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Thread started 10/23/17 8:48am

Graycap23

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Nasa admits we never went to the moon.

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Reply #1 posted 10/23/17 10:07am

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Not according to this guy, and he made some very valid points about the photos taken on the moon

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Reply #2 posted 10/23/17 11:24am

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Um...this is not even debatable, outside of there's a whole lot of people that think a whole lot of energy, money and time is being spent to lie about the world and human capability. So be it, it's not the tribe I wish to join.

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Reply #3 posted 10/23/17 11:32am

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We even have moon rocks.

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Reply #4 posted 10/27/17 11:19am

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Of course they were on moon, 50 years ago, it is stupid to talk about that.

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Reply #5 posted 10/27/17 12:45pm

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What's life without conspiracy theories? razz lol

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Reply #6 posted 10/27/17 12:57pm

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purplethunder3121 said:

What's life without conspiracy theories? razz lol

Utopia

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Reply #7 posted 10/27/17 2:11pm

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lol b
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Reply #8 posted 10/29/17 6:49am

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You could not be more wrong.

SIDE NOTE: I just watched the International Space Station fly over my house. Do you believe me?

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Reply #9 posted 10/29/17 10:21am

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I watched the video. Thank God it was only 9 minutes long. That was enough stupidity; any more would have melted my brain.

I feel so sorry for the narrator. He SEEMS like a good guy. He doesn't come off as someone completely detached from reality. He's just one of the current breed of gullible people who, in this age of you-can-find-everything-on-the-internet, is just too damn lazy to actually investigate the poppycock people feed him.

Every single thing in his video has been debunked with actual science or, in many cases, actually listening to what people were saying (how the narrator misconstrued Don Petit's words is truly mind-boggling). Every. Single. Thing. And with science that it's not hard to find. Maybe Graycap or someone can tell us why oh why are these conspiracy advocates so freaking lazy? A simple Google search would have answered everything this guy was worried about. A trip to the science department of any college - heck, any HIGH SCHOOL - would have given this guy direct, in-the-flesh proof that everything he'd been told about this alleged "moon hoax" was nothing but empty tripe.

Graycap, why don't these people ever research this stuff before making fools of themselves? I am truly curious.

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Reply #10 posted 10/29/17 10:41am

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On another note, here is a link I highly recommend. It's NASA's Spot The Station feature. All you do is plug in your location and email address, and you get emails alerting you whenever the ISS will be flying over. Generally, the ISS will be visible over your area 3 or 4 days a month. In Houston, it's visible right at sunrise right now. I went outside at 6:52 AM and watched it fly over for six minutes. It was going N-NE so it was flying right into our sunrise. It was absolutely incredible.

I promise you that if the ISS flies over your area during regular nighttime hours, and you're out and about, if you tell everyone around you to look up and see a space station flying overhead, you will get a crowd in nothing flat!

Here's the link: https://spotthestation.nasa.gov/

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Reply #11 posted 10/29/17 12:21pm

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im surprized the government doesnt fake an alien invasion and give us something to believe in

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Reply #12 posted 10/29/17 2:30pm

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Nonsense.

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Reply #13 posted 10/29/17 2:45pm

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luvsexy4all said:

im surprized the government doesnt fake an alien invasion and give us something to believe in




Seriously. If they're going to spend all this money, time and energy faking stuff might as well go big, that'll have us wrapped around their finger for centuries.
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Reply #14 posted 10/29/17 3:18pm

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morningsong said:

luvsexy4all said:

im surprized the government doesnt fake an alien invasion and give us something to believe in

Seriously. If they're going to spend all this money, time and energy faking stuff might as well go big, that'll have us wrapped around their finger for centuries.



All I can say is - you want to be on my good side when we.....errrr, they start selecting the sex slaves.


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Reply #15 posted 10/29/17 4:56pm

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morningsong said:

luvsexy4all said:

im surprized the government doesnt fake an alien invasion and give us something to believe in

Seriously. If they're going to spend all this money, time and energy faking stuff might as well go big, that'll have us wrapped around their finger for centuries.

lol...the U.S. has been faking democracy for 500 years.

