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Old 11-22-2017, 04:05 PM
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Did you ever watch the footage? NASA claims they "lost" the original footage so you can't examine it. It's like watching a bad horror movie from the 60s.

 
Old 11-22-2017, 04:24 PM
 
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So, did we have or not the technology for such a feat?
Yes next
 
Old 11-22-2017, 04:37 PM
 
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If people only knew what truly exist... some things that are already developed will be many years and some a decade or maybe more away... from being made available to and for the public.


Much of the technology and other advances that exist, we simply are not evolved as a general society to be ready for it.
We have killed a mass of people just because of the Cell Phones, because we have not figured out, you don't use a cell phone while driving. and people are killing each other over social media posting...

Some technology, society is just not mentally and educationally and culturally equipped to deal with it.

To show a simple advanced that is astounding. "Look at a Micro SD Card... and think of the volumes of data and video it can hold. yet it is no bigger than a fingernail.

Today's cell technology can do much of the things done on a full sized desktop computer. 40-50 yrs ago, a computer the size of a large room could not do what and outdated cell phone of today can do.

There are just things the general public is not read for. Even the guy with the rocket pack.. could not be allowed in general public by a mass of people, because it would likely become unsafe to even walk outside,without someone crashing into others, or dropping things on people.

We have no idea what they placed on the Moon? Nor do we even know what's in orbit circling the earth, and we certainly don't know how far man has actually gone into space far and beyond the moon.

When one looks at the capabilities of "Google Earth" that alone is astounding.... not to mention the general and free google maps, that basically shows images of where ever roads or highways exist.

Still as people we can't get past the skin color of each other, or the hair texture, or the ethnicity and languages of each other.

We whine and cry like the world is going to run out of money, and that is "never" going to happen, because man can switch to crypto currency before that would be allowed, and he can take a computer and create all the money he can imagine. Even today, with the 20 Trillion in debt... the world knows it will never be paid.. only time will change the valuation system, where we now function with billion dollar things being bought and sold... When decades ago, a billion was an astronomical number and debt figure.. at some point, things will be bought and traded in the "trillion dollar" valuations.
a hundred years ago... billions of dollars for anything was almost unheard of... it was about 100's of thousands, and millions, and then it went to 10's and 100's of millions, today, its about "billions". We have single individuals now claiming net worth of $60-70 billion

and here we are crying about the cost of "health care"... When we should be investing 100's of Billion building new technology Medical centers with high volumes of specialty scan and other type functioning units of digital imaging and testing equipment. Yet, we still trip on "doctors walking around with a stethoscope around his neck, because that's the "image promoted and stuck in our heads as to the characterizations of a Doctor. when many now... have been trained to use "robotic surgical techniques", and before long, that too will be done by a programmable robot that operates the same machine. We have self driving car technology... but we won't invest in "embedding the right sensor" in the existing roadways. A visit to a doctor could be as simple as a full body scan, with a sampling of body fluid, that can be ran through a powerful computer that can give all the metrics of chemical balances and toxicity levels to tell us anything that is happening within our bodies. they know the combination of chemical reacting compounds to re-balance much of it. But they are not going to make it generically available. There is too much money to be made with the old methods. It will take a new generation of people, to dispense with the old methods, the same as it took, with the introduction of the computer into the general workforce.

Organizations have robots, that can jump, fall on its back and still get up and walk again where it is programmed to go. After all the long history of "human beings" we are still "tripped out about sex organs", and yet, they have been used to create over 7 billion people, and they all functions based on a generic nature of what it can and does do.

We have super computers that can process and calculate more stuff that a million people can in a million years, and it can do it in matter of minutes or less.
scramjet technology has been in development and process since the 1950's.... but it has not be made commercial and it may still be a while before it is.

What may be revealed in the next 25 yrs will be astounding to our current society... but it will be like the youth of today, having no idea what a old phonographic record is, when they can "stream" all the music they want and access a endless library of music from every type of music that exist around the world. and use the same devise, to talk, take picture, send messages, and much else. No more of the old "telegraph system".... today people only uses "fax machines" because they want to... email can do the same and do it with better clarity in documents transfers. Or people can simply access a data portal from the other side of the world and view uploaded documents and other data, "instantaneously".

We doubt too much, and then we take too much for granted... and don't think in broad enough terms to see the marvels of our society at this present time.

No one has to go out and chop down a tree or drag dead wood and put into a cast Iron unity, in order to cook a meal, we don't even have to drop a bucket in a well and use a rope and pulley to bring it up to get water. Nor do we have to stand around and wait for it to get hot, if we want hot water... just reach over and turn on the faucet marked hot.

We can get on a regular Jumbo Jet, and stay in the air 12 hours flying to the other side of the world, without refueling, and we can sit back and watch a movie, listen to music, eat, sleep and use the bathroom while its flying.

Does anyone remember the Old Star Trek show, where they came to a planet where people were acting like 1920 and 1930's gangsters... yet, the crew of the Enterprise, were into "teleportation of themselves" and communicating with the Enterprise from ground, while the people in that scrips were running around still playing "gangster games"..

That's good comparative similarity of spread between what technology has developed and where we are as a general society.
You love to hear yourself talk, don't ya?
 
Old 11-22-2017, 04:38 PM
 
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Did you ever watch the footage? NASA claims they "lost" the original footage so you can't examine it. It's like watching a bad horror movie from the 60s.
So you are saying it is fake? Shocking!
 
Old 11-22-2017, 05:17 PM
 
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If we take into account the satellite technology of that era, then the odds are not good
 
Old 11-22-2017, 05:22 PM
 
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So, did we have or not the technology for such a feat?

Faking it would require technology no one is claiming existed.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_loUDS4c3Cs
 
Old 11-22-2017, 05:23 PM
 
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If we take into account the satellite technology of that era, then the odds are not good
 
Old 11-22-2017, 05:55 PM
 
Location: Virginia
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Ask this guy!

This man is about to launch himself in his homemade rocket to prove the Earth is flat



https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.b1259693458a
 
Old 11-22-2017, 06:03 PM
 
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If we take into account the satellite technology of that era, then the odds are not good
Well , you would be wrong. Next!
 
Old 11-22-2017, 06:03 PM
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My most immediate thought about the moon right now is that it must be full.
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