Proof We Landed on the Moon: It's in the Dust

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Proof We Landed on the Moon: It's in the DustCheck out PART 2 - Proof We Landed on the Moon ! I am not saying that we did or did not land on the moon, I am just saying that the excuse they gave or the reasoning they used is flawed how quickly the dust trail from the Lunar rover falls back to the surface so quickly, it does not take 1/6th of the time compared to Earths gravity. It appears to fall at the same rate as here on earth! Remember, they are showing the clips in S L O W motion!I am well aware of the m/s of the Moons gravity, or basically 1/6 the gravity, so things on the Moon will weigh only of what they weigh on the Earth! The dust does not fall at a rate of 1/6th the time it takes on earth, in fact the Lunar rover footage displays the same amount of time it takes on earth when you view the footage at normal seep, not slow motion as we viewed in the video!The so called rooster tail verses the parabolic arc is also another false assumption or observation. I clearly show footage of dune buggies on sand that display the exact motional patterned arc we viewed from the rover footage! Of course sand and is heavier than dust, yet we find the exact rooster tail effect that we saw on the lunar footage! The dust aeration is exactly as we see here on earth, because the moon is also a regolith Video: Amy Shira TeitelLaboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics: Space: Truthiracy Film Production - Educational ResearchTruthiracy House of WisdomAll material is the opinion of Christopher Lord of Truthiracy Films(for legal reasons)NOTICE: Fair Use Copyright Law"Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."

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