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I did not helped with the mission and I did not saw the "device", and I don't understand what made you think that I did, if you really thought that.
Sorry about that. I didn't realise that you had helped with the mission and seen the device that will just be more or less falling to the surface of the moon and throwing up a little bit of dust.
Maybe, it depends on your definition of "fun", what some people think is funny may be considered by other people as boring.
Aiming the 'rocket' (thats NASA term not mine) at the highest concentration of hydrogen at the south pole of the moon sounds like a whole lotta fun.
Originally posted by mars1
Just puts another nail in the gray dead moon theory most of that made no sense to me but im learning thanks for that.
Originally posted by drtrader
So we have these documents that transcribe the apollo missions. There is a relatively simple statistical technique that can identify fraud. All of the lines are time stamped to the second. If they are substantially forged or hand edited, the last digit(the one that represents seconds) in the time stamps is not random. This form of fraud detection is employed by the IRS and election monitors, you may have seen this analysis done on the iranian election returns, humans are awful at generating random numbers.
If someone is willing to sample about 2000 lines, simply by counting the frequency of the numbers appearing in the final digit of the time stamp, i'd be happy to run a test for significance. I won't make excuses, just admit im rather lazy when it comes to tedious things. If anyone wants to volunteer to collect the data set, u2u me and ill give more precise instructions for collection.
If the documents pass this test, it doesn't prove that they are real, the time stamps could have been kept and the dialogue could have been altered, among many other possibilities, but if it were to fail substantially, it would cast considerable doubt on the documents that give pause to even a contumacious conspiracy debunker.
Anyway, its not often that ATS forums conduct meaningful analysis on evidence, but these documents lend themselves to this type of analysis and we might catch the man with his pants down.
Originally posted by Donny 4 million
O. K. impact wizard. An explanation would be reasonable. Correct?
Tell us ----what is the friggin reason for all these impacts on a lunar environment, that we don't even understand.
It would be like detonating bombs at the bottom of the ocean to see what floats up.
Space science is such a fraud.
Originally posted by itstheendoftheworldaswekn
reply to post by ngchunter
quote "Could it be that this dogma is just anti-americanism sheathed in some kind of selective cosmic environmentalism? "
Its more to do with the fact America likes to blow things up.
Volcanic domes are rounded, steep-sided mounds built by lava too viscous to flow any great distance.
Three distinct landforms, built during successive periods of volcanic activity, have been named thé main cone, the old dome, and the young dome.
Subsequent eruptions built a volcanic dome within the crater, and the high rainfall of this area lead to substantial erosion of the poorly consolidated landslide material.
Originally posted by mars1
as for P20 i have no clue anybody know what it means.
Once the crew is in their desired orbit, several events happen in quick succession. Ground controllers update the LM computer with the latest values of the CSM's and LM's state vector. Next, the guidance platform is realigned to correct the minor misalignment brought on by the ascent burn. Once these tasks are completed, the LM begins its hunt for the CSM, using P20 (Rendezvous Navigation) to orient the rendezvous radar, point the face of the LM towards the CSM (so that its flashing beacon can be seen by the CMP though the sextant) and to begin taking marks on the angular position and range of the CSM. The rendezvous radar sends range and angular position information to the LM computer about once per minute, and the computer then uses this information to compute the relative positions and velocities of the two spacecraft.
Originally posted by krystalice
I'd like to state that I do believe in UFO - extra terrestrial phenomena and no offence to the original poster as to what I am about to say.
Having read the given script and several other scripts (not all though) I have concluded that such scripts given that are true of all the implication of alien presence on the moon would not be residing on an online NASA public general archives server. To conclude the statement, I believe the script implies nothing more than astronaut sarcasm and humour. So please don't let these scripts pull your leg with ease.
I support my claim primarily as follows:
1. NASA has never publicly admitted to alien presence on the moon
2. It is a well established and a regulated government agency, everything placed electronically by NASA is proof read many times over before it is provided to the general public as a freely classified document source.