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Nixon's Apollo: Howard Hughes and the Apollo Hoax

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posted on Jun, 26 2013 @ 11:04 PM

The Carpetbaggers (1964)

A film that is generally considered to be a fictionalized pseudo-biography of Howard Hughes.

Richard Nixon screened "The Carpetbaggers" on 12th May, 1972 at Camp David.

What happened the very next day?

May 13, 1972.
The first successful use of the laser-guided bomb was accomplished when the Thanh Hoa Bridge was destroyed in North Vietnam, "accomplishing in a single mission what seven years of nonprecision bombing had failed to do". The United States had first bombed the 540-foot-long (160 m) concrete and steel structure in 1965. Twelve F-4 fighters made runs with fifteen Mark 84 and nine Mark 118 bombs to render the structure useless.[32]

I would like to point out that a laser-guided bomb requires a laser to operate. So, I asked myself, what famous industrialist can take credit for the development of the laser? The answer was Howard Hughes.

Theodore Maiman made the first laser operate on 16 May 1960 at the Hughes Research Laboratory in California, by shining a high-power flash lamp on a ruby rod with silver-coated surfaces. Source

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posted on Jul, 9 2013 @ 09:42 PM
There is no documentation of Howard Hughes ever having met Richard Nixon. Yet we know that Nixon and Hughes were well connected via the long list of highly paid associates since at least the time of the Don Nixon loan (1956) which scandalized Nixon's 1960 gamble against JFK.

There are hints of earlier financial relationships in Nixon's early political years. Wealthy southern California industrial interests (Committee of 100, Bohemian Grove types) had selected Nixon for the 1946 campaign to run against incumbent Jerry Voorhes, an idealist.

Nixon won easily and quickly sprinted to the front of the headlines chasing after Communist Alger Hiss. From there he sprinted to the Senate in 1950 where he was an outsider, he didn't fit in, waiting it out for the next election cycle which was when he catapulted to the White House with Ike in 1952.

It should also be noted of Nixon's very fast promotion rate in the Navy... by the end of WW2 Nixon outranked JFK and GHWB, probably due to his Navy intelligence connections and involvement in Operation Paperclip by facilitating the passports and personal situations of known war criminals and other industrialists from elsewhere in Europe, for example German Nazi rocket scientists Werner Von Braun, Arthur Rudolph and Romanian fascist industrialist Nicoli Malaxa, connections which are now documented on wikipedia

In the 1950's Reds were a Menace to be wiped out. Richard Nixon was the Vice President of the United States and he had friends like Howard Hughes, the staunch anti-Communist industrialist with real world experience in breaking world aviation records, Hughes the director of ground breaking early cinema masterpieces such as Hell's Angels (1930) and producer of Jet Pilot (1957) ... Hughes who had real world experiences fighting Communism in the ranks of Hollywood... Hughes the renegade owner of Trans World Airlines... Hughes the military industrialist who was raking profits from the new age of radar controlled missile defense networks.

And then Sputnik I.

The Soviet Union launched it into an elliptical low Earth orbit on October 4, 1957.

The reaction in Washington D.C. was hysterical to say the least. The Reds were winning the Cold War with space propaganda. The USA had to respond, and fast, and with the urgency of war, to counteract the gains made by the lousy Russians. At the same time atheist Communism was festering only 50 miles from Miami and beginning to boil over into a hot war in South East Asia. The scenario was getting bleak for American capitalism and ideals. Something had to be done.

Howard Hughes reclusive period begins, generally, in the early 1950's, during Nixon's rise to power. By 1957 nobody sees Howard Hughes any more. Hughes has become like a ghost. This is the same year Hughes breaks with his long time Hughes business asset Noah Dietrich and begins to associate with the James Bond-type fellow named Robert Maheu, ex-FBI, ex-CIA, a guy who knows a lot of gangsters on a first name basis.... the same guy who orchestrated the money to Bebe Rebozo to give to Richard Nixon for his own personal use.

As the decade of the 1950's was fading, Richard Nixon had his greedy scowl set on moving into the Oval office. He had been training for the job since 1946 and he was now ready to do the job of obtaining the presidency for Howard Hughes, who had backed Nixon from the early years. Nixon's Vice Presidential inertia was not enough to win in 1960. The power had been taken away, unfairly. The Hughes loan to brother Donald in 1956 didn't help matters.

