The Moon Landing™ Editionpreviously>>4350396
>>4533384 (OP)So when joe biden rambles hes just got dimentia, but if someone's fumbling quote seemingly supports your "side" then suddenly all is well and he's a whisleblower, right?Well you know, except for all the times he's asked directly if they faked it and even punched a guy who called him a liar. I guess you kinda have to ignore that, though right? You can't be intellectually honest or your case will crumble like sand. Right?
>>4533384>posts a dozen clips for his side of the argument>conveniently leaves out the millions of proofs against his argument
>>4534111nah, mate. i think looking into the eyes of little girl made him slip up, but he quickly realized what he just said and attempted some damage control. it must be tough being celebrated for something he never did and constantly having to lie about it. he said so himself that moon landing almost destroyed him.and because you mentioned the infamous punch here's the clip
>>4534113Care to add some of those>millions of proofs?
>>4534113The moon landing deniers' argument is: any evidence for the moon landings was faked by a conspiracy. You can't argue with that.
>>4534111Why are you such a brainwashed me vs them faggot?
>>4534113>millions of proofsProof is already plural you absolute nigger.
>>4535739>>4535744>>4535746>>4535749how can people listen to this guy and agree with the crap he's coming up with
>>4535744what will go down dramatically if you dont eat meat?
Oh no, Qanon moms are here.
This is the lowest tier of shit i ever seen.
>>4538237>>4538240anything you disagree with?
>>4535746They sit there, talking for hours to finally design a banana.
>>4535739>>4535744>>4535746>>4535749I remember when I was a kid and used to watch movies like Pirates of the Silicon Valley and see this guy as a personal hero of "rebel business guy"Back then his crookedness sounded heroic, as an innovator. Now I see that he is plain crooked and more like a supervillain.
>>4534873What a retarded comment. This is like an average woman's take on conspiracy theorists.
>>4542243>>4542245>>4542246>>4542250Good posts. I'm actually surprised with this Musk/Epstein link. Surprised, but not disappointed since I never trusted him to begin with.I always knew Musk was a crook, but a different kind of crook, now I see he is just like the others.
>>4547817is this real?
>>4533403nigga he's obviously talking about science here what are you fucking gay
>>4551888 >>4551891 >>4551892 >>4551897 >>4551900meh. A collection of inferences drawn from a form of analysis which is sciencey sounding and authoritative in its presentation but is ultimately at most just a good hunch.
>>4552271armstrong does not linguistically connect himself to the lunar landingit becomes even more evident when you compare it to an interview that he did after his training flight to which he does linguistically connect
>>4547817This is a good thread
>>4552301I get what you're saying, but I think that might be because they got read the riot act by the government and told that a lot of what they saw was now classified information. I've read before that right after they got back they were telling people they saw weird worms wriggling around in open space and little orb things that would fly up to the shuttle and hover around the window like they were looking at them and checking them out, and then all of a sudden they just never mentioned it again. He probably has to stop and think about what he can and what he can't say everytime someone asks him about it now.
>>4553659sure. or he's lying because they've never made it to the mooni wonder which one is more likely given all the irregularities regarding the moon landing
>>4546965Why? Who? Was it the Juice?
moon landing believers always say it would be impossible to keep it a secret since so many people were involved. however, most of the them were in the dark themselves. even the controllers at houston couldn't discern the training simulations from the real mission.
>>4534111>>4534186Freudian slips are actually small glimpses of the self within the unconscious, which occasionally breaches the ego or "mask" by which most people define and live their lives. The unconscious may actually override the ego and say something true, especially when the ego is built upon lies in order to try and rectify and create balance within the self.
>>4555337I feel like the former. I'm open to the moon landing being fake but a lot of the inconsistencies just make me think they people don't know shit shit the moon. Like with the flag waving thing, it's like: How do you know what it would be like on the Moon? Have you been there? Weird shit happens on Earth all the time in those "this video isn't edited" type videos.
>>4560987This one just makes me sick
>>4534188Note the chinese guy's behavioural tics. They're different from the other men, who are garden-variety liars. His weird smile is the same as most modern "astronauts". Such behaviours align with hypnosis, suggesting that these astros have been drugged and beaten by experts into believing this nonsense. That's why they don't have the same liar's tics as Buzz Aldrin, but they do seem off.
>>4564215this didn't debunk jack shit, they just try to shift the attention to a different part of his quote and not focus on the slip. and they are completely disingenuous when addressing the slip>When Aldrin said in reply that “we didn’t go there” and “that’s the way it happened,” he was referring to the fact that the U.S. has sent no missions back to the moon since the final Apollo spaceflight took place in December 1972, not asserting that he had never been to the moon in the first place.interpreting his answer this way is pure cope and denial. he very clearly states "we didn't go to the moon", period.
>>4564985Is this a deepfake? Feels artifacty.
>>4565136thisnot only does snopes have to put words in aldrins mouth and explain what he "actually" meant, he's also focusing on the damage control that followed when aldrin realized what he just said>>4565192nah, it's from 2012
Stop bumping this thread. It's dead, just like this board.
