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Question: do you think nasa actually had adequate computing power/technology to send modules and men to the moon in the 60's?
Asked by 2022 (2.26.163.x) on October 21 2022, 10:47pm
Reply on October 22 2022, 2:10am:
    Definitely


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  • Posted by 2022 (2.26.163.x) on October 22 2022, 12:24pm:
    how can 1 be certain...many rumours of fakery--- (the et's also claim the van allen radiation belt is lethal to most all physical objects....?)

  • Posted by Justin on October 22 2022, 6:18pm:
    nonsense imo, especially given how hard it would be to fake with 1969 tech

  • Posted by 2022 (2.26.163.x) on October 22 2022, 10:30pm:
    perhaps- although nasa did recently admit to "destroying all that technology"..... why would they even DO that? (considering it to be a great human achievement) would #you destroy a creation of historical,or scientific interest? thanks.

  • Posted by Mespotine (46.114.205.x) on October 23 2022, 7:43am:
    Lack of space.And they were convinced,that greater achievents were around the corner. Which didn't happen. You don't understand historical significance while you live it. Significance is always attributed afterwards.Even the impact of the pandemic will be understood in 10-20 years time. Right now,all we know: it sucks. In 20 years, the impact of it on disease understanding will shine a different light on it. We can't see this light yet. So did they with the moonlanding..

  • Posted by vitalker (195.191.162.x) on October 23 2022, 9:16am:
    What's so hard to believe? Even USSR told NASA were on the moon.

  • Posted by Mike (193.37.33.x) on November 2 2022, 7:11am:
    there is a great YouTube video from a user named VideoFromSpace who discussed what would have been required to develop fake footage with the limitations of film. long story short it was easier to go to the moon than have Stanley Kubrick try to direct a secret project for the nefarious reason of ... making people think we went to the moon?


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