posted on Sep, 25 2003 @ 05:27 PM
in reply to the original post:
I believe the landings are real. I don't think anything about them was faked at all.
I haven't see one photo that appears to have been doctered. You use the disappearing crosshairs as an example. The reason they disappear is because
of exposure and because of the colour "bleeding" over the crosshairs. the crosshairs were etched onto a plate and they are only about 0.004 inch
thick (0.1 mm). it doesn't take much at all for the light bleed over the crosshairs when exposed onto the film.
i have never seen a picture with a 3rd astronaut in a reflection. if you could find an example that would be nice.
could you also find some info where it says the US gov't or NASA has blocked all attempts to survey the moon? cause right now the ESA is sending a
probe to the moon. it sure doesn't seem like that supposed block is working to well. that and china plans to go there within this decade i
your argument about the radiation is very flawed. i am also assuming you mean the van allen belts and not the northern lights. firstly there are many
kinds of radiation. the kind of radiation where you would want thick lead and or concrete around you would be the gamma and x-ray radiation which
comes from nuclear blasts. and when people talk about radiation that is the first thing that comes to mind, but like i said before. there are many
differnt kinds of radiation. the type that is in the van alen belts is proton radiation. this stuff isn't as harmful as gamma or x-ray radiation.
protons can be blocked by a piece of wood or plastic.
here's a quote from Dr. Van Allen himself: "The recent Fox TV show, which I saw, is an ingenious and entertaining assemblage of nonsense. The claim
that radiation exposure during the Apollo missions would have been fatal to the astronauts is only one example of such nonsense." -- Dr. James Van
i really suggest you go to this site and read. all the information is layed out quite well and explained really good and it pretty much covers