View Full Version : Apollo Pix Poll

2006-Apr-11, 01:49 AM
For NC......

2006-Apr-11, 02:45 AM
NC I deleted the thread with the poll that didn't work.

I went with other--they will use all of these argument and probably come up with something even more outlandish.

2006-Apr-11, 02:36 PM
I went with "claim they are faked".

They'll just say anything that supports their views.

Shame too.

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2006-Apr-11, 05:36 PM
Thanks, Obviousman and Duane! I appreciate it, I was pretty frustrated. The poll info showing up after I posted my opening remarks had me completely confused. Now, I see how it works.

As to the HBs, I think they'll most likely say that the pixs of the landing sites are hoaxed. Tends to fit with their belief that Apollo landings were faked. In their minds there simply aren't any remnants of landing sites...'cause we never landed to begin with! However, they might not even be able to manage that simple (but incorrect) use of logic.

2006-Apr-12, 01:32 PM
Isn't it telling that no one (as of this time) has picked the first choice.

2006-Apr-12, 08:42 PM
I selected "Claim the images are faked", but I feel it depends on the CTers leanings. Some may use #3 and others may use #4.

2006-Apr-15, 03:15 PM
I went for both #2 and #3. I reckon at pretty close split between the two.

2006-Apr-15, 03:29 PM
View Poll Results: When Apollo landing site pictures become available, what will the HBs do?
Realise that we did actually go there. 0 0%
Claim the images are faked. 28 70.00%
Claim the artifacts were placed there AFTER the Apollo programme. 16 40.00%
Other (tell us...). 2 5.00%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 40. You have already voted on this poll


I went with they'd just claim they were faked....

2006-Apr-15, 04:27 PM
I've noticed this previous, appartently the poll can be set to allow for you to pick more than one answer.

2006-Apr-15, 04:41 PM
I voted for the "Claim the artifact were placed after the Apollo missions". They probably know themselves that saying "the images are faked" makes one of their main points of discussion (photographic 'evidence') rediculous.