posted on Feb, 23 2014 @ 05:21 PM
reply to post by onebigmonkey
I didn't "waive" illegitimate evidence, I provided a fairly well put together video raising some important questions as to manipulation. Where do
you pompous windbags come up with your lines?
On the topic of feasibility of this fairy tail mission
To quote Dave McGowan:
Lynn Radcliffe, who managed the facility at White Sands that was specially constructed to test and develop the LEM’s rocket engines, describes the
technology required to land the lunar modules: “This was an unbelievable maneuver when you stop and think about it. You’re sitting on a column of
thrust, just hovering there, like a, a helicopter, and then as you let it go, the throttle, a little bit, you lower it just a few feet per second
until you make contact. All of this is an amazing set of requirements to put on anyone trying to design a rocket.”
Radcliffe is absolutely right; I did stop to think about it and it is unbelievable. Oh, and to leave barely a mark in the silty moon dust too.
The combined computer power at mission control was roughly that of a 2005 laptop computer, all those monitors were run on a single main frame. The LEM
had the computing power of a digital watch. It was an aluminum foil covered fantasy that went nowhere near the moon.