a reply to: Greathouse
I was at Wikipedia reading the Van Allen Belt theory. The proof the astronauts survived was because some developed Cataracts. That seemed strange and
by that logic my mother / my father in law and my sister could all say theyl been to the moon as they all developed cataracts at a young age.
So I started viewing the history and here it is.
How the Moon Landing Van Allen Belts Shill Story Progressed
The Conspiracy Argument
The radiation from passing through the van Allen radiation belt is fatal.
Initially we had sophisticated Space suits. This is the official statement originally provided by NASA to Russia when they asked.
By December 2002 the astronauts were protected by the metal hull of the space ship and the moon is a long way from the radiation belts.
In December 2003 We relised they actually had to fly through the belts so they decided the time to get through the belts was only 30 minutes
In December 2004 everyone had overstated the radiation affects.
By December 2005 We lost the sophisticated space suit theory. Maybe someone tested them. So they decided the radiation levels only equaled a chest
xray and some astronauts had developed cataracts proving they had been to the moon.
Now in 2006 They were navigating the ship on a safe course around the belts going through the thinnest parts but we still don't know how they
measured that path yet. The radiation levels are now equivalent to living at Sea level ?? for 3 years.
December 2007 not much happend to improve the theory we were better at navigating and still had sophisticated space suits.
In December 2008 An amazing thing happened The Hulls are now made of Aluminum so they were lite weight and radiation proof and the now once again
deadly radiation is now shielded by thin aluminum.
December 2009 some smart person did the math it wasn't 30 minutes but 4 hours to pass through the belts. Not sure if this one way or 2 hours there
and 2 hours back. Now armed with the new Aluminum hulls they traversed the radiation was kept at bay via the special secret low radiation path in 4
Hours (I guess NASA new that it was not 30 minutes all along since they created the special secret path through). We were no longer getting a chest
XRAY or living at Sea level we were now working in a nuclear energy industry for a year (not sure where perhaps inside a fusion reactor )
December 2010 to Today Apart from minor tweaks they are proud of their aluminum shielding idea, losing the space suits and taking 4 hours navigating
around the safest path to only get the exposure of working in a nuclear power plant for a year with side affects of cataracts.
So, the arguments have been altered. Shouldn't this have all been settled in 1969? Why has the argument changed so much? And, combine with this
that nobody since has officially recorded travel into the belts (outside of the SAA occassionally) and it gets fishy. Oh, then combine it with the
present challenges and the ignoring of what we did with a thin aluminum hull supposedly and it gets super ridiculous. Almost like damage control has