As Richard Nixon's popularity jet flamed out in the 1962 California governor's race there was only one thing left to do. To kill JFK. First for revenge and second for being soft on Communism. Coincidentally, Nixon went into seclusion to work on the plans for his comeback in 1968 with Howard Hughes paving the way for Nixon's Apollo.

Not JFK's Apollo... Not LBJ's Apollo... but Nixon's Apollo

posted on Jul, 16 2013 @ 10:56 PM
Howard Hughes, who was a psychic vampire, had held Richard Nixon in his thrall ever since the 1946 California election campaign. 20 years later, Hughes was moving into Las Vegas with a lot of money which was gained to him during that time that Nixon was Vice President, 1953-1960, of the United States.

Nixon actually learned how to play poker while he was in deployed in the Pacific during WW2. But he wasn't a PT boat commander like JFK, nope. He was a supply clerk officer. Nixon's Navy promotions begin to go faster once he was returned to the States while working in departments responsible for terminating wartime contracts and escorting the Operation Paperclip Nazi's into the USA. Those are the two jobs that earned Nixon his swift promotion record in the US Navy.

During the same time period of history '45-'47 Howard Hughes was found to be releasing scandalous films like The Outlaw and crashing his experimental planes, defending himself in front of Washington D.C. Senate hearings, and building his giant H-4 Hercules.

Nixon returned to Southern California after his Navy active duty and was pretty much recruited then drafted by wealthy industrialist interests to run for California's 12th Congressional district in 1946 against incumbent Jerry Voorhis.

Skip forward 20 years and the covers of these weekly magazines are brazenly raising the stakes by calling out Nixon's habitual gambling problem. Howard Hughes owned Las Vegas during this time.

This was also the timeframe when of Hughes Aircraft Lunar Observer [HALO] was deploying the spacecraft also known as Surveyor to the lunar surface which means precision, automatic, soft landings. Howard Hughes is actually sending more Surveyors than what is publicly announced. Surveyor program was supposed to cost about $67 million but in the end cost $365 million.

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According to varying accounts, he pulled down anywhere from $3,000 to $10,000 during his two-year stint in the Navy. Source

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posted on Jul, 17 2013 @ 03:01 PM
I am bumping this thread because I would really hate to see it die too soon as it is One of the more notable threads as of late. I have learned quite a bit from this have enjoyed the read.

One thing that has struck me through it. Do you think it is possible that the movies watched at particular times were sort of a code talk between the two? I mean it seems kind of obvious or am I just being dim and that's your point??!

posted on Jul, 17 2013 @ 11:53 PM

Originally posted by onehuman
One thing that has struck me through it. Do you think it is possible that the movies watched at particular times were sort of a code talk between the two? I mean it seems kind of obvious or am I just being dim and that's your point??!

I do suspect that Hughes and Nixon used satellite and satellite phones to communicate with each other especially during those times when Nixon was away from the White House at Camp David, Key Biscayne, the Bahamas or San Clemente. During those early years the satellite calls would be untraceable because the CIA front Hughes Aircraft was building those early communications birds into putting them in service for the Eisenhower/Nixon administration.

What usually happens with a Howard Hughes gig is that he misses the deadline and has cost overruns. Just look at any of his aircraft or film projects... HRH always finds a way to burn more (government) cash on a project.

When I was reading Mark Feeney's Nixon at the Movies I realized that it was a stupendous and scholarly achievement. And yet I also noticed the Feeney missed almost every opportunity to connect Howard Hughes as the money man behind the Richard Nixon phenomenon. Although I am 100% behind the work the Feeney has done he has left out a vital connection in the thread of his analysis.

For example Feeney mentions that Nixon screened "Three Coins in a Fountain" on January 3, 1973. He does not mention the fact that the Jean Peters who starred in the picture was married to Howard Hughes from 1957-1971.

Nixon screened "Viva Zapata!" on March 4, 1973. Another film starring Howard Hughes wife Jean Peters. Feeney missed the connection again.

Even earlier on 7th August, 1971 Nixon screened "The Conqueror" starring John Wayne who was then under contract to Howard Hughes at RKO pictures. During Wayne's time with RKO he also starred in the light anti-communist romantic comedy "Jet Pilot".

