Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by YosemiteSam, Dec 25, 2018.
I would say this is proof that debunks two things...
WE HAVE been to the moon as we took man's best friend but old boy forgot where he buried his bone.
Secondly, the earth is round, not flat.
Holy crap, so that's where he took off to! I told my niece not to leave the gate open!!
Not to mention there IS oxygen in space!!!!
well it's a flat circle...
At the end of the day it doesn't matter if we've been to the moon or not.
It just matters if the Cowboys win or not.
Because trying and exploration and innovation and inventions and new discoveries and team building and successful missions are stupid
Of course it does. Many of the convenience technologies we used today were born from technologies NASA and it's partners created for space exploration!
We're supposed to be going back to the Moon very soon, I've read.
We can't go back, if we've never been. lol!
You ever wonder if the astronauts left anything to surprise future visitors to the moon, like a smuggled item or a small drawing in the dust small enough that telescopes wouldn't pick it up?
Well we haven’t been there. I’ve been there,and I know they haven’t,because it’s nothing like the photos. There’s a black sand beach near the Sea of Tranqulity as they frivioulsy call it,and you can breath fine and bring your dog to dig tunnels to China all you like,but whatever....
No, the earth is flat. That's a flat disk in the backgroud.
told you there were Aliens on the moon.
and they have dogs...just like we do.
Actually, broken down into small enough lines, everything that is round is flat.
I always wanted to ask flat-earthers if they believed the space shuttle program was true. Space shuttles orbit the earth. So. If a shuttle travels around the planet that has no edge, how is world flat?
For years I thought the flat earthers were kidding and they put up their web site as some kind of prank. But I guess they really believe their ideas. Maybe it's a flat disk and so the shuttle can still go around its circumference.