Monday, March 7, 2016

You Asked For It: 'Whitey on the Moon' Available in Paperback

PK Note: You asked for it.

It was only supposed to be an eBook.

But you asked for it.

So here it is. 'Whitey on the Moon': Race, Politics, and the death of the U.S. Space Program, 1958 - 1972.

In paperback

I've had a bad writer's block for about two years, knowing this project wasn't complete. 

But it is now: 'Whitey on the Moon': Race, Politics, and the death of the U.S. Space Program, 1958 - 1972.

If you want a copy signed, just fire over $25 via the PayPal link in the right-hand corner (or more... be generous, I have a child now with plans for more) and I'll get a signed copy over to you quickly. 

The war on political correctness is just beginning: 'Whitey on the Moon' represents the ultimate war in ending the nightmare, for it shows us why our pathway to the stars was momentarily stopped, detoured to 2016 Detroit. Below, enjoy the introduction to the paperback


Years ago, I was watching the Disney film Can’t Buy Me Love (released in 1987) at a friend’s house. What’s seemingly a mid-1980s teenage romantic comedy has a poignant scene all the more melancholy when one watches it today.
In my opinion, one of the most important photos ever taken... Roughly July 15, 1969

Watching the movie in 1996 at my friend’s house, I was struck by the depth of a scene where the films stars,  two white high school seniors, are starring up at the night sky. Ronald Miller (played by Patrick Dempsey) has a telescope and he is showing the captain of the cheerleading team – Cindy - (portrayed by the late Amanda Peterson) the moon. The dialogue is so sad to read today, because when the movie came out, it had only been 18 years since man first stood on the moon:

Cindy-  “God. There are mountains up there. And valleys, canyons and plains. What's that thing, um, up there that looks like a star sapphire? What's that?

Ronald – “Tycho. An asteroid crashed there and broke the moon.

Cindy – “Broke the moon?”

Ronald – “Yeah. It made a crack in the moon a hundred times the size of the Grand Canyon. On the right is the Sea of Tranquility. The First spaceship from Earth landed there the day I was born.

Cindy – “That's why you're so into astrology, right?”

Ronald – “Astronomy. No. It's just... up there... is our future world. By the time I'm my dad's age, people will be living there and working. Maybe even us.

Cindy – “The moon. It looks different now. It's not as mysterious or romantic.”

Ronald – “I'm sorry I ruined it for you.”

Cindy – “You didn't ruin it. You just changed it, I guess.”

In 2017, Can’t Buy Me Love will turn 30. There is no one living and working on the moon. The United States of America can’t even send men into space anymore, with the space shuttle retired in 2011. We have to hitch a ride with the Russians to get into space.


The Wright brothers first flew in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina in 1903, and only 66 years later man walked on the moon. Almost 47 years since this momentous occasion and acceleration in the evolution of mankind, the nation that gave birth to flight and sent men to the moon must rely on its Cold War adversary to get into space.


What happened?


‘Whitey on the Moon’ will tell the story of exactly what happened. It’s not a pretty picture nor is it one many people would feel comfortable telling in public, because it requires being honest about the very subject we are most dishonest about: race and racial differences in intelligence.


Nearly 20 years after I first saw Can’t Buy Me Love, I sat down in a movie theater to watch another Disney production, Tomorrowland.


The movie tells the story of a NASA engineer – Frank Newton - who is tasked with dismantling the space port/launch pad at Cape Canaveral (because America has abandoned space exploration).


His daughter, Casey, is determined to stop this from happening, doing everything she can to sabotage the cranes from taking apart man’s attempt to reach the stars.

In a flashback scene to her childhood, we learn exactly why she was so passionate about stopping the dismantling of Cape Canaveral. As her father (played by Tim McGraw) videotapes her, she points out the stars calling them by name:


Frank: “Okay. Go ahead, sweetie. Do your thing, Casey."

Casey: “That's Sirius. That's Canopus. That's Arcturus. Rigil Kentaurus. Vega, Procyon, Capella, Betelgeuse."

Frank: “And why do you love the stars so much, Casey?”

Casey: “Because I wanna go there.

Frank: “But it's so far away. It'll take a long time. A real long time. What if you get all the way up there, and there's nothing?”

Casey : “What if there's everything?”

Just as when I saw Can’t Buy My Love, the power of the scene in Tomorrowland when Casey (played by Britt Robertson) has successfully sabotaged the cranes taking apart Cape Canaveral piece by piece is exactly why I wrote this book.

Looking back up at the magnificent structure that once would launch ships off of earth and hurtling out of our atmosphere and into space (now slated for tearing down), Casey stares at Cape Canaveral as the night sky and the countless number of stars stare back… seemingly taunting her for believing man had a destiny in the heavens.


In fact, one of 2015’s best movies was Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Though we have no idea what happened, some unexplained cataclysm has wiped out much of humanity, devastating the United States in the process. Matthew McConaughey plays Cooper, a former NASA pilot forced to be a farmer in a world where his skills are but an antiquated reminder of a world that once was. His daughter, Murph, has spent her childhood learning about America’s greatness when it came to space exploration, and her mental aptitude sets her apart from the other students in her class, causing the need for a student/teacher conference.


It’s in this scene we see the same mentality creeping into our world, where the United States must pay the Russians for the privilege of using one of their rockets to launch our astronauts into space:



Teacher: Murph is a great kid. She’s really bright, but she’s been having a little trouble lately. She brought this in to show the other students. The section on the lunar landings.

Cooper: Yeah, it’s one of my old textbooks. She always loved the pictures.

Teacher: It’s an old federal textbook. We’ve replaced them with the corrected versions.

