20 July 2007

One Small Step For A Man

One Giant Leap For Mankind.

20 July 1969, 2256:15 EDT, Neil Armstrong set foot on the Lunar surface.

"Here Men From Planet Earth First Set Foot Upon the Moon. July 1969 A.D. We Came In Peace For All Mankind."

2 Comments:

Anonymous Ed Raven said...

Hey, it's me again. You DO know that the Moon landing took place in the middle of a restricted area in the Nevada Desert, right? Where else would the wind have come from? And doesn't the "Moon dirt" look suspiciously like colored sand? I mean, come on, all these years and we've still been fooled by Uncle Government?

21 July, 2007 10:32  
Blogger MOMinuteMan said...

Hey Ed, long time no see. How ya been??

Just like fire can melt steel is a fact, the moon landings are a fact.

The Flag stands out because the pole it is mounted on is an inverted "L" shape. The Flag is attached to both the vertical and the horizontal poles to make it stand out instead of just draping down around the vertical pole.

The waving action seen in the video comes from the astronauts moving and twisting the pole while they are setting it up and the mass of the material being moved back and forth gives the appearance of flapping in the breeze.

Given the fact that the soil on the lunar surface has a texture similar to talcum powder, wouldn't even the slightest breeze generate dust clouds??

21 July, 2007 13:03  

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