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originally posted by: Petra137
Fact is NASA "if" it went to the moon would have certainly kept going and expanding with US and allied interest, when North American was founded did they stop sending ships?
Fact is NASA "if" it went to the moon they would have certainly kept going and expanding with US and allied interest, when North American was founded did they stop sending ships?.
originally posted by: Stupidsecrets
We didn't destroy anything. All the blueprints, specs, tech data we have all of it. I was looking at the Moon buggy technical manual not too long ago. It has every single detail in it and that's just the buggy.
originally posted by: Gothmog
a reply to: Petra137
As stated in numerous interviews, in what industry does technology get lost and forgotten?
Damn near every single tech company....
They COULD bring old tech back , but why ?
A blueprint and manual for a buggy is only proof that there was a working buggy.
Side note: My theory on the Moon Landing has changed somewhat. I do believe we went to the moon but Armstrong and co were not the ones to be first. I think they were staging maybe the first and second and it was a latter one who was actually the first. Both because of technology and the whole fact that Russia was at that point, winning the space race and with them looking to put man on the moon the US decided "America must be the best" and so set something up.
originally posted by: cooperton
Not what NASA says. Here is NASA saying "I'd go back to the moon in a nanosecond, the problem is we don't have that technology anymore... we used to but we destroyed that technology..."
According to Jim Oberg's slides in his link above:
originally posted by: firerescue
The success of Apollo 11 and subsequent flight caused Soviets to abandon manned attempts