Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Did United States Fake Landing On The Moon in 1969?


Jet Wintzer, MOON HOAX NOW
Published on Jun 14, 2015
MOON HOAX NOW a documentary film by Jet Wintzer (55 minutes)
©2015 Filminco Productions
Award winning feature and documentary filmmaker Jet Wintzer launches into the Apollo moon hoax conspiracy with new research mined from an exhaustive exploration of the official NASA broadcasts and public record. MOON HOAX NOW drops multiple bombshell smoking guns that forcefully prove aspects of the record to be a fraudulent charade. The film features esoteric clips from the live TV footage, gorgeous 16mm film reels, stunning hi def photographs and technical manuals soundtracked to an original spaced out trancey score. The film is narrated by Jet who painstakingly dissects the running dialogue between the astronauts and mission control paying close attention to shocking mistakes, stressed out reactions and on the fly attempted coverups.
More than just an attack on the official story, MOON HOAX NOW is also an exciting reverent new appraisal of the mission as one of the greatest works of conceptual art ever made. Using rare footage, vintage Nasa promotional films and dazzling analysis, MOON HOAX NOW takes the viewer on a voyeuristic voyage behind the vast dazzling lunar curtain.
Jet Wintzer’s awards page at IMDB

Published on Dec 23, 2014
Who is Bill Kaysing? Bill Kaysing was born in Chicago in 1922; served on a destroyer with the U.S. Navy in the Pacific in World War II, and received his Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Southern California in 1949. Before he broke out of the rat race, he was first employed by the Rocketdyne Corporation, and then became head of the Technical
Publications Unit at the Propulsion Field Laboratory in Simi Hills, California. There he worked closely with top scientists and engineers on the research and development phases of the Atlas, Apollo, and other space rockets. At that time, his integrity was highly enough regarded by his superiors for him to receive clearance for SECRET, USAF, and the "Q" Atomic Energy Commission. During that entire period, however, he was overworked, burdened with unending debt, unhappy, and eventually critically ill. In 1963, he broke out. To earn what little money he then discovered he needed, he became a freelance writer. He has published over twenty books since then - with publishers of the caliber of Prentice Hall and the San Francisco Chronicle Press - and he has appeared on more than 100 radio, television, and newspaper interviews.

Bill Kaysing shows us evidence that may very well prove NASA never sent a man to the Moon and that the Apollo Missions to the Moon were FAKED! This video contains Apollo Mission data anomalies that contradict NASA claims!

Landing safely on the moon is SCIENTIFICALLY IMPOSSIBLE
  Published on May 16, 2014

The Apollo Moon Landings by Marcus Allen
Published on Dec 15, 2013
From his experience as a professional photograph Marcus Allen points the lens at NASA's photographic record of what is stated as being Mankinds greatest achievement - Landing a man on the Moon and returning him to Earth. A feat undertaken by the U.S. military between 1969 - 1972. Marcus demonstrates a plethora of problems with the photographic record that indicates only that the record is falsely being promoted as the authentic record of that historic period of the US Space flight history.

