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In the movie Casino Royale James Bond crashes into a dome. Inside are 2 men in astronaut gear ‘floating’ around as if they were in the moon’s atmosphere, weightless. The ceiling of the inside of the dome is painted to look as if it were black space, with stars, earth, etc. Bond isn’t affected by lack of gravity, since there is no lack of it, and steals the moon vehicle and crashes out of the dome into a parking lot and escapes. This book, as were all the first 007 books, was written by Ian Fleming, who had been in British intelligence before the James Bond books. The dome is owned by Willard White, a rich industralist of some type who lives in the top of a motel in Vegas, and hasn’t been seen in 3 years. The major plot of the movie is White has been kidnapped. Sounds like Howard Hughes. Hughes was credited for cooperating with the CIA in building a boat to recover a lost Soviet sub. Maybe Ian Fleming was giving us a hint.
Apollo Moon Landing
if others dont believe the stepping up of man on to the moon then why dont nasa can prepare other project and send one more person to prove that they are right.
a.navaneethakrishnan wrote: if others dont believe the stepping up of man on to the moon then why dont nasa can prepare other project and send one more person to prove that they are right. ——————————————————-
The answer to that question is another question: Why bother? Just to go up there and prove it can be done is silly, since we are talking about risking a persons life just to go “I told you so”. It also wouldn’t prove anything since the conspiracy theorists would still say they didn’t do it in 1969, and we only just had the technology to go up to the moon, AKA: The conspiracy is still possibly valid.
There are only two real reason for continuing the moon landings: 1: The moon is mineral rich. If a technique can be devised for getting the minerals off the moon and onto earth, it would make whatever country who did it very rich.
2: Exploration of Mars. Making a moon base would knock three days off of the journey, making the trips a lot less expensive. Also the lower gravity would mean less take off fuel is needed, again less money spent. Also making a moon base would be a better testing ground then a Mars base. Since the moon is closer to the earth and can be change faster if needed.
A recent satalite has orbited and took detailed pictures of the moon ie like google earth but for some strange reason no pictures have returned or been on the news to show apollo landing sites thus proving one way or the other the conspiracy theory I WONDER WHY !!!!!
it was,nt a hoax you morons. you might aswell say that nobody has ever been to the north pole..and so on if you dont think anything is true then you need help..now shut up going on about it and get a life
you are all nerds with nothing better to do than make up bullshit about the american governent. they may suck but they don’t fake moon landings and blow up their own buildings.
while you were making up this crap, other NORMAL people were with their GIRLFRIENDS which i doubt any of you have ever had. and you are all probably 40-something and still living with your parents playing World of Warcraft all day.
GET LIVES YOU STUPID NERDS!!!!!!
Hey Joe why waste your time reading stuff on the internet looking for people to argue with, go get a life. or better yet an education
I don’t believe that NASA landed on the moon. That doesn’t make me a “conspiracy theorist” or a “hoax believer,” just a serious skeptic who finds the evidence contrary. Hoax-debunkers miss the point: the burden of proof is on NASA. They say things like, the flags motion could have been harmonic motion caused by Armstrong moving it (I’ve run the video over and over and I don’t think that fits). They say photographic anomalies could have been caused by earth light or color bleeding. These are weak rebuttals because they are possibilities, not certainties. It’s not incumbent on the unbeliever to prove anything, simply to keep an open mind to the most convincing evidence. I am not convinced. I certainly believe the government could pull off such a hoax, especially compartmentalized as it is. Big scandals like Watergate, Iran-contra, and the small number of people who admitted to knowing about them – even when they were uncovered and prosecuted – convince me it’s possible. NASA hasn’t shown it impossible just yet, and seems arrogant to not even be trying. Its attitude seems to be that anyone who mistrusts the government is a moron. Rather, anyone who trusts the government implicitly is naive.
I’m sure we have all seen the evidence and, like me, are convinced it was all a bunch of bad fakery…. Here is the latest proof for ya… They have excuse after excuse why we can’t see the hardware at the landing sites on the moon…even with hubble. hmmm…for some reason land based and hubble can see the hardware from “opportunity” landing on Mars….Mars is a little further than the moon. So…do some browsing and try to disprove this one too.
Hey Kozz, why do you think that it is up to NASA to prove something you would think has conclusive proof, in the form of thousands of hours of footage and stills, independantly varified telemetry and Lunar samples? Don’t you think the burden of proof would lie with those who are in effect saying “ok, well APART from all that, what evidence do you have?” This is the one popular idea that just flummoxes me: every time I see these arguements, I ask – what about the fricken rocks man? They cannot be faked, they could not be picked up by a remote rover. One of them is the size of your head. It’s just ludicrous. Oh and Mike B: That is not proof. That is called ignorance. They have not imaged the rovers with Hubble, those images are from orbiting satellites. Orbiting mars, that is.
ignorance is not knowing that meteors can hit the moon, eject rocks from the moon, moon rocks land on earth and are sorted out from other “meteors” that have come to earth. And anyways I have rocks in my back yard that look exactly like those “moon” rocks… Yes i don’t want to believe in this hoax junk either…but I am also in touch with reality as well…just as science has killed alot of my religous beliefs. The truth is depressing….but I’d rather not live in la la land either.