Cooper: Corrected?

Teacher: Explaining how the Apollo missions were faked to bankrupt the Soviet Union.

Cooper: You don’t believe we went to the moon?

Teacher: I believe that it was a brilliant piece of propaganda. That the Soviets bankrupted themselves pouring resources into rockets and other useless machines.

Cooper: Useless machines?

Teacher: And if we don’t want a repeat of the excess and wastefulness of the 20th Century, then we need to teach our kids about this planet — not tales of leaving it.

Cooper: You know, one of those useless machines they used to make was called an MRI. And if we had any of those left, the doctors would have been able to cut the cyst in my wife’s brain before she died, instead of afterwards. And then she would have been the one sitting her listening to this instead of me, which would’ve been good because she was always the calmer one.

The past must be erased, if the future the civil rights movement set us upon turns out to be one far different than the one dreamed of in 1987 Can’t Buy Me Love; the present must be destroyed, if the reality of the civil rights movement failure in devolving civilization becomes clear, which is why Cape Canaveral was being dismantled in 2015 Tomorrowland.

How could white people have gone to the moon with the slide rule and 1950/1960s technology, when untold trillion’s of dollars can’t close the racial gap in achievement between white and black students in 2016 America?

Because as ‘Whitey on the Moon’ will make clear,  the stunning success of NASA was entirely because it was a virtual all-white endeavor: while African-Americans represented 12.1 percent of the classified federal service and 19 percent of the wage board employees in 1963, NASA’s numbers were 1.9% and 4.9%."


Though it would only take the combined efforts of white individuals collectively at NASA eight years  to put a man on the moon after John F. Kennedy said America would beat the Russians, it only took four years after that momentous achievement for liberals to attack the lily-white nature of the agency:



From 1966 to June of this year, NASA’s minority employment increased by only 1.1 percent. The effectiveness of the seven year NASA effort in this field can be gauged by contrasting its current 5.19 percent minority employment figure with the government wide figure of 20 percent.

... NASA has compiled a dismal record with respect to female and minority employment. By now NASA should have learned that institutionalized sexism and racism give way to neither simple pieties nor eloquent declarations of principle. Achieving equitable employment opportunities for women and minorities in large American institutions requires skill, determination and sustained effort, just as a successful space program does. That is a lesson for the 1970s that all major American institutions must learn if the tragedies of the 1960s are to be avoided in this country's future."[3]

To the insane liberal mind, white people putting a man on the moon was somehow the ultimate symbol of racism, because they did it without any contributions from non-whites (with NASA even defying pushes to diversify its employees). If we are to return to the stars, we must look up to the heavens and feel no shame in stating our future is there, and not the ruins of our civilization found in 83 percent black Detroit.

Our future is the stars. Let this book be but a lesson in the momentary impediment to reaching our destination.






[2] Paul, Richard, and Steven Moss. We Could Not Fail: The First African Americans in the Space Program. University of Texas. 2015. p. 113-114
[3] Racism, Sexism, and Space Ventures, Washington Post, November 24, 1973


74 comments:

Anonymous said...

In the real future, our textbooks won't say the Apollos were faked to bankrupt the Soviets -- they'll say we did it to keep all that money away from the poor, poor negroes.

Anonymous said...

The negro is destructive on so many levels. Not only the violence and rank degeneracy, but also the massive financial drain upon its host nations.

Anonymous said...

PK said How could white people have gone to the moon with the slide rule and 1950/1960s technology, when untold trillion’s of dollars can’t close the racial gap in achievement between white and black students in 2016 ?

One was a difficult task, and the other is an impossible task.

Zimri said...

*We* broke the moon. Those who were good at STEM didn't struggle hard enough at it, and those who weren't as good at it didn't value those who were. So we took the easy classes and went SJW, because that was easier.

Can't blame the blacks for that. Abernathy and King made noise but it was we who chose to listen to that noise. (As ReactionaryFuture has been pointing out lately.)

It's time we mended this crack. There is still time.

Anonymous said...

I'm not a big Matthew McConaughey fan, but I just might have to see Interstellar now.

Anonymous said...

Pre-feminized America reached for the stars, amassed the minds and resources necessary to make space exploration possible... Yes there were protesters bleating for welfare spending instead of space exploration; why wouldn't there be? The Underman cannot appreciate what does not include him.

Pre-feminized America more or less ignored the parasites and their advocates. Pre-feminized America appreciated and felt included in the monumental achievements of the space program.

Feminized post-America now declares that the parasitic Underman is as "American" as any astronaut, any Founding Father. Feminized post-America declares that maintaining the lessers among us is our raison d'etre, our holy calling.

I wish some reporter would ask front-runner Trump about NASA...

Deus Vult

Anonymous said...

worth a glance--the Black slave owners----

http://takimag.com/article/did_africans_sell_africans_into_slavery_lets_ask_some_africans_jim_goad#axzz42HqdMkwr

Anonymous said...

Well, shoot. I thought Tomorrowland was going to be chock-full of liberal claptrap, same for Interstellar. I might have to find time to watch them after all now that I've seen evidence that they're not.

After reading that depressing reminder that we can't even get ourselves into space nowadays, I wonder (though it's admittedly low priority for me) what President Trump's plans for NASA are. At the very least, I imagine that the federal funding to perpetually-failing crony capitalists like SpaceX will come to a screeching halt.

dondiego said...

P.K- your A.N.Z.U.S mate here... can you please please please send me this, and any other books in the hard or soft cover.

My thanks for your work, will send an email if the server in the old country comes right and lets me~

Anonymous said...

The negroes should be on the moon. We can send them there in huge space ships. We can include basketballs, hoops, chickens, watermelons and quite a few over weight white women. Everyone will be happy.

skybill said...

