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  1. Oh really Rabid? Astro tell you that? You're his friend, aren't you? I remember hearing the two of you yaking it up over there back when they had a voice chat. If that's the name then where's the freaking name on NASA's website? http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=P%2F2016 J3;old=0;orb=0;cov=0;log=0;cad=0#elem Other comets named STEREO are just named that, STEREO... http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=C%2F2008 D1;old=0;orb=0;cov=0;log=0;cad=0#elem Huh, that's funny, look at that, a STEREO comet and sure enough, NASA calls it "STEREO." Not for Astro's supposed comet though... http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=P%2F2016 J3;old=0;orb=0;cov=0;log=0;cad=0#elem Are you trying to tell me NASA couldn't even get the name of their own comet found by their own spacecraft right on their own website?! Let's see how many people buy that excuse... Be warned people, the mods here don't want to wake up to this conspiracy...
  2. Wow, look at you, openly stating you think "Astro's reason makes sense." You're openly covering for him! Take note people, take note. I shouldn't even have to point this out, but no, it doesn't make any sense at all. If he were a real astronomer who found a comet (and we've already established he's not - but that brings me back to my closed thread again) then he would want his name all over it, his one opportunity as a real astronomer for his 15 minutes of fame. If he didn't want people on conspiracy forums knowing his real name, all he'd have to do is not freaking talk about it on said forums. Easy! Furthermore, it's not like he'd even have a choice in the matter! The rules are the rules! If this was NOT a conspiracy, the comet would have his name whether he liked it or not. You seriously think an amateur astronomer can force NASA to not give the comet a name? No other comet in modern history has ever lacked a name like this! Yet you brush it aside as no big deal, nothing to see here, and don't you dare try to dig up Astro's "private information." You're defending a site you claim is a conspiracy, you're gatekeeping. And yes, I did find another CT site which is unafraid to go there. I guess your excuse will be "it's not big enough to count?" Seems like your only excuse is popularity, and I'm pretty sure that's not good logic.
  3. Ha! That's nothing, that's just the tip of the iceberg my friend. Astro was responsible for killing a real astronomer and covering it up. http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=P%2F2016 J3;old=0;orb=0;cov=0;log=0;cad=0#elem Check out that "comet." That's the comet Astro claimed he discovered. It has no name, just a designation. Look it up, comet Elenin was C/2010 X1 Elenin, comet ISON was C/2012 S1 ISON. Where's the name after the designation on this one? No other comet in modern history is missing a name like that! Conclusion? Astro took the credit for discovering someone else's comet, as a cover for the fact that the real person who found it was killed. Anyone who really found a comet would be so excited about it they would demand that they get it named after them, just as it has always been. So how do you cover up the fact that you don't want the true nature of this comet known? You kill the person who found it and make sure it doesn't get their name so that it doesn't lead back to the dead guy. Then you give the credit for the "discovery" to a major shill on a conspiracy site so that he can control the narrative about the comet completely, and he has the handy excuse that he "doesn't want his real name out there" for why "his" comet has no real name. I posted a thread about this but the mod here who posted this thread closed it. They don't want you to find out the deep dark truths about these conspiracy sites, so they feed you table scraps like the junk you were just talking about with the fake observatory. That's just the tip of the iceberg friend, and this forum is here to make sure you don't look deeper under the surface.

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