Probably because...they weren't fake.|
Reply #1. Jul 17 11, 8:23 AM
Where is your proof that they were faked? I have been hearing people say this for years but they can never show me any evidence. I want concrete proof before I make a decision. Thank you! :)|
Reply #2. Jul 17 11, 8:54 AM
The concrete proof is the space race that the US and USSR spent so much money on. What really baffles me is that some folks out there can't get it through their little minds that mankind was and is capable of manned missions to other worlds. What is so hard to understand about man's capabilities? What has passed from 1903 to the present is astounding. Wrap your heads around this unbelievers. |
Reply #3. Jul 17 11, 10:04 AM
callie_ross, maybe you didn't see the n apostrophe t after were. I'm on the side of the truth.|
Reply #4. Jul 17 11, 10:08 AM
Why do people cotton on to conspiracy theories and stick to them regardless of evidence that they are poppycock? By the way, wildwohl, it's "why has no one come (not came) out..." |
Reply #5. Jul 19 11, 10:21 AM
Wildwohl, the moon landings were definitely faked. It all started when the US Navy opened a worm hole during the Philadelphia experiment. The anomaly in the space time continuum attracted the attention of the advanced alien civilizations that landed in Rosewell, NM in the late 1940's. The aliens struck an agreement with the Kennedy administration to help with the Apollo program in return Kennedy was going to introduce them to Marilyn Monroe. Kennedy went back on his word. That is why the aliens "took care" of Ms. Monroe, while making her death look like a suicide. Several years later the aliens assassinated President Kennedy, framing Lee Harvey Oswald in the process. Without the alien support NASA was unable to actually send man to the moon. That is why they filmed all of the moon missions from a sound stage in Burbank, CA. The reason that no one ever talked about the faked moon landings is we stole one of those mind erase lights from the aliens and used it everyone involved on the Apollo projects. Simple as that, or is it?|
Reply #6. Jul 19 11, 11:27 AM
Boxjaw: I wasn't even speaking to you at all! I was addressing the creator of this thread, Wildwohl. He is the one insinuating that the moon landings are fake. Why would I be saying it to you, when I know how to read & I read your comment? |
Reply #7. Jul 19 11, 12:41 PM
That's no moon.|
Reply #8. Jul 19 11, 2:48 PM
Yes,there is. It's made of cheese,and tastes so good NASA are keeping it all for themselves.
But tomorrow IS the 42nd anniversary of the day Neil Armstrong DID walk on the surface of the Moon. :))
Reply #9. Jul 20 11, 5:54 AM
Ok, Red. Whatever you say.|
By the way, I have a very nice piece of land available for purchase. It's close to a swamp. :)
(I don't know if the landing was real or not. What did we learn from it? Golf can be played anywhere!)
Reply #10. Jul 20 11, 7:23 AM
My apologies callie_ross. It just seemed as if it was being addressed to me. So sorry.|
Reply #11. Jul 20 11, 1:59 PM
Besides playing golf anywhere. We learned that we could do it.|
Reply #12. Jul 21 11, 12:17 PM
In spite of having been a skeptic about most events since I was a child, I choose to believe that the moonwalk actually took place, NOT in Nevada, but on Luna. I hope if it's proven otherwise, that it's AFTER my time.|
Reply #13. Jul 21 11, 12:25 PM
I don't think the thread creator was insinuating the landings were faked and I also don't think that the conspiracy loons are necessarily doubting mankind's abilities. I think they're doubting Americans' abilities.|
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Reply #15. Jul 27 11, 12:06 PM
“I don't think the thread creator was insinuating the landings were faked and I also don't think that the conspiracy loons are necessarily doubting mankind's abilities. I think they're doubting Americans' abilities.”|
GG... I think most people outside of America also think.
Reply #16. Jul 27 11, 12:44 PM
Hey SMW, before you go around putting down America remember if it wasn't for us you would have been raised speaking German. Just curious, what do you consider to be the highlight of the British space program?|
Reply #17. Aug 01 11, 6:25 AM
mhenson.................Shall we say - I disagree instead of the word that springs to mind!|
Doubtless you have been brought up to the Hollywood myth that WW2 was won solely by the good old US of A!
Reply #18. Aug 01 11, 7:45 AM
Or perhaps, C30, that if it weren't for the British, Americans would be speaking French.|
Reply #19. Aug 01 11, 7:50 AM
Do we have to fight over the fact we all have an opinion?|
Wars were fought by many countries. Some as allies, some not.
If it were not for all of those who risked their lives, for freedom, we might all be speaking another language.
So, rather than diminish their sacrifice, I will just say.....
Thank you to all the people and countries who took the steps to ensure I am free, happy and contrary as heck.
I can say please, thank you, may I and where is the bathroom in 5 languages. Perhaps I am incorrect and I should be learning other, less friendly, phrases.
As far as the moon landings...they sure cost a bunch, Branson seems to be making progress and I am willing to give up my seat on the first shuttle to a new planet. I've too much to do here.
Were they fake, were they real? Were the television broadcasts all a massive attempt to fool the world into believing the moon is not made of cheese but of dust?
It's a lot like the question of "how many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Roll"....the world will never really know.
Reply #20. Aug 01 11, 8:32 AM
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