Feeney's movie logs for Richard Nixon were drawn from the Secret Service Daily diaries. Nixon watched over 500+ movies while he was the President.

I would really like to give Mark Feeney an A+ on his book. But his book deserves a sequel that would examine all the films that Nixon screened that had connections to Howard Hughes. And to answer your question, Yes, I do think that Hughes and Nixon used these films as a method of communication.

Nixon was screening "Diamonds Are Forever" at the same time Apollo 16 was splashing down. Feeney doesn't make the connection at all.

posted on Jul, 19 2013 @ 08:57 PM

Originally posted by onehuman
One thing that has struck me through it. Do you think it is possible that the movies watched at particular times were sort of a code talk between the two? I mean it seems kind of obvious or am I just being dim and that's your point??!

The best examples I can think of would be those movie that Nixon watched that had some relationship with HRH.

I've listed a few. John Wayne's "The Conqueror" and the Jean Peters films.

There is another category of Nixon film screenings that are identified by how it fits in with the Apollo scenario.
Such as "Marooned" and "Hawaii" screened by Nixon in the months prior the Apollo 13 television drama.

Going through the material in Feeney's Nixon the Movies makes it pretty clear that Nixon was not just any movie "buff" but the over achieving kind. He always watched the movie until the end (even when others would walk out).

Nixon was not just any "buff". He specifically screened movies because he preferred certain directors and certain actors. EG, he really liked John Ford movies and he really liked John Wayne and Clint Eastwood.

Sometimes, it wasn't Richard Nixon who picked the movie, it was his daughter Julie or Bebe Rebozo. I can only speculate that Bebe Rebozo was the lucky guy who chose to screen "Diamonds Are Forever" on April 27, 1972, on the same day that Apollo 16 was splashing down in the Pacific Ocean.

Knowing that Bebe Rebozo was Nixon's bag man who had access to numerous Howard Hughes associates such as Robert Maheu, Richard Danner, Bob Bennet, etc, etc, ETC ETC ETC..........

It is entirely possible that Howard Hughes sent out a cryptic message through his channels and that Nixon screened "Diamonds Are Forever" on April 27, 1972 for a very specific reason known only to Howard Hughes & Richard Nixon.

That is the scenario that is a very good scenario that could explain the reason why Nixon screened that movie on that exact day. Could there be Hidden messages in the movies Nixon screened? I think there is a high probability.
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posted on Jul, 28 2013 @ 01:08 AM

Remember, Richard Nixon screened "The Carpetbaggers" on 12th May, 1972 at Camp David.
Doing a little further work into Hughes connections to atomic testing I came across a DOE pdf that mentioned a location in the Nevada Test Site named "Carpetbagger fault" which lies in the heart of the Yucca Flats, which are designated as a 'National Security Site' due to the insane amounts of nuclear fall out in the area from 100's of atomic tests.


posted on Jul, 28 2013 @ 02:03 AM
This is Richard Nixon's 1972 movie screening list with a lot of notes! This is author Mark Feeney's list compiled from Nixon's Secret Service Daily Diary. Look what happened during June = Watergate.

Note that Hughes is screening Shanghai Express like a maniac during the Watergate break-in and arrests. 6/18, 6/19 skipping 6/20, 6/21, 6/22, 6/23 and 6/24 and 6/30. I count seven times. According to the dates for the Hughes screenings of Shanghai Express which are out of Barlett & Steele, Michael Drosnin, sources mentioned earlier in the thread.

A winner of the 1931/1932 Academy Award for Best Cinematography, Lee Garmes. No wonder Hughes was watching it so closely!

Note that Nixon is travelling alot back and forth, Key Biscayne (KB), Camp David (CD), but still he's keeping up a good pace with Howard's screenings. Note that Nixon was vacationing in the Bahamas, Grand Cay (GC) , during the Watergate burglary.

