Moon Landings conspiracy nuts.

scose-no-doubt

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pboyles

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They're probably still up there stealing all their oil, like Afghanistan. Atilla will be along shortly to confirm this.
 

wackypete2

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If you look hard enough you can find conspiracy theorists telling us the world isn't really round either.

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scose-no-doubt

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S'not round, s'more elliptical or eggy.

I'm still looking for a scale map of the world too. See how big countries actually are in relation to each other. impossible to find for some reason.

Also, has anyone queried why space is never completely covered in stars and is black/void on sataillite photos of earth?

Photoshop ftw.
 

wackypete2

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S'not round, s'more elliptical or eggy.

I'm still looking for a scale map of the world too. See how big countries actually are in relation to each other. impossible to find for some reason.

Also, has anyone queried why space is never completely covered in stars and is black/void on sataillite photos of earth?

Photoshop ftw.

Take any good digital camera and try to get a night shot of the stars. All you will see is black. You need a time exposure camera.

Peter
 

R.Charnock

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BBC News - Apollo Moon flags still standing, images show

Those conspiracy theorists are going to have to make better explanations now that we have the photos of the lunar landing sites from satellites.

OK, so how did they change the film in the cameras, why are there multiple shadows on some pics, why do the flags flutter and why didn't all the astronuts die from the radiation?! Next you'll be telling is that Mike Bagasloopy is an ace trader.
 
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Shakone

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S'not round, s'more elliptical or eggy.

I'm still looking for a scale map of the world too. See how big countries actually are in relation to each other. impossible to find for some reason.

Also, has anyone queried why space is never completely covered in stars and is black/void on sataillite photos of earth?

Photoshop ftw.

Have you tried the Peters projection map?

They say space is not completely covered by stars because of the relative light difference, i.e. look up at a very bright thing and you'll have trouble seeing the stars. Go out to a country field, and you'll see loads. :sleep::sleep:
 

scose-no-doubt

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Have you tried the Peters projection map?

They say space is not completely covered by stars because of the relative light difference, i.e. look up at a very bright thing and you'll have trouble seeing the stars. Go out to a country field, and you'll see loads. :sleep::sleep:

You've misunderstood.
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where're the stars? f**kin' CGI I'm tellin' ya!
 
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Shakone

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There's too much light in those pictures scose. Huge amount of light reflecting off the moon, reflecting off the earth, perhaps even the lunar shuttle has lights. They drown out some stars billions of miles off. Look at the night sky, see some stars. Then add extra light, shine a torch in your eye or something :D the stars disappear.
 
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0007

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S'not round, s'more elliptical or eggy.

I'm still looking for a scale map of the world too. See how big countries actually are in relation to each other. impossible to find for some reason.

Also, has anyone queried why space is never completely covered in stars and is black/void on sataillite photos of earth?

Photoshop ftw.

You can't get the whole world to a constant scale on a flat piece of paper map because the Earth itself aint flat - hence you can't make an exact comparison in sizes. Best use a globe.
 

scose-no-doubt

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You can't get the whole world to a constant scale on a flat piece of paper map because the Earth itself aint flat

wtf does that have to do with anything. I can draw a splodge on an egg and model the area of it to within a degree of proximity... :confused:

They will have access to all sort of algo's that can re/unravel all kinds of models of weird space occurrences. You've only got to look at a few nebulae to understand how complex teh sh*t they have is.
 
 
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