“It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.” – Mark Twain
Anyone who takes an hour or two to study these NASA Official Image pictures (there are over 5,000 of Apollo Moon shots alone) will quickly discover what a great hoax the Moon shots were. Most pictures were not released until after 1991 and the video footage of Apollo 11 in the archives have been conveniently “lost” as well.
Werhner Von Braun ran NASA’s Saturn rocket program since inception in 1958. Previously he was head of the NAZI SS German V1 and V2 program during WWII which killed tens of thousands of allies before he was brought, with 3,000 other NAZI scientists, into the U.S. during Operation Paperclip.
The head of Apollo space program was Fred Kliendecht, who after Apollo, became Master Head of 33 degree Scottish-rite Freemason in Washington D.C.
“ONE MALL STEP FOR MAN; ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND”
Said to be the first footprint on the Moon by Neil Armstrong.
Note the lack of impression, or depression. The heel and outside shadows prove the boot print is higher than the surface. The Moon’s surface has little atmosphere with no water so how does the shape even occur? ( Think of being on a beach, with water one gets a footprint but absent of water, just a rough outline.)
Remember, every single one of these pictures come directly from NASA Image
Did they use midgets on this moon walk in this pick or Giants in pic below? (remember, every single of these photos is provided from NASA Image)
“Houston, it’s been a real change for us. Now we are able to see the stars again and recognize constellations for the first time on the trip. The sky is filled with stars, just like the nights out in Earth” 1st Man on the Moon ~ Neil Armstrong (Rene, R. NASA Mooned America!, 1994)
The Moon is 1/4 the size of the Earth and 238,000 miles away. Shouldn’t the Earth fill up the screenshot if its 4X larger than the Moon? Just wandering…
oh wait, here we are
Where are the stars Neil????
Look how happy these guys just returning from space are?
remember, all Official NASA IMAGES! Stars Galore on ISS space station photo.
Arthur C. Clarke referred to Apollo 11 as a “Hole in History”.
Here is a study by analyst Jack White. He has studied this moon landing hoax more than anyone. Here, he puts it to the math test to show the impossibility of what NASA is asking us to believe. I visited several official NASA websites to find HOW MANY PHOTOS WERE TAKEN on the surface of the Moon. Amazingly, NASA AVOIDS THIS SUBJECT almost entirely. Two days of searching documents and text were fruitless. But Lunar Surface Journal, one of the sites, lists every photo with its file number. So I undertook to make an actual count of every photo taken by astronauts DURING EXTRA-VEHICULAR ACTIVITY (EVA), the time spent on the surface out of the LEM.
Here is my actual count of EVA photos of the six missions:
Apollo 11……….. 121 Apollo 12……….. 504 Apollo 14……….. 374 Apollo 15……….1021 Apollo 16……….1765 Apollo 17……….1986
So 12 astronauts while on the Moon’s surface took a TOTAL of 5771 exposures.
That seemed excessively large to me, considering that their TIME on the lunar surface was limited, and the astronauts had MANY OTHER TASKS OTHER THAN PHOTOGRAPHY. So I returned to the Lunar Surface Journal to find how much TIME was available to do all the scientific tasks AS WELL AS PHOTOGRAPHY. Unlike the number of photos, this information is readily available:
Apollo 11……..1 EVA …..2 hours, 31 minutes……(151 minutes) Apollo 12……..2 EVAs…..7 hours, 50 minutes……(470 minutes) Apollo 14……..2 EVAs…..9 hours, 25 minutes……(565 minutes) Apollo 15……..3 EVAs…18 hours, 30 minutes….(1110 minutes) Apollo 16……..3 EVAs…20 hours, 14 minutes….(1214 minutes) Apollo 17……..3 EVAs…22 hours, 04 minutes….(1324 minutes)
Total minutes on the Moon amounted to 4834 minutes. Total number of photographs taken was 5771 photos.
