reply to post by -PLB-
Well he could at least have given it a tiny bit more thought. Example: the "footstep" theory. He compares the flagpole with his bed. He totally
neglects the leveraging effect of the flag pole. He also neglects the elastic attribute the soil on the moon may have. Instead he is jumping on a
I think there is more evidence suggesting there was air rather than other explanations, hence, when he ran by, the flag flew the opposite way, the
same exact effect you get here on earth..
That is not solid proof, but that is something which has the potential to spark a full investigation, and that full investigation will either add more
proof or the opposite.. If more proof comes to light, all the evidence is joined together, squeezed, forming solid proof..
That is science .. I suppose..