Offline Rekt

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A misunderstanding
« on: August 09, 2017, 12:09:40 AM »
It is commonly thought that space is an extremely hostile environment, and that one of the big things proving that NASA has faked it all is this hostility. Such an idea is an uninformed one.
Take, for example, the surface of the moon. It looks barren and dangerous enough, but it's not actually that bad!
On Earth we experience a background radiation dose of 2.4mSv each year.
On the moon, annual background radiation is roughly  380mSv. This may seem like a lot, but take into account the duration of the stay. With 356 days/year, and a stay of ~1 day for the Apollo 11 astronauts (22 hours exactly). 380/365= ~1.041. So on the lunar stay the Apollo astronauts were hit with 1.041mSv of radiation during the stay. But that was how much they were HIT by. For the entire stay they were either wearing a suit (Layers of Kevlar, cloth, and polymers), and while not on EVA wearing both the suit and being surrounded by the metal of the Lunar Module (Minus suit helmet). With these numbers, you could realistically expect their radiation dosage to be lower than 1.041mSV. The radiation levels allowed for civil nuclear workers is 1mSv per year over the background dose. So radiation on the moon poses no major threat to these astronauts. Even considering the Van Allen Belts, the radiation is negligible. The limit for nuclear workers is for civil servants, who undergo that extra radiation year after year. The Apollo astronauts were only going to do this once. The human body can experience quite a bit of radiation without danger, as long as it is a) spread out or b) never repeated.

The gravity of the moon actually LESSENS the danger of the moon's surface. If you fall, the damage will be light, and your muscles undergo less strain while working in low gravity

The vacuum of the moon is a non-issue as long as correct protocols are followed and there is no suit or lander breach. If you want to deny the existence of pressure suits, then there is no hope for you.

The surface dust of the moon IS actually dangerous. It is in reality formed of silicon dioxide glass. The suits of the Apollo program were specifically designed with this in mind, however. It had Kevlar in its design, and extremely thick and strong boot soles. The astronauts tried to avoid kneeling as it would possibly wear down the knees. This glass abrasion is an issue, but quite solvable. The dust was quite happy to stick on suits and equipment, and the astronauts said that it got everywhere. However it did not cause any problems for the astronauts.

In conclusion, no environmental issues are in existence that could compromise the NASA story of the Apollo missions.


 

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Re: A misunderstanding
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2017, 12:16:08 PM »
Rekt, are you sure that the moon is not an artificial object(s) flying around the earth, like lantern or a hologram, projected around by? Maybe all of these facts about the moon, like the dust and radiation, are "shifted" from something else, i.e. the facts about moon belong to something else, for example, outside of our planet system!
The gain of shifting the facts of one thing to another is to lie efficiently - to lie and to tell the truth. It's like giving a little truth before forcing to swallow a lot of lies. The bad example would be: sugaring poop just to make it more pleasant for swallowing.
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Re: A misunderstanding
« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2017, 04:23:11 PM »
Rekt, are you sure that the moon is not an artificial object(s) flying around the earth, like lantern or a hologram, projected around by? Maybe all of these facts about the moon, like the dust and radiation, are "shifted" from something else, i.e. the facts about moon belong to something else, for example, outside of our planet system!
The gain of shifting the facts of one thing to another is to lie efficiently - to lie and to tell the truth. It's like giving a little truth before forcing to swallow a lot of lies. The bad example would be: sugaring poop just to make it more pleasant for swallowing.
The moon is orbiting around the earth, not flying, and it is certainly not artificial. Humanity doesn't have the capability to build celestial bodies 1/8th the size of earth as far as I can tell

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Re: A misunderstanding
« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2017, 01:44:29 AM »
Rekt, are you sure that the moon is not an artificial object(s) flying around the earth, like lantern or a hologram, projected around by? Maybe all of these facts about the moon, like the dust and radiation, are "shifted" from something else, i.e. the facts about moon belong to something else, for example, outside of our planet system!
The gain of shifting the facts of one thing to another is to lie efficiently - to lie and to tell the truth. It's like giving a little truth before forcing to swallow a lot of lies. The bad example would be: sugaring poop just to make it more pleasant for swallowing.

I find it utterly amazing that, not only do you believe this bullshit you come up with, but you actually expect other people to believe it as well.

If the moon was a projection, there would need to be some kind of projector strong enough to cover the whole planet.  If this projector were located on the planet, it wouldn't be hard to find.  If this projector was projecting from outside of the supposed dome, that would prove there is space beyond the dome.

Once again, there are literally endless facts to support the moon being a celestial object orbiting the earth.  There are literally zero facts to suggest otherwise.  Dismissing facts to try and support your skepticism is the opposite of intelligence.

What you just tried to say is the equivalent of saying "I don't understand it and am too dumb to try, so I will just make something up".  Notice how you are not dumb for not understanding, but you are dumb for not trying. 

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Re: A misunderstanding
« Reply #4 on: August 15, 2017, 02:37:05 AM »
What you just tried to say is the equivalent of saying "I don't understand it and am too dumb to try, so I will just make something up".  Notice how you are not dumb for not understanding, but you are dumb for not trying.

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Re: A misunderstanding
« Reply #5 on: August 16, 2017, 11:35:26 PM »
Smokified, for now i think, that the moon is local for a region, i.e. there are multiples of moons. I suppose, the light is projected simultaneously from the moon's face/disk module(there could be modules of the whole system) and from around it's metallic sphere/spheroid core. The craters and shadows on the moon are just a, possibly holographic, textures, like in video games or decorations at theater. So if hypothesis i'm retranslating is correct, then any calculations based on moon craters are pointless. The purpose of textures is to trick us in believing, so we can give out chi-energy/life energy we generate for latter exploitation.
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, and it is certainly not artificial.
Are you sure?
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Humanity doesn't have the capability to build celestial bodies
We don't, rulers of the world do. What if it's not humanity, who built moon you're seeing almost everyday?
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1/8th the size of earth
There are moonrises and moonsets too!
why do think the moon is as large as our planet? Just observe attentively the moon everyday, whenever you can, from different locations for two months and see if it doesn't looks like it's orbiting/flying close to ground.
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