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Originally posted by fixer1967
My watch has more computing power than the Apoll did and my cell phone (W408g) has more computing power than all the computers NASA had at the time and they did it with that level of tech and we have not gone back with all the tech we have now. Rovers on the moon? I would think the moon being close by they would have rovers all over the place. If for no other reason to test them before wasting the extra time and money sending them to places like Mars. The level of tech is what gets me the most about it all. Any less tech and the Apollo would have been powered by a stream engine.
considered a 'far out' discipline and certainly
lunar medicine was an idea for the comic
strip readers. This was all changed by the
December .Apollo 8 mission which makes
lunar medicine a reality of the present and
Originally posted by decisively
reply to post by dragonridr
Not sure what you are driving at here dragonridr, but I'll make one simple point again as regards Meniere's that i believe will well address your comment. Assume that William House fixes Shepard's bad ear 100%. No more problems. Let us say that it is perfect.
He can still develop disease in the other ear at any time. As such, any competent physician would not allow him to "go to the moon".
We have a very simple and elegant proof here of Apollo inauthenticity. I have never been engaged in debate by a physician or Apollo enthusiast of any other professional background, who has come remotely close to effectively countering this objection to Apollo's authenticity. Ditto for the bogus Borman Apollo 8 illness and the related subject of Apollo CM toilet logistics/hygiene generally.
Apollo is big time fraudulent and we all have to live with it. Best to come clean and move on. Telling important scientists that rocks were brought to them by moonwalkers is not only ludicrously unscientific, it poses a huge danger to our culture in a broad sense.
My role as a physician in the community is relevant to be sure. That said, the truth of my claims have nothing to do with said role. I could be a zoo keeper and these FACTS as regards Shepard's Meniere's "cure" and Borman's fraudulent illness would be TRUE nevertheless.
Find a doc friend and bring them on board choos. It would be quite and experience for you. Help you to really see Apollo well.
Originally posted by decisively
reply to post by choos
The problem is that the problem, the Meniere's symptoms, may reappear at any time and there is nothing short of a crystal ball that can help one figure out when a person, so afflicted as Shepard allegedly was, will experience a bout of vertigo due to disease having developed in his other, previously good ear.
You seem to believe that the surgery fixed both ears, which it did not. And you seem to believe the surgerized ear was fixed in some absolute sense, which there is no way of telling.edit on 4-5-2012 by decisively because: added "did"