On all of the Apollo cameras used to take pictures of the moon landing there is a + in the middle of the lens to […]
Continue Reading Apollo Moon Landing Hoax – Camera Problems
I would like to say how you can’t see the stars in the background of the photos. The answer to this problem is simple. Ask any photographer, they will explain how you can not get a bright object (astronaut) and a a very dim object (stars) on the same piece of film.
two fibres on two different rocks, on the same picture in the same formation of a c?
if its hair..then what is it doing on the rock wouldent the astronaut like u know..die if they took their helmet off
it fell onto the photo when it was getting enlarged idiot
It’s not saying the hair’s on the rock.
It’s saying the hair must hav fallen on the negative when they were enlarging them because the ‘C’ is not present on the original negative.
There are simple answers related to the photography questions. Many photographers and cinematographers can tell you the answers. 9/11 Conspiracies also have simple answers that could just be answered with a simple answer from a photographer who knows his/her stuff.
Wikipedia even has a ‘Conspiracy-Argument’ section on the Moon Landing Hoax page.
I love the whole “C rock as a movie prop” argument. As a set designer for smaller budget films, I have never, nor ever seen anyone (feature or indy film) mark any prop that was to be placed on a set. No one does this and people that believe they do have never worked on a movie set before
I have to say for a hair to form the letter c on a negative is highly improbable. especialy on a rock which it turns out is often used as props. That is a lame excuse.
LOL. Biggest problem is..
The foot print photo.
The foot print photo shows the moon having a very FINE dust particles and able to hold its shape w/o moisture..
But all of the pics of the landing sites shows a rougher sandy grain… LOL
retard its in a vaccum so the particles can stay alligned watch the moon landing mythbusters
The letter “C” is actually a Moon Worm.
They are fairly common as they feed on the cheese (that the moon is made out of).
Good gosh. This is the first time I saw pictures with the cross-hair and the first time I heard of the “conspiracy” involving the cross-hair being in front of objects.
It’s obvious that the part of the cross-hair that is missing is always over a bright, white object. Simply put, the white overexposes the picture, obscurring the cross-hair.
Geezus, I like a good hoax as well as the next person, but this isn’t one. I’m going to use my valuable time shadowing Elvis because he’s much more fun than cross-hairs.