It’s amusing listening to msm podcasts try and dismiss and attack anyone who challenges vaccinations, climate change, or the even NASA.
I listen to these to know the enemy. I call this clever propaganda.
Sometimes when we believe something, no amount of data can change our minds. This week, we look at how we rely on the people we trust to shape what we believe, and why emotions can be more powerful than facts. This episode features new reporting and favorite conversations with neuroscientist Tali Sharot and philosopher of science Cailin O’Connor.
I enjoy Bill Cooper. Whether you consider him controlled opposition or not – and I do – he had so much good audio that he can’t be ignored.
Here is he talking about the Moon hoax from 1994.
Main sticking point I have is I don’t think there is any secret space program – to this day. I’d love to believe they are working hard at doing something to get past where planes fly – but I am too pessimistic to believe they do anything but steal the money.
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
Adam says that the latest 9/11 vicsim compensation bill is for billions more to pay children of children of children of 9/11 “survivors”.
A hoax payment— in perpetuity.
So much for modern pensions disappearing from the workforce.
I’d say crisis acting pays extremely well.
Why open your mouth and spill the beans when you could affect your great grandchild’s future?
The fund received 2,963 death claims. This accounted for more than 98% of eligible families. Funds were distributed in 2,880 of these cases. The average award was $2,082,128 and went as high as $7.1 million.