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Neil Armstrong died Saturday August 25, 2012. Is it possible he brought something back from the moon with him that lead to his death?

Cleaver62 2012/08/26 22:40:46
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  • Limeh 2012/08/30 18:04:44
    No
    Limeh
    Don't be silly, he just got old..
  • Cleaver62 Limeh 2012/08/30 20:42:06
    Cleaver62
    Don't you think it is a little stre that he was the first astronaut to walk on the moon AND he is the first one to die. I'm just saying...
  • Limeh Cleaver62 2012/08/30 20:43:58
    Limeh
    not really.. people die every day.. if it was something moon related I think it would have happened a lot earlier..
  • Cleaver62 Limeh 2012/08/30 20:46:16
    Cleaver62
    I think it was some slow growing form of intergalatic space cancer. It worked very slowly...
  • Limeh Cleaver62 2012/08/30 20:50:09
    Limeh
    I think you're clutching at straws. but sure believe what you want :)
  • Cleaver62 Limeh 2012/08/30 22:31:19
    Cleaver62
    I am just pulling your leg. Thanks for the response.
  • 001 2012/08/28 13:04:43
    Undecided
    001
    I guess it's possible but it's very improbable. It takes a lot out of a man to travel in space, most astronauts have to re-learn how to walk and re-adjust to the gravity of our planet, so maybe he could've lived for another five to ten years if he hadn't gone into space. But even if that is true, he went to the moon. How awesome is that!?
  • Cleaver62 001 2012/08/29 00:30:24
    Cleaver62
    Thanks for your response. It is just that I haven't heard of too many astronauts dying at all... and now this. What? Is John Glenn going to be next?
  • Kat ♪ ~ ♪ 2012/08/28 12:54:41
    No
    Kat ♪ ~ ♪
    He was old enough to die of natural causes from a heart problem.
  • Cleaver62 Kat ♪ ~ ♪ 2012/08/29 00:30:51
    Cleaver62
    +1
    Thanks for your response.
  • S. Gompers 2012/08/28 05:43:22
    Yes
    S. Gompers
    +2
    He brought back old age and infected us all...
  • Cleaver62 S. Gompers 2012/08/29 00:31:01
    Cleaver62
    +1
    Thanks for your response.
  • Keegan The Fabulous 2012/08/28 03:09:07
    No
    Keegan The Fabulous
    +2
    1) The Moon barely has an atmosphere, so any organisms on the moon would be set aflame by the sun's more harmful rays. There's also very little liquid of any kind to dissolve all the compounds that make living organisms living. In simple words: Armstrong wouldn't have contracted a bacterial infection from simply touching a rock on the Moon.

    2) Armstrong was 82 years old. Yes, that still counts as old age. YES, humans are mortals.

    3) The fateful mission occurred more than 45 years ago. If Armstrong had brought anything lethal from the Moon back to Earth, it would've killed him just days after the mission, not decades.
  • Cleaver62 Keegan ... 2012/08/29 00:31:13
    Cleaver62
    Thanks for your response.
  • Keegan ... Cleaver62 2012/08/30 02:43:19
    Keegan The Fabulous
    No prob!
  • gfreeman BN-0 2012/08/27 19:30:55
    Yes
    gfreeman BN-0
    +2
    He brought back 'old age'.
  • Cleaver62 gfreema... 2012/08/29 00:31:25
    Cleaver62
    Thanks for your response.
  • munda 2012/08/27 16:20:53
    No
    munda
    +2
    If he lived to be 182 then I would have to say yes.
  • Cleaver62 munda 2012/08/29 00:31:35
    Cleaver62
    Thanks for your response.
  • Fashionable60s 2012/08/27 14:39:48
    No
    Fashionable60s
    +1
    Even he died right after he returned, the conspiracists might think that although the medical doctors or pathologists might think otherwise. But he died two weeks from complications of his four-bypass surgery. He was also 82. Perish any thought about anything but natural causes. Besides, another astronaut who walked the moon with him, Buzz Aldrin is very much alive at 82. The pilot of that mission, Michael Collins is also very much alive at 82. Perish any thought of anything else that might have been caused by the moon walk. The ones suffering from the effect of the "moon dust" theory is the conspiracists themselves.
  • Cleaver62 Fashion... 2012/08/29 00:32:27
    Cleaver62
    I know... I was just kind of wondering what people would say. I only got one mean answer. Thanks for your response.
  • ParkMan 2012/08/27 14:08:24
    No
    ParkMan
    +2
    He was 82 and landed on the moon 43 years ago. I doubt that he brought back anything that led to his death.
  • Cleaver62 ParkMan 2012/08/29 00:32:59
    Cleaver62
    Yeah, but are you sure? Thanks for your response.
  • ParkMan Cleaver62 2012/08/29 02:07:53 (edited)
    ParkMan
    Given the old saying...

    There's only two things you can be sure of - death & taxes...

    So, I guess I can't really be sure. But is seems unlikely
  • umapathy Krishnamurthy 2012/08/27 13:51:54
    No
    umapathy Krishnamurthy
    Foolish thinking
  • Cleaver62 umapath... 2012/08/29 00:33:26
    Cleaver62
    I was just joking. I wondered what people would say. Thanks for your response.
  • Tom R 007 2012/08/27 11:57:57
    No
    Tom R 007
    +2
    People die when they get old regardless of whether or not they've been to the moon.
  • Cleaver62 Tom R 007 2012/08/29 00:33:40
    Cleaver62
    +1
    Thanks for your response.
  • Queen Katherine 2012/08/27 11:50:05
    No
    Queen Katherine
    +1
    If he had died soon after coming back from the moon it might have been a possibility, but he was 82 so I highly doubt it.
  • Cleaver62 Queen K... 2012/08/29 00:34:13 (edited)
    Cleaver62
    But he was only 82. People live into their 100s. Thanks for your response.
  • Queen K... Cleaver62 2012/08/29 00:40:09 (edited)
    Queen Katherine
    True but not everybody is, people die even younger then that.
  • John Rafael 2012/08/27 11:27:25
    Yes
    John Rafael
    i meant to answer no..
  • Cleaver62 John Ra... 2012/08/29 00:35:36
    Cleaver62
    Come on. You meant yes. Don't be a follower, be a leader. Neil Armstrong did bring back something the killed him. You know it is true. Just kidding. Thanks for your response.
  • Chibi 2012/08/27 10:14:03
    Undecided
    Chibi
    I mean, I suppose it's technically possible, but I highly doubt it. Most people live to their 70s-90s. It's normal.
  • Cleaver62 Chibi 2012/08/29 00:35:53
    Cleaver62
    +1
    Thanks for your response.
  • Walt 2012/08/27 09:09:11
    Yes
    Walt
    +1
    OMG. It's a government conspiracy! If the residue from the substance gets out, maybe we will all be infected by moon microbes and live to be 82!
  • Cleaver62 Walt 2012/08/29 00:36:05
    Cleaver62
    Thanks for your response.
  • La 2012/08/27 08:25:19
    No
    La
    +1
    That's stupid. He's been back a long time.
  • Cleaver62 La 2012/08/29 00:36:52
    Cleaver62
    Maybe it was a slow killer. Who knows how space cancer would be effected by earths atmosphere. Thanks for your response.
  • Harley Squiggles the God \(... 2012/08/27 03:49:15
    No
    Harley Squiggles the God \(#o#)/
    +1
    I don't think so.

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