reply to post by Trivium68
Not so Trivium68. Most of us that spend a great deal of time and energy studying the Apollo issue study all of the American manned space effort, from
even before the NACA days to the present, 08/13/2012. We just don't look at the very fake moonscape shots, granted and albethey so readily
identifiable as fake
Most, but not all of us, see the American manned space effort not as a "hoax" in the conventional sense. We don't see it as a "lots of yuks
joke", and for that matter, most of us do not see it as a massive effort to one up the Soviets. Most of us see the American manned space effort as a
cover up for American military operations. The U.S. ARMY or USAF , or US NAVY cannot launch a 50,000 lb package into space without somebody asking
what it might be, two or three a year say. You get the point. There are many of us Trivium68 that spend all of our free time doing nothing but
working to take Neil Armstrong down. It is our goal in life. Just like Jobs wanted to take down Android and swore to spend every dime APPLE had in
the process if that is what it took. We do not hve Jobs money, be we have time and great smarts. Some of our groups are highly organized, more so,
more capable, more competent, than the tricksters at NASA itself. So Armstrong's downfall is inevitable. It would be better if it happened before
he died, but it is his choice, within my lifetime, his name will be lunar mud. We are relatively small in number, but we have the goods, the truth.
We do look at pictures Trivium68, and we do look at the rocks. I have actually studied a small piece(microscopic) of a moonrock myself. I am a bit
of a mole, a geologist working on the "inside" as it were. However, rocks aside, what we study with the greatest ardor, the greatest passion, are
the STORIES, the stories the astronauts and flight officers and other NASA personnel tell. This is because the stories never add up. For example
Trivium68, have you ever asked yourself why Neil Armstrong said that he could not see stars from the surface of the moon, while at the very same time,
astronaut Alan Shepard wrote that stars were easily seen by moonwalkers? They cannot both be correst. And it cannot be an innocent error on the part
of one of the astronauts. It would be impossible for Neil Armstrong to see stars from the surface of the moon and forget that simple experience, and
equally impossible for Shepard to not see stars and then misremember their easily being seen. So we know they are lying. The both of them. Armstrong
and Shepard lie compulsively about this stuff. they have to. It is made up to an appreciable degree.
These lies are a funny way of their trying to have things both ways. There are many such lies by the astronauts and other major American manned space
program players. They are not lying to fool us in the sense of "kidding" us, they are lying to fool us in the sense of covering up their doing
something that they were not supposed to be doing. Usually this has to do with placing weapons in space, or placing systems in space that military
people would go on to use, such as systems that locate objects on the face of the earth.
One idea I have is that Apollo may have been a program that launched artificial stars(satellites) into space that the ICBMs could dependably sight and
use in their guidance and navigating on the way to Leningrad. I do not know what other posters would think of that idea. And it is only one idea. I
have many. There are so very many things they may have been up to, bad things, military things. The one thing we do know with absolute certainty is
that because of all the lying, the saying they couldn't see stars and then turning around and saying no, after all they could, this kind of obvious
lying, in dozens and dozens and dozens of instances, proves without any question at all that the American manned space effort was an evil effort, and
an effort that was launch with an intent to deceive the American public.
The men and women that carried out this crime are very bad people and should be appropriately punished with the heaviest hand. I salute all of those
who work so tirelessly to finally bring the creeps to justice.