Sad that a single man in Rome (not the Pope) can solve a timeless puzzle but all of NASA’s so called scientists are still roving around a sound stage with their remote controlled toys.
Dear friends, it is most ironic that the greatest (and still ongoing) astronomical controversy of all times revolved around our own Moon’s motions. After all, the Moon is our largest, nearmost and thus most intensely studied celestial body:
Bart Sibrel is one of the only anti-NASA researchers who doesn’t mention flat earth. I think he believes in an advanced space program, which doesn’t make logical sense. Maybe watching his own videos will help him change his mind that we can barely get a rocket off the ground, let alone set up advanced far away colonies.
A group of controlled opposition showing how meaningless one can make a 9 minute media piece, all selling a different version of the lie that man can go to the moon, and that the moon is even a 3d place one could actually set foot on.
The moon landings are even less believable than the 9/11 hoax. Maybe they would be a better place to start with non fakeologists.
I know this American Life is mainstream, and the interviewer may know the truth that no man can or will ever probably go to the moon, whatever it is.
Listen to this audio and hear Frank Borman implying quite clearly that he in no way went to the moon. As these ass-true-nots age and slowly lose their (blue) marbles, it’s clear that the secret that must have eaten them from within that they didn’t go anywhere isn’t as important to them as they prepare for death.
One of the astronauts, Frank Borman, was saying things I had just never heard an astronaut say. Like this–
Space science fiction still bores me. I’ve never seen– what’s the name of that– that very popular–
Yeah, all that crap. I’ve never seen any of that.
Emmanuel, the filmmaker, also seemed amused. He pressed on. What about when you were a kid?
And what about the stars or astronomy?
None of that?
Airplanes, and airplanes only.
Airplanes, and airplanes only.
And a certain particular girl.
Producer David Kestenbaum tells the story of an astronaut who returns with a very unexpected view of the great beyond
Another non explanation of how defecating in space would work if there was such a place to go. Looking back over the years of reporting on NASA fakery, it’s amazing how little the nonsense stories have changed. They either work well or no one is listening. I choose the latter.
This certainly isn’t the number one perk about space travel: going number two.
It’s amazing how long you can live with a lie without it killing you. I’d say then remaining fake moon walkers are a hardy bunch.
Amusing pin story, coupled with his painting of the fake moon shots, complete with moon dust.
In painstaking detail, he re-created what it was like to be on the moon, using actual moon dust and ground-up remnants of Apollo spacecraft. Before starting each painting, he would spend weeks studying photographs and videos, and calling fellow astronauts to probe their memories.
Those materials and memories are what Bean brought back from the moon, but he also left something behind — his silver astronaut lapel pin. He had thrown it as far as he could into a crater.
He said he thought about it often, “and when I look at the moon at night, think about that pin up there, just as shiny as it ever was, and someday maybe somebody will go pick it up.”