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  • Randa Ranatunga
    Randa Ranatunga Year ago +8502

    The science behind vacuums and the way they affect simple everyday stuff is so cool when showed like this

    • R F
      R F 12 days ago

      @* USA * Vacuums don’t suck or exert any force whatsoever. The gas pressure of the atmosphere would make it expand into space except gravity counteracts that.

    • LJ Re
      LJ Re 2 months ago

      Had nothing to do with the vacuum. Repeat 2nd grade immediately.

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 7 months ago

      . . There is a better and less well known example of flag movement. An astronaut walked by the flag during one of the missions and movement was seen -- while some people said he either brushed the flag as he passed in front of it, or stepped near the pole, causing it to move. A close up during the video, however shows that the flag began to move before he reached it, caused by the slight pressure wave preceding him and leaving all doubt behind that they were in an atmosphere rather than the airless environment on the moon.

    • DanDeMan
      DanDeMan 8 months ago

      @warranted skepticism but you can... you do understand that gases are affected by gravity?

    • DanDeMan
      DanDeMan 8 months ago

      @INSECT BITE gold isn't magnetic you flat brain

  • Super Kami Kirby
    Super Kami Kirby 3 months ago +10078

    It was faked, they just filmed it on the moon to make it look as realistic as possible.

  • ZakkBWyldin
    ZakkBWyldin 6 months ago +7529

    Wow it's almost like when something moves, it moves.

    • XandTheIronMiner
      XandTheIronMiner 19 days ago

      @Spencer Wallace What are you even talking about. I looked everywhere and there's nothing I see you could be talking about.

    • Spencer Wallace
      Spencer Wallace 19 days ago

      @XandTheIronMiner bro that’s 5 different people with the internet involved you joking right?

    • Tylor, the Maker
      Tylor, the Maker 22 days ago

      @Mayuk Choudhury your probably a flat earther

    • Ghost
      Ghost 23 days ago

      @Mayuk Choudhury think whatever you want

    • Mayuk Choudhury
      Mayuk Choudhury 23 days ago

      The astronauts were not shaking the Flag.. they were just holding it... Whereas you are violently shaking the container with a thin gold leaf... trying to prove a hoax.... america never went to the moon...Hollywood with Stanley Kubrick did.....!

  • Gonggus Gagaius VII of Rome
    Gonggus Gagaius VII of Rome 3 months ago +1780

    At that time it was so much cheaper to go to the moon than to invent CGI

    • BlazeWolf
      BlazeWolf 2 days ago

      @Phil Indeblanc "This moron" Have you looked in the mirror, lately? 🙂

    • B
      B 11 days ago

      @Phil Indeblanc Also, you do have to do it live. You keep screaming "rebroadcasting", but fail to realize that the meaning of rebroadcasting is repeating something that was recorded live. And also, can you list any proof that the landing was edited? You can't just say it was without explaining why.

    • B
      B 11 days ago +1

      @Phil Indeblanc Also, the reason your comments are getting ghosted is because you're replying to like 10 people at the same time, in rapid succession. Of course that looks _a little like_ spamming, doesn't it?

    • B
      B 11 days ago +1

      @Phil Indeblanc Where the hell did this budge stuff come from? Flat earth?

    • Phil Indeblanc
      Phil Indeblanc 11 days ago

      Do you realize what it means to have a 2hr+ continuous shot? I know very well what he is saying. This guy has surely not heard of editing.

  • •Razzed•
    •Razzed• 3 months ago +1132

    Imagine going to space just to have people say “🧢”

    • Jessie Velasco
      Jessie Velasco 22 hours ago +1

      Lmao all the efforts

    • Slow Decay
      Slow Decay 8 days ago +1

      @Jacky Jax the truth being that we can’t land on the moon? Oh man, what a scary truth

    • Shannel
      Shannel 12 days ago

      I mean it is a fraud though

    • Life On Lockdown
      Life On Lockdown 20 days ago +2

      @Timmothy Lopez its not, there is tons of evidence that space is real and that the actually went to space.

    • Timmothy Lopez
      Timmothy Lopez 20 days ago

      @Worm dude imagen I couldn’t be near you or I would have smacked the shit outa you your so sucked into the media you can’t see it’s literally controlling what you say

  • TheKyleBrah
    TheKyleBrah 5 months ago +3722

    "The astronauts were struggling to get the American Flag erect."
    There's pills for that, you know

    • Mayuk Choudhury
      Mayuk Choudhury 23 days ago

      The astronauts were not shaking the Flag.. they were just holding it... Whereas you are violently shaking the container with a thin gold leaf... trying to prove a hoax.... america never went to the moon...Hollywood with Stanley Kubrick did.....!

    • Nutter butter
      Nutter butter 27 days ago

      *viagra*

    • Nynvib
      Nynvib Month ago

      ​@Todes zauberer778 You're actually just asking for this 🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓

    • Factz World
      Factz World Month ago +1

      @Paul Chiara wow 😣

    • Paul Chiara
      Paul Chiara Month ago

      This is the comment I came here looking for

  • DOOMGUY 420
    DOOMGUY 420 17 hours ago +1

    Stanley Kubrick wanted the moon landing to be authentic, so he filmed on location.

  • IHateDio
    IHateDio 3 months ago +35

    I love how, even though its incredibly obvious, he still proves it.

  • Rinicks
    Rinicks 3 months ago +67

    I love no matter how correct this is, people still doubt it.

    • Phil Indeblanc
      Phil Indeblanc 11 days ago

      there is no reason to believe it is correct. There is video evidence it is faked, and they lied. So this is why. And censorship is the 20billion friend that keeps it that way.

  • Charles Gilbert
    Charles Gilbert 6 months ago +9

    Also, do they really think NASA would mess up on something so obvious?

    • XandTheIronMiner
      XandTheIronMiner 6 months ago +6

      Yeah, like they think they're some kind of evil master minds, yet they make a "mistake" every 2 seconds. Lmao.

  • LeJeel
    LeJeel 2 days ago +1

    It was real, the set production was just not as good as they thought possible.

  • Joey
    Joey 7 days ago +9

    The fact that this needed explaining is absurd to me

  • K Locke
    K Locke 2 months ago +5

    As an addendum, the reduced atmosphere meant less air friction to dampen the fluttering.

  • Braden Meyer
    Braden Meyer Year ago +9316

    This man really had to do this entire set up just to show conspiracy theorists that things move when you shake them.

    • Shanna
      Shanna 22 days ago

      I just read all of these comments and my sides are killing me from
      🤣😆🤣😆🤪🤣😝🤣👽🤣

    • Mayuk Choudhury
      Mayuk Choudhury 23 days ago

      The astronauts were not shaking the Flag.. they were just holding it... Whereas you are violently shaking the container with a thin gold leaf... trying to prove a hoax.... america never went to the moon...Hollywood with Stanley Kubrick did.....!

    • Shanna
      Shanna 26 days ago

      Lolol

    • Rich Robin
      Rich Robin Month ago

      @Magic Cloud they are fucking morons what else would you expect

    • aop jacko
      aop jacko 4 months ago +1

      Yeah ikr

  • Kraken294
    Kraken294 3 months ago +3

    I can’t see how people think it’s fake, it was a great moment for the country and would’ve been amazing to be there standing and to be the first man on the moon.

  • Gabriel Sales Martins
    Gabriel Sales Martins 6 months ago +35

    The thing is that the moonlanding was filmed by Kubrick, and he was so perfectionist that he went to the very moon to film it.

  • lolcode
    lolcode 4 months ago +2

    I like how everyone is questioning moon landing, but nobody questions the first man in space (which arguably more impressive)

  • GunTheGoldMiner
    GunTheGoldMiner 4 months ago +17

    "wait... Stuff can actually MOVE in space?"
    - people who believe moon landing was fake.

  • John Theux
    John Theux Year ago +24640

    You can't argue with people who think gravity is caused by atmospheric pressure...

