Friday, January 26, 2018

NASA Shovels Moon Dust Onto Apollo's Coffin


Well, so much for that. 

After nearly 50 years of arguments and theories, NASA finally shoveled dirt onto the Apollo mission's coffin. While there's plenty of evidence that this may have been a gradual disclosure process, Apollo could also have been collateral damage in the ongoing Deep State civil war.




There's been a lot of chatter in Washington over Trump's NASA pick US Rep Jim Bridenstine, whose nomination barely squeaked out of committee. As the headline reads, this is highly unusual for a post that is customarily supposed to be above politics.



January 25th was also Remembrance Day for NASA, which always reminds us of an old Secret Sun standby, Apollo 1 astronaut Virgil "Gus" Grissom, whom Barack Obama seemed to harbor some kind of obsession with.

But that's all old news. Let's take a look at this Space.com article on the Super Wonderful Bloody Blue Murder Moon. 


Interesting headline, right? Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought the secrets of the lunar surface were unlocked 49 years ago, when the Vega Eagle landed and all the rest of it. Weird.

Well, clickbait, amirite? Cheesy website with no connection to NASA or anything, right?

Oh. OK.

Then let's take a look at the article here...
The upcoming Super Blue Blood Moon eclipse will not only be a treat for skywatchers; the rare celestial event will also give scientists a chance to discover some unknown characteristics about moon dust, like how porous and "fluffy" it is across the lunar surface.
Wait--what? 

What "unknown characteristics about moon dust?" Isn't that kinda like coming back from the beach and not grasping the whole concept of "sand?"


And if other "scientists" want to discover how "porous and fluffy" moon dust is why don't they just ask NASA for a sample?



It's not as if collecting the stuff wasn't one of Apollo's primary missions, right?


After all, the astronauts made "precise observations" of the lunar surface. 

If scientists are curious, they should be able to find out anything they need in less than a second. 

Hell, you and I should too.


I mean. the Apollo missions collected a whopping 842 pounds of samples.

And any halfway-competent high school chemistry nerd could figure out anything they pleased with just a gram of the stuff.


OK, OK you say; that's "scientists," which could mean anybody. Certainly NASA knows the score, right? Continuing:
Lunar rocks regularly warm up and cool down as the surface moves between times of darkness and times of light. Scientists have studied this process before, and according to NASA, this information reveals a lot about the "bulk" of the regolith, or the dusty lunar rock soil. 
Sudden cooling changes from a lunar eclipse could reveal characteristics about the fine material at the top of the regolith, as well, NASA officials said.

If they have hundreds of pounds of the stuff, what exactly is there to reveal?
Many folks across the United States witnessed the Great American Solar Eclipse of 2017, and during the fascinating moments before, during and after the moon blocked the sun's light, the ground got cold. On Jan. 31, the moon will experience a similar effect, as Earth blocks and bends sunlight that otherwise would fully illuminate and heat the moon, NASA officials said in a statement.
The lunar surface will get chillier, and if NASA researchers notice that the moon's rocky surface cools down differently than it does in a normal moon day, the findings could clue scientists in on what those moon rocks are made of. 
Why does anyone need a "clue" as to what moon-rocks are made of?

842 pounds, hello? 


I mean, they got huge piles of the stuff all over the place. They took samples all across the Moon's surface.

They have so much Moon crap they've even gifted some of it to foreign dignitaries.


Oh. Wait.



Wait--is the Moon flat?


OK, OK- enough of all that. 

The Apollo missions were created for 1970s vintage TVs and films. No one ever imagined people would one day be carrying around computers-- ones thousands of times more powerful than any NASA could even have conceived of in 1969-- in their back pockets. 

Apollo was a propaganda circus meant to take people's minds off all the crazy crap going on in the country at the time. It worked pretty well until everyone got bored with it.

If anyone's really been to the Moon they never went in those ridiculous Apollo tinkertoys. They went in the kind of hardware that seems to be getting ready to be rolled out of Area 51, the stuff videographers in Las Vegas have been seeing flying around over Groom Lake the past few years. 

And they sure as shit weren't ever playing golf and doing donuts in their space-buggy up there.


PS: Is it imagination or does that NASA flack in the video remind you way too much of a Heaven's Gate cultist?

80 comments:

  1. THIS gets people riled up?

    The idea that our planet’s ownership and management teams are using a sexually traumatized Scottish singer to warp reality we can deal with.

    But don’t tell us the Moon landings or climate science are questionable.

    Please, people.

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    1. It's time her "handlers" were exposed! Maybe the stupid rebooted X-files can make a comedy episode about it.

