What's going on, and what happened in June 2022? Is it comms? Did their asteroid editor have a psychotic break? Has their asteroid editor been replaced by an AI? I don't have any theories, but it's certainly strange.
Friday, March 31, 2023
The Jerusalem Post asteroid phenomenon
AC has been posting these headlines as they appear, but I think you have to have them all together in one place to get the full effect:
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I would bet a asteroid the size of Mia Khalifa that its comms. Who would describe an astroid as the size of 14 flamingos oe 27 pandas unless that were code?
Might be trying to make the asteroid reporting more interesting. I mean how do you report on routine asteroids in an interesting way?
His article says platypus can swim at 1 m/s. That's pretty fast. But not as fast as an asteroid!
If it’s a code, the geographic specificity of so many of the animals — pandas, platypuses, borzoi dogs, American alligators — must mean something.
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