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Originally posted by FreedomCommander
reply to post by blocula
I can tell you this, my good man, they did go to the moon, but get this, it's Earth like. Not Earth like as in green grass everywhere, but the atomosphere and the EMF/Gravity is the same. Except the atmosphere is a lot denser so outside objects have a tendency to burn up before the hit the surface of the moon.
You've mentioned a very important point,the space program,moon landings hoax that helped among other things,to divert the mainstreams attention away from horrors of the vietnam war and thats not often brought up and remember tptb back then and their hushed up terror bombing of laos,mai lai massacre and other such horrible events?
Originally posted by IkNOwSTuff
I think the moon landing was set up as a distraction from the Vietnam war, Look at the timing, very suss if you ask me.
I even got the impression the movie Apollo 13 hinted at the fact, moon landings had become run of the mill and the public was focused more on the war than the space program.
Along comes some major catastrophe that puts the Astronauts in danger and the war is quickly forgotten (at least for a few weeks)
Being honest I wouldnt be surprised by anything the people who run America lied about
[You've mentioned a very important point,the space program,moon landings hoax that helped among other things,to divert the mainstreams attention away from horrors of the vietnam war and thats not often brought up and remember tptb back then and their hushed up terror bombing of laos,mai lai massacre and other such horrible events?
Astronauts commonly wear a Liquid Cooling and Ventilation Garment in order to maintain a comfortable core body temperature during extra-vehicular activity (EVA). The LCVG accomplishes this task by circulating cool water through a network of flexible tubes in direct contact with the astronaut's skin. The water draws heat away from the body, resulting in a lower core temperature. The water then returns to the Primary Life Support System (PLSS), where it is cooled in a heat exchanger before being recirculated. In an independent space suit, the heat is ultimately transferred to a thin sheet of ice (formed by a separate feed water source). Due to the extremely low pressure in space, the heated ice sublimates directly to water vapor, which is then vented away from the suit. In a dependent space suit (such as the ones used in the Gemini program or within lunar orbit on the Apollo program), the heat is carried back to a host spacecraft through an umbilical connection, where it is ultimately radiated or sublimated via the spacecraft's own thermal control system.
Because the space environment is essentially a vacuum, heat cannot be lost through heat convection, and can only be directly dissipated through thermal radiation, a much slower process. Thus, even though the environment of space can be extremely cold, excessive heat build-up is inevitable. Without an LCVG, there would be no means by which to expel this heat, and it would affect not only EVA performance, but the health of the suit occupant as well. The LCVG used with the Apollo/Skylab A7L suit could remove heat at a rate of approximately 586 watts..
Here we go, the Americans come out trying to make this guy look like a fool for creating a thread that "might hurt their patriotism".
Well how many stupid threads ie, "The Bird is the Word", come out everyday and no one tries to make a fool out of them.
Originally posted by unsteadystate
reply to post by blocula
I am just going to go ahead and laugh out loud at such a ridiculous asertion. The enitre space program a hoax? Paid actors and actresses?
I am a little offended even at your stupidity, paying no respect at all for those who gave their lives in the name of the expansion of human knowledge. Your sir are an ignoramous.
Originally posted by blocula
Theres no atmosphere in space and theres no atmosphere on on the moon and the moon is close to the sun like we are and yet amazingly...
Originally posted by jra
Originally posted by blocula
The van allen belt that surrounds the earth has been described as being impenetrable by humans and man made machines because of very large amounts of very deadly radiation...
Who exactly describes them as being impenetrable? Dr. James Van Allen, the discoverer of the belts sure didn't, nor has any other scientists. So who makes that claim and where is the evidence?
Try going up far beyond the earths atmosphere and you'll be within temperatures that are -455 degrees below zero and you'll be instantly turned into frozen dust and nearly all molecular motion ceases at those kinds of extreme temperatues.Absolute zero is -459.67 degrees below zero...
There is this thing in the center of our solar system. It's a star, we call the "Sun". It warms up all the planets, moons, comets and other objects (like space ships and satellites) in our solar system. Obviously the further out you go, the less heat you'll absorb. But nothing freezes instantly like you're claiming.
You really have no idea how temperature (and a number of other things) work in space, even though others have explained to you already numerous times in another thread. You clearly wish to remain ignorant and that's just sad.edit on 28-3-2012 by jra because: (no reason given)
The average daytime temperature on the moon is around 243 fahrenheit and when the moon rotates away from the sun the nighttime temperature falls to an average of -243 fahrenheit below zero and thats a difference of 486 degrees...
The temperatures near the moons poles can fall as low as -387 fahrenheit beblow zero and thats only 72 degrees above absolute zero...
And there are craters that never receive any sunlight and their temperatures can be as low as -416 fahrenheit and thats only 43 degrees above absolute zero...
In other words,there never were any astronauts walking around on the moon,they would have burned and froze, especially with the technology of 43 years ago,which would'nt have allowed them and their spaceships to pass through the extreme radiation of the van allen belts either...edit on 28-3-2012 by blocula because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by paperface
I have thought this too.Only the moon astronaughts were not very good actors.Has anyone seen the press conference they did after the moon trip?
They look like they are shaking with rage about something.