    • Shanna
      Shanna 26 days ago

      ​@Sir Broccolington The Third Upwards Lol

    • Shanna
      Shanna 26 days ago

      Lolol

    • Thuyvan NguyenThi
      Thuyvan NguyenThi 28 days ago

      ​@Anubhav Kumar
      Nah the air plessure one is more clever in my opinion, *it got me and my friends in like 8 years*
      The earth moving one is also clever, but kids will think sth like "Then why we haven't become pancakes yet?"

    • I Am
      I Am Month ago

      @Sir Broccolington The Third
      Constantly moving upwards? 🤔
      So, the airplane and the other things that flying are constantly moving upwards too? *Boom *Mind blow job 😮

    • Mr. Spank
      Mr. Spank 2 months ago

      @Paco JuanRico - hey, just checking to see if you've changed your mind as to the shadow of the Earth?

  • Aaron Morris
    Aaron Morris 6 months ago +3

    it's come to a point where we know that it would have been actually more expensive to fake the moon landing because the lighting would be almost impossible to make like that at the time

  • F. B. I
    F. B. I 4 months ago +3

    The simple explanation is : we can move in space and also objects ❤️

  • M4NGL3D 1212
    M4NGL3D 1212 6 months ago +7

    Darn, I always thought that low atmospheric pressure would cause cloth to become cardboard!

  • llYossarian
    llYossarian 4 months ago +3

    I love how the argument is always that it's "flapping in the breeze" as if someone left a door open on the soundstage because they're not actually smart enough to make an argument about the behavior of a flag in vacuum vs. atmospheric conditions...

    • XandTheIronMiner
      XandTheIronMiner 4 months ago

      Some also say that the wind they produced from moving moved the flag. They're moving super slowly, plus here on Earth, the wind isn't NEAR strong enough to effect the flag at ALL.

  • Torcher Death
    Torcher Death Year ago +2896

    A true conspiracy theorist would say it only fluttered inside the vacuum chamber, because it's still on Earth & not on the moon...

    • Shanna
      Shanna 26 days ago

      Lolol

    • Helio
      Helio 3 months ago

      @Amir Haikal USSR actually won the space race in all other aspects except the moon. For example, the first woman in space and the first sattellite.

    • LFruity
      LFruity 4 months ago

      @Ronald Greene 🗿

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 4 months ago

      . . normalization rather than conspiracy is how influence and corruption create and take precedence, so that awareness is hostage to the needs for anything other than ourselves to define what is real and acceptable -- the need for any form of consensus to rule us unaware, lest we ever accept responsibility.
      . . I found an better example from the Apollo 15 mission, and one that has not been blurred more than the original. The name of the video is "Apollo 15 flag movement" and the Clip-Share channel is "Sensible Site" which sounds like a sponsored effort. I'm unable to post links.
      This particular video suggests that static electricity is responsible for movement . . the problem however is -- astronaut suit and flag attached to pole are both in contact with the ground surface so that no static charge or difference can develop. A slight pressure wave however is apparent preceding the astronaut while approaching the flag (20" x 38") that contains 760 square inches of a light weight plastic film -- the suspended material of which the slightest of air movements will be capable of shifting noticeably before reaching the flag, and even more so in passing.
      We have the added difficulty of a very substantial image of the sun seen in the visor of Apollo astronauts during EVAs -- while the sun in the visor of shuttle astronauts of essentially the same curvature is nearly a pinpoint by comparison -- as it should be. Glare cannot be claimed for one and not the other. To match the intensity of the sun in the airless environment on the lunar surface apparently required the use of a very large light source in close proximity just outside camera range.

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 7 months ago

      . . There is a better and less well known example of flag movement. An astronaut walked by the flag during one of the missions and movement was seen -- while some people said he either brushed the flag as he passed in front of it, or stepped near the pole, causing it to move. A close up during the video, however shows that the flag began to move before he reached it, caused by the slight pressure wave preceding him and leaving all doubt behind that they were in an atmosphere rather than the airless environment on the moon.

  • Robert reed
    Robert reed 3 months ago

    You gotta love humanity sometimes, the things we've done are truly amazing. Although the people that don't believe we've done them aren't so amazing as shown by the comments... i can only imagine how the people that have been to the moon must feel when they hear people say "we've never been to the moon", its gotta be such a weird feeling to have been to a place some don't even believe we can go, plus its gotta be a good laugh every time they hear it😂

  • Sprits Fal
    Sprits Fal 2 months ago +20

    Even back in high school I thought "It moved cuz they were moving it. The energy needs to go somewhere." Dunno how others thought.....nvm. Flawed logic to think they had a thought at all.

  • emoji page
    emoji page 4 days ago +1

    Bashing a lie with science 🔭

  • o_o _o
    o_o _o 4 months ago +6

    To all the single celled organisms in the comment section I am going to answer why there are no stars in the videos of the moons landing:
    They're on the bright side of the moon, the sky may look black but the moon's landscape is still illuminated by the sun.

  • Aaron Alkor
    Aaron Alkor Year ago +12752

    This Guy: Disproves Conspiracy Theorists
    Conspiracy Theorists: Well, we’re just gonna ignore this

    • Prathamesh Minde
      Prathamesh Minde 6 days ago

      @Belladonna High i. U. Bbbb bhhhiiiiiiiiii hhib. Ih. H i. B. Bb u.

    • Prathamesh Minde
      Prathamesh Minde 6 days ago

      @Belladonna High hhiu hib. Hj. H uih. J h viii u I will try and see. Huu hhu. Hii U jhjihi. H. J. Ih ubjhu

    • Prathamesh Minde
      Prathamesh Minde 6 days ago

      @Belladonna High hhiu hib. Hj. H uih. J h viii u I will try and see. Huu hhu. Hii U jhjihi. H. J. Ih ubjhu

    • Prathamesh Minde
      Prathamesh Minde 6 days ago

      @Belladonna High hhiu hib. Hj. H uih. J h viii u I will try and see. Huu hhu. Hii U jhjihi. H. J. Ih ubjhu

    • Hank Locklear
      Hank Locklear Month ago

      He didn't disprove anything. The moon landing is fake.

  • Guy
    Guy 26 days ago +15

    Let’s be real here…. There’s weirdos that genuinely believe that the earth is flat and life on earth sprang up all in one day. So arguing with said lunatics that say that the moon landing was faked is as effective as trying to remove the stench off of a pile of manure.

    • Myunili
      Myunili 13 days ago

      Honestly, I almost feel bad for them. Imagine being this dense 💀

    • egg haver
      egg haver 15 days ago

      I'd need to dry and freeze them

    • Lucifer
      Lucifer 22 days ago +3

      Watch out mate. You'll trigger the delusional flat earthers.

    • hipjoe roflmto
      hipjoe roflmto 25 days ago +2

      Fabrezz

  • Urban Vendetta
    Urban Vendetta 6 months ago +8

    One of my friends broke the news to me that he thinks the earth and the moon are flat. He also regularly takes good photographs of celestial bodies, including the moon. and insists he thinks it looks flat, even with obvious curves with the moon phases. Craziness

  • Purple Face
    Purple Face 2 months ago +3

    also the flag had a bar on the top to keep it flayed out so it could “fly” even without wind (or people) to make it move

  • ꙮwꙮ Marek ꙮwꙮ
    ꙮwꙮ Marek ꙮwꙮ 2 months ago +6

    I find it weird that their idea implies they filmed the moon landing outside on a breezy day. Like, why would they do that?

