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Old 10-01-2008, 02:57 AM   #241
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Question: moon gravity being what it is, how come when speeded up the footage of moonwalking is just people running in Earth gravity?
It is only some footage that looks like that and it is because of Moon gravity being lower that it looks like that. The greater majority of the footage does not look like Earth gravity when sped up. Especially the times when you see an astronaut fall and flail his arms to try to catch his balance and break his fall. When sped up that looks silly as the movements are way too fast.
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Old 10-01-2008, 04:18 AM   #242
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In either case, does it REALLY matter?
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Old 10-01-2008, 09:21 AM   #243
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Good question phreedom but I would suggest that if it didn't happen, and there was a cover-up, and that cover-up extended outside of the machinations of NASA and into the government, then this is something that WOULD matter.
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Old 10-01-2008, 10:09 AM   #244
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Default Moon landing.

I don't really care if the LM landed on the moon or not. It's not the place I would like to visit anyway, one it's to far, two, I don't like flying and three can't go window shopping.
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Old 10-01-2008, 11:47 PM   #245
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Good question phreedom but I would suggest that if it didn't happen, and there was a cover-up, and that cover-up extended outside of the machinations of NASA and into the government, then this is something that WOULD matter.

It would have to go into govt for the cover-up to work. The Russians would have to be in on it too because they certainly had the means of verifieing Apollo if they were suspicious. This may seem like a conflict-of-interests, but it's not as I've explain above.
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Old 10-01-2008, 11:51 PM   #246
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Ok so that means that the craft was two sizes bigger before it left earth. So why didnt the LM just float in space when landing. Or did the LM have a kind of roof rack?
It was collapsible and could be stowed in an exterior hold on the LM's hull. A bit like one of those bikes that fold up and can fit in the boot of your car. Whoever handled the production design for Apollo had to make the moon landings moderately believable and if they hadn't come up with a fairly credible explanation for how the rover would have got to the moon then even the enraptured public of the 1960's would have picked up on it.
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Quote " OK one thing at a time if they didn't go to the Moon where did the Moon rock come from?" Unquote

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Old 11-01-2008, 12:27 AM   #248
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PS: One thing has always intrigued me: if the ML was hoaxed, then how would they have been able to ensure the 'astronaut's' silence all these years?

Going back to what someone mentioned earlier about our lack of 'progress' in space, I see it from a much higher perspective: there is simply a higher intelligence out there which has ensured that we - in our current state of evolution (ie,definately NOT harmless) are going absolutely NOWHERE until we get our collective act together.
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PS: One thing has always intrigued me: if the ML was hoaxed, then how would they have been able to ensure the 'astronaut's' silence all these years?

Going back to what someone mentioned earlier about our lack of 'progress' in space, I see it from a much higher perspective: there is simply a higher intelligence out there which has ensured that we - in our current state of evolution (ie,definately NOT harmless) are going absolutely NOWHERE until we get our collective act together.
So there!
I think that's very possible. Certainly some of the aliens regard us in that light and I don't blame them! David Percy says that's why so many spacrcraft have failed over the years. In fact all in all spacecraft have a less that 50% success rate. Luckily most are unmanned, but they still take up a lot of money and efffort.
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Old 11-01-2008, 12:57 AM   #250
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Was he the guy who perished with 2 others in that module?
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I think that's very possible. Certainly some of the aliens regard us in that light and I don't blame them! David Percy says that's why so many spacrcraft have failed over the years. In fact all in all spacecraft have a less that 50% success rate. Luckily most are unmanned, but they still take up a lot of money and efffort.
Yep, I had the strangest feeling all those years ago ('86) when Challenger blew up just off the launch pad -the feeling was as if this was somehow designed to happen- just to keep our wings clipped -ie 'don't get too clever....' We glorified 'progress' at the expense of spirituality then & are still doing it now.
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Old 12-01-2008, 12:06 PM   #253
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Was he the guy who perished with 2 others in that module?
That's him. There was a terrible fire in the spacecraft during a routine test. This has never been subjected to a public enquiery and to this day the Apollo 1 CM remains under lock and key at a military base.
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Yep, I had the strangest feeling all those years ago ('86) when Challenger blew up just off the launch pad -the feeling was as if this was somehow designed to happen- just to keep our wings clipped -ie 'don't get too clever....' We glorified 'progress' at the expense of spirituality then & are still doing it now.
I don't know about Challenger, but there's no doubt alines have intervened in the space programme. They shot down a rocket bound for the moon with a nuclear warhead. NASA had planned to explode the bomb on the moon! This could mean that someone (or something) is living up there and was endangered by the bomb.
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I don't know about Challenger, but there's no doubt alines have intervened in the space programme. They shot down a rocket bound for the moon with a nuclear warhead. NASA had planned to explode the bomb on the moon! This could mean that someone (or something) is living up there and was endangered by the bomb.
do you have info/links on this?
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I don't know about Challenger, but there's no doubt alines have intervened in the space programme. They shot down a rocket bound for the moon with a nuclear warhead. NASA had planned to explode the bomb on the moon! This could mean that someone (or something) is living up there and was endangered by the bomb.

Why would NASA want to explode a bomb on the moon?
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Old 14-01-2008, 02:22 PM   #257
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do you have info/links on this?
It's on the Testimony DVD. See the third product down. The witness is a military photographer, but I can't remember his name.
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Why would NASA want to explode a bomb on the moon?

Good question.

I have no idea!

Maybe it was to show off our firepower to the aliens. Maybe it was to destroy or create an interdimensional portal.
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Good question.

I have no idea!

Maybe it was to show off our firepower to the aliens. Maybe it was to destroy or create an interdimensional portal.
Since the moon has little or no atmosphere, would it be possible to explode a nuclear bomb there?
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Since the moon has little or no atmosphere, would it be possible to explode a nuclear bomb there?
Definitely. A nuclear bomb usues a fission reaction within the particles of the explosive material inside it. What's outside it is irrelevant. It's not like burning coal or oil where an exterior oxygen source is needed.
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