Science and Technology : Just how much of our science and technology is faked

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  1. crwn

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    I stand corrected! I should not have included the word "our".
     
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    Not sure how much, but I would say there are a few "anomalies" to sort out.





    Bean: "Cosmic rays hitting the back of your eye, and exciting those sensors in the back of your eye"
    Bean: "Whiiiiiiiiiish"

    This is "scientifically" proven... just close your eyes and pay attention
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    Apollo missions would launch from Florida (Kennedy Space Center), which is not close to the north or south poles, which some theorize have a thin layer of radiation caused by the Van Allen belts.

    If this is the case, one would think they would have launched from an Arctic area.
    But I supposed they scooted through at an angle to avoid them, or if they didn't, they had little to not radiation effect as they claim.

    Van Allen radiation belt, doughnut-shaped zones of highly energetic charged particles trapped at high altitudes in the magnetic field of Earth. The zones were named for James A. Van Allen, the American physicist who discovered them in 1958, using data transmitted by the U.S. Explorer satellite.

    The Van Allen belts are most intense over the Equator and are effectively absent above the poles. No real gap exists between the two zones; they actually merge gradually, with the flux of charged particles showing two regions of maximum density. The inner region is centred approximately 3,000 km (1,860 miles) above the terrestrial surface. The outer region of maximum density is centred at an altitude of about 15,000 to 20,000 km (9,300 to 12,400 miles), though some estimates place it as far above the surface as six Earth radii (about 38,000 km [23,700 miles]).

    The inner Van Allen belt consists largely of highly energetic protons, with energy exceeding 30,000,000 electron volts.


    The American flag heralded the launch of Apollo 11, the first Lunar landing mission, on July 16, 1969. The massive Saturn V rocket lifted off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center with astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin at 9:32 a.m. EDT.

    In November of 1969, astronaut Alan Bean became the fourth man to walk on the moon. His mission, Apollo 12, arrived at the moon a few months after Apollo 11 made the first moon landing. That historic event celebrates its 45th anniversary Sunday.

    They went back to the moon in Apollo 12, 4 months after they finally made it the first time?

    Having a total of six lunar landings in a span of almost 3 years
    http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/lunar/apolloland.html

    That's 2 moon landings per year.
    All another country could do was shoot a bullet towards it that exploded on impact
    http://www.zarya.info/Diaries/Luna/Luna02.php

    THEY did make the moon approach and landings seem really easy as if the first time was the 31st time. Camera on board and everything.

    Why would a government as "secretive" with their military and science related to the military, place video on board a mission to an unvisited rock in space.... not in orbit around the earth, but in space.

    The moon is not simply a Dish Network satellite they shot into an orbit, or the ISS that sits above the atmosphere.​

    "A fair use film discussing the Apollo Moon Landings."


    Quite interesting how they got violently irritated when they realized someone was "paying attention" to other things related to their supposed missions.



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    of the real kind of science as in like experiments on tunneling electrons or ecological research in the amazon or work on carbon nanotubes id say almost none of it is ever faked - of the kind where some dude in a white coat on tv tells you why your face needs some chemical you never herd of before to stop you lookin 80 by the time your 25 id say all of it is faked
     
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    Well if you are going to discuss Conspiracy Theories, how do you talk about skyscrapers collapsing without discussing how they are designed to hold themselves up.

    When have we heard the tons of steel and tons of concrete on every level of the twin towers? Wasn't the top of the north tower lighter and weaker?
     
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    There is a good reason why no attempt has been made to remake these moon movies again.



    Earth's radius is claimed to be 3,959 miles (6,371 kilometers)
    Moon's radius is claimed to be 1,080 miles (1,738 kilometers)

    This image below gives the diameter and not the radius, which makes the gap look closer.

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    The image above is not 6o Earth lengths away, not even close.
    If you missed that, the moon is 384,000 km away from Earth, with is 60 times the radius of the Earth.... 60 Earth lengths away.


    This is a more accurate depiction:

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    the distance aint really that far - why dyou believe the landings to be implausable just cuz its 384,000 miles - the blackbird sr 71 sure cant fly in space but at its top speed it would cover that distance in just 4 and a half days - then theres the prob of how we manage to bounce lasers off reflectors put there by apollo astronauts - no astronauts no reflectors - really the whole nobody landed on the moon thing has been debunked so many times
     
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    Mistakenly typed something in error...

    Used the radius instead of the diameter...

    so cut it down to 30 Earth lengths... so, yea not that far

    But either way, which is more accurately depicting of the distance?

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    OR

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    Better material... even with the poor commentary, but it is a 90s classic

    DARK MISSION: NASA Moon Hoax - Analysis of the Lunar Photography


    The wire support is just something they couldn't edit away



    Stage hands had to tweak a few things before showtime... moved the camera down in order to adjust the actor's equipment.

     
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