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Apollo Moon Landings

Discussion in 'The Earth and Our World' started by revsdd, Jun 11, 2018.

  1. revsdd

    revsdd Creation Is A Beautiful Thing

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    This isn't really about "our world" (well, it is in a way) but I couldn't figure out where else it would go.

    12 men spent approximately 81 hours on the moon and collectively travelled about 95 kilometres from their 6 landing sites and their activity still caused the subsurface temperature of the moon to rise between 1.6 and 3.5 degrees celsius. And yet there are still some people who argue that human activity has nothing to do with climate change on earth.


    Astronauts' movement increased subsurface temperatures on the moon, study finds
     
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  2. Luce NDs

    Luce NDs Well-Known Member

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    Gee … far out persecution of the great Trump nationalist image … but beyond Eire?
     
  3. Mendalla

    Mendalla A Node in the Interdependent Web

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    That's an interesting story. I heard it last week, maybe on SciShow or SciShow Space (Youtube channels I follow). There's already some rumblings now about needing to look at the impact we're having on Mars with the rovers before we start shooting humans over. And Earth & Our World is the usual place for science stuff so you're in the right place.
     
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  4. Luce NDs

    Luce NDs Well-Known Member

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    Imagine a disrupted cosmos … paralleling a stormy mind … brain storm? Mire icon ...
     
  5. Waterfall

    Waterfall Well-Known Member

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    Very interesting, love hearing about space stuff.
    Wonders never cease, the other day I just learned that Jupiter doesn't revolve around the sun and that Mars has the element xenon 129 in it's atmosphere that only occurs after a nuclear explosion....hmmmmm, did humans live there before?
     
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  6. Inannawhimsey

    Inannawhimsey M&M, Cascadian Lovers

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    neet
    so glad there is no such thing as having 0 effect
    and neet to keep on hearing the effects various parts of nature has on each other
    herez to a rich future as humanity continues to gentle universe (Eden)
     
  7. Luce NDs

    Luce NDs Well-Known Member

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    Who caused Jupiter to seize … the empress? Could this be insight of Jupiter as Latin god spirit … mere essence … it is said there is considerable Zenon on Jupiter … a sign of prior supernova activity … Zenon being an anesthetic … one could picture a sleeping giant … about to bolt?
     
  8. Pontifex Geronimo 13

    Pontifex Geronimo 13 #walkaway

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    That is seriously a bs story.
     
  9. BetteTheRed

    BetteTheRed Resident Heretic

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    Or it's a less subtle example of how the flap of a butterfly's wing in Africa causes a hurricane in the Caribbean...
     
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  10. Pontifex Geronimo 13

    Pontifex Geronimo 13 #walkaway

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    Exactly
     
  11. Inannawhimsey

    Inannawhimsey M&M, Cascadian Lovers

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    looking further
    it looks like the anomalous readings of increased heat in certain instruments left onna moon was only in the areas where the sensors are--which was also where the astronauts tooled around

    the instruments closer to the surface heated up before those lower down
    and the instruments were too far from the plutonium reactor to have been heated by that

    so its not that the entire moon heated up
    just specific areas
    and it looks like they also cooled?

    Apollo Astronauts Warmed Moon During Lunar Visits - Sky & Telescope

    link 2 the paper https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1029/2018JE005579
     
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  12. Luce NDs

    Luce NDs Well-Known Member

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    Can mankind really heat up localized areas by pressure on the environment?

    Isn't that in the Idea gas laws? divine far tat ion … as a tat!
     
  13. chansen

    chansen Pleasant Enough

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    Sure, if you sheeple believe the moon landings were real.
     
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  14. Inannawhimsey

    Inannawhimsey M&M, Cascadian Lovers

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    Oh Christ
    Who's that at the door?
    Alex Trebek and Jesse Ventura???
     

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