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#61
++ [ originally posted by Sunshine ] ++
OK, you guys have killed me on this multiple light source thing :LOL: I surrender :p

But abt Gray's "dust" ..... i think that.......

yes, no atmosphere, but have you seen astronaugts in 0 gravity? They play with food and stuff pushing it and juggling with it around the shuttle.

So what i mean is that ..... yes, no atmosphere, but if you apply energy to an object... it WILL move. No??

So when the lunar module 'rocketed' off..... the 'expelling' force is pushing th dust away. It's forced engery..... nothing to do with no atmosphere.

Do you get what i mean?

Do i make sense??
Oops, I said it the wrong way around. There wasn't a crater when there should've been!

The Lander weighed 17 tons yet the astronauts feet seem to have made a bigger dent in the dust. The powerful booster rocket at the base of the Lunar Lander was fired to slow descent to the moons service. Yet it has left no traces of blasting on the dust underneath. It should have created a small crater, yet the booster looks like it's never been fired.

Consider this: the TV footage was hopeless. The world tuned in to watch what looked like two blurred white ghosts throw rocks and dust. Part of the reason for the low quality was that, strangely, NASA provided no direct link up.

By contrast, the still photos were stunning. Yet that's just the problem. The astronauts took thousands of pictures, each one perfectly exposed and sharply focused. Not one was badly composed or even blurred.

That's not all: The cameras had no white meters or view ponders. So the astronauts achieved this feat without being able to see what they were doing. There film stock was unaffected by the intense peaks and powerful cosmic radiation on the Moon, conditions that should have made it useless. They managed to adjust their cameras, change film and swap filters in pressurized suits. It should have been almost impossible with the gloves on their fingers.

The American flag and the words "United States" are always Brightly lit, even when everything around is in shadow. Not one still picture matches the film footage, yet NASA claims both were shot at the same time.

The questions don't stop there. Outer space is awash with deadly radiation that emanates from solar flares firing out from the sun. Standard astronauts orbiting earth in near space, like those who recently fixed the Hubble telescope, are protected by the earth's Van Allen belt. But the Moon is to 240,000 miles distant, way outside this safe band. And, during the Apollo flights, astronomical data shows there were no less than 1,485 such flares.

Theoretically, shielding at least two meters thick would be needed. Yet the walls of the Lunar Landers which took astronauts from the spaceship to the moons surface were, said NASA, about the thickness of heavy duty aluminum foil.

How could that stop this deadly radiation? And if the astronauts were protected by their space suits, why didn't rescue workers use such protective gear at the Chernobyl meltdown, which released only a fraction of the dose astronauts would encounter? Not one Apollo astronaut ever contracted cancer - not even the Apollo 16 crew who were on their way to the Moon when a big flare started. They should have been fried

Point-form oddities:

1. Apollo 14 astronaut Allen Shepard played golf on the Moon. In front of a worldwide TV audience, Mission Control teased him about slicing the ball to the right. Yet a slice is caused by uneven air flow over the ball. The Moon has no atmosphere and no air DAMMIT

2. A camera panned upwards to catch Apollo 16's Lunar Lander lifting off the Moon. Who did the filming?

3. One NASA picture from Apollo 11 is looking up at Neil Armstrong about to take his giant step for mankind. The photographer must have been lying on the planet surface. If Armstrong was the first man on the Moon, then who took the shot?

4. The pressure inside a space suit was greater than inside a football. The astronauts should have been puffed out like the Michelin Man, but were seen freely bending their joints.

5. Text from pictures in the article said that only two men walked on the Moon during the Apollo 12 mission. Yet the astronaut reflected in the visor has no camera. Who took the shot?

6. The flags shadow goes behind the rock so doesn't match the dark line in the foreground, which looks like a line cord. So the shadow to the lower right of the spaceman must be the flag. Where is his shadow?

7. How can the flag be brightly lit when its side is to the light? And where, in all of these shots, are the stars?
 

Zlatan

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Jun 9, 2003
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#63
++ [ originally posted by Kaliman ] ++
how about this one...

the vehicle and the space-guy should be dark (notice the shadows) But there's light on them... how is that possible??? Where's that coming from?
If you look at the reflection on the visor of the helmet you'll see a person and a light source there.
 

Zlatan

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Jun 9, 2003
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#64
And the flag shouldnt be limb sice its located on a solid frame :)

And NASA said the movement of the flag (it looks like the wind is blowing) is due to how the astronauts twisted the flag to get the pole to stay in the ground.
 

Anders

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Dec 13, 2002
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#65
++ [ originally posted by GOAT ] ++


If you look at the reflection on the visor of the helmet you'll see a person and a light source there.
No you don't. There's no light source! Only a guy in a white space-suit!!! ;)

And even if he had some light, how do you explain the light on the vehicle?

:p
 

Sivori

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Jul 17, 2002
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#66
What I want to know is; if NASA faked all these moonlandings, how did the Russians fake it? they haven't even been mentioned here.
 

Anders

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Dec 13, 2002
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#72
++ [ originally posted by GOAT ] ++
How can you not see a light behind the horizon in the guy's visor??? :undecide:
Coz there is none! It only looks like it, cuz of the shape of the visor...

Seriously dude... do you think they landed, travelled a few miles, put up some huge lamp, then went back and took some pics?
 

Anders

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Dec 13, 2002
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#74
Look, say you are right. But what's the light coming from behind then? It still doesn't make sense.

And no, my eyes are fine.
 
Jul 12, 2002
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#77
++ [ originally posted by Kaliman ] ++
No not really. Cuz when you cut out all the Lee Harvey Oswald crap... it's really dull. How the hell can anyone still believe that Oswald did it???? Nobody could have fired that many precision shots in such a short period of time. It would be impossible to do with the rifle Oswald had. And lets not forget that the shots came from multible angles, so unless he was superman, he didn't do it. You are right about one thing though... it was a conspiracy and it was carried out by the CIA.
You need to talk to Arlen Spectre my good man. He is the united States senator who developed the "one-bullet theory"...laughable stuff really. I thought that everyone knew is was a team of Greek special forces paid off through the French by the Russians...
 
Jul 12, 2002
5,666
#78
++ [ originally posted by Kaliman ] ++
Coz there is none! It only looks like it, cuz of the shape of the visor...

Seriously dude... do you think they landed, travelled a few miles, put up some huge lamp, then went back and took some pics?
A moon landing did take place, you can verify it for yourself. Go to your local observatory and ask them to show you the flag. It's there, you can see it from earth with the right telescope if you look at the right time. There's no faking that.
 

Anders

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Dec 13, 2002
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#79
++ [ originally posted by Rickenbacker2 ] ++


A moon landing did take place, you can verify it for yourself. Go to your local observatory and ask them to show you the flag. It's there, you can see it from earth with the right telescope if you look at the right time. There's no faking that.
Say what? Have you seen that???

Could you please explain why there's a growing nr of americans who thinks it's fake? Why are all these documentarys made? When you ask NASA to prove it, why don't they just say "look at the moon and you will see"
 

Anders

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Dec 13, 2002
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#80
lol... there's also a theory about alien activity. They did land, but discovered some sort of alien activity - which is kept secret. Then to show us something, they made the fake footage in the Nevada desert... and so on ... bla bla.
 

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