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galapieThere are currently 14 seperate threads about this subject.....

I have enjoyed the debate, but enough is enough.

Gentlemen, I think your point is made,after all a debate

requires at least two people with conflicting points of view

Of course the real joke is i've just made it 15 threads........!!

lux.

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There are currently 14 seperate threads about this subject.....

I have enjoyed the debate, but enough is enough.

Gentlemen, I think your point is made,after all a debate

requires at least two people with conflicting points of view

Of course the real joke is i've just made it 15 threads........!!

Stephen,

I would be more than glad to oblige but if I do, Jack will claim I haven't addressed the "important issues".

To ensure that Jack's claims are proven wrong, in toto, I have to address each of them.

I realise you are talking about individual threads, but people here have their own voices.

They want people to realise jack is making serious errors, and that his Apollo theories have no credibility at all.

Sorry.

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Guest Stephen Turner

Evan.

I was'nt suggesting that the debate cease. Just that the number

of threads used is excessive.

You, Craig etc have a great knowledge of this subject,& it is

interesting to read your posts,although I do feel that any real

debate ceased a long time ago.

All the best, Steve.

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Thanks Steve.

The problem is that if we do not address every single point raised by Jack and his ilk in regard to the Apollo programme, the hoax believers go "Haha! You couldn't answer THAT, could you? See? It really WAS a hoax!"

No matter how ridiculous (like wrecking trucks on the moon), you have to show that they are wrong.

Hoax believers like Jack operate by a principle:

"I don't have to prove I'm right; you have to prove I'm WRONG."

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Thanks Steve.

The problem is that if we do not address every single point raised by Jack and his ilk in regard to the Apollo programme, the hoax believers go "Haha!  You couldn't answer THAT, could you?  See?  It really WAS a hoax!"

No matter how ridiculous (like wrecking trucks on the moon), you have to show that they are wrong.

Hoax believers like Jack operate by a principle:

"I don't have to prove I'm right; you have to prove I'm WRONG."

Point taken Evan.

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