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“There is nothing missing. The information on how to go there is available from the Apollo missions, the money is available from the governments of US, China, India, Japan and others, but no one is able to put men on the moon?”
It’s not “no one is able …” it is for what economic benefit would they do it? It is an incredibly expensive undertaking.
Proof, you want proof? How about doing some research across the globe with independant scientists then come back with you answer. Better yet, why don’t you get out your cell phone and call them right now? You’ll be using modern technology derived directly from the U.S. space program.
» Posted By ScottyBoy On July 8, 2009 @ 8:12 pm
Dear Mad-Hatter: God I would love to play you in a no-limit Texas Hold’em game. You can’t be for real.
» Posted By ScottyBoy On July 8, 2009 @ 7:30 pm
Funding was cut off during the inflation-driven recession of the early 70’s. If it’s expensive to build on Earth today what do you think it would cost up there? By the way, have you ever hear of the Outer Space Treaty of 1967?
» Posted By ScottyBoy On July 8, 2009 @ 6:50 pm
Ummm. With A $100 (US) camera attached to a laptop I can televise via internet with the entire world. No truck needed.
You seem to forget all the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo Earth-orbital missions that took place previous to the landings. They tested all of the in-space technology necessary to reach the moon. As a little boy you never appreciated the building block approach.
» Posted By ScottyBoy On July 8, 2009 @ 6:38 pm
OK, specifically, which U.S. astronauts were killed?
» Posted By ScottyBoy On July 8, 2009 @ 6:25 pm