As the late Frank Gallop would say in his Throaty, Baritone voice...,"R-E-A-L-L-Y-!!!" Now Kiddies...The Idea propagated that we did "NOT" go to the MOON is ...well...Bullshit!! Going up in a rocket, orbiting the Earth and Landing may be accepted by the deniers,....But...Leaving our bounds and going to the moon?? Don't you think that would have been quite a Hoax to be perpatrated by the powers that be in the mid 60's?? Really!!
I Personally shook the hands of Gene Stafford , Cernan and Young...The 3 Astronauts that splashed down 20 minutes from my ship the USS Princeton LPH-5 on that crystal clear daybreak in mid May of 1969!!! I was on Deck and "SAW!!" the Capsule with the 3 men in it doing it's re-entry, looking like a burning metorite coming thru the atmosphere!!
Yeah, we Faked It!!! and JOEMOMMAIZAMONKEY!!!!!
BTW on the way back to the States, Me and My fellow shipmates got to see Jimi Hendrix at the Waikiki Shell in Honolulu HI .....A BLAST!!!!!!
Blue skies, Black Death!!!!,
III%,
skybill.....PR-2 Deli, V-6 Div. USS Princeton LPH-5 "Apollo X Pick up Ship 1969"

Anonymous said...

For once, PK, I have to disagree with you: our goal shouldn't be finding ways to put Whitey back on the moon, or in the stars, it should be to send all the negroes there.

;)

D-FENS said...

By my calculations, each negro costs us at least $5000 a year in direct costs. This doesn't include higher insurance costs or the cost of a long commute to live groid-free.

Anonymous said...

Orcs didn't even invent the wheel in Africa; no fossil record. That's your nog IQ at work!

ot: here's why you better vote Trump! Anyone else will result in a flood of these events across the country very soon:

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/crime/fl-pompano-failed-kidnapping-20160307-story.html

Malcolm Ex-Lax said...

The Apollo landing was an amazing achievement. Some of you out there have laptops which have more computing power than Mission Control had in the entire complex in the summer of 1969. In another few years, (assuming we make it that far) there will be smartphones that have the equivalent capabilities of an Apple MacBook or Lenovo ThinkPad. Some of the freeware out there is also pretty awesome. Sketchup is a CAD drawing program that allows you to render 3D models of anything. If you can imagine it, you can model it. Furniture, cabinets, you can even design a whole house. Or you can take the blueprints or assembly drawings for an existing object and render a model. I'm doing that with the assembly diagram of an old fire truck I plan to start working on later this year. Nothing compares to the rumble of a Detroit Diesel.

Malcolm Ex-Lax

Anonymous said...

Re Anon 7:57 PM

The negro is destructive on so many levels. Not only the violence and rank degeneracy, but also the massive financial drain upon its host nations.

Exactly right and spot-on. But an even more telling barometer of black behaviour is available outside of blacks and their parasitical existence in the West. There is not a single country in the entire world under majority black rule where corruption and violence are considered to be out of the norm. Look at Zimbabwe/Rhodesia; once considered to be the breadbasket of Africa, today its farms lie fallow and it has to import food and white farmers are being systenatically evicted and killed (tortured to death). Look at South Africa; under aparteid everyone had jobs and the country had a vibrant economy. But under ANC the country has degenerated into chaos, the currency is de-valued, and whites are persecuted for being white. Look at Ghana/Rwanda/the Congo/Nigeria/Somalia/Ivory Coast.....corruption, violence, poverty, slavery still in practice.

If there were but ONE place on Earth under majority black rule where society was peaceful and prosperous, the liberal DWL media would harangue the rest of the entire world to adopt the laws & policies of that country. We would know more about the history & policies of that country than any other country on the globe-certainly more than of the USA because racisim.

Of course, such a country does not exist, except in Hollywood. Eddie Murphy's comedy Coming To America has a fictional African country called Zamunda, where everyone appears law-abiding & prosperous, well-dressed and happy. As a comedy I find the scenes staged in Zamunda to be the funniest of all because they are so fantastically removed from reality. One must wonder how they deal with refugees from the rest of the shithole that is Africa.

Anonymous said...

I'm reminded of when negroes protested a space launch by showing up in a horse or mule drawn wagon and complaining that the money spent on space exploration should be spent instead on negroes. Secondly, the video where the homeless broke ass negress with 10 or 12 worthless chilluns in Florida is screeching that "sumbody gots to take responsibility for all dis! Sumbody gots to pay for all dis!" while pointing at her brood. Third, the video of the negress at some political rally for Obama excitedly crowing that when Obama was elected, she wouldn't have to worry about paying her mortgage no more or paying to put gas in her car. Negroes really are that worthless both to themselves and to the nation and world yet expect to be subsidized and propped up as if they had any value. Supply them with everything they want or need or they get pissed off and start popping their eyes at everyone and complaining.

All of that is bad enough but they want to be included and represented in any endeavor that whites are engaged in even though they haven't the knowledge, skills, abilities or intelligence to participate. Thus, token negroes are put in place so negroes can feel good about themselves even though that feeling is based on lies and pretense. It's just a way to shut them up for the most part but then they strut around and crow like some jungle savage who's declared himself to be a General and covered his uniform with dozens of unearned medals. It's the negroes "looksatme" mentality on full display. Other races laugh at them but the negro is mostly oblivious to that because they're too busy strutting around feeling all important and sheeit. Worse yet, the government puts them in government Affirmative Action jobs far in excess of their percentage of the population to artificially create a fake black middle class so their failures as a people won't be so glaringly obvious.

