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How Can Lunar Dust Stick To Objects as Seen in Apollo If There is No Moisture?!?

 
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How Can Lunar Dust Stick To Objects as Seen in Apollo If There is No Moisture?!?
Before you brainwashed nasa fanbois and astropuppies cry "magnetism, or special very sharp particles" watch the vid, it answers your pathetic excuses.

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09/05/2020 10:33 AM
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Re: How Can Lunar Dust Stick To Objects as Seen in Apollo If There is No Moisture?!?
Don't need moisture. Static electricity and magnetism will do it. Think about the lint and stuff that sticks to your clothes in the winter from static electricity when the air is dry.
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09/05/2020 10:41 AM
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Re: How Can Lunar Dust Stick To Objects as Seen in Apollo If There is No Moisture?!?
Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
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Re: How Can Lunar Dust Stick To Objects as Seen in Apollo If There is No Moisture?!?
Static electricity is like magnets on steroids with dust.
"Everybody lies."
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Re: How Can Lunar Dust Stick To Objects as Seen in Apollo If There is No Moisture?!?
Don't need moisture. Static electricity and magnetism will do it. Think about the lint and stuff that sticks to your clothes in the winter from static electricity when the air is dry.
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Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


Already mentioned this claim is debunked in the vid, so watch the vid you degenerate brain dead zombies.

Since the dust particles and the material it sticks too are completely different materials, day light dissipates any charge immediately.
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Re: How Can Lunar Dust Stick To Objects as Seen in Apollo If There is No Moisture?!?
Before you brainwashed nasa fanbois and astropuppies cry "magnetism, or special very sharp particles" watch the vid, it answers your pathetic excuses.


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retards2
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Re: How Can Lunar Dust Stick To Objects as Seen in Apollo If There is No Moisture?!?
Don't need moisture. Static electricity and magnetism will do it. Think about the lint and stuff that sticks to your clothes in the winter from static electricity when the air is dry.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78448602


Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


Already mentioned this claim is debunked in the vid, so watch the vid you degenerate brain dead zombies.

Since the dust particles and the material it sticks too are completely different materials, day light dissipates any charge immediately.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79342483

You believe what you want, and I'll believe what I know as I've helped built two class1 cleanrooms. hf
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Re: How Can Lunar Dust Stick To Objects as Seen in Apollo If There is No Moisture?!?
Don't need moisture. Static electricity and magnetism will do it. Think about the lint and stuff that sticks to your clothes in the winter from static electricity when the air is dry.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78448602


Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


Already mentioned this claim is debunked in the vid, so watch the vid you degenerate brain dead zombies.

Since the dust particles and the material it sticks too are completely different materials, day light dissipates any charge immediately.
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I done seen it on the YouTube! It has to be true!


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Re: How Can Lunar Dust Stick To Objects as Seen in Apollo If There is No Moisture?!?
Don't need moisture. Static electricity and magnetism will do it. Think about the lint and stuff that sticks to your clothes in the winter from static electricity when the air is dry.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78448602


Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


Already mentioned this claim is debunked in the vid, so watch the vid you degenerate brain dead zombies.

Since the dust particles and the material it sticks too are completely different materials, day light dissipates any charge immediately.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79342483


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Re: How Can Lunar Dust Stick To Objects as Seen in Apollo If There is No Moisture?!?
Don't need moisture. Static electricity and magnetism will do it. Think about the lint and stuff that sticks to your clothes in the winter from static electricity when the air is dry.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78448602


Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


Already mentioned this claim is debunked in the vid, so watch the vid you degenerate brain dead zombies.

Since the dust particles and the material it sticks too are completely different materials, day light dissipates any charge immediately.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79342483

waitwhat :megabs: try an experiment yourself... take a balloon outside and it'll still build up a charge even in direct sunlight. hf
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Re: How Can Lunar Dust Stick To Objects as Seen in Apollo If There is No Moisture?!?
Don't need moisture. Static electricity and magnetism will do it. Think about the lint and stuff that sticks to your clothes in the winter from static electricity when the air is dry.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78448602


Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


Already mentioned this claim is debunked in the vid, so watch the vid you degenerate brain dead zombies.

Since the dust particles and the material it sticks too are completely different materials, day light dissipates any charge immediately.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79342483

waitwhat :megabs: try an experiment yourself... take a balloon outside and it'll still build up a charge even in direct sunlight. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


SPACE
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Watch video
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Re: How Can Lunar Dust Stick To Objects as Seen in Apollo If There is No Moisture?!?
Don't need moisture. Static electricity and magnetism will do it. Think about the lint and stuff that sticks to your clothes in the winter from static electricity when the air is dry.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78448602


Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


Static electricity, and why clean rooms use ionizers. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


Already mentioned this claim is debunked in the vid, so watch the vid you degenerate brain dead zombies.

Since the dust particles and the material it sticks too are completely different materials, day light dissipates any charge immediately.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79342483

waitwhat :megabs: try an experiment yourself... take a balloon outside and it'll still build up a charge even in direct sunlight. hf
 Quoting: Seeker of Truth


SPACE
Versus
Earth

Watch video
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77008585

Sorry, I'm not watching another moon hoax tard video. hf





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