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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Another Conspiracy?

Our detractors will be screaming that we have lost the plot on this. So we wont say a thing and just leave this vid here so you can make up your own mind. Its rather interesting. I must admit we are far to busy dealing with other problems to care that much. But hey its interesting. Enjoy

3 comments:

Lunar Anarchy. said...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Apollo16LM.jpg

Look at the size of that rocket nozzle and its proximity to the surface.
The moon's surface seems completely unmoved by the intensity of that which was directed at it prior to touchdown.

Perhaps the Moon was Fight'nDemBack too. Perhaps the laws of physics can be persuaded to change through the power of belief and public consensus.

Anonymous said...

Have a gander at this WhiteLaw for your own interest.

The usual argument is that "the pressure was too low"...

this does not take into account bernoulli's theorem regards conservation of energy in a closed system..While the static pressure at the nozzle was indeed low, the dynamic pressure, think pitot tube, was a function of the extreme velocity of the very lightweight gasses emerging from the nozzle.. We could resonably expect visibly evident scouring of the surface as very little fine dust anywhere near the lander.

For this reason, the lunar landing might be just more SHIT for phellatelic philosemites and idiots that do not deserve to exist.



https://www.videosift.com/video/Pixel-Rocket-Test-Carmack-and-Armadillo-Aerospace
http://www.armadilloaerospace.com/n.x/Armadillo/Home/News?news_id=363

http://books.google.com.au/books?id=F3q59-hcGDoC&pg=PA279&lpg=PA279&dq=bernoulli's+theorem+rocket+engine&source=bl&ots=tq94nTjC3L&sig=vO9ZZvateN9t7Q6Uh04tWZm80bc&hl=en&ei=jhJ5SoDvGI6PkAWa_fi5Bg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=2#v=onepage&q=bernoulli's%20theorem%20rocket%20engine&f=false

http://pseudoastro.wordpress.com/2009/07/14/the-apollo-moon-hoax-why-is-there-no-blast-crater-under-the-lunar-module/

Whitelaw Towers said...

Mate nothing comes as a surprise to us anymore. Thanks for the links.