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caniswalensis   posted:7/20/2009 11:28:47 AM  (Reply)
The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter recently obtained photos of the Apollo lunar landing sites. This should go a long way in putting the conspiracy theories to bed. http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/LRO/multimedia/lroimages/apollosites.html
jeff   posted:7/20/2009 4:36:47 PM  (Reply)

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caniswalensis  posted:7/20/2009 11:28:47 AM  (Reply)
The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter recently obtained photos of the Apollo lunar landing sites. This should go a long way in putting the conspiracy theories to bed. http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/LRO/multimedia/lroimages/apollosites.html
Nice! I love how NASA claims these photos were taken just for the 'thrill' of it, and not to prove to everyone they actually went to the moon. 'we are lying about why we took these photos...that prove we did not lie.'
caniswalensis   posted:7/20/2009 5:01:57 PM  (Reply)

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jeff  posted:7/20/2009 4:36:47 PM  (Reply)
Nice! I love how NASA claims these photos were taken just for the 'thrill' of it, and not to prove to everyone they actually went to the moon. 'we are lying about why we took these photos...that prove we did not lie.'
Jeff, That is a total mischaracterization of what is being said in the article. The statement you are deriding is:"The LROC team anxiously awaited each image," said LROC principal investigator Mark Robinson of Arizona State University. "We were very interested in getting our first peek at the lunar module descent stages just for the thrill -- and to see how well the cameras had come into focus. Indeed, the images are fantastic and so is the focus." The person being quoted is not speaking of the reason that NASA launched the LRO mission. He is making a statement about the personal feelings of those in the room at the time of receiving the transmitted photos. There is no lie there, and no reason to find anything untoward in this article. Among other things, the LRO's mission is general lunar mapping, looking for evidence of ice on the lunar surface & scouting landing sites for future manned moon missions. To imply that the only reason for the LRO mission is to take photos that prove we landed before is wrong.
jeff   posted:7/20/2009 5:14:14 PM  (Reply)

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caniswalensis  posted:7/20/2009 5:01:57 PM  (Reply)
Jeff, That is a total mischaracterization of what is being said in the article. The statement you are deriding is:"The LROC team anxiously awaited each image," said LROC principal investigator Mark Robinson of Arizona State University. "We were very interested in getting our first peek at the lunar module descent stages just for the thrill -- and to see how well the cameras had come into focus. Indeed, the images are fantastic and so is the focus." The person being quoted is not speaking of the reason that NASA launched the LRO mission. He is making a statement about the personal feelings of those in the room at the time of receiving the transmitted photos. There is no lie there, and no reason to find anything untoward in this article. Among other things, the LRO's mission is general lunar mapping, looking for evidence of ice on the lunar surface & scouting landing sites for future manned moon missions. To imply that the only reason for the LRO mission is to take photos that prove we landed before is wrong.
Well aren't we in a bad mood! I'm just playing with ya. I think it's great the photos were taken...and airbrushed. Hah.
caniswalensis   posted:7/20/2009 5:20:09 PM  (Reply)

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jeff  posted:7/20/2009 5:14:14 PM  (Reply)
Well aren't we in a bad mood! I'm just playing with ya. I think it's great the photos were taken...and airbrushed. Hah.
OH! LOL! (blush) Stop making fun of science!!! lol!
jeff   posted:7/20/2009 5:30:18 PM  (Reply)

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caniswalensis  posted:7/20/2009 5:20:09 PM  (Reply)
OH! LOL! (blush) Stop making fun of science!!! lol!
I apologize. We really did land on the moon. In fact, I was there. I saw it. It happened. Here is my own scientific photographic evidence that should finally put these silly conspiracies to rest:http://www.paranormalnews.com/images/nasatruth.jpg
caniswalensis   posted:7/20/2009 5:44:44 PM  (Reply)

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jeff  posted:7/20/2009 5:30:18 PM  (Reply)
I apologize. We really did land on the moon. In fact, I was there. I saw it. It happened. Here is my own scientific photographic evidence that should finally put these silly conspiracies to rest:http://www.paranormalnews.com/images/nasatruth.jpg
I thought that was you!! I hope ya brought us back some cheese! :-)
macros72   posted:9/6/2010 5:22:05 PM  (Reply)
My personal view on all this did they didnt they is this - they did indeed land but alot of it was covered up because they where determined to build some sort of base there.  I also believe that they went there earlier than is commonly known.  Some of the televised and photographic evidence looks false which was probably down to NASA wishing to display a more controlled and organised looking display of USA brilliance in space.
jasmi   posted:9/17/2010 2:44:54 AM  (Reply)
Maybe I am naive, but I believe we were actually on the moon.
jeff   posted:9/17/2010 4:51:10 AM  (Reply)
Here's a good read: www.jayweidner.com/AlchemicalKubrickIIa.htmlHow Stanley Kubrick Faked the Apollo Moon Landings: Or How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Lies.By Jay Weidner Makes ya wonder :)
Vedic Scientist   posted:9/24/2010 12:43:10 AM  (Reply)