  • John Doe
    John Doe Year ago +5335

    Helpful tip: if a conspiracy theorist ever comes up to you and says the moon landing is fake, just answer them by saying, “oh, you’re one of those people who believe the moon is real.” And it’ll throw them way off gaurd

    • Mysticladytarot777
      Mysticladytarot777 15 days ago +1

      everyone knows the moon is a giant spaceship

    • Ashwin Gowrie
      Ashwin Gowrie 29 days ago +1

      Amaricans are so proud of believing in there fairytales

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene Month ago +1

      @Hank Locklear . . It's interesting how they used a lot of flat panel construction for containment in the lunar module . . demonstrating either a lack of need to contain the pressure, or the lack of need to save weight in a program where weight was deemed to be critical. Flat panel construction and framework is the most inefficient form of pressure containment, requiring extra weight of panel and framework to compensate. A single panel of only 24" square contains 576 square inches, and at 5 psi this amounts to 2880 lbs. of cumulative force expressed upon that panel alone and with the inherent stress points of flat panel construction requiring additional thickness and heavier materials.

    • Hank Locklear
      Hank Locklear Month ago

      The moon landing is fake. Man has never been to the moon. It was filmed in a studio. Yall are a bunch of gullible sheep who probably believe trans people deserve rights. 😄

    • Grec
      Grec 3 months ago

      @ GamingForGamers
      I think that you should watch the actual footage available about the moon landing Apollo missions. It is so interesting and informative. I don't know if it's still available in YT but in 2019 it was and I watched like every bit of the archives i could find. The Apollo 11 was the one that had Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins. All the ships and rocket (Saturn V/Saturn 5) had many cameras mounted in and out. The cameras actually were crucial not only for footage but also for guidance. Some footage was being sent real time to the station, others like photographs, where stored in the films used in the cameras mounted on the astronaut's gear/suits.
      The camera filming Neil going down the ladder and the first landing was a camera mounted on one of the legs of the Lunar Lander. They also had cameras on their hands for video recording and the ones on their chest for HD photographs. (Actually after his death, one of the cameras mounted on the ship was found among his belongings. He never spoke about it but kept all the record regarding it and now it in a museum. It tested positive for regolith (lunar dust) so it was on the moon). Anyways. It's hard to make a comment trying to explain that, short. And the footage of Neil from the upper view were filmed by Buzz Aldrin, which had to wait for Neil to to the EVA first, in case something went wrong and he had to abort mission. It was protocol. So he had his manual camera and filmed Neil from his window. Then, after like 10 or 12 minutes, Buzz stepped out the lander too and on the moon. The photos of an astronaut climbing down the ladder from the moon are from Buzz, taken by Neil (who was already out) with his Hasselbad camera. The footage of Neil doing the EVA were from the camera mounted on the leg of the LM broadcasting live from the moon to the station. So no need of a tripod or a camera being placed beforehand. It was a rehearsed and planned mission, so the astronauts knew all the procedures and equipments and how to use them and with which purpose. They left artifacts in on the 'moonface', collected some rocks and dust and left faster than the following missions. They lifted to dock with the Columbus which was orbiting the moon, piloted by Mike Collins, who while Buzz and Neil where doing their mission down on the moon, he was also collecting data and saw the dark side of the moon. They all got back to earth and landed safely on the ocean. And yeah, made history.
      Actually is quite fascinating to watch all those videos and to listen to the audio. I encourage anyone to do so. I was lucky to when it was all in YT. Sorry for the long reply and the bad English.

  • HSFox
    HSFox 6 months ago +7

    Summary: Conspiracy theorists never check science first.

  • TwoTune
    TwoTune 3 months ago

    Wow, very informative. This is definitely the video to ever be made. I liked the flag waving to show that it was.

  • SnickSnack
    SnickSnack 18 days ago +20

    Have... have these people SEEN special effects from this Era? It would have been easier to go to the moon than it would be to fake going to the moon.

    • myself
      myself 17 days ago

      Lol true, it was bad

  • Shanna
    Shanna 26 days ago

    Finally! A rational explanation for those devoid of imagination. Good work guys! Lolol 💖🌞

  • Ve Il
    Ve Il Year ago +19514

    The director who filmed the fake moon landing was such a perfectionist he demanded it filmed on location

    • Yotsuba Space and Music
      Yotsuba Space and Music 23 days ago

      @Mayuk Choudhury just holding and moving it will cause it to wave dude

    • Mayuk Choudhury
      Mayuk Choudhury 23 days ago

      The astronauts were not shaking the Flag.. they were just holding it... Whereas you are violently shaking the container with a thin gold leaf... trying to prove a hoax.... america never went to the moon...Hollywood with Stanley Kubrick did.....!

    • generic soviet profile
      generic soviet profile 26 days ago +1

      im dying on the flor looking at comments that think the moon landing was fake

    • generic soviet profile
      generic soviet profile 26 days ago

      i feel like i wanna laugh in this comment that think the moon landing is fake

    • Yotsuba Space and Music
      Yotsuba Space and Music 26 days ago

      That's Stanley Kubrick for ya

  • BrandonSG13
    BrandonSG13 6 months ago +11

    People who say the moon landing is fake are like “how do you believe in these crazy things? It’s literally science fiction!” but they believe that the earth is a flat disc with a localized sun and moon (which somehow are constantly orbiting nothing) that’s accelerating up at 9.8 meters per second. All while acknowledging that every other planet is spherical and somehow the laws of physics just don’t apply to earth

    • XandTheIronMiner
      XandTheIronMiner 6 months ago

      Don't forget that some people believe the government just painted the stars and crap on the dome. Like, just no.

  • b b
    b b Month ago +1

    Thank you so much! So easy and still people don’t get it.

  • Bien Javier
    Bien Javier 6 months ago +33

    “struggling to get the American flag erect” hey hey, maybe the flag had a long day at work, or they don’t feel their usual confident self…

  • Darrel Sapp
    Darrel Sapp 29 days ago +4

    also they seem to forget that a small twist on the flag pole translates to a large movement on the end of the flag holder making it shake even more

  • John
    John Year ago +4935

    I love that everything makes him laugh like a kid. Never lose your curiosity!

    • lkkd_ ‎
      lkkd_ ‎ Year ago +1

      thank you John with an american eagle profile pic

    • Someone
      Someone Year ago +1

      @bóke his name fits perfect to grammar 101+

    • ً
      ً Year ago +1

      @RIM Galaxy Beats shit UP??? Bro do you dont know you you talking tô???

    • Homophobait🏳️‍🌈
      Homophobait🏳️‍🌈 Year ago +3

      @RIM Galaxy Beats everyone could 'know' something just by simply observing and anyone can tell your contents are only for toddlers basing on your videos and subscribers

    • Homophobait🏳️‍🌈
      Homophobait🏳️‍🌈 Year ago +5

      @RIM Galaxy Beats and how are you so sure about that? Also that's called a "content creator" not a "producer", what are you a factory? A filming crew?

  • Roblox Notifications 🎄

    In several photos and film shots taken on the surface of the Moon, you can see the American flag apparently waving in the breeze. If there is no atmosphere on the Moon, how can a flag flutter?
    There are two explanations.
    (1) In the film shots you can see the astronauts rotating the flagpole as they push it into the ground. This rotation causes the flag to wave backwards and forwards. You won't see any video of the flag moving when there are no astronauts around.
    (2) In photos such as the ones below, the flag appears to be fluttering but it is not. The flag is stationary-it is simply wrinkled. This wrinkling was caused by the way the flag was packaged for flight. These two photos were taken a number of seconds apart. You can see that the astronaut has moved but the flag has not, proving that it is not waving at all.

  • eksboks148
    eksboks148 3 months ago +2

    dont blame the flag, it tried it's best and also has a great personality im sure

  • JLloyd’s Junk
    JLloyd’s Junk 18 days ago +20

    Presenting verifiable facts to conspiracy theorists is futile.

    • NairMcgee
      NairMcgee 9 days ago

      @Phil Indeblanc he has me

    • Phil Indeblanc
      Phil Indeblanc 11 days ago

      What verifiable facts? There is a video that is verifiable fact that they were lying the entire time on the LEM and how they got the footage for the earth. THAT is verifiable. Having more than 1 light source is verifiable...unlike the sun as a single light source. Testimony from multiple accounts is verifiable and recorded. What you got?

