Thursday, January 28, 2016


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I hadn't gotten around to looking into the rumors that the moon landings were faked,  after all I figured, I'd probably be wasting my time.  Oh yeah, I thought, there would be "questions",  like "film to fuzzy, or why did he walk this way?  Or look at the shape of this rock, it looks like (whatever)".  After all, wasn't this my generation?  You know the clean ones?  The ones took the beatings to stop the Viet Nam war ala Kent State?  Martin Luther and Freedom Riders,  so yeah, how could we?

Then along came 911 and I learned that my "clean" generation was also one that made plans to kill innocent Americans and blame it on those "horrible Cubans"(Operation Northwoods).  Kennedy had the good sense to pull back away from such things and look what happened.

Walter Cronkite wrote his own news program,  he vetted each story to ensure it was veritical and thus became the most trusted man in America.  From his opening "Here now the news" to his closing "...and that's the way it was (day's date).  But, while Walter was building America's trust in the news, minions in the background were eyeing this trust as a tool to be used to enrich themselves.  People were already well on their way to believing that video faithfully captured what eyewitnesses would either miss or controvert.  So, it's probably around that time that these minions also discovered that videos, like movies, could be faked.  Special effect were just in their infancy but, they realized,  use of them could have some rather dramatic effects.  I'd guessed they realized that: "What if War of the Worlds was done with state-of-the-art tech?", you can just imagine the impact.  So, it's in that era that the Space Race appears.

Well, the NASA answers film does a decent job of providing some answers,  but it leaves out a few very troubling artifacts that should not be there.  I'll leave it to you to figure out what they are,  if you're interested,  just watch the videos I've posted about the moon a couple of times and maybe take notes.  If it was easy to figure these things out,  they would not have even attempted them.  But there should be zero non-controversial artifacts if it were true. I'll also give you a clue,  the mirror, flag and moon rocks and soil could all have been done by remotely operated space craft.  Thus they are not proof of anything.

All told, it appears we're putting way too much faith in video, film and T.V.!

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