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Why is the poll closed, btw? Just a time limit thing?
(04-13-2019 05:07 AM)Chaos Reigns Wrote: [ -> ]Why is the poll closed, btw? Just a time limit thing?

Because EY lost all the footage and telemetry data in an "accident"
(04-13-2019 04:34 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ][Image: 7008828495_7b0507f25a.jpg]

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"That's one small step for man
One giant poop in the pants for mankind"
(04-13-2019 05:07 AM)Chaos Reigns Wrote: [ -> ]Why is the poll closed, btw? Just a time limit thing?

time limit, it can be reopened
poll open again
Bart Sibrel is still at it



There is something odd with this supposed moonwalking clip

Let’s see if you guys see it too





Ofcourse not that its sped up


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lol.like kids at disneyland
(04-25-2019 02:27 PM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]lol.like kids at disneyland


Did you notice the speed of the cup falling at 0.56

Way faster than gravity force on the moon would allow

maybe to obvious and it is a fake. I can’t believe if this is original footage no one noticed at NASA




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(05-16-2019 05:40 AM)Glimmer Wrote: [ -> ]
(04-25-2019 02:27 PM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]lol.like kids at disneyland


Did you notice the speed of the cup falling at 0.56

Way faster than gravity force on the moon would allow

maybe to obvious and it is a fake. I can’t believe if this is original footage no one noticed at NASA




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The clip is sped up. Maybe even sped up 10 (or 15%) too much.

Did you hear they now want 'a permanent presence on the Moon by 2024'. Including astronauts!

Hilarious. This is only to take attention off the fact that this July will be the 50th ANNIVERSARY of Apollo 11, and we can't currently 'go back'!

So instead of having people look back at that, they just want people to look forward.

And when the deadline comes and goes, we can blame the budget, or 'Democrats', or we will be in the midst of civil/world war by then, and it will be the last thing on our minds.

"There is no plan," said planetary science associate professor Dr. David Minton. "I think this is a very sketchy announcement."

"I don't see anything that's actually backing this up with a real budget or a real exploration plan," said Minton.

""The Moon is a stepping stone toward Mars," said Purdue student Matt Jewison. "Like we said we kind of have already established that we can get to the Moon and we have already explored it.""

""I think it's another step to how far are we going to go," said Purdue student Quinn Conway. "Like are we going to go to Mars?""

"Purdue professors and students are reacting to the announcement that NASA will have an astronaut to the Moon by 2024.

Vice President Mike Pence made the announcement Tuesday evening at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center.

Last February NASA said it would land astronauts on the Moon in 2028, so now the Trump administration has cut that deadline by four years."

Every 5 years, like clockwork, they tell us we will 'return' in 5 years.
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https://www.cnn.com/2019/05/13/us/nasa-m...index.html

"The space agency also revealed the new mission's name will be Artemis, the Greek goddess of the moon and twin sister of Apollo. NASA's Apollo 11 mission succeeded in landing the first humans on the moon on July 20, 1969.

'"Fifty years after Apollo, the Artemis program will carry the next man and first woman to the moon," said Bridenstine during a press call.

"To land American astronauts on the Moon by 2024, we are working through the acquisition approach for the various projects," said NASA in a statement. "Our efforts will include new work at NASA centers to provide the key technologies and scientific payloads needed for the lunar surface, adding to efforts already underway across the country."


Who wants to bet whether NASA lands a MAN OR WOMAN on the Moon by 2024? I think it should be possible these days, but it will take more than 5 years of development. Closer to a decade, in all honesty.

Any takers?

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I can't even make it 3 minutes through this, without seeing the glaring errors (or at the very least, leading propaganda).

They admit in 1964 America's rockets were blowing up on the launchpad. The idea of a man on the Moon was outlandish science fiction.

And next thing you know, you have ARTHUR C CLARKE filming NASA propaganda, in regards to the LEM! The LEM! We've all seen it. But apparently it got ACC's mark of approval.

He was also in studio with (I believe) Walter Cronkite and Robert Heinlein, the top broadcaster in America, and the 2nd most popular science fiction writer (after ACC, but he was a British pedo).





"A lot more trips will be needed"
"it won't cost as much on a comparative basis, the machinery has been made now"
"further 9 Apollo missions"


So at 41:00 minutes of the 2001 documentary they say "People were smoking some pot before the movie".

Right...

I guess they just had a trippy space sequence exactly 2 hours in, by accident, and called it 'the ultimate trip coincidentally...

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I am no expert on psychedelics but people have told me things like mushrooms take quite a while to 'kick in'.
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