>>4533387Apparently, the official excuse is pretty believable:A bunch of smart folks alive at the time got together and used the massive amounts of money and time the .gov gave them to produce the tech (a lot of it analog) to get to the moon.Eventually, over time, schematics got lost, engineers moved on, funding dried up, machines were repurposed or destroyed for other uses, and now all the shit they had in place is not there anymore. They'd have to rebuild everything and it would be far more expensive than the government is currently willing to pay for because there's no reason to go back.
>>4567567Why? There is a lot of interesting stuff in this thread.t. triple vaxxed and thinks America went to the Moon
>>4567595how is it even remotely believable? it's supposedly the greatest achievement of mankind at the beginning of the space age.printing, photography and computing are available. massive archives exist and new ones can easily be established. lack of space is not an issue in usa. they went through great efforts to create a realistic simulator, which they would destroy instead of preserving it for future generations. original records got "lost" and replaced by "digitally enhanced" versions. you have an engineer at nasa calling it a painful process to build a rocket to go back to the moon. perhaps he shouldn't be working in that field if it's too painful to do what he's supposed to do.meanwhile the entire manned space program is reduced to operate in low earth orbit, which is still part of earth's atmosphere and within earth's magnetic field. they can't even go to actual space
>>4569636He is probably talking about there not being any outside live cameras to film the landing, so the TV channels used animation there.The "not a bad line"-remark practically asks to understand him in a different way, though, I'll give you that.
>>4566058Who is the Joo?
>>4567858>how is it even remotely believable?Its not because he tells it bad, he's right about one thing though, documentation practices back then were ass.NASA was effectively defunded after they went to the moon. Several congressmen made a huge political career about "cutting wasteful government" and they blamed NASA of committing money laundering. They cut funding to NASA so badly it effectively down-scaled it to a fraction of what it once was. Many projects, rockets, engines, everything was retired, decommissioned and sold for scrap. Likely in the process lots of the documentation did just go missing as they shuttered tons of offices and laid off thousands of people. I wouldn't be surprised if people stole documentation or were ordered to shred it. NASA has never had a budget comparable since and they do far less missions to space because of it.
>>4570617To see a great example of this, try to submit a FOIA request for anything before 1980, you'll get so little of anything purely because many government agencies weren't really keeping records, making copies of records, or just disposing of originals.
>>4570617>NASA was effectively defunded after they went to the moon.Still managed to go to Mars just 7 years later. But preserving their greatest achievement had no relevance I guess. While you can still find schematics of cars from the 30s. Sometimes shit just gets lost, right? The Mafia does it all the time. Convenient when evidence to your crime just happens to get lost .
>>4567595I think it's more likely its a lack of funding, and the fact that they don't have any incentive. It doesn't help as a "cold war" morale boost. It's like saying why don't we develop agriculture in huge swaths of desert, there's no legitimate reason to put taxpayer money towards that. It's more productive to maintaining and securing power by investing in military technology. That's why NASA gets like a penny on every government dollar, and black book projects with aerospace get billions and billions. Today space tech for the military will be entirely drone operated, and there's zero reason to develop manned technology since it only costs more and complicates the process.
>>4571706>there's no legitimate reason to put taxpayer money towards thatIf that was an actual consideration, DC would have closed down long ago.
>>4550199kek I never thought my 'meme' would be used this way.https://desuarchive.org/wsg/search/image/qMbmg9fGhlsWoamxoumyKA/
>>4562936>inextricable>mfw it's inextricable
>>4567595nothing about it is believable unless you're a complete imbecile. If you believe in the moonlanding masonic hoax you better start repenting and praying for some discernment before we're going into tribulation on the 23th of July 2023. Then God will pour out his wrath on the world for 7 years and billions of people will die. Those that live through it will get killed by Christ and his saints right after when they return to establish the millennial kingdom.
>>4578840Do you happen to have the original?MD5: IPcsyrZzZcVHGVX35wswkwfilename: 1602377831217.webm or 1607629869003.webm
>>4580302No I didn't keep them. I made all those to troll the phoneposters who would literally not stop replying to me until the end of the thread, and even after image limit. I just took a clip and copy pasted it like a hundred times with some filters and text. and added an hour long mix. Then encoded like 50 of them in webm. Fun time. The original 'original' is a clip of that korean streamer bery or something.https://youtu.be/MPRivjSxmSQhttps://desuarchive.org/wsg/thread/3952094/https://desuarchive.org/wsg/thread/3936242/
>>4533387You wouldn't destroy technology that took you to the moon, what a retarded attempt at an excuse.
>>4585533What's supposed to be "revealing" there?Nestle certainly does a lot of ridiculous bullshit in relation to its bottled water - I'd never buy it from them -, but that's not uncovered in that webm.The argument that water is a food like any other is compelling, but Nestle is absolute garbage that needs to die.
>>4565903I have saved many webms for future generations, thanks for excellent prescient posts anons
>>4591911This quote reveals a lot about you, Ivan.
>>4559300kek you know when the world found out the united states had nuclear weapons? when the first one was detonated in japan
>>4595176"what is a woman?" by matt walsh
>>4548795Yeah, he's from Vancouver
>>4542243>>4542245>>4542246>>4542250>>4542384what are these from? link to full video?