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caniswalensis  posted:7/20/2009 5:44:44 PM  (Reply)
I thought that was you!! I hope ya brought us back some cheese! :-)
Hey I was there too.
eastghostcom   posted:9/25/2010 11:31:13 PM  (Reply)
 my god i thought everyone knew it was faked.  here's tons of evidence, collected, well written: http://davesweb.cnchost.com
jeff   posted:9/26/2010 2:19:00 AM  (Reply)

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eastghostcom  posted:9/25/2010 11:31:13 PM  (Reply)
 my god i thought everyone knew it was faked.  here's tons of evidence, collected, well written: http://davesweb.cnchost.com
I suppose it depends on who is included in the word 'everyone'. Canis believes nothing about it was faked...but I haven't seen him in awhile...
tapuout4985   posted:9/26/2010 2:33:15 PM  (Reply)
I don't believe the Moon landing is a hoax, but that doesn't mean that the video of it isn't.  The technology required to get there, land, and get back isn't all that complicated, but the technology to send a useful television signal 230,000 miles in the 60's is a different story.  I can see the video being faked just so the American people would have something decent to watch and feel all warm and fuzzy about.  This was the 60s during one of the high points of the Cold War and the morale of the American people was very important.  I also don't care if the government is building bases on the Moon or not.  If they are I would keep it a secret too, especially when it was at a time when the USSR would have loved to launch a nuke at something American made, and a target outside of Earth's atmosphere would have been perfect.  I'm looking for the article now, but I remember reading about Geroge W. Bush announcing that America owned the Moon and that anyone landing on it without US permission would e considered an invasion and a declaration of war.  This was allegedly in response to China announcing it wanted to do a mission to the Moon.  I didn't save it though, and I haven't done much research into that story to determine it's legitimacy.
jeff   posted:9/28/2010 5:05:11 PM  (Reply)
Had to share...
caniswalensis   posted:9/30/2010 11:43:24 AM  (Reply)

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Vedic Scientist  posted:9/24/2010 12:43:10 AM  (Reply)
Hey I was there too.
Great pic!Did Jeff take this? lol
caniswalensis   posted:9/30/2010 11:51:41 AM  (Reply)

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jeff  posted:9/26/2010 2:19:00 AM  (Reply)
I suppose it depends on who is included in the word 'everyone'. Canis believes nothing about it was faked...but I haven't seen him in awhile...
I have been gone a while.  it's good to knw you remember me, Jeff. :)
caniswalensis   posted:9/30/2010 12:59:35 PM  (Reply)

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eastghostcom  posted:9/25/2010 11:31:13 PM  (Reply)
 my god i thought everyone knew it was faked.  here's tons of evidence, collected, well written: http://davesweb.cnchost.com
The evidence for a hoax does seem very convincing on the surface. So convincing in fact that at one time I was seriously thinking we might not have gne to the moon myself. There are several books out there that are making the argument against the landing.  if you read only those books, it is easy tro believe we did not go.However, this is an intensely technical subject.  You can not really form an intelligent opinion from just listening to arguments from one side of the debate.  I had determined that what I had always accepted as unquestioned fact (the moon landing) may not have happened, so I set out to learn all I could about it..Space travel is a favorite subject of mine and so I cared enough about this issue to invest the time and try to discover the truth.  I began to read much deeper into the subject on a technical level.  What i found was that as I read and learned more about the diverse subjects and fields that touch on space travel and the moon landing was that the haox claims and assertions are based on an imperfect understanding of the science and technical details behind the subject. I estimate that i have over 200 hours of reading on the subject under my belt both pro & con, and I feel very confident when I say that the hoax claims are specious.  They seem very convincing if you accept them as presented at face value, but when you examine the science behind them, they have large holes in them and are easily dismissed.  On the other hand, the original claim that we went to the moon is supported by the science, and born out by the actual physical evidence.Regards, Canis
eastghostcom   posted:9/30/2010 1:54:01 PM  (Reply)
 Actually, all the moon rocks have gone missing or are proven Earthly themselves.  All of them.  There's a story that Werner von Braun (head of rocketry/NASA) had gone to Antarctica to collect strange and not widely seen rocks.  BBC recently reported the one given to England is actually from Earth.The "lander" is tin can thin, easily verified at the Air Space Museum in DC, ineffective shield astronauts from xrays.Deeper looks into the subject reveal the opposite of what's commonly claimed in sweeping dismissals...and that is that the moon landing we've seen, and everything about it, was 100% concocted, faked, a total and thorough put-on.  The link I gave summarizes much of the info and gives great starting points for further research.
tapuout4985   posted:9/30/2010 4:33:09 PM  (Reply)

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jeff  posted:9/28/2010 5:05:11 PM  (Reply)
Had to share...
I like this.  Where on Earth (or the Moon) did you find it   The best part is when the lighting fixture swings down and hits him.  Just epic!


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