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0s.gif Op zaterdag 10 december 2016 08:04 schreef Wantie het volgende:

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Jazeker, alleen heb jij geen antwoorden, dus is vragen stellen tijdsverspilling.
Jawel, vraag ze maar.
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0s.gif Op zaterdag 10 december 2016 12:09 schreef t4600c het volgende:

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Jawel, vraag ze maar.
nee, tijdsverspilling.
i smell poe.
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Dus je bent zo'n grote consipracy nut dat je niet eens antwoorden wil?
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0s.gif Op zondag 4 december 2016 11:54 schreef Wantie het volgende:

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Dat is al aangegeven, anno 2016 verwacht men veel gedetailleerdere footage dan in 1969.
Ander mooi voorbeeld, in de jaren 60 zorgde het hoorspel 'War Of The World" voor massale paniek omdat men dacht dat er een echte invasie van marsmannetjes was.
Anno 2016 trapt men daar niet meer in.
Mwa, de uitzending "Bye Bye Belgium" van de RTBF (waarin Vlaanderen zogenaamd de onafhankelijkheid had uitgeroepen en de koning het land verlaten had) werd blijkbaar geloofd door veel Walen, en ook CNBC zou het "nieuws" overgenomen hebben...

https://en.wikinews.org/w(...)ternation_in_Belgium
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0s.gif Op zondag 11 december 2016 13:12 schreef crystal_meth het volgende:

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Mwa, de uitzending "Bye Bye Belgium" van de RTBF (waarin Vlaanderen zogenaamd de onafhankelijkheid had uitgeroepen en de koning het land verlaten had) werd blijkbaar geloofd door veel Walen, en ook CNBC zou het "nieuws" overgenomen hebben...

https://en.wikinews.org/w(...)ternation_in_Belgium
Er zijn ook nog veel mensen die in de platte aarde geloven ;)
Nep-nieuws is schering en inslag en inderdaad, er zijn nog zat die er in trappen.
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0s.gif Op zondag 4 december 2016 11:54 schreef Wantie het volgende:

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Dat is al aangegeven, anno 2016 verwacht men veel gedetailleerdere footage dan in 1969.
Ander mooi voorbeeld, in de jaren 60 zorgde het hoorspel 'War Of The World" voor massale paniek omdat men dacht dat er een echte invasie van marsmannetjes was.
Anno 2016 trapt men daar niet meer in.
Anno 2016 hebben we het internet en creeert de commune z'n eigen fake nieuws.
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1s.gif Op zondag 11 december 2016 15:14 schreef Beathoven het volgende:

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Anno 2016 hebben we het internet en creeert de commune z'n eigen fake nieuws.
Ja, en het wordt steeds gekker.
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Interessante vid over hoeveel apparatuur/equipment ze in de kleine command module hadden:


En hier heb je grappige commentaar over de originele vid:
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  zondag 11 december 2016 @ 18:26:52 #209
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0s.gif Op zondag 11 december 2016 18:04 schreef Tingo het volgende:
Interessante vid over hoeveel apparatuur/equipment ze in de kleine command module hadden:


En hier heb je grappige commentaar over de originele vid:
Ey, niet de Apollo computer dissen ja :D Dat was een prachtig stukje (soft en hardware) engineering.
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  zondag 11 december 2016 @ 22:45:28 #210
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Oh en over wat die video meld over de onmogelijkheid van een connectie door het hitteschild, dat is een stroman argument:

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0s.gif Op zondag 11 december 2016 13:12 schreef crystal_meth het volgende:

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Mwa, de uitzending "Bye Bye Belgium" van de RTBF (waarin Vlaanderen zogenaamd de onafhankelijkheid had uitgeroepen en de koning het land verlaten had) werd blijkbaar geloofd door veel Walen, en ook CNBC zou het "nieuws" overgenomen hebben...

https://en.wikinews.org/w(...)ternation_in_Belgium
dat is te mooi waar te zijn. En gros van de bevolking hoopte het, en dan is er dit nieuws
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0s.gif Op zondag 11 december 2016 00:58 schreef Wantie het volgende:

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nee, tijdsverspilling.
i smell poe.
denk dat je poo bedoelt
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0s.gif Op zondag 4 december 2016 11:54 schreef Wantie het volgende:

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Dat is al aangegeven, anno 2016 verwacht men veel gedetailleerdere footage dan in 1969.
Ander mooi voorbeeld, in de jaren 60 zorgde het hoorspel 'War Of The World" voor massale paniek omdat men dacht dat er een echte invasie van marsmannetjes was.
Anno 2016 trapt men daar niet meer in.
dat hoorspel was ~30 jaar eerder. voor wo2
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  maandag 12 december 2016 @ 09:58:30 #214
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1s.gif Op maandag 12 december 2016 08:01 schreef Lambiekje het volgende:

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denk dat je poo bedoelt
Nope, Poe.
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1s.gif Op maandag 12 december 2016 08:05 schreef Lambiekje het volgende:

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dat hoorspel was ~30 jaar eerder. voor wo2
Klopt, eerst was er het hoorspel:

For the 1968 remake, see The War of the Worlds (radio 1968).