Negroes are nature's clowns and I really wish this circus would leave town and never return.





Anonymous said...

Hey, all is not lost. We invented that special paint for the Atlanta transit system, the one where urine does or doesn't splash back on you. I forgot the formula.

rent slave said...

An addition to the subtitle should be:WHEN NASA BECAME MASSA

Anonymous said...

History will be changed to suit the screeching negro. Like the monuments to those that fought the wars in Americas history, the space programs will have to be eliminated from our national memories.
The race that flew in the Gemini and Apollo space programs must be eliminated or proven to be a huge national deception.
We can have an advancing civilization or we can have negroes, but we can't have both.

J.J.

Anonymous said...

On a conservative blog a Black commented about how Blacks built everything and Whites ripped off the ideas and patents and all this BS, rewriting history. It seems the Blacks are coming out in force, on blogs, wherever, to wipe Whites and White accomplishments off the face of the earth.

The black lies matter terror group has put up a site selling combat gear, getting ready to fight YT, and they also posted in Arabic. They are targeting mudslymes to help eliminate us.

If the GOP steals the nomination ftom Trump, and it looks like they will, then Whites have no hope.

PaintJob Theory said...

I've seen some very compelling evidence to suggest that the "moon landing" that Americans witnessed in the 1960's was phony. It has been suggested that we may well have put men on the moon but what we have been shown is not how we did it. There's a lot of off the wall bullshit surrounding this topic, but also some genuine scientific arguments and obviously doctored or otherwise bogus photographs which have been presented to us as legitimate.

If you know somebody who is involved with R&D in the military, they will tell you that the state of the art technology that the government possesses is 30-50 years ahead of what we are shown. For example, by the time we see a press release on a new weapons or surveillance system that system has likely been in prototype stages for a couple decades already and theory has been in development for longer still. It is highly probable that UFOs are just highly advanced secret military technology. The Air Force has egg-heads who are such shut ins and social misfits that given books, CAD software, and a laboratory would happily live their whole life in some underground base and just tinker with incredibly advanced toys. I know guys like this, that if they didn't have to work or eat, they would simply tinker and invent round the clock content to just amuse their own curiosity with as little human interaction as possible.

In the larger scheme of economic and social control, a colossal welfare state and a space program serve largely the same goals. The same social and economic goals achieved by pyramid building. Both serve as somewhat of a war surrogate, employing the otherwise unemployable, and having the ability to arbitrarily inject currency into the system to regulate economic activity. In days gone by a good war with a draft and some good meat-grinder type battles serves much better since it is a great excuse to eliminate the dumb, brutish, and other useless eaters. The book "Report from Iron Mountain" is alleged to be a hoax, but I would suggest that it very thoughtfully analyzes the issue of why we always seem to have wars and what would happen to societies without them. Good food for thought anyway.

BRA is not done for the benefit of blacks, but for the benefit of the elite as a means to an end to achieve total control, the "great work". As Pat suggested a day or two ago, the negro will likely not survive this century because we are hurtling towards one of two ends, either breeding a slave class of half caste mongrels, or a back-against-the-wall pushback by whites to rid ourselves of the "white man's burden" once and for all. I suspect either will require a bit more time, and both will be postponed until other agendas have been achieved to which the weaponized negro is a means to an end. Socialism and gun control, for example, are both goals of those who rule us and the religion of paint-job theory and presence of negroes justifies both (they would be unjustifiable without blacks).

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PaintJob Theory said...

........continued


I'd like to think that the latter option would be the sane choice since history shows the folly of too small of a ruling class falling into degeneracy from inbreeding and I would suspect that even more important than money and power would be living forever. Negroes will certainly not allow us to create technology which allows humans to live for 200 years or more. Perhaps the long game is some combination of the two, where we will keep some half castes around for slavery, depopulate the population of whites to "sustainable" levels and proceed from there?

If we do not have it now, I guarantee some brainiac is working on a tailored virus that will effect certain groups. IIRC there was a Heinlein book where the Chinese invaded America and the salvation was a disease that someone invented that only killed Chinamen. I would bet my life savings that somebody is working on this as we speak if it does not already exist. Some have suggested that AIDS is such a thing, but I would counter that by saying that if it was supposed to be that whoever invented it should lose their job for incompetence because it's not making a dent in our negro problem.

Sorry for the long rant, but I've spent a lot of time thinking about and discussing the topic of our space program and why we no longer pursue it despite the technological fruits and long term potential for humanity as a whole.

Anonymous said...

Gotta get Trump in; he should say he'll get an American man back in space. Inspire us!

Also, to help Trump I think Americans near the border should start building the wall TODAY!! Run out with some friends to a border area; start piling bricks, etc. Film and put on Youtube for Trump. If many groups do this up and down the border, although small, it will show we support his goal.

Grab some friends, some cinder blocks, a cooler of beer, and head to the border.

Start Trump's wall NOW!!

Anonymous said...

@ our Malcclm,

Those phones are hear now. The Iphone 6s has 64 bit chipset, 128gb solid-state drive and other features. It is phenomenal. If voice software keeps improving, who will need a keyboard. Just look at the Ipad pro. You can do everything you talked about with one of those. Everything. The tools to design anything are there, it only takes the will to do it. That is all we need. Will and political power.

Anonymous said...

In the real future? Negroes already did that in the "real past". In the 1960s, according to Atlantic Magazine, negro newspapers criticized the Apollo program, suggesting that the money be better spent on GibsMeDat.

Anonymous said...

Very good flick .... You will enjoy it.

Anonymous said...

Maybe segregated space exploration may be the only way to go for some people after the dindu population becomes unbearable.

