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» Posted By Dude On January 2, 2012 @ 7:04 pm
You do realize that our technological advances started with NASA scientists then trickled down to the store shelves, and not the other way around? You make the 60s sound like the stone age…it was 40 years ago, not 400. If we weren’t able to send a radio signal to and from the moon I guarantee you we wouldn’t be able to argue over the Internet wirelessly by now.
» Posted By Dude On January 2, 2012 @ 6:48 pm
Watch the myth busters episode debunking the conspiracy and you will have your answer, except you will not believe it anyway since you would rather not. There is no telescope designed to see that much detail that closely so that answers that. The flag was not bought at sears, but nylon can withstand cold. The video clearly shows dust blowing from the lander. In a vacuum the dust acts differently.
» Posted By Dude On January 2, 2012 @ 6:35 pm
I am all done debating. You cannot prove a negative which is what you are trying to do. All the evidence is laid before you…and it is swept away. I find your logic silly and childish, and quite frankly lacking in common sense and intelligence. I wish you all well.
» Posted By Dude On December 16, 2011 @ 5:06 pm
You need to squint harder.
» Posted By Dude On December 16, 2011 @ 5:03 pm
It has been proven that a boot print can in fact be made in a vacuum with zero moisture. Period. You are incorrect and you have no proof otherwise. Just because you say something is true does not make it true.
» Posted By Dude On December 10, 2011 @ 4:00 pm
One question I have for you…what “proof” do you need? Would you believe photos of the lander or would you say they see fake,funded by government? Please explain what it would take to prove it and would you change your mind anyway?
» Posted By Dude On December 9, 2011 @ 1:06 am
NASA has shared its finding with the entire scientic community at large. The small minority of people who do not think we went are religious zealots or conspiracy theorists. Beyond that I don’t know of anyone who thinks NASA has kept any secrets. If we faked the first one why fake 11 more? Why is it the only ones who think it was faked are those like you, small voices from the shadows behind Internet chat rooms… I don’t know of one single accredited or well respected agency or person that thinks such nonsense. The technology at the time was light years ahead of a year prior, and from those missions we can thank advancements since. You keep asking for proof, yet in the face of the evidence and universal opinion the burden of proof lies with you to prove they didn’t go. You cannot, the science is there, the evidence is there, just because it does not jive with your religious belief does not make you point valid.
» Posted By Dude On December 9, 2011 @ 12:58 am
You got me.
» Posted By Dude On December 7, 2011 @ 10:08 pm
You are correct. If the pictures, videos, testimonies and collective knowledge we gained from going to the moon, if ALL that exists that deals with the moon missions are not enough, you clearly desire to believe we did not go and I cannot change that.
» Posted By Dude On December 7, 2011 @ 9:58 pm
Bush never asked to go back to the moon and NASA never said we couldn’t. We have been, we accomplished putting man there, and now we have the data we need to satisfy our questions. Further data is gathered more safely via probes and advances in technology. The part that amazes me is the statement ” you have no proof. ” Suddenly I realized what I’m dealing with, and I’m ashamed that I allowed myself to be dragged into your world. You go chant and be happy, we didn’t go to the moon if you say so. Science is silly, and never argue UFOs if the persons bumper sticker says I WANT TO BELIEVE.
» Posted By Dude On December 5, 2011 @ 3:48 pm
We went to the moon. Period.
Using the Hubble to view the landing site would be like using a pair of binoculars to see the hair on a moving fly a few feet away.
It’s fun to believe in conspiracy theories because it makes you feel like you are part of something bigger than the truth.
No matter what proof of the truth is presented, some people will not believe. Not ONE SINGLE person who thinks we didn’t go would change their minds under any circumstance.
If a group of scientists who think we didn’t go built a telescope/satellite specifically engineered to see the landing site, launched it, and got back clear photos of the landers, the cries of fraud would only triple.
Don’t waste time arguing with idiots here…they offer nothing to the scientific community or the population at large.
» Posted By dude On December 5, 2011 @ 4:20 am