posted on Sep, 29 2012 @ 07:44 PM
Originally posted by 1BornPatriot
only 4 words - Van Allan Radation Belts ...
What about them?
only 18 words - the apollo capsule - a - gyger counter and a chunk of DU says they didn't go to the moon.
DU as in depleted uranium? What does that have to do with Apollo?
on all apollo missions were to the part of the moon that faces earth.... go figure - going to places we can see ?
So that they could be in constant communication with Earth as well as send live video. You wouldn't be able to do that on the far side of the
(the reason I was given is so they could use the sun for power .... then I started looking for solar cells .... where are they ?
I believe the ALSEP's used solar power. However, that has nothing to do with being on the near side of the Moon. All sides of the Moon receive the
same amount of sunlight. Had they landed on the far side of the Moon, they would have done so during the Lunar morning (relative to the landing site),
just like all the other missions.
I was told - that they practiced ever mission 100's of times - so it was easy to make them think they went to the moon...
I don't understand how practicing could relate to tricking or fooling the astronauts.
in serveral shots of video of astronaughts falling appear they are on a teather ... were is the rigging for the teather at... ? on the moon
Good question. Where is all the rigging? Where is the tether for that matter? Perhaps falling in 1/6th gravity just looks different than it does in
not to mention the footage doctors and the rolling coke bottle...
Never seen a coke bottle in any photo or video.
humans appear to be very easy to fool...
Yeah some sure can be easy to fool. Even with all the evidence for the Apollo missions landing on the Moon. Bringing back 800lbs of Lunar rocks and
core samples, tens of thousands of photos and hours and hours of video and all the third party witnesses who tracked the missions by radio and
telescope. Some people are still able to be convinced it didn't happen, with no evidence to support their claims what so ever.