They can't be changed, it is always up to whitey to think up a solution, offer a compromise, pay out of his own pocket, move to safer locales, etc. etc. etc. Whitey is the independent variable that is always subject to some sort of change.

I would love it if we left these useless beasts behind, but what a horrible fate to leave the Earth. I'm sure nature has a reset button (what happened to the dinosaurs?) but do we really want to wait that long? Do we want to wait for aliens to find us, rather than the other way around?

I had to stop reading once it got to the forced integration and dilution of expertise at that organization.

And blacks aren't just a dead-weight- they actually get in the way and cause problems because they like to be in charge and to put on a confident front. This is disastrous when actual results are on the line and when people are made to face consequences. The negro is pure Teflon when it comes to responsibility and accountability. You can't win, it's like wasting your time fighting with the tar baby while he is laughing in your face the whole time. You will often find that for the sake of your mental health that it is best to cut your losses.

Space exploration and discovery may be best left up to private enterprise until the gov. can finally get off its diversity kick. While that may seem like a long way into the future, realize that over the past few years, armies of former liberals have turned realist. Whites have endless curiousity and are good for more than finding ways to fix the negro and make him feel more comfortable. Let's redirect those well intentioned efforts towards something that actually matters.

Anonymous said...

it's my understanding that we no longer even make our own rocket engines, we buy them aboard

We outsourced everything

The present is awful & the future is not looking any better

instead of "Lost in space" we are "Last in Space"

The future belongs to others

/H hypie out H\

Anonymous said...

They'd go voluntarily with the right advertising: "On the moon, everyone can jump like Jordan."

Anonymous said...

I was watching the movie "The Martian" last night and realized the ending of that movie couldn't have played out in the real world.

Putting aside the fact that NASA won't be leading expeditions to Mars for the foreseeable decades, and that the astrophysicist that calculated the rescue mission would not be an African in America...

In the movie, we see huge crowds of people nervously watching TV screens of the rescue in New York, London, and China. Aside from China, the crowds are purposely made to appear as "diverse" as possible. (Funny, Ridley Scott didn't flash to a huge crowd gathered in Lagos, Nigeria watching the rescue.)

In the real world imagine the outcry by the BLM and SJW crowd if NASA said they were going to spend untold extra billions of dollars to fund a crew of 4 white people (and 1 Mexican-American) to go rescue a single white man left on Mars. "Don't waste our money on one whitey! It was whitey's stupidity that left him behind, not ours. Spend it on us!," they'd cry. Even if NASA was reconstituted, do you think future president Malia Obama would permit the expense for an extra rescue mission for a lone white man? Do you think the majority of Democrats in congress would, knowing it would upset their black voter base? Do you even think a manned mission to Mars could take place without at least a couple black astronauts in the crew?

Instead of the picture of America uniting as one to pull for the rescue of the astronaut, marveling at the cutting edge of human achievement, you'd instead have BLM demonstrations in every city, full of mule carts and allusions to the "legacy of slavery".

To me, "The Martian" was almost more of an "alternate reality" film than "Tommorowland", because most of its viewers (and likely its director) didn't know it to be one. In our world, for every person glued to their TVs watching the rescue, there would be an angry black protestor condemning it. DWLs would be stewing in cognitive dissonance. On one hand, they'd be loving their holy NASA and "Science!", but on the other hand they'd know they were upsetting their precious #BlackLivesMatter by supporting the Mars mission.

But who are we kidding? If there was a manned mission to Mars, nobody would return, because instead of an entire crew of fast-thinking, adapt-on-they-fly people led by a competent commander, you'd have a slow-witted black commander unwilling to listen to the pleas of his/her white and/or Asian underlings. This mission would end in utter disaster.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of the movie "Coming To America" and the hysterically laughable and imaginary negro country of Zamunda, what I found even funnier was when the film received an "Image Award" from some black organization. Sho nuff, ya'll dun made us looks good! The movie also played into the American negroes fantasy that they were all kings and queens and sheeit back in the motherland and even commoners were living in clean, wholesome and safe cities, towns and villages. The movie was about as realistic as the Wizard of Oz but negroes ate it up like it was a documentary. It's all part and parcel of the negroes desperate, frantic and rather pathetic attempt to portray themselves as something they never were and never will be.

A more realistic movie would be one taken from the numerous historical accounts of Arabs and Europeans who travelled to Africa "back in the day." I'd suggest a movie about the Congo and how the negroes lived like prehistoric hunter gatherers and even had a thriving trade in captive negro children who would be sold to other tribes for the purpose of being eaten after they were fattened up by other negroes. Of course, negroes would denounce it all as lies and racism.

Mutant Swarm said...

Malcolm Ex-Lax said...

The Apollo landing was an amazing achievement. Some of you out there have laptops which have more computing power than Mission Control had in the entire complex in the summer of 1969. In another few years, (assuming we make it that far) there will be smartphones that have the equivalent capabilities of an Apple MacBook or Lenovo ThinkPad. Some of the freeware out there is also pretty awesome. Sketchup is a CAD drawing program that allows you to render 3D models of anything. If you can imagine it, you can model it. Furniture, cabinets, you can even design a whole house. Or you can take the blueprints or assembly drawings for an existing object and render a model. I'm doing that with the assembly diagram of an old fire truck I plan to start working on later this year. Nothing compares to the rumble of a Detroit Diesel.

Malcolm Ex-Lax

March 8, 2016 at 5:19 AM
____________________________________

I was the IT support guy at my old job (because I opened my mouth and said I'd taken a few computer courses, what a mistake). I once got told by my supervisor to change the signature on my work e-mails. It read, "You are currently using more computer power than was available to the inventors of the atomic bomb."

