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Simple Irrationalities Are The Best Way To Show The World Apollo Was Fake

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posted on May, 12 2012 @ 04:49 PM
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posted on May, 21 2012 @ 05:00 PM
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It is a first person account by one of the people that hunted for and found where the Eagle was parked. As you'll learn, the Eagle's landing site was not determined until 11 days after the landing and required according to NASA; analysis of 16 mm film, flight data and other photographic data.

The group that this man worked with though was the group more responsible than any other for finding the Eagle. If you really are interested in Apollo, read it with an open mind. By that I do not mean read it with a mind toward perhaps viewing Apollo as phony, but a mind toward perhaps considering the idea that you might be wrong about the radios.

It turns out that it is very hard to pinpoint something so far away, even with fancy 1960s vintage equipment.


But has been pointed out time and again on this and your other identical threads, it doesn't matter whether Mission Control knew exactly where the LM was, so long as the LM and CSM could acquire radar contact with each other... which they did.



posted on May, 30 2012 @ 11:05 PM
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This is a non sequitur

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Of course we know that that the moon only shows one face to us, and that the other side, the non earth facing lunar countenance, sees the sun every bit as much as the earth oriented side does.

Why are you even posting this stuff ?

With regard to an appreciation of solar system science fundamentals, our side, those emphasizing the truth of Apollo's rancid inauthenticity, is every bit as knowledgable, if not typically all the more so, as the side of those NASA goons that perpetrated this heinous and oh so unpatriotic embarrassment of a fraud, thank you very much.
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posted on May, 31 2012 @ 11:35 PM
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Before Jim Irwin was an Apollo astronaut he became a flight instructor. One day he was instructing a student to fly when the student crashed the plane into the ground. Jim Irwin's legs were so smashed that they could have been amputated. But Jim Irwin experienced a miraculous healing like so many other astronauts did, like Alan Shepard and Michael Collins, like Deke Slayton did.

And Jim Irwin also wrote this book.



posted on Jun, 1 2012 @ 12:33 AM
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abcnews.go.com...

there are some people in this world that are not like people who sit at home in bed or infront of the computer whining and complaining about how unfair life/government has been to them.

instead they make an effort to get things back to normal and are active about it. this guy was told by a doctor he would never walk again, paralyzed from the neck down a spinal cord fracture in 2 places.. today he can stand up without a walker..

so if we use the logic displayed in these threads..

either he was only pretending and is a perpertrator
or the doctor was lying and is a perpertrator



posted on Jun, 1 2012 @ 03:08 AM
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With regard to an appreciation of solar system science fundamentals, our side, those emphasizing the truth of Apollo's rancid inauthenticity, is every bit as knowledgable, if not typically all the more so, as the side of those NASA goons that perpetrated this heinous and oh so unpatriotic embarrassment of a fraud, thank you very much.


Then why did you confuse "far side"with "dark side?"



posted on Jun, 1 2012 @ 03:34 PM
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Originally posted by choos
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abcnews.go.com...


FYI. The article you posted contained no references to Apollo, NASA, astronauts, Jim Irwin or his broken, smashed legs.



posted on Jun, 1 2012 @ 03:39 PM
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Before Jim Irwin was an Apollo astronaut he became a flight instructor. One day he was instructing a student to fly when the student crashed the plane into the ground. Jim Irwin's legs were so smashed that they could have been amputated. But Jim Irwin experienced a miraculous healing like so many other astronauts did, like Alan Shepard and Michael Collins, like Deke Slayton did.


Your "point"??

My stepfather sufferred a serious leg injury, while on duty as a Police Officer, on a motorbike.

And HE recovered sufficiently to continue his career, AND to earn a Pilot License too.

So, what is your "point", again???



posted on Jun, 1 2012 @ 03:43 PM
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THIS is a great "first step" to understanding, and comprehension:


Of course we know that that the moon only shows one face to us, and that the other side, the non earth facing lunar countenance, sees the sun every bit as much as the earth oriented side does.


Nice to see this, and to see it understood.

NOW....IF only we could "work" on the rest of the technical details RE: Apollo??

THEN we'd be making some 'progress'.......



posted on Jun, 1 2012 @ 07:00 PM
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Welcome to the thread by the way, PluPerfect.

Does a man, with both of his legs badly smashed in a plane crash, after he has had time to recover, walk in a perfectly normal mode?

Or, is it more plausible, that, the man would walk with a distinctive gait, that of a man who had his crushed and broken legs saved from amputation?