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    2. Climate change by the over use of CO that becomes CO2 in our atmosphere, plus methane, etc.. is definitely real and physically undeniable.. This information is backed up by a consensus of scientists who have the measures of a warming planet and concentrations of CO2 in our atmosphere.. now getting to be more than 410 ppm.. However, the reality of the NASA claims from 1969 to 1972 is what are really bogus.. which is why Russia or anyone else but the Apollo missions have been limited to low Earth orbits for manned missions due to their inability for protecting astronauts or other life into outer space beyond a few hundred miles. Flyby News, my web site, has extensive resources if you care to research this subject: "Evidence of fraud, US 1969-1972 lunar missions" - http://flybynews.wordpress.com/2013/06/27/moon-landing-hoax/

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  2. Chris, thanks for killing Maria’s comments.
    Keep up the good work!
    Mike

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  3. Have you come across a fellow skeptic?

    http://blog.banditobooks.com/a-nasahollywood-fraud/

    I think you'd get along. :)

    So, presumably, the masses are now to suffer a schism: the indoctrinated numskulls, and the intellectuals who must cope with this schism, by compartmentalising 'the world as the numskulls are to understand it' vs 'the world as it is' (truth minus 'protective layer'). NASA is now evidently communicating with the latter group...

    Of course, having now understood there is this 'protective layer' and that it covers a lot more than Apollo, we can peel it off other things, such as the secret sun, the cycle of rebirth, the great pyramid, etc.

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  4. Well, I try to give everyone as wide a berth as possible but when it comes to personal insults and attacks because someone can't argue a topic rationally, well, I have no patience for that. Suggesting that people who think rationally about topics like Apollo are "Nazis" runs exactly counter to everything I have been writing here. Especially when it's coming from someone who's all too happy to tell everyone they only read the blog to steal ideas for their own work.

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  5. The true intentions of NASA was to put secret satellites in space to spy on everyone and to essentially weaponise space amongst other things. The Moon landings were a hoax no doubt.

    Wall Street bankers helped fund the the Bolshevik Revolution and pushed the Communist agenda in Russia and China. Stalin was a 'hidden hand' and part of 'The Big Club'. They used Russia to start a space race - NASA was founded in 1957 just as Sputnik was launched. Then they wanted a 'pro-space' President - JFK - but he went against them in the end regarding other issues like Vietnam and Israel.

    Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution: The Remarkable True Story of the American Capitalists Who Financed the Russian Communists

    by Anthony Sutton

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wall-Street-Bolshevik-Revolution-Capitalists/dp/190557035X

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    1. 'All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players' whether knowingly, willingly, obliviously or otherwise.

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  6. On a dorky note, "Super Blue Blood Moon" makes a great case for hyphenation. Is it "super-blue"? Or "blue-blood"? Who can say, huh.

    But seriously. In Islam, many people perform fasting during full moon and extra prayers during a moon eclipse. The moon's pull over our bodies is not exactly seen as benign. And in the End Times, the moon is predicted to split in two. According to some scholars, this has already occurred (?).

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  7. Those moon landing photos look more and more laughable with every passing year! I wouldn't even mow my lawn with that kind of equipment.

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  8. Interesting digging (of moon dust no less), the Secret Sun never sleeps, it appears

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  9. Funny side note: Conspiracy, esoteric, the occult or even religion is mostly strictly ridiculed in the theoretical physics department, where I am writing my thesis on astro physics atm. But when it comes to moon landings almost all agree, that it either was fake or somehow a cover story for something else.

    I wonder what 2018 has coming for us... "live in interesting times" the old Chinese curse says, current year even more so.

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  10. Without going into details (reasons!) there were very definitely coordinated events going on down on earth at that time that were timed to this and used religiously to traumatize or imprint. For instance, there were thumpers going around claiming the bible predicted the start of end times when the first humans set down on the moon. From what I can tell, it's quite possible some of the thumpers even staged little end times "previews" around the country on that day. Lets see if anyone else remembers anything odd around the time of our "shared" first man on the moon moment.

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    1. A light review of the news that day and the next hasn't disclosed any odd religion-related events, though Ted K's little car accident was right on the front page of at least some papers.

      Lost's Josh Holloway was born that day along with Tobi Vail of Bikini Kill, The Go Team, The Frumpies. Perhaps the closest "religious link" came the next day with the announcement of the world's greatest supergroup: Blind Faith. Hmmmmm.

      For fun, check out The Doors set list the next day:

      https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/the-doors/1969/aquarius-theater-hollywood-ca-43d55feb.html

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    2. Oops! Blind Faith was already touring, it was their debut album that came out the day after the moon landing. Perhaps the naked girl on the cover was a clue.

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    3. Paydirt?

      http://www.feelnumb.com/2011/07/17/the-young-girl-featured-on-the-blind-faith-album-cover/


      Here’s what the photographer Bob Seidemann said about his vision for the album cover and the reason behind using such a young girl.