The Truth Behind The Moon Landings  
Published on Oct 2, 2012
Americans have gone back and fourth on this subject almost as much as we do about the 9/11 terror attacks in 2001. I guess the question is if they did fake the moon landing, what was the reason. Was it to fire the Russians up? Was it to brain wash and captivate the American people? I guess only time will tell.
The moon landing: Massive accomplishment or colossal hoax?
 By Aubrey Sitterson
The first moon landing, back on July 20, 1969, was a huge achievement, not just for the United States, but for all of mankind. When Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin touched down on the lunar surface, it was a triumph for science and human endeavor, while also representing humanity’s first baby steps out into the larger universe. But for some people, some or all of the moon landings are also something else: A well-constructed fraud.
Below, we lay out some of the conspiracy theories surrounding the moon landings, but please keep in mind: we are not promoting them as true. Last thing we need is Buzz Aldrin running wild in the Geek.com offices socking people in the jaw.
The moon landing conspiracy
First off, it’s important to note that not all moon landing conspiracy theorists are created equal. Some readily admit that humans have, since 1969, landed on the moon, and that only the first landing was faked. Others are all the way at the other end, contending that human beings have never landed on the moon. And, naturally, there are all manner of believers along the spectrum. So as not to go down absolutely every rabbit hole, we’ll be concentrating on the first lunar landing.
With that out of the way, let’s talk about the evidence that suggests that Armstrong and Aldrin did actually land on the moon. First up, most obviously, there’s the video that shows the actual landing, along with footage of the rocket taking off and eyewitnesses that attest to that, “Yeah, they blasted off in a rocket.” In addition to the video footage there are also a slew of photos of the lunar surface, the astronauts and, most notably, an American flag stuck in the ground. Finally, the mission also returned with more than 47 pounds of lunar material.
Naturally, however, conspiracy theories have readily taken issue with all of these seemingly concrete pieces of evidence, with most of the discussion centering on the photos released by NASA. The fact that it is a massive, secretive government agency that released these photos is pretty much all that some people need to believe that there’s more than meets the eye. But, once combined with the Watergate and Vietnam-era suspicion and paranoia that embraced the United States in the 1970s, disbelief in NASA’s claims really began to really pick up steam.
The most frequently cited evidence for something fishy going on is a series of crosshairs that show up on photos in interesting ways. Normally, you would expect a crosshair to show up on the top “layer” of a photo, seeing as it’s something that is placed on an image by the photography process itself. However, some photos clearly show that pieces of crosshairs seem to disappear behind objects that, in a hoax situation, would have been added in. The response to this, however, is that the anomaly only seems to occur on copied and scanned photos, and is not observable on high quality originals.
A larger complaint is that, despite being on the moon — with what looks like a black night sky in the background — not a single star can be seen, and even more strangely, the astronauts claimed that they didn’t see any stars at all while on the moon! Of course, scientists have explained this one away pretty easily, seeing as the astronauts landed on the moon during the lunar day, and that the sky appears black because of the lack of atmosphere, like the one that makes the Earth’s sky appear blue.
We could spend the rest of this article and more discussing all of the specific anomalies, oddities and seeming inconsistencies that appear in the lunar photos, as well as the photographic and scientific evidence explaining them, but that line of thought basically comes down to “How much do you know and believe about 1969 photography and science.” So let’s turn our gaze to another contentious issue: The flag.
The United States flag planted in the ground on the moon appears to be waving triumphantly in the wind, but there’s a problem with that: There is no wind on the moon. Of course, NASA explains this pretty simply, saying that they were fully aware of the moon’s lack of wind, so they inserted a rod in the flag to make sure it didn’t just hang down, limp and impotent. Okay, but what about the ripples in the flag that you can clearly see in the photos? It certainly looks like the flag is blowing in the wind. But, again NASA has an explanation, which is basically that the flag got all creased in storage, making it appear to be waving in still photos, still photos that clearly show Armstrong moving around, but the flag staying in the same position.
But, there’s yet another conspiracy theory counter: In video footage, you can see the bottom corner of the flag swaying back and forth. Couldn’t this only be caused by wind? Wind that shouldn’t exist on the lunar surface? No, NASA says, it could also be caused by the energy created by planting the flagpole in the ground, energy that, with no atmosphere or air, took a really, really long time to disperse.
The conspiracies get deeper, weirder, more paranoid and complex from there — as they so often do. They feature claims that the entire thing was filmed on a soundstage, pointing to photos of training sessions as evidence of its plausibility. Some even claim involvement from Stanley Kubrick, a director who was said to have left clues to the hoax in his later work. While even other state that the landing itself would have been impossible due to any number of outer space conditions, such as solar flares or radiation, as well as disbelief that the United States’ 1969 technology could even accomplish such a thing. That last one was and remains particularly popular amongst our former Space Race opponents in Russia.
But, ultimately, like most wide-reaching conspiracy theories, the biggest red flag is: How come there hasn’t been a whistleblower yet? To fake something of this magnitude, thousands and thousands of people needed to keep quiet for more than 40 years now. Nixon couldn’t even keep Watergate under wraps! Combine this with the fact that human endeavors are always arranged by, well, humans, and it would stand to reason that if the entire thing was faked, even if someone didn’t spill the beans intentionally, they would have screwed up something, somehow, somewhere along the way.
Is there other evidence that we didn’t cover that leads you to believe that the moon landing was faked? Do you buy NASA’s explanations or do you think that there’s something else going on? Tell us below in the comments!
Aubrey Sitterson is the creator of SKALD, the ongoing sword & sorcery serial, available on iTunes, Stitcher & Podomatic. Follow him on Twitter or check out his website for more information.