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ok yeah. Some of these still boggle my mind even after reading the debunking explanations

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Full Buzz Aldrin interview, not the edited one posted earlier in the thread:





The girl asks him why we haven't gone back, his answer is explaining why we haven't
I made it to 1:40. OK... So he says that people had gone up before, I am guessing he means the ALSO FAKED Apollo 8 and 10 missions?

IMO Apollo 9 was at least in low Earth orbit, although even officially it never went beyond ~300 miles up (apogee of its orbit), but I do have my doubts about them docking. I mean, the footage is not exactly convincing, although it is impressive in a purely visual sense. Strange though, that 8 would go around the Moon, and the next one only goes up 300 miles, right? Unless they are mixing fact and fiction of course.





So any way, back to Apollo 8 & 10, supposedly they orbited the Moon, even practiced the rendezvous maneuver and then headed back. But the thing is... The Soviets also did a mission where they sent a craft into space, which they claimed was manned, but really was just relaying radio messages, to make it sound like there were cosmonauts on board. And it could have taken some pictures as well.

Buzz says "humans and monkeys and dogs". Of course the USSR famously sent Laika into space, but she died from OVERHEATING within a few hours. But the main point I wanted to make was about a certain mission... That pertains especially closely to Buzz Aldrin and his alleged Apollo 11 flight to the Moon.

That mission... is BIOSATELLITE 3.

I will give the short version. On June 29, 1969, a whole 3 weeks before Apollo 11 allegedly landed men on the Moon, NASA sent a monkey into space. 150 miles up, at its highest. July 7th, 1969, 9 days before Apollo 11 was launched, the mission was aborted and THE MONKEY WAS DEAD. And yet Apollo 11 went ahead.

YEAH RIGHT.
It was actually the opposite in the mid-to-late 60s with Apollo. They were able to get funding and enthusiastic support for NASA, but would have struggled to convince the engineers and public to finance, design and build ICBM technology (which is what the end result of the Apollo program rockets was).

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if you just look at their record of sending monkeys into space, it is very spotty

tons of mechanical failures

out of 10 monkeys maybe at least half of them died

yet without testing the LM.. it landed on an alien object... and then TOOK OFF in 1/6th gravity
(08-12-2018 08:43 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]if you just look at their record of sending monkeys into space, it is very spotty

tons of mechanical failures

out of 10 monkeys maybe at least half of them died

yet without testing the LM.. it landed on an alien object... and then TOOK OFF in 1/6th gravity

When was the last time they sent a monkey into space, let alone around the Moon? For longer missions they usually send worms or tortoises (which are infamously radiation resistant). But somehow we are supposed to not take note of that.

Also, didn't Elon Musk recently claim he was going to send some tourists around the Moon, but then had to 'postpone' that for unspecified reasons?? Probably because tourists would want to come home alive, esp. multimillionaires/billionaires!
IDK if this has been posted. Pretty terrible argument by Neil Degrasse Tyson.



NDT gave the worst argument of all time

the military applications of going to the moon cannot be discounted

the TECH involved, would be so useful for every aspect of military technology
you don't spend 40 billion and throw it away due to a cock waving contest
just forget about everything and just think about this

THEY LANDED ON THE MOON. SOFT LANDED, when even in 2018, they have to CRASH LAND ROVERS ON MARS with PARACHUTES


THEY SOFT LANDED.. but it gets better

WITHIN THE LANDER, was a ROCKET SYSTEM that could propel them out of 1/6th gravity and back to the COMMAND MODULE

essentially a space rocket that could soft land on an ALIEN SURFACE.. TAKE OFF FROM THAT SURFACE

ALL USING SLIDE RULE TECHNOLOGY

but wait, IT GETS BETTER

THIS THING WAS NEVER TESTED. NOT ONCE. IT WORKED THE FIRST TIME WITHOUT A HITCH.

meanwhile, the simple act of sending monkeys into space for the first time KILLED ALL OF THEM

this is just unbelievable
this is how we landed on MARS recently.. CRASH LAND WITH PARACHUTE

why wasn't the great apollo tech used to soft land?

50 years to improve this shit and we're still using parachutes and crash landing techniques

JUST LMFAO



(08-12-2018 02:12 PM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]just forget about everything and just think about this

THEY LANDED ON THE MOON. SOFT LANDED, when even in 2018, they have to CRASH LAND ROVERS ON MARS with PARACHUTES


THEY SOFT LANDED.. but it gets better

WITHIN THE LANDER, was a ROCKET SYSTEM that could propel them out of 1/6th gravity and back to the COMMAND MODULE

essentially a space rocket that could soft land on an ALIEN SURFACE.. TAKE OFF FROM THAT SURFACE

ALL USING SLIDE RULE TECHNOLOGY

but wait, IT GETS BETTER

THIS THING WAS NEVER TESTED. NOT ONCE. IT WORKED THE FIRST TIME WITHOUT A HITCH.

meanwhile, the simple act of sending monkeys into space for the first time KILLED ALL OF THEM

this is just unbelievable

I love this forum Big Grin

I think I am going to go to phase 2: Kubrick did it, felt bad, and wanted to blow the whistle.


Tomorrow! If I never post again, well... I am not suicidal or depressed or in danger in any way Tongue
even when they tested the LM on earth.. it crashed.

Neil Armstrong almost died while testing the LM

yet it worked 250,000 miles away

and get this.. they lost ALL THE BLUEPINTS for the greatest technological achievement of all time

people today go GAGA over dumb shit like APPs or DARPA DOGS

in 1969 we had unbelievable tech that could send us 250,000 miles away to the moon, withstand +/- 270 degree heat.. using CAR BATTERIES HAHAHAHAHAHAH

yep they claim the AIRCON was powered by a few car batteries.
you know what is also funny.. is that they never made a real movie about Apollo 11

I think they don't want people talking about this or idolizing the achievement

they made a movie about apollo 13 just to give people an idea that the missions were full of danger and risks. apollo 13 never landed on the moon

why no movie about APOLLO 11? I find this very strange.

It seems THEY ARE NOT PROUD OF THEIR ACHIEVEMENT. maybe because it DID NOT HAPPEN
Neil was totally caught off-guard then goes "Uh uh... YES! But.... Ummm... You're missing the more subtle point. ... THE RUSSIANS!"

His argument was basically all American action is motivated by keeping up with the Russians.
If the Russians didn't f**k their wives the people at the US State Dept. wouldn't either.
What's funny is they weren't even really enemies back then

US sent massive grain shipments to USSR during the peak of the cold war

they collaborated in space with APOLLO SOYUZ

what they did was utilize USSR / US rivalry to take over countries like Korea or Vietnam

WE FIGHT HALF ASS
YOU TAKE THE NORTH, I TAKE THE SOUTH

that was basically it
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