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Originally posted by jazzguy
an unmanned mission probably put the reflectors there. looking at the mountain of photographic #ups in every single picture they brought back really should tell you that the photos were faked. if they indeed really go to the moon, what we saw on tv was a lie. its also entirely possible that we did go to the moon but were unable to bring back pictures for some reason, prompting the fakery we saw.
Originally posted by Hijinx
I'm on the fence, the biggest question I have is why haven't we gone back?
Originally posted by Nightaudit
reply to post by VariableConstant
So you say that they did a mars rover style mission in which they placed the objects without the need of humans present? With computer and robotic technology of the 60`s?
Quite a mission. Forgive me for still choosing the official story because of the mountains of evidence surrounding it.
Ok. Now riddle me this. Why add this extra challenge in form of the reflectors? I mean why not just leave it away? Nobody asked about the reflectors back in the day, they took them with them because it was scientifically interesting.
Originally posted by manmental
And speaking of 'scientifically interesting', I am still baffled as to why NASA didn't want any photos of the stars while they were up there... would be easy to set up a camera on a tripod and do some long exposures. They'd look stunning... but not one in all those missions.
And despite being able to seemingly get man to the moon with a computer smaller in memory than your mobile phone with zero fatalities (after leaving earths atmosphere) on many very successful trips (greaty photos, great videos, pin point accurate return landings for the cameras etc) they haven't been able to do the same using modern technology... and they've lost many more lives with the shuttle. Just seems a bit odd.
Why is this important? It means we don't know th real story by any means about the reflector. Who put it there? Probably a robot, manned placement was not necessary. Why was it there? Probably for military purposes.