The Moon Landing
Posted 01 September 2012 - 06:54 PM
I thought I would start a debate on the moon landing,that NASA supposodley had in the 60s'. It has been debated,that if it was a hoax,or a real landing for decades,so I thought I would start a topic to debate on it.
Posted 01 September 2012 - 07:34 PM
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Posted 02 September 2012 - 11:08 AM
In Belgium there's a guy called Mark Peeters (pseudonym) who goes around studentcitys proclaiming not only that the moonlanding was fake, but that spaceflight in a whole is non-existant. He come into our aula's between two courses and starts debating with all the students there. His theory is that the required speed to escape from earths gravitational field is 28.000 km/hour and that this speed has never been achieved by any manned vehicle. This is right if you wanted to shoot/throw something into space, spaceships however carry rockets on board meaning they can keep accelerating after launch. Mark Peeters will pay 1.000 euros to any person who can prove he travelled faster than 2.800 km/hour. He uses a pseudonym because he is afraid NASA will send assassins after him. Oh, and the contraceptive pill makes women ugly and is being advertised by the belgian state for some complot. I heard he also had some ideas about 9/11, but I never heard him about it. One thing's for sure: if he shows up, the aula suddenly gets a lot fuller, he's becoming a local attraction
People like that make life worth it...
Posted 02 September 2012 - 11:17 AM
Posted 04 September 2012 - 10:18 PM
ive personally seen a plane travel at mach 5, thats 5 times the speed of sound the man you refer to shadowgrin is quite frankly a blathering idiot.
Posted 05 September 2012 - 02:08 AM
Of course its real. Why on Earth will there be anyone that thinks its a hoax tbh. Curiosity landed on Mars and its real. Within the next few decades, Humans will take the first step on Mars.
But Curiosity was an unmanned landing - whereas Apollo had humans, so the risks are further intensified.
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