Just wait until Dr. Decisively and his team of daring researchers gets a gander at this "Simple Irrationality"....



posted on Jun, 1 2012 @ 07:56 PM
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to be sure , the boys, and gal weren't aware of this one, we are indeed off and at it again.....



posted on Jun, 1 2012 @ 08:05 PM
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to be sure , the boys, and gal weren't aware of this one, we are indeed off and at it again.....


Don't drink and post... Fat Boy.
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posted on Jun, 1 2012 @ 11:08 PM
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Originally posted by SayonaraJupiter

Originally posted by choos
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abcnews.go.com...


FYI. The article you posted contained no references to Apollo, NASA, astronauts, Jim Irwin or his broken, smashed legs.


i know, but my point was, not everyone will sit and whine about how unfair or hard life has been to them. instead they do their best to get back up and start walking again, and this man done exactly that, instead of going to conspiracy forums whining about how the government does him bad or what not he actually makes an effort to recover. recovery is not an impossibility.

but i guess with regards to astronauts if they break a toe bone or any minor injury for that matter, they should be grounded permanently because there is simply no hope for recovery for astronauts.
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posted on Jun, 2 2012 @ 12:50 AM
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Originally posted by Aleister
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Well written thread, and good research and speculation. But no, it wasn't faked, at least that's my best guess. Too many people would have to be in on it, hundreds if not thousands, and the equipment on the moon - laser mirrors, etc. - well, you know the arguments. The people that believe it was faked are losing out on the "wow" factor of looking at the moon and knowing that people have walked upon it, and brought pieces of it back. How cool is all that!!!



When you seriously think about it , only a couple of dozen people needed to be in on it .
The launch was real , so count out anybody to do with the launch .
The return and splash down was real , so count out anybody involved with that .
The only people who had to be in on the fakery were the ones who knew that the apollo 11 crew circled the earth the whole time instead of going to the moon .

I wonder how many of those people are still alive ???

Just a thought

DP



posted on Jun, 2 2012 @ 02:05 AM
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Originally posted by choos

but i guess with regards to astronauts if they break a toe bone or any minor injury for that matter, they should be grounded permanently because there is simply no hope for recovery for astronauts.


So you believe in faith healing. That makes you in good company with Apollo 15's Jim Irwin. He also believes. The Apollo narrative is built up around unquestionable NASA data, photos, films, interviews, transcripts and personal testimonies. And a whole lot of faith in God & Country.




posted on Jun, 2 2012 @ 02:59 AM
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i never said faith healing.. nothing of the sort..

im saying being proactive, being in the right mindset.. you are never going to walk again if you just sit there whining about how unfair life is and how the government always short changes you.

if you make an effort to improve than theres a chance you will. but if you dont make an effort than its not likely you wont get better anytime soon..

how do you think collins was able to recover so quickly?? he wasnt sitting there whining to NASA that they are not fair, he made an effort to get better

this guy also didnt give up.. look at him now, from being paralyzed from the neck down to being able to stand without a walker.

not every one is pessimistic about life, wondering how tptb are trying to short change them.
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posted on Jun, 2 2012 @ 06:21 AM
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When you seriously think about it , only a couple of dozen people needed to be in on it .
The launch was real , so count out anybody to do with the launch .
The return and splash down was real , so count out anybody involved with that .
The only people who had to be in on the fakery were the ones who knew that the apollo 11 crew circled the earth the whole time instead of going to the moon .


How many people did it take to make a special effects heavy movie like 2001: A Space Odyssey?



posted on Jun, 2 2012 @ 02:59 PM
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What nonsense!!!


When you seriously think about it , only a couple of dozen people needed to be in on it .
The launch was real , so count out anybody to do with the launch .
The return and splash down was real , so count out anybody involved with that .
The only people who had to be in on the fakery were the ones who knew that the apollo 11 crew circled the earth the whole time instead of going to the moon .


The SAME people who monitored the launch., AND the re-entry, would NOT have been "fooled"!!

Apollo 11.....and Apollo 8, and Apollo 10, 12, 13, 14, 16 and 17....EACH of those missions were observed the spacecraft engine burns that sent them OUT of Low Earth Orbit, and performed the "Trans Lunar Injection" procedure.

Here:

Trans Lunar Injection

Visual confirmation of TLI burns, during Apollo missions:

Apollo Missions Tracked By Independent Parties


The Apollo 10 "Dress Rehearsal"

(Just Google, or otherwise Internet search for MORE proof.....)......



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 05:50 AM
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Oops! You seem to have lost track of all your threads again, decisively. Looks like you need to have some of your fellow doctors pick up the slack.



posted on Jun, 11 2012 @ 08:10 PM
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Well? No-one else there to carry on The Good Work?




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