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Exodust
2007-Jul-30, 08:18 PM
Hey guys! I know most of the people here are rather influenced by Phil Plait's questionable debunking of the proofs of the NASA moon conspiracy. Well, I have new for you guys. A few months ago, NASA's main-frame was hacked and thousands of previously unseen photos from the 'Moon Landings' were found. These images have been studied thoroughly by some of the world's best scientists. And they have come to the conclusion that NASA has after all, deceived millions of people. Read the following link for more info:

http://www.stuffucanuse.com/fake_moon_landings/moon_landings.htm

Dave J
2007-Jul-30, 09:08 PM
So long as those little buggars aren't carnivorous, imagine what this revelation will do for space tourism!!
(yeah, we've seen these guys before)

Swift
2007-Jul-30, 09:52 PM
LIES, LIES, LIES
Everyone knows the moon (http://content.answers.com/main/content/wp/en/8/8b/A_Grand_Day_Out.png) is made of cheese (http://moon.google.com/) (zoom all the way in on the google map page).

Grand_Lunar
2007-Jul-30, 11:31 PM
Pah! That's what THEY want you to think!

The moon is really a giant ant nest, with ME as it's ruler!

EDG
2007-Jul-31, 12:48 AM
Aw, I miss the Clangers! :)

(for all you americans and other non-brits, these are actually from a childrens TV show from the 1970s in the UK called The Clangers. They're the mouse-like guys there, and they lived on the moon, whistled to eachother to communicate, and had lots of adventures :))

JayUtah
2007-Jul-31, 01:02 AM
Yep, the Clangers make one or two appearances a year around here.

Count Zero
2007-Jul-31, 01:21 AM
Yep, the Clangers make one or two appearances a year around here.

Which makes it the only "hoax claim" that I don't mind seeing repeated, occasionally. ;)

Van Rijn
2007-Jul-31, 01:57 AM
Aw, I miss the Clangers! :)

(for all you americans and other non-brits, these are actually from a childrens TV show from the 1970s in the UK called The Clangers. They're the mouse-like guys there, and they lived on the moon, whistled to eachother to communicate, and had lots of adventures :))

Ah, I was wondering about references to "The Clangers." Thanks, here's the Wikipedia page on it:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clangers

OneHotJupiter
2007-Jul-31, 01:24 PM
Man , I HAVE been duped! Those photo's are priceless , NASA how could you have kept this from us?

NEOWatcher
2007-Jul-31, 01:49 PM
Yep, the Clangers make one or two appearances a year around here.

Which makes it the only "hoax claim" that I don't mind seeing repeated, occasionally. ;)

ToSeeked, almost two years ago (http://www.bautforum.com/619794-post7.html) to a thread that was already a year and a half old.
In other words, A 3 year ToSeek (http://www.bautforum.com/482630-post1.html).

Sticks
2007-Jul-31, 02:11 PM
I can not get the link to work

Sticks
2007-Jul-31, 02:14 PM
Got it now

Ha Ha

Damien Evans
2007-Jul-31, 03:22 PM
Hey guys! I know most of the people here are rather influenced by Phil Plait's questionable debunking of the proofs of the NASA moon conspiracy. Well, I have new for you guys. A few months ago, NASA's main-frame was hacked and thousands of previously unseen photos from the 'Moon Landings' were found. These images have been studied thoroughly by some of the world's best scientists. And they have come to the conclusion that NASA has after all, deceived millions of people. Read the following link for more info:

http://www.stuffucanuse.com/fake_moon_landings/moon_landings.htm

for a second i thought you were serious

Tucson_Tim
2007-Jul-31, 03:24 PM
Wow. The Moon is a lot smaller than I thought. :lol:

http://www.stuffucanuse.com/fake_moon_landings/moon_landings.htm

mugaliens
2007-Aug-01, 06:40 PM
ToSeeked, almost two years ago (http://www.bautforum.com/619794-post7.html) to a thread that was already a year and a half old.
In other words, A 3 year ToSeek (http://www.bautforum.com/482630-post1.html).

Is that a record?

NEOWatcher
2007-Aug-01, 06:43 PM
Is that a record?
Pretty rare, but I doubt it's a record.

I think it's more surprising that the originally linked page is still intact for that long.

Van Rijn
2007-Aug-02, 09:00 AM
for a second i thought you were serious

Are you sure he isn't serious?

















;)

Maksutov
2007-Aug-04, 09:31 AM
Oldie but goodie!

BTW, since the Moon's diameter is ~3474 km, those clangers are huge!

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I, for one, welcome our clanger overlords!

;)