Hello all... yes, I went and did it. I used the word PROOF in a thread title. I am usually on board with those that speak ill of using the "P"
word, but in this case I think that it is justified. I have always found the arguments supporting the moon landing as a hoax to be interesting and
fascinating, especially the most recent one posted here on ATS regarding the space suit, found
To my point... I was watching the science channel last night, as I often do, and the show I was watching was about the moon and what Earth would be
like if there were no moon. The show explained the various theories as to how the moon came to be, and what effect the moon actually has on the
Earth. The show went on to explain how the moon is ever so slowly moving away from the Earth, and how one day that will have a catastrophic effect on
During their first moonwalk in July 1969, the Apollo 11 astronauts placed a retroreflector package, a complex mirror system, on the moon’s
surface. A laser beam directed from Earth at the retroreflector would bounce off of it and back to Earth. The 240,000-mile round trip takes about 2.5
These mirrors didn't get up there by themselves, and the fact that the University of Texas has been using them in their research further proves that
the mirrors actually do exist on the moon. One way that UT uses them is to measure how fast and how far the moon is moving away from the Earth.
• the moon is spiraling away from Earth at a rate of 3.8 centimeters a year because of the Earth’s ocean tides.
• the moon probably has a liquid core.
• the universal force of gravity is very stable. Newton’s gravitational constant G has changed less than one part in 100-billion since the
laser experiments began. Just because the Moon will no longer be a target, it doesn’t mean that the Laser Ranging Station is shutting down.
The UT research program has been ended, but since 1971 UT has been bouncing lasers off of the moon mirrors, and this is well documented.
Here is a link to a YouTube video
in case my embedding skills are lacking
Apollo 11 and the Texas laser rangers
What Neil and Buzz left on the moon