View Full Version : Why I Don't Believe We Landed On The Moon

2002-Nov-24, 03:31 AM

2002-Nov-24, 03:49 AM
I suppose common sense played a role to.

Conqueror Worm
2002-Nov-24, 04:16 AM

Conqueror Worm
2002-Nov-24, 04:17 AM
I mean B.S.

2002-Nov-24, 04:56 AM
On 2002-11-23 22:31, Tommy wrote:

That's sure some very laughable proof.

I propose that you answer a few questions that I have given to every hoax believer who has posted on this and several other BB that I belong too. If you do, you'll be the most famous HB ever and I'll support the HB position.

1. Provide a thermal analysis that shows that the Hassalblad cameras got hot or cold enough to damage the film they contained.

2. Provide an analysis that shows that the LM's descent engine produced a blast crater.

The best response I've ever seen is that I'm not an engineer so I don't know how to do that. At least it was honest.

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2002-Nov-24, 05:00 AM
SaturnV. "What are you implying?"
Tommy. "What are you saying?"
Coincidence? I think not.
This is my first post to this board, I have sat back, watched and learnt. There is a wealth of knowledge on this site, and as far as I am concerned, all the answers to all the conspiracy theories.
Now, what was that song about Tommy?
That deaf dumb and blind kid!
Seems to fit. What am I implying/saying?

2002-Nov-24, 02:58 PM

Start here. It should be added that things like his discussion of the TETR-A satellite proves that Bart Sibrel has little or no understanding of space science and the Apollo mission plans. Further, his "secret, unlabelled" film has been available to the public for decades and can be purchased commercially. The reader who does that has the advantage, because you can't tell what's going on in Sibrel's heavily edited, voiced-over version. Why is Bart Sibrel so afraid of showing you the raw footage? Is he afraid you'll draw the "wrong" conclusion unless he's there to aggressively "interpret" it for you?