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Originally posted by Overload
reply to post by Zelong
What is that I'm supposed to be looking at...(I'm not being sarcastic)
I have no idea....
Remember Charlies Duke's Dream? It is so strange I'm posting it...
Have you ever heard of the ASP?
The Defense Intelligence Agency had an Apollo Simulation Program also known as 'ASP' :
...Maybe he was remembering being on-set in his dream. If I was going to use astronauts to simulate moon landings, they'd be drugged, hynotised and programmed with a set of responses. They'd be lucky to remember the event, even in their dreams or through their paintings. If it was up to me, I wouldn't pick anyone to be an Lunar astronaut who couldn't be hypnotised or drugged. I'd probably pick dreamers too and I'd kill the astronauts who's loyalty I doubted in the slightest - Just like NASA is alleged to have done.
They are crap. Probably made as part of ASP (see my last post):
Originally posted by Exuberant1
Originally posted by paradiselost333
I mean NASA just took pictures of the landing sites!
Even the Rovers are clearly visible... Who can argue with an image like this:
I mean, what else could it be, right?
Just look at the albedo. Rocks don't usually reflect this much light.
[edit on 20-7-2009 by Exuberant1]
Since I believe we did land on the moon - please remind me which theory it is you are speaking of.
Thank you. You are the only one on this thread who actually figured out what I was doing. Everyone else just attacked and assumed that I was saying we never landed on the moon - even though they could find no quote where I made such a statement... anywhere on ATS...
Here is Kubrick showing how Spacewalks and zero-gravity in space can be perfectly recreated:
Here is is John Young and Charlie Duke in the simulator at Langley, showing us how easy it is to fake the landing portion of the Apollo Missions: