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Man on the moon? part2

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by st.nick, Aug 9, 2001.

  1. st.nick

    st.nick 12oz Member

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    Man on the moon? part2

    Discussion started by st.nick - Aug 9, 2001

    the only thing that is weird is the stars. the rest is a total stretch.

    i could break it down, but its really not worth it
     
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  2. LUKY

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    LUKY - Replied Aug 9, 2001

    there are 3 sources of light of the moon, the sun, the EARTH and the stars, the earth is much brighter when its full than a full moon. so there are your 3 sources of light.
     
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  3. brown twinkie

    brown twinkie 12oz Veteran Member

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    brown twinkie - Replied Aug 9, 2001

    people can argue anything to an almost plausible
    conclusion....whether its right or wrong.
     
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  4. eyeBddub

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    eyeBddub - Replied Aug 9, 2001

    dude your too paranoid..
    do you honestly think that NASA and the us gov. would be stupid enough to overlook those points when 'faking' a moon landing?

    like they would forget about shit that a 15 year old star trek geek would think to pick out.. they aren't that incompetant
     
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  5. realdeal187

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    realdeal187 - Replied Aug 9, 2001

    the flag was made of steel and it was made to look like it was blowing in the wind just for decrotive purposes
     
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  6. nemersion

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    nemersion - Replied Aug 9, 2001

    well, as far as the stars thing.....stars arent picked up on film or photo(unless time exposed) because they dont emit enough visible light. if you take a picture of the starry night, you'll just get a black photo, unless the shutter is opened for an extended period of time.

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  7. Trend

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    Trend - Replied Aug 9, 2001

    but if you look at the flag in the different pictures, it looks different in each one, in respect to the bends and folds and whatnot... i dont know what to think of this whole thing.. i saw the special on TV that covered all of these points, and some of the things said were quite convincing
     
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  8. mental invalid

    mental invalid Dirty Dozen Crew

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    mental invalid - Replied Aug 9, 2001

    ...have there been any other lunar landings since this one?...r
     
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  9. yoshy

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    yoshy - Replied Aug 9, 2001

    yo did you check my tag on that shit!!!

    suck me dry and call me dusty

    [​IMG]
     
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  10. Devilush

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    Devilush - Replied Aug 9, 2001

    i've always been skeptical of this so called "phenomenon". it's all a conspiracy.
     
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  11. Ski Mask

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    Ski Mask - Replied Aug 9, 2001

    for christs sake...how many times do the numerous websites that refute all this "proof" of the consperacy have to be posted before you fucking sheep get it!! 80% of the argument that it was a consperacy is based on the way shadows fall...just get a lamp and a table, cover the table with objects of differing height, then put a cloth/blanket over it. then take identical objects and place them at different places on the blanket...the shadows will cast in all kinds of different directions, with just the one light source. its not that fucking hard to understand...terrain affects the way shadows are cast.

    if any of you think any of that garbage is convincing look at these links to see how unbelievably wrong you are: http://www.straightdope.com/mailbag/mmoonhoax.html http://www.badastronomy.com/bad/tv/foxapollo.html http://www.space.com/news/SI_moon_hoax-1.html http://www.discovery.ca/Templates/webisode...y_id=2001041853 (I caught this one when it aired on TV) http://www.lunaranomalies.com/fake-moon.htm
     
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    ZENYTH.ASP - Replied Aug 10, 2001

    http://www.yourphotos.com/users/3697/manonthemoon.jpg'>

    thoughts and opinions?
     
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  13. Klypse

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    Klypse - Replied Aug 10, 2001

    Damn, not so sure I believe it now.
     
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  14. imported_SecretAgentX9 - Replied Aug 10, 2001

    interesting critique of these photographs... i never would have gone that far to investigate all those points...
    hmmmmmmmm....
     
  15. rules for mules - Replied Aug 10, 2001

    and to whoever said that the earth is a source of light... the earth isn't a star.............................................................................. it's a fuggin planet.