  • Viral Headquarters
    Viral Headquarters 21 day ago +7

    This video: *proves moon landing wasn't fake*
    Flat earthers: "This video is fake!"
    Flat earthers are losing their minds right now 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Dolger
    Dolger Year ago +4268

    If anything, things shake more in space because there is less air resistance in the way

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 4 months ago

      . . normalization rather than conspiracy is how influence and corruption create and take precedence, so that awareness is hostage to the needs for anything other than ourselves to define what is real and acceptable -- the need for any form of consensus to rule us unaware, lest we ever accept responsibility.
      . . I found an better example from the Apollo 15 mission, and one that has not been blurred more than the original. The name of the video is "Apollo 15 flag movement" and the Clip-Share channel is "Sensible Site" which sounds like a sponsored effort. I'm unable to post links.
      This particular video suggests that static electricity is responsible for movement . . the problem however is -- astronaut suit and flag attached to pole are both in contact with the ground surface so that no static charge or difference can develop. A slight pressure wave however is apparent preceding the astronaut while approaching the flag (20" x 38") that contains 760 square inches of a light weight plastic film -- the suspended material of which the slightest of air movements will be capable of shifting noticeably before reaching the flag, and even more so in passing.
      We have the added difficulty of a very substantial image of the sun seen in the visor of Apollo astronauts during EVAs -- while the sun in the visor of shuttle astronauts of essentially the same curvature is nearly a pinpoint by comparison -- as it should be. Glare cannot be claimed for one and not the other. To match the intensity of the sun in the airless environment on the lunar surface apparently required the use of a very large light source in close proximity just outside camera range.

    • --
      -- 6 months ago

      @Tulla
      Inertia. There are still small forces in play within the flag itself. It's not going to preserve its kinetic energy for very long, due to friction within the material of the flag.
      Also, you have to account for the gravitational pull of the Moon itself, which will constantly try to pull the flag downwards, making it hang straight down.

    • Tulla
      Tulla 6 months ago

      @-- why would it stop if there is no air resistance? By your theory if an astronaut gets detached from ISS or a spaceship, he should stop there after sometime and not descend farther from earth and spaceship. In practical that's not true. Once he's out of earth gravitational pull, being his velocity in the opposite direction more than gravity while detaching he'll move farther more or less in that speed and direction or be sucked by other big bodies nearby him. He won't just stay suspended in a place in void.

    • Tulla
      Tulla 6 months ago

      @-- actually it will. On theory, everything has inertia. And air rather provides resistance to it. So anything brought to motion (by humans if not wind) will stay in motion for longer duration on moon than on earth.

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 7 months ago

      . . There is a better and less well known example of flag movement. An astronaut walked by the flag during one of the missions and movement was seen -- while some people said he either brushed the flag as he passed in front of it, or stepped near the pole, causing it to move. A close up during the video, however shows that the flag began to move before he reached it, caused by the slight pressure wave preceding him and leaving all doubt behind that they were in an atmosphere rather than the airless environment on the moon.

  • Dylan LaMarre
    Dylan LaMarre 5 months ago +1

    Remember, whenever a scientist debunks a conspiracy theory, he or she isn't trying to argue with the conspiracy theorists. Instead, they are trying to educate the rest of us who can be convinced by evidence and reasoning. Thank you scientists.

  • Adolf Stalin
    Adolf Stalin 3 months ago +101

    I always think I’m stupid till I remember that there are people who think the moon landing is fake.

    • Liamm
      Liamm Month ago

      @Power-On PC Gaming tbh idk lol

    • Power-On  PC Gaming
      Power-On PC Gaming Month ago

      @Liamm what about the bubbles in space walks? lol 🏊

    • Liamm
      Liamm Month ago

      @Power-On PC Gaming that’s not the point lol 💀

    • PatoLol
      PatoLol Month ago

      @Power-On PC Gaming its a specific tissue, a thin foil is the most accurate representation of that

    • Power-On  PC Gaming
      Power-On PC Gaming Month ago +1

      A flag is made of polyester, nylon or cotton, not with super thin foil lol.

  • bokimalou
    bokimalou 6 months ago +2

    It's actually easier make flags dod that motion in a thinner atmosphere. Because there's less resistance.

  • Salvador Rios
    Salvador Rios 3 months ago +2

    Also I’m pretty sure when they took the picture of the flag on the moon they put wires on the flag to make it seem like it was blowing in the wind

  • Daniel Baak
    Daniel Baak Year ago +3810

    I'm really impressed by the table top demonstration. Would be interesting to see how different fabrics / flag materials affect "bounce" duration and amplitude.

    • RedWhiteAndBlue4evr1
      RedWhiteAndBlue4evr1 Year ago

      Didnt your science teacher ever show you the old vacuum experiment with the weight and a feather?
      A glass dome is put over the mechabism holding a small feather and a lead weight. The air is sucked out creating a vacuum like on the moon. A lever is pressed, and both the objects drop at the same speed and hit the bottom at the same time.

    • Chory
      Chory Year ago +7

      @Angie Strick Same thickness relative to the pole

    • Angie Strick
      Angie Strick Year ago

      @jaxen coe a gold flake and an actual flag have the same thickness?

    • jaxen coe
      jaxen coe Year ago +1

      @Mr. O bro its still gonna be the same. hes using a thickness similar material

    • SirHurricane
      SirHurricane Year ago +3

      @TheValorousDong I should start with saying I don’t think the moon landing is fake but the first variable changed would be scale. Using a different material will change how the fabric moves no matter the scale. Also I feel this is necessary so I will call you a dolt.

  • MimuParu
    MimuParu 3 months ago +6

    Absolutely amazing how people actually believes these conspiracy theories

    • vern vern
      vern vern 2 months ago

      Haahaha oh God! You trust the government hahahaha God help you

  • NinjaBatman
    NinjaBatman 11 days ago +17

    People don't believe that man made it to the moon, but everyday they sit like vegetables on social media believing everything that every influencer posts.

    • D. H.
      D. H. 2 days ago +1

      Welcome to Hell, population: us. We are monkeys that got blessed with giant brains but we kept the instincts of our lesser evolved cousins. Emotions rule us and we specifically prefer anger and fear to take the center stage.

    • Tom Spencer
      Tom Spencer 3 days ago +3

      facts

  • The-Ghost-1612
    The-Ghost-1612 Month ago +8

    It would cost more to fake the moon landing then it would to actually do it.

  • Village Idiot
    Village Idiot  Month ago +2

    All the people saying there's no stars, if they were going to fake it I'd imagine whoever was directing it would put the effort in making it look like there were stars on set lol. We landed on the moon 100%

  • WeirdLuck
    WeirdLuck 4 months ago +2

    "Because gravity"
    -Probably when Issac Newton was excited about his discovery

  • Jose Salvador
    Jose Salvador 6 months ago +1

    Imagine, shaking the flag instead of recreating the wind that hit the flag.

  • SenKai l سينكاي
    SenKai l سينكاي 20 days ago +6

    When you move something, it moves!!
    I don't know what a conspiracy theorist thinks

  • John Brown
    John Brown 6 months ago +2

    If the moon landing never happened, then how is there a reflector for laser to send back signal to tell how far away the Moon is. One that was specifically placed in a certain position and had to be done by hand. Answer that one buddy LOL

  • Help Me Get 1000 Subscribers

    Now the conspiracy theorist are saying inertia is fake

    • Qubit 711
      Qubit 711 Month ago

      @platyhelminthes show me newtons law of gravity or anyone’s for that matter. Fact is no one has ever directly proven it.

    • platyhelminthes
      platyhelminthes Month ago

      @iThinkThonkThunk All science is natural. Science concerns anything that is not supernatural. The whole universe (and everything in it) is fair game.
      I see where you were going with this, and it's silly. If scientists were restricted to banging rocks and sticks together, we'd still be in the dark ages.

