Post by Data Cable on Oct 21, 2007 22:29:32 GMT -4
This is just an odd little curiosity, but is anyone else seeing the Missing Planetoid thread listed near the top of the Hoax Theory board, even though there hasn't been a post to it since April 25th? Not that I mind my 15 mins of debunking fame getting bumped up ;D, just wondering why, when the rest of the threads are sorted by last post date. I notice gwiz linked to it in a recent post on The Reality of Apollo, so that would conceivably result in a minor spike in read traffic, even though no more posts have been added. Glitch related to the recent ProBoards upgrade, perhaps?
[Edit: mmmkay, point is now moot. ginnie just added a post, so it's now legitimately back on top.]
Last Edit: Oct 21, 2007 23:04:28 GMT -4 by Data Cable
"Earth diameter is 7,900 miles, and Moon diameter is 2,160 miles. It takes on average 90 minutes to complete one Earth orbit, so one Moon orbit should take roughly 25 minutes." - Sam "NasaScam" Colby
"you data is still open for interpretation, after all a NASA employee might of wipe a booger or dropped a hair on it" - showtime
Yeah, it was me. I posted and with screenshots from SkyOrb and then realized that my input data was faulty - the view was from Earth, not the moon! So I went to Stellarium and corrected (I hope) the inputs and put up a new post. I didn't want such shoddy and erroneous research on the thread.
Moonman: "I also challenge NASA to flight around the moon on any of their next shuttle missions. They don't need to land on it, just fly around it."
Post by LunarOrbit on Oct 22, 2007 10:12:45 GMT -4
Proboards is using what is basically almost 10 year old software. They keep adding "new" features that have been a part of other forums for years, but they are still way behind. If I could move all of the posts we've made here to another forum I would in a heartbeat.