Hmmmmm. That amounts to 1.19 photos taken EVERY MINUTE of time on the Moon, REGARDLESS OF OTHER ACTIVITIES. (That requires the taking of ONE PHOTO EVERY 50 SECONDS!) Let’s look at those other activities to see how much time should be deducted from available photo time:
Apollo 11….Inspect LEM for damage, deploy flag, unpack and deploy radio and television equipment, operate the TV camera (360 degree pan), establish contact with Earth (including ceremonial talk with President Nixon), unpack and deploy numerous experiment packages, find/document/collect 47.7 pounds of lunar rock samples, walk to various locations, conclude experiments, return to LEM.
Apollo 12….Inspect LEM for damage, deploy flag, unpack and deploy radio and television equipment (spend time trying to fix faulty TV camera), establish contact with Earth, unpack and deploy numerous experiment packages, walk to various locations, inspect the unmanned Surveyor 3 which had landed on the Moon in April 1967 and retrieve Surveyor parts. Deploy ALSEP package. Find/document/collect 75.7 pounds of rocks, conclude experiments, return to LEM.
Apollo 14….Inspect LEM for damage, deploy flag, unpack and deploy radio and television equipment and establish contact with Earth, unpack and assemble hand cart to transport rocks, unpack and deploy numerous experiment packages, walk to various locations. Find/document/collect 94.4 pounds of rocks, conclude experiments, return to LEM.
Apollo 15….Inspect LEM for damage, deploy flag, unpack and deploy radio and television equipment and establish contact with Earth, unpack/assemble/equip and test the LRV electric-powered 4-wheel drive car and drive it 17 miles, unpack and deploy numerous experiment packages (double the scientific payload of first three missions). Find/document/collect 169 pounds of rocks, conclude experiments, return to LEM. (The LRV travels only 8 mph.)
Apollo 16….Inspect LEM for damage, deploy flag, unpack and deploy radio and television equipment and establish contact with Earth, unpack/assemble/equip and test the LRV electric-powered 4-wheel drive car and drive it 16 miles, unpack and deploy numerous experiment packages (double the scientific payload of first three missions, including new ultraviolet camera, operate the UV camera). Find/document/collect 208.3 pounds of rocks, conclude experiments, return to LEM. (The LRV travels only 8 mph.)
Apollo 17….Inspect LEM for damage, deploy flag, unpack and deploy radio and television equipment and establish contact with Earth, unpack/assemble/equip and test the LRV electric-powered 4-wheel drive car and drive it 30.5 miles, unpack and deploy numerous experiment packages. Find/document/collect 243.1 pounds of rocks, conclude experiments, return to LEM. (The LRV travels only 8 mph.)
Let’s arbitrarily calculate a MINIMUM time for these tasks and subtract from available photo time:
Apollo 11…subtract 2 hours (120 mins), leaving 031 mins for taking photos Apollo 12…subtract 4 hours (240 mins), leaving 230 mins for taking photos Apollo 14…subtract 3 hours (180 mins), leaving 385 mins for taking photos Apollo 15…subtract 6 hours (360 mins), leaving 750 mins for taking photos Apollo 16…subtract 6 hours (360 mins), leaving 854 mins for taking photos Apollo 17…subtract 8 hours (480 mins), leaving 844 mins for taking photos
So do the math:
Apollo 11…..121 photos in 031 minutes……..3.90 photos per minute Apollo 12…..504 photos in 230 minutes……..2.19 photos per minute Apollo 14…..374 photos in 385 minutes……..0.97 photos per minute Apollo 15…1021 photos in 750 minutes……..1.36 photos per minute Apollo 16…1765 photos in 854 minutes …….2.06 photos per minute Apollo 17…1986 photos in 844 minutes …….2.35 photos per minute
Or, to put it more simply:
Apollo 11……..one photo every 15 seconds Apollo 12……..one photo every 27 seconds Apollo 14……..one photo every 62 seconds Apollo 15……..one photo every 44 seconds Apollo 16……..one photo every 29 seconds Apollo 17……..one photo every 26 seconds
So you decide. Given all the facts, was it possible to take that many photos in so short a time?
Any professional photographer will tell you it cannot be done. Virtually every photo was a different scene or in a different place, requiring travel. As much as 30 miles travel was required to reach some of the photo sites. Extra care had to be taken shooting some stereo pairs and panoramas. Each picture was taken without a viewfinder, using manual camera settings, with no automatic metering, while wearing a bulky spacesuit and stiff clumsy gloves.