Guess he thought it a some sort of terrorist threat.

(BTW, love that screen name!)

Anonymous said...

I actually don't care about space exploration.

I would just like to see us visit earth. Explore and study the people that live there. Start with Africa and study their evolutionary history.

Most White people are not on planet earth. Both liberals and conservatives live in a false world and get angry at us for pointing this out. But at the same time we're expected to pay for any failed plans.

http://www.freep.com/story/opinion/editorials/2016/02/11/editorial-charter-schools/80199242/

Anonymous said...

Don't forget, America 2016 is a race war in slow motion. Think about it.

There is only one way to turn our current losing streak around,

President Trump.

AZ Ray said...

PK, this is the subject dearest to my heart & the one that causes me the greatest anguish..

European man was MEANT to go to the stars. That is why the gods created us. For the universe to know itself & for us to become one with it..

Now?.. We have been denied our destiny. I remember watched with breathless wonder all of the Apollo missions as a child (I was 7 at the time of Apollo 11). I TRULY believed that by the year 2000 we would have bases on the moon & would have been to Mars?. Clarkes-Kubrick's vision from "2001 a space odyssey" was a logical extrapolation of what people THOUGHT was coming..

Now?. We have been denied our birthright. Our lands inundated with the third world. We trivialize our lives with inane entertainments, devoid of any meaning or wonder. We are burdened with "people" who never dream or aspire to anything beyond what lies below their belt..

European man & his dreams are a candle in the darkness of a demon haunted world (to paraphrase Sagan), & that candle is on the verge of blowing out..

Anonymous said...

Uh, people... you do know it's about to warm up out there and that means the Americanus Negroidus will be coming out of its semi-Winter hibernation. It will be hungry, angry, and heavily armed. It will be looking to chimpout ASAP and kill Whitey. It will also be ready to continue the city-leveling rioting it started in Baltimore and Ferguson.

Guaranteed.

Its a pile of gunpowder just waiting for a spark...

Prepare, it's almost here...

Anonymous said...

I've always said that if I took a ship to Mars, I wouldn't be able to get out of the fucking ship because there would be a damn nig blocking the door counting his change. They are not only everywhere, they insist on getting in the way.

I truly believe that the best kept "secret" is that the negro is the missing link. They've probably known this for some time but it's an unspeakable truth.

Anonymous said...

off topic --- in the humor department---

South Africa is notorious for an extraordinarily high violent crime rate (although part of this may be due to better crime reporting than most developing countries).

Anonymous said...

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I'm reminded of when negroes protested a space launch by showing up in a horse or mule drawn wagon and complaining that the money spent on space exploration should be spent instead on negroes-- NAACP--ralph Abernathy.

The 1960s, blacks went to Dc to demand money and had a tent city.

Stuff Black People Don't Like said...

Thought on "The Martian":

I read the book and enjoyed; the politically correct casting wasn't AS BAD as I anticipated when I watched it a few days ago.

Sean Bean was scandalously underused in the movie, but at least he lived. Matt Damon was enjoyable, as was his flight team.

Agree with you on the final scenes from New York City and London: Muslims would be targeting both of these viewings for attack, and minorities would be protesting save one lone white boy on Mars, instead of saving poor, innocent blacks in Flint, Michigan, and making sure they have drinking water.

In all seriousness, this is what happened on July 16, 1969 in Cape Canaveral. I can't recommend 'Whitey on the Moon' enough.

Anonymous said...

Good point, PK. I didn't even venture into what the Muslim world would be up to if "The Martian" happened in the real world. Aside from the easy targets the viewing crowds would make for terrorists in Western cities, there might be big crowds out in Muslim countries too. Not to cheer the rescue on, of course, but to raucously celebrate if and when the mission failed.

That reminds of a DWL I know who recently thought he was being clever by saying, "All it would take for all the world's religions and factions to get along would be a big ol' alien invasion like in 'Independence Day'". To which I replied that Muslims wouldn't suddenly start praying in the streets alongside Jews like in the movie, nor would they willingly offer help to fight the aliens. The Muslim world would see an alien invasion as an opportunity to attack the civilized world while their guard was down dealing with the alien problem.

Californian said...

I'm not a big Matthew McConaughey fan, but I just might have to see Interstellar now.

Interstellar is a pro-White movie. It not only shows White people reaching for the stars, but also using higher levels of intelligence to overcome dilemmas.

Ex New Yorker said...

My theory on why the moon missions stopped is they found no oil, gold, silver or copper. When King Bush the Moron talked about going to Mars I suspected it was because they were still hoping to find oil. We can bring in a bunch of cheap shit from China and trade it to the Martians for oil or anything else they might have we can rip them off for. It might take a while to get the Martians interested in electric can openers and lawn furniture. After the Martian oil fields are set up then we can build the condos and golf courses. Mars might also be a good tourist attraction now that the Muslims have taken over Europe.

Ratchet said...

It would be nice if $5000 would cover it. I seriously doubt it would.

Anonymous said...

Just to play Devil's Advocate, what if the USA had cut our foreign aid to nations by 50% (it should be eliminated completely), and cut our defense budget in half (stop protecting Saudia Arabia, etc without them paying), could we have had our hand-fed herd of savage n*ggers AND a space program?

Just wondering what you think when you look at the big picture.

Or was it really because of n*ggers that we aren't on Mars?

Anonymous said...

My day isn't complete unless I come here, read, and comment.

Thanks PK!!

Ex New Yorker said...

