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Originally posted by tallpaul1984
On the one hand you have folks like on here who believe/investigate the possibility of strange happenings on the moon, and concider evidence of man landing on the moon to heavily support this topic. However, on the other hand i have read countless discussions about how we in fact have never landed on the moon, and proclame all of NASA's claims to this as being fake. There is strong opinion and evidance on both sides.
Originally posted by benevolent tyrant
Originally posted by Whisper67
According to Otto Binder*, who was a member of the NASA space team, when the moon-walkers, Aldrin and Armstrong were making their rounds some distance from the LEM, Armstrong clutched Aldrins’s arm excitedly and exclaimed:
[edit on 3/19/2009 by Whisper67]
*name made bold for emphasis
I have heard this story before. This leads me to believe that this entire episode is either a hoax or it is simply an elaboration of a true event that has picked up details in the retelling.
Nevertheless, seeing the name "Otto Binder" listed as a source for this account raised the red flags in my mind.
While this account is fascinating, I don't believe that I would tout this anecdote as incontrovertible evidence. It's just an interesting story as it stands -- a story with a number of undocumented keypoints presented as fact.
Originally posted by pieman
i find it strange that the "aliens" are always lit up like christmas trees in these encounters. it feels counter intuitive.
when we study wild life we use a hide to observe in as natural a setting as possible. why would aliens constantly advertise their presence by lighting their ships so garishly if their goal is observation?
great thread OP, interesting account, i look forward to the quotes.
Originally posted by Odessy
reply to post by Whisper67
I love this story, one of the classic moon base conspiracies.
I just wish we had something to go by to know that the transmission was real, like them admitting it now.
Well, Buzz does at least:
Too bad he mentions nothing about the saucers on the moon, only the one following him.
What did we see? We saw one of the four panels.