      “I could not get my hands on the image until out of the mist a concept began to emerge. To symbolize the achievement of human creativity and its expression through technology a space ship was the material object. To carry this new spore into the universe, innocence would be the ideal bearer, a young girl, a girl as young as Shakespeare’s Juliet. The space ship would be the fruit of the tree of knowledge and the girl, the fruit of the tree of life.”

      “The space ship could be made by Mick Milligan, a jeweler at the Royal College of Art. The girl was another matter. If she were too old it would be cheesecake, too young and it would be nothing. The beginning of the transition from girl to woman, that is what I was after. That temporal point, that singular flare of radiant innocence. Where is that girl?”

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    4. Back in the 70s when I was a kid that album cover gave me the creeps. Around that time Jefferson Starship released Freedom at Point Zero, with a boy releasing a ufo like thing. Kind of a sequel.

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    5. 8/8/1969 - The Tate murders in LA were very close to apollo 11. Too close.

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    6. Looking back on that musical era I realized today: The Who were pissing on a monolith in the Who's Next album cover! What was that about?

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    7. The nymph attended Holland Park School in Kensington at the time.

      So did I, a few years older.

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  11. One of the most appealing 'alternative explanations' of the bizarre nature of the moon, is that it is the hemispherical front-shield of an interstellar spacecraft that deliberately parked itself in its constant Earth-aligned orbit, perhaps to avoid revealing its inorganic body and space-faring nature. Hence the "That's no moon" clue.

    This craft perhaps had a 'brief' trip from a nearby star (secret sun?) about 66 million years ago (hence traces of H.Sapiens going back that far), and upon arrival disgorged its ark of alien lifeforms (mammals) and proceeded to colonise the planet (wiping out all the dinosaurs in the process of making it habitable).

    Unfortunately, the aliens didn't realise until it was too late, that the planet they had decided to colonise underwent a rinse cycle twice a great year: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RoGL0ANplcQ

    They (we) have been trying to escape ever since (cf https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Biw4xZn28M ).

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  12. Hey Chris, excellent work, as usual.
    I don't have it handy, but NASA said something that was a MAJOR Fnord ?x? years ago. When the "space truck program" ...

    DIGRESSION...(just think about THAT thing for a minute, like its all we could come up with after going to the fucking moon?..dude, I'm a skilled gear head and i've built and restored lots of bikes and cars...here is what they expect us to believe....when i was 11 i built a bicycle that worked ( satellites ) then when i was 17 i built a fucking Ferrari and won Le Mans ( Apollo/Moon ) and then i forgot all about how i built and drove that car and had to "struggle" to build a model T pick-up....RIGHTTTT!!)

    ...anyway, there was a mission, STS-???, in which the shuttle flew "higher than ever"...(for some reason 362 miles up sticks in my head)..they flat out said, and i'm paraphrasing here, that they got as close to the edge of the Van-Allen belt(s) as ever, AND could only do so for a short time due to the intensity of the radiation. I had a MAJOR WTF moment the minute i saw it..(! i know ! they forgot to bring along that magic gold foil that stops everything from gamma rays to micro-meteorites!!)...other conspiracy types pointed it out too.

    If i (or someone?) can find a link I'll add it later, but i do think it really would add to the post and the stuff in that guys vid. It's like they keep letting you peek at their hand...and for a long time now i think its all jokers..."wild" cards anyone? (then again maybe its aces and eights...)
    Thanks, Guitardave

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    1. Van Allen belt-prison planet. No way out me thinks. Dune buggy on moon, nay. Shine forth brave souls! 87

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    2. I'm with you on the Van Allen radiation belts Dennis.
      That really killed manned space travel to the moon I think, although not space travel with robots, which is what we have today.
      The space shuttle missions were mainly about seeing how far out from the earth they could get a human without turning them into a microwave meal, in my opinion.
      Those VA belts have really f#cked things up for manned flights, but maybe one day NASA will develop something better than a metaphorical plastic container to fly through a metaphorical microwave oven.

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    3. Wait out is over the poles only. Straight up or down. Apollo did not take that route. But it can be done, but it requires a lot of energy to go polar.

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    4. A dune buggy for a ride on the beach! There are 'seas' on 'The Moon' harbouring what though? Maybe Veganaut knows, does she have a string to pull so as to utter aspiration inspiring answers?

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  13. NASA - the biggest bullshitters who ever bullshitted. I swear, the powers that be no longer give a single solitary f**k. Can't say I'm surprised. Lol. Good stuff, Chris.

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  14. Look folks It's simple NASA really DID land Apollo 11 on the moon exactly as It was brosadcast on TV back in '69, TPTB really have lost/mislaid/overwrote the telemetry tapes, the latter truly because they needed the tape for other stuff! etc.

    The actual 'Mengele Effect' are all the kooks 'hung up on romancing' us with fake conspiracy theory views on parallel projects, secret space missions, ziggurat landing/takeoff platforms, cover-ups, assassinations, roswell, mind control shooters & remote controlled bomb cars etc. etc. this is the real plot against us - the attempt to convince us that something is wrong when nothing could be further from the truth & I know so because 'The Lost Art of Forehead Sweat' nudged & winked It aat me!

