LoadingReadyRun: That's No Moon

Don Reba

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Donated. Always thought the Moon was a bit silly. Glad to have support from science and mag nets.
 

Namechangeday

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Fist of all, how does one forget how to pronounce their own name? I've met people who's last names were so long that they shorten it to one letter and can still pronounce it easily. Also, how would you explain "moon footage/pictures" or was that forged by NASA?
Great 'scientific' vid btw :)
 

Don Reba

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Namechangeday said:
Fist of all, how does one forget how to pronounce their own name? I've met people who's last names were so long that they shorten it to one letter and can still pronounce it easily. Also, how would you explain "moon footage/pictures" or was that forged by NASA?
Great 'scientific' vid btw :)
As a Russian Canadian, I could never pronounce my name with an English accent comfortably, so eventually I gave up and started introducing myself with the original pronunciation, listener be damned. Other than that, I speak without an accent.
 

Shinsei-J

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Before even reading the comments I went to [link]antisun.org[/link] just to check....
It was there.
While there I found out that the donate button also works, I'm very curious and I'm very close to donating.
 

Falcon123

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ritchards said:
BTW, http://www.antisun.org is indeed up and running.
Whoever started that website deserves at LEAST five internets.

OT: Great video. I don't know how I'll deal with this new knowledge that the moon does not exist, but I hope one day I'll look back on this and laugh. Also, GO PLUTO!!!
 

The Random One

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Yeah, well, of course, every scientist no there isn't a moon.

[url/http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1812]There are two[/url].
 

leviadragon99

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Whoa... Graham's hair is just wild in this one...

And just wow, calling the people that have been to the moon a "measurement error" That's a new one, didn't even have to fall back on the old conspiracy theory chestnut.
 

ANeM

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I call shenanigans. In fact, I call super shenanigans. That couldn't possibly have been filmed in Spuzzum, the building in the background clearly has more than 3 floors.
 

2xDouble

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aww, you guys missed a perfect (albeit slightly obvious) end-credits joke...

APPEARING:
Graham Stark
Paul Saunders

NOT APPEARING:
The Moon

Someonetookmyname said:
Beej on the boom: the Beejoom.
 

Don Reba

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Shinsei-J said:
Before even reading the comments I went to [link]antisun.org[/link] just to check....
It was there.
While there I found out that the donate button also works, I'm very curious and I'm very close to donating.
According to my PayPal receipt, the proceeds went to LRR, so why not?
 

Graham_LRR

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This is brilliant! For where do you draw the line between a theory that is difficult to accept because it conflicts with tradition, and a theory that really is just bullcrap?
 

caricaturecloud

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I signed in to tell you that this was really fantastic. I never bother signing in or posting anything, really, so you should be proud of yourselves. Good job, LRR.
 

Tharwen

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Isn't it kind of hard to live in Canada and not see the Aurora Borealis every once in a while?
 

Anchupom

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The genuinely worrying thing about this is that the technobabble was almost convincing in places.