Woman Sues NASA to Keep Its Hands Off Her Precious Vial of Neil Armstrong Moon Dust

Article: https://gizmodo.com/woman-sues-nasa-so-she-can-keep-her-vial-of-moon-dust-f-1826764287


This just in. A sample of the dust has shown traces of Arizona clay, proof positive they never landed on the moon.. lol

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  • The article actually says nothing of the sort. while another test found the composition of the moon dust sample to be similar to the “average crust of Earth.”

    If you know how the moon was formed, you know why that is.
  • t0neg0d
    538 posts Member
    Flat erf!
  • @DuneSeaFarmer If you're going to keep making these threads, why not quote the relevant bits of the article and then linking the source?

    @UrbanSpacemanKAL Yeah, the whole primordial collision thing explains the composition similarities. Also, Bill Nye isn't a real scientist, citing him is like citing Wikipedia. :^)
  • @UrbanSpacemanKAL Yeah, the whole primordial collision thing explains the composition similarities. Also, Bill Nye isn't a real scientist, citing him is like citing Wikipedia. :^) [/quote]

    I do think that Wiki has some credibility, since its peer edited. Example being, Tosh.0 had his fans change his web page to whatever they wanted. The Tosh.0 wiki page was corrected and then locked so fans couldn't put false information on it.
  • Food for thought
  • The article actually says nothing of the sort. while another test found the composition of the moon dust sample to be similar to the “average crust of Earth.”

    If you know how the moon was formed, you know why that is.

    It was a joke lol
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