When I was young, my dad made a joke. I said something about man walking on the moon and he said “How do you know they walked on the moon?” Honestly, he was joking because my dad today actually believes that man walked on the moon. I laughed then at his joking but when I walked away I couldn’t stop thinking about it. How do I know?
My next thought went to the automobiles of that day. The supposed moon landing was July of 1969. Here are a few pictures of the cars on the road at that time to help you get a visual reference:
If those were the best technology and mechanics had to offer in 1969, I thought, how in the world did man get out of the atmosphere and to the moon and back?
The answer turned out to be much easier than I had expected.
“They” didn’t go to the moon.
A quick search online for ‘NASA’ and ‘hoax’ and/or ‘fraud’ should give you more than what you need to review the conspiracy, but of all the videos I’ve seen lately on the topic, nothing is more damning that this one. If you know even the slightest bit about how blue screens work, this video should send a veritable shiver down your spine if you care whatsoever about the truth.
However, there is a very good chance that you will bury your head very deep when you watch this and you won’t be alone. I tried long and hard to bury my head. The implications are far too devastating to one’s world view. The implications will ultimately lead you to question *everything you’ve ever been taught about anything*.
And ‘everything’ and ‘anything’ are items things most people are not willing to put on the line.
For those who care to at least entertain the thought that the world’s foundation is built on sand and possibly the very foundation of your life, please watch this video and let it sink in:
For anyone who appreciates truth, before you start believing blindly that there were ancient alien worlds on other planets, make sure you understand the following things about the stuff being provided to you by Nasa and their obedient dog named Rover… I mean Curiosity.
This image is a composite, not a photograph, nor something in our hands to look at ourselves
Their own website says ‘composite’ – go read it yourself.
Credibility of Crew and Landing Appears ‘Highly Questionable’ at Best
Just watch this and decide if you can trust the folks who bring you the news. I apologize for the periodic profane word here and there and the way he refers to ‘idiots’ but his presentation is solid. Make sure you make it at least to the Q & A session starting at 15:35 to get a real feel for the folks at top because it ought to really blow your mind…
So before you order these eggs, make sure at least they are real before you pay the bill …
Answer: No, I would definitely *not* purchase a used car from Adam Steltzner.
This video was sent to me as I have a strong interest in the topic of whether the earth is a ball or a flat surface.
As I journey towards truth, popular sources still tell me it’s a ball but all my senses tell me it’s immovable and flat…
The first thing that caught my attention was at 1:23 into the video the narrator said “His work was rewarded when NASA commended his work.”
When I reviewed the video again, the second thing I noticed was the incredible variation of curvatures. These three images, are three different screen shots from the very same video. Go look for yourself…
The top is clearly concave.
The middle, as flat as a pancake.
The bottom, “NASA convex”
Something is fishy here and methinks it’s the lenses.
My conclusion is that this craft was outfitted with a fish eye lens (from now on lightly dubbed ‘fishy lens’) and cannot be trusted as a what-you-see-is-what-you-get (“WYSIWYG”) video result.
It also reinforced the fact that unless one personally inspects the camera equipment being loaded onto a craft, and personally confirms the final product has not been tampered with, one cannot fully trust the video results other than for non curvature-proving purposes. I personally enjoy this video, but I cannot use it as any form of ‘proof of curvature’ – unless you believe the earth is a bouncy castle (that sounds really fun, by the way).
This video by Rob Skiba is another great one that shows amazingly weird effects that camera lenses have on the surface of the earth.
This also highlights the growing need for a ‘freedom approach’ to these projects where free software (publicly available source code, built by community) runs everything. Ubuntu with Snappy Ubuntu and ability to run on very small devices is one example I see fitting well here. As we get further and further buried under technology and information, the more we all need to take an active role in maintaining the freedom of said information.
Can we fully trust NASA to give us the untampered photos, videos, and live feeds that we need to make such important world view decisions?
Based on what I have seen so far, I would boldly say ‘No.”
It’s time for an increase in WYSIWYG community-built projects to find out for ourselves what our world looks like.