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Originally posted by wbf850
reply to post by patternfinder
New hi-resolution photos NASA released this week from 12 miles above Moon.If you look close you can see Moon bugy,human footprints(trails),and liftoff platform left on Moon.Never been this clear.
Originally posted by patternfinder
Originally posted by PuterMan
reply to post by Frira
I am with you 100% on that. I remember the moon landings being on TV. I also remember IBM 360 computers and tray of punch cards. Unfortunately youngsters have absolutely no concept of what things were like then.
The IBM I worked on took up a complete floor of the building it was in, and yes it was programmed with punch cards. Try cracking that code when you have dropped the tray!! Graphics? - nope!
reply to post by patternfinder
Tell me. Were you even alive then?edit on 5/9/2011 by PuterMan because: (no reason given)
does it matter whether i was alive then? i'm alive now and i see no dust on the feet of the lunar landing along with no crater beneath it..in fact, it doesn't even look like anything was disturbed.....but, the astronots had mud all over their boots and were leaving foot prints which tells me that the substrate was loose enough to have blown all over the place even with a much smaller psi than the rocket was using to land with.....I will add that I have had plenty of experience in my life with which to gauge reality by.....and just because you remember some aspects of the mission fondly doesn't make it so......there are alot of government conspiracies that have happened where the general laymen that were involved had no clue as to what was really going on behind the scenes, then one day they are surprised as we are when the news gets leaked out and is all over the news......
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by LightSpeedDriver
I think you lost track of discussion about radiation. Please show me where I said electromagnetic radiation does not have a frequency. In fact, I think you'll find that I said that electromagnetic radiation of UV frequencies and higher is ionizing radiation.
Now please show me in that electromagnetic spectrum where the high energy particles I was talking about are.
Now please show me evidence that the Van Allen belts (which was the subject being discussed) have higher levels of electromagnetic radiation than anywhere else in space.
edit on 9/6/2011 by Phage because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by blah yada
While I believe that moon landings took place, I don't believe all if any of the footage was real , especially the first landing.
Think of it. They sent up national heroes,to the moon, the first time man had set foot on another planet so to speak.And they pulled it off, on live TV in 1969.Luckily, everything went just fine.But what a risk to take, our heroes could have died horribly before our very eyes.Aside from being a human diaster it would have been a political armageddon
Now think of the time,1969. Think Cold War and Space Race. Propaganda was everything, be it predicated on truth or falsehood. What good was it landing on the moon without strong visual proof to show the world?
I believe they embellished their accomplishments with falsified footage to garner public enthusiasm and political kudos.Pictures paint a thousand words and moving pictures paint an entire library. Without them the whole impact of the event would have been greatly lessened.I find it hard to believe they filmed a perfect virgin moonlanding on live TV when we can barely make a cellphone call today without a hitch.
"there are alot of government conspiracies that have happened where the general laymen that were involved had no clue as to what was really going on behind the scenes, then one day they are surprised as we are when the news gets leaked out and is all over the news"
Originally posted by Trelane
reply to post by Ex_CT2
There are high definition images of the landing areas, resolution is like 60cm or something close to that they are at:
The problem is the images are between 5 and 36gb to download. I've downloaded a few of the big onces but am completly unable to open them even with the correct software, guess my computer isnt good enough!