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Never went to the Moon, eh? Well, this is for all you who doubt .....
Astronauts' tracks, trash seen in new moon photos - Yahoo! News
Wow.. classy reply from a Paracast Moderator.
Wow Pixel, you just won't let it go. We get it. You hate the fact that I'm a moderator! You don't like my style, blah, blah, blah, Bob Loblaw....
I guess you think less of Don because he "thanked" my post. Get over yourself, and if you have a complaint, feel free to let Gene know.
I do not think less of Don, I have the HIGHEST respect for him even if he does think moon landing skeptics are assholes. Don knows enough not to call people assholes when wearing his Moderator hat. I did report your post because it may make the forums an intimidating place to be when moderators are calling people assholes. If i said everyone who disagrees with me are assholes you can bet I would get banned or at least warned. I think you should be warned, banned or stripped of your Mod status... immediately.
I sent an email to the LRO NASA Public/Media relations and project management team. I asked them how the public would go about getting access to the high resolution images. It has been 3 days since I sent the email. What are your opinions on how long I should wait before writing a followup email?
No-fly zones will come into effect on the moon for the very first time by the end of this month! Why, even buffer zones that spacecraft may have to avoid will come into existence. The reason: avoiding any spraying of rocket exhaust or dust onto certain historical sites and artefacts on the moon.
Sept. 7, 2011: As early as Sept. 8th, NASA's GRAIL mission will blast off to uncover some of the mysteries beneath the surface of the Moon. That cratered gray exterior hides some tantalizing things – even, perhaps, a long-lost companion.
One word.... "Photoshop". Thats what they are saying you know. Photoshop. I heard it twice yesterday. They will sell more books "exposing this new and obvious facet to the coverup". I can almost hear Hoagland frantically cackling to himself as he klacks away on his circa 1995 Toshiba laptop.
Angelo, I really believe that time cannot be slowed.
And that time travel is impossible.
But so do men with PhDs who are smarter than I.
If you read that link I posted, you'll read some of their work.