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On 8/9/2022 at 10:35 PM, spartan max2 said:

Yeah. I don't see what the big deal is. 

The problem is that if Prof. Etienne Klein hadn't come clean about the prank, due to his academic position a large number of people would have begun analyzing the data seriously.  It is a bit like that British spy in the Caribbean who sent MI6 an unlabeled blueprint for a vacuum cleaner telling them it was some sort of nuclear weapon, and some pretty senior engineers spent a decade trying to retro-engineer what it all meant.  Wasted resources of course is what it meant.  That being said, it was an awesome prank. 

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