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Magnificent Desolation
2002-Apr-03, 08:59 AM
Yesterday, April 2, Jonathan Griffitts posted a piece in sci.space.history about the April 2002 issue of "Muse Magazine".

URL:

http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=s00cv5Z9rhq8EAfI%40qadas.com&output=gplain

Remember that Phil wrote an article for Muse Magazine about the Moon Hoax ? Well, Jonathan Griffitts writes:

"Kudos to "Muse" for putting forth this effort to reach kids with these
warnings about conspiracy theories. "

So ... thatīs kudos to you too, Phil. (Jonathanīs son subscribes to Muse mag)

Anyway, Griffitts also writes:

(Quote:)

"Later there's a satirical rebuttal by "Dr. Hieronymous Lunatick, Ph.D,
D.D.S, F.R.S" titled "Those Pesky Moon Landings again!" which is
hilarious. An excerpt:

"I have spent the last three decades investigating the truth. A
shadowy group known only as NASA (National Association of pSeudo
Astronauts) created a lie. Only a few people (me) have the courage to
stand up to this conspiracy. I may die for speaking out -- maybe even
before finishing this article. So read quickly.
"In my lecture, "We SO Didn't Go to the Moon," which I give
regularly in my basement, I set out hard evidence that proves the Apollo
program was a monstrous hoax. . . ."

(End of quote)

Sounds like an interesting mag for us more or less grown-ups as well !! /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif

URL:

http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=s00cv5Z9rhq8EAfI%40qadas.com&output=gplain

PS: Say, Phil, you wouldnīt happen to know, who this "Dr. Hieronymous Lunatick" REALLY is, would you ? /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif

"Magnificent Desolation"



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The Bad Astronomer
2002-Apr-03, 03:21 PM
I got an email the other day from someone about the Muse issue; it mught have been him (I get a lot of email and the names blur a bit sometimes). The story is the same, anyway.

2002-Oct-08, 01:56 PM
On 2002-04-03 03:59, Magnificent Desolation wrote:
Yesterday, April 2, Jonathan Griffitts posted a piece in sci.space.history about the April 2002 issue of "Muse Magazine".

URL:

http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=s00cv5Z9rhq8EAfI%40qadas.com&output=gplain

Remember that Phil wrote an article for Muse Magazine about the Moon Hoax ? Well, Jonathan Griffitts writes:

"Kudos to "Muse" for putting forth this effort to reach kids with these
warnings about conspiracy theories. "

So ... thatīs kudos to you too, Phil. (Jonathanīs son subscribes to Muse mag)

Anyway, Griffitts also writes:

(Quote:)

"Later there's a satirical rebuttal by "Dr. Hieronymous Lunatick, Ph.D,
D.D.S, F.R.S" titled "Those Pesky Moon Landings again!" which is
hilarious. An excerpt:

"I have spent the last three decades investigating the truth. A
shadowy group known only as NASA (National Association of pSeudo
Astronauts) created a lie. Only a few people (me) have the courage to
stand up to this conspiracy. I may die for speaking out -- maybe even
before finishing this article. So read quickly.
"In my lecture, "We SO Didn't Go to the Moon," which I give
regularly in my basement, I set out hard evidence that proves the Apollo
program was a monstrous hoax. . . ."

(End of quote)

Sounds like an interesting mag for us more or less grown-ups as well !! /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif

URL:

http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=s00cv5Z9rhq8EAfI%40qadas.com&output=gplain

PS: Say, Phil, you wouldnīt happen to know, who this "Dr. Hieronymous Lunatick" REALLY is, would you ? /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif

"Magnificent Desolation"



<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: Magnificent Desolation on 2002-04-03 04:10 ]</font>
to be edited after 7:06 A.M. October 8, 2002