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originally posted by: Shamrock6
a reply to: TheWhisper
More links to yourself. With articles you refuse to provide an actual translation for, rather than your own paraphrasing and summary.
Do you get dizzy with all the circles you run? This is like talking to a wall. Or a Dutch dike, perhaps.
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: TheWhisper
But no second source saying the queen received a rock from the astronauts.
No indication that the prince received anything any different that the 134 other countries did.
No reason why the museum would not display a large moon rock if the prince gave it to them.
No reason to claim that the Apollo 17 rock is not on display.
Nothing. Except a couple of newspaper articles about different things.
No. Nothing you have said has been substantiated.
All what you say is already debunked.
No. No clicks for you. You can keep posting your bits of bullcrap here. That's what Skunk Works is for.
Maybe that tiny Dutch website is a good start all you said here is already debunked on that website.
originally posted by: TheWhisper
originally posted by: onebigmonkey
Oh Adrian you really do need to stop pretending you can do research.
Your story about the so-called third moon rock is nonsense.
All you have found is a newspaper report about what analysis of the Apollo 11 samples show, and it mentions that the official sample given to Holland that was donated to a Dutch museum. The image it uses is a stock image of a lunar sample (some of which were quite big, despite what you claim). Why not translate all of the article for us if you think I am unfairly representing what it says?
This is not news - everyone knows this, and either you are incapable of understanding your own language or you are deliberately and dishonestly misinterpreting the newspaper report. The report, by the way, does not correct the claim that the lunar rocks were collected by Apollo 11. By your own standard this means that Apollo 11 landed on the moon.
Next you'll be telling us that they donated an Apollo 17 rock as well.
TW only rleases the information and when we tell you that more fake moon rocks are under investigation you will be shocked. This is not looking good for NASA.
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