Monday, June 14, 2010

Lying NASA Ends Plans Of "Putting Men Back On The Moon"

Many new readers to my blog are not aware that I have been after NASA for over 30 years now for their massive lie and fraud of putting men on the moon in 1969. I have researched all of the material, all of the videos, audios, photos, etc from Project Apollo, and I can say without a doubt that we never put men on the moon, and that NASA has been deceiving the world for over 40 years now.

It does not take a rocket scientist to see that with today's technology which is supposedly superior to what they had in the 1960's that it is impossible even today to put a man on the moon and return him safely to Earth. Considering how antiquated and shoddy the Apollo craft were back in the 1960's, in comparison to what they have today, the whole project looks more and more like a huge joke. The fact is that an entire nation was fooled by the hoax, and the lie is kept alive and perpetuated even to this day. NASA has been banking on the pride and the glory that putting men on the moon would have on the entire nation as a shield to prevent people from seeing the lie for what it truly is.

Now it seems that the push to "return" men to the moon by NASA is officially dead. According to this article from www.timesonline.co.uk, it appears that NASA is busy winding down the whole scheme of trying to send men "back" to the moon. Here is that article:



From
June 14, 2010

Boldly going nowhere: Nasa ends plan to put man back on Moon


Jacqui Goddard, Miami

Read why Obama must swallow national pride at The Times's new website

Nasa has begun to wind down construction of the rockets and spacecraft that were to have taken astronauts back to the Moon — effectively dismantling the US human spaceflight programme despite a congressional ban on its doing so.

Legislators have accused President Obama’s Administration of contriving to slip the termination of the Constellation programme through the back door to avoid a battle on Capitol Hill.

Constellation aimed to build upon what was arguably America’s greatest technological achievement, the first lunar landing of 1969, by launching new expeditions to the Moon and to Mars and worlds beyond. Mr Obama proposed in February that it should be scrapped because it was “over budget, behind schedule and lacking in innovation”, but he has met opposition in Congress, which has yet to approve his plan.The head of Nasa, Major-General Charlie Bolden — an Obama appointee — has now written to aerospace contractors telling them to cut back immediately on Constellation-related projects costing almost $1 billion (£690 million), to comply with regulations requiring them to budget for possible contract termination costs.

The move has been branded a “disingenuous legal manoeuvre” and referred to Nasa’s inspector-general for investigation. “It’s bordering on arrogance by the Administration to boldly and brazenly go forward with this approach. It shows a blatant disregard for Congress,” said the Republican Congressman Rob Bishop, of Utah, whose constituency stands to lose thousands of jobs. Two weeks ago the Senate passed legislation that compels Nasa to continue work on Constellation unless Congress directs otherwise. That legislation is due to be signed into law by Mr Obama this month while Congress continues its deliberations over his proposal to cancel the current space space progamme.

Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, a Texas Republican and member of the Senate’s Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, said: “The timing of Nasa’s decision to push forward with these actions now, before this becomes law, is highly questionable.” Nasa is “willfully subverting the repeatedly expressed will of Congress”, she added.

Scott Pace, a former Nasa executive and now the Director of the Space Policy Institute at George Washington University, said: “The effect will be to stop work on Constellation and lay off or transfer people to other jobs. If Congress then says it wants to continue going ahead with Constellation, those people will be difficult to re-hire. It’s already a difficult situation, but this will introduce more instability.”

Constellation was born in 2004 from President George W. Bush’s vision for returning Americans to the Moon by 2020 and using it as a base to build the knowledge and technologies for a manned mission to Mars by 2030. Since then, more than $9 billion has been spent on designing and building the necessary space vehicles.

An independent review panel appointed by Mr Obama last year concluded, however, that without an extra $3 billion a year Constellation was on an “unsustainable trajectory”. In his proposed budget for the 2011 fiscal year, unveiled in February, Mr Obama made it clear that there would be no extra money for its continuation. The proposal has yet to clear Congress.

Distinguished space veterans, including the first and last men to walk on the Moon, Neil Armstrong and Gene Cernan, have complained that the abandonment of Constellation will set America’s space capabilities on a “downhill slide to mediocrity”. They say that, while Mr Obama has outlined a vision for Nasa that includes sending people to Mars at some point, it lacks a concise plan for developing the rockets and spacecraft to get them there.

“The Administration has no planning, no programme and no idea — they’d just have these things happen mysteriously,” Mr Bishop said. “Rockets aren’t something that Wal-Mart puts on its shelves. You have to have a plan for how you get from A to B, and Obama has just said we’ll work it as we go along and maybe some day we’ll end up on an asteroid or the Moon or somewhere. The bottom line is, those ‘maybes’ will never happen.”

