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ySense , 7 week 7 payment....tasman1 » Post #1

Thu Sep 19, 2019 17:44 in Payment Proofs

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Checklist done » Post #2

Thu Sep 19, 2019 02:30 in Success Stories

Big Congrats

Booming or Boom [ no ing ] ..tasman1 » Post #1

Thu Sep 19, 2019 01:05 in General Talk

US Fed cuts key interest rate a quarter point, citing 'uncertainties'

US Economy is booming ........... or US Economy is boom [ no ing ]

It will come here ... tasman1 » Post #5

Thu Sep 19, 2019 00:57 in General Talk

Did see him just now opening door , lurking behind door

Completed $4.64 cint survey(13 min) » Post #13

Wed Sep 18, 2019 22:52 in Success Stories

Sorry but changed my mind

Best solution will be if they gave us a pension and call us back 50 years latter

My recomendation for pension , 30 000 per year and no payment of tax, public transport including 2 intercontinental flight , private medical , payment cost if we divorce , new car every second year [ max value 70 000] free caviar once every second day , free plastic surgery and few more essential stuff

Paypal stole my money » Post #13

Wed Sep 18, 2019 19:20 in General Talk

ashrafieh007 wrote: Relax guys. I also have 2 payments from last week which hasn't been paid yet but I'm sure the processing is a little behind, I have another 2 payments which I would like to make but will hold off until the other 2 are received which I'm sure will be sooner rather then later.





Same here , it will come , 2 pending . folks must stop panic , try to understand how payment is working

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Completed $4.64 cint survey(13 min) » Post #2

Wed Sep 18, 2019 03:49 in Success Stories

Perfect , Congrats

17/9/2019 - $11.52 earned! » Post #2

Wed Sep 18, 2019 02:44 in Success Stories

wow , congrats , that is big one

Today $5.08 , OK , but ......tasman1 » Post #2

Wed Sep 18, 2019 01:06 in Success Stories

good for day but jobs here just for day or 2 per week ......bad

Today $5.08 , OK , but ......tasman1 » Post #1

Wed Sep 18, 2019 01:04 in Success Stories

Today $5.08
Yesterday $1.52
Month $45.39
Last Month $77.68

Devon Island =NASA Mars ....tasman1 » Post #1

Tue Sep 17, 2019 18:18 in General Talk

Just a proof you earthling will never goo and see space , Earth is your jail forever

Devon Island [Canada ] is an extremely interesting place. Its desert setting and harsh climate is very similar to conditions on Mars.

Since 2001, Devon Island has been the summer home for a group of people working on an international research project called the Haughton Mars Project (HMP) that studies how human explorers might live and work on other planetary objects, in particular on Mars.

Devon Island's barren terrain, freezing temperatures, isolation, and remoteness offer NASA scientists and personnel a number of unique research opportunities, reads the project’s information page on NASA’s website. Other factors, such as the Arctic day and night cycle and restricted logistics and communications capabilities, offer fitting analogs for the challenges that crewmembers will likely face on long-duration space flights.

Operated by the Mars Society and primarily funded by NASA, the research is based out of the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station (FMARS), located on a ridge overlooking the Haughton impact crater, a 23 km diameter crater formed approximately 39 million years ago when a 2 km diameter projectile slammed into the earth. The incident was so violent that rocks as far below as 1.7 km was brought up to the surface. Because there is no flowing water due to the freezing temperature, weathering is minimal. As such, Haughton retains many geological features that craters elsewhere lose to erosion. The Haughton impact crater area is said to have one of the most Mars-like terrain on earth.

NASA Fact .............tasman1 » Post #11

Tue Sep 17, 2019 17:16 in General Talk

Panky45 wrote: Don't worry India is sending its astronauts to Moon in 2022. You can than know about the real space exploration.




Yeee , Indian photoshop will look much better , but this is 2019 not 1968

how much » Post #4

Tue Sep 17, 2019 17:08 in General Talk

Today $4.55
Yesterday $1.52
Month $44.86
Last Month $77.68

NASA Fact .............tasman1 » Post #7

Tue Sep 17, 2019 07:17 in General Talk

Let us be short

NASA is going back to the moon — if it can figure out how to get there , if

Canadians can not have .....tasman1 » Post #7

Tue Sep 17, 2019 04:37 in General Talk

Nikorj wrote: Maybe if we could have a bit of that "DEMOCRACY" they're all talking about.

I heard it should be good!!.




My dear friend , all we can is to help that Canadian girls to come to their senses ,as a good person I can help

NASA Fact .............tasman1 » Post #3

Tue Sep 17, 2019 04:31 in General Talk

Nikorj wrote: From what i learned in school there should be pressure in outer space, It's just very very low and some would call it non-existent.

Soace travel is a hoax :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: , The 2 sites of believers and non-believers are yet to come up with concrete evidence.


Tas!!, Is the earth also flat????? ;)




Not sure my dear friend , new theory now say it is a cube , will try find a bit more about that

Canadians can not have .....tasman1 » Post #5

Tue Sep 17, 2019 03:35 in General Talk

Poor Canadians , in 50 years time tasman1 will be youngest person there at only 116

NASA Fact .............tasman1 » Post #1

Tue Sep 17, 2019 01:04 in General Talk

IN NEARLY 60 YEARS of alleged space exploration NASA has never been able to offer us a single genuine photograph of the Earth from space—NOT ONE! Even though we’ve had good, high-resolution cameras for nearly 100 years, NASA has never taken a true photograph of the Earth.

By their own admission, all of the pictures we see are composites, paintings or computer-generated images. Why is this? Could the answer be, horror of horrors, that NASA has never been into space—or at least, not far enough from the Earth to get the whole planet in the frame?


Fact

The reason space travel is not possible is because the systems we claim to use to propel a rocket through space operate on gas pressure and there is no gas pressure in space.

Gas pressure requires molecules to be in contact with each other, bouncing off each other, causing millions of collisions per second, etc... If you release gas into the vacuum of space, the first molecule that pops out will shoot off into the distance at a constant speed, so will the one behind that, never catching up with the first one. The third, fourth, etc... all fly off into the distance trying to fill the vacuum by finding their empty corner. So no matter how much gas you produce none of it will ever change the pressure under a space ship. None of it will ever push a spaceship. To push a spaceship there must be some locally high pressure under it, which is impossible since the pressure in space is 0 everywhere.

Canadians can not have .....tasman1 » Post #3

Mon Sep 16, 2019 23:00 in General Talk

We do not have that problem here

Australian govt is investing billions in modern , state of the art kids manufacturing plants , 5000 units per day

Canadians can not have .....tasman1 » Post #1

Mon Sep 16, 2019 22:31 in General Talk

News from Canada

Young Canadians Pledge Not To Have Kids Until Politicians Act On Climate Change


My opinion ...... Young Canadians not capable to have kids in real world , only in virtual fake world

Just my expert opinion , now kill me if you must
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