A little later Nixon watched Harlow (1965) at the western White House in San Clemente (SC) and I can't imagine that Nixon wasn't thinking about Howard Hughes for the entire 2 hours of that film. Howard Hughes put Jean Harlow in Hell's Angels and made her into a Hollywood legend.

posted on Jul, 29 2013 @ 04:04 PM
In this theory, Howard Hughes is handling the Surveyor project. He runs it like a remote control from his various hideaways, since 1960-61 at least, approving all the plans and every specification for the spacecraft. Because that's the way Hughes always ran things.. at RKO Picture Studios, TWA and Hughes Toolco. The Surveyor program has three Hughesian hallmarks to it that readily reveal Hughes' personal involvement to every detail: overambitious project, fantastic costs and falling behind schedules.

Hughes/Surveyor is important to the Nixon/Apollo theory because it allows Hughes to control access to the moon (very much like a 007 movie villian) from his Las Vegas penthouse at the Desert Inn.

In the farthest reaches of this theory, Surveyor sets the stage for Apollo, literally by first landing clandestine Surveyors at pre-selected Apollo landing sites... years before the Apollo LEM's landed in those precise locations... for example with Apollo 12 and Surveyor III.

In the far, far out zone of this theory, it is possible for Howard Hughes to soft landed the Surveyors by remote control and the unmanned Apollo LEM's. Collection of lunar specimens and parts from Surveyor III could be gathered by small tracked robots easily. This theory would also explain the 'astronaut footpaths' on the moon as being more like the regolith, what was churned up, by these remotely controlled CIA robots.

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posted on Aug, 2 2013 @ 11:49 PM

The most important link between Howard Hughes and the Apollo program is through Surveyor. Hughes negotiated a cost-plus-fixed-fee contract to build 7 surveyors for $67 million dollars in the early 1960's

That type of contract means by the time the first Surveyor soft landed on the moon, Hughes had screwed the taxpayers for an extra $300,000,000 which is not the first time Howard Hughes had screwed the taxpayers. In fact, he loved to to do exactly that. $40 million for the HK-1 Flying Boat contract was a flop and the $100 million contract for the XF-11 were eventually cancelled.

Howard comes from a different age. Perhaps he had a completely different idea about how to live a life. He had money, he had power, exploited them both to the maximum degree, an accomplished test pilot, movie mogul, perfectionist, death defying, his name was like magic in Hollywood, and his reclusive years correspond nicely with the expansion of the American space program, specifically the lunar program, from at least 1960, when Hughes Aircraft gained the Surveyor project. His political power was established in 1947 when he shut down the Senate committee investigations on his aforementioned war contracts.

Perhaps none of us are able to fully understand Howard's perspective on reality. I think he is greatly underestimated in history. I think he could answer a lot of questions about Roswell and Apollo.

posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 02:24 AM
September 15, 1968. Zond 5.
October 7, 1968. James Webb quits NASA.

October 11, 1968. Apollo 7.
November 5, 1968. Nixon is elected 37th President of the United States.

December 3, 1968. Elvis records his 1968 Come Back Special.
December 21, 1968. Apollo 8 launch.
December 25, 1968. "The Stalking Moon" is released. Nixon screens it on March 29, 1970.

January 6, 1969. Apollo 8 triumph.

January 9, 1969. Richard Nixon's birthday.
January 9, 1969. Apollo 11 crew announced.
January 20, 1969. Richard Nixon's inauguration.
January 22, 1969. Richard Nixon screens his first movie at the White House "The Shoes of the Fisherman".
January 23, 1969. Elvis records "Suspicious Minds"

We're caught in a trap
I can't walk out
Because I love you too much baby

Why can't you see
What you're doing to me
When you don't believe a word I say?

We can't go on together
With suspicious minds
And we can't build our dreams
On suspicious minds

So, if an old friend I know
Drops by to say hello
Would I still see suspicion in your eyes?

Here we go again
Asking where I've been
You can see these tears are real
I'm crying

We can't go on together
With suspicious minds
And be can't build our dreams
On suspicious minds

Oh let our love survive
Or dry the tears from your eyes
Lets don't let a good thing die

When honey, you know
I've never lied to you
Mmm yeah, yeah

January 29, 1969. Allen Dulles dies.
January 30, 1969. Beatles last gig.

February 9, 1969. Soyuz 4/5.

March 3, 1969. Apollo 9.
March 10, 1969. James Earl Ray pleads guilty.
March 28, 1969. Eisenhower dies.

