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The most probable origin of NASA moon rocks



 
 
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Old October 15th 03, 09:41 PM
Michael Petukhov
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Default The most probable origin of NASA moon rocks

http://www.meteorlab.com/METEORLAB20...ffering21o.htm
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Old October 15th 03, 11:10 PM
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"Michael Petukhov" wrote in message
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Komrad Mikey, why do you continue on with this outrageous stupidity?

I know your burning hatred for everyone not Russian or who doesn't adhere to
the Soviet point of view clouds your vision quite a bit, but I *do* find it
amazing that you can't accept scientific facts - that the United States sent
not one but three men to the moon, all of whom returned successfully,
several times. That your nation failed to do so has to be the only reason
for this continued petulence on your part.

If I were you I'd seek psychological help, but not in your own nation, good
lord no! Please, seek *reliable* mental health care somewhere in the west.

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Old October 15th 03, 11:21 PM
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And this has what to do with sci.military.naval????


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"Michael Petukhov" wrote in message
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http://www.meteorlab.com/METEORLAB20...ffering21o.htm
http://webs.wichita.edu/lapo/meteor/moometeo.htm
http://epsc.wustl.edu/admin/resource...ites_list.html
http://www.mars.li/labels.html
http://209.238.151.128/nwa482sale.htm
http://www.alaska.net/~meteor/achon.htm
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Old October 16th 03, 04:51 AM
Rostyslaw J. Lewyckyj
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Bill Silvey wrote:

"Michael Petukhov" wrote in message
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Komrad Mikey, why do you continue on with this outrageous stupidity?

I know your burning hatred for everyone not Russian or who doesn't adhere to
the Soviet point of view clouds your vision quite a bit, but I *do* find it
amazing that you can't accept scientific facts - that the United States sent
not one but three men to the moon, all of whom returned successfully,
several times. That your nation failed to do so has to be the only reason
for this continued petulence on your part.

If I were you I'd seek psychological help, but not in your own nation, good
lord no! Please, seek *reliable* mental health care somewhere in the west.

Please, Mr. Silvey.
Why would you want to invite Mr. Petukhov out of Russia.
They have especially well developed psychiatric facilities in Russia,
left over from the soviet system.
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Old October 16th 03, 05:53 AM
Blair Maynard
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Well, we can rule out one source: Michael Petukhov's head.

Rocks form that location would be much denser than NASA's, they wouuld look
more like matter from the center of a black hole....


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Old October 16th 03, 09:07 AM
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And of course you also believe the Soviets sent a robot, Lunakhod (sp?) to the
moon and retrieved their own rocks?

Dan, U. S. Air Force, retired
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Old October 16th 03, 04:49 PM
Mikhail Medved
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"Bill Silvey" wrote in message om...
"Michael Petukhov" wrote in message
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Komrad Mikey, why do you continue on with this outrageous stupidity?

I know your burning hatred for everyone not Russian or who doesn't adhere to
the Soviet point of view


Hey, my friend, don't bring political agenda to the argument about the
facts: the Soviet Union never doubted the authenticity of American
lunar expeditions.

clouds your vision quite a bit, but I *do* find it
amazing that you can't accept scientific facts - that the United States sent
not one but three men to the moon, all of whom returned successfully,
several times. That your nation failed to do so has to be the only reason
for this continued petulence on your part.

If I were you I'd seek psychological help, but not in your own nation, good
lord no! Please, seek *reliable* mental health care somewhere in the west.

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Old October 16th 03, 10:25 PM
Michael Petukhov
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"Mark Test" wrote in message ...
And this has what to do with sci.military.naval????


Lots. For instance US NAVY was playing an important role in the US moon
landing hoax. After all it was NAVY who recovered return module with
new portion of US heros.

Michael



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"Michael Petukhov" wrote in message
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http://www.meteorlab.com/METEORLAB20...ffering21o.htm
http://webs.wichita.edu/lapo/meteor/moometeo.htm
http://epsc.wustl.edu/admin/resource...ites_list.html
http://www.mars.li/labels.html
http://209.238.151.128/nwa482sale.htm
http://www.alaska.net/~meteor/achon.htm
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