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Reply #16 posted 10/29/17 5:02pm

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America never was a democracy... lol

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Reply #17 posted 10/30/17 5:38am

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RodeoSchro said:

On another note, here is a link I highly recommend. It's NASA's Spot The Station feature. All you do is plug in your location and email address, and you get emails alerting you whenever the ISS will be flying over. Generally, the ISS will be visible over your area 3 or 4 days a month. In Houston, it's visible right at sunrise right now. I went outside at 6:52 AM and watched it fly over for six minutes. It was going N-NE so it was flying right into our sunrise. It was absolutely incredible.

I promise you that if the ISS flies over your area during regular nighttime hours, and you're out and about, if you tell everyone around you to look up and see a space station flying overhead, you will get a crowd in nothing flat!

Here's the link: https://spotthestation.nasa.gov/

Do you need a telescope to see it, or binoculars, or can you see it with your eyes?

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Reply #18 posted 10/30/17 6:43am

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KoolEaze said:

RodeoSchro said:

On another note, here is a link I highly recommend. It's NASA's Spot The Station feature. All you do is plug in your location and email address, and you get emails alerting you whenever the ISS will be flying over. Generally, the ISS will be visible over your area 3 or 4 days a month. In Houston, it's visible right at sunrise right now. I went outside at 6:52 AM and watched it fly over for six minutes. It was going N-NE so it was flying right into our sunrise. It was absolutely incredible.

I promise you that if the ISS flies over your area during regular nighttime hours, and you're out and about, if you tell everyone around you to look up and see a space station flying overhead, you will get a crowd in nothing flat!

Here's the link: https://spotthestation.nasa.gov/

Do you need a telescope to see it, or binoculars, or can you see it with your eyes?

I've seen it with my eyes.

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Reply #19 posted 10/30/17 9:06am

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KoolEaze said:

RodeoSchro said:

On another note, here is a link I highly recommend. It's NASA's Spot The Station feature. All you do is plug in your location and email address, and you get emails alerting you whenever the ISS will be flying over. Generally, the ISS will be visible over your area 3 or 4 days a month. In Houston, it's visible right at sunrise right now. I went outside at 6:52 AM and watched it fly over for six minutes. It was going N-NE so it was flying right into our sunrise. It was absolutely incredible.

I promise you that if the ISS flies over your area during regular nighttime hours, and you're out and about, if you tell everyone around you to look up and see a space station flying overhead, you will get a crowd in nothing flat!

Here's the link: https://spotthestation.nasa.gov/

Do you need a telescope to see it, or binoculars, or can you see it with your eyes?



You can see it with your own two eyes. It's a bright light, moving across the sky. No flashing lights on it. I didn't think of using binoculars yesterday - I wish I had. It was a perfectly clear night.

The ISS moves pretty fast and depending on the trajectory, you'll be able to see it anywhere from 1 minute to 6 minutes. I don't know if you can track something like that with a telescope but I'm sure you could with binoculars.

Amazingly, people who believe in UFOS and say we never went to the moon, or to outer space at all, never ever call to report a UFO when the ISS flies over. Weird. You'd think there would be non-stop UFO calls from all over the world pretty much non-stop from these reality-lacking people but there aren't.

So on the one hand, they deny any and all space flight but on the other hand, they accept that a spaceship flies over them every night.

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Reply #20 posted 10/30/17 9:24am

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RodeoSchro said:

KoolEaze said:

Do you need a telescope to see it, or binoculars, or can you see it with your eyes?



You can see it with your own two eyes. It's a bright light, moving across the sky. No flashing lights on it. I didn't think of using binoculars yesterday - I wish I had. It was a perfectly clear night.

The ISS moves pretty fast and depending on the trajectory, you'll be able to see it anywhere from 1 minute to 6 minutes. I don't know if you can track something like that with a telescope but I'm sure you could with binoculars.

Amazingly, people who believe in UFOS and say we never went to the moon, or to outer space at all, never ever call to report a UFO when the ISS flies over. Weird. You'd think there would be non-stop UFO calls from all over the world pretty much non-stop from these reality-lacking people but there aren't.

