Neil A. Armstrong (1930 – 2012)

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Re: Neil A. Armstrong (1930 – 2012)

Post by marc » Wed Aug 29, 2012 12:17 am

I agree, we should stop talking about this subject. And while we are at it, let's not bring Dinosaurs into the mix either. Because I get my information from many sources not just from a guy that talks about Dinosaurs. Science has brought us many things. And many things it has not. let's keep moving forward with science so that we can achieve the things that we desire!

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WHY DO YOU HAVE TO JUMP THROUGH HOOPS GOING THROUGH TSA SECURITY IN THE AIRPORT BUT ANYONE CAN CROSS THE BOARDER BETWEEN THE U.S. AND MEXICO WITH NO CHALLENGES WHATSOEVER? WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE?

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Re: Neil A. Armstrong (1930 – 2012)

Post by timdrage » Mon Sep 10, 2012 12:18 pm

marc I'm seriously disappointed that a member of this board would subscribe to 'ideas' (if you can even call them that) which rely almost entirely on the most laughable misinterpretation and dishonest twisting of the most basic concepts of photography. Hope you're trolling.
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Re: Neil A. Armstrong (1930 – 2012)

Post by timdrage » Mon Sep 10, 2012 12:35 pm

Anyway putting aside the outdated, pitiful, spiteful, boring, meaningless internet hobby of moon hoax theories, here's a nice on-topic recent ebay find of mine. ^_^

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Re: Neil A. Armstrong (1930 – 2012)

Post by marc » Wed Sep 12, 2012 12:05 am

As usual, the "art" looks good!
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Re: Neil A. Armstrong (1930 – 2012)

Post by timdrage » Wed Sep 12, 2012 12:52 pm

Yep ^__^

Haven't actually got round to watching yet, I'll let you know if I spot any 'anomalies' :twisted:
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Re: Neil A. Armstrong (1930 – 2012)

Post by Lunar07 » Fri Sep 14, 2012 7:00 am

marc wrote:A.J., Neil Armstrong was a great man in his own right. But can you explain how man can survive several days passing through the Van Allen radiation belt, not once but twice, in a ship made of tinfoil?
You just could not resist marc. You had to get into your conspiracy theories.
The Physics of the Van Allen radiation belt is quite well known and who told you that the ship was made of tinfoil? It was made of aluminum with internal layers of Polyethylene. No, lead is not necessary to go through the belt.
And no I do not want to discuss these points. Because the weird thing I went through the same discussion days ago with someone else. Every point he made can be debunked including his claims of fake photographs and the Lead thing and the Van Allen belt radiation. So consider your claims that Apollo did not land to be debunked. It did land on the moon. But even if you do not believe this, you just could not resist getting into the subject.

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