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The final verdict on NASA´s Apollo Missions: No. Here is why not and how they pulled it off

 
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11/07/2010 02:06 PM
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Re: The final verdict on NASA´s Apollo Missions: No. Here is why not and how they pulled it off
They tracked something to the moon. I believe it was the third stage /LM.


Wow, that is even better than ditching the LEM in the Pacific.

Excellent. That would explain the "tracking".


I also believe NASA attempted or accomplished an unmanned landing with the LM and collected samples.


I do not think that was neccessary because there is an abundance of Moon rock to be found on Antarctica.

Coincidentally, Werner Von Braun did head an expedition there shortly before Apollo. Were they collecting landing evidence?


What I do not believe is that any man has ever left Earth orbit to venture into interplanetary space.


Hear, hear.

+1


IDW (AC775814) has nothing to back up their claims. Hey Eden, you two have something in common.

HAHAHA

Seriously though... yes, we went to the Moon.


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Seriously though... no, you did not.
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11/07/2010 02:37 PM
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Re: The final verdict on NASA´s Apollo Missions: No. Here is why not and how they pulled it off
He had -- as have most scientists -- very little interest in trying to reach people who had made themselves unreachable through cultivation of a studied ignorance.
Chuckle. That is exactly what Van Allen must have thought as he contemplated 40 years of wasted effort on (alleged) manned space exploration, conducted by blind idiots who were unwilling to admit that they were much more interested in siphoning $billions from the public till than actually contributing to science.
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True.
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11/07/2010 02:40 PM
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Re: The final verdict on NASA´s Apollo Missions: No. Here is why not and how they pulled it off
Why is my cover-up scenario not possible?

Who cares IF IT IS POSSIBLE.

Little green aliens from Mars are POSSIBLE.

PROVE that it happened, or it is only conjecture or your opinion.

BTW, having an opinion or theory is perfectly fine. But don't jump to the conclusion that it is a fact. You have to prove it.


Not everything TRUE can be proven, and likewise not everything FALSE can be proven. Read up on Gödel's incompleteness theorems.

Heard Buzz Aldrin on agent provocateur' show say something strange; he falsely described the lunar tidal lock phenomenom, alluding to the moon having rotation.

Often people try the 'Oh, but we have laser reflective distancing equipment on the moon proves they went there'.
WEll no, my answer to this is 'we have sent and crashed spacecraft on the moon with the necessary equipment, it doesn't mean people had to be there'.
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Right.
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11/07/2010 02:45 PM
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Re: The final verdict on NASA´s Apollo Missions: No. Here is why not and how they pulled it off
good point OP

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11/07/2010 02:46 PM
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good point OP
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If you are an ignoramus, maybe...
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So Apollo 13 was a more elaborate script? Or what?
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Re: The final verdict on NASA´s Apollo Missions: No. Here is why not and how they pulled it off
So Apollo 13 was a more elaborate script? Or what?
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