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Originally posted by Gibborium
reply to post by Vitruvian
Okay, I misunderstood which is soooo very easy to do when you can't actually speak with each other.
Looks like choos helped you with the problem. I use Opera as a browser. It has all the bells and whistles and is easy to update and maintain.
Irwin also became the first person to quote from the Bible while on the moon, Psalm 121:1: "I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help." Source voices.yahoo.com...
"It's a program of going into primarily high schools," Irwin explained. "Sometimes we do programs in universities, sometimes the junior high level, to encourage young people, motivate them, try to inspire them. I just share how God worked in my life in the flight to the moon."
"How do you convince people, not that we went to the moon, but that Christ is very real and wants to change their lives?" Ibid.
Jim Irwin in the eighties enroute by "ambulance" at 3 M.P.H. (orbited Moon at 25,000 M.P.H.)
to the hospital in Turkey, after suffering a fall while searching for the remains of Noah's Ark on Mt. Ararat.
The man to the right of Irwin is Yocel Donmez who was Irwin's guide during his 5 ascents to the peak
of Mt. Ararat. Source www.femsinspace.com...
Irwin has led several expeditions to Turkey in search of Noah's Ark. According to the biblical Book of Genesis, after a great flood the boat carrying Noah, his family and animals of every kind came to rest on Mount Ararat.
Irwin took his last trip to the peak in eastern Turkey in 1987. However, after two heart attacks, heart arrest and two open-heart surgery operations, doctors ordered the frail, soft-spoken man to abandon the rugged search for what he said would be "the most important archaeological find in the history of man." Source By ROSEMARY SAWYER Stars and Stripes Published: October 23, 1989 www.stripes.com...
In addition, the mission was considered an "anomaly" since it was the first during any space mission distinguished by significant arrhythmias, more severe in Irwin's case with a brief loss of consciousness during an episode of bigeminy after return to the command module. 2. Johnston RS. Dietlein LF. Berry CA, eds. Biomedical Results of Apollo. Washington, DC: National Aeronautics and Space Administration: 1975: 227-264.573-579.581-592. NASA SP-368. Source www.femsinspace.com...
First he wants to sell me the moon, then he wants to sell me his God. Do I get a free Corvette?
Jim should have been searching for the 700+ boxes of Apollo telemetry tapes from Accession #A694099 that were confiscated & misplaced by the Apollo Perps. Instead ~ he rather goes to the golden mountains of Ararat five times to look for "the most important archaeological find in the history of man."
SayonaraJupiter.......My theory: A whistleblower could have added the extra mountain as a way to draw our attention to the contents of SP-368 "Bio-medical results of Apollo" because the contents of SP-368 could be partially or totally made up. Your theory: I'd like to hear it.
Originally posted by choosreply to post by Vitruvian
there are wheel tracks its just on the other side so its hard to see. here are two photos from the opposite side:
Originally posted by denver22
reply to post by Vitruvian
"Weighing in at approximately 460 pounds (209 kg) (Earth weight) when deployed on the Moon, the LRV carried a total payload weight of about 1,080 pounds (490 kg), more than twice its own weight. This cargo included astronauts and their portable life support systems (about 800 pounds (363 kg)), 100 pounds (45 kg) of communications equipment, 120 pounds (54 kg) of scientific equipment and photographic gear, and 60 pounds (27 kg) of lunar samples."
Originally posted by SayonaraJupiter
The Return to Magic Mountain
Apollo 15's Magic Mountain, was an optical illusion. And it may be an attempt by whistleblowers to draw attention - not to the cover - but to the contents!
Originally posted by Vitruvian
I examined the image rather closely and noticed a marked absence of tire tracks in the immediate area of the LRV ???
But there might have been some further photo manipulation going on here, and its quite possible that it was 'lifted' into the overall scene via Photoshop in a similar manner as was the mountain"
Its also possible that the LRV has not been photoshopped, but shot in a studio setting with the LRV as a mockup and Irwin as an actor. In that case I might very strongly speculate here that if this entire episode was pulled off in a "studio setting" (as I believe it was) then they would have been very busy 'smooth raking' the soil after each "take" and its quite possible that they erred in not accounting for the tire tracks in this particular scene/shot.