So on the one hand, they deny any and all space flight but on the other hand, they accept that a spaceship flies over them every night.

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Reply #21 posted 10/30/17 9:48am

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RodeoSchro said:

KoolEaze said:

Do you need a telescope to see it, or binoculars, or can you see it with your eyes?



You can see it with your own two eyes. It's a bright light, moving across the sky. No flashing lights on it. I didn't think of using binoculars yesterday - I wish I had. It was a perfectly clear night.

The ISS moves pretty fast and depending on the trajectory, you'll be able to see it anywhere from 1 minute to 6 minutes. I don't know if you can track something like that with a telescope but I'm sure you could with binoculars.

Amazingly, people who believe in UFOS and say we never went to the moon, or to outer space at all, never ever call to report a UFO when the ISS flies over. Weird. You'd think there would be non-stop UFO calls from all over the world pretty much non-stop from these reality-lacking people but there aren't.

So on the one hand, they deny any and all space flight but on the other hand, they accept that a spaceship flies over them every night.




I've wondered that too. It's obviously not a meteor streaking the sky. There is moving across the sky at a steady pace.

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Reply #22 posted 11/06/17 5:21am

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This is beyond mere idiocy. Might I suggest that the OP moves to the David Icke forums, instead of subjecting us to a constant spray of utter shite?

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Reply #23 posted 11/06/17 6:32am

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Lol....there is more than one actual current Nasa employess admitting in this video that the technology for going to the Moon doesn't exist. Why don't u take your protest of the video to them.

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Reply #24 posted 11/06/17 10:15am

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LMFAO, I know people that have been to the moon. I know people that have been to the ISS. I know engineers and flight directors and countless others that worked on getting men to the moon. I've been to space shuttle launches as guests of the astronauts onboard. Next week, I'm going to pick up some jewelry that a buddy of mine flew up to the ISS. I've lived three miles from the Johnson Space Center for the past thirty years, and I've lived in the space community all my life. I can assure the entire world that there is no conspiracy to fool you. If there was, it would have been impossible to keep a secret around here.

You want me to take up my issues with them? Uh, I have. I know at least one person in that cockamammie video (not saying who but I bet you can guess). That person is as baffled as I am that anyone with a working brain could think we've never been to the moon. I think I'll trust the hundreds/thousands of people that I know who were/are personally involved in our space program, over some lunatic's ramblings on a YouTube video.

FYI - what the moonbat in the video takes as an "admission" that the technology doesn't exist is actually qualified engineers and astronauts saying "We used to have the gear we'd need to get to the moon but since we haven't had a manned lunar space program in four decades, none of that stuff is around any more".


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Reply #25 posted 11/06/17 11:11am

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You'd think the USSR and China would have easily exposed this scam decades ago if they never went to the moon.

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Reply #26 posted 11/06/17 12:12pm

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EvilAngel said:

You'd think the USSR and China would have easily exposed this scam decades ago if they never went to the moon.



Well, there's your problem! These moon-deniers either cannot or will not think. Strange, isn't it?

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Reply #27 posted 11/08/17 12:53am

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RodeoSchro said:

EvilAngel said:

You'd think the USSR and China would have easily exposed this scam decades ago if they never went to the moon.



Well, there's your problem! These moon-deniers either cannot or will not think. Strange, isn't it?

I have NO patience for NASA deniers. laser

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morningsong said:

Um...this is not even debatable, outside of there's a whole lot of people that think a whole lot of energy, money and time is being spent to lie about the world and human capability. So be it, it's not the tribe I wish to join.

It's intellectual rot and they are doing a huge amount of damage to the future of humanity.

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Reply #29 posted 11/08/17 1:22am

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heartbeatocean said:

morningsong said:

Um...this is not even debatable, outside of there's a whole lot of people that think a whole lot of energy, money and time is being spent to lie about the world and human capability. So be it, it's not the tribe I wish to join.

It's intellectual rot and they are doing a huge amount of damage to the future of humanity.



Definitely, in the context of the general theme of antiscience which is a strong feature of this, the Stupid Age.

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