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1098: “Climate Grief” by No Agenda IPFS
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Some holiday season easy reading.
50 years of N.A.S.A. lies
Numerous Anomalies and Scams Abound
This web page is dedicated to NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, NASA Historian Erik Conway, and the few remaining Apollo astronauts, who make themselves a worldwide laughing stock with their ongoing claim of having walked on the Moon.
If the Internet and e-mail were around in 1968, I would have been glad to have a serious open debate with “Apollo believers” on whether the Moon missions were for real or not. However, it is not 1968, but 2019 and, as such, the authenticity of the Apollo Moon missions can no longer be debated. Neither does it fall into a “conspiracy theory” as the facts are well known. Conspiracy theories question what really took place, however it has been a well proven fact since the mid 80’s, that the Apollo Moon missions were faked by NASA for propaganda purpose.
Terrible timing for the the Mt False-uvius exhibit. The faked Egypt museum beat them by a month.
Archaeologists have unearthed the petrified remains of a harnessed horse and saddle in the stable of an ancient villa in a Pompeii suburb.
I don’t believe this happened – mainly because I don’t believe Antarctica exists as we are told. Look at all the occult numbers signing the fakery! 33, 54, 1500, 32.
As the world becomes more idle, more video game addicted, and more slovenly, the likelihood any young person gets off a couch and does something physically dramatic dwindles.
An Oregon man became the first person to traverse Antarctica alone without any assistance on Wednesday, trekking across the polar continent in an epic 54-day journey that was previously deemed impossible. Colin O’Brady, of Portland, finished the bone-chilling, 930-mile (1,500-kilometre) journey as friends, family and fans tracked the endurance athlete’s progress in real time online. “I did it!” a tearful Brady said on a call to his family gathered in Portland for the holidays, according to his wife, J
All that alleged money they get they must be doing something besides space fakery.
Mark Rober, a NASA engineer and YouTube personality with more than 4 million followers who is known for his elaborate science experiments and homemade gadgets, posted a wickedly ingenious new video Monday titled “Package Thief vs. Glitter Bomb Trap” which is, well, pretty self-explanatory.