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Posted by Geoffla on October 6, 2006 04:23:44 UTC

About point 7, there is gravity on the moon, that's how the astronauts walked around. But the flag has a sort of metal crossbeam holding it out, so it wouldn't fall.

Point 8, not your reply but the original argument: the moon is very reflective, creating alot of light pollution. All stargazers know that looking for stars in the city sucks, and when the ground is like a huge light bulb (not literally... but it's still quite bright) I'm sure the stars would be rendered less visible. We're also talking technology from 40 years ago, not the best cameras compared to what we have now.

Otehr than that, your arguments are sound (to me at least) and the arguers should stop charging poor gullible people 30 dollars for a fallacy-filled video!

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