April 12, 1969. Nixon screens "Play Dirty"
April 25, 1969. Nixon screens "Where Eagles Dare"

May 16, 1969. Venera 5 lands on Venus.
May 17, 1969, Nixon screens "Camelot"
May 18, 1969. Apollo 10.

June 1, 1969. Frank Borman visits Russia.

June 29, 1969. Biosatellite 3 mission aborted. 3 monkeys are died.

July 15, 1969. CAB approves Air West takeover.
July 16, 1969. Apollo 11.
July 16, 1969. Nixon orders Kissinger to see Howard Hughes in Las Vegas.
July 18, 1969. Chappaquiddick incident.
July 20, 1969. Nixon phones the moon.
July 26-Aug 2, 1969. Nixon touring Asia.

August 1, 1969. Letters from the Zodiac Killer.
August 9, 1969. Manson family murders.
August 13, 1969. Apollo 11 ticker tape parades.
August 15-18, 1969. Woodstock.

September 1, 1969. Libyan revolution.
September 19, 1969. Nixon screens "Born Free"

October 17, 1969. Nixon screens "Hard Contract"

November 10, 1969. George Mueller quits NASA.
November 12, 1969. Mai Lai story breaks.
November 14, 1969. Apollo 12.
November 15, 1969. Nixon screens "The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming"
November 24, 1969. Apollo 12 splashdown.
November 28, 1969. Nixon screens "The Great Bank Robbery"

December 20, 1969. Nixon screens "Marooned"

January 3, 1970. Nixon's moon rocks delivered to Shiang Kai-shek in Taiwan.
January 4, 1970. Apollo 20 cancelled.
January 9, 1970. Richard Nixon's birthday.

February 13, 1970. Nixon screens "Hawaii"

April 11, 1970. Apollo 13.
April 17, 1970. "Marooned" plays in Miami theaters.
April 18, 1970. Apollo 13 in Hawaii with Richard Nixon on live TV.

April 30, 1970. Nixon invades Cambodia on live TV.

May 4, 1970. Kent State student massacre.
May 8, 1970. Beatles release "Let It Be"
May 22, 1970. Nixon screens "Ice Station Zebra" which was made in 1968.

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posted on Aug, 11 2013 @ 11:25 PM

It is Thursday, December 7, 1972

What was Nixon doing when Apollo 17 blasted off from Kennedy? He was probably sleeping.

Exactly 33 minutes after midnight Apollo 17 launched into the night sky from Kennedy Space Center. The final launch of Nixon's Apollo was made in the dead of night.

Richard Nixon didn't stay up to watch it on TV. At least not according to the Secret Service Daily Presidential Diaries. He wasn't even at the White House at the time... he was screwing off at Camp David.

Nixon ate breakfast on the Aspen Sun Porch at Camp David at exactly 9:15 on the morning of December 7, 1972.

From 10:50 to 13:50 Nixon met with some high powered, Republican up and comers, loyalists in his organization. Among them: Caspar Weinberger and Frank Carlucci, both future Secretaries of the Department of Defense, and George Shultz, then Secretary of the Treasury.

From 14:55 to 16:40 Nixon met with Kenneth Rush, Deputy Secretary of Defense, Admiral Thomas Moorer, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs.

From 17:15 to 21:00 Nixon spent in discussions with John Ehrlichman and Bob Haldeman, his closest White House aides... the men who stood with him all through Watergate.

So the final pay off to the question What was Nixon doing the day Apollo 17 blasted off from Kennedy? is found in the Secret Service Presidential Diaries and the film Nixon screened late that night at Camp David and who he screened it with....

posted on Aug, 11 2013 @ 11:40 PM
December 7, 1972. The Nazi designed Apollo Saturn rocket is launching from Kennedy Space Center at midnight.

Later, December 7, 1972. Richard Nixon, a man who is so buttoned down he rarely ever takes off his suit jacket is screening a film containing female nudity and adult situations at 10pm at night. Who was with him at Camp David?

