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  1. Subscribersonhouse
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    28 Mar '17 11:04
    http://iq.intel.com/margaret-hamilton-programmed-apollo-11-moon-landing/?cid=10877208&plid=148997897&crid=0&aid=320099318&sid=3229435&dclid=CIiylYOF-dICFQMNNwodZGcGfQ
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    28 Mar '17 14:10
    Why would anyone give this a thumbs-down???
  3. Subscribersonhouse
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    28 Mar '17 14:39
    Originally posted by Larkie
    Why would anyone give this a thumbs-down???
    I have a very good guess who.
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    28 Mar '17 15:39
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    http://iq.intel.com/margaret-hamilton-programmed-apollo-11-moon-landing/?cid=10877208&plid=148997897&crid=0&aid=320099318&sid=3229435&dclid=CIiylYOF-dICFQMNNwodZGcGfQ
    Why is it that I can't access these types of link? Do I copy it from the http bit or from somewhere else?
  5. Subscribersonhouse
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    28 Mar '17 15:471 edit
    Originally posted by drewnogal
    Why is it that I can't access these types of link? Do I copy it from the http bit or from somewhere else?
    I highlighted the whole thing and it worked for me. Highlight, control C, go to address line, highlight that, control V and it should pop up there, sometimes I have to hit cntl V twice to get the line in.
  6. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    28 Mar '17 21:56
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    http://iq.intel.com/margaret-hamilton-programmed-apollo-11-moon-landing/?cid=10877208&plid=148997897&crid=0&aid=320099318&sid=3229435&dclid=CIiylYOF-dICFQMNNwodZGcGfQ
    I had not realised until a friend told me but the alleged Apollo 11 landing was when thre moon was in its first quarter!
    Why choose a small target and make the job difficult?.
    Also launch time was during the day when they couldn't even see their target!
    Both these facts are verifiable.
    Just DOES NOT MAKE SENSE.
  7. Unknown Territories
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    28 Mar '17 22:39
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    I had not realised until a friend told me but the alleged Apollo 11 landing was when thre moon was in its first quarter!
    Why choose a small target and make the job difficult?.
    Also launch time was during the day when they couldn't even see their target!
    Both these facts are verifiable.
    Just DOES NOT MAKE SENSE.
    Thinks that make you go...

    THINGZ!
  8. SubscriberKewpie
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    28 Mar '17 23:021 edit
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    I had not realised until a friend told me but the alleged Apollo 11 landing was when thre moon was in its first quarter!
    Why choose a small target and make the job difficult?.
    Also launch time was during the day when they couldn't even see their target!
    Both these facts are verifiable.
    Just DOES NOT MAKE SENSE.
    "alleged Apollo 11 landing?" You must be a conspiracy theorist. And I thought only intelligent people played chess!

    http://www.snopes.com/info/lists/moonlanding.asp
  9. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    28 Mar '17 23:18
    Originally posted by Kewpie
    [b And I thought only intelligent people played chess!

    [/b]
    That is the daftist thing posted for a long time!! 😉
  10. Unknown Territories
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    29 Mar '17 00:17
    Originally posted by Kewpie
    "alleged Apollo 11 landing?" You must be a conspiracy theorist. And I thought only intelligent people played chess!

    http://www.snopes.com/info/lists/moonlanding.asp
    Because there's no way a conspiracy could ever happen on this planet, huh.
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    29 Mar '17 00:52
    At

    http://www.skeptic.com/downloads/conspiracy-theories-who-why-and-how.pdf

    There is a list of the top ten ways to tell if a conspiracy theory is likely to be bogus.


    I would like to see the following potential theories tested:

    A. Conspiracy: convince the population that there was a moon landing. The conspirators acted to convince the population to believe they happened.

    B. Conspiracy: convince the population that there was not a moon landing. The conspirators acted to convince the population to believe they never happened.

    That the conspirators of theory A were more successful is not relevant. Or is it?
  12. Unknown Territories
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    29 Mar '17 01:09
    Originally posted by JS357
    At

    http://www.skeptic.com/downloads/conspiracy-theories-who-why-and-how.pdf

    There is a list of the top ten ways to tell if a conspiracy theory is likely to be bogus.


    I would like to see the following potential theories tested:

    A. Conspiracy: convince the population that there was a moon landing. The conspirators acted to convince the population t ...[text shortened]... r happened.

    That the conspirators of theory A were more successful is not relevant. Or is it?
    Follow the money...
  13. Subscriberdivegeester
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    29 Mar '17 03:182 edits
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    Thinks that make you go...

    THINGZ!
    Sucker.
  14. Subscriberdivegeester
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    29 Mar '17 03:203 edits
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    I had not realised until a friend told me but the alleged Apollo 11 landing was when thre moon was in its first quarter!
    Why choose a small target and make the job difficult?.
    Also launch time was during the day when they couldn't even see their target!
    Both these facts are verifiable.
    Just DOES NOT MAKE SENSE.
    Also the American flag fluttered in the wind, but...there's no wind on the moon, AND, it's clearly obvious from the photos that there are no stars in the lunar sky.

    BOOM.
  15. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    29 Mar '17 03:451 edit
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Also the American flag fluttered in the wind, but...there's no wind on the moon, AND, it's clearly obvious from the photos that there are no starts in the Luna sky.

    BOOM.
    Nobody knows if there is wind on the moon or not.
    And nobody knows what colour the lunar sky is.

    However we do know that Apollo 11 crew supposedly took pre-packed
    "space food" for the voyage there and the return !!!
    Why?
    When there is all that cheese? They only needed to take crackers.
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