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Was the moon landing faked? Poll

 
BeSkeptical

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Take a look at these two consecutive NASA photos from a "moon landing."

[link to www.hq.nasa.gov (secure)]

[link to www.hq.nasa.gov (secure)]

The sun is clearly behind the astronaut, and his shadow therefore naturally falls forward (toward the photographer). But zoom in on the astronaut's visor, which is reflecting what is in front of him. You see:

- Another very powerful light source

- A person, apparently not wearing a space suit, in dark shadow (even though the sun ought to be shining directly on him)

- (in the second photo) A snowman-like figure, perhaps an empty space suit.

Difficult to explain.
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Neil Armstrong's widow says that we should wink at Neil and his "moon walk."

[link to cosmiclog.nbcnews.com]
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"...the next time you walk outside on a clear night and see the moon smiling down at you, think of Neil Armstrong and give him a wink."
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Explanation for non-Americans:

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Winking in Western culture can be used as a way of letting someone else know that the winker or some other person is joking or lying (e.g., a parent tells their child a story about a fairy princess, and then winks at the child's older sibling, the sibling thus knows the parent is lying to the younger child).
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The American author Norman Mailer had a degree in aeronautical engineering.

[link to www.britannica.com (secure)]

He was therefore assigned by Life magazine to write about the Apollo 11 "moon landing." He wrote:

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The event was so removed, however, so unreal, that no objective correlative existed to prove it had not been an event staged in a television studio—the greatest con of the century—and indeed a good mind, product of the iniquities, treacheries, gold, passions, invention, deception, and rich worldly stink of the Renaissance could hardly deny that the event if bogus was as great a creation in mass hoodwinking, deception, and legerdemain as the true ascent was in discipline and technology. Indeed, conceive of the genius of such a conspiracy. It would take criminals and confidence men mightier, more trustworthy and more resourceful than anything in this century or the ones before.
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NASA administrator Michael Griffin introduced Neil Armstrong as follows:

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Neil is, if nothing else, an engineering test pilot, and in that milieu, is a test pilot's test pilot.
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Explanation for non-Americans:

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if nothing else idiom

Definition of if nothing else

— used to say that something is probably the only thing that is true, acceptable, desirable, or certain because there are no better/worse possibilities
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NASA has no official coordinates for where the "moon landings" occurred.

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Whithin nearly 2 years of searching the 'lost lunar landing sites' I could not get a satisfactory answer from any NASA site. When asked they didn't understand my 'problem' saying: "It's all described in this and that web-page" and so on. So I decided to collect all available 'official' NASA versions of landing coordinates and I found not less than 10 different main versions, 8 of them in NASA sites.
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