Richard Nixon is acting completely out of character. It is a very strange situation for a President of the United States... to be screening a shock-horror-exploitation film with 4 young ladies, four young women who are as closely related to his administration in various ways.. where is Pat Nixon? where is Bebe Rebozo, Nixon's constant companion?

posted on Aug, 24 2013 @ 01:37 PM

Originally posted by Zaphod58
reply to post by SayonaraJupiter

So what? You seriously believe that Richard Nixon somehow came up with the plan to fake every Apollo mission, and pulled it off in that short an amount of time, and not one single person has been willing to talk about it? Richard Nixon must have been an incredible genius, to have thought of everything.

Nixon's not an incredible genius, say like an Einstein or Teller or Tesla. He's a criminal genius which is why he wrote so many books after his presidency but none of them ever mention more than a few lines about Apollo.

For example, (I don't have all my Nixon books handy, but) in The Real War (1980) if you looked at the index, the following terms 'Apollo' or 'NASA' , are not mentioned at all in Nixon's book. However, there is one entry found under 'space program' on page 314, here it is,

America recently celebrated the tenth anniversary of man's first walk on the moon. That adventure captured the human imagination as few events in history have, but the venture that now beckons is in its own way greater still. In traveling to the moon, man stepped into the heavens. In meeting this great challenge here on earth, we can make the world safe for liberty and thus achieve what for centuries philosophers have set as mankind's goal.

Space caught man's imagination less for its technical wizardry than for its mystery. And yet it was not a mystery that took us up there. It was the genius, vision, courage, perseverance, and the dogged hard work of thousands of human beings joined in a common enterprise. excerpt from The Real War (1980)

That's Nixon. He treats the history of Apollo as if it were a good movie that he remembered watching.

One of Nixon's earliest priorities was to have the "best documented presidency" in history. Why? He thought he could control history from the Oval Office, in emulation of his mentor and godfather, Howard Hughes, who obsessively controlled a vast CIA network of high tech and top secret programs, including the satellite TV empire, the ToolCo/Hughes Aircraft and his money laundering casino empire, all from the penthouse suite of the Desert Inn, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

posted on Sep, 10 2013 @ 09:50 PM
This post is dedicated to Jay Weidner, Rob Ager and Mark Feeney.

Nixon at the Movies is only the beginning.

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posted on Sep, 15 2013 @ 06:10 PM

Nixon's Apollo: KREEP-y CREePs and the company they keep.

The Procellarum KREEP Terrane (PKT) dominates the nearside of the Moon. "KREEP" is an acronym for lunar rocks that are high in potassium (K), rare earth elements (REE), and phosphorous (P). PKT occupies about 16% of the lunar surface.

Some individual Apollo samples contain up to 95% KREEP basalt. Source

The Committee for the Re-Election of the President (also known as the Committee to Re-elect the President), abbreviated CRP but often mocked by the acronym CREEP, was a fundraising organization of United States President Richard Nixon's administration. Besides its re-election activities, CRP employed money laundering and slush funds and was directly and actively involved in the Watergate scandal. Source Wiki

"extreme disagreements" over moon rocks

The most unusual type of rock found at the Apollo 12 landing site is known as KREEP. This is an acronym for rocks that are rich in the elements potassium (denoted as K by chemists), rare earth elements (REE), and phosphorus (P). Only one sample of KREEP was returned by Apollo 12, but many additional samples were collected on Apollo 14 and Apollo 15. KREEP is believed to have formed early in the history of the Moon during the solidification of the Moon's molten stage, known as the magma ocean.-NASA

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posted on Sep, 15 2013 @ 10:23 PM

Nixon's Apollo album covers. I like doing them. This image is a mix up of the following items:
1 A screen-cap from Kubrick's 2001:A space odyssey - the psychaedelic scene.
2 An Apollo 17 landscape, AS17-145-22163.

3A blow up of Jane Russell, from Howard Hughes production The Outlaw (1943).
4An old corporate logo for Hughes Tool Co. which could resemble either the Apollo command module, or a u.F.o. in silhouette.

posted on Sep, 15 2013 @ 10:36 PM
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Apollo wasn't a hoax. Nobody had the technology at the time to fake something like this.

Do you see that as a good argumentation for your point ?!? We could do it but we were unable to fake it ?!? Can you apply that argument to anything that is openly peer reviewed and independently reproducible ? I think not...

posted on Sep, 15 2013 @ 10:46 PM
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wow fantastic amount of research sayonarajupiter
excellent posts i wish i could give you more than 1 star and flag

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