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#1 by tasman1 » Fri Aug 05, 2022 19:43

Scientist forced to apologise after ‘new picture of star’ turns out to be slice of chorizo

A world-renowned scientist has been forced to apologise after he shared what he claimed was a stunning picture of a star – and turned out to be a slice of chorizo.

Étienne Klein, a celebrated French physicist, shared an image of what he said was Proxima Centauri, the nearest star to Earth. He said the picture had been taken by the James Webb Space Telescope, from which a host of stunning images had been revealed in recent weeks.

At first glance, the image looked legitimate, showing the deep red and swirling white colours of a star. But on closer inspection the image was something rather more down-to-Earth: a slice of chorizo against a black background.

About an hour after he first sent the tweet, Dr Klein made clear he had been joking. He quipped that when people got hungry they give into cognitive biases – and that people should be aware.

Then, hours after the original post, he said that he needed to respond to comments that appeared to be suggesting he had been mistaken himself. He said that the picture had been a “form of amusement” and once against reminded his followers that they should be suspicious both of arguments from authority as well as the convincing nature of such images.
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#2 by Darkstar2 » Fri Aug 05, 2022 20:01

tasman1 wrote:

and once against reminded his followers that they should be suspicious both of arguments from authority as well as the convincing nature of such images.

Best advice the scientist gave in his ******g life :lol: NASA and tax payers are spending trillions of $ to FOOL AROUND and look for NOTHING in outer space, nobody gives a shit - we have enough problems here on earth to worry about why not spend that money wisely to help the MISERABLE HERE on this ********* planet, THEN we can worry about the stars and swirling holes. Some people even suggest the walking on the moon was fake too, I would not be too surprised - maybe that recent image from NASA, of the edge of the universe is fake too.
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#3 by tasman1 » Fri Aug 05, 2022 20:07

Darkstar2 wrote:
tasman1 wrote:

and once against reminded his followers that they should be suspicious both of arguments from authority as well as the convincing nature of such images.

Best advice the scientist gave in his ******g life :lol: NASA and tax payers are spending trillions of $ to FOOL AROUND and look for NOTHING in outer space, nobody gives a shit - we have enough problems here on earth to worry about why not spend that money wisely to help the MISERABLE HERE on this ********* planet, THEN we can worry about the stars and swirling holes. Some people even suggest the walking on the moon was fake too, I would not be too surprised - maybe that recent image from NASA, of the edge of the universe is fake too.



Trillion dollar , Expensive Salami :lol: :lol:
What about NASA Photos , same salami shit ???

What is your opinion about Devon Island in Canada ?
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#4 by Darkstar2 » Fri Aug 05, 2022 20:53

Devon Island, it looks like Mars basically without the red sky - so I think all those Mars pictures are created there, just add photo filters to give an orange cast, and you are all set :mrgreen:
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#5 by tasman1 » Fri Aug 05, 2022 21:13

Darkstar2 wrote: Devon Island, it looks like Mars basically without the red sky - so I think all those Mars pictures are created there, just add photo filters to give an orange cast, and you are all set :mrgreen:



That is f.....g cheap salami :mrgreen:
If no salami in your shop just go to NASA Salami shop , they have plenty :lol: :lol:
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#6 by Darkstar2 » Sat Aug 06, 2022 16:40

You would be surprised how amazingly easy it is to fake MARS photos using very BASIC photoshop skills :lol:
SO let's see now, American Tax payer paid trillions of $, so that 100 years later NASA finally releases an image
in full colour of what the edge of the universe looks like, wow, amazing, I'm sure people go their money's worth :lol:
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