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    Did the US really land on the moon? This revealing documentary examines evidence that the moon landings were faked and that NASA is still lying about the space program. zg

    A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon
    VIDEO(46min)- http://video.google.ca/videoplay?doc...thing+way+moon

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    Zen I can't access this video can you fix it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    Did the US really land on the moon? This revealing documentary examines evidence that the moon landings were faked and that NASA is still lying about the space program. zg

    A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon
    VIDEO(46min)- http://video.google.ca/videoplay?doc...thing+way+moon
    Yes we did... I was at Canaveral in 69...no doubt whatsoever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daddybo View Post
    Yes we did... I was at Canaveral in 69...no doubt whatsoever.
    If you were at Cape Canaveral, then you could not have possibly witnessed the moon landing, unless you happened to have had a very powerful telescope with you at the time. The moon is roughly 239,000 miles from Cape Canaveral.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aslan View Post
    If you were at Cape Canaveral, then you could not have possibly witnessed the moon landing, unless you happened to have had a very powerful telescope with you at the time. The moon is roughly 239,000 miles from Cape Canaveral.
    I knew some bright lad would say that. No, I was not on the moon. But I've talked with several astronauts of the era and was at Canaveral for the Apollo 11 launch. I've even been in one of the capsules that later went into lunar orbit. I have a photo of the launch that I took with my Kodak. You ain't seen nothing until you've seen a Saturn Five liftoff in person. All this doesn't prove we actually landed on the moon, but the guys I've met/known that were involved with the program are not prone to fabrication. Very factual scientific guys. I could not possibly be convinced otherwise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daddybo View Post
    I knew some bright lad would say that. No, I was not on the moon. But I've talked with several astronauts of the era and was at Canaveral for the Apollo 11 launch. I've even been in one of the capsules that later went into lunar orbit. I have a photo of the launch that I took with my Kodak. You ain't seen nothing until you've seen a Saturn Five liftoff in person. All this doesn't prove we actually landed on the moon, but the guys I've met/known that were involved with the program are not prone to fabrication. Very factual scientific guys. I could not possibly be convinced otherwise.
    Nor would I want to convince thee otherwise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daddybo View Post
    Yes we did... I was at Canaveral in 69...no doubt whatsoever.
    We have an eyewitness. He saw 9/11 too. zg
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    Quote Originally Posted by daddybo View Post
    I knew some bright lad would say that. No, I was not on the moon. But I've talked with several astronauts of the era and was at Canaveral for the Apollo 11 launch. I've even been in one of the capsules that later went into lunar orbit. I have a photo of the launch that I took with my Kodak. You ain't seen nothing until you've seen a Saturn Five liftoff in person. All this doesn't prove we actually landed on the moon, but the guys I've met/known that were involved with the program are not prone to fabrication. Very factual scientific guys. I could not possibly be convinced otherwise.
    Funny thing is that most of them are G-D fearing Christians and
    they REFUSE to swear to the landing with their hand on the Bible. zg
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    Quote Originally Posted by aslan View Post
    Nor would I want to convince thee otherwise.
    PS--Thanks for the "lad" bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aslan View Post
    PS--Thanks for the "lad" bit.
    Get along with ya laddy. zg
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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    Funny thing is that most of them are G-D fearing Christians and
    they REFUSE to swear to the landing with their hand on the Bible. zg
    Where is preacher? He might have seen something as well.
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    Apollo 11: 5 Little-Known Facts About the Moon Landing
    Anne Minard
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    July 21, 2009

    Millions may have experienced the Apollo 11 moon landing on TV—and now, 40 years later, online. But a few facts remain just outside the realm of common knowledge, including ...

    1. Aldrin Took Secret Communion
    Before leaving the Apollo 11 moon-landing module, U.S. astronaut Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin took a Christian Communion, including a wafer and a thimbleful of wine from a kit prepared by his pastor. Neil Armstrong "watched respectfully, but made no comment to me at the time," Aldrin recalled.

    Atheism advocate Madelyn Murray O'Hair, who objected to government employees praying publicly, was suing NASA at the time, so Aldrin kept the act private.

    2. Mementos Left on Moon

    Along with their backpacks, an American flag, and half the Apollo 11 moon-landing module, Armstrong and Aldrin left some sentimental mementos on the surface of the moon, including:

    • A patch from the never-launched Apollo 1 mission, which ended prematurely when flames engulfed the command module during a 1967 training exercise, killing three U.S. astronauts;

    • medals commemorating pioneering Soviet cosmonauts Vladimir Komarov and Yuri Gagarin, who had died in flight in 1967 and 1968, respectively;

    • goodwill messages from 73 world leaders; and

    • a small gold pin shaped like an olive branch, a symbol of peace.

    3. U.S. President Had Speech Ready in Case of Disaster

    President Richard Nixon's speechwriter William Safire wrote a speech in case the Apollo 11 moonwalkers missed the rendezvous with the orbiting command module to return to Earth.

    Among the sentiments: "These brave men, Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin, know that there is no hope for their recovery. But they also know that there is hope for mankind in their sacrifice."

    4. Between Homecoming and Oblivion Stood ... a Pen?

    While on the moon, one of the astronauts knocked loose the circuit breaker responsible for igniting the engine that would propel the Apollo 11 astronauts back to the orbiting command module—their only ride home.

    Aldrin used a felt tip pen to push the breaker back into place.

    5. American Flag Bit the Dust

    As the Apollo 11 astronauts blasted off from the moon, flying dust and debris toppled the first American flag planted on the moon.


    Sources: Magnificent Desolation by Buzz Aldrin and Moon Shot by Alan Shepard and Deke Slayton.

    More Apollo 11 Moon Landing 40th Anniversary Coverage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katweezel View Post
    ...flames engulfed the command module during a 1967 training exercise, killing three U.S. astronauts;
    They were whacked. zg
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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    We have an eyewitness. He saw 9/11 too. zg
    I don't recall ever saying I saw 9/11 except on t.v. But I will tell you this ... and not with great pride... but you'll love it. I confess, I'm kin to Al Gore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daddybo View Post
    I don't recall ever saying I saw 9/11 except on t.v. But I will tell you this ... and not with great pride... but you'll love it. I confess, I'm kin to Al Gore.
    Zg likes to push the envelope.

    Nothing to be ashamed of. He cough...gulp...snur...glurp...ah...means well. There's a black sheep in every family, extended families, too. BTW, here's a picture of my pride and joy.
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