PDA

View Full Version : Turtles on The Moon?


Jarrah White
11-06-2003, 11:25 PM
I've just been brousing the drawing at the TMNT Blast from The Passed website, but on image is a little disturbing.

http://www.planetracers.com/blast/blast53.html

In the pictures, you can see what looks like the base-structure of the Apollo Lunar Lander and a abandoned lunar rover. Sorry, but TMNT or not, this comic is a piece of garbage. There are no Apollo Lunar landers on the surface of the moon, nor will there ever be. Getting a man, or as the comic suggests, a turtle on the moon is impossible, NASA knew that. What actually happened was when Kennedy promised they'd land a man on the moon and return him safty to the Earth, the US Government had to get rid of him because he had promised America the impossible, hence the JFK assassination. As Russia continued to take the lead in the spacerace, the American government officails came to one conclusion, "If you can't make it, fake it". Obviously the only thing real about the Apollo program was the launch of the Satarn V rockets. The astronauts launched into space with the command capsule, but instead of flying to the moon they orbited the Earth for eight days where they remained in full contact with Houston. On the forth day, NASA broadcasted the fake footage of the astronauts on the moon, while the astronauts themselves still orbiting the Earth sent back live voice overs "One small step, one giant leap for mankind" On day 8 the crew finally returned. To keep the truth underwraps, only a few people knew the truth behind the conspiracy, the Nixon administration, the witness to the filming, NASA CEOs and of course the astronaut crew. Everybody else at NASA was lead to believe it was an actual event. The reason why NASA had to fake it was because the astronauts could never even have survived the trip. On the surface of our sun, gigantic erruptions called solar flares spread high levels of Gamma radiation through space. The moon has no atmosphere meaning it has no Ozone layar and it's solid core means it has no Van Allen belt; no protection from the sun's solar flares, the moon sucks up the Gamma-rays like spung, turning itself into a barron radioactive wasteland. Every manned mission in history, Vostok, Gemini, Mercury, MIR, SkyLab, Space Shuttle and the current Chinese space program have remained in low Earth orbit at a space distance from the Gamma radiation. But to get to the moon you must penatrate through the radiation. Obviously the only sheilding they had was sheets of aluminium on a steel frame, but everyone knows aluminium can only withstand Alpha and Beta radiation, to block Gamma-rays you need lead. Without propper sheilding any human exposed to the Gamma-radiation would have suffered lethal doses of canser.

Cascadia
11-06-2003, 11:46 PM
oh gee..... :roll: On Apollo 14, Alan Shepard hit golf balls on the moon, how would he able to do otherwise if the moon landings were fake. I have a special spot for space missions.

Jarrah White
11-06-2003, 11:53 PM
They just played the fake footage in slow motion, if you double the speed of the film, the astronaut will appear to run as if in Earth's gravity.

Cascadia
11-06-2003, 11:56 PM
the golf balls are still in orbit

Jarrah White
11-07-2003, 12:03 AM
How do you explain the survival of the astronaus after penatrating this deadly radiation? They had propper sheilding, they didn't go to the moon.

Karpo_007
11-07-2003, 02:45 AM
I have watched a document about this, that the Lunar landing was indeed made in a studio. Not sure If I believe it tough.

Jarrah White
11-07-2003, 02:51 AM
Well it's worth noting that months before the Apollo 11 landing they couldn't even land the damn thing on earth.

Peanut
11-07-2003, 09:21 AM
This has nothing to do with Ninja Turtles. If you wanted to post about how you think the moon landing was fake then put it in General.

xZAOx
11-07-2003, 09:46 AM
Michaelangelo beat me to it - what does your ******** rant about conspiracy have to do with a comic book?

Cascadia
11-07-2003, 10:25 AM
this thread needs to be in general discussion

Apple Cat
11-07-2003, 10:37 AM
---delete this

Aztec General
11-07-2003, 11:34 AM
Take your conspiracy theories back to France where they belong.

Ninjatron
11-07-2003, 12:05 PM
What in the hell?

Dude, you're delusional.

And besides, there are no Turtles or Humans on the moon in the artwork you've linked to. I counted a robot and an alien in a robotic suit.

And furthermore, this is a comic book, which means that there was no reason, in the universe of this comic book, for that vehicle not to be there.

Sayonara.

That Matt Guy
11-07-2003, 12:09 PM
Your evidence on the moon landings being fake is pure BS. Sounds like a good paperback IMO.

Leo656
11-07-2003, 02:43 PM
I've heard it all before and it never gets any more convincing.

But one thing I've learned about people who believe this particular theory is that you can NEVER change their minds about it.

Splinter
11-07-2003, 02:45 PM
Sounds like someone has been watching, Capricorn 1. ;) :D

Cascadia
11-07-2003, 03:13 PM
I believe that the moon landings did occur. if you did not believe in the moon landings, where did the moon rocks come from that the astronauts brought back with them.

Jarrah White
11-07-2003, 04:45 PM
Do you have any idea how easy it is to create an artifical rock? Use samples from Luna 9, melt them down, mix them with chemical, they were artifically created in a lab and passed on as lunar findings.

Stefano
11-07-2003, 05:05 PM
that turtles is from vol 4 isue one. The turtles arnt in space. Its the utroms. Aparently they can survive in space.

