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quote:Originally posted by Ians DaddyWhat's on the dark side of the moon?
quote:Originally posted by Ians DaddyAs an ex-Navy photographer, I can speculate that it had alot to do with the lighting. Since there must have been an issue with lighting and apature (light allowance) settings, as well as flash issues, the amount of surrounding darkness would cause for a difficult shot. I've heard all the conspiracy theories about us not actually landing on the moon, but staging it in a studio in order to win the "Space Race". My belief is that we indeed landed there and the picture is authentic. The stars were there, we just couldn't see them. It would be like in a film where the subject comes into focus in the foreground after we've been focused on the background, or vice versa. The subject (astronaut) was in focus (foreground) and the stars were not (background).Then again, it could all have been a hoax and we've all been duped into believing that we were there by a plotting and evil government. Just a thought.What's on the dark side of the moon? I've heard that we have clandestine labs for the ultra wealthy powers of the world and that Elvis and Colonel Sanders hang out up there...
quote:Originally posted by Ians DaddyHehehe...I actually visited the dark side of the moon once while listening to Pink Floyd. It was very smokey there and smelled of burning brush. It was quite dark there and I think the surface is covered in a bean-bag like substance. It must have been due to the lack of gravity, but I remember when I returned, I was famished.