Back in NY during the 60's one of my best friends was a magazine writer and journalist. He wrote a story for one of the biggest magazines in the country. It was about the SAC Bases (Strategic Air Command). He traveled around the country to different bases which also included missile launch bases. Upon arrival he would meet the base Commanding Officer. They would talk for awhile and than a trooper would drive him around the base in a jeep and he would interview others.

At the end of the day he would stop at the CO's office to say goodbye. The CO was totally fucking drunk and could just barely walk. It was the same at EVERY BASE he visited. At the end of the day the Commander was completely shit faced. These were the guys protecting us from the Russians. Of course when the article was printed everything about the drunk Commanders was left out of the story.

I asked if that bothered him and he told me when he was in the service he served two years in Berlin as a language expert in Army Intelligence. They knew for a fact that all the Russian Generals were also outrageous drunks.

I wonder if any of those Generals ended up at NASA.

FlowerBell said...

The moon reminds me of a powdered-sugar dusted pancake.
Happy Pancake Day everyone!

Anonymous said...

I am enraged at all the money - our tax dollars! - that has been utterly wasted on negroes decade after decade after decade. With each dollar thrown at them they devolve lower and lower as a life form and wreak more havoc. While doing this, we have abandoned worthy and noble pursuits that would enhance and enrich mankind and our planet. The space program is just one notable example of MANY. Negroes are a curse of infinite magnitude. How any sane person cannot see this is beyond me. Must be nice to see the world as you want it to be or think it should be, rather than as what it really is and really can be. I don't have that "gift" (rose-colored glasses).

NJ Woman

P. S. To Anon who noted Stevie Wonder's "Songs In The Key of Life" as a comparable achievement to Pet Sounds. I begrudgingly allow that it was a good album, though with several lackluster songs and one downright irritating ("Isn't She Lovely" was like nails on a chalkboard for me). Remarkable achievement for a negro.

CENTURION (aka "Shots Rang Out") said...

Feed the negro or travel through space.

Pick one.

D-FENS said...

One of the persons discussed in WOTM was acting NASA administrator George Low who was tasked with increasing women and minorities in NASA. Years before JFK's moon speech, Low was one of the key architects of how a manned lunar landing could be achieved.

Charles Murray, a race realist, wrote what many space aficionados consider the best book on the Apollo Program. Murray goes into great detail about Low's attention to detail and the importance of technical excellence as a top concern. Finding more negroes must have tested Low's integrity (probably NOT a race realist) to the limit. I wonder if it was a factor in his decision to leave NASA.

After leaving NASA, Low became the president of the university where he had received his undergraduate and graduate degrees. I attended the same university when Low was president (signed my diploma!). He was quiet but cordial just as described in Murray's book.

Today that university is led by a negress who has made diversity a priority, has had repeated clashes with the faculty, demanded that a new home for the president be built and is the highest paid president of a private university. She presided over an ambitious construction program that has degraded the university's credit rating.

Several alumni are livid or despondent and refuse to make any donations while she is president.

George Low is probably turning over in his grave.

D-FENS said...

"Just to play Devil's Advocate, what if the USA had cut our foreign aid to nations by 50% (it should be eliminated completely), and cut our defense budget in half (stop protecting Saudia Arabia, etc without them paying), could we have had our hand-fed herd of savage n*ggers AND a space program?"

There would NEVER be enough for the gibsmedats.

Note that our "defense" budget should also include veterans programs, intelligence agencies, Dept. Of Energy which manages nuclear weapons and defense wastes as well as a proportional share of the debt incurred for these programs. Real defense spending is probably twice what is attributed to the DOD.

Anonymous said...

Yes we gave up our future by throwing our resources away on the very virus that is destroying us.

Anonymous said...

I hope that, one day, blogs like this will be referred to in history lessons as an oasis of sanity in a world previously gone mad. At least there will be a record that not everyone was insane and some actually knew the truth.
As it currently stands, we're like those individuals who tried to tell people the earth was indeed round not flat and who were subsequently demonized as heretics and reviled by the ignorant populace. Or like scientists who state that fossils are millions of years old only to be attacked by religious zealots/nuts claiming the earth is only 6000 years old.
The Age of Reason has given way to the Age of Delusion and its high priests are liberals. May it pass quickly.

Johnny See said...

Was going to write, but anon @6:47 pm nailed it.
IMHO we are as a group not as evolved as we like to think.
Rockets and iphones notwithstanding....
It is my considered opinion that we realists are likely the most evolved of our group.
I choose to follow Trump.
My call, please make yours.
Avoid the groid.

Anonymous said...

I've mentioned it before but I'll say it again: gather the family 'round and watch "From the Earth to the Moon" miniseries. Don't have it? Buy it then. It's a complete testament to Whitey's tenacity to dream, innovate, build and achieve. The episodes are awesome and very well done. And no blacks except one bullshit scene where a NASA PR guy is talking to some black 'journalists' or some shit in one episode. You won't be disappointed, especially with the episode regarding the fire that killed the Apollo 1 crew. Bedwetting liberal asswipe Walter Mondale wanted to kill the Apollo program and divert the money instead to Starving Blacks Who Live In Poverty™. He ended up losing that fight.

Awakened white said...


I'm not a big Matthew McConaughey fan, but I just might have to see Interstellar now. It's pretty good. I would see it. Btw 9:37 I'm ready too.

Anonymous said...

To D-FENS:

So you are an alumnus of RPI. One of my children graduated from RPI a couple of years ago. You are correct about her efforts at "die-versifying" RPI because whenever we traveled to the campus to visit our child, her efforts were easily visible. I was always surprised that there were so many that could attempt to maintain their status as undergraduates. But, as is the case at other universities, more "modern" subjects of study have been "injected" into the body of the RPI. At the same time, the "ghetto" surrounding RPI (during her tenure) has become more active in its typical activities whenever large groups of young, naive, relatively prosperous white students are nearby <-- mainly the rape and murder rates for the city of Troy for such crimes committed against students on the campus has definitively "accelerated"!

