I wonder how much the above glossy NASA poster of fake people looking at a fake extra-terrestrial horizon cost to produce. A kazillion dollar$? The universe is the limit with the preposterous NASA fakery that these covert NASA fraudsters are producing and passing off as "science" to the public, all with taxpayer dollars.
Ever since I started this blog I've been telling folks my opinion of "Never A Straight Answer" NASA. It is possibly the biggest fraud ever perpetrated on humanity....all at taxpayer expense. From their Apollo Program fake trips to the moon in the 60's and 70's to all their talk about discoveries via a "land rover" on Mars to their revelations of "earth like" planets 39 light years away in outer space. None of it is credible. Why? Because one lie (i.e., the Massive Lunar Hoax) makes them out as liars and casts doubt on every announcement or "discovery". Why, in a court of law, does a witness lose all credibility if caught in one lie...but a government agency can carry on and on? IMO, this is exactly what's wrong with our society. It is based on "fake history" lies. Trump said as much yesterday in his CPAC speech when he decried the media's reliance on "fake news". The trouble is when an entire nation is predicated on lies...any effort to disclose the truth could bring down the entire "house of cards". That's the fear/threat and that's why the lies persist. But, believe me, if I ever hear Trump saying anything about "We're such a great nation because we went to the Mooooooooooon." I'm gonna gag.
One of the main pieces of evidence against the Apollo missions is the amount of radiation that is in the outer atmosphere. This is known as the Van Allen Radiation Belts. But you won't ever hear the topic discussed by NASA. But, wait! NASA is belatedly, worried about "radiation" in Space...DUH!
Fly the irradiated skies: Radiation hits air travelers harder than previously known, NASA finds
NASA scientists found a steady increase in radiation the higher their balloons climbed into the atmosphere, with more harmful particles at higher altitudes. This means that pilots and crew who work in the aviation industry, and spend long periods of time in the skies, will be exposed to nearly double the radiation than their peers who stay on the ground.
NASA researchers are also learning how to protect humans from radiation exposure in space for astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS), and those planning to travel to Mars, which has a similar radiation environment to Earth's upper atmosphere.
This is the part I hate the most...how NASA can separate one "discovery" from another. Prior to their lunar hoax era...science was always building one discovery on another "the scientific method". But NASA changed all that. Apparently, it solved the Van Allen Radiation belts in 1969...but then "forgot" how to traverse them safely...and is now having to learn it all over again. Hmmmmmm...but the sheeple lap it all up like warm milk...glossy graphics and all.
Something about the Van Allen radiation belts occurred to me the other day. Maybe they didn't exist back in 1969. Maybe they formed as a result of all the above-ground nuclear testing that went on in the 50's and 60's. Now wouldn't that be something...man is trapped on earth due to his own stupidity in testing nuclear bombs...wouldn't surprise me in the slightest. And that could be the reason they don't talk about the Van Allen belts...they don't want to negatively implicate their wonderful nuclear power.
Another anomaly that is never mentioned by NASA is how they went to the moooooooooon in 1969 but now they can't even re-stock the International Space Station. Here is a report from today's news about Russia having to re-stock the ISS:
International Space Station update from PressTV
A Russian cargo ship has docked at the International Space Station (ISS), delivering supplies at the station.
Russia’s space agency, Roscosmos, said the unmanned Progress freighter, carrying 2.5 tons of supplies, including air, food and fuel “successfully docked” at the orbiting station at 0830 GMT on Friday.The ship had blasted off from Russia’s Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan aboard a Soyuz rocket on Wednesday.It was the first mission from Roscomos to the ISS since the Progress 65 cargo ship was lost in a failed launch attempt on December 1, 2016.
On Thursday, a SpaceX Dragon capsule launched from US Cape Canaveral in Florida had arrived at the ISS.The unmanned vessel also carried food for astronauts as well as space station repair gear and scientific equipment designed to monitor the Earth’s ozone layer, study lightning, and test out new automated navigation tools for a future satellite servicing mission.There are three Russian, one French, and two American astronauts at the station.
The next manned launch to the ISS is scheduled for April 20.
Russia is currently the only country sending manned space flights to the ISS.The US stopped its manned space flights in 2011 after NASA’s Space Shuttle was retired after 30 years in service and Washington failed to fill in its place. Russia’s manned space flights are carried out using Soyuz rockets.
No. NASA doesn't have the capability of reaching the Space Station...but they're light years ahead in the "glossy poster" race, lol. Here's another country that is outstripping the US in rocketry. Iran. Hmmmmmm...makes me wonder: