AwE130 The Moon Hoax
CBS Science advisor was told Apollo 11 was faked
It was filmed in a hangar somewhere in Nevada.
Richard C. Hoagland was a Science Adviser to CBS News during the Apollo program (1968–1971). In 2001 he revealed that days after the Apollo 11 moon landing journalists were told at JPL, Pasadena that the Apollo moon landings were fake and filmed in a hangar somehwere in Nevada. We would like to ask anyone who was present at the press conference and witnessed the same event that Richard is talking about to contact us: info[at]awe130.com
Gullible people exploited by moon hoax
Cashing in on delusional people.
4th April 1971, More than 90,000 people want to go to the moon.
In view of the astronomical number of 90,000 bookings for commercial interplanetary flights, the American airline Pan American has decided not to register any more candidates. The first candidate for a lunar voyage registered in 1964. By 1968 the number of registrations had risen to 5,000 and since then the waiting list has quickly become longer.
Man cannot travel in space, it's a fact
Colonel Corso interview with Art Bell, 1997.
Colonel Corso was on the staff of President Eisenhower's National Security Council for four years (1953–1957). In 1961, he became Chief of the Pentagon's Foreign Technology desk in Army Research and Development, working under Lt. Gen. Arthur Trudeau. In 1997 Colonel Corso appeared on Coast to Coast AM with the legendary Art Bell. During the interview about his book "The Day After Roswell" Colonel Corso elaborated on the term "Extraterrestrial Biological Entity" (EBE) and made the following statements: "Man today cannot travel in space. NASA might object to my book because I make that statement" A little later he adds "Course somebody is gonna come back and say: we spent billions and man still can't travel in space? Well It's a fact, there's nothing I can do about it, it's true".
The European Space Agency ESA
The qoute about radiation in space and the Apollo project.
Beyond Earth’s magnetic field spacecraft and their occupants will be exposed to the full force of the GCR (Galactic Cosmic Rays) and the solar eruptions. Missions to the Moon and Mars will venture into this harsher and unpredictable radiation environment for periods of many month or even years.
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin in 2009
It is the law of the land to put a man on the moon before 2020.
In 2009 NASA Administrator Micheal Griffin said: "you would be amazed at the number of times I get questions from top level policymakers concerning, "why don't we just haul some of that Apollo equipment out of the barn and head back?"" The NASA Administrator would answer them with: "There is no barn. We will spend the next ten years recreating a lot of capability for space flight, hopefully going a little beyond, but we will spend the next ten years recreating capabilities that this nation once had and threw away, proactively and with mallows of forethought" (Video part 1 at 4:38). Earlier Griffin said that by the law of the land NASA is directed to land a man on the moon no later than 2020 (Video part 1 at 4:20 and 6:30). This monologue and Q&A is a little gem for those who have the ears to listen.
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