posted on Oct, 15 2005 @ 05:14 AM
Originally posted by resistance
Come on, JRA. Remember Challenger? Remember Columbia? NASA testified in Congress and all kinds of stuff came out about how incompetent they
Yes NASA has made some mistakes and had some serious and costly accidents. No one is perfect.
Take a look at this pic at the bottom of the page on this link. THEN come back and tell me how swift and capable they are.
Are you talking about the two sunstruck photos? The fact that the guy claims to have found them on NASA's page should tell you something. That there
is nothing wrong with them, besides the fact that they are sunstruck. I've also seen dozens of sunstruck photos, not only from the Apollo missions,
but from every day photos that the average person takes. It doesn't happen often, but it can. It usually happened to the last few shots in the
magazine. Some light would leak in and expose onto the film if it wasn't wound all the way in properly. There are lots of photos with sunstrikes,
lensflares, over exposures etc.
If the guy who made this site couldn't even figure out what a sunstruck photo was. It has got to make you wonder how misinformed the rest of this
For God's sake, they are LOOKING FOR WATER ON THE MOON. They claim there's water there, and that they are going to use it to set up a moon
village. Ha! The only ones who think there's water on the moon are NASA and the space junkies who think there's life "out there" and will
believe anything NASA tells them. No serious scientist who knows anything about the moon would claim such nonsense. Do a Google search for moon,
water, and see what you find. There is no atmosphere to trap any water there, and it is very, very hot. Any moisture there might be would vaporize
and dissipate into space because there's not enough gravity to hold it to the moon.
Umm... you know they mean frozen water and not liquid water right? And yes they are looking, but I do not believe they have claimed to find any yet.
But they think there might
be some up there in the north and south polar regions. In craters where the sunlight never shines into (where it's
very cold). What's so unbelievable about that? But NASA hasn't claimed anything, they just think there could be some there and they're going to
take a look.
NASA has radio satellite dishes pointed out to space so they can make contact with the intelligent life they think is out there. So far
nobody's dialed in.
NASA has radio telescopes yes but it is SETI that borrows time on them to search for possible signals from other intelligent life forms. SETI is not
apart of NASA. Lots of science organizations, groups, and even education institutions borrow time on the equipment. Even Hubble gets used by many
differnt groups. You seem to be under the impression that it's NASA itself that does all these things.
Right now they're preparing another fake landing hoax. This time on Mars. They should be better at their hoaxing techniques this time than
they were with Apollo. After all, they've had almost 40 years to perfect their legerdemain craft of smoke and mirrors, they and their distinguished
gallery of astroNOTs on the web pictured so heroically holding their plastic model spaceships.