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    1. Got Cognitive Dissonance? The Mandela Effect is Reality Editing and thus is the biggest story of lives.Wake Up!

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    2. Not sure if you've actually SEEN the 1969 live broadcast, but google it up on Youtube. The word "simulation" is actually superimposed over the video footage that was broadcast. They used "scale models" to simulate the landing, since there was no way to actually record the spaceship landing, because there aren't video cameras sitting up there on the moon recording and waiting for spaceships to land.

      What you "remember" seeing on live TV is the 16mm footage that the astronauts supposedly brought BACK with them from the moon.

      You can argue that the 16mm footage was real, but have a look for yourself at Walter Conkrite's broadcast.

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    3. The 'I WANT TO BELIEVE' poster, the what single most resonant image from 'The X-Files' after the spot marking 'X' Itself? has been Mengele Effected a number of times during the series lifetime, sensible reasons given for the alterations include copyright infringement of the original UFO source image. However, this could well be 'An X-File' all It's own clueing aat anti-human agency Working against us.

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  15. Moon buggies! How the hell did they get those up there? On a boat trailer?

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  16. Well, Chris, I have to say I agree that it's hard to accept all those moon missions as having happened - and that's coming from someone who as a kid way back then bought into all the concepts of space exploration in the future as was presented to us. As I got older I started to wonder when I began learning about the arguments of the Van Allen Belt, no stars being seen, shadows on the moon surface pointing in different directions, why would the flag look fluttering if no air present, etc.

    Then, while once watching the original Trek episode 'Assignment: Earth', I actually thought about the mention in the script that states the moon shots were a cover to send up orbiting atomic weapon platforms. This actually made more sense to me than spending a national treasure going to the moon to collect rocks and dust. I also noted that everyone, including myself, tends to mentally compartmentalize history in that we remember the space program back then, but forget Vietnam was going on at the same time and vice-versa. The costs of sustaining both would have been unbelievable! Maybe that is why Nixon took the dollar off the gold standard?

    In any event, note that Gary Seven can be construed as G-7 and his cat was Isis which is both the infamous crime organization and the current space station. Make of that what you will. Then again, in James Bond's Diamonds Are Forever, the story has to do again with an orbiting space weapon mounted by an oil company using the Vegas owner's famous 'W' as a logo. The weapon is developed at an area outside Vegas that has a speed limit sign depicting in large print '15 MPH' which 15 is 51 backwards. The installation also has a fake moon set occurring complete with astronauts. There is also a quick shot earlier in the film of a Vegas magazine page advertising famed Afro-American singer Sammy Davis Jr. (he filmed a scene that was later cut) and a fictional comedian called Shady Tree and his Acorns. Do recall that Obama was elected with the grassroots group named ACORN.

    For my money, the Cold War moved into space in the 60s and has been continuing there since. When we consider that we are now in the 21st century the "space exploration program" has been a major disappointment as we understood it. We went from supposedly going to the moon to simply flying around the Earth in a souped-up jet to (again "supposedly") study things like how well a monkey could make a cheese sandwich in zero gravity. The space station looks NOTHING like what we conceived it would be by now (2001: A Space Odyssey, anyone?).

    Society is now in an intentionally manufactured dead-end loop. The clothing styles have been the same for the last 25 years, guys are still sporting the Tintin haircut made popular on the old TV series Friends, which also put the Jennifer Anniston bob-cut hair style on all the women who mean business (newscasters, administrators, executives, etc.) that we still see today. Music hasn't changed, films and TV haven't changed and still suck with all that Color Correction Technique that nobody seems to notice along with bad C.G.I. Vehicles have no style looking more like colored blobs than cars. Remember when all societal trends seemed to magically fade and/or change on New Year's Day at the start of each decade?

    We talk about 'progressive' society and yet, really, the only real innovations have been in distracting toys and entertainment for the masses. There has been no real progress elsewhere whatsoever. Did we go to the moon? Does it even matter now? The multitude of hamsters on their wheels don't seem to care - if they ever did....

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    1. Yes, when I was a child in the 1970s, magazines were fixated on "life in the year 2000". We were told that by 2000, any one of us could just head off to the Moon for a weekend getaway!

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    2. You win. I remember the 70s too and for a moment as a kid it seemed like anything could happen. Then we got stuck on the wheel in the habitrail and not even the end of the Cold War could make it stop.

      Just like George Jetson in the end credit scene: Jane, get me off this crazy thing!

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    3. And music. Oh yeah, people will say, "rap and hip-hop" - uh, whatever. Basically that's 30 years old.

      The car styles: my 12--year-old like to point out the correlation between "fat acceptance" and suv-type vehicle that look as though they sport big butts.

