Tuesday, September 21, 2010

China Could Make (FAKE) Moon Landing In 2025

It has been a long time since I last put up any articles pertaining to the faking of the Moon Landings by the United States under their "Project Apollo" program.   For new readers to this blog, here it is in a nutshell:  The United States of America knew that it could not possibly put a man on the moon with the technology available to them during the 1960's to 1970's, and return them alive back to Earth.  The primary reason is space RADIATION that is absolutely lethal to humans.   There was absolutely no way to protect astronauts from the dangers of radiation from the Earth's own Van Allen Radiation belts, the radiation in interstellar space once beyond the belts, or the radiation on the lunar surface itself.  Therefore it was decided early on to FAKE the entire project early on and to sell it to the American public, and the entire world as the real thing!   The entire Apollo program cost somewhere in the neighbourhood of 40 BILLION dollars (in 1960's funds), and the result was a propaganda ploy and exercise.  To top it all off, corporations such as Boeing and Grumman built shoddy contraptions that they passed off as "space vehicles" while getting filthy rich in the process!    Again, this is the truth, readers, and I am sorry for "bursting your bubble"!

Well, since the 1970's, we have not been "back to the moon", and the fact is that they did not go there in the first place.    However, it appears that the Chinese may be shortly faking their own "manned lunar missions" in 2025!  I want to present the following article from the Guardian out of the UK at www.guardian.co.uk for my own readers to view as proof:


China could make moon landing in 2025




Country also plans space station within a decade and Mars and Venus probes to be launched in next five years


Tania Branigan in Beijing
guardian.co.uk,


Yang Liwei, China's first astronaut, on his return to Earth
Yang Liwei, China's first astronaut, steps out of the re-entry capsule of Shenzhou-5, China's first manned spacecraft, in 2003. Photograph: Wang Jianmin/Corbis

China could put an astronaut on the moon in 2025 and launch probes to explore Mars and Venus within five years, according to the boss of a Chinese space programme.
Ye Peijian said China could make its first manned moon landing in 15 years, send a probe to Mars by 2013 and to Venus by 2015.
"China has the full capacity to accomplish Mars exploration by 2013," he added.
The remarks, by the commander in chief of the country's Chang'e lunar exploration project, were reported by the English language Global Times today and underscore the ambition of China's plans.
It was understood that Ye was speaking in his capacity as an academic at an aerospace engineering forum at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, rather than unveiling official policy.
It is seven years since China became only the third country to put one of its citizens in space. Another astronaut, Zhai Zhigang, conducted its first spacewalk in 2008.
Yang Liwei, China's first spaceman, confirmed this weekend that the country planned to set up its first orbital space station by around 2020, according to the People's Daily website.
Visiting the space centre in Xi'an, Yang said China would launch its first unmanned space laboratory, Tiangong-1, next year. It is expected to dock with the Shenzhou-8 craft in a first step towards building a space station.
"[The space programme] has been developing very quickly, but of course still lags far behind when compared with the US and Russia because they have the most advanced technology," Professor Fu Song, vice-dean of Tsinghua University's School of Aerospace in Beijing, told the Guardian.
He said of the proposed moon landing: "It is obviously a very difficult task, but I think in terms of technology, China can do it – the US was technically able to do that almost half a century ago. So for China now it is more about whether the government will make the decision to do it, or whether it is really necessary for the country."
He added: "The national pride part [of the programme] has always been one important reason, but it is more than that as well. The scientific value of space exploration is [im]measurable … The moon is an unknown world to us and there are a lot of things waiting to be explored."
He said there could be energy resources still awaiting discovery, and that the moon could help in the study of the state of the Earth and universe before the dawn of humanity.
Barack Obama has been criticised for dropping a plan to return Americans to the moon by 2020. Instead, the US president hasannounced an initiative aiming to see crewed missions beyond the moon by 2025.
Although China and the US remain suspicious of each other's space plans, particularly since much of the technology could have military applications, they agreed last year to open a dialogue on space exploration.
But China is also looking elsewhere for support. In late 2008, the Asia-Pacific Space Co-operation Organisation launched in Beijing.
Additional research by Lin Yi



NTS Notes:  The Chinese have already been caught "red handed" with their faked space walk in 2008.   Here is a great video that exposes the LIE of the Chinese 2008 "space walks": (in two parts)

Part I:



Part II:



 Now it appears that further faking and its massive propaganda value will take place with the Chinese faking a man on the moon in 2025.   The Chinese have learned well from the Americans indeed!

It appears readers, that the art of fakery is not solely owned by the criminals at NASA who faked the Apollo Missions.   People also must realize that the US itself will not blow the whistle on this newest piece of pure fantasy, or else people in America may suddenly discover that the entire Apollo program was a sham.  Therefore the American government will give the Chinese their full support for this pure piece of propaganda.

More to come

NTS

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