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Yet another weird SF fan
 

Friday, May 09, 2008

If the Ideas of Nazi Scientists Must Be Discredited …

… that would include the ideas of Werner von Braun.

Will Ben Stein's next movie prove that we never went to the Moon?

Addendum before posting: I just checked and a Google blog search for "werner von braun" "ben stein" produced no matches. I must be the first!

1 Comments:

Blogger John A said...

I am often reminded of an ancient cartoon. Let me try to put it into words:

Three men in lab coats: two reviewing the work of the third, covering several blackboards with abstruse mathemetical formulae. One of the reviewers is saying "Looks good, except perhaps step 4."

Which is when you see, on the first blackboard about halfway down, "Here a miracle occurs."

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