The agency wants the world to believe that 5771 photographs were taken in 4834 minutes!
So in the greatest crisis CA has ever faced, where for 2nd straight year Central Valley Farmers, who supply 42% of the country with food, are getting ZERO water….Counties crack down on redistributing excess food…Do you get what is happening? “Control the Food, control the people!”
The practice, employed by groups and individual volunteers at farms and orchards across Sonoma County and the wider Bay Area, is credited with getting healthy food to people who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford it.
It faces new and some say potentially insurmountable hurdles, however, in the form of regulations that gleaning groups statewide worry will be put in place under a recent state law aimed at improving food safety.
Groups fear that some of their donors — owners of gardens and orchards that aren’t set up for commercial sales and aren’t accustomed to such regulations — could be scared away by requirements that gleaners say would be onerous. The regulations are meant to improve the tracking of food to cut down on food-borne illness.
As most people in the country know by now, California is currently suffering from a severe, record-breaking drought. In fact, it’s the worst drought in 1,200 years. While Governor Jerry Brown recently issued a mandate for people to start conserving water, large corporations use up and waste vastly more water than individuals and small businesses, often in ways that are detrimental to the environment.
Let’s take a look at five of the most massive corporations in California that are the worst culprits when it comes to wasting water:
“Many of our donors are saying they don’t want to participate anymore because of all the questions,” said Dani Wilcox, gleaning coordinator for Farm to Pantry, which has donated 87 tons of produce to food banks and after-school programs in Sonoma County since it began eight years ago. “I understand that government wants to know where the food is coming from once it’s donated, but this was just supposed to be easy, and it’s become overly prohibitive.”
PayPal wants to implant passwords in your stomach and your brain “Natural body identification” could one day replace passwords and other modern methods of identification, claims PayPal developer chief
Regina Dugan, the former DARPA head that now leads advanced research for Motorola
“big science with driving application” “decades behind DARPA” Advanced Technologies Development Group”, Authentification. 39X/day . electronic wearables.”mismatch between humans and electronics” mechanical mismatch. islands of silicon structure in accordio MT10, sensors and rfid wireless.
‘far more interested in wearing an electronic tattoo to piss off their parents.” vitamin authentication “small chip inside of it with a switch…inside out potato battery, acid services the electrolite and the switch goes on and off, an 18 bit ecg like switch in your body and your body becomes and authentification token. Yes, it’s really true, so that becomes my first “super power”. my arms are like wires, my legs are like alligator clips, when i touch my computer, my phone, my door, my car, i am authenticated in,” made by a company called “proteus”. cleared by hte FDA and can take 30 a day for the rest of your life..we can just tell that you’ve taken the pill, the medical community Q: Does Google now know everything I do and everywhere I go? Regina Duncan claps loudly and laughs. “It’s early, but we are excited about where it is going”, closes head of Google Product Development.
The build out is happening v. quickly
April 23rd, 2015
As part of a pilot program with sister company SolarCity, Tesla has installed batteries at about 300 California homes equipped with solar panels. Wal-Mart Stores Inc., which has a relationship with SolarCity, has Tesla batteries installed at 11 California stores; Cargill Inc. plans a one-megawatt system for its animal-processing plant in Fresno.
April 12th, 2015
Via: Wall Street Journal: Google Inc. has joined the search for better batteries to power its expansion into consumer electronics and other hardware. In late 2012, a team led by former Apple Inc. battery expert Dr. Ramesh Bhardwaj began testing batteries developed by others for use in Google devices. About a year later, the group […]
April 9th, 2015
Via: Bloomberg: The most important piece of news on the energy front isn’t the plunge in oil prices, but the progress that is being made in battery technology. A new study in Nature Climate Change, by Bjorn Nykvist and Mans Nilsson of the Stockholm Environment Institute, shows that electric vehicle batteries have been getting cheaper […]
April 7th, 2015
Non toxic. Very safe. Does it scale? Hope so. It’s nowhere near market ready, but exciting anyway. Via: Stanford University: Stanford University scientists have invented the first high-performance aluminum battery that’s fast-charging, long-lasting and inexpensive. Researchers say the new technology offers a safe alternative to many commercial batteries in wide use today. “We have developed […]
April 6th, 2015
Via: MIT Technology Review: Electric cars may seem like a niche product that only wealthy people can afford, but a new analysis suggests that they may be close to competing with or even beating gas cars on cost. The true cost of lithium-ion batteries in electric cars is a secret closely held by manufacturers. And […]
John Taylor Gatto a retired school teacher of the year in NY, explains how the education system is used to force people to view the world in a certain way. He uses the “Fleas in a jar” experiment to explain his analogy.
