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Originally posted by g146541
Bottom line folks, if we set foot on the moon 43 years ago, then why do we not have space colonies?
It is not because of the technology, we have had tech to grow plants in outer space and we know how to generate oxygen and we know how to build an airtight box, what more do you need that we cannot do?
Why have we not gone forth into the universe?
This "trustworthy" Gumment that won't let us know where bin laden was buried or details of the 911 false flag or many other conspiracy facts down through history due to national security...
This is just one reason why I question their trustworthiness.
How bout those hi res photos of our flags on the moon ehh?
Originally posted by humphreysjim
Originally posted by Samuelis
reply to post by humphreysjim
I wasn't talking about your avatar.
jokes aside. There's no harm in some nutty thinking at 2am in the morning. If I told friends and family about flat earth then I would obviously be a downer.
What if we are all downers built and powered by NASA in a plot to populate space with the downer gene.
Originally posted by SpittinTruth
What the heck are they going to learn from Mars that will help us on planet Earth? I fail to see the point in this mission, especially when our planet is in the shape it's in!
Originally posted by Samuelis
reply to post by g146541
At risk of going too far; has any of you guys considered that the earth might actually be flat? With an open mind it actually could be true? If you go past a certain height there is a massive LED screen. Our eyes give us the illusion of horizon curvature. Aeroplane windows are bent deliberatly. Moon landing never happened, NASA "accidentally" recorded over all of the original moon landing film. (the only copy)
The UN logo
Antarctica surrounds our whole planet. Sounds a bit nuts, but what if?
Too expensive and not practical technically until fairly recently.
I could be mistaken but didn't the Japanese [Or some other source] release some images of a Lunar landing site which were scoffed at by many here at ATS for varying personal reasons?
Originally posted by Junkheap
Originally posted by Komodo
and flying to Mars to see a lifeless plantet we could have looked at thru our telescopes/Hubble.....
is productive??? How.. ?
Because just maybe the probe is designed to do things that you can't do from a telescope?
Who is going to pay for a monbase/Colony?
Originally posted by r2d246
reply to post by crawdad1914
Ya but someone could be just pocketing the money and we get a good looking Hollywood robot prop and a few grainny photos for all that money.
Phobos-Grunt: Russia, launched Nov. 8, 2011 on a mission to the Mars moon Phobos. The robotic probe malfunctioned after launch and is currently stuck in Earth orbit. The $163 million Phobos-Grunt spacecraft's thrusters failed to fire in a maneuver that would have sent the spacecraft on to Mars. Engineers have about three days to figure out and fix the problem, according to Russian news reports.
Originally posted by Maxatoria
we've had proof for ages that theres life on mars and we've been there