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Originally posted by johnlear
I know how emotionally bound you are to your numbers and drawings and laws you assume to be inviolate.
When I say 'laws' what mean is "currently accepted scientific dogma" because it only represents what mainstream science thinks 'now'. Tomorrow they may think different.
I invite you to continue wallowing in your mainstream scientific dogma
Oh, by the way. The revolution period of Apollo around the moon was one hour. Please don't get that confused with NAZA's published data.
Originally posted by 2PacSade
This may be a dumb question so I apoligize in advance if it is so. . .
Couldn't the question whether or not an atmosphere exists on the Moon be detected during a solar eclipse? Isn't there some spectral analysis that could be performed to show what elements are present?
Originally posted by johnlear
Oh, by the way. The revolution period of Apollo around the moon was one hour. Please don't get that confused with NAZA's published data. Thanks.
Originally posted by dk3000
Sorry but its causes me pause as to whether a Jesuit priest would know anything abot this subject. What a crock!
Originally posted by jmilla
BS, I am in awe of your continued support of the Vatican and attacks on John Lear.
I suppose you believe aids and other viruses exist, yet they cant be seen by us very easily.
And as stated before, scientific "law" changes constantly.
It would be wise to take what Boscovich learned with a grain of salt.
Although he may have been a genius, his tools were not as advanced as ours
Even if it was, it has since completely changed in light of the new evidence of more than 10 dimensions, and up to 16, according to a theoretical physicist I know personally, as well as string theory, which completely turns the atomic world we know into something altogether different.
I dont necessarily believe John about many things, but he is not forcing you to believe him, and you sure as heck are having a hard time disproving him, in my opinion.
Originally posted by antar
reply to post by SkipShipman
Skip I admit I did not take time to read the entire thread before I made my post above, however it is apparent to me that you may be feeling a bit defensive on behalf of the Catholic Church? This thread in no way is out to "Smear" the Catholic faith or its Church fellowship. If you look deeply into the past history (Very interesting) of the Jesuits from the beginning to present, you will find that they are not the passive, benevolent bald headed monks you would think. They have shaped the world we live in and continue to play a major role in the direction our planet and all of its inhabitants move in. What the OP has brought forward is entirely plausible.
Originally posted by syrinx high priest
reply to post by johnlear
please state, in specific terms, the following about the atmosphere on the moon;
does this atmosphere currently exist ?
what gasses (by molar content/volume) compose the atmosphere ?
what is the density of the atmosphere ?
what is the temperature of the atmosphere ?
does it have 6 layers like Earths atmosphere ?
what is the maximum altitude of the atmosphere ?
which gravitational forces keep the atmosphere in place ?
by "breathable" do you mean specifically breathable to humans, or earth based life forms ?