Manned Moon Landings - Did They Go? - Of Course They Did/n't

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As an addendum to this, it has just been reported that Chris Kraft has shuffled off.

My first thought was boats :(

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myglaren wrote:
23 Jul 2019, 12:09
As an addendum to this, it has just been reported that Chris Kraft has shuffled off.

My first thought was boats :(


Fake news he was a hologram apart from that he never existed!

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:rofl2:

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Top of the Ops - Apollo Anniversary Edition - 2019
Part spoof, part serious - I'll leave it up to you decide which is which. :-D


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Did anyone else see it last night... an amazing sound & light show dancing across the skies?
Oh how ignorant we once were in days past...

"Lightning, the thunderbolt from mythology, has long been feared as an atmospheric flash of supernatural origins: the great weapon of the gods. The Greeks both marveled and feared lightning as it was hurled by Zeus. For the Vikings, lightning was produced by Thor as his hammer struck an anvil while riding his chariot across the clouds. In the East, early statues of Buddha show him carrying a thunderbolt with arrows at each end. Native American tribes in North America believed that lightning was due to the flashing feathers of a mystical bird whose flapping wings produced the sound of thunder.

Today, scientific rather than mystical techniques are used to explain lightning with experimental procedures replacing intuitive concepts
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Thanks to the "science" shared from University Youtube, we now know it's just NASA testing direct energy space weapons (DEW). :lol:

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Did see one solitary flash at about 02:00 just after the rain started. No thunder.
Was opening windows, had to shut them earlier as someone was tumble-drying clothes and the stink of the fabric conditioner is lethal.
Was warm:(

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Space weapons? Please elaborate!

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EAN-lrrXYAEzjOV.png
42,000 lightening strikes over the UK last night and this morning.

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If this is true, Neil Armstrong died because somebody made a medical mistake. Whether or not you believe he did walk on the Moon, he did not deserve to die like this;

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/ne ... spartanntp

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Hell Razor5543 wrote:
24 Jul 2019, 19:19
If this is true, Neil Armstrong died because somebody made a medical mistake. Whether or not you believe he did walk on the Moon, he did not deserve to die like this;

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/ne ... spartanntp


Reading that through I sensed that the family member who was a lawyer blackmailed the hospital, they know that the cost of defending against litigation in the USA can be more than the cost of a quiet settlement, right or wrong.

It sounded like "Pay up or we'll tell the world you screwed up." and the hospital's insurer decided it would be cheaper to pay than to defend.

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myglaren wrote:
24 Jul 2019, 18:58
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42,000 lightening strikes over the UK last night


Snapped this pic mid-lightning strike at about 1am from the bedroom window, no flash!
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Hell Razor5543 wrote:
24 Jul 2019, 19:19
If this is true, Neil Armstrong died because somebody made a medical mistake. Whether or not you believe he did walk on the Moon, he did not deserve to die like this;

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/ne ... spartanntp


Sounds like money-grabbing bullshit by the sons, note Mr. Armstrong's widow had no part in it.

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myglaren wrote:
24 Jul 2019, 18:58

42,000 lightening strikes over the UK last night and this morning.

Image


A bit of light(ning) entertainment - live lightning maps :)

https://www.lightningmaps.org/?lang=en# ... ;dl=2;dc=0;

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Just amazed that 50 years later something that was inexcusably, & inescapably, boring engenders such passions.