Monumental deception of Apollo
In recent days, the media seem to be euphoric by the great leap that humanity supposedly took forty years ago, on July 21, when man “stepped on the moon for the first time.” This is all the more true because India’s first lunar probe is facing a serious technical problem that can jeopardize the entire mission and stop it prematurely. It was July 16, 1969; America would hold her breath.
The countdown had begun at the Kennedy Space Center. It didn’t take many seconds before Apollo 11 flew into space on a 250,000 mile trip to the moon over 8 long days. The astronauts saw the spectacular views of the flowery land in a weightless environment. They were supposed to go to a place where no man had gone before. Neil Armstrong was shown opening the hatch. He would slowly descend the little ladder and rise to the surface of the moon. He spoke unforgettable words, ‘it is a small step for man, a great leap for humanity’.
The world received the event as a preview. Because people couldn’t believe their eyes, NASA received praise from people all over the world. The small step for man and a great leap for humanity were based on the faith and trust that the world had in NASA and, indeed, in the United States, the superpower. But it soon emerged that the future of NASA’s space program, the world’s leading space agency, became uncertain. Manned spaceflight, in particular, became a contentious and divisive topic. After the triumph of sending man to the moon, the cancellation of the Apollo project 3 years later gave people to understand that the past glory of the humans who landed on the moon would never be recovered.
A large section of people, who from the beginning refused to believe the theory that the moon landing ever took place, had every reason to defend the conspiracy theory that man’s landing on the moon was nothing more than a hoax. According to this theory, man did not land on the moon at all and, for some obvious reasons, he would not be able to land on the moon in the future. The conspiracy theory, which bases its arguments on examining government surveillance, films, evidence as well as, for example, the suspicious death of 10 astronauts in the space of a few years. As the images of Apollo-11 and other similar missions, shown during and after the trip, are claimed to be infested with a number of inconsistencies, experts seem to find no reason not to dismiss the trip as an all-time great hoax. . .
Brill Kaysing, an analyst associated with the company that designed the Apollo rockets, is one of the leading investigative journalists who has worked on conspiracy theory. Based on your examination of the films and the evidence in the Apollo mission images, you have several questions that require answers. For example, while looking at the pictures with his experience, the latter made him skeptical that what was shown was not real. To his surprise, the stars were conspicuously absent in the Apollo images despite the deep space in the black lunar sky.
As early as the 1950s, the Americans and the Russians were engaged in a struggle for supremacy in the mission to land on the moon. The USSR terrorized the US by sending Sputnik, the first spacecraft, to the moon in 1957. Racked by apprehensions about Russian plans to make the moon a possible missile base, the US mission was still in disarray and the chances of sending man to the moon were remote. As Brill Kaysing would say, NASA therefore worked on the “if you can’t get me to fake it” strategy. This is why; according to him, the blowing up of Apollo was real, but not the sending of the astronauts. They orbited the earth for eight days and in a typical 1978 movie set (Capricorn-I), a fake landed and simulated the scenes with all available technology (Paul Lazarus, the film’s producer).
According to experts, the landing scenes on the moon were created and simulated in Area-51, the arid high desert of the United States. The area is said to be heavily guarded and intruders could be shot without warning. As the astronauts themselves recognize the similarity between the terrain of the moon and the desert (the craters are similar, even the same, to those found on the moon), it is believed that the moonsets used during the Apollo missions still they exist in the desert.
To the surprise of experts in the theory, the Lunar Excursion Model, the LEM that landed on the moon on July 20, should do so with a possible 10,000-pound thrust to create an explosive crater. No explosive crater is visible in any of the 6 Apollo moon landings. In view of the dusty lunar surface, the blown dust expected to have landed on the Lander’s footpads is simply absent. As the images show the footprints still present there, experts claim that the scene was simulated in the film set on land. To top it all, the absence of exhaust flow during departure, they say, suggests the use of accessories for the lunar module in a typical movie set. The noise from the engine at the time of the rocket is expected to be around a decibel level between 140-150. Experts (like Ralph Rene) question how the voices of astronauts can be heard against the background with such a huge noise level.
The temperature on the moon is said to be around 250 degrees Celsius during sun exposure and minus 250 degrees Celsius on a dark day. Experts denounce NASA’s claim saying that given the composition of the spacesuits used by astronauts, the latter would not be able to survive the hostile temperature on the lunar surface.
Inside the magnetosphere, 500 miles above the earth, on the way to the moon, are the Van Allen radiation belts, named for the American physicist James A. Van Allen, who discovered them in 1958. The Van belts Allen are regions where charged particles from the Sun and cosmic rays are trapped and sent in spiral paths along the lines of the Earth’s magnetic field. Radiation belts protect the Earth’s surface from these highly energetic particles. However, occasionally, due to extremely strong magnetic fields on the surface of the Sun, which are visible as sunspots, a brief burst of highly energetic particles flows along with the solar wind.
Because Earth’s magnetic field lines converge and are closer to the surface at the poles, some of these energetic particles slip away and interact with Earth’s atmosphere, creating the phenomenon known as aurora. Any body that traverses the belt thousands of miles thick is destined to die. Other than Apollo, no human missions have ever crossed the belt. Astronauts clad in the aluminum film along with some fiberglass material and the like on the Apollo 16 mission on the date, when the magnetic storm was supposed to flooded space with 10,000 times more radiation, cannot be expected to have escaped adversity. . Realizing all this, experts claim that the Russians to date have avoided sending men out of space and do not even have such plans in the future.
Brain Welch, Bart Siberal and David Percy, moon landing photography experts, are critical of grainy images that they claim are intended to hide realities. As they doubt the authenticity of the images of astronauts walking on the lunar surface, experts claim that the still images that were shown to the world were staged and even manipulated. With the Sun being the only source of light on the surface of the moon, the expected shadows are parallel, from east to west, and do not cross each other.
As the photographs taken reveal the shadows crossing each other, the experts simply state that the images are taken on the ground under simulation under the arranged / artificial light sources. To prove their point, experts claim that the astronaut’s body cut out on the dark side should have been shrouded in total darkness, but in these images not only is his body visible, but the words United States etched into the Lander are also crisp and clear. . Also, pictorial anomalies like the same scenes with similar backgrounds appear to be there on two different days, albeit at a distance of 2½ miles apart. While NASA refutes the anomaly, the overlap of the 2 scenes reveals that the locations were the same. The availability of the lunar base and modules on the moon’s surface support their claim as a case of bad editing and failure of an effective review (of the evidence). The cross found in the various places in different images turns out to be the last nail in the coffin.
Lastly, it is claimed that about 10 astronauts, including C. Kristen and Thomas Ronald, among many others, were silenced in staged false deaths because these guys knew the truth and could report it to NASA. Experts (like Bill Kaysing) vehemently support the conspiracy theory of the human landing on the moon as a monumental hoax. According to them, the images show astronauts struggling in their attempt to plant the United States flag, which surprisingly was waving when there is no atmosphere and therefore wind on the moon. These experts simply claim that the lack of proper mind application resulted in such an anomaly when the scene of planting the US flag in the desert at Area 51 with the gust of wind was simulated.
In reaction to lame responses from NASA, experts argue that if a powerful telescope powerful enough to peer over the moon’s surface were made available, NASA’s claims could be determined. They claim that the mission wreckage, which includes robotic machines, Landers, American flag and the like, must still be on the surface of the moon to prove that the Apollo mission was not fake and simulated at Area-51 in the United States, such as part of the biggest hoax of the 20th century.