Re: Interesting... Did man really walk on the Moon ???

  • From: Raghuram Viswanadha <raghu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: technocracy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2000 14:51:00 -0500 (EST)

> Nothing new here.  
> For the possibility of faking it, go rent a copy of Capricorn one, an old
> (70's) sci-fi.  It addresses faking the mars mission, but is just as
> applicable to the moon landings.

Hmm.. should rent it. Sorry wasnt intrigued by sci-fi in 70's.

> Against the possibility of faking it, go to an observatory and look for
> the "junk" left behind.  

How sure are you that this evidence wasnt planted?

> With todays telescopes it should be easy to spot.

with yesterday's technology it could might well be planted ;-)

> Also, there is a p.c.mirror that was placed on the surface of the moon
> that scientist regularly bounce lasers off of for distancing.  If nobody
> went there how did the mirror get placed. 

Did Neil Armstrong called you to give the information that he, with his
devine hands,  placed it? or how sure are you about the date it reached
moon's surface?

I am not a pessimist but still....

Take it easy.


> On Wed, 27 Sep 2000, Raghuram Viswanadha wrote:
> > Interesting theory
> > 
> > Raghu
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> > Did man really walk on the Moon ???
> > 
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