A little long winded but I think you've got the right idea of how this SHOULD work if the government wants to get involved. But of course this would never happen- its just too damn efficient.
Well said. And exactly. These people just like the sound of their voice. And they are crying about the one government agency that probably does the most (useful) stuff per dollar. NASA has done pretty awesome things with a shit budget.
NASA doesn't need this place and Google has some cool ideas they want to lease it for and this is unethical? What?
I wasn't really considering "where" they went, just that they did. Mexico certainly wouldnt be my choice
I love how the members of one party think they do no wrong and solemnly believe everything bad stems only from the opposing party. It seems as though only recently are people seeing the truth... behind every good deed is countless horrible deeds. Swallow the red pill or tbe blue, either way you end up asleep.
When I was a young teen (14 or so) my good friends parents decided to go tbe ex-patriot. They moved permantly to mexico. At the time I thought it was dispicable turning their back on their country. I get it now... they saw the signs earlier than the rest of us
Is there already kits for this available? Id like to read their claimed output the gravity turbine
I don't have actual experience, but I'm pretty sure as long as you can compartmentalize thoughts sufficiently, you'll probably pass the poly easy. Hear the question, don't listen to it, don't break it down, don't analyze it, and keep your mind away from your answer and why you're saying what you're about to say, and just say it. I feel the danger lies with if you start to slip up with the compartmentalizing technique and you accidently "think" on the question and/or answer even for a fraction of a second - my guess is, these are what cause those little needles to register spikes. I tried to make it very clear, I have no actual experience, this is all just a guess.
Think about this for a second..... do you think there are very many people whom, by the age of 30, haven't broken over 100 laws (truthfully its probably absurdly higher) ? On average, a person probably breaks a law, however obscure, many times a day.
Haha, technically... Apple just disqualified every FBI Agent that owns an iphone....
drink very moderately
Yes it is. It leads to horrible, horrible, things like ginseng! http://www.realfarmacy.com/doz...
From a reliable source I can also say that you can fail out from reasonable mistaken discrepancies. You see, tbe length of tbe questionarre is no coincidence. They dont want you to be able to recall what you put down as an answer originally and if you originally said you had moved 4 times in the last 10 years and during the poly you remembered a 5th move, and simply just forgotten originally, and you later say 5.... will easily disqualify you. Their method is flawed and im sure they've disqualified potentially amazing would-be agents over ridiculously stupid technicalities.
Over 50 and straight edged boy scout
Note, this guy *does* note that OP mentions security.