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Eric Hufschmid - Apollo Moon Hoax

Eric Hufschmid - Apollo Moon Hoax

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Transistors were just beginning toreplace
vacuum tubes
, and
were used for calculations.Computers and software in the 1960'swere so crummy that the rocketscientists would have been better off with a modern
pocket calculator.
 A man had tostand in front of the machine allday and crankthe handles tocut parts.For example, millingmachines were operated byhand, which meant thatcutting curved shapes inmetal was extremely difficult.
Computer technology was very primitive in the 1960'sManufacturing technology wasalso very primitive
This "
" brandof milling machine was
advanced technology
in the 1960's
Did Anybody Really Land On The Moon?
Eric Hufschmid, last edited 6 May 2004http://www.EricHufschmid.net www.HugeQuestions.com
Today a person loads a block of metal, pushes the
button,and lets the computer cut the part. The computer cuts the partmuch faster, and with incredible precision, even curved shapes.Tool changer Chips aredumpedout hereTell me one technicalachievement of the past thatwe of today cannot do faster,better, and for less money.Email your answer to:PainfulQuestions@aol.comIf Americans could get to the moon with 1960's technology, it wouldbe
for us to get to the moon today. However, all nations have
extreme difficultly
putting an object into a
high Earth orbit
.Computer Furthermore, if Americanshad such incredibleengineering talent, whycan't we make incredibleautomobiles, train systems,and other products?This lamp blinks whenthe part is finished
How did Americans in 1969 do what nobody can do today?
When something happens that has never happened before,and which has never happened since, (such as fire causingsteel buildings to disintegrate) we should question it.
Perhaps it is because I develop software, and Icannot write software that works perfectly, I wouldwant the engineers to
prove the equipment andsoftware works
!They could start by putting animals into Earth orbit.When they figured that out they could send anunmanned rocket into moon orbit. When they gotthat working, they could send an unmanned rocketto land on the moon, and then the lunar lander wouldfly back to the earth.However, while NASA did practice putting animalsand people into Earth orbit, they skipped the testingof the lunar landing and return to Earth!Considering all the failures and deaths in the spaceprogram, how could engineers send people to themoon with rockets that had never been tested?Sure, some astronauts were willing to take the risk,but it would have made Americans look like jerks if the astronauts died on the moon because an
untested Lunar Lander 
didn't work correctly.
The Lunar Lander 
had Never Been Tested
Where are the technical specs for thelunar lander?For example, the top section blastedoff the moon with how much fuel ?How did two men live in this tiny module?Why doesn't NASA provide details on howthey accomplished the miracle of keepingmen alive in an incredibly harsh environment?Did anybody vomit from the zero gravity of space? Did the astronauts wear diapers?The bottom half was a rocketwith...how much fuel?? Is NASAkeeping this info a secret? If so, why?

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