    • platyhelminthes
      platyhelminthes Month ago

      @Qubit 711 Inertia is just Newtons 1st law of motion. It has nothing to do with gravity.
      There are plenty of measurements of gravitational acceleration (torsion bar experiments, detection of mass attracting mass, etc) Feel free to look them up on your own time.
      I assume that, like many others, you are already aware of these measurments and have already pre-rejected them for not conforming to your belief system.

    • platyhelminthes
      platyhelminthes Month ago

      @iThinkThonkThunk 8in/mile² is not the correct formula. It does not take observer height or refraction into account. If you want to use it to debunk a strawman, go right ahead - but you won't be debunking the globe.

    • platyhelminthes
      platyhelminthes Month ago

      @iThinkThonkThunk The south pole is on Antarctica, a continent. The north pole is in the middle of the ocean. Of course the environment is going to be different. The topography of the earth is not symmetrical.
      Antarctica is a cold continent covered by an extremely thick (9000ft above sea level) ice sheet. Ice reflects sunlight.
      The north pole is in the middle of the Arctic ocean. The floating ice sheets are only about a foot thick, and do not cover all of the water. Water doesn't reflect sunlight as well as ice does, and tends to hold heat well. Being an ocean, it also mixes with warmer waters carried by ocean currents.
      So, it was a good question, but not a hard one to find the answer to, provided you actually take the time to "do your own research".

  • kenstr321
    kenstr321 6 months ago +10

    Some people will look for any reason to discredit the government. Doesn't matter how far fetched, the point is to inspire doubt. I mean look at flat earthers. No matter how obvious it is to see it's not possible for the Earth to be flat, they will argue nonsense while failing to make anything like a counter point. And simply call you a sheep.

    • Helio
      Helio 3 months ago

      those same people blindly follow the government when it suits them

  • Ta gramsss
    Ta gramsss 6 months ago +1

    Idk men i remember being a kid and asking myself this one, and the thing called logic in my brain told me that it made sense since they were moving

  • DANser
    DANser 19 days ago +2

    And it seemed so smooth because the moon also has low gravity.

  • Nika D God
    Nika D God Month ago +1

    I'm not sure how someone would call that "fluttering in the wind".

  • Zubayer Shafi
    Zubayer Shafi Year ago +4584

    Us: That seems right.
    Conspiracy theorists: That seems right, but I won't admit.

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 4 months ago

      . . normalization rather than conspiracy is how influence and corruption create and take precedence, so that awareness is hostage to the needs for anything other than ourselves to define what is real and acceptable -- the need for any form of consensus to rule us unaware, lest we ever accept responsibility.
      . . I found an better example from the Apollo 15 mission, and one that has not been blurred more than the original. The name of the video is "Apollo 15 flag movement" and the Clip-Share channel is "Sensible Site" which sounds like a sponsored effort. I'm unable to post links.
      This particular video suggests that static electricity is responsible for movement . . the problem however is -- astronaut suit and flag attached to pole are both in contact with the ground surface so that no static charge or difference can develop. A slight pressure wave however is apparent preceding the astronaut while approaching the flag (20" x 38") that contains 760 square inches of a light weight plastic film -- the suspended material of which the slightest of air movements will be capable of shifting noticeably before reaching the flag, and even more so in passing.
      We have the added difficulty of a very substantial image of the sun seen in the visor of Apollo astronauts during EVAs -- while the sun in the visor of shuttle astronauts of essentially the same curvature is nearly a pinpoint by comparison -- as it should be. Glare cannot be claimed for one and not the other. To match the intensity of the sun in the airless environment on the lunar surface apparently required the use of a very large light source in close proximity just outside camera range.

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 7 months ago

      . . Sponsored activity in the forums will use the word conspiracy in the attempt to make people fearful of considering anything for themselves. Other efforts are posts of an over-top-nature in support, while others engage in ridicule and name-calling. Sponsored activity in the forums is very normal today for commercial and political purposes and subjects of controversy. Normalization rather than conspiracy is how influence and corruption create and take precedence, so that awareness is hostage to the needs for anything other than ourselves to define what is real and acceptable -- the need for any form of consensus to rule us unaware, lest we ever accept responsibility.

    • FR0StBUrn
      FR0StBUrn Year ago

      @Va11idus land **a man on the moon** and *land on the moon*...oops looks like u didn't catch the difference...I dEmAnD aN eXpLaNaTiOn

    • FR0StBUrn
      FR0StBUrn Year ago

      @Maël MORETTO Well said my man

    • FR0StBUrn
      FR0StBUrn Year ago

      @King Judah 🤴🏾 Yeah pull off the God card when you have nothing else to say. Just so you know any atheist or Christian or Muslim or whatever with enough scientific literacy knows(doesn't just believes) and can prove your delusions wrong.

  • Ar Nalwa
    Ar Nalwa 3 months ago +13

    Everyone - it’s fake the flag was fluttering
    Low gravity on moon- am I a joke to u

  • AlbertRutter
    AlbertRutter 6 months ago +3

    People think that they spent millions to film this on a sound stage and would be dumb enough to add fake wind?

  • Flame Master
    Flame Master 3 months ago +3

    To those who think it’s fake, ask those who watch the launch in person

  • Sergienko Artem
    Sergienko Artem 5 months ago +34

    30 sec of your video debunked 60 years of conspiracy theory! Bravo

    • Maradnus
      Maradnus 3 months ago +1

      One aspect of one point was “answered” this does not tackle the whole issue people have.

  • kertaspaper94
    kertaspaper94 Year ago +5208

    Conspiracy theorists: I'll just pretend I didn't see that

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 4 months ago

      . . normalization rather than conspiracy is how influence and corruption create and take precedence, so that awareness is hostage to the needs for anything other than ourselves to define what is real and acceptable -- the need for any form of consensus to rule us unaware, lest we ever accept responsibility.
      . . I found an better example from the Apollo 15 mission, and one that has not been blurred more than the original. The name of the video is "Apollo 15 flag movement" and the Clip-Share channel is "Sensible Site" which sounds like a sponsored effort. I'm unable to post links.
      This particular video suggests that static electricity is responsible for movement . . the problem however is -- astronaut suit and flag attached to pole are both in contact with the ground surface so that no static charge or difference can develop. A slight pressure wave however is apparent preceding the astronaut while approaching the flag (20" x 38") that contains 760 square inches of a light weight plastic film -- the suspended material of which the slightest of air movements will be capable of shifting noticeably before reaching the flag, and even more so in passing.
      We have the added difficulty of a very substantial image of the sun seen in the visor of Apollo astronauts during EVAs -- while the sun in the visor of shuttle astronauts of essentially the same curvature is nearly a pinpoint by comparison -- as it should be. Glare cannot be claimed for one and not the other. To match the intensity of the sun in the airless environment on the lunar surface apparently required the use of a very large light source in close proximity just outside camera range.

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 7 months ago

      . . Sponsored activity in the forums will use the word conspiracy in the attempt to make people fearful of considering anything for themselves. Other efforts are posts of an over-top-nature in support, while others engage in ridicule and name-calling. Sponsored activity in the forums is very normal today for commercial and political purposes and subjects of controversy. Normalization rather than conspiracy is how influence and corruption create and take precedence, so that awareness is hostage to the needs for anything other than ourselves to define what is real and acceptable -- the need for any form of consensus to rule us unaware, lest we ever accept responsibility.

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene Year ago

      @Derek Dugger . . There is a better and less well known example of flag movement. An astronaut walked by the flag during one of the missions and movement was seen -- while some people said he either brushed the flag as he passed in front of it, or stepped near the pole, causing it to move. A close up during the video, however shows that the flag began to move before he reached it, caused by the slight pressure wave preceding him and leaving all doubt behind that they were in an atmosphere rather than the airless environment on the moon.

