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Old 11-06-2009, 01:03 PM
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Default Re: Are the Laws of Physics Wrong?

Originally Posted by galexander View Post
I was using what's known as rhetoric. FOOL!! Check the dictionary under 'r'.

If you're a devout believer in NASA inspired quack science then bully for you.

Wasn't it NASA who 'finally proved' that the Moon's craters were meteoritic as a result of the Apollo landings? And don't 30% of the US public disbelieve that man ever set foot on the Moon?

Don't be so smug EireEngineer.
Actually, I believe that it was research into terrestrial impact craters that explained the structure of those on the moon. Look at Crater Lake with its prominent central uplift. It wasnt NASA, it was geology.
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