posted on Nov, 28 2013 @ 07:40 AM
reply to post by SayonaraJupiter
1. Who took that photograph of Richard Nixon in your avatar?
If you don't have an answer to that question then you can sit back down.
Whenever the Defenders get into a bad spot they bring out the ad hominem attacks, the card stacking, the glittering generalities, give each other
stars, and congratulating themselves, relishing in their own ignorance of the 7362/Magazine Q dilemma.
Quite a few glittering generalities of your own there.WHo are you accusing of ad hominem attacks? Since when was it some sort of breach of forum
policy to award S&F to people with whom you agree? You have lots of your own - I guess this means that you are in a bit of a tight spot.
I'm truly sorry that your team does not know the name of the Apollo 12 astronaut who snapped the 7362 image from the pristine, clean command module
_ I was hoping that one of the big-brained Apollo Defenders in this thread would have some records to show who it was. Obviously, defenders
don't have those records or they would have posted the records and this question would have been answered.
It was one of three people either through one of the 3 clean CSM windows, or one of the LM windows. Prove it wasn't. You've already conceded that
the photo was taken in cislunar space on 15/11/69 at about 03:00 from the CSM because that's where think your stupid robot is. It's not such a big
stretch to imagine that the all powerful Nixon-Hughes alliance could have got people there instead of a much more expensive and much more complicated
robot is it?
In light of the fact that Apollo Defenders have been stumped on this question it automatically means that the Apollo Defense Team don't have ANY
records showing who took ANY of the Apollo 12 images in Magazine Q.
No. What has happened is that you have decided on a question that you know can't be answered and using that as a benchmark of proof, instead of
providing any kind of proof of your own. I have proven to you when and where the photogrpah was taken. So far you have been unable to prove that a
robot took the photograph, so I guess that means a robot didn't take it.
Try selling that to a jury of your peers, DJW, the assumptions you have made about 7362 and Magazine Q do NOT add up to a conclusion that Conrad, Bean
and Gordon were in cislunar space.
You have failed so far to prove that they weren't. You're acting as if this was the only visual evidence available when you know full well it
isn't. There are many other magazines that show astronauts on the moon walking around among craters that will not be imaged again until the LRO
started to orbit - no-one knew they were there. There are video images, TV broadcasts, and the hardware of Surveyor 3, not to mention the rock samples
the images of Earth, the transcripts and reports and so on and so on and so on. What have you got to support your hypothesis?
You use of that word is questionable
according to the way the defenders have squirmed on this question it can only mean one thing : that I am on the right track with my line of
It is not a line of questioning, it is empty rhetoric. You're like senator McCarthy continuing to bluster at the microphone long after he has been
made a fool of.
All you need is some proof. Just give me some proof.