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it' snot even that nasa can't do it

China can't even get close to sending people beyond LEO

why do people only go to around LEO? why not go a bit higher?

why not go 500 miles instead of 200 miles?

the whole thing is just fishy

i call it the TECHNO-HISTORICAL ANOMALY

no tech from 1969 is not cheaper, better, faster, smaller in 2018.
what I mean is, it's not just NASA that can't do it, but China Russia etc. powerhouse technology countries cannot do it either
(08-02-2018 12:02 PM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]what I mean is, it's not just NASA that can't do it, but China Russia etc. powerhouse technology countries cannot do it either

Yes, this is exactly why I reject the argument that NASA isn't doing it because it is 'too expensive'. If money was the problem, get the other space agencies to chip in!

You don't think China, India, Japan, Europe and Russia would love to get their astronaut(s) up there, waltzing on the Moon, hitting golf balls, riding dune buggies, and jumping 18 inches in the air?? Big Grin
also since when do other countries stop doing something when other people have done it first

why did Soviet Russia stop and ditch their moon landing project? Does not make sense

also the western mindset is KEEP PERFECTING, KEEP NERDING IT OUT with BETTER, FASTER, MORE EFFICIENT
interesting new doc with new arguments



Why didn't Russia out the US for not being able to get there? They were watching the whole thing and could have easily spilled the beans.
(08-04-2018 08:47 AM)Billygoat Wrote: [ -> ]Why didn't Russia put the US for not being able to get there? They were watching the whole thing and could have easily spilled the beans.

because soviet union was collaborating with US at the time.

the cold war was largely contrived.

Right now , Russia is really the enemy and the Russian govt. is actually CALLING BS on the landings.. they are even funding some projects to verify the landing.

the russian govt. also funded a study that showed that over 57% of Russians think the moon landing is BS.
(08-04-2018 08:47 AM)Billygoat Wrote: [ -> ]Why didn't Russia out the US for not being able to get there? They were watching the whole thing and could have easily spilled the beans.

The Great Grain Robbery of 1972, and the continued use of Russian rockets until recently, should be seen as BRIBES by NASA and America, to keep the USSR (then) and the Russians (now) quiet. They stopped using Russian rockets, and now Russia is starting to publicly question it again.

"The great grain robbery was the July 1972 purchase of 10 million tons of United States grain by the Soviet Union at subsidized prices, which resulted in higher grain prices in the United States.[1][2] Grain prices soon reached 125-year highs in Chicago. In a 10-month span, soybeans went from $3.31 to $12.90 a bushel. Food prices around the world rose 50% in 1973."

So if they sold a ton of grain, worth $60, to the Soviets for $40, and then the price rose to $80 per ton, they effectively gave the Soviets $40 per ton, albeit in a way that the layman would be completely oblivious to.

$40 per ton (conservative estimate), times 10 million tons= $400m dollars in 1972 (pre-inflation adjusted).

And as EY said, the Cold War was to a large extent a fiction. The USSR (and CCCP) were supported by City of London and Wall St (and by the gulags/slavery of course).
yes the grain shipments.

Also don't forget Soviets and US collaborated shortly after with Apollo- Soyuz.

USSR made no attempt to "catch up" with the moon landings

even though US lost in nearly all space firsts, they never gave up.. but suddenly the Russians stopped?

Even today, 50 years later, the Russians can't even GET CLOSE to landing a man on the moon
These are good explanations.

I believe that since the Russians know it can't be done they never attempted it publicly in order to save themselves the embarrassment.
let's not forget the first man to do a spacewalk said that Kubrick definitely filmed part of the landings in a studio set.

TO be fair he said they went to the moon, but much of the actual footage was faked
(08-04-2018 04:25 PM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]let's not forget the first man to do a spacewalk said that Kubrick definitely filmed part of the landings in a studio set.

TO be fair he said they went to the moon, but much of the actual footage was faked

Yep, limited hangout by Alexey Leonov. Admit the minimum. That Kubrick filmed 'parts' of the Apollo Program footage! Smile
yep. but it calls the entire thing into question when one of the most respected astronauts ever claims Kubrick filmed part of it
(08-05-2018 05:07 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]yep. but it calls the entire thing into question when one of the most respected astronauts ever claims Kubrick filmed part of it

Why do you figure they are calling Buzz Aldrin 'crazy' and 'senile' lately?
So that if there is a death bed confession, of course!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVPBXKYidTs

This one where he supposedly says it was partially filmed. Notice this one has quite a few edits in it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VehiY7uqpEs
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