    • Derek Dugger
      Derek Dugger Year ago

      @Ronald Greene another of the thousands of pieces of evidence, or reasonable calculations as to why these stories of moon landings never happened. The waiving flag is old, there are much better examples to stump the TV educated. One of my favorites is" we can't build the rockets to get to the moon, we lost the technology and those were hand built. So people smart enough to build these rockets were only around in the 60-70's? No one smart enough to build those today then, can't take the ones you have on display and reverse engineer them, or may try one of those rockets thar are used to get stuff to Mars. I would surmise that rockets thar can get stuff to Mars, would have enough poop to get stuff launched into the air, sling shot around the earth and off to the moon? And if NASA can't get man through those radiation belts, they have one of those tin cans they used, sailed through those belts so smoothly they didn't even know they went the belts, didn't feel a thing, but astronauts have reported feeling ill when 400 miles below the belts?

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene Year ago

      . . The only people using the word "conspiracy" are those desperate to keep anyone from thinking for themselves . . Kubrick wanted to film on location -- but photographic evidence reveals that they failed him -- While NASA has successfully removed from circulation most of the more egregious errors in identical backdrops, as well as errors in continuity and scale -- Nevertheless it is impossible to account for the time necessary to take the number of photographs on record . . 11,000 photographs taken during 4882 minutes total for all EVA's from hatch opening to close again . . This amounts to more than two perfect photographs each minute -- not nearly enough time to account for them -- in addition to all other activities they engaged in. This is not even taking into account all of the outtakes from bad exposure. We give NASA credit for being able to crop and frame the subject matter properly; however, our astronauts had no way to read and adjust the settings for exposure in a camera that had no auto exposure function, yet all 11,000 photographs having perfect exposure, regardless of which direction the sun was or how much lunar surface was in view. This puts the actual number of photos taken at an astronomical number by comparison -- while there were far too many for them to have ever taken, even in perfect conditions.
      In a world of corruption -- there are no conspiracies . . a useless word meant as a distraction . . Normalization rather than conspiracy is how influence and corruption create and take precedence so that awareness is hostage to the needs for anything other than ourselves -- to define what is real and acceptable, the need for any form of consensus to rule us unaware lest we ever accept responsibility.
      Apollo Mission Timelines / EVA: 81 hours, 22 minutes, total: 4882 minutes
      Apollo 11 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_11i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 2:32
      Apollo 12 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_12i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 3:56 / EVA2: 3:50
      Apollo 14 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_14i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 4:48 / EVA2: 4:34
      Apollo 15 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_15i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 6:32 / EVA2: 7:12 / EVA3: 4:50
      Apollo 16 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_16i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 7:11 / EVA2: 7:23 / EVA3: 6:40
      Apollo 17 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_17i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 7:12 / EVA2: 7:37 / EVA3: 7:15
      sterileeye.com/2009/07/23/the-apollo-11-hasselblad-cameras/ . . "All the Hasselblad cameras were medium format cameras, using 70 mm film loaded in magazines . . The cameras did not have any light metering or automatic exposure . ."
      More Than 11,000 High-Def Photos From Apollo Moon Missions Now On Flickr
      uk.news.yahoo.com/more-11-000-high-def-142015842.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZG9ncGlsZS5jb20vc2VycD9xPTExJTJDMDAwK3Bob3Rvcyttb29uK2Fwb2xsbytuYXNhJnBhZ2U9MiZzYz1PMVRsZzhJdFFiVlAxMA&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAHyNAlbFoIITrm9_2Q_p42_7sUr0k2ZgydWWpulz8K_a7aST8PVlbRYN7jRQ4JVA4EnXjx5xLL6-bvJ_Z27vj76CDhKKKsEfbHjFIrZm3a_spnZaXtjPfL8IIVn0vu4pUiNzlLldoSz3hSKUT4Rcd5brSH63rLvsm7vtiwlt1xCs

  • Angel Matos
    Angel Matos 6 months ago +3

    Thanks for helping straight out the creases! I thought too, it was fake.

    • Dodomod
      Dodomod 6 months ago +3

      Congratulations for waking up from the "flat" out lie.

  • Zero Sleap
    Zero Sleap 18 days ago +3

    Even more so in the vacuum the lack of air resistance means that movement is not dampened

  • CheesyGaming
    CheesyGaming 3 months ago +2

    The thing I love about these theorists is that they claim it was cgi, without knowing what cgi really is. Plus this was the 60s, cgi was terrible even by the 80s. It got way more impressive around toy story. Knowledge husk has a great video on early cgi, I'll link it in the replies of this comment

  • a soul unwashed
    a soul unwashed Month ago +14

    The trouble with conspiracists is that most lack anything other than very basic physics knowledge...they are also conclusion led - that start off with a premise then ignore anything that defeats it!

    • Shanna
      Shanna 26 days ago

      You think most understand basic physics? Lolol 🌞💖

    • Toes Eater
      Toes Eater Month ago +4

      That’s giving them too much credit, they’re mere gremlins that refuse to come out of their bubble, anything they don’t understand they chalk it up to being fake and present no evidence to prove it besides “wEll, hOw u Kno iS reel?!”. And when you present actual evidences that disprove their points they just goes “nah, that’s fake as well”

  • B R I C K.
    B R I C K. Year ago +2037

    Flag: **Moves around while people are literally jostling it**
    Conspiracy theorists: SEE?!!?!!!?

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 4 months ago

      . . I love it when people forget that individual perspective exists . . Normalization rather than conspiracy is how influence and corruption create and take precedence, so that awareness is hostage to the needs for anything other than ourselves to define what is real and acceptable -- the need for any form of consensus to rule us unaware, lest we ever accept responsibility . . I found an better example from the Apollo 15 mission, and one that has not been blurred more than the original. The name of the video is "Apollo 15 flag movement" and the Clip-Share channel is "Sensible Site" which sounds like a sponsored effort. I'm unable to post links.
      This particular video suggests that static electricity is responsible for movement . . the problem however is -- astronaut suit and flag attached to pole are both in contact with the ground surface so that no static charge or difference can develop. A slight pressure wave however is apparent preceding the astronaut while approaching the flag (20" x 38") that contains 760 square inches of a light weight plastic film -- the suspended material of which the slightest of air movements will be capable of shifting noticeably before reaching the flag, and even more so in passing.
      We have the added difficulty of a very substantial image of the sun seen in the visor of Apollo astronauts during EVAs -- while the sun in the visor of shuttle astronauts of essentially the same curvature is nearly a pinpoint by comparison -- as it should be. Glare cannot be claimed for one and not the other. To match the intensity of the sun in the airless environment on the lunar surface apparently required the use of a very large light source in close proximity just outside camera range.

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene Year ago

      . . The only people using the word "conspiracy" are those desperate to keep anyone from thinking for themselves . . Kubrick wanted to film on location -- but photographic evidence reveals that they failed him -- While NASA has successfully removed from circulation most of the more egregious errors in identical backdrops, as well as errors in continuity and scale -- Nevertheless it is impossible to account for the time necessary to take the number of photographs on record . . 11,000 photographs taken during 4882 minutes total for all EVA's from hatch opening to close again . . This amounts to more than two perfect photographs each minute -- not nearly enough time to account for them -- in addition to all other activities they engaged in. This is not even taking into account all of the outtakes from bad exposure. We give NASA credit for being able to crop and frame the subject matter properly; however, our astronauts had no way to read and adjust the settings for exposure in a camera that had no auto exposure function, yet all 11,000 photographs having perfect exposure, regardless of which direction the sun was or how much lunar surface was in view. This puts the actual number of photos taken at an astronomical number by comparison -- while there were far too many for them to have ever taken, even in perfect conditions.
      In a world of corruption -- there are no conspiracies . . a useless word meant as a distraction . . Normalization rather than conspiracy is how influence and corruption create and take precedence so that awareness is hostage to the needs for anything other than ourselves -- to define what is real and acceptable, the need for any form of consensus to rule us unaware lest we ever accept responsibility.
      Apollo Mission Timelines / EVA: 81 hours, 22 minutes, total: 4882 minutes
      Apollo 11 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_11i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 2:32
      Apollo 12 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_12i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 3:56 / EVA2: 3:50
      Apollo 14 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_14i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 4:48 / EVA2: 4:34
      Apollo 15 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_15i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 6:32 / EVA2: 7:12 / EVA3: 4:50
      Apollo 16 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_16i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 7:11 / EVA2: 7:23 / EVA3: 6:40
      Apollo 17 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_17i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 7:12 / EVA2: 7:37 / EVA3: 7:15
      sterileeye.com/2009/07/23/the-apollo-11-hasselblad-cameras/ . . "All the Hasselblad cameras were medium format cameras, using 70 mm film loaded in magazines . . The cameras did not have any light metering or automatic exposure . ."
      More Than 11,000 High-Def Photos From Apollo Moon Missions Now On Flickr
      uk.news.yahoo.com/more-11-000-high-def-142015842.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZG9ncGlsZS5jb20vc2VycD9xPTExJTJDMDAwK3Bob3Rvcyttb29uK2Fwb2xsbytuYXNhJnBhZ2U9MiZzYz1PMVRsZzhJdFFiVlAxMA&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAHyNAlbFoIITrm9_2Q_p42_7sUr0k2ZgydWWpulz8K_a7aST8PVlbRYN7jRQ4JVA4EnXjx5xLL6-bvJ_Z27vj76CDhKKKsEfbHjFIrZm3a_spnZaXtjPfL8IIVn0vu4pUiNzlLldoSz3hSKUT4Rcd5brSH63rLvsm7vtiwlt1xCs

