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.”
Simon’s ability for being succinct, snarky, and smart make him one of the best exposers of psyOps, hoaxes, and media swindles. Social media THIS to all your contacts and ask them if they still believe man went anywhere near the moon.
Sadly (yet this is not to admit defeat!), the repetitive power of this massive, ongoing (multi-billion $) psyop scheme may be its greatest “strength”, as the efforts of normal (inquisitive) people such as this forum’s valiant contributors may eventually wane due to sheer exhaustion. This is hoping we can overcome this natural, inherent weakness of human nature, and keep doing what we’ve done here at Cluesforum for this last decade – lest our children have to “start from scratch” all over again! Whatever will be the case in the future (and however future generations will judge it), I will remain jolly proud of having started this discussion board – with Hoi Polloi’s precious help: we both called it an “experiment” at the time. Well, this (now almost decade-long) grassroot experiment seems to have been, all things considered, a darn good one – and if you’ll allow me to paraphrase an infamous quote, it’s been “a small step for a man – but a giant leap for mankind”.
English: Elon Musk at the panel Tribeca Talks: Revenge of the Electric Car, for the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Elon Musk-y is just another actor given to us to be the icon/symbol/worshipful master of space and tech. Our rulers know that the people need leaders to follow and they gladly provide them, no matter how silly or outrageous they act.
Continuing our series on how the less educated, or more correctly, those not subjected to the Great American PsyOp, see through the lies and do not believe the lies Americans are religious about.
Yeah, and he just thought that was horrible, that people would want to do that. And it’s not like I’m trying to play the devil’s advocate with him a lot of the time, but I’m, you know– this is a guy that also– just understanding these people do not– I was really surprised about how many of these countries didn’t believe the United States put a man on the moon.
Yeah, they do not think we put a man on the moon. The Chinese, for the most part, didn’t think we did. Southeast Asian countries. Yeah, I mean, the Africans. Even the Indians, college educated Indians, and they’re like, no, we’re pretty much sure you guys didn’t.
The only major achievement of NASA in the last 48 years (i.e. between 1969 and 2017) has been that of training their ass-true-not actors to act in a considerably more relaxed fashion – as they poop their smelly lies out of their asses. (Simon Shack, December 2017)
As it happened, I ran across a compelling “confession” by Stanley Kubrick to having faked the moon landing, which I knew he had done and therefore found highly plausible. It turned out to be a cleverly staged piece of fakery, where the man conducting the interview is also the director, offering him instructions as to how to respond to questions he is asking in order to convey the intended impression of this actually being Stanley Kubrick actually confessing to having faked the moon landing, when it’s an actor who is simply playing a role. I sent the original out to a large list of correspondents, which I had to retract when I discovered that I had been played by a hoax about a hoax?
Add fake ingredients like subs, NASA, numerology – and you’ve got what it takes for some fake baked story.
I’m still convinced subs are props from a by-gone era. Even if they were real, what use are they today? Why would any navy bother with them in the age of air power?
The submarine ARA San Juan, with 44 crew members, had participated in naval exercises off southern Argentina before departing Monday from the city of Ushuaia for a naval base in Mar de Plata. It hasn’t been heard from since Wednesday.