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THE MOON & SOLAR SYSTEM

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Kozmik
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#1336 | Posted: 26 Jan 2014 11:55
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nordsee220:

Guess who went to Amerika for his hols a couple of weeks after I referred him to the Loony Landing vids?
Guess who went to FLORIDA of all places?
Guess who went to NASTY (North American Space Twisted Yarns) when he was there?
Yes, my mate fromthe radio club, the photographer.

Guess who closely inspected everything about the APOLLO program(me)?

Answer....NOBODY. He said there was virtually ZILCH on display but he did remember to ask if he could see the plans for the LOONY ROVER.

"Sorry sir. We don't have them any longer. They were all destroyed." He was told.

Question. Did WE destroy the plans for TITANIC even though it obviously didn't work?

(I know. It was an Olympic lie.)

So, has he changed his way of thinking.... or is it too much of a mind-wrecker for him??
nordsee220
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#1337 | Posted: 26 Jan 2014 15:55
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From being a complete believer in Apollo he now says he's over 90% convinced it didn't happen.

The same guy works as a reporting assistant in a well known newspaper. I asked if his paper would print a sensational story up front and he said no. Everything now has to come via a news agency and we all know who owns them!
Kozmik
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#1338 | Posted: 26 Jan 2014 16:49
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Well, it's a start. If you keep working on him, he only has to realize that much else he thought "true" isn't, and he might have a paradigm shift himself.
skipman
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#1339 | Posted: 26 Jan 2014 19:53 | Edited by: skipman
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Sunburn:
I would have also thought the local Astronamy clubs would be talking at length trying to gain some visual data

The reason there are no astronomy clubs talking about this find, is because it is on the far side of the moon,where it cannot be observed.

I thought there was something amiss,when the article said it was in a crater the size of Chicago but only gave co ordinates.

It is near the large crater Moscoviense.

In the article it was said that the objects were seen coming to our solar system and it was found that they were made of carbon reinforced material. Not to sure about that.

When an asteroid is discovered scientists need to know its composition, metal or stone, so if it becomes a threat to Earth they know what method to use to destroy it.
As nearly all asteroids are covered in regolith it is very hard to determine what they are made of.

Another thing which is odd,is there are thousands of amateur astronomers scanning the night sky in the hope of discovering a comet or super nova and getting to name it. The majority of comets have been found by amateurs.

Yet no one spotted these giants.

Whilst I am not out right calling it a hoax I am leaning that way,due to the way the information has been presented.
skipman
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#1340 | Posted: 26 Jan 2014 20:46
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skipman:
there are thousands of amateur astronomers scanning the night sky in the hope of discovering a comet or super nova

Talking of supernovas,who has a pair of binoculars?

http://www.skyandtelescope.com/observing/highlights/Bright-Supernova-in-M82-241477661 .html
skipman
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#1341 | Posted: 8 Feb 2014 21:43
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Between 2010 and 2012 a very large object hit Mars and left a very distinct mark.

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn25012-spectacular-mars-crater-is-a-big-blue-boo m.html#.UvajPbRstfu
SPIRAL
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#1342 | Posted: 11 Feb 2014 19:51
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This new comet should be interesting, its reckoned that the coma will engulf Mars & both its moons !

Comet Siding Spring
skipman
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#1343 | Posted: 12 Feb 2014 16:59
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Thanks for the post spiral. Nice to have you back.
skipman
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#1344 | Posted: 1 Mar 2014 19:56
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Did anyone get to see the aurora? I did not but I have been reporting about the increase in meteors entering the Earths atmosphere.

This one hit the moon instead.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMV249BPJsY
skipman
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#1345 | Posted: 6 Mar 2014 17:36
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skipman:
This one hit the moon instead.

It is not the only one in the neighborhood.

http://www.universetoday.com/109997/watch-the-close-pass-of-neo-asteroid-2014-dx110-w ednesday-night/

These are only just being spotted,not giving much time for any warnings.
Kozmik
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#1346 | Posted: 8 Mar 2014 08:27
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Playing the fantastic racing game "Grand Tourismo 6" on my PS3, I 'won' a ride on the Lunar Rover, on the Moon. Very interesting. As I bounced around the Moon, I noticed that stars were definitely visible, and there was no blast crater underneath the LEM. I wonder if the game programmers are aware of the things we are....
Also, it's difficult to see how the Rover fitted onto the LEM & how it was re-assembled, on the Moon, by 2 astronauts wearing pressurised suits...
Interested readers may care to ask their teenaged sons for a demo...
nordsee220
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#1347 | Posted: 8 Mar 2014 08:46 | Edited by: nordsee220
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Kozmik:
Also, it's difficult to see how the Rover fitted onto the LEM & how it was re-assembled, on the Moon, by 2 astronauts wearing pressurised suits...

I think you're wrong there Kozmik old mate.

From memory..."whilst one astronut erected the flag, the other arsembled the rover..."

What puzzles me is: If the rover weighed 3 tons earth gravity, that's 0.5 tons (ten bags of coal, cement, gravel, sand) loony gravy.

So, how did just one gadgie (gadgie - Geordie for bloke) manage to lift the thing down from its storage several feet above ground then arsemble it when it effectively weighed half a ton?

And WHY is there no vid of this very important event the science community would have loved to have seen? Of course! We saw gadgie 2 knocking in the flag cos that's a patriot (ic) act. It was just like all the previous gadgies knocking in flags but hell, why spoil a good story so scientists can gain new knowledge on what was supposedly a huge scientific experiment and observe the loony rover being arsembled (in slow motion as is the norm on the big cheesy ball) and possbly come up with a better way of doing it?

And more pertinent, why, when my reporter mate visited NASTY recently and asked to SEE the rover plans was he told, "We don't have them anymore. They were all destroyed sir." (Same as Harland and Wolf did with the Olympic, sorry, Titanic plans and that DIDN'T work first time!?!? OH NO THEY DIDN'T!)

Just as NASTY always manage to pull a rabbit out of the hat, the truth is in the words of another rabbit song (Dylan).

The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind.
The answer is blowing in the wind.

Just like flags do.
skipman
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#1348 | Posted: 21 Jun 2014 22:56
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Could the weakening of the earths magnetic field be the cause of Global warming?

There is a link at the end of this article

http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/2014/06/19/earth-s-magnetic-field-showing-signs-of-s ignificant-weakening/
wensam
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#1349 | Posted: 22 Jun 2014 20:50
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Never mind global warming, the prospect that the www and all electronic data disappearing is quite a thought!

I wonder how the birds and animals would adapt to navigating the globe. I suspect better than us.
Joe
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#1350 | Posted: 23 Jun 2014 14:26
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I heard about the Moon not being a natural satellite from somewhere and I think it was from this book above, it's a is a good read!

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