Questions to ask yourself before defending Nasa:
1. Why has the US government been testing rockets to make it to the moon for the past 15 years, if we had flawless rockets in 1969?http://www.space.com/missionlaunches/091029-ares-1x-big-dent.html
We are testing failed moon rockets in the year 2010. How is this possible if we had perfect rockets in the 60′s?
2. Why has the US government been designing new space suits with nanotubing to block out radiation?
“Next Generation of NASA SpacesuitsNASA has just awarded its contract for future spacesuits to Oceaneering International, a company that now has the task of designing and manufacturing the new suits to be worn by our future astronauts as they explore the moon, Mars, and beyond. The suits are going to be ready for the first launch of the Orion Space Capsule in 2015, and it’s going to set back the government a whopping $745 million.”
“As of 2007, NASA has been working on developing materials for use in making spacecrafts and spacesuits. Carbon nanotubes and boron nanotubes are two new molecular materials being developed”http://www.ehow.com/how-does_4588347_how-nanotechnology-used-space.htmlLOGICALLY, The astronauts that landed on the moon in 1969-1974, should be dead already from radiation poisoning (and should have never made it back to Earth). This technology didn’t exist and the Russians knew it, when they tested their rocket into the moon in the early 60′s. These nanotubing suits were only used in Star Trek back in 1969.
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Cut out scene from the bialien novel page 108 (chapter 3). Year is 1996.
Peters and Major Robinson (part of the UFO police division) are on their way to the military airport after losing track of the UFO Jaden Marino was controlling by pure thought. They have a conversation on conspiracies and begin talking about if we landed on the moon after Peters noticed a few things when he was at Area 51.
Peters turns off the television as they reach a checkpoint to get into the military airport.
“That was crazy,” he says.
“That Michael Morris has always been a troublemaker. He put together this cover-up very fast. I’m sure him and his photos won’t be making it out of the White House tonight,” Major Robinson says.
“Sir, I’ve been to Area 51 recently in Nevada and went into some restricted areas over the years. I saw some things that were very puzzling. Did we actually land on the moon in 1969?” Peters asks.
Robinson looks up at the driver, suddenly looking up in his rearview mirror at him.
“Sergeant Peters, certain questions should never be bought up. If you see something puzzling it is good to keep it to yourself and use your imagination.”
The SUV stops 100 feet away from a military helicopter sitting by itself. The driver runs and opens the door for the Major. They get out of the vehicle and begin walking towards the helicopter. The driver walks in front of them.
“We don’t need an escort soldier,” Robinson says.
The driver walks back towards the SUV. Robinson and Peters walks together.
“I can tell you my logical opinion on the moon landing. The Russians were ahead of us in the late 1950’s in all aspects of space and rockets. We were trying to play catch up during the entire sixties. Here is a simple concept, if the Russians didn’t land a man on the moon or didn’t bother trying, I don’t think anyone made it to the moon,” Robinson says.
“That concept always puzzled me in the back of my mind. I didn’t want to think the possibilities were true. I remember reading the Russians never tried because they gave any human making it to the moon in the sixties, a 0.017% chance. One reason was the sun’s strong cosmic radiation was too powerful outside of Earth’s magnetosphere. Spacesuits would never be able to withstand that direct radiation on the moon. The flag waving as if there was an atmosphere present and perfect video footage behind huge spacesuits always bothered me over the years,” Peters says while they walk up to the helicopter and open the door.
They climb inside and sit down.
“You are a smart man, Peters,” he says with a smile on his face.
There is silence as the pilot walks towards the helicopter from a distance.
“My theory, Peters is, if you can’t beat them, make up something to prove that you did beat them. It’s all about having a strong hold on space and image is everything. America needed a confidence boost, since we failed to put the first man and first woman into space. We only launched two monkeys in 1959 and I’m sure the U.S. government wasn’t going to just have that on record. The Russians were the first to launch a rocket into the moon in 1959. Radio telescopes from several countries backed and verified the impact on the moon. What other country verified the United States landing on the moon in 1969?” Robinson asks.
“None. That was where I read about the 0.017%. The instruments on that rocket to the moon in 1959 helped the Russian scientists determine it wasn’t possible for them or anyone to land on the moon during that time. If it was possible, they would have done it already and I’m sure it would have been done in the early 60’s,” Peters responds excitedly.
“Exactly! Logically, if we landed on the moon in 1969, we would have landed on Mars in the 80’s and today we would be landing somewhere around Jupiter’s moons. The U.S. can barely go into space now without a disaster. I heard from a strong source, our next attempt to land on the moon would be around 2025. We are still developing powerful enough rockets to make it there and back safely and we are in 1996. We are developing nano-fiber materials with the Russians that can keep harmful cosmic radiation from penetrating spacesuits. Five hundred years from now humans are going to look back at the 1969 moon landing and ask how technology for the United States got worse. They had six flawless trips to the moon with primitive technology without anything going wrong. Then the next few decades, dozens of accidents and disasters just going into orbit….” Robinson stops himself to chuckle. The chuckle turns into a laugh as Peters joins in.
He coughs and clears his throat and continues with a smile, “That’s like scoring A’s on six advanced calculus tests then getting F’s on algebra and B’s in basic math. Then it takes you another fifty-six years to restudy and to attempt to get another A in advanced calculus.”
“Wow. That is an amazing metaphor and concept, sir. If this were high school, any logical teacher or principal would have thought the student cheated. It boggles the mind how gullible Americans can still be twenty-seven years later. I was well convinced though for years. I do agree with you that humans in the future would look back and eventually figure it out. It is mind boggling that eighty-nine percent of Americans believe we landed on the moon while over seventy percent of people in the U.K. and Asia think the opposite.”
“You gotta love the American government, with its secrets and techniques for covering up things and wanting to stay a super power in the world,” Robinson says.
“You know something Major, the Russians were so smart, they knew it wasn’t realistic putting a man on the moon so they put their energy into beating us again by putting the first space station into space in 1971.”
“My father was heavily into the space race in the sixties. He couldn’t figure out how MASA had a big fiery accident with the space program in 1968, and then the next year they had a flawless landing on the moon. He also used to talk about MASA scientists going to Antarctica to find meteors that landed from space in 1967. I miss my dad with his theories…. My dad used to say instead of two sides competing against each other, working together will take you twice as far,” Robinson says.
“The Cold War was not about working together. It’s interesting how the United States only landed on the moon when President Nixon was in office…..”
The pilot opens the door.
“Hello sirs!” He yells while saluting. Robinson and Peters salute back.
There is silence as the pilot puts on his headphones with a microphone.
There is silence until the pilot starts to talk into the radio for clearance to take off. Peters whispers to Robinson, “I think the moon landing video should have been impeached along with Nixon.”
They burst out laughing and Robinson’s face turns red as he coughs very loudly.
A minute passes by and they fasten their seat belts. The helicopter blades begin to slowly rotate.
Robinson and Peters put thick headphones over their ears.
“Just keep cool and tell the truth as to what happened when in Washington!” Robinson yells over the helicopter’s engine.
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