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originally posted by: P3tr4Q
guys have you even had one look at the website
I have doubts that NASA can get heavy payloads into a vacuum. It appears to me, from watching Apollo rocket launches, that a rocket engine works just like a propeller on an airplane; by moving lots of air. When they get into a vacuum, they fizzle. So they might move a light payload. But no landing four ton crafts on the moon, and no rover on Mars.
originally posted by: 3danimator2014
Do you know ANYTHING about fission/fusion/isotopes/nuclear power/atoms/the strong and weak forces/radioactivity/neutrons etc...?
If your answer is no, then you have not done ANY "research"
This was posted 26-8-2015, but the reply seems disabled; so I've reposted it here. ******* is too stupid to understand he (she, it, whatever) has been lied to, and too lazy to check. I have to wonder if this is a genetic weakness in average whites, which makes them such easy prey to Jews.
www.big-lies.org/NUKE-LIES/www.nukelies.com/forum/5-Hiroshima-Nagasaki-myth-in-fact-not-nuked.html specifically is to do with Hiroshima and Nagasaki, though there are some long words. The cancer argument is nonsense: there are no genetic problems in Hiroshima.
Published on Jun 27, 2012
Galen Winsor is a nuclear physicist of renown who worked at, and helped design, nuclear power plants in Hanford, WA; Oak Ridge, TN; Morris, IL, San Jose, CA; Wimington, NJ. Among his positions of expertise he was in charge of measuring and controlling the nuclear fuel inventory and storage.
Galen Winsor has traveled and lectured all over America, spoken on national talk radio, and made several videos exposing the misunderstood issues of nuclear radiation. He shows that fear of radiation has been exaggerated to scare people ... so a few powerful people can maintain total control of the world's most valuable power resource. Filmed by Ben Williams in 1986.