Don’t forget our space cadet

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Canada’s contribution to the space/NASA hoax is recycled from the psyOp archives, complete with 11 things we don’t really want to know about him.

I wonder if NASA writes this stuff and simply allows news outlets to put their moniker on it?

Too many occult numbers to highlight in the link below. Read if you must.

After arriving on the International Space Station on Dec. 21, 2012, Chris Hadfield took the reins of command on March 13, 2013 — becoming the first and only Canadian to command humanity’s most distant outpost. During the mission, Hadfield flew nearly 100 million kilometres during a five-month stay in space.

Here are 11 things you might not know about him:

via 11 things you may not know about Chris Hadfield | Canada | News | Toronto Sun.

If you’re new to this blog, my stance on space is simple: the moon landing was a hoax, and ALL subsequent NASA events were/are too. I doubt any living creature has ever left our atmosphere, and I’m not sure how far rockets/probes/ have gone. My guess is not far at all. NASA is the space division of the military, as is responsible for all space relating psyOp/hoaxing.

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