reply to post by mblahnikluver
I probably do not own none, but in regards to the moon, I came to the conclusion we aint never been.
Why would a person of any intelligence make such a ignorant statement?
1st> because I can
2nd. Without all the movie stuff, camera stuff, no wind stuff which I believe has some credibility: a few reasons for me to doubt are
* When I went to visit the space center I saw the capsule 3 grown men returned in. It is so small it had to be near impossible even getting into it,
much less riding the gazillon miles back to earth. I looked at this capsule for a while and asked myself a few illogical questions:
Q1: How the hell did they get in this thing and ride back?
Q2: How did they keep it oriented upon entry not to tumble like a meteor?
Q3: How did they get enough fuel and oxygen and water to go there and come back in this ford fiesta (no it is smaller than that)?
Q4: Would I let my worst enemy drive this thing downtown, much less to another planet and back?
Q4: Where did they hide the food and the waste products (Human form and trash)?
The point is the capsule looks way to small to allow 3 men to travel there and back in it. I am not saying you can not fit 50 men in a VW van, but it
sure as hell aint gonna be useful for anything.
That is one real tangible thing I saw, and I simply find it illogical that 3 men made that trip in that tiny spinning top.
Could I prove any of my thoughts? No. But common sense says if we were to go to the moon, we could have done a better job at designing a vehicle for a
human to travel in. (my opinion only).
The only other illogical observation I have made is if we went, with our advancing technology (space shuttle), why did we not go back? Seems if we did
it in the late 1960's, we could have started colonization in the 2000's.
Unless we never went to start with. (Oh I know there is this reason and that reason we did not go back, but my illogical opinion is BS.)
Whoops> I apologize, this is the We Did Go to the Moon Page, please disregard the previous statements.