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Climate Change is just a hoax to control the masses

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« Reply #40 on: March 07, 2024, 21:59:51 pm »

The Van Allen belt boondoggle. The Apollo capsule was shielded against radiation though in fact it hardly needed to be. The speed and trajectory of the vehicle meant that the astronauts were exposed to about as much radiation as you would expect to get from a chest x-ray. The Van Allen belts are not a huge, concentrated sphere of deadly radiation surrounding the whole planet, they form a figure of eight shape and have weaker and stronger areas as well as convergence points where the radiation levels are minimal. Traversing them is not a problem as long as you donít hang around, and the Apollo vehicles didnít. As for the risk of the crew being wiped out by an unpredictable solar flare, well, tough cookies if they were. These men were ex-test pilots. They were used to taking risks.
It did not have a temperature as on Earth , as there is no air to heat up! So this answer basically refers to the lunar surface,
It was lunar morning so it was not as hot as it could get, between the 180 degrees C in the sun and the -160 degrees in shadow .
The lunar surface temperature was about 110 C in the sun, where the LM landed.
But you have to remember they were wearing suits designed to deal with this ,and because there is no atmosphere it is not like being in an oven.
The only way they could get hot was radiant heat from the sun which takes time to heat things up and contact with something warm like the lunar surface.
Just a simple thing like having a bright white space suit mean that most of the heat was just reflected away. They also had air conditioning in the suits that could be adjusted as needed.
Their boots consisted or an inner boot and an external thickly insulated outer boot.

We also have to remember some of the other thigs you have told us. Hoskins is awful. Liz Truss is bound for greatness etc.
With a track record like yours, I'm fully expecting Brough to be our first million pound player soon.

Dont forget that the moon buggies had mudguards fitted, in order to prevent dust from being thrown up, and sticking to the nice white suits, this could affect temperature control. If they should break, then you could fix them with duct tape.
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« Reply #41 on: March 08, 2024, 00:07:59 am »

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« Reply #42 on: March 08, 2024, 00:53:31 am »

The Van Allen belt boondoggle. The Apollo capsule was shielded against radiation though in fact it hardly needed to be. The speed and trajectory of the vehicle meant that the astronauts were exposed to about as much radiation as you would expect to get from a chest x-ray. The Van Allen belts are not a huge, concentrated sphere of deadly radiation surrounding the whole planet, they form a figure of eight shape and have weaker and stronger areas as well as convergence points where the radiation levels are minimal. Traversing them is not a problem as long as you donít hang around, and the Apollo vehicles didnít. As for the risk of the crew being wiped out by an unpredictable solar flare, well, tough cookies if they were. These men were ex-test pilots. They were used to taking risks.
It did not have a temperature as on Earth , as there is no air to heat up! So this answer basically refers to the lunar surface,
It was lunar morning so it was not as hot as it could get, between the 180 degrees C in the sun and the -160 degrees in shadow .
The lunar surface temperature was about 110 C in the sun, where the LM landed.
But you have to remember they were wearing suits designed to deal with this ,and because there is no atmosphere it is not like being in an oven.
The only way they could get hot was radiant heat from the sun which takes time to heat things up and contact with something warm like the lunar surface.
Just a simple thing like having a bright white space suit mean that most of the heat was just reflected away. They also had air conditioning in the suits that could be adjusted as needed.
Their boots consisted or an inner boot and an external thickly insulated outer boot.

We also have to remember some of the other thigs you have told us. Hoskins is awful. Liz Truss is bound for greatness etc.
With a track record like yours, I'm fully expecting Brough to be our first million pound player soon.

That's a great answer.
So the first bit is a bit like those guys who walk on hot coals. Easy. Van Allen, Pah! Not even van de graaff.
The second bit; 110įc, that's hot. Armstrong was pogoing, wonder what he'd got on his headphones? Space travel in the sixities... 19776/77?
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« Reply #43 on: March 08, 2024, 06:26:33 am »

The Van Allen belt boondoggle. The Apollo capsule was shielded against radiation though in fact it hardly needed to be. The speed and trajectory of the vehicle meant that the astronauts were exposed to about as much radiation as you would expect to get from a chest x-ray. The Van Allen belts are not a huge, concentrated sphere of deadly radiation surrounding the whole planet, they form a figure of eight shape and have weaker and stronger areas as well as convergence points where the radiation levels are minimal. Traversing them is not a problem as long as you donít hang around, and the Apollo vehicles didnít.

That's all well and good, but how do you account for the Fantastic Four?
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« Reply #44 on: March 08, 2024, 12:38:50 pm »

That's all well and good, but how do you account for the Fantastic Four?
Willis, Sherring, Guthrie and Brough? Well, Brady's transfer skills obviously.
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« Reply #45 on: March 08, 2024, 13:30:33 pm »

Willis, Sherring, Guthrie and Brough? Well, Brady's transfer skills obviously.

I guess Leno would be Mr Fantastic, Sammy the Human Torch, Bayo would have been The Thing and, of course, Danny Hylton would be our very own Invisible Man.
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« Reply #46 on: March 08, 2024, 15:40:45 pm »


Whenever I see this sort of thing, I immediately look for a book promotion, and lo and behold, Clintons qoutes were taken from his book. Cmon Manny, you can do better than that. Wink
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« Reply #47 on: March 08, 2024, 19:52:08 pm »

Cmon Manny, you can do better than that. Wink

#1 Phrases that have never been said on The Hotel End before. 😉
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« Reply #48 on: March 09, 2024, 09:23:09 am »

My favourite part of the BS is when the astronaut is asked how they kept cool in their space suits, itís 200 degrees plus on the surface, he replies they were air conditioned and powered by batteries,in 1969, seriously, the whole thing is just too silly for words, not to mention they finished walking on the moon and then blasted off  63 miles up and docked with the command module that was orbiting the moon and travelling at Mach 4.
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« Reply #49 on: March 09, 2024, 10:13:06 am »

My favourite part of the BS is when the astronaut is asked how they kept cool in their space suits, it’s 200 degrees plus on the surface, he replies they were air conditioned and powered by batteries,in 1969, seriously, the whole thing is just too silly for words, not to mention they finished walking on the moon and then blasted off  63 miles up and docked with the command module that was orbiting the moon and travelling at Mach 4.

So based on your theory how do we dock with ISS which is at an altitude of 262 miles orbiting at Mach 22? Are you saying that the ISS is a hoax? Do you understand the concept of intersecting vectors? An easy example is clay pigeon shooting.

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« Reply #50 on: March 09, 2024, 10:38:26 am »

So based on your theory how do we dock with ISS which is at an altitude of 262 miles orbiting at Mach 22? Are you saying that the ISS is a hoax? Do you understand the concept of intersecting vectors? An easy example is clay pigeon shooting.



You're not telling me clay pigeon shooting is a hoax as well is it? I'd already sussed that they are not real birds, but that really is something else.

What a week, first not trouncing the PÝsh, now this. I don't know what to think anymore.
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« Reply #51 on: March 09, 2024, 11:15:22 am »

So based on your theory how do we dock with ISS which is at an altitude of 262 miles orbiting at Mach 22? Are you saying that the ISS is a hoax? Do you understand the concept of intersecting vectors? An easy example is clay pigeon shooting.


I wouldn't waste your time. However much common sense, scientific fact, or personal stories you present, conspiracy theorists NEVER change their minds. The acceptance that they've been misled, would be too crushing to their egos.
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« Reply #52 on: March 09, 2024, 19:02:09 pm »

So based on your theory how do we dock with ISS which is at an altitude of 262 miles orbiting at Mach 22? Are you saying that the ISS is a hoax? Do you understand the concept of intersecting vectors? An easy example is clay pigeon shooting.


The ISS isnít a hoax, it is the furthest away from earth humans have been though.
Intersecting vectors, in 1969? 😂
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« Reply #53 on: March 09, 2024, 20:16:21 pm »

I believe every word a rangers supporting, stonner kebab eating, Buckie drinking, wind up merchant says, apart from the Dinosaur conspiracy of course 😉
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« Reply #54 on: March 09, 2024, 20:18:14 pm »

I believe every word a rangers supporting, stonner kebab eating, Buckie drinking, wind up merchant says, apart from the Dinosaur conspiracy of course 😉
Donít knock a Stonner mate, just donít plan to do much for the next 24hrs 😉
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« Reply #55 on: March 10, 2024, 12:40:40 pm »

The ISS isn’t a hoax, it is the furthest away from earth humans have been though.
Intersecting vectors, in 1969?

So you think there was no such thing as intersecting vectors in 1969. Oh dear you really are making a clown of yourself. You do realise that mathematicians have been working on the field of vectors since 1636.
As usual a moon landing denier has no rational argument to back up his case.
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« Reply #56 on: March 10, 2024, 14:17:02 pm »

Wallace and Gromit managed to get there. Thats enough evidence for me.
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« Reply #57 on: March 10, 2024, 21:00:45 pm »

So you think there was no such thing as intersecting vectors in 1969. Oh dear you really are making a clown of yourself. You do realise that mathematicians have been working on the field of vectors since 1636.
As usual a moon landing denier has no rational argument to back up his case.
What are you fcuking wittering on about now?Of course there was mathematical theory in 1969, applying it 240,000 miles from earth 55 years ago is a bit of a challenge.
Watch the video.
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« Reply #58 on: March 10, 2024, 23:21:37 pm »

What are you fcuking wittering on about now?Of course there was mathematical theory in 1969, applying it 240,000 miles from earth 55 years ago is a bit of a challenge.
Watch the video.

The depth of your delusion astounds me. Do you think that they couldn't calculate the launch time required to intercept the orbiting capsule?
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« Reply #59 on: March 10, 2024, 23:37:22 pm »

The depth of your delusion astounds me. Do you think that they couldn't calculate the launch time required to intercept the orbiting capsule?
😂 itís all very well working it out it DOING it that takes some doing with 1969 technologies, itís just not feasible. Itís you who are delusional if you think tat actually happened.
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