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    Posted: 23 Apr 2018 at 8:57pm
This really does sum it up perfectly. 10 minutes of rational scientific logic with NASA strongly admitting we have never been to the moon

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Lol. Someone needs to explain to that dumbarse the basics of thermal conduction. Individual gas particles may get very hot in the thermosphere but as it's a near vaccuum- about a millionth as dense as the troposphere- there are almost no atoms to conduct the heat.

More youtube drivel for suckers.
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I remember watching it on TV ... it was as real to me as Homicide or Division 4, The Monkees or The Adams Family ...
In reference to every post in the Trump thread ... "There may have been a tiny bit of license taken there" ... Ok, Thanks for the "heads up" PT!
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Originally posted by Redemption Redemption wrote:

This really does sum it up perfectly. 10 minutes of rational scientific logic with NASA strongly admitting we have never been to the moon



Fooled the Russians though.Wink Stupid commie bastards.LOL
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I remember watching it at school as well. All the talk at the time was what a break through it was for us humans and how they'd build an international research centre on the moon and how it wouldn't be long until they'd be doing trips to the moon for ordinary people etc. The only suspicious thing about the whole moon landing was how that just stopped going there and went on to other things. Surely the only time in the history of human exploration that's happened ? I mean when Christopher Columbus discovered the new world they didn't say " Done that , let's do something else now" I've never heard a logical explanation as to why the yanks just stopped going to the moon and stopped developing and improving the technology to get there.
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Because there wasn’t a buck in it. What are you going to do up there? Sell real estate? Grow avocados?
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I once dumped a girlfriend when she came out with this brain-numbing bullsh1t theory one day. Anybody that credulous and stupid is too stupid for me.
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I love a good conspiracy theory and enjoy debunking them to the believers . You get in a lot of arguments of course ! The whole why haven't the Americans gone back to the moon question is one that I can't really come up with an answer for. Why did they spend billions on the International Space Station and the Space Shuttle program ? Where was the buck in that? Especially when you've made this breakthrough in human history and had a natural satellite up there to set up a research centre on. Strange
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Originally posted by Baguette Baguette wrote:

I love a good conspiracy theory and enjoy debunking them to the believers . You get in a lot of arguments of course ! The whole why haven't the Americans gone back to the moon question is one that I can't really come up with an answer for. Why did they spend billions on the International Space Station and the Space Shuttle program ? Where was the buck in that? Especially when you've made this breakthrough in human history and had a natural satellite up there to set up a research centre on. Strange


Why don't you ask yourself why the Commies didn't expose the fraud in the middle of the Cold War/Space Race propaganda war, when it would have been blindingly obvious to them?

I bet Redemption has a dingbat conspiracy theory answer to that question.LOL
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Some benefits of the space program 