In the experiment, a scientist placed a number of fleas in a glass jar. They quickly jumped out. He then put the fleas back into the jar and placed a glass lid over the top. The fleas began jumping and hitting the glass lid, falling back down into the jar. After a while, the fleas, conditioned to the presence of the glass lid, began jumping slightly below the glass lid so as not to hit it. The scientist then removed the glass lid as it was no longer needed to keep the fleas in the jar. The fleas have learned to limit themselves from jumping beyond the height of the lid even if the lid was removed as they have been conditioned to the fact that they cannot escape from the jar.
Note: Fleas are not “trained”, that’s a marketing term to “sell” the effect. After breaking the will of the fleas they are catagorized and restricted accordingly, just like in the schooling system.
Over the weekend, a reader sent us an actual homework assignment from an unspecified elementary grade (below). It’s titled “Medicine” and coerces the young mind to believe that vaccines (and prescription drugs) are the main route to overall health, if not the only route. That without them, there would be a gaping lack of health – a vaccine deficiency?
Sadly, this is not for Health Class! Like so many other assignments we’ve seen, this is for a staple class (the three Rs) but produces propaganda about an unrelated topic. We’ve seen this happen for math classes in story problems. In the upper right corner is the word “comprehension” indicating that this is from Reading class. The sheet is copyrighted 1995.
The parent, however, would have none of it. Not only did she cross out the entire assignment with a large X, epic on its own, but left a response that didn’t pull punches.
Here is the assignment and the parent’s response typed below:
The explanatory paragraph mixes the idea of vaccines as part of a healthy lifestyle, falsely claiming that by taking them, you’ll never contract measles, mumps and other illnesses. Unfortunately, it is the vaccinated that are getting hit the hardest with disease spikes like measles and whooping cough and like the fox with its tail cut off are encouraged by the media to blame others for not having their tails removed too.
Moggle: Sure am. Raring to go.
Host: Good. First question. Why do we need to vaccinate everybody?
Moggle: To protect the children.
Host: Right you are. Second question. Why are unvaccinated children dangerous little terrorists?
Moggle: Because they could infect my children with killer diseases.
Host: Correct again. Third question. Listen very closely. If your little kiddies are vaccinated and therefore protected against disease, how can unvaccinated children infect them?
Moggle: Well, because the news tells me they can.
Host: Absolutely correct. And finally, how illogical are you, Moggle?
Moggle: I think that’s a trick question, Fnerd. I have no idea how illogical I am because I don’t think. I just watch the news and hate all the parents who don’t vaccinate their kids.
Host: Brilliant. Spot on, Moggle. You win a free trip to Venus. A leaky rowboat will pick you up at Pier 39 tomorrow night at eight. Bring a change of clothes and a pair of sunglasses. And remember, folks, the doctor knows best. Ask any doctor. Tune in tomorrow night when I’ll be asking a contestant, how do you know what time it is?
A line of parents assembled at the SB277 Senate Committee Hearing in California last week running out of the courthouse, into the hall, and out into the parking lot. The group was comprised of concerned citizens who don’t want forced vaccinations for their children.
Some parents carried posters stating “One Size Does Not Fit All” in reference to forced vaccines whereupon parents would no longer have a ‘personal belief’ exemption to refuse vaccinations for their children.
Many schools, both public and private, are now demanding that parents vaccinate their children, regardless of a ‘personal belief’ clause that currently exists in vaccine legislation. Many states are also trying to pass similar legislation as SB277 in California.