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Did the U.S. land on the moon?  

38 members have voted

  1. 1. What do you think?

    • Yes
      22
    • No
      11
    • I am not sure.
      5


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Nobody has been on the moon? Feel free to explain this little gem then.

 

 

Retroreflectors on the Moon

The Apollo 11, 14, and 15 missions left retro-reflectors on the Moon as part of the Lunar Laser Ranging Experiment. They are commonly considered to be one of the strongest pieces of evidence against a Moon landing hoax. Additionally the unmanned Soviet Lunokhod 1 and Lunokhod 2 rovers carried smaller arrays. Reflected signals were initially received from Lunokhod 1, but no return signals have been detected since 1971, at least in part due to some uncertainty in its location on the Moon. Lunokhod 2's array continues to return signals to Earth.[1] Even under good viewing conditions, only a single reflected photon is received every few seconds. This makes the job of filtering laser-generated photons from naturally-occurring photons challenging. [2]

 

 

Courtesy of wikipedia (although I did a google search to find a page and that had a lot of better articles).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Retroreflector

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Hiya all,

 

well i voted not sure because actually the US as a country didnt land on the moon, it was just two guys and a spaceship , if the US had landed on the moon i wouldnt be able to see it on google earth anymore

 

Anyway stupidness aside, i think this little snapper might interest you

 

http://home.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseacti...n=1194984363099

 

 

This is an experiment i saw online once so decided to try it for myself.

 

And yes its real, you can try it yourself in fact i advise you to, and also, after you have seen it, ask yourself if you want another McDonalds after this?

 

Additives, preservatives and god knows what else have stopped this cheeseburger from rotting.

 

Try it yourself, you'll be amazed.

 

Peace

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We need another poll:

Conspiracy theory: who to blame for typos in poll topics?

1) the government

2) the real government

3) the school system

4) the system

5) Drugs

6) Kids today

7) religious sect/church (specify below)

8) monkeys with typewriters typing Shakespeare

9) I'm not voting in this poll

10) I just had a bad day

11) I r no nautical speeker n no speelchick in IE

12) Hey can't you come up with more options

13) I could but don't want to step on toes

14) other (specify below)

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We need another poll:

Conspiracy theory: who to blame for typos in poll topics?

1) the government

2) the real government

3) the school system

4) the system

5) Drugs

6) Kids today

7) religious sect/church (specify below)

8) monkeys with typewriters typing Shakespeare

9) I'm not voting in this poll

10) I just had a bad day

11) I r no nautical speeker n no speelchick in IE

12) Hey can't you come up with more options

13) I could but don't want to step on toes

14) other (specify below)

 

14) the man

15) text messages as the primary form of teenage communication

16) google and wikipedia as the only known sources of reference for 90% of the population under the age of 25 and the persistent conviction that they are infallible

 

(My favorite is #8.)

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