    • Sgt Reznov
      Sgt Reznov Year ago +1

      @Tom Greensmith you do realize it's the pressure difference that kills you, not some made up freezing temp.
      And if somehow the pressure doesn't kill you, lack of oxygen will, long before the radiation gets ya. Not to mention unshielded to the radiation in space for 5 or so minutes will give you a sunburn like you were out for an hour or 2.
      Long story short, it is not cold in the void, but it's not warm either.

    • EMAR_MORA _EJ
      EMAR_MORA _EJ Year ago

      @get rickrolled there’s is no way in hell that we’ve figured out the creation of everything with math lol we’re not there yet and we’ll possibly never get there… I hope you get what I mean

    • EMAR_MORA _EJ
      EMAR_MORA _EJ Year ago

      @get rickrolled look man I’m no physicist or mathematician … I’m talking with what we as humans know, perhaps I should’ve been more clear … with our current understanding we cannot say that logically time could start without a start.. I mean that phrase is blasphemous itself… I cannot deny whatever theories people said of course, I’m just talking with common sense with what we know for now… and with our knowledge we surly cannot say for a fact what is the way time started right ? We still debate religion and atheism… so it’s safe to say we still don’t know… and it’s just theories.

  • tron3entertainment
    tron3entertainment 2 months ago +1

    "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction." Sound familiar?

  • Seasønal Cløuds
    Seasønal Cløuds 4 months ago +1

    If anyone is asking why they were shaking the pole is because since there was low/no gravity they struggled to not bounce off with each step, it’s like your on a boat with waves of water coming at you. They held the pole down but since the low gravity was there they didn’t really have a stable place to make sure to put all that pressure on the pole that’s why they shook it.

  • duskyman1
    duskyman1 12 days ago +4

    Actually it will shake more in a vacuum because there's no air drag resistance.....

  • john moon
    john moon Month ago +5

    Every action has an equal and an opposite reaction

  • Zach Newman
    Zach Newman Year ago +8217

    This conspiracy didn’t make any sense to begin with. You think they would set up an entire studio and then turn a industrial fan on, blowing on the set.. it wouldn’t make sense even if it was fake.

    • leeum20
      leeum20 3 months ago

      @Forever green if you died nothing of value would be lost.

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 4 months ago

      . . normalization rather than conspiracy is how influence and corruption create and take precedence, so that awareness is hostage to the needs for anything other than ourselves to define what is real and acceptable -- the need for any form of consensus to rule us unaware, lest we ever accept responsibility.
      . . I found an better example from the Apollo 15 mission, and one that has not been blurred more than the original. The name of the video is "Apollo 15 flag movement" and the Clip-Share channel is "Sensible Site" which sounds like a sponsored effort. I'm unable to post links.
      This particular video suggests that static electricity is responsible for movement . . the problem however is -- astronaut suit and flag attached to pole are both in contact with the ground surface so that no static charge or difference can develop. A slight pressure wave however is apparent preceding the astronaut while approaching the flag (20" x 38") that contains 760 square inches of a light weight plastic film -- the suspended material of which the slightest of air movements will be capable of shifting noticeably before reaching the flag, and even more so in passing.
      We have the added difficulty of a very substantial image of the sun seen in the visor of Apollo astronauts during EVAs -- while the sun in the visor of shuttle astronauts of essentially the same curvature is nearly a pinpoint by comparison -- as it should be. Glare cannot be claimed for one and not the other. To match the intensity of the sun in the airless environment on the lunar surface apparently required the use of a very large light source in close proximity just outside camera range.

    • Naraian Cepeda
      Naraian Cepeda 5 months ago +1

      @Zach Newman Some of us pay better attention in real life instead of living with our heads in some books, Some of us have no problem talking to real life girls while others don’t have any experience with girls, I bet it’s funny to go to party’s with you or to go to girls houses with you, Virgins @ss nerd

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 7 months ago

      . . Sponsored activity in the forums will use the word conspiracy in the attempt to make people fearful of considering anything for themselves. Other efforts are posts of an over-top-nature in support, while others engage in ridicule and name-calling. Sponsored activity in the forums is very normal today for commercial and political purposes and subjects of controversy. Normalization rather than conspiracy is how influence and corruption create and take precedence, so that awareness is hostage to the needs for anything other than ourselves to define what is real and acceptable -- the need for any form of consensus to rule us unaware, lest we ever accept responsibility.

    • Dorenda Stackhouse
      Dorenda Stackhouse 11 months ago +1

      @Michael 355 yes, the American people have been lied to for decades.....Fall of the Cabal. Finally some truth is coming forth...

  • theunknownuser
    theunknownuser 3 months ago +5

    There's still inertia trying to keep it from moving in the changing direction of the pole making look like it flutters.

  • H.M.R Rocketry
    H.M.R Rocketry 4 months ago

    Wow I never knew that something moves when it moves.

  • LilDashBoi
    LilDashBoi 4 months ago

    Things can still move in the moon if they are shaken, which is what happened literally moments before this picture was taken

  • pr0xZen
    pr0xZen Month ago +3

    Absence of atmosphere, "absence" of significant gravity - doesn't mean a literal loss of energy, mass, inertia.

  • Mike B
    Mike B Year ago +2659

    People who think/thought the flag was waving like it was in the wind have absolutely no clue what a flag looks like when it's fluttering in the wind (Hint: that ain't it)

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 4 months ago

      . . normalization rather than conspiracy is how influence and corruption create and take precedence, so that awareness is hostage to the needs for anything other than ourselves to define what is real and acceptable -- the need for any form of consensus to rule us unaware, lest we ever accept responsibility.
      . . I found an better example from the Apollo 15 mission, and one that has not been blurred more than the original. The name of the video is "Apollo 15 flag movement" and the Clip-Share channel is "Sensible Site" which sounds like a sponsored effort. I'm unable to post links.
      This particular video suggests that static electricity is responsible for movement . . the problem however is -- astronaut suit and flag attached to pole are both in contact with the ground surface so that no static charge or difference can develop. A slight pressure wave however is apparent preceding the astronaut while approaching the flag (20" x 38") that contains 760 square inches of a light weight plastic film -- the suspended material of which the slightest of air movements will be capable of shifting noticeably before reaching the flag, and even more so in passing.
      We have the added difficulty of a very substantial image of the sun seen in the visor of Apollo astronauts during EVAs -- while the sun in the visor of shuttle astronauts of essentially the same curvature is nearly a pinpoint by comparison -- as it should be. Glare cannot be claimed for one and not the other. To match the intensity of the sun in the airless environment on the lunar surface apparently required the use of a very large light source in close proximity just outside camera range.

