...did you know this...?
We didn't really go to the moon?
It was all a setup.
It's considered a fact by many people.
Didn't you see the flag moving as if there was wind?
There's is NO wind in space.
You can watch the whole thing on youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUOItuKm5UE
Just thought I'd let you know ;)
- Anonymous1 decade agoBest Answer
I know thats crazy I watched the video over and over and did some research on my own :)
A moon landing is the arrival of an intact manned or unmanned spacecraft on the surface of a planet's natural satellite. The concept has been a goal of humankind since it was first appreciated that the Moon is Earth's closest large celestial body. One of the clearest early examples of the concept in fiction was Jules Verne's novel From the Earth to the Moon, written in 1865. Since the Soviet Union first succeeded in implementing the concept in 1966, this term referred to eighteen spacecraft landings on the Moon through 1976. Nine of these missions returned to Earth bearing samples of moon rocks.
The United States achieved the first manned landing on Earth's Moon as part of the Apollo 11 mission commanded by Neil Armstrong. On July 20, 1969, Armstrong, accompanied by Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin, landed the lunar module Eagle on the surface of the Moon. Armstrong and Aldrin spent a day on the surface of the Moon before returning to Earth. A total of six such manned moon landings were carried out between 1969 and 1972.
The Soviet Union later achieved sample returns via the unmanned Luna 16, Luna 20 and Luna 24 moon landings. Since this was during the time of the Cold War, the contest to be the first on the Moon was one of the most visible facets of the space race.
Progress in space exploration has since broadened the phrase to include other moons in the solar system as well. The Huygens probe of the Cassini mission to Saturn performed a successful unmanned moon landing on Titan in 2005. Similarly, the Soviet probe Phobos 2 came within 120 miles (190 km) of performing an unmanned moon landing on Mars' moon Phobos in 1989 before radio contact with that lander was suddenly lost. There is widespread interest in performing a future moon landing on Jupiter's moon Europa to drill down and explore the possible liquid water ocean beneath its icy surface.
Its soo crazy how the flag moves so it has to be a hoax oh and if there WAS camera man wouldnt he have stepped on the moon first?
Look at old footage or pictures of the flag Neil Armstrong planted on the moon. The image of the flag looks as if it is fluttering, but since wind is absent on the moon, this has raised eyebrows of conspiracy theorists.
Step2Take into consideration the temperature on the moon. Temperatures on the moon change from one extreme to the next and can cause irreversible damage to a camera exposed to such elements. Contemplate how pictures and footage can be taken in those conditions.
Step3Study how gravity works on the moon. The theory is suggested that the astronauts should not have been heavy enough to leave footprints on the moon, but yet they are seen in photographs.
Step4Look at how the pictures taken are clear and concise. The X-rays from the sun would blur the pictures if they were in the area. Thousands of pictures taken on the day of the landing are still being analyzed to this day by various certified and noncertified experts.
Why Others Say It Was True
Step1Consider that the flag pole was made of aluminum. The moon's surface is hard, making pole insertion difficult. Therefore, once it was implanted, the vibrations coming from the pole and from the constant prodding of the astronaut can give the illusion that the flag was fluttering in the wind.
Step2Deny the notion that the cameras used to take pictures could not withstand the elements of the moon. NASA had invented new technology way before it hit the public. They had already developed portable cameras and other devices that were not made public until years later.
Step3Look at actual rocks that were collected if you are near Houston's Johnson Space Center Building. It is located in Building 31.
Step4Understand that it was possible to leave footprints in the sand. The lunar dust on the moon is nothing like the sand on Earth. The slightest touch can leave an imprint that will not blow away since there is no wind; therefore, when stepped on, the dust will retain the shape.
Step5Take this and other factors into consideration when debating if the moon landing was indeed a hoax. For every argument for the hoax, there is evidence to suggest otherwise.
- 1 decade ago
The flag moving could have been caused by anything. It could have been a solar wind, or maybe vibrations from the flag-pole.
Maybe you should pick yourself up off your ärse, and spend a bit more time out of your parents' basement.
- YooH8M3?Lv 41 decade ago
nah not really interesting, i watch first part and didn't want to get the 2nd part. I seen photo of this thing too. it's on a site :-\ but w/e lol
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Yeah I knew that.
But theres one thing that confuses me.
How do they know that there is cheese on the moon if they never went there!
Somethings not right...Source(s): LOL
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
ha its not a fact ur just retarded
...look up solar wind, and then get a brain
and try to use it