  1. The most accurate topographical map of the Earth.  This data is used to develop safer navigation techniques and better communication systems.
  2. Ultraviolet protection suits for people with rare intolerance to UV light, known xeroderma pigmentosum.
  3. Heart pump based on technology of space shuttle’s fuel pumps.  It’s two inches long, one inch in diameter, and weighs less than four ounces.
  4. Efficient autos and planes benefiting from NASA wind tunnel and aerodynamic expertise.
  5. New metal alloys based on research for the space station program.
  6. Thermal protection blankets used in everything from fire fighters suits to survival gear for cold environments.
  7. Robots and robotic software with wide-ranging uses that include auto-assembly plants, hazardous material handling, monitoring in dangerous environments, distribution and packaging facilities, etc.
  8. Lightweight composite materials that benefit cars, airplanes, camping gear, etc.
  9. Perfect protein crystals grown in zero gravity; used for more pure pharmaceutical drugs, foods and an assortment of other crystalline-based products including insulin for diabetes patients.
  10. Better understanding of the Earth and its environmental response to natural and human-induced variations such as air quality, climate, land use, food production as well as monitoring quality of our oceans and fresh water.
  11. Commercial space communication systems for personal phones, computers, video transmissions, global positioning satellite systems, etc.
  12. Improvements in energy use efficiency.
  13. More responsible use of air and water in private and commercial buildings.
  14. Automated maintenance functions for buildings and new lower-cost building construction techniques.
  15. Smoke detectors for homes and commercial buildings.
  16. Air purification systems used to by hospitals to provide pure oxygen for patients.
  17. High-bandwidth and optical communications systems.
  18. Technology for cordless tools such as drills, shrub trimmers and rechargeable flashlights.
  19. Growth of zeolite crystals that have the potential to reduce the cost of petroleum and to store new types of fuels like hydrogen, which is abundant and pollution-free.  This technology could be used in hydrogen-powered cars.
  20. Fire-fighting systems that battle blazes with a fine mist, rather than environmentally harmful chemicals.
  21. Sunglasses that block certain types of light – blue, violet, and ultraviolet – that could hurt the eyes. These sunglasses block the hazardous light, while allowing light that is good for vision to pass through the lens.
  22. Solar power collection.
  23. Air filtration systems that can kill all types of harmful bacteria – even anthrax — and remove allergens from the air with better than 90 percent efficiency.
  24. Ultralight solar concentrators that gather power from the Sun and efficiently convert it into electrical power.  Applications for this technology on Earth are limitless.
  25. “Power Pads” to cushion a horse’s hooves, protecting against injuries and helping ease discomfort associated with brittle hooves or arthritis.
  26. Disposable diapers.
  27. Devices for collection and real-time analysis of blood, and other bodily fluids, without the need for centrifugation.  Huge potential for hospitals and for remote units to monitor individuals with health problems.
  28. Lighter artificial limbs that are virtually indestructible; based on foam insulation used to protect the Shuttle’s external fuel tank.
  29. Computer-aided tomography (CATScan) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for imaging the body and its organs.
  30. Light-emitting diodes used in photodynamic therapy.  These diodes are used in a form of chemotherapy that kills cancerous tumors.
  31. Infrared sensors used in hand-held optical sensor thermometers.  These devices can measure temperature in the ear canal in two seconds or less.
  32. Image-processing technology used remove defects due to image jitter, image rotation and image zoom in video sequences.  Used by law enforcement agencies to improve crime-solving videos; doctors in medical imaging; scientific applications and even home video cameras.
  33. Gas leak-detection system used by Ford in natural gas-powered car.
  34. Method of labeling products with invisible and virtually indestructible markings – used on electronic parts, pharmaceuticals and livestock — in fact it could be used on just about anything.
  35. Hand-held camera which firefighters use to pinpoint the hotspots of wildfires.
  36. Safer soldering base for jewelers using torches in jewelry assembly.  Based on heat-shield tiles of shuttle instead of hazardous asbestos bases previously used.
  37. Quick-connect fasteners used by firefighters and nuclear power-plant repair technicians.
  38. Game-controlling joystick for computers and entertainment systems.
  39. Spray lube used for rust prevention; loosening corroded nuts; cleaning and lubricating guns and fishing reels; and lubricating and reducing engine friction.
  40. World-wide television broadcasts.
  41. Home insulation system which provides significant savings in home heating and cooling costs – uses technology of aluminum heat shield developed for Apollo spacecraft.
  42. Technology to quickly arrange and analyze human chromosomes and detect genetic abnormalities that could lead to disease in infants.
  43. Image processing software used in dermatology analysis to “decode” the shadow patterns and provided accurate heights and depths.
  44. Roofs based on moonsuits that look stiff, but are flexible and expand in heat and contract in cold.  Used as covering of malls, stadiums and new airports like Denver International.
  45. Small pill-shaped transmitters  Used to monitor intestinal activity; blood pressure and temperature of infants still inside the womb; body functions of athletes and high-stress professionals such as firefighters and soldiers.
  46. Padding in helmets, shin guards, chest protectors and aircraft seating.
  47. Golf balls with greater accuracy and distance.
  48. Lightning protection systems for aircraft.
  49. Windshear detection and warning system for aircraft.
  50. Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System (TACS) now used by virtually all passenger aircraft.
  51. Monitoring system which scans important documents at certain times and compares the differences between the images. The system detects changes in contrast, shape and other features. Used by museums and the National Archives to monitor historic documents and plan a way to stop any damage.
  52. Landsat imagery to discover unknown archeology sites; reveal ancient coastlines; manage the harvesting of fish in the world’s oceans; calculate how well crops are doing, etc.
  53. Robotic mother pigs which keep piglet formula (milk) cool until it is needed then heats and delivers the right amount at feeding time.
  54. Improved spray nozzles for crop dusters.
  55. New breathing system for firefighters made up of a face mask, frame and harness, warning device, and air bottle.  Weighs one-third less than old gear.
  56. Virtual reality simulators for medical operations, flight training, truck driving, etc.
  57. Hydroponics used by vegetable farmers to grow crops without soil.
  58. Fluorometer instrument used to monitor plankton in the world’s oceans.  Instrument measures amount of glow given off by plankton and other marine life that consume sunlight in their photosynthesis process.  Much of the world’s oxygen comes from plankton.
  59. Oil spill cleanup using beeswax microcapsules.  The beeswax balls absorb oil and keep water out.  Absorbed oil is digested by microorganism enzymes inside the ball.  When the balls get full of digested oil, they explode and release environmentally safe enzymes, carbon dioxide and water.
  60. Software to match and track whales.
  61. DirectTV.
  62. Satellite radio.
  63. Fire-Resistant Aircraft Seats.
  64. “Cool suit” which helps to improve the quality of life of multiple sclerosis patients.
  65. Pacemaker that can be programmed from outside the body.
  66. Instruments to measure bone loss and bone density, without penetrating the skin.
  67. Implant for delivering insulin to diabetics that provides more precise control of blood sugar levels and frees diabetics from the burden of daily insulin injections.
  68. Device for growing ovarian tumors so that tumors can be studied outside the body, without harm to the patient.
  69. THE LIST GOES ON AND ON!  Want to read about more benefits?  See our “Related Links” section below or go to Google and enter a search for “Benefits of the Space Program”.  You will be overwhelmed with information.
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Disposable diapers?
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Originally posted by Baguette Baguette wrote:

I love a good conspiracy theory and enjoy debunking them to the believers . You get in a lot of arguments of course ! The whole why haven't the Americans gone back to the moon question is one that I can't really come up with an answer for. Why did they spend billions on the International Space Station and the Space Shuttle program ? Where was the buck in that? Especially when you've made this breakthrough in human history and had a natural satellite up there to set up a research centre on. Strange


The space station is basically a lab in space that provides a variety of functions. It’s far, far cheaper to man and maintain getting to and from the moon. The space shuttle was originally commissioned to carry payloads to and from the ISS, was only ever envisioned to have a brief lifespan and was eventually deemed unnecessary and shut down. They can get to and from the ISS much cheaper other ways.

Quite simply there’s nothing to be gained by repeatedly going back to the moon.
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Disposable diapers?

How did NASA change diapers forever?

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Its mindboggling how people are in denial.
You have actual NASA astronauts admitting they havent been to the moon, and the deniers just stomp their feet, block their ears, like an insane toddler.

Its like a religion, cant believe its not true. Cant believe we didnt go to the moon, even though being told by astronauts.

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Originally posted by Redemption Redemption wrote:

Its mindboggling how people are in denial.
You have actual NASA astronauts admitting they havent been to the moon, and the deniers just stomp their feet, block their ears, like an insane toddler.

Its like a religion, cant believe its not true. Cant believe we didnt go to the moon, even though being told by astronauts.

Up your meds



Name one astronaut that went to the moon that has now denied it.

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