The War of the Worlds

Orson Welles tells reporters that no one connected with the broadcast had any idea it would cause panic (October 31, 1938)

Radio drama, science fiction
Running time
60 minutes
Home station
CBS Radio

Starring
Orson Welles
Frank Readick
Kenny Delmar
Ray Collins

Written by
H.G. Wells (novel)

since October 30, 1938

"The War of the Worlds" is an episode of the American radio drama anthology series The Mercury Theatre on the Air. It was performed as a Halloween episode of the series on Sunday, October 30, 1938, and aired over the Columbia Broadcasting System radio network. Directed and narrated by actor and future filmmaker Orson Welles, the episode was an adaptation of H. G. Wells' novel The War of the Worlds (1898). It became famous for allegedly causing mass panic, although the reality of the panic is disputed as the program had relatively few listeners.[3]

The first two-thirds of the one-hour broadcast was presented as a series of simulated news bulletins, which suggested an actual alien invasion by Martians was currently in progress. The illusion of realism was furthered because the Mercury Theatre on the Air was a sustaining show without commercial interruptions, and the first break in the program came almost 30 minutes into the broadcast. Popular legend holds that some of the radio audience may have been listening to Edgar Bergen and tuned in to "The War of the Worlds" during a musical interlude, thereby missing the clear introduction that the show was a drama, but recent research suggests this only happened in rare instances.[4]:67–69

In the days following the adaptation, widespread outrage was expressed in the media. The program's news-bulletin format was described as deceptive by some newspapers and public figures, leading to an outcry against the perpetrators of the broadcast and calls for regulation by the Federal Communications Commission.[3] The episode secured Welles's fame as a dramatist.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_War_of_the_Worlds_(radio_drama)

in 1978 kwam Jeff Wayne met zijn musical
http://www.war-ofthe-worlds.co.uk/music_mars.htm

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0s.gif Op maandag 12 december 2016 10:13 schreef Lavenderr het volgende:

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Klopt, eerst was er het hoorspel:

For the 1968 remake, see The War of the Worlds (radio 1968).

The War of the Worlds

Orson Welles tells reporters that no one connected with the broadcast had any idea it would cause panic (October 31, 1938)

Radio drama, science fiction
Running time
60 minutes
Home station
CBS Radio

Starring
Orson Welles
Frank Readick
Kenny Delmar
Ray Collins

Written by
H.G. Wells (novel)

since October 30, 1938

"The War of the Worlds" is an episode of the American radio drama anthology series The Mercury Theatre on the Air. It was performed as a Halloween episode of the series on Sunday, October 30, 1938, and aired over the Columbia Broadcasting System radio network. Directed and narrated by actor and future filmmaker Orson Welles, the episode was an adaptation of H. G. Wells' novel The War of the Worlds (1898). It became famous for allegedly causing mass panic, although the reality of the panic is disputed as the program had relatively few listeners.[3]

The first two-thirds of the one-hour broadcast was presented as a series of simulated news bulletins, which suggested an actual alien invasion by Martians was currently in progress. The illusion of realism was furthered because the Mercury Theatre on the Air was a sustaining show without commercial interruptions, and the first break in the program came almost 30 minutes into the broadcast. Popular legend holds that some of the radio audience may have been listening to Edgar Bergen and tuned in to "The War of the Worlds" during a musical interlude, thereby missing the clear introduction that the show was a drama, but recent research suggests this only happened in rare instances.[4]:67–69

In the days following the adaptation, widespread outrage was expressed in the media. The program's news-bulletin format was described as deceptive by some newspapers and public figures, leading to an outcry against the perpetrators of the broadcast and calls for regulation by the Federal Communications Commission.[3] The episode secured Welles's fame as a dramatist.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_War_of_the_Worlds_(radio_drama)

in 1976 kwam Jeff Wayne met zijn musical
http://www.war-ofthe-worlds.co.uk/music_mars.htm
ook in 1968 werd niet altijd begrepen dat het een audiodrama was:

