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» Marathons (Go to post)14-10-2019 @ 08:40 
2 amazing performances!👍
» The Assassin (Go to post)09-09-2019 @ 07:59 
Rick said:Thanks, Chris. The support is most welcome.

I have no intention of competing full power again, and very possibly not bench either, but I'd like to be comfortably doing 160/140/200 at 105 at the end of all this, and ideally another 20% or so. But wellness is the main goal, henchness second, and total a distant third.


I'm not a Selfish person but all 3 would be quite nice!
» The Assassin (Go to post)08-09-2019 @ 16:17 
Nice One!
» The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (Go to post)05-09-2019 @ 09:07 
Even if it's off what it could be I imagine once you find the balancing point weight-wise your numbers will start creeping up again...

Good work overall!
» First Man Film, Did The USA Go To The Moon ? (Go to post)28-08-2019 @ 11:05 
Post Edited: 28.08.2019 @ 11:08 AM by ChrisMcCarthy
If I were more technically accomplished I'd post a direct link but SciManDan is a decent YouTube Channel to watch to get a decent idea of a lot of the more current Flat Earth Vs Globe Earth debates, and he often covers the Moon / ISS as well.

The whole thing is a bit too focused on "Smashing the Opposition out of the Park" for my liking but there is some interesting viewing there, from both sides....
» Happy birthday sugden (Go to post)28-08-2019 @ 07:57 
Teenager now, eh?

Explains quite a lot... Happy
» The Assassin (Go to post)23-08-2019 @ 17:57 
Nice work Rick!
» An old, fat fool starts a log. Hope no-one minds (Go to post)13-08-2019 @ 09:04 
Fingers crossed for continued Happiness...
» First Man Film, Did The USA Go To The Moon ? (Go to post)08-08-2019 @ 17:40 
slimsim said:To be fair, this just popped up on facebook, I watched it and then didn't have the inclination to research further, HOWEVER, the thing that caught my attention the most was the apparent use of wires whilst in space (why on earth would their clothing be pulling as it is?) and the air bubbles in a vacuum (if someone could explain this I'd be amazed)

If the astronauts who died on Challenger aren't really alive then I agree, that's completely disrespectful and insensitive to their families.


None of that footage looked like the Astronauts were on wires...if you look closely at the guy somersaulting at around the 05:00 mark the reason his pocket catches is because the guy next to him reaches out to steady him and catches his finger in the pocket, for instance.

As for the the "Air Bubbles" you've got good eyesight if you can categorically state they are bubbles of air and not, say, drops of frozen air and moisture trapped on the Suit in getting out of the Space Station.
» First Man Film, Did The USA Go To The Moon ? (Go to post)08-08-2019 @ 13:32 
The very first thing the video shows is two shots from different Felix Baumgartner jumps so I don't why the capsule has look identical.

Also, the bit about the Astronauts still being alive is actually genuinely disrespectful as well as being incorrect.
» First Man Film, Did The USA Go To The Moon ? (Go to post)08-08-2019 @ 13:09 
slimsim said:https://www.facebook.com/202370133994398/posts/377323856499024?sfns...

Iím not sure if this link will work but this vid throws some real question marks out there for people who believe man went to the moon


For me - personally - the question marks it throws up are regarding the people who consider this evidence of...well, anything.

Look - fine - if you don't believe NASA then at least refer to the original evidence rather than what someone else has put together, otherwise you are just considering the spin someone has put on the spin NASA originally put on the evidence.

After participating in this thread I spent a good deal of time researching the subject (on top of what I have done already) and what it seems to boil down to is doubter's personal incredulity regarding what Science has so far shown rather than anyone being able to disprove it.

Now if you want me to say NASA has lied about stuff in general then fine, got no problem with that...but it is not demonstrably THIS.
» Terry Hollands bodybuilding comp (Go to post)05-08-2019 @ 18:57 
Impressive conditioning, which is the main thing he can control - not a lot he can do about that structure at the end of the day.
» Training Log - 4. The long road to 2018. (Go to post)05-08-2019 @ 18:50 
Well done!
» An old, fat fool starts a log. Hope no-one minds (Go to post)03-08-2019 @ 08:26 
It's also funny that the term "a Million Miles away" means you were a VERY long way away...no middle ground it seem! Happy
» The Assassin (Go to post)01-08-2019 @ 09:08 
Rick said:
Don't mind at all. Average of the last five mornings is a little under 124. Historically my scales have been about 1.3kg heavy vs comp scales, but that was when I was at 148-9. I'm just using the numbers I have in terms of milestones.


That's a fine drop, Rick...be careful not to drop too much more over the Summer or your Students won't recognise you!

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