Splinter
11-07-2003, 05:12 PM
Do you have any idea how easy it is to create an artifical rock? Use samples from Luna 9, melt them down, mix them with chemical, they were artifically created in a lab and passed on as lunar findings.
LOL. That's so absurd, it's funny. Yes, lets spend more then it would actually cost to go to the moon on some elaborate hoax that somehow is still believed this many years later. Seriously who told you this, Mulder? :D

Jarrah White
11-07-2003, 05:13 PM
that turtles is from vol 4 isue one. The turtles arnt in space. Its the utroms. Aparently they can survive in space.

Okay my mistake then. What's disturbing is the lunar lander and the rover in the picture, they were never on the moon.

Jarrah White
11-07-2003, 05:16 PM
Do you have any idea how easy it is to create an artifical rock? Use samples from Luna 9, melt them down, mix them with chemical, they were artifically created in a lab and passed on as lunar findings.
LOL. That's so absurd, it's funny. Yes, lets spend more then it would actually cost to go to the moon on some elaborate hoax that somehow is still believed this many years later. Seriously who told you this, Mulder? :D

I studdy the dangers of radiation. With my knowlegde of the existance of Gamma-rays in deep space it's gonna be kinda hard to convince me that this tiny capsule wrapped in aluminium took the astronauts to the moon.

Karpo_007
11-07-2003, 05:17 PM
Do you have any idea how easy it is to create an artifical rock? Use samples from Luna 9, melt them down, mix them with chemical, they were artifically created in a lab and passed on as lunar findings.
LOL. That's so absurd, it's funny. Yes, lets spend more then it would actually cost to go to the moon on some elaborate hoax that somehow is still believed this many years later. Seriously who told you this, Mulder? :D

Actually the theory is common. Like I said, I've seen a document film about it. But If I remember correctly, it didn't have any real proof.

Splinter
11-07-2003, 05:18 PM
that turtles is from vol 4 isue one. The turtles arnt in space. Its the utroms. Aparently they can survive in space.

Okay my mistake then. What's disturbing is the lunar lander and the rover in the picture, they were never on the moon.
There's more evidence that the Lunar Lander and the Rover were on the moon, then there is that it's some elaborate hoax. I find it even more humorous that your appauled by them appearing in comics with mutant ninja turtles, a mutant ninja rat, and brain-like aliens in robotic suits. These things must be somehow easier for you to believe, then the fact that people have been on the moon. ;) :D

Splinter
11-07-2003, 05:20 PM
Actually the theory is common. Like I said, I've seen a document film about it. But If I remember correctly, it didn't have any real proof.
I know Karpo, I've seen these so-called documentaries. And there was also a couple of movies, like Capricorn One that took the hoax idea to the next level. Good film, has O.J. Simpson in it. :)

Karpo_007
11-07-2003, 05:22 PM
Yeah, and based by those I won't belive that they would have actually gone trough the trouble of faking it.

Splinter
11-07-2003, 05:31 PM
Here's a great site that takes all these so-called 'facts' about radiation and camera tricks and explains things. It's run by a real astronomer, not some monday morning quarterback conspericy theorist. :)

http://www.badastronomy.com/bad/tv/foxapollo.html

Cascadia
11-07-2003, 05:32 PM
I just do not believe in the hoax....there is a book on the hoax, but like the documentaries, there is no real proof.

Ninjatron
11-07-2003, 05:44 PM
With my knowlegde of the existance of Gamma-rays in deep space it's gonna be kinda hard to convince me that this tiny capsule wrapped in aluminium took the astronauts to the moon.
Maybe it HULK that go to moon then!!

I heard a theroy once that the moon was made of cheese.

And one time... a COW jumped over it!

Hold on wait a minuite here.... a cow... cheese....

cows make milk... milk makes cheese...

IT ALL MAKES PERFECT SENSE!!!!!!!

Sayonara.

Leo656
11-07-2003, 08:40 PM
Seriously dude with all the stuff necessary to perpetuate this hoax, it'd be so much easier to just have actually, y'know, gone to the moon.

Y'know what I find funny? About 3/4 of people, maybe more, believe in God... and yet, some people find it hard to believe that men have actually walked on the moon. What's easier to believe: That men have gone to the moon, or that there's an invisible man in the sky that controls everything? I mean, I'm pretty sure I believe in God, and to me that is the single most farfetched thing anyone could believe in... and yet I do (mostly), therefore I believe just about anything is possible. Therefore I find it entirely reasonable and even rather likely that we did indeed go to the moon.

It's kinda like people who think wrestlers smear ketchup on their faces to "bleed" (in fact they discreetly cut themselves with razor blades if anyone didn't know by now)... reality is often FAR less complicated than fiction. What with wars being fought and all the other hoopla going on at the time, I doubt the gov't would waste millions of dollars perpetuating a "fictional" space program.

Sorry chief, your theories don't fly with me. And just ask anyone; if you wanna be anyone around here, you need my stamp of approval. So there. :P

GK Punk
11-08-2003, 07:21 AM
And we all know it's really a rabit on the moon anyways. :lol:

/me breaks tension

OA
11-08-2003, 10:56 PM
Ah conspisory theories- gotta love them....It is an interesting idea you gotta admit. Though I fail to see what the actual reason behind such an elaborate, well- thought out hoax would be...On that note, what are your thoughts on the Roswell insident? :)

Duke
11-09-2003, 12:29 AM
canser.Dude, if you are going to argue for a national conspiracy you, might want to learn how to spell cancer.

By the way, you are a moron.