September 21, 2017

The Replication Of Major Achievements

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“Every other major achievement of mankind has been replicated – in most cases, almost immediately and with significant improvement over time. After the first motorcar was invented, countless others followed. After the first airplane flight, within a very short period of time we had planes flying all over the world – going faster and faster with each passing decade. Soon after the first computers were made, they became available for mass production and they get better, faster and cheaper by the year. Yet after the U.S. allegedly landed on the moon six times from 1969 to 1972, not only have we not done it again in over 40 years, but neither has anyone else! In 40 years, no replication, no improved faster travel there and back. Really? How does that make any sense to anyone?”—Rob Skiba

 

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