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Posted: 11-06-2006 03:42 AM
by KenaiAK
I don't have anything against George Noory personally, and he's done some good shows in my opinion. But the shows he does are night and day compared to Art. I listen to Art's shows expecting a deep understanding of the topic, as Art has a way of asking all the questions I would want asked. George's shows are a more lighthearted version, which can border on silliness. Either way, the show can still be fun to listen to.

Posted: 11-06-2006 03:45 AM
by Pegasuss
KenaiAK wrote: I don't have anything against George Noory personally, and he's done some good shows in my opinion. But the shows he does are night and day compared to Art. I listen to Art's shows expecting a deep understanding of the topic, as Art has a way of asking all the questions I would want asked. George's shows are a more lighthearted version, which can border on silliness. Either way, the show can still be fun to listen to.


Your point is well taken. Perhaps it's a dedication vs. entertainment thing.

Posted: 11-06-2006 03:46 AM
by ShuGi
Originally posted by Pegasuss
You don't want to think that, but it is certainly a possibility. Either way, it is a disservice to us, the audience.:)


True
By the way, nice to see you and welcome aboard.:)


Thanks :)

Posted: 11-06-2006 03:49 AM
by Pegasuss
ShuGi wrote: True



Thanks :)


How did you hear about the Ship?

Posted: 11-06-2006 03:51 AM
by ShuGi
Pegasuss wrote: How did you hear about the Ship?


Quite unspectacular ...

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&safe ... Search&lr=

*g*

Posted: 11-06-2006 03:54 AM
by Pegasuss
ShuGi wrote: Quite unspectacular ...

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&safe ... Search&lr=

*g*


As good a way as any other.:D

Posted: 11-06-2006 04:05 AM
by ShuGi
Thanks again for your nice welcome :)

George Noory shortly mentioned / questioned about the european space-program - in fact its about to be re-considered atm, the discussions about the european constitution stopped future projects ... not much happens/ is decided afaik atm except the space station and Galileo and some other satellites. Private companies doing space-exploration or something similar almost don't exist, at least i never heard from them.

Posted: 11-06-2006 04:16 AM
by Pegasuss
ShuGi wrote: Thanks again for your nice welcome :)

George Noory shortly mentioned / questioned about the european space-program - in fact its about to be re-considered atm, the discussions about the european constitution stopped future projects ... not much happens/ is decided afaik atm except the space station and Galileo and some other satellites. Private companies doing space-exploration or something similar almost don't exist, at least i never heard from them.


I agree. Space Ship One was an endeavor to launch manned space missions into sub orbit. The actual move into other planetary systems is still controlled by governmental agencies .

Posted: 11-06-2006 04:23 AM
by ShuGi
Pegasuss wrote: The actual move into other planetary systems is still controlled by governmental agencies .


And i bet they will not give away that control easily ...

Posted: 11-06-2006 04:27 AM
by Pegasuss
Here in New York, I'm paying $1.95 per gallon. Most endeavors into expanding fuel resources regardless of what they are is fought against by the greens.

Posted: 11-06-2006 04:28 AM
by Pegasuss
ShuGi wrote: And i bet they will not give away that control easily ...


You've got that right!

Posted: 11-06-2006 04:40 AM
by Pegasuss
Good evening fellow Pirates. Smooth sailing into Monday with no waves.:)

Posted: 11-06-2006 04:45 AM
by ShuGi
Pegasuss wrote: Good evening fellow Pirates. Smooth sailing into Monday with no waves.:)


Good evening/morning to you as well!