Mythbusters to take on the moon landing conspiracies

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    on the discovery channel wednesday night at 9:00pm ET
    this should be a good show
     
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    Wish I could watch it. :(
     
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    My 13 yo has been wondering about the flag "waving" on the moon, even though there is no wind there.

    I googled this for her:


    Waving a Flag on the Moon
     
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    Saw it last night. They debunked the parallel shadow theory, the slow motion film theory as well as a couple of others.

    Oh yeah....if we hadn't been to the moon, then why in the hell is a laser able to bounce off the moon and return to Earth, if that reflector isn't there?

    Mythbusters did a hell of a good job on that show.
     
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    Some people will not be convinced unil they can buy a latte at the Tranquility base Starbucks.

    We went, we got some rocks, we left a used car there just to impress annoy Lunatics.

    Tom Hanks was the first guy who stepped onto the lunar surface, wasn't he?

    At least, I think that was his name.
     
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    the funniest part is that on a clear night and with a good telescope, you can actually see the stuff we left there
    :badgrin:
     
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    Of course it was all filmed in a studio, but it was filmed on the inside shell of the Earth.
     
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    I call BS.

    There is no way any telescope on Earth could pick up a few scraps of metal smaller than a school bus with any clarity.
     
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    the earth is flat. there is no inside shell..that is simply a myth.
     

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