- Phil, My question may be worded poorly. I have been involved in past NASA projects. I recall that a reflector device had been left on the Moon to reflect aMessage 1 of 7 , Jan 9, 2003View SourcePhil,
My question may be worded poorly. I have been involved in past NASA
projects. I recall that a reflector device had been left on the Moon
to reflect a laser beam for accuracy purposes.
--- In email@example.com, Phil Karn <yahoo@k...> wrote:
> dtb1000 wrote:
> > How did the "HAMS" using dirctional antennas pointed at the moon
> > manage to receive info on NASA moon venture?
> Um, because the Apollo missions really did go to the moon, and it
> within a skilled ham's capability to receive their voice signals?
> video signals were much harder to receive; see the wonderful
> movie "The Dish").
> I suspect you didn't look at those links I posted; they all
> "moon hoax" theories quite handily.
- Phil, et al, THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE, OF TWO POSSIBILITIES HERE. Either somebody high up in a government organization (non-elected of course) screwed up bigMessage 2 of 7 , Jan 11, 2003View SourcePhil, et al,
THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE, OF TWO POSSIBILITIES HERE. Either somebody high up in
a government organization (non-elected of course) "screwed up" big time, or,
a trail had deliberately left behind. I tend to think the former.
THERE ARE NO OTHER EXPLAINATIONS.
Those links below are total b.s.. You SHOULD know better than post that
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Phil Karn [mailto:yahoo@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 08, 2003 6:20 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [intalek] NASA Fraud
> William S. Alek wrote:
> > Were the Apollo Moon landings faked:
> > <http://www.coasttocoastam.com/shows/2003/01/06.html>
> See also
> among many, many others.
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