[geocentrism] Re: Earth and science

Jack L
From Jack Lewis Sat Sep 1 22:52:19 2007
I had a quick look at your site but it is a video. Remember I said I wasn't 
interested in videos because of time and volume?
You may not recall but you and I have been down this route of my site/your site 
in the past. I think you've come to the conclusion that when we look at a tree, 
you see a poplar and I see a conifer. I doubt that that is going to change but 
I live in hope. |[:-)
You also asked Regarding this rehearsing how many times did Armstrong test fly 
the LEM? If he did how did they simulate flying in 1/6th gravity? Speaking from 
memory, I think what they did was use one (or more) motors to provide fixed 
thrust equal to 5/6 ths of the weight of the vehicle with other motor(s) under 
the pilot's control. This allows learning how the vehicle responds to changing 
thrust provided by a motor whose thrust is way less than 100% of the vehicle's 
mass but more than its weight differential. It was a complicated machine! Also 
from memory, there were more than 200 flights made by just the first two of 
five vehicles. If you were the responsible officer in NASA, would you have been 
satisfied with just one unsuccessful flight undertaken by the first luna lander 
pilot?
Now -- 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon'?. No I haven't seen it 
but I have read critiques of it and discussion about it. I think I've got 
enough information to justify my present opinion. It was Bart Sibrel wasn't it? 
I think it was. I'm sorry Jack but this guy is living in another world. But 
thank you for your offer anyway.
Tell me -- did you read the Da Vinci Code? Either way -- what are your thoughts?
Paul D


      
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