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 7 months ago

      . . There is a better and less well known example of flag movement. An astronaut walked by the flag during one of the missions and movement was seen -- while some people said he either brushed the flag as he passed in front of it, or stepped near the pole, causing it to move. A close up during the video, however shows that the flag began to move before he reached it, caused by the slight pressure wave preceding him and leaving all doubt behind that they were in an atmosphere rather than the airless environment on the moon.

    • My gaming PC is the best
      My gaming PC is the best Year ago

      Boi this comment section is filled with idiots

    • Mike B
      Mike B Year ago

      @Brian Answer... the Moon lander was hardly "tiny". Longer answer... Moon buggy didn't get deployed until Apollo 15. tl;dr answer.... here's a video of it if you're really curious clip-share.net/video/VpqhVKwByZY/video.html

    • Yanzoh
      Yanzoh Year ago +1

      @Hana1LuLu Wait, are you serious????
      ;)

  • Mathew Templo
    Mathew Templo 4 months ago +1

    If it wasnt supposed to move, the astronauts would move at all 😂

  • ChienKris
    ChienKris Month ago +1

    yes it wasnt faked, its possible for a flag to flutter in space but not bcs of the wind, and hey, the flag frozed in just a moment of time after it was raised on the moon, watch the landing vids and youll see thw flag really froze up

  • Deepak Singh
    Deepak Singh 5 months ago +2

    Can't believe people think nothing can take place in vacuum and call everything fake 😭

  • LB
    LB Month ago +4

    Scientists and engineers who gave away their time and lives to put people on moon
    People on internet: aah it's staged

  • Gaz TV inc.
    Gaz TV inc. Year ago +2867

    My mom believes the moon landing was faked, and this is one of her most used points…
    I tried explaining this but with no proof (or practical way to show her- THANK YOU FOR HAVING THAT MAGNIFICENT DEVICE!) that the flag would still flap, and if anything, with less gravity and no drag or atmospheric resistance to slow down the inertia of the flag from them wiggling it it would continue to flap even after they stopped jamming it into the ground…
    She still remained unconvinced.

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene 4 months ago

      . . I love it when people forget that individual perspective exists . . Normalization rather than conspiracy is how influence and corruption create and take precedence, so that awareness is hostage to the needs for anything other than ourselves to define what is real and acceptable -- the need for any form of consensus to rule us unaware, lest we ever accept responsibility . . I found an better example from the Apollo 15 mission, and one that has not been blurred more than the original. The name of the video is "Apollo 15 flag movement" and the Clip-Share channel is "Sensible Site" which sounds like a sponsored effort. I'm unable to post links.
      This particular video suggests that static electricity is responsible for movement . . the problem however is -- astronaut suit and flag attached to pole are both in contact with the ground surface so that no static charge or difference can develop. A slight pressure wave however is apparent preceding the astronaut while approaching the flag (20" x 38") that contains 760 square inches of a light weight plastic film -- the suspended material of which the slightest of air movements will be capable of shifting noticeably before reaching the flag, and even more so in passing.
      We have the added difficulty of a very substantial image of the sun seen in the visor of Apollo astronauts during EVAs -- while the sun in the visor of shuttle astronauts of essentially the same curvature is nearly a pinpoint by comparison -- as it should be. Glare cannot be claimed for one and not the other. To match the intensity of the sun in the airless environment on the lunar surface apparently required the use of a very large light source in close proximity just outside camera range.

    • Gaming Jolt
      Gaming Jolt 10 months ago

      @Hazem Gharib there’s no point screw it GOOD BYE COMMENT SECTION

    • Hazem Gharib
      Hazem Gharib 10 months ago

      @Gaming Jolt Dude, search flat earth or watch DITRH channel to have your answer for this noob question

    • Ronald Greene
      Ronald Greene Year ago

      . . The only people using the word "conspiracy" are those desperate to keep anyone from thinking for themselves . . Kubrick wanted to film on location -- but photographic evidence reveals that they failed him -- While NASA has successfully removed from circulation most of the more egregious errors in identical backdrops, as well as errors in continuity and scale -- Nevertheless it is impossible to account for the time necessary to take the number of photographs on record . . 11,000 photographs taken during 4882 minutes total for all EVA's from hatch opening to close again . . This amounts to more than two perfect photographs each minute -- not nearly enough time to account for them -- in addition to all other activities they engaged in. This is not even taking into account all of the outtakes from bad exposure. We give NASA credit for being able to crop and frame the subject matter properly; however, our astronauts had no way to read and adjust the settings for exposure in a camera that had no auto exposure function, yet all 11,000 photographs having perfect exposure, regardless of which direction the sun was or how much lunar surface was in view. This puts the actual number of photos taken at an astronomical number by comparison -- while there were far too many for them to have ever taken, even in perfect conditions.
      In a world of corruption -- there are no conspiracies . . a useless word meant as a distraction . . Normalization rather than conspiracy is how influence and corruption create and take precedence so that awareness is hostage to the needs for anything other than ourselves -- to define what is real and acceptable, the need for any form of consensus to rule us unaware lest we ever accept responsibility.
      Apollo Mission Timelines / EVA: 81 hours, 22 minutes, total: 4882 minutes
      Apollo 11 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_11i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 2:32
      Apollo 12 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_12i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 3:56 / EVA2: 3:50
      Apollo 14 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_14i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 4:48 / EVA2: 4:34
      Apollo 15 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_15i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 6:32 / EVA2: 7:12 / EVA3: 4:50
      Apollo 16 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_16i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 7:11 / EVA2: 7:23 / EVA3: 6:40
      Apollo 17 Timeline history.nasa.gov/SP-4029/Apollo_17i_Timeline.htm
      EVA1: 7:12 / EVA2: 7:37 / EVA3: 7:15
      sterileeye.com/2009/07/23/the-apollo-11-hasselblad-cameras/ . . "All the Hasselblad cameras were medium format cameras, using 70 mm film loaded in magazines . . The cameras did not have any light metering or automatic exposure . ."
      More Than 11,000 High-Def Photos From Apollo Moon Missions Now On Flickr
      uk.news.yahoo.com/more-11-000-high-def-142015842.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZG9ncGlsZS5jb20vc2VycD9xPTExJTJDMDAwK3Bob3Rvcyttb29uK2Fwb2xsbytuYXNhJnBhZ2U9MiZzYz1PMVRsZzhJdFFiVlAxMA&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAHyNAlbFoIITrm9_2Q_p42_7sUr0k2ZgydWWpulz8K_a7aST8PVlbRYN7jRQ4JVA4EnXjx5xLL6-bvJ_Z27vj76CDhKKKsEfbHjFIrZm3a_spnZaXtjPfL8IIVn0vu4pUiNzlLldoSz3hSKUT4Rcd5brSH63rLvsm7vtiwlt1xCs

    • ALiteralCabbage
      ALiteralCabbage Year ago

      @Austin Riordan lmao that's a good one 😂 But yeah if you think about it like that, then yeah that makes sense, but Scienctists have noticed that the universe is expanding, meaning that it has to be expanding from one point in space. That's just how I think about it.

  • Humberto S. M.
    Humberto S. M. 5 months ago

    A gravidade muda tudo.

  • Disvade
    Disvade 4 months ago +2

    Myth-busters confirmed it was real.

  • Xavier
    Xavier 4 months ago +2

    Finally someone that explain why its real😃😃😃

  • Dovacraft
    Dovacraft 5 months ago +3

    If it were fake, why would they film outside at night in the cold wind?

  • jo carl
    jo carl 5 months ago

    thanks for doing these videos. anyone who wants to continue to discredit the US landing on the moon should move to another country 🙂

  • Walter Hartwell White
    Walter Hartwell White 6 months ago +9

    I'm no scientist but one think I know pretty clear "when you move sh*t, sh*t moves"

  • Bananamana • 200 years ago

    "It is waving so it's staged" you mean like inside a filming area, where there is no wind?