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#434 - We've also done it three times, already.  [+] (5 replies) 08/08/2012 on wNReP 0
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#444 - rantansoop (08/08/2012) [-]
3 for 3 fuck yeah merica.
#443 - dcrazy (08/08/2012) [-]
Yes, because we know everything about something after we explore it a couple of times. That kind of thought process is like saying ok well ill read the first page of this book and put it down cause I think I know how its going to end. We should strive to explore and look at all the wonders around us and learn from our experiences, even if its nothing! At least then we would know its nothing and isn't that the greatest thing about life, trying to figure out the unknown?
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#469 - novabird (08/08/2012) [-]
the best policy is to keep learning about a subject once you're aware of it, theres no such thing as knowing everything no matter how much you've learned, theres always more to learn if you keep looking.
#451 - therealbojack (08/08/2012) [-]
Actually, I didn't say anything like what you implied. In fact, I was ecstatic to hear about the successful landing and I would personally give anything in the world to reallocate the country's resources toward technological advancement, exploration, and further understanding of our solar system. I was also distressed by the fact that I heard virtually no coverage from any news or media outlets covering the landing, itself. It flew extremely under the radar, while the Olympics (an event that has occurred every four years for literally hundreds of years) continued to dominate everyone's attention, for whatever reason. On the other hand, however, I think that people that are nothing but flabbergasted at the fact that we have performed such an amazing feat as landing a rover on another planet (when we have actually had the same thing happen at least three times, in the past) seem to just be "jumping on the bandwagon" (however under the radar that bandwagon may be...) of the Curiosity landing, without actually knowing a lot of the key facts about it. I merely got the impression that Mr. Anon up there was one of these uninformed "Bandwagoners", and felt that I should share a bit of information about the subject matter. Sorry that I wasn't more clear.
#459 - dcrazy (08/08/2012) [-]
I also apologize I thought your statement was implying that it was a pointless effort to go again since we have in the past. As for the anon I'm always against bandwagon hate since we all don't know everything and because something that was maybe pointless to you before could really interested you know, and maybe you just haven't found that out until well now.... P.S sorry if my sentences ramble or jump around or anything like that its really late where i'm at
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