Look Ma, No Stars!
Another Look at the Man on the Moon Malarky
Article by Stratophericus
There are people who actually go quite ballistic if you suggest to them that no human beings wearing space suits landed on the moon. The moon landings are wonderful science fiction stories fabricated by NASA, (Never A Straight Answer) and expertly photographed in a studio by Stanley Kubrick. It was all such marvellous malarky, wasn’t it?
Take a look at the space ship which went to the moon. Let us examine the thing in detail and you will scratch your head and wonder, I should have given that a shake a while ago, if you had not done that yet.
The mighty Saturn rocket taking off from Cape Canaveral.
The object they were aiming at but never got to with their Apollo craftiness.
First of all, if human beings and sensitive electronic equipment are to go into Outer Space past the Van Allen Belts they and their stuff would end up in a toxic soup of X-rays, Cosmic Rays, and very high temperatures, apparently; according to recent information that has come my way.
Indeed, the X-ray intensity is high enough out there to warrant at least 6 feet of lead shielding to protect the astro nuts and their sensitive electronic equipment; which back then was the equivalent of a few smart phones.
Anyway, to continue. According to the report I read recently temperatures out there are high enough to melt most of the components of a human NASA or other human made space craft which leads me to wonder how it is possible that any of our satellites get to the places they supposedly get to. So, is the entire story bunk I wonder??? Are there actually satellites way out there past the sun and beyond or is it all some Hollywood fantasy cooked up in Texas?
Certainly we have communication satellites floating about but they are still within Earth’s atmosphere; high up, but on this side of those famous belts.
Now let’s examine the space craft which took three astro nuts and all of that equipment into space. You are supposed to believe that a landing craft, a wheeled car and three men in suits which wouldn’t stand a chance against the radiation and extreme temperatures were shot to the moon in a capsule on top of a mighty rocket.
They also took golf clubs.
Note the size of the landing craft. Also note the size of the moon car. And, do not forget to take note of the bulkiness of the space suits and the back pack. All of that supposedly was stuffed into a comparatively small container made up of some thin aeronautical aluminum and padding.
Yes, well, it’s all a nice make believe which Gene Rodenberry would have been proud of.
NASA boldly went alright.
How were those astro nuts supposed to go from the capsule they were in to get into the lander? And where in the lander was the car located? Take note, the moon car is no tiny Fiat.
A tiny Fiat in red
Earth apparently photographed from the moon by the NASA gang.
Where Are The Stars?
The moon supposedly has no atmosphere. Hence, there is no weather on the moon. Winds do not blast their way across the craters or lick at the sands of time. Did you take note of the photo in which there is a flag on a pole supposedly on the moon? In case you missed it, here is another one.
What we so proudly hail by the light’s early gleaming.
Also remember that the astro nuts had to have food and water along and there has to be a consideration for the sewage issue. After all, even though those men are NASA guys, they still have to pee and poop. Human scatology is generally glossed over in most stories; just as belly buttons were left off Sears models in the catalogues back in the day.
Hasselblad 500 Camera. This camera type might have been used to photograph Sears models. It was also apparently used on the moon.
A Hasselblad camera exactly like the one shown was painted white and the viewfinder removed. This device was strapped to the front of an astro nut’s suit and with it, whoever shot the photos, the NASA chaps might have taken turns, made perfect photos each time. This is without a viewfinder and the controls not workable because the huge pressurized gloves would make turning dials on the lens, or making adjustments on the housing or turning the film impossible. You do see that, don’t you? And, speaking of film; there is no film on Earth which can withstand the extreme temperature differentials on the moon from shade to intense sunlight. The temperature range is well over 200 degrees and the fact there is no atmosphere, the amount of X-rays bombarding the moon’s surface would have fogged every film placed in that white painted camera with no six feet of lead shielding.
You can do this experiment for yourself with a pair of heavy leather work gloves and an E 500 Hasselblad or any film camera for that matter. Try it with your communication wafer camera.
Perfect photos each time. Who took the one of Neil Armstrong stepping onto the moon?
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