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Terry Felter

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  1. Not much to say except that argument appears to be a cover up itself. IIRC Nixon's aides orchestrated the break in to get whatever dirt was in the files. That was ostensibly used to gain an advantage for the election. IIRC this is Derek and his "John". this had nothing to do with Apollo or to try to deflect attention away from Apollo. It was just a paranoid individual attempting to get re-elected.
  2. We're approaching 50 years with the probability of many videos chronicling the vogue.
  3. Of course you could watch a different video of the same conference that doesn't cheery pick the worst parts. Clearly this producer believes that a hoax was conducted, but nothing could be further than the truth.
  4. I even ran onto Duane Daman on YTube. He was much more polite than some of his posts that I have read here.
  5. I stumble upon these threads periodically, reading from start to finish. The debate took several days to complete. I am truly sorry that I wasn'r a member until very recently to weigh into the willfully ignorant people and their beliefs.
  6. Sad to think it has been that long with no exploration beyond LEO. At least there are plans to conduct some exploration with the SLS and third party(SpaceX maybe Blue Horizon) plans for exploration beyond LEO.
  7. I have not heard anything pro or con from any side of the issue in many months. Pre-haps the hoaxers gave up on him as he has died and can not provide anymore off the cuff statements.
  8. I have from time to time run onto hoaxers that claim that "Photoshop" or "Ducky" in an images Metadata area proves that the image has been altered. Now from what I've read those data indicate only that the software that converted the image to digital was "Photoshop" or other. What I'm asking how would it be possible to ascertain whether or not a file was altered either using this information or in conjunction with other data in the file header?
  9. The idiots Marcus Allen, David Percy(et al), Bart Sibrel make money by positioning against the landings and in my belief won't ever admit the landings occurred, nor get the science pertaining to the images including NVIDIA's current work.
  10. Here is another version that does not include him cursing his superiors. It was/is difficult to ascertain the truth with such a secret society along with relying on the secretive organizations monitoring them. http://www.wbur.org/npr/135919389/a-cosmonauts-fiery-death-retold
  11. It would be neat to have a rover land near one the crash sites and do a photo shoot of the mess made during impact.
  12. From http://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/a12/AS12-48-7100HR.jpg the lander "appears" to be sitting higher in the crater than those taken from the LM area. That alone should force a re-thinking of what to expect in Lunar image expectations.
  13. Thanks, I didn't zoom originally, but with your arrows it is in plain site.
  14. This was posted in Apollohoax.net this morning http://io9.com/jeff-bezos-recovered-apollo-rocket-parts-have-been-pres-1722897200
  15. It is good that some younger folks have that ability, instead of just watching a HB video on YT and come away with the wrong idea/perception. Good for you!
  16. In addition, the HB's bemoan the fact of a buffer zone around A11 and A17 http://www.space.com/13346-nasa-guidelines-protect-apollo-moon-landing-sites.html The Blunder from Down Under has added comment is his LRO series concerning the no-fly and buffer zones.
  17. I don't see any Surveyor in either of these images. Are the numbers correct? If they are could you give a position of where the Surveyor is? http://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/a12/AS12-46-6741HR.jpg'>http://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/a12/AS12-46-6741HR.jpg and http://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/a12/AS12-47-6948HR.jpg'>http://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/a12/AS12-47-6948HR.jpg In the second image I do see a small dot that is a different color in the crater, but nothing in the first image.
  18. I only watched one, in it he complained that some rover tracks from Apollo 15 were more visible than others in the LRO photos. I assumed it was because of difference in the soil. Or it could have been the sun angle on those tracks.
  19. A couple of quick questions. I see most of Jack's posts, but nowhere do I see Mr. Darman's posts? I remember that you had indicated he had a problem with email validation, so are these posts from another thread/forum? Since I was unaware of Aulis website until about 2-3 months ago and this thread is 9 years old, have they taken down what has been debunked in the ensuing time period? I nearly have a headache reading this whole thread, but it was worth it. My initial impression of Mr. White's ability was vastly overestimated. Like many he spouts a reel of question but never will debate a solution. The know they are right, don't confuse them with facts that prove them wrong. Good job on the restoration, I wished I had been around here 10 years ago.
  20. I don't see any Surveyor in either of these images. Are the numbers correct? If they are could you give a position of where the Surveyor is?
  21. Evan: I believe a short sticky at the front of this forum might help navigating. Sometime between the original postings and current (10 Aug 2015) NASA has changed the links to the ALSJ. An example would be one of the original image link: "http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a15/as15-85-11450HR.jpg" is now: "http://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/a15/AS15-85-11450.jpg" The folder locations: /office/pao/Hisoryhave been deleted. Thanks
  22. First post here, but not other places. I'm a graduate engineer working in the oil/gas operations area since 1969. I never published anything just use those tools that the authors have presented in ways to help optimize what I supervise. My interests are in space, programming and gaming.
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