Re: Faked moon landing? Update -- Shock in Amsterdam
Sep 02, 2009 06:11 AM
Sorry, it was Christina who wrote about the fake url, not Cass.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "sampsakuukasjarvi" <sampsakuukasjarvi@...> wrote:
> Cass, the last two letters of the link given by Frank didn't come properly so that they could connect to the site. It is Yahoo's fault. The technology of this forum is very old-fashioned. You can copy the link (with last two letters) and paste it into your browser's site row. Then it works.
> I believe Frank is right in his suspicion. There is something strange in how a lot of evidence about Moon flights has disappered. We can google "moon hoax" and see that the internet is full of sceptical information about Moon flights. Here is just one conspiracy site:
> (And again, if the url doesn't work, you can copy the address and paste it into browser)
> There is of course 360 kilos of real moon rocks on Earth, but sceptics say they are from meteors found in Antarctis or have been brought from Moon without astronauts...
> --- In email@example.com, "c.leest" <c.leest@> wrote:
> > Wha is fake, also this url is error, not to be find.
> > Christina
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