We Never Went to the Moon

Scott

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A bag hitting the ground, somehow makes sufficient noise to travel through a visor. This is like someone dropping a bag outside and hearing it through a window. Just THAT is very unlikely. But then we factor in that they are using close proximity microphones and it becomes totally absurd.
Then what caused the sound? It sounds exactly like a bag hitting the ground would sound at the precise moment when it hits the ground. Tell us what you think the source of the sound is.

https://www.houseofpolitics.com/threads/we-never-went-to-the-moon.781/page-11#post-254092
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buster12

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Then what caused the sound? It sounds exactly like a bag hitting the ground would sound at the precise moment when it hits the ground. Tell us what you think the source of the sound is.

You are spamming this bullshit on other forums and like the very dishonest person you are, ignoring pretty much every reply.

A bag hitting the ground, somehow makes sufficient noise to travel through a visor. This is like someone dropping a bag outside and hearing it through a window. Just THAT is very unlikely. But then we factor in that they are using close proximity microphones and it becomes totally absurd.

Now putting this moronic crap into context, you are claiming that NASA actually chose, for some mental reason, to use live microphones during the videos and record the full vocals all live, because of course faking it like that makes so much sense. I think to claim this is so stupid it is almost as bad as the idiotic nonsense about stars.

Playing dumb and doing a good job of it. Through 3 visors - at least 1, using live mics (totally stupid) and picked up on a microphone used for close proximity vocals.

It's any number of noises - it's right next to his mouth so could be just a light breath. Either way, the idea of a bag making a noise loud enough to go through a layer of plastic is absurd
 

Scott

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A bag hitting the ground, somehow makes sufficient noise to travel through a visor. This is like someone dropping a bag outside and hearing it through a window. Just THAT is very unlikely. But then we factor in that they are using close proximity microphones and it becomes totally absurd.

Now putting this moronic crap into context, you are claiming that NASA actually chose, for some mental reason, to use live microphones during the videos and record the full vocals all live, because of course faking it like that makes so much sense. I think to claim this is so stupid it is almost as bad as the idiotic nonsense about stars.

Playing dumb and doing a good job of it. Through 3 visors - at least 1, using live mics (totally stupid) and picked up on a microphone used for close proximity vocals.

It's any number of noises - it's right next to his mouth so could be just a light breath. Either way, the idea of a bag making a noise loud enough to go through a layer of plastic is absurd

You seem to be in denial. All those sounds which sound exactly like the the actions they correspond to would produce can't be coincidences.

https://www.houseofpolitics.com/threads/we-never-went-to-the-moon.781/page-11#post-254092
https://www.houseofpolitics.com/threads/we-never-went-to-the-moon.781/page-11#post-254070

If we start with the sounds which are obviously there and work backwards, there are several scenarios that are plausible. We don't know where the microphones really are or what kind they really are. Those space suits are just costumes so we don't know what kind of insulation they have that would block sound. The people doing the talking might not even be in the space costumes; they might be sitting on the sidelines watching it happen. That's some pretty sloppy fakery.
 

buster12

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The people doing the talking might not even be in the space costumes; they might be sitting on the sidelines watching it happen. That's some pretty sloppy fakery.

Are you actually mental? If they used external vocals, which makes perfect sense if somebody wanted to fake this, why the hell would they need any microphones on set? You are talking absolute bollocks.
 

Scott

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Are you actually mental? If they used external vocals, which makes perfect sense if somebody wanted to fake this, why the hell would they need any microphones on set? You are talking absolute bollocks.
I'm just speculating. We have the anomaly. Now we have to figure out what happened. We may never know exactly how the sound was picked up but it was picked up somehow and on the moon there wouldn't have been any sound to pick up. Our not knowing exactly how the sound was picked up doesn't make the anomaly go away.
 

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I'm just speculating.

Truly dumb.

We have the anomaly.

There is nothing anomalous about sound vibrations.

Now we have to figure out what happened.

Try not to use the word "we" here. You couldn't figure jack. In fact you have still to even give an honest answer to a very basic question:

What kind of morons use microphones on a stage set in a vacuum? Maybe it is the kind of thing you and your conspiracy nuts would do.

We may never know exactly how the sound was picked up but it was picked up somehow and on the moon there wouldn't have been any sound to pick up.

Bullshit. You have no idea what you are talking about. Vibration in objects is the medium of sound transmission.

Our not knowing exactly how the sound was picked up doesn't make the anomaly go away.

YOU are the one not knowing. Average to smart people know how it was picked up and that makes it non anomalous.
 
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