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Windows 7: Moon Hoax?

21 Jul 2009   #11
jimbo45

Linux CENTOS 7 / various Windows OS'es and servers
 
 

Hi all
We've had some "Moon Sandwiches" which really DOES prove that the moon is made up of Green Cheese and that Hollywood still rules the Appollo missions.

Seriously guys what a shame that even now after 40 years we still only have the "boring Dinosaur Technology" of the Space Shuttle - which hasn't had anything new in it since Concorde days.

We should at least have a settlement on Mars now -- had Earth worked together on these projects we could possibly have avoided wars like Vietnam, IRAQ, Afghanistan etc and Japan, India, China etc would aslo have become involved. We probably would have avoided the current recession as well and discovered more useful sources of Green Energy etc.

40 years wasted IMO -- at least they are thinking about reviving some of these programs -- Real jobs --better than pourin g Trillions into the Bankers greedy mits -- and just loook at the Bonuses Goldman Sachs are gettin g this year AFTER being rescued by US Federal Govt.

Cheers
jimbo
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21 Jul 2009   #12
Captain Frag

Windows 7 Build 7100
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jimbo45 View Post
Hi all
We've had some "Moon Sandwiches" which really DOES prove that the moon is made up of Green Cheese and that Hollywood still rules the Appollo missions.

Seriously guys what a shame that even now after 40 years we still only have the "boring Dinosaur Technology" of the Space Shuttle - which hasn't had anything new in it since Concorde days.

We should at least have a settlement on Mars now -- had Earth worked together on these projects we could possibly have avoided wars like Vietnam, IRAQ, Afghanistan etc and Japan, India, China etc would aslo have become involved. We probably would have avoided the current recession as well and discovered more useful sources of Green Energy etc.

40 years wasted IMO -- at least they are thinking about reviving some of these programs -- Real jobs --better than pourin g Trillions into the Bankers greedy mits -- and just loook at the Bonuses Goldman Sachs are gettin g this year AFTER being rescued by US Federal Govt.

Cheers
jimbo
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21 Jul 2009   #13
DJG

 

I wouldn't doubt at all that some PR genius at the time came up with doctored or fake images for the press because it looked more like what they wanted to show. But there's way too much real time, effort, budget and collateral evidence, including several missions, to make this a hoax. Anybody who has witnessed a Saturn 5 lift-off just knows .
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21 Jul 2009   #14
Dinesh

Windows® 8 Pro (64-bit)
 
 

This was all fake just to show that they are ahead of USSR in astronomy.
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21 Jul 2009   #15
windows7user

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

*sarcasm* Of course it's all a hoax. The pictures the astronauts took show that the Earth is round. Everyone knows the Earth is flat. *sarcasm*
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21 Jul 2009   #16
SquonkSC

Win7 Build 7600 x86
 
 

I never doubted the landing and still really don't, but this week was the anniversary week of the moon landing, and something odd struck me.

I watched some 4 hours of documentaries, and one piece of footage keeps puzzling me.

There is one film shot showing the lunar module leaving the moon.

The shot is taken from the moon. And more surprising is that the camera is tracking the takeoff and even zooming in.

What puzzles me is how the camera could move and zoom without anybody operating it?
Or did they have some kind of remote on the camera?
How could one operate the remote so perfectly keeping the module in perfect view and focus, while being ejected with incredible speed off the moon?

And would they have time for operating a camera while being busy ejecting of the moon?
If it wasn't manually done, was the camera preprogrammed?
There were no computers in those days small enough to fit in a camera, so how did that work?

That camera also would have had to have a broadcasting device.
How would the footage otherwise find it's way to earth?

That must have been one hell of a sophisticated camera.

I don't believe or don't want to believe the moon landing didn't happen.
I would be shocked because it is one of my earliest memories.
I was 3 yrs old, but I remember watching it with my family in front of the black and white tv.
I didn't understand then what I was watching, but I did remember it.

The moving and zooming camera is a mystery to me.

Maybe one of you could shed some light on it.

this is the link to the footage on youtube.

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOdzhQS_MMw"]YouTube - Last Humans on the Moon[/ame]

Greetz
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21 Jul 2009   #17
ciphernemo

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit RTM
 
 

Hahahaha! Thanks for the link and the laugh. I always enjoy reading conspiracy theories for the sheer entertainment value.

It's all too easy to fall into that trap of believing theories because one finds possible fault or unknowns in something presented to them by anyone with authority. The human mind loves to fill in the gaps and make conclusions by stringing together these 'unknowns' to prove/disprove something. However, it is much more amusing to see this happen to someone else.
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21 Jul 2009   #18
ciphernemo

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit RTM
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jimbo45 View Post
Seriously guys what a shame that even now after 40 years we still only have the "boring Dinosaur Technology" of the Space Shuttle - which hasn't had anything new in it since Concorde days.

We should at least have a settlement on Mars now (...)
Well, in fact we have a LOT of advancement in designs and testings since the old televised Shuttle launch days when a NASA launch was something the whole nation paused to watch.

Unfortunately it isn't a hot topic for the media and sees very little press coverage compared to sensationalistic headlines. But it's always a hot topic for me.

New NASA astronauts will never fly on shuttle - Space.com- msnbc.com
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21 Jul 2009   #19
fseal

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

Well the Japanese recently imaged sevveral apollo landing sites and have independant photographic evidence ot the activities.

APOLLO LANDING SITES IMAGED BY LRO! | Bad Astronomy | Discover Magazine

Of course NASA could have paid the Japanese billions of yen to fake the photos I guess! (The "great" thing about conspiracy is that you can say just about ANYTHING and there will be some % of the population that will think you are right.)
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21 Jul 2009   #20
SquonkSC

Win7 Build 7600 x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ciphernemo View Post
Hahahaha! Thanks for the link and the laugh. I always enjoy reading conspiracy theories for the sheer entertainment value.

It's all too easy to fall into that trap of believing theories because one finds possible fault or unknowns in something presented to them by anyone with authority. The human mind loves to fill in the gaps and make conclusions by stringing together these 'unknowns' to prove/disprove something. However, it is much more amusing to see this happen to someone else.
Hi ciphernemo,

I am not a believer in the conspiracy theory.

I just would like to know how they did the shot?

A from earth controlled camera would have a 3 second lag time. (time for the current image to travel to earth, and the time to send a control command back to the camera)

It would be hard to track anything with a 3 second lag.

I just find it remarkable.

If anyone can figure out how they did it. let me know.
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