The Top 10 Reasons Why No One Has Ever Set Foot on the Moon:

In honor of the 40th anniversary of the “Alleged” Lunar Landing I give you this.

Number one:
The Soviets had a five-to-one superiority to the U.S. in manned hours in space. They were first in achieving the following seven important milestones:

• First man-made satellite in earth orbit…

• First man in space…

• First man to orbit the earth…

• First woman in space…

• The first crew of three astronauts onboard one spacecraft…

• The first space walk…

• The first to have two spacecrafts orbiting simultaneously…

This put America at a perceived military disadvantage in missile technology during the very height of the Cold War.

Number two:
Newly retouched photographs correct errors from previously released versions. Why would they be updating thirty-year-old pictures if they really went to the moon?

with prop ID “C” After “C” Removed

Number three:
Enlarged photographs underneath the lunar lander’s 10,000 lb. thrust engine show the soil completely undisturbed. During ground tests there was grave concern for the vehicle falling into the hole the engine created as it descended. An oversight that they would have to keep consistent for all subsequent moon missions. They attributed it to the effect of no atmosphere.

Number four:

Rare, uncirculated photographs, allegedly from the moon’s surface, show scenes supposedly lit solely by sunlight. Yet they contain shadows that do not run parallel with each other, indicating supplemental artificial light. Sunlight would cast shadows that would never intersect.

Number five:
Neil Armstrong, the first man to supposedly walk on the moon, recently granted an interview to 60 Minutes. Ed Bradley said, “You sometimes seems uncomfortable with your celebrity, that you’d rather not have all of this attention.” Armstong replied, “No, I just don’t deserve it.” Collins refuses to be interviewed. Aldrin, who granted an interview, threatened to sue us if we showed it to anyone.

Number six:
The moon is 240,000 miles away. The space shuttle has never gone more than 400 miles from the Earth. Except for Apollo astronauts, no humans even claim to have gone beyond low-earth orbit. When the space shuttle astronauts did get to an altitude of 400 miles, the radiation of the Van Allen belts forced them to a lower altitude. The Van Allen radiation belts exist because the Earth’s magnetic field traps the solar wind.

Number seven:
The top portion of the lunar module which landed on the moon supposedly popped up off the moon with two astronauts aboard, entered lunar orbit 60 miles up, and docked with the command module in lunar orbit. To look at its design and think such could have actually occurred is absolutely ludicrous.

Number eight:
The surface of the moon is a vacuum. The landing module would have been heated to 250 degrees on the light side where they landed. There is no way they could have rejected the heat for as long as 72 hours as they claim on some Apollo missions.

Number nine:
In 1967 three astronauts were burned alive on the launch pad. The upshot of the congressional inquiry was that the entire Apollo program was in shambles and it was a miracle no one was killed sooner. All of the problems were supposedly fixed by 1969, just two years later. With a third of a century of improved technology, why does it take longer between calamities to repair the Space Shuttle that only achieves Earth orbit?

Number ten:
All Apollo missions stayed in low-earth orbit for the duration of the trip. We uncovered some mislabeled, unedited, behind-the-scenes footage from NASA that shows the crew of Apollo 11 clearly staging a shot of being half-way to the moon. This clip, shown in Apollo 11 Monkey Business and explained in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon, proves they did not leave low-earth orbit.

This information is available in its original format at www.moonmovie.com you must see the film A funny thing happend on the way to the moon?

4 thoughts on “The Top 10 Reasons Why No One Has Ever Set Foot on the Moon:

  1. The issue was national pride. We were getting our butts handed to us by the Soviets, so we made a huge, sweeping, and insanely expensive gesture. It was awesome. We seriously flailed after that, but we were so busy dumping money into the military industrial complex that we couldn’t follow through.

    Ah, conspiracy theories. If these theories are true, we’ll have to include the Mars Rovers, the Viking Landers, the Venera program run by the Soviets, and pretty much every single other significant interplanetary mission in this mess. This stuff can get done. It just happens to be beyond the grasp of the secular gnostics who want to have super secret knowledge. Makes ’em feel important.

    As you point out, this was during the Cold War. You think, for a moment, that the Soviets wouldn’t have noticed if we’d just dropped an Apollo into low earth orbit? They had world class telescopes and radar, and a serious chip on their shoulder. If they’d had even an inkling of hanky panky, you think they wouldn’t have trumpeted the abject failure and deception of the decadent capitalists? They’d have cleaned our clock with it, and enjoyed every moment of it.

    I mean, dude.

  2. Dannah says:

    It happened. Jim’s Dad has worked for NASA and he designed part of the landing gear. Watch the mythbusters episode on it!

  3. I mostly put this up as a reminder of the growth I have encountered over the last few years. I watched this documentary called “A funny thing happend on the way to the moon” with a group of folks that were searching and hoping for deeper faith and something more than the bland faith that we were being fed. Some of us have found it, others have not yet tasted the joy of a deep relationship of questions and doubt.

    I accept that we did land on the moon and that many folks take great pride in this.

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