Originally posted by Badge01
Others show, to me, that you just haven't done any research.
For instance you're in here arguing these points, but have you looked at all the 'conspiracy vids' that are freely available on the 'Net?
I doubt it.
I haven't looked at all
of them, but I've watched a number of them. I've also read through plenty of sites that claim the landings were
So let me challenge you to go look at Google video and watch the vids I posted to JC.
Then come back if you have any more questions.
If and when I have the time, I might.
Maybe you think you don't need to view these 'nutty' videos and you can just go on your 'opinion'. Well, it's nice to have opinions, but
even better if they're informed.
I've read the claims by those who believe the landings are faked and I've done lots of research over a number of years. I'm not just simply stating
Why are you asking me to do your googling for you? You're not one of those people that just because they can't find the answer, make
something up that sounds right, are you?
What did I make up? All I did was ask. I did do some searching and looking around, but I didn't find anything. I assumed you knew more about it, thus
you could at least give me a start on where to find more information.
Did you know they lost the plans to the Saturn V? (yep, good old NASA, Land of the Lost).
Heh, speaking of not doing ones research. I hope you weren't just repeating what you saw on one of those vids
The plans are on microfilm at the Marshall Space Flight Center and in a few other places too I believe.
If someone told you the 'moon rocks' couldn't be faked, would you take that as gospel, or would you look into the characteristics that are
used to verify the 'moon rocks', look into CoC, look into the size of the sample of the moon rocks that are sent out.
I have indeed looked into the details of how the Moon rocks differ from Earth rocks and the types of tests they have done. Plus many geologists,
chemists and physicists from around the world have examined them and can confirm that they are not from this world. They show signs of having been
formed in low gravity, a lot more radiation exposure than Earth rocks, pitted with micro meteorites, completely devoid of any water. Things you won't
find on Earth rocks.
Did you know they only send out very tiny samples, less than the size of a bouillon cube?
I think the size of the samples vary, depending one what you intend to do with them, but they are pretty much considered priceless at the moment,
since they don't have a lot to go around and no way to get more right now.
Did you know that NASA has facilities that can precisely duplicate the conditions that exist on the moon, and had done some experiments to try
and duplicate the property of the rocks found on the moon?
Do you have a link that I could see? What conditions can they duplicate exactly? I've seen some articles recently talking about NASA trying to
simulate Lunar soil. But this is only to test equipment, it would not fool a scientist if they were to take a sample of it.
Did you know that the rocks found in Antarctica are similar to moon rocks, but with a couple notable exceptions?
Did you know that the Lunites found in Antarctica were found after the Apollo missions? And that they didn't know they were Lunites until they were
compared to the Apollo samples? And yes there are some difference between them. Most notably that they have signs of having entered through the
atmosphere also lots of weathering and other chemical interactions due to being on Earth for so long. They are fairly easy to tell apart.
So don't be one of those posters that hide behind expert opinion and just stand back and snipe at those who are trying to uncover potential
deception, while not doing the basic reading and viewing needed to intelligently articulate the discussion, m'kay?
Same to you.
EDIT to add more
You'll see the American Flag on the dark side of the LEM all light up like a Christmas Tree. How is that possible, given it should be in total
shadow? Maybe it was special 'glo-stick' flag material, eh?
The surrounding surface not in shadow will reflect light back onto the flag. And in regards to that particular photo, the sunlight is also shining
through the fabric.
[edit on 8-4-2007 by jra]