Originally posted by VreemdeVlieendeVoorwep
reply to post by ignorant_ape
In that case mate, I do apologize.
Now, since you have seen it, and firmly belief that it is indeed "twaddle", might you possibly elaborate a little upon it? I bookmarked this to view later, but, if it is indeed BS, I do not want to waste my time.
Have you ever read their book ? They believe, say they believe anyway, that Apollo was connected to some alien nonsense. They claim, INCORRECTLY, that Apollo 13, if it went as scheduled and there were no "explosion", would have landed on the moon during the night, that is, in shadow, and I could go on, but I shan't, and people should not waste their precious time watching this BULL.
The Russians were doing the same "bad things" in space that the Americans were, weaponizing it, militarizing it. The Russians did not employ a bogus manned moon landing program cover as part of their nefarious activities, obviously did not have to.
Have you ever seen that movie ? Read that book ? So idiotic, beyond belief.
We know the Apollo 12 lightning strike was fake, 500,000 people there, no one "saw" it but a handful of NASA insiders, it was not videoed despite MANY cameras trained on where it was alleged to be. Not seen or videoed by pursuit craft even. Weather service reported no lightning.
I would say that is outstanding "evidence of absence" and constitutes proof of Apollo fraud.
Originally posted by DJW001
reply to post by decisively
Americans never landed men on the moon.
Prove it. Don't use the "you can't prove a negative" cop-out. You have made statements that can be proven both in principle and in practice.
Tucked away in the National Archives the speech written for Nixon for the historic lunar landing on July 20, 1969, but one he never hoped to read. It was a contingency speech, one Nixon would only read if tragedy struck the Apollo 11 mission and stranded commander Neil Armstrong and lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin on lunar surface forever while their crewmate Michael Collins circled the moon in the command module. The speech surfaced about 10 years ago, around the 30th anniversary of the first moon landing.?
In his 2001 book ?Almost History,? which chronicles backup plans, speeches and documents that were never needed, author Roger Bruns details the origins of the Apollo 11 failure speech. They can be traced to astronaut Frank Borman, who commanded the 1968 Apollo 8 mission around the moon, who recommended to Nixon speechwriter William Safire that it would be prudent to have a plan in case the Apollo 11 astronauts suffered a very public demise, Bruns explained. ?
According to the plan, Bruns added, Nixon would have called the wives of the Apollo 11 astronauts to express his condolences and then give the following speech:
"Fate has ordained that the men who went to the moon to explore in peace will stay on the moon to rest in peace. These brave men, Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin, know that there is no hope for their recovery. But they also know that there is hope for mankind in their sacrifice.
"These two men are laying down their lives in mankind's most noble goal: the search for truth and understanding. They will be mourned by their families and friends; they will be mourned by their nation; they will be mourned by the people of the world; they will be mourned by a Mother Earth that dared send two of her sons into the unknown.
"In their exploration, they stirred the people of the world to feel as one; in their sacrifice, they bind more tightly the brotherhood of man. In ancient days, men looked at stars and saw their heroes in the constellations. In modern times, we do much the same, but our heroes are epic men of flesh and blood.
"Others will follow, and surely find their way home. Man's search will not be denied. But these men were the first, and they will remain the foremost in our hearts.
"For every human being who looks up at the moon in the nights to come will know that there is some corner of another world that is forever mankind."