Private rocket developers, to whom Mr Obama proposes outsourcing the task of carrying crews and cargo to the International Space Station after the shuttle fleet retires, are making advances. Ten days ago Elon Musk, a spaceflight entrepreneur — and founder of the online payment system PayPal — launched a near-flawless test flight of his Falcon 9 rocket, which is designed to take payloads and ultimately human beings into space.


Triumphs and tragedies

Oct 4, 1958 A year after the Soviet Union launches Sputnik, the US Congress passes “an Act to provide for research into the problems of flight within and outside the Earth’s atmosphere, and for other purposes”. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) is born

Feb 20, 1962 John Glenn becomes the first American to orbit Earth. The Russian Yuri Gagarin had made the first space flight a year earlier. Glenn returns to public adulation and later becomes a US senator

May 25, 1961 President Kennedy announces that he is setting the United States the goal of reaching the Moon by the end of the decade

January 27, 1967 Three US astronauts die in a fire during a simulated take-off, the first to die in the space programme

July 20, 1969 Neil Armstrong takes man’s first step on the Moon and plants an American flag, a significant propaganda coup. The US is still the only nation to have put a man on the Moon

April 13, 1970 An oxygen tank explodes aboard Apollo 13. It becomes clear that there is not enough air in the capsule to keep the three astronauts alive. They manage to board the self-contained Lunar Module and land safely in the Pacific

April 12, 1981 The US launches Columbia, its first space shuttle and the first spacecraft to land on a runway instead of in the sea

Jan 28, 1986 The Challenger space shuttle explodes 73 seconds after take-off, killing its crew

April 24, 1990 The Hubble Space Telescope comes online after being carried into space by a US shuttle

Feb 1, 2003 Columbia breaks up over Texas returning from its 28th mission, killing the crew

Feb 1, 2010 President Obama announces plans to cancel additional funding of the programme to return US astronauts to the Moon by 2020


NTS Notes: Again and again, NASA has pushed back the timetable of the "return" a man to the moon program. But the truth is that they never went to the moon in the first place, so it seems this entire exercise was nothing more than another waste of taxpayer's money.

People need to look at the truth closely, and some of the real facts. The major problem to getting men to the moon safely has always been the high radiation levels of the space between the Earth and the Moon itself. Starting from the radiation of the Van Allen Radiation belts, all the way to the radiation levels on the moon itself, no man can survive this expanse without proper radiation shielding, which Apollo absolutely, and unfortunately did NOT have back in 1969-1972.

It is a fact that other than Apollo, all manned space missions have been BELOW the beginning of the Van Allen Belts. For example; The International Space Station (ISS) stays well below the beginning of the Van Allen Belts, and only experiences higher radiation for a short period of time when it flies through a region over the South Atlantic where the lower Van Allen belt dips down lower towards the Earth's atmosphere, called the "South Atlantic Anomaly" (SAA). Luckily the ISS only goes through the SAA once every 8-9 orbits, and therefore limits the time of exposure of radiation to its crew members.

The bottom line is this: NO man has flown through the VA Belts to the moon due to the need for proper radiation shielding, which Apollo absolutely did NOT have. The Saturn 5 rockets used on Apollo did not have the lift capability of the added weight of such shielding required to transverse the belts safely to keep the Astronauts alive. NASA knew that, and therefore it was decided early that they would fake the entire project and sell the lie to the public.

I have done many articles on the falsehood called Apollo, and all I can say to readers is to look at the research by myself, and others, with open minds, and not be blinded by pride. One major series of videos that exposes the lies of Apollo is available over Youtube. It is called: "Moonfaker" and is produced by Jarrah White out of Australia. I highly recommend that you start your own research by watching this video series closely.

It takes courage to realize that we have all been had and played as suckers by NASA for 40 years now. NASA needs to be exposed for this fraud, and the truth must be told.

More to come

NTS

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not just a Moon hoax. If one analyzes NASA planetary photos by extensive extraction and magnification, fraud is apparent, too. The details that can be seen in no way represent the actual photo. Such as the picture of what looks like an African chieftain in the ice crystals covering a rock on the planet Mars. Or rows of tubular objects composing another photo. I believe a virtual computer graphics artist with a news site used to work for NASA. I wonder why.

Anonymous said...

You should watch the movie "moon rising". I believe it more, than this, that there were never humans on the moon.

NASA still lies (in my opinion).