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Faked or Too Good to be True

Are clear sharp realistic looking UFO videos too good to be true?


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Peacekeeper

Skilled Investigator
I was young enough to remember watching the Apollo missions on live TV. There is no question the Saturn 5 launches were real, and there is way too much other evidence to believe the whole thing was faked. For example, they put mirrors on the Moon that astronomers can still use today to do measurements: Lunar Laser Ranging experiment - Wikipedia
Like I said I don't care about video tapes. I only care about hard evidence like actual machine plans. I don't trust the world that much. I stay sceptical but open mind about it. I don't have the interest or the money to verify anything about the lunar mission. Yes I've gotta see it for myself!
 
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USI Calgary

J. Randall Murphy
Staff member
Like I said I don't care about video tapes. I only care about hard evidence like actual machine plans. I don't trust the world that much. I stay sceptical but open mind about it. I don't have the interest or the money to verify anything about the lunar mission. Yes I've gotta see it for myself!
Fair enough. That being the case, a reflection off a mirror should be proof enough that such a mirror exists, and it can be verified that somebody put one on the Moon exactly where they said they did. You should even be able to visit the observatory that uses them from here on Earth to see an experiment in action. You might need to learn a little science to be sure you understand that it actually is real physical evidence, but it's possible.

If that isn't good enough, then plans are certainly no better. With your criteria ( having to see it yourself ), the only way you could know the Moon landing actually happened is to have been there when it happened. But how reasonable is it to always require firsthand knowledge before it can be safely assumed to be true? I guess the answer to that depends on how reasonable a person is when it comes to requiring evidence.

Here is where you'd go: APO Home Page
 
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Peacekeeper

Skilled Investigator
Fair enough. That being the case, a reflection off a mirror should be proof enough that such a mirror exists, and it can be verified that somebody put one on the Moon exactly where they said they did. You should even be able to visit the observatory that uses them from here on Earth to see an experiment in action. You might need to learn a little science to be sure you understand that it actually is real physical evidence, but it's possible.

If that isn't good enough, then plans are certainly no better. With your criteria ( having to see it yourself ), the only way you could know the Moon landing actually happened is to have been there when it happened. But how reasonable is it to always require firsthand knowledge before it can be safely assumed to be true? I guess the answer to that depends on how reasonable a person is when it comes to requiring evidence.

Here is where you'd go: APO Home Page
I don't live in the USA. But I don't doubt the lunar mission that much. It would be very illogical that the us president could give such an order to fake it and the usa would be known as the biggest liars of all time. :D
 

DROBNJAK

Paranormal Adept
One of the things that the Moon Landing Hoax believers often miss is that some of the NASA training exercises, including filming, took place near the Barringer meteor crater, and the old films ended-up stored in cardboard boxes at the abandoned Apollo program facilities after the program ended. Because they were never properly catalogued, it's not surprising that sooner or later footage that looks staged would surface, because essentially, it was staged, but that isn't evidence that nobody went to the Moon. They've just presented evidence out of context ( unknowingly or otherwise ).
Taking into the account Apollo program's legacy and it's monumental importance for a world as a whole it is very disappointing to hear how badly NASA handled records from that mission. They actually lost original tapes from Moon landing so they had to shoot image with the camera off-screen of the black and white TV. Totally pathetic. That's why future generations will only be able to see blurry and fuzzy footage of the first man on the Moon descending down the ladders. There really a subtitile: "Original footage lost due to incompetence of NASA byrocrats."
 


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