Miles says it’s the ultimate protection of a hoax.
To start with, tragedies act as the greatest confirmation of projects, since they are unanswerable. They defy analysis and questioning, since (almost) no one wants to question a tragedy. It can so easily be dismissed as heartless that no one wants to go there.
He goes on to discuss the Space Shuttle Hoax. Did Simon really break the Challenger hoax vicsim Asstruenots story or was his a republish?
Time is running out to repent, Buzz. I will forgive you even at the last moment.
Nostalgia came over me today when standing exactly where we launched 50 years ago at the @NASAKennedy Space Cnt on #Apollo11 to complete a mission set forth by John F. Kennedy to land man on the Moon and return him safely. I am happy to stand here today to say: Mission Completed t.co/sYMey3dk6z
Apart from the massive anomalies (waving flag, multiple sources of light, no blast crater and the like), it was technically impossible at the time (because we did not have the propulsion power, the computer ability or the communications capability); and even if we had, we could not have navigated the Van Allen Radiation Belt and most, if not all, of the components of the space craft would have melted in the Thermosphere. The people have been played. 50 years of an elaborate fraud is enough.
The NASA anti-hoax team doesn’t have much to debunk the biggest space hoax in their history, the first one, the Apollo 11 moon landing on a Hollywood soundstage.
Fifty years after Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon, some people insist it never happened and was all a big hoax by the U.S. government. The suspicions arose even as the lunar landing was taking place in 1969, said Roger Launius, NASA’s former chief historian. Soon, conspiracy theories that said it was an elaborate, Hollywood-style production created on a soundstage on Earth started to take root.
Simon says Buzz is NASA’s biggest liability – but does anyone care?
I keep wondering what a true statistical study would conclude – as to the ratio of people buying (or not buying) the 50-year-old Apollo TV hoax. Alright, so a Youtube comment section is no serious indicator of general public opinion – and can hardly be used for any “statistical” study of any kind… Nevertheless, I find it rather fascinating (and very encouraging!) to scour through the comment section of this YT video (with over a million views) featuring Buzz Aldrin. Please spend a minute or two chec