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Joseph Algranti almost died in one of these things



(08-14-2018 01:13 PM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]who vandalized apollo 16's ascent stage?

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Looks like one of the art students from the Imagineers got pissed, and went to down.

Probably committed 'suicide' not long after. Oh, and don't worry, we will compile a list of all the suspicious deaths.

People always say "But someone would have come forward!"

Yeah, tons of people leaked info, just no one went public, because they wanted to live! All the people that just DIED, surrounding the 'program' will sort of have that effect, don't you think!

I honestly believe Kubrick was waiting for the 30 year anniversary, the spotlight to come back onto him, and the 30th anniversary of the release of 2001: A Space Odyssey, and the release of Eyes Wide Shut, and he was gonna spill the beans. Probably with one of the astronauts beside him...
What thread are the two guys who believe in the Apollo Program reading? Huh

If I had to guess, they would sadly be the ones who were 8-12 years old when it originally took place, so the cognitive dissonance is just too much. I feel ya, dudes. I want the Moon landing to really happen in my life time too!
^ it's good to have counter arguments.

like this one. I can't really wrap my head around this one:





using the front screen proj hypothesis, the set would have to be huge to achieve this
The best argument against it being real is the space suits, the module and climate control. The temperature swings were -140 degrees to +250 or thereabouts. Those suits had absolutely no way to counter the effects of the sun's immense heat and the shadows being bitter cold because of no atmosphere being present. It's just not possible to heat and cool the lunar module made of foil with some car batteries to run the systems.

And the sunny side was steaming hot but the shady side would be frozen.

They exhale air that should be steaming but there is no exhale visible. There is no evidence of any climate control at all. It's literally just ignored.
(08-14-2018 02:09 PM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]^ it's good to have counter arguments.

like this one. I can't really wrap my head around this one:





using the front screen proj hypothesis, the set would have to be huge to achieve this

This is why I always say it was a heck of an achievement. Wait till I find the footage I am thinking of. They are laughing at us, EY. I will leave you in suspense for now though Smile
(08-14-2018 02:25 PM)Billygoat Wrote: [ -> ]The best argument against it being real is the space suits, the module and climate control. The temperature swings were -140 degrees to +250 or thereabouts. Those suits had absolutely no way to counter the effects of the sun's immense heat and the shadows being bitter cold because of no atmosphere being present. It's just not possible to heat and cool the lunar module made of foil with some car batteries to run the systems.

And the sunny side was steaming hot but the shady side would be frozen.

They exhale air that should be steaming but there is no exhale visible. There is no evidence of any climate control at all. It's literally just ignored.

Yep, Laika dies from overheating, but the Apollo 13 crew are cold! They must have had the AC on too high.
(08-14-2018 02:32 PM)Chaos Reigns Wrote: [ -> ]
(08-14-2018 02:25 PM)Billygoat Wrote: [ -> ]The best argument against it being real is the space suits, the module and climate control. The temperature swings were -140 degrees to +250 or thereabouts. Those suits had absolutely no way to counter the effects of the sun's immense heat and the shadows being bitter cold because of no atmosphere being present. It's just not possible to heat and cool the lunar module made of foil with some car batteries to run the systems.

And the sunny side was steaming hot but the shady side would be frozen.

They exhale air that should be steaming but there is no exhale visible. There is no evidence of any climate control at all. It's literally just ignored.

Yep, Laika dies from overheating, but the Apollo 13 crew are cold! They must have had the AC on too high.

yeah the space suits would have to be very advanced

this is supposedly how they worked



It's an APOLLO PARTY!

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PUFF THE MAGIC DRAGON LIVED BY THE SEA ~~~
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HUFF n' PUFF
ANOTHER INTERESTING THING.

Not only have they NOT MADE A MOVIE ABOUT APOLLO 11

THERE IS NO OFFICIAL NASA PHOTOBOOK OF THE MOON LANDING

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US is so hush hush about the moon landing

they forever glorify their heroic status in WW2, bringing democracy and freedom fries worldwide

YET

they NEVER GLOAT about the moon landing

politicians don't highlight the MOST SPECTACULAR TECHNOLOGICAL ACHIEVEMENT OF ALL TIME
When I was a kid, Full Moon meant pulling your pants down to show someone your ass, as a practical joke. Or more commonly, pulling someone else's pants down, to show the world THEIR ass.

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And yet, someone thought it was an apt title for a book of photos from the Apollo Program.

"Full Moon is a photographic journey to the Moon and back, drawn from NASA's 32,000 pictures from the Apollo missions"

"The resulting pictures are so vivid they seem more clear than real life.

As you watch the cratered surface get closer and closer, you have no sense of scale until you see the miniscule silver and gold lander dropping gently to land on the Moon"

Yeah, definitely not because scale models were used for some of the shots... LOL
(08-15-2018 03:40 AM)Chaos Reigns Wrote: [ -> ]When I was a kid, Full Moon meant pulling your pants down to show someone your ass, as a practical joke. Or more commonly, pulling someone else's pants down, to show the world THEIR ass.

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And yet, someone thought it was an apt title for a book of photos from the Apollo Program.

"Full Moon is a photographic journey to the Moon and back, drawn from NASA's 32,000 pictures from the Apollo missions"

"The resulting pictures are so vivid they seem more clear than real life.

As you watch the cratered surface get closer and closer, you have no sense of scale until you see the miniscule silver and gold lander dropping gently to land on the Moon"

Yeah, definitely not because scale models were used for some of the shots... LOL
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