      Desperate attempts to keep us imprisoned in the Picean age. Worked for awhile but we've caught up. Now we are witness to the cloaking machinations real time.

      -D.

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  17. If anyone's really been to the Moon they never went in those ridiculous Apollo tinkertoys.


    I've met (and worked with) older people who actually helped build the stuff. (All long-retired by now). I even have a couple of design memos, etc I've pulled from trash piles over the years as they've retired.

    No doubt there's stuff out there that isn't public (especially from the NRO and the X-37)... but I'm sorry, Chris, you're wrong on this one.

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    1. In 1950 Ray Bradbury wrote a short SF story called "The Rocket" about a chap who created a mock-up of a rocket that with powerful engines could simulate its take-off for the entertainment of his children, who happily believed they had been taken to the Moon and back.

      Either you are a child, or you have joined a cult tasked with the job of ensuring children's disbelief can continue to be suspended - the new 'I want to believe' evangelism.

      I really don't think there are any 'children' visiting this blog, which means you or your missionary zeal is rather wasted here.

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    2. Just because they were designed and built didn't mean they got to the moon.
      Probably nothing but expensive movie props when they realized the Van Allen belts could fry their pilots.

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    3. And maybe the Russians know about it first han.

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  18. Ok, I'll bite:

    So clearly manned rockets were built and launched in plain view. If they didn't go to the moon, did they just circle in orbit and return? Weren't the vehicles tracked by Soviets and other world powers? If the radio signal was coming from low earth orbit and the Soviets blew the whistle on the fakery wouldn't that have been a scandal form which we could never recover?

    I don't buy it. Seems like a huge risk vs the slight payoff of later missions used as TV for the proles.

    I completely agree with the absurdity of the moon having any more mysteries, but then again they found subterranean "lava tubes" a few years ago, and now ice in them:

    https://www.space.com/39404-lava-tube-skylights-discovered-moon-images.html

    Perhaps we've never been given the truth about the lunar discoveries,and the loss of telemetry data, footage and tech have more to do with our ongoing failure as a functioning country - or perhaps they use "oops we lost it!" as a way of securing it from espionage or scrutiny from snoops looking for missing pieces of the lunar landing stories. Nasa is military and military does make mistakes. I can't believe all the crew members would be able to stay silent, though. People talk, especially as senility sets in or people reach the "fuck it" stage in their careers etc.

    Great post though. The Van Allen Belt issue is something that has never been answered properly for me.

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  19. Did you read about the new "disco-ball" satellite?

    The Humanity Star launched on Sunday from New Zealand and orbits the Earth every 90 minutes. It will continue for the next nine months before it starts to decay and is pulled back into Earth's gravity, ultimately burning up on reentry.

    The newly launched satellite, dubbed the Humanity Star, resembles a disco ball. Its mission: to serve as a focal point for humanity and reminder about our fragile place in the universe.

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/01/25/world/humanity-star-launch-trnd/index.html

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  20. Great post once again, sir. Got me inspired to finish one I was working on. http://www.reddirtreport.com/dust-devil-dreams/rocket-men

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  21. Im thinking the lunar wave might be a pretty good indicator as to a lot of things, from those astronauts looks in the post apollo conference to why samples are wanted. Maybe what we see as the moon is just a broad illusion covering for something else. Or maybe not, but Its worth considering. Could be a civilation sitting right there on the moon for all we know.

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    1. Gurdjieff used to say humanity was "food for the moon." At least one interpretation applying his theory of "rays" is that just as we evolved under rays of sunlight, so too does the moon evolve from the reflective rays of the earth. Always an interesting concept to ponder.

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  22. Do we really know what is floating above our heads? Have we ever known? Space junk is a clue - but why can't we the people know the true purpose of numerous voyages and satellites? Are "they" still thinking we can't handle the truth?

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  23. OK ,do your own searching here;(Rabbit hole alert!) read Dave McGowan "Wagging the moon-doggie" check out Richard Hogland's stuff, consider Dr. Joe Farrell's Nazi International theory and ALL of it's implications...like, say, anti-grav.... made here on earth, and if you understand the physics, would actually allow you to penetrate the van-Allen belts...think about it, anti-grav/localized time bubble=radiation protection bubble...OK?,... think about this: protecting really important, clandestine tech (like anti-grav ) while still showing the world your big, fake, Hollywood supported, exceptionally large American dick( aren't we GREAT!!?)....??...AND maybe, just maybe, two things happened: We And the "boys from Brazil" did go to the moon...Stanly K and hollywierd helped hide the tech...what was found there was, well...Hogland-ish at the least, and possibly more like, "if you EVER show up here again, you WON'T get home.." So, yes...thats my "tinfoil hat" version currently...it's just a theory to cover all the bases...in a nut shell..