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Despite an exhaustive advertising campaign by WKBW for this show, several people were still convinced upon listening to it that the events unfolding in the show were genuine. Among those fooled included a local newspaper, several small-town police officers, and even the Canadian military, which dispatched troops to the Peace Bridge.
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0s.gif Op zondag 11 december 2016 22:45 schreef ATuin-hek het volgende:
Oh en over wat die video meld over de onmogelijkheid van een connectie door het hitteschild, dat is een stroman argument:

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De vid gaat meestal over hoeveel spullen ze zeggen dat ze in de CM (command module- de kleine cone ding) hebben gepast.
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0s.gif Op maandag 12 december 2016 10:13 schreef Lavenderr het volgende:

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Klopt, eerst was er het hoorspel:

For the 1968 remake, see The War of the Worlds (radio 1968).

The War of the Worlds

Orson Welles tells reporters that no one connected with the broadcast had any idea it would cause panic (October 31, 1938)

Radio drama, science fiction
Running time
60 minutes
Home station
CBS Radio

Starring
Orson Welles
Frank Readick
Kenny Delmar
Ray Collins

Written by
H.G. Wells (novel)

since October 30, 1938

"The War of the Worlds" is an episode of the American radio drama anthology series The Mercury Theatre on the Air. It was performed as a Halloween episode of the series on Sunday, October 30, 1938, and aired over the Columbia Broadcasting System radio network. Directed and narrated by actor and future filmmaker Orson Welles, the episode was an adaptation of H. G. Wells' novel The War of the Worlds (1898). It became famous for allegedly causing mass panic, although the reality of the panic is disputed as the program had relatively few listeners.[3]

The first two-thirds of the one-hour broadcast was presented as a series of simulated news bulletins, which suggested an actual alien invasion by Martians was currently in progress. The illusion of realism was furthered because the Mercury Theatre on the Air was a sustaining show without commercial interruptions, and the first break in the program came almost 30 minutes into the broadcast. Popular legend holds that some of the radio audience may have been listening to Edgar Bergen and tuned in to "The War of the Worlds" during a musical interlude, thereby missing the clear introduction that the show was a drama, but recent research suggests this only happened in rare instances.[4]:67–69

In the days following the adaptation, widespread outrage was expressed in the media. The program's news-bulletin format was described as deceptive by some newspapers and public figures, leading to an outcry against the perpetrators of the broadcast and calls for regulation by the Federal Communications Commission.[3] The episode secured Welles's fame as a dramatist.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_War_of_the_Worlds_(radio_drama)

in 1978 kwam Jeff Wayne met zijn musical
http://www.war-ofthe-worlds.co.uk/music_mars.htm
Off topic.
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0s.gif Op maandag 12 december 2016 13:01 schreef Tingo het volgende:

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Off topic.
:')
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  maandag 12 december 2016 @ 13:23:02 #221
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0s.gif Op maandag 12 december 2016 13:00 schreef Tingo het volgende:

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De vid gaat meestal over hoeveel spullen ze zeggen dat ze in de CM (command module- de kleine cone ding) hebben gepast.
Klopt. Zie je ook de fundamentele fout die ze in die redenatie maken?
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  maandag 12 december 2016 @ 13:23:50 #222
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0s.gif Op maandag 12 december 2016 10:41 schreef Wantie het volgende:

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ook in 1968 werd niet altijd begrepen dat het een audiodrama was:

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Ik zou zeggen dat de hedendaagse westerse mens hier ook prima in kan trappen, gezien het vele neppe nieuws wat rond de presidentsverkiezingen in de VS rond ging.
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0s.gif Op maandag 12 december 2016 13:01 schreef Tingo het volgende:

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Off topic.
Nee hoor, Lambiekje postte hier iets over en het had wel degelijk betrekking op het onderwerp, dus niks of topics aan.
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0s.gif Op maandag 12 december 2016 13:23 schreef ATuin-hek het volgende:

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Ik zou zeggen dat de hedendaagse westerse mens hier ook prima in kan trappen, gezien het vele neppe nieuws wat rond de presidentsverkiezingen in de VS rond ging.
denk het ook.

Echter ondertussen is er er wel overtuigend holografische graphics
Dat zou wel heel vet zijn.
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  dinsdag 13 december 2016 @ 12:00:02 #225
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1s.gif Op dinsdag 13 december 2016 07:20 schreef Lambiekje het volgende:

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denk het ook.

Echter ondertussen is er er wel overtuigend holografische graphics
Dat zou wel heel vet zijn.
Ik zie ook wel opties voor een lander met zo'n 360 camera :) VR bril op en enjoy the view.
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