posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 04:25 PM
Originally posted by MarioOnTheFly
I'm sorry man, but those are really laughable...from a point of offering them as proof of the event.
If I were to offer pics like these as evidence to some hard core debunker of conspiracy theories, this is what he would have said:
1. pics are too blurry to see anything of substance
2. dead pixels or lens flare/reflection, uneven ground, shadows (for the white rectangular part in the antares 3x enlarged pic)
3. probably a natural formation we still know nothing about (lines)
Now, I'm not saying they are, I'm simply saying, apply your critical thinking toward your case also. Demand what you demand from the conspiracy
theorists. Hard core, clear, undeniable, raw proof. These LRO pics are certainly not such proof. You come from a stand point of already "knowing"
and mentally accepting we went there, and it's easy for you to accept them, but would you accept them as proof If you never heard of a man going to
Would they convince you?
Yeah I'm aware that conspiracy believers won't accept these, but it's often said, 'why isn't there a photo of the landing sites'. Well, there is
one. That they don't choose to believe it is not my problem.
And it's more in combination with the other activity of the moon landings that is the proof to me. But I'm not emotionally invested in believing it
was all fake in the first place unlike they are, and that's the biggest block to any evidence.
Maybe when remote control probes are real cheap and a good quality live stream can be organised, that might convince. But you have to convince them at
every step of the way it's a real probe, actually happening, or they'll just say the live stream is faked.
They'll have to watch the rocket take off from earth, look at pictures taking a live picture of earth, which can be confirmed by cloud patterns and
current weather conditions, be sitting in on the mission every step of the way. It's a lot of trouble to go to just to cure someone's reality
Maybe there's some kind radio telescope capable of a spectropic analysis that can show the materials from the missions are on the moon? Maybe that's
a less troubling way of proving it.