    We went to the moon.
    we lied about how, causing the cover-up problems.
    The tech to get there wasn't "ours", and was withdrawn, and/or "told not to come back" by the current inhabitants.....whose name might start with a...Veeeee
    Just sayin'. Guitardave


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    1. Impressive! Never thought of it that way... We get so fixated in our thinking on simple dichotomies like "did they or didn't they?", there is so much stuff we overlook.

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    2. This story also looks iffy if guitardave's perspective is applied

      http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/01/amateur-astronomer-discovers-revived-nasa-satellite


      Consider a classified magnetosphere-researching satellite "gone missing" while all the time even amateur astronomers can locate the signal. Guess that's one way to collect important data without sharing.

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    3. Guitardave says...OK, no anti-grav, no MANNED mission....i'm alright with that, its just a theory after all...and NASA is still full of shit... :-)

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  24. Capricorn, that fish/goat-splice chimera, 'is the 'Gate of the Gods' where one 'escapes' this life on earth.'

    http://www.constellationsofwords.com/Constellations/Capricorn.html

    'Capricorn One',

    Nelson of The Mendala Effect comes from Neil, a 'Neil' strong-armed The Landed Eagle to zap the collective consciousness.

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  25. I dont care much if the apollo moon landings were faked or not but through the last 40 years I have read enough to believe that they could had been faked for sure. Hell, we are talking about the American gov., the same people who a year after apollo 11 managed to invade a whole sovereign country in secret (Cambodia, 1970) an operation involving hundreds of thousands of people, so it would not surprise my at all if they did. Only thing that bothers me is that some of apollo hoax theory spoke persons want to drag S. Kubrick into this mess. Kubrick moved to England in 1960 and never returned to the US because he hated those running the country, he would not had helped them in any way.

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  26. Growing up, I knew a woman who had fled communist Czechoslovakia in 1968 and settled in Houston, TX. Having studied Russian in school, she became a translator for NASA. In the 1980s, she abruptly quit her job, left her husband and returned (!) to then still-Communist eastern Europe.

    Back then, I just couldn't believe the story. It was like someone from affluent Texan suburbia wanting to live in Uganda. Now, 30 years later, I may be starting to grasp a little of the whole "not all is gold..." scenario lurking behind it.

    Another, somewhat similar story, and one I encourage the readers to revisit and and re-think, is the "diaper lady" - the female US astronaut who got dragged through the tabloids some years back for allegedly plotting to murder a rival in a love triangle. From what I understand, the tabloid stuff was total misdirection (isn't it always), and the person was in fact fleeing the U.S. to seek political asylum (?!) in the Vatican. Talk about 'stranger than fiction'...

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  27. The upcoming Lunar New Year brings us the Winter Olympics, to be held in South Korea. Is it just me -- but wasn't the media screaming at us for much of 2017 that the North Korean leaders pretty much had their finger on the red button? That their missiles could easily nuke any city in the USA?... And now the whole world is sending its best athletes to literally just across a river from there?!

    Speaking of olympics and sports... For decades, the creme de la creme of men's figure skating struggled to land triple jumps. All of a sudden, we have 17yo guys landing five (5) QUADRUPLE jumps in one program! Which is great - but are we to assume that it was human talent and coaching techniques alone that have produced such a miraculous, almost overnight ramp-up in performance?... Something smells fishy, and it leads me to think back to the previous posts on cloned monkeys, and the joys of genetic modification.

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    1. 'Divergent strokes for divergent folks' is the 'new normal'.

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  28. There's actually published research on moon dust. It supposedly wrecked havoc with lunar vehicles and missions: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/09/080924191552.htm

    I think the article you are basing this piece on is just poorly executed - not NASA "slipping up."

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  29. The Shape Of Water is, in reality, the bastard child of Creature From The Black Lagoon & Humanoids From The Deep. Toss both in a blender & then filter through a heaping helping of politically correct post modern gobble-de-gook.

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    1. Hey, you forgot Slithis. How could you? Remember, today 99% of American movies are rip offs of old American movies. The other 1% are remakes of foreign movies

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  30. Just intuitively, I find the moon landing totally plausible. It's close enough that you can discern geographical formations though moderately powerful binoculars. Also, if people can make a suit airtight underwater then why not in a vacuum? Further, if an event of such unfathomable complexity as launching an airplane from the earth and landing it onto a narrow, crowded strip of concrete on the far side of the planet, can occur hundreds (or thousands) of times a day with relatively few catastrophic failures, then plopping a little box onto an uninhabited, low gravity wasteland without an atmosphere seems like a piece of cake by comparison.

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    1. Stand-by for the announcement revealing the moon to be a goldfish-bowl built & occupied by Merliens, & if you don't want to accept that join the queue of fools owed a punch in the face from Buzz Aldrin, that is once he's done shilling for 'Quaker Oats'.

