Discussion in 'Moon Landing' started by Validation Boy, Mar 11, 2015.
you've been on the attack since the first post,boy.
You get frustrated when you're introduced to new concepts that require too much thinking?
Is there a place you go to that avoids where you get shown to be wrong? From the Earth to the Moon - the definitive mini series in 12 parts. Whilst the series did a good job of recreating the events, it was littered with mistakes showing it was filmed on Earth. The Apollo missions have no such mistakes, despite what conspiracy folks claim.
Further, 2001 A Space Oddity is also littered with hundreds of errors, not least the complete absence of the 1/6th gravity on the lunar surface. Even modern films that don't use CGI are unable to recreate the Apollo footage:
Is there any part of your original post that you feel is still accurate? Just curious.
Every single word of it.
And yes, there is footage of strings pulling the astronauts around on "the moon", during the fake Apollo missions.
Look it up for yourself, before you make a complete fool of yourself.
I just wanted to check whether I was dealing with a genuine individual or somebody short on reality. The Apollo missions were dramatized by Tom Hanks in his 12 part mini series, yet you still maintain your entire post is accurate. That is very pathetic.
No there is not. There is footage that suckers in the gullible - in actuality a lens flare, a video artefact. perhaps your limited reality is not capable of checking the internet for better explanations that you take on face value?
You sound very young. This hogwash has been around probably longer than you've been alive. But, I'm open to any scientific opinions, so please enlighten me with examples of wires.
Well, just about every single Apollo mission seems to suffer from thin lines of "lens flashes" directly above the strangely bouncy astronauts (who can also magically stand up without using their legs on several occasions).
Tom Hanks wouldn't have ANY REASON to help perpetuate the moon hoaxes, would he?
He couldn't POSSIBLY have purposefully left these "mistakes" in his crappy boring TV SHOW could he? Not with his Apollo 13 movie still raking in royalties off a reborn enthusiasm for Nationalistic Space Folklore which was thriving at that time, and all.....
Get a grip, buddy.
And I'm in my very late 30s.
I just find the subject boring.
I know you're lying, otherwise you wouldn't be on my thread, pretending to be dismissive of something, just because you're butt hurt by what exactly it all implies.
I'll forgive you though.
You simply need to develop emotionally a bit more, as a man.
I'd suggest you go first,boy,because your immaturity speaks volumes in your posts..there is NO proof you have that won't vanish away in the harsh light of scrutiny.
All you've doing is making yourself look like a jerk.
Now you see, you're lying. Your whole argument is lifted from the film What Happened on the Moon. I asked for examples and you have none. Don't stand there and claim you've seen full quality footage of even 10% of the total missions. We both know you haven't.
So, I ask again, show me some examples of wires.
You seem to have missed the point somewhat. The mistakes are not deliberate, they are unavoidable without a) a vacuum b) weightlessness in space and c) 1/6th gravity. The special effects(CGI apart) even today struggle with doing this effectively.
You really have difficulty making a coherent argument don't you. On the one hand you suggest that Tom Hanks (who only directed one of the shows!) for some reason deliberately left in mistakes to perpetuate this pathetic idea of a hoax, whilst trying to attract genuine enthusiasts to watch his films. Yeah, that makes sense doesn't it.
You have all the hallmarks of someone who has blundered into an argument, long dead, by making the same claims as people over 10 years ago. It was shown to be bull(*)(*)(*)(*) then and remains so, every time someone like you comes across it and thinks they know better.
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