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Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
MrGemini
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Post: #16
RE: Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
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Rothbard  Wrote: (11-25-2014 09:31 PM)
MrGemini  Wrote: (11-25-2014 09:22 PM)
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter photo of Apollo 17 landing site

[Image: 5474d68c59d3f.jpeg]

Wow! Spectacular photos that could never have been faked. I hope my sarcasm is evident.

Have you got evidence that suggests the image I posted was faked? (or is fake)
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Rothbard
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Post: #17
RE: Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
Check out the blast crater of a 10,000 lb thruster.

Still looking for it?

[Image: LunarLanderBlastCrater_zpsebece5dc.jpg]

Do you think that the Lunar Lander came down in a billowing cloud of dust caused by a 10,000 lb thruster, or was set down by a crane?

[Image: LunarLanderLegs_zpsbbf0b21c.jpg]

Notice the impossible angle variations in the shadows in the rocks.
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Post: #18
RE: Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
Rothbard  Wrote: (11-25-2014 09:31 PM)
MrGemini  Wrote: (11-25-2014 09:22 PM)
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter photo of Apollo 17 landing site

link to image: http://stashpit.com/upload/big/2014/11/2...59d3f.jpeg

Wow! Spectacular photos that could never have been faked. I hope my sarcasm is evident.

Those photos of AJ that you throw around in your intellectually dishonest zealotry... Those aren't easily faked? You don't even acknowledge when you are wrong. You just move on to the next made up #point.

So this photo is faked. But the photos you post aren't. Jptdknpa
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Post: #19
RE: Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
Finally, a picture of the stars. At least they got the model right.

[Image: Lunar_Lander_Model_zpsb4ba7a2d.jpg]

How come dust is a problem now, but wasn't in the 60s and 70s?

[Image: Suitport_zps2bb9596b.jpg]
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Post: #20
RE: Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
[Image: 5474dda6c2bff.jpg] [Image: 5474ddc79fdec.jpg] they never said the camera filming the ascent from the moon was remote controlled,it was a tracking camera.
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MrGemini
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Post: #21
RE: Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
Rothbard  Wrote: (11-25-2014 09:40 PM)
Check out the blast crater of a 10,000 lb thruster.

Still looking for it?

[Image: LunarLanderBlastCrater_zpsebece5dc.jpg]

Do you think that the Lunar Lander came down in a billowing cloud of dust caused by a 10,000 lb thruster, or was set down by a crane?

[Image: LunarLanderLegs_zpsbbf0b21c.jpg]

Notice the impossible angle variations in the shadows.

Blast craters?

Blast craters would not be produced when the module was landing (when the amount of thrust produced is very low) on solid rock under less gravitational pull than on Earth.
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Post: #22
RE: Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
pauldamo  Wrote: (11-25-2014 09:53 PM)
[Image: 5474dda6c2bff.jpg] [Image: 5474ddc79fdec.jpg] they never said the camera filming the ascent from the moon was remote controlled,it was a tracking camera.

A tracking camera perfectly timed to catch the ascent stage at the exact right time? Yeah, right.

Thanks for posting those pictures. There is no way in hell that the Lunar Lander would have enough room to fit that fold-up dune buggy. It would have taken up a third of the space - space that wasn't there in NASA's diagrams. Furthermore, it doesn't look like those wheels are fitting that well.
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Post: #23
RE: Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
Rothbard  Wrote: (11-25-2014 09:40 PM)
Check out the blast crater of a 10,000 lb thruster.

Still looking for it?

[Image: LunarLanderBlastCrater_zpsebece5dc.jpg]

Do you think that the Lunar Lander came down in a billowing cloud of dust caused by a 10,000 lb thruster, or was set down by a crane?

[Image: LunarLanderLegs_zpsbbf0b21c.jpg]

Notice the impossible angle variations in the shadows.

It's all done up in GOLD Reynolds Wrap. How much more real can it get!
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Rothbard
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Post: #24
RE: Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
"Where should we put the fold-up dune buggy?" "I know, we don't need much oxygen, thrust, or coolant. Maybe we should just shed the extra parts because nothing can go wrong on the moon."

[Image: LM_illustration_02_zpsb85a5353.jpg]
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Post: #25
RE: Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
Rothbard  Wrote: (11-25-2014 09:40 PM)
[Image: LunarLanderLegs_zpsbbf0b21c.jpg]

Notice the impossible angle variations in the shadows.

Nothing impossible about it all. The horizontal member produces a horizontal shadow. The vertical members produce vertical shadows.

As it always has, as it did then, and as it continues to do now.

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Post: #26
RE: Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
Karlsruhe  Wrote: (11-25-2014 10:02 PM)
Rothbard  Wrote: (11-25-2014 09:40 PM)
[Image: LunarLanderLegs_zpsbbf0b21c.jpg]

Notice the impossible angle variations in the shadows.

Nothing impossible about it all. The horizontal member produces a horizontal shadow. The vertical members produce vertical shadows.

As it always has, as it did then, and as it continues to do now.

Go reproduce the 90 degrees angle variation outside in the sun right now without a second light source. Good luck with that.
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Post: #27
RE: Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
Rothbard  Wrote: (11-25-2014 09:52 PM)
Finally, a picture of the stars. At least they got the model right.

[Image: Lunar_Lander_Model_zpsb4ba7a2d.jpg]

How come dust is a problem now, but wasn't in the 60s and 70s?

[Image: Suitport_zps2bb9596b.jpg]

Don't tell me you're a Moontard who doesn't understand camera exposure and/or day and night on the Moon.

Lmao
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Post: #28
RE: Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
Rothbard  Wrote: (11-25-2014 10:05 PM)
Karlsruhe  Wrote: (11-25-2014 10:02 PM)
Nothing impossible about it all. The horizontal member produces a horizontal shadow. The vertical members produce vertical shadows.

As it always has, as it did then, and as it continues to do now.

Go reproduce the 90 degrees angle variation outside in the sun right now without a second light source. Good luck with that.

The effect seen is quite easily reproduced with the sun and/or any other single point light source. It's called shadows. Normal shadows.

From the sunlight.

Long vertical objects cast shadows 90 degrees apart from long horizontal objects. No luck needed. It's basic physics.

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Post: #29
RE: Moon Landings and Other NASA BS
Rothbard  Wrote: (11-25-2014 10:05 PM)
Karlsruhe  Wrote: (11-25-2014 10:02 PM)
Nothing impossible about it all. The horizontal member produces a horizontal shadow. The vertical members produce vertical shadows.

As it always has, as it did then, and as it continues to do now.

Go reproduce the 90 degrees angle variation outside in the sun right now without a second light source. Good luck with that.

Wow, you really are this stupid aren't you?
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Post: #30
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So what if it is? Why does that define your life purpose? Maybe because you don't have one of your own.
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