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  31. Interesting mental fodder. one could get all 'flat earth' on the Van Allen Belt which supposedly forms some unscapable force field trapping humanity in a hell world run by Clintons and Borgias (and what's the diff anyway? How o we know the Van Allen Belt is for realz whn people will argue till they're blue in the face that the world is flat?

    Also, I would humbly beg our dear author to hold out some hope that h Powers of Darkness don't have things so totlly sewn up and in the bag. Afte all, we have White Wizards like Peter Caroll and Gordon White. What has Team Sauron got? Marina Abramoic? Puh-leez.

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  32. Blue blood? Super "BLUE BLOOD" moon? Are they shitting me? Can things get any more....distasteful?

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  33. Flyby News has been covering issues regarding peace and truth in space since the NASA plutonium radioactive Cassini Earth flyby in 1999.. Once realizing from such investigative reporters like Professor Karl Grossman, it was clear that the military was taking over space and truth. The Apollo missions were definitely a military psychological operation beginning in just a few years after the military-intel-financial corrupt elites took out President Kennedy when he wanted to make peace with the USSR and use space for peaceful endeavors. Why it has taken truth so long to awaken a critical mass must mean that the general public is under mind control, or in denial due to cognitive dissonance. Many cannot handle truth in its natural state, so they want to find excuses to believe what they are comfortable with.. which is a form of denial. Thanks for writing this blog. I will add a link from our resources on Evidence of fraud, US 1969-1972 lunar missions - http://flybynews.wordpress.com/2013/06/27/moon-landing-hoax/

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  34. No. Chris, the Apollo moon landings happened. For all the deeper research and analysis you do, I am very surprised, and dissapointed actually, at how uncreative you are when a variety of available science sources would disprove — wait for it — the loony assertions you are making in this post.

    As just one example, the open literature of the planetary science field from circa 1970 onward is filled with work about the lunar sample returns from Apollo. In light of more recent scientific observations, we’re in fact still learning from these samples:
    http://science.sciencemag.org/content/344/6182/365

    There are several science-oriented websites which deal with debunking lunar landing hoaxes, here’s a good one:
    http://www.clavius.org

    There’s dozens of fact-based links available if you only look, and hundreds if you really search.

    It’s not a post-factual world, Chris.



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    1. Very few people know if the Moon landings happened or not, but we know that the televised footage is staged.

      We also know there is an army of shills tasked with sowing doubt and discord...

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    2. Some 500M people on Earth saw Neil Armstrong take the first step in the lunar surface. I saw that broadcast myself. The degraded image quality and apparent flicker were due to bandwidth limitations in the LM/CSM uplink signallng architecture, which prompted the need for a special-purpose camera with lower video line-count and frame rate than standard NTSC television signals.

      Here’s an approachable article on now that live broadcast was done with 1960s technology:
      https://www.popsci.com/how-nasa-broadcast-neil-armstrong-live-from-moon

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    3. A lot of people saw Superman fly.

      As an intelligent shill one must presume you are either well paid, or fully convinced of the need to preserve/perpetuate the Apollo deception...

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  35. My take: we went, but Kubrick was on standby to fake it. This was scrubbed from history but the smell lingers.

    There are two reasons why we can't go back right now:

    1.) Someone rich has to make a profit from it.
    2.) We use all our newfound computing power simply to keep an eye on each other. The net is almost completely inward-looking. I find this very sad.

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    1. An eye requires intelligence.

      Suppression can be achieved simply with a suggestion that one is observed - even if one isn't.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panopticon

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  36. Also, bear in mind that there are people in sillycon valley with a strong interest in making the past look rubbish. If a majority start thinking that what they're selling isn't as good as how we used to do it, the game is up.

    I know people who think that anything new is good. As soon as the new thing comes out, the old thing is rubbish. But not just that: the old thing /was always/ rubbish, even when it was new. Repeat ad nauseam. This behaviour strikes me as very odd. Odd enough to have been engineered.

    In the UK you used to see people standing outside pubs smoking (because the law had changed to stop them doing it inside). Then you started to see people standing outside pubs on the phone (because it's too noisy inside). It's like a transfer of the same addictive behaviour. Almost as if the same kinds of people are involved in selling the two products.

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  37. I suggest you to pay a visit to Flagstaff when you have a moment. They used a lot of sites and the meteor crater to prepare for the moon landings. I had been to Cinder Lake myself where they practiced how to drive in the moon. There is more evidence that it happened than it did not. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/travel/cant-make-it-to-the-moon-head-to-arizona-instead-180952821/

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  38. Wow, Chris, you say all kinds of crazy and no one bats an eye, but mention the Apollo charade, and do the Trollbots come crawling!

    Anyone actually still on the fence here should watch 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon.' It's on YouTube. Less than an hour long. If you can figure out how the last segment isn't smoking gun, I'd love to hear about it.

