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Originally posted by thedigirati
reply to post by Palasheea
would you be kind enough to elaborate on your claim of "hoax" please?
Do you honestly believe this was a deliberate deception some how?
Well, since it seems to be all about the ladder...how about I go over to the Nat'l Air and Space Museum tomorrow (Saturday) and take a few digital pictures of the LEM on display?
Thing I am not sure how to do is upload from my digital card...perhaps some savvy computer expert will provide advice.
• We asked Henry if the Apollo astronauts had actually gone to the moon. This was a question that had not actually previously occurred to us in earlier meetings. There was a long pause before Henry replied saying: Yes, they had. But it was not a simple answer.
Most of the missions did indeed go to the moon, but some photos and film footage were fabricated for PR purposes, and - remarkably – some advanced technology was borrowed: a lightweight nano tech-skin shielding combined with a charged-field technology were utilized on some of the craft to provide very effective radiation shielding, combined with other technologies used to protect the astronauts from Gamma and other hazardous radiations and energetic particles during the journeys. Additional advanced “alien” technologies were added to land the Lunar Module and assist take-off from the moon.
Some Apollo astronauts were aware of these technologies (though only a couple were aware of the alternative space program). This accounts for some general reluctance to be interviewed or to speak openly on the subject. Their anger at those who claim they never went at all is understandable, because they did indeed reach the moon. They were very brave men... and they had some help.
These remarks of 'Henry Deacon', a Livermore Physicist, fits in a way this discussion, and I thought is was proper to show them to you. I find them pretty remarkable myself.
He stated that "Most" of the missions did indeed go to the moon, so the question is then, which didn’t go?
Mr. Lear, can you say something more about those remarks of Henry Deacon and do you know this man personally?
Thanks in advance.