Re: Theos-World Re: Fake Moon Shots
Mar 07, 2008 03:48 PM
by Leon Maurer
Where didi you get the idea that the Moon's rays were poisonous? The
light we see on the moon is simply the reflection of the Sun's rays.
If direct sunlight might be harmful to us without the shielding of
the atmosphere and the Van Allen belt -- it could not harm the
astronauts -- whose space suits have sufficient shielding to protect
them against all harmful radiation. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Thermal_Micrometeoroid_Garment Medical evidence shows that the
original moon astronauts all did suffer from slight radiation
poisoning -- which, apparently, explains some of their untimely
deaths. For more on space suits, see: http://www.chron.com/disp/
The moon has no atmosphere and the layer of dust on its surface is
relatively thin. The actual surface is quite solid -- as evidenced
by the moon rocks brought back by the Astronauts. I don't think the
moon is disintegrating... Since, without an atmosphere, or wind and
water, what is there to erode it? The craters that pock mark its
surface were caused by either meteoroid or asteroid strikes (or, as
some say, plasma blasts) countless millions of years ago.
As for securing the lander... The moon has about one sixth of the
Earths gravity -- which is quite sufficient to hold down a heavy
spacecraft with widespread landing pads. It also is enough to hold
down the astronauts as they walked around chipping off and picking up
rocks -- since they would each weight at least 60-70 pounds with
their heavy space suits, and back pack oxygen tanks.
On Mar 6, 2008, at 3/6/087:13 PM, Cass Silva wrote:
> The jury is still out for me Leon. If the Moon's rays are
> poisonous to us here on Earth, wouldn't they have had a serious
> effect on the Astronauts who were in closer contact with them.
> When we look up are we looking at a physical disintegration of the
> moon, or is it an astral disintegration, or both? Wouldn't this
> disintegration effect the atmosphere of the Moon? Even if it were
> just psychic. If he Moon has decayed to the point where its
> surface is cosmic dust how would the spacecraft have been secured?
> I am asking these questions in all honesty, I don't care if I am
> wrong. Whether we reached the moon or not in 69 will not and has
> not effected me personally, so my questions are asked to seek
> answers, so that I can form a conclusion.
> Leon Maurer <email@example.com> wrote:
> Since the Van Allen radiation belts are confined to an
> area which
> extends about 65° from the celestial equator -there is plenty of
> room to get around them when a manned lander or probe is sent into
> space. As for the Hubble, it is in low earth orbit, well inside the
> Van Allen belts. In any event, it doesn't have enough power to
> resolve more than about 200 meters on the surface of the Moon. And,
> the flag is less than 2 meters in width. After studying all the
> scientific evidence countering all the hoax theory claims, I am now
> certain the moon landing occurred as it was reported and recorded.
> On Mar 5, 2008, at 3/5/086:26 PM, Cass Silva wrote:
>> I just had an afterthought. Where abouts does Hubble live,
>> before or beyond the Van Allen Belt?
>> Leon Maurer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> --- In email@example.com, Cass Silva
>> <silva_cass@...> wrote:
>>> Awesome video on the Apollo mission and how they faked it.. (Earth
>>> shots etc)
>>> (http://www. youtube.com/ watch?v=xUGRngAh BI)
>> Since the Russians have photos of our moon landing site -- that video
>> is about as much evidence of it not happening as the Holocaust
>> deniers have who claim we faked that history. Anyone who has access
>> to a powerful enough telescope can easily check to see if the US flag
>> is still there. It's wise to take everything you see on YouTube with
>> a grain of salt. The camera can lie just as easily as people --- and
>> sometimes, even better. (Not to say that the government spooks might
>> not have been prepared to fake it if the actual landing didn't come
>> off ;-)
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