    But the real fun is in Jay Weidner's work.
    Watch Kubrick's Odyssey and wake the f up. Well worth the $10 Gaia sub. Your welcome.

    https://www.gaia.com/video/kubricks-odyssey-i

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    1. The funny thing is, the shills betray themselves.

      The shills don't tell us that there is a devoted swathe of Apollo faithful, but instead, they tell us that TPTB are paying good money to idle hands to perpetuate the hoax.

      That by itself, is very revealing...

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  39. That annoying Bryce guy.4:00 AM, January 31, 2018

    I'm not a shill or a trollbot, and I understand we went to the moon. The hoaxers would have to fake the moon rocks and dust, would have to fake the telemetry, and a huge amount of actual science. They would also have to fake two telling things: the sherical arc of dust from the buggy, and the rate at which it falls, which can be measured and discovered as the rate dust in a vacuum would fall in one sixth gravity vacuum. And the feather and hammer falling at the same rate. These cannot be faked in a studio, in any way at all. But more imoportant -Chris missed entirely the weird occult obsession Nasa seems to have with the moon. Hey, I dunno, maybe he aint so interested in the moon. As far as I'm concerned, I read him the same way I read anyone else - there's a few odd potential factoids and tidbits that are more or less as true as anything else, in amongst a ton of speculation and off the target misses. Plus, he occasionally gives me a chuckle or two.

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  40. Did you know that one of the moon rocks given directly by an Apollo astronaut to a museum was proven to be fake? Yes.. but rocks too could be gathered today with robotic missions.. remember.. we are dealing with those who could thwart an investigation in the JFK assassination and keep files under wraps for all this time.. they are good at what they do.. making people believe what they want to believe.. and yet if you only watched what they do, not say, then you would be more skeptical of apollo claims when computing technology was too heavy to possibly take on such a mission 6 successful times, then suddenly all astronauts are limited in low earth orbit.. meanwhile a new generation of NASA engineers who worked on the 2014 Orion mission know that protecting astronauts from the strong radiation in space is mandatory before deep human space flights beyond a few hundred miles from earth.. As Mark Twain once said, "It is easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.." human nature at the advent of the power of moving tv images for a likely military psychological operation .. and if you watch the foreign policy since the 1963 assassination and know how the military has taken over NASA.. there is hope for our awakening.. for without truth there can be no justice.. and with no justice there will be no peace.. Do the research here: http://flybynews.wordpress.com/2013/06/27/moon-landing-hoax/ anything you can really discredit would be appreciated, as well as a deeper understanding for what is.. and not what we have been told..

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  41. People seem to be ignoring the physics of low gravity on the moon, which cannot be faked at all. But hey, to each his own. I choose to suspect that they done found a little something that ascared they arses bigtime. Or devolution. I like that one, especially as some humans seem to be getting a tad less intelligent all the time. Especially those swathed and coddled in the halls of techno power. And you know, very few choose a mixed bag -part of it was faked, part if it was real, percentages and results may vary, depending on one's choice of dark Elder Gods.

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  42. Hey Bryce, seriously now, are you an actual human? How much do you get paid to do what you do?

    Or are you AI?


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  43. NASA reported that Apollo 11 spent 21 hours on the surface of the moon. The daytime temperatures could get as high as 100 C (212 F), and nighttime temperatures could get as low at -173 C (-279 F). I believe the time they spent on the moon was a long day which means the thin walled, lunar lander was extremely hot for 21 hours -- hotter than the hottest car on the hottest summer day on earth. How did they keep the lunar lander cool, and how much hot water did the astronauts drink to keep cool for 21 hours? I'm looking forward to an upcoming film by Massimo Mazucco called American Moon where he will take a critical look at the moon landings.

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    1. That’s incredibly simple physics. The Lunar surface is a near vacuum, so there is no air to radiate away heat. Instead, there is only thermal conduction. To help with cooling, in addtion to carrying water in both ascent and descent stages, a smaller amount of water-based coolant liquid was carried in the ascent stage. But only certain things need cooling, otherwise this space vehicle can handle the temperature extrema. There are any number of ways to cool water for drinking.

      Here’s a good overview of the LEM:
      http://www.ga153.com/aero%20space/Aero%20space%20information%20page/aircraft/Apollo%20Lunar%20Module.pdf

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    2. I sure would not drink the radiated water you seem to be offering as 'simple physics.' when you get to see the radiation measures from the 2014 NASA Orion mission you may understand there is nothing simple in protecting astronauts beyond low Earth orbit.. Otherwise why the almost 50 year gap with Russia that far behind us? I don't think so.. but the US is still on top for corrupting other elites to lead the sheeple to believe only what the TV and educational system wants to shove into our minds.. It is quite insulting to me.. I produced a program for my community TV station, "Calling Apollo: What happened on the Moon?" recording statements in a public forum and showed some films highlighting the farce.. On youtube - https://youtu.be/_bHcc7PcYXs

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