Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Man and Moon

One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.
-Neil Armstrong, July 20, 1969

Was he really on moon?

Or was is all a big hoax? The most expensive movie ever made?
Non-believers's think it is all part of a well-devised political game strategized by the Americans to counter-act the Russians' move in space exploration since Yuri Gagarin made it 13 years earlier.

What is the Van Allen belt? AND How is it possible for manned space flights to survive the effects of the Van Allen Radiation Belt?

Another link: but this one here is suggesting, man has indeed landed on moon.

I do believe they have landed. But anything is possible. Be ur own judge.


At 2:05 PM, Blogger Trishank Karthik said...

I'm sorry to say that not everything is physically possible. Take just one example: if Einstein's theories of relativity are completely correct (so far, experimental support has been immense), then it is most probably impossible to send information faster than the speed of light.

It's commendable that you at least considered's review of the fantastically poor "Apollo Moon Hoax" and found the answer to how to survive the Van Allen radiation belt. When it comes to the truth...

"An open mind is a virtue...but not so open till your brains fall out." --- Carl Sagan


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