Mr. Rational said...

If the GOP steals the nomination ftom Trump, and it looks like they will, then Whites have no hope.

On the contrary.  Both the Democrap and Rethuglican pols who steal office from Americans are highly vulnerable, as are their families.  Attack them and their donors.  When they learn the price they must pay for their perfidy, they (or rather, the survivors) will stop behaving so badly.

I've seen some very compelling evidence to suggest that the "moon landing" that Americans witnessed in the 1960's was phony.

No you haven't.  What you have seen is not "evidence".  The cost of faking the evidence is immensely greater than the cost of landing men on Luna... which was technically feasible as early as WWII.

It has been suggested that we may well have put men on the moon but what we have been shown is not how we did it.

Take it from an engineer:  that is EXACTLY how they did it.  All the numbers work out.

Bird of Paradise said...

Text books today pretty well much are lying to the students its less on education and more on Indoctrination/Brainwashing them I mean telling them we stole the west coast from mexico or that backyard BBQ's and SUV's are cuasing Global Warming or McDonalds is destroying the Rainforests(Lies,lies,lies)and we heard back in about 1998 the rainforests are doing fine but kids minds are so easly mislead by the leftists NEA

Anonymous said...

Mr. Rational said ”Anonymous said - If the GOP steals the nomination ftom Trump, and it looks like they will, then Whites have no hope.

On the contrary.  Both the Democrap and Rethuglican pols who steal office from Americans are highly vulnerable, as are their families.  Attack them and their donors.  When they learn the price they must pay for their perfidy, they (or rather, the survivors) will stop behaving so badly. . . “


Mr. Rational is correct. As long as we are breathing there is hope. We may reach the point where more direct action than voting is necessary. I'm much happier to be a white person who is mentally and physically equipped to deal with this problem than than I would be if I was a black being temporarily coddled by the government – that would be phuking depressing.

Steve Smith said...

My father worked at the Space Center for close to 40 years and was there for all aspects of the Apollo 11 mission. He confirms that yes, we did go to the moon. What the American people were told is 100% correct and no, there was absolutely no help from Morgan Freeman or any other magic negros. In fact, the only negros there at the time were janitors or cafeteria workers.

Steve Smith said...

Another random thought: less than 30 days after landing on the moon, whites orchestrated a huge music and art festival in upstate New York. Over a half million people communed for 3 days.

To my knowledge, there was no violence (unless you want to count Pete Townsend smashing his guitar), shots didn't 'ring out'. To my knowledge, it was a peaceful gathering.

Do you think we would have had this at a (c)rap show?

D-FENS said...

@ 5:58 anon:

Yup. RPI was not a fun place. But I'm glad I went there. As an alum, I really would like to contribute. But I think Shirley has several more years in her contract. She is good at getting publicity as the corporate and academic worlds swoon over the first black woman to get a PhD. in nuclear physics from MIT. She is definitely in the talented tenth. But this experience also shows that even the talented tenth can wreak havoc.

My senior year, tuition was about $5000/year and my starting salary was $25K. Today, tuition at most private universities is about $50k with a starting salary for a typical engineer about $75K.

RPI is very good at placing graduates. I had no trouble even at the depths of a severe recession. I hope your son/daughter was successful.

Anonymous said...

In a former life I was a liberal.

No matter how many times I was made to listen to exerpts of Martin Luther King's speeches,  I tried to understand that the actions of many of the blacks I was forced to be around weren't the spiritual heirs of a supposedly great man.

No matter how many times I told my mother she was wrong when she referred to some people as "niggers", I was bussed 45 minutes away to school  where I was practically terrorized by blacks (I was on the one bus with white kids sent to this hellhole). Needless to say, things didn't get easier in middle or high school,  though the schools I attended became much whiter.

For many years I was conflicted, being that racism was to be fought and rooted out, all the while I knew the problem was not me, my racism,  my people, their racism,  etc... My military years weren't notable, although having graduated in '89 I heard of a change in the military I'd joined, but didn't put things in perspective for some time still. I saw blacks get away with acting in ways that would've had whites in big trouble.

I even found out the hard way that underqualified no-accounts could rise to positions of authority and use that authority to get people into trouble for untrue stories because some races are naturally agressive, perpetually angry, etc... Blacks again!

Though I went to college in about as liberal a program as one could,  I tried to toe the line even though I had private reservations about the abilities of blacks as them being generally fools at best. 

I finally came to read this blog,  and check out other things which led from here as well as finding things on my own.  It was only recently that I understood my general "liberal" feelings while having an intense distrust for and avoidance of black people. It's that in a natural society of men and women I would consider countrymen, it would not have blacks at all!

I realized that the compassion must be doled out in a more dilute solution for outsiders eventually leading to rare acts of compassion for the truly alien. The ability to appreciate and to reciprocate in kind or to show gratitude is also to be human.  There is a cargo-cult level mentalitied species living among us which can only take, in regards to their general population. They take, but never give collectively and very rarely give to society as individuals (and then in inconsequential fashion).

I'm still liberal,  I just want to have intelligent and spirited debate with people who don't believe as I do because we can be civil as some races can't.  I want to live in a country that will always work towards advancing its people,  not dying because it has bought into finances over families, and to diluting its birthright for a peon mud-people to populate the sham of a nation it has become. I really wish I could argue politics with the neighbor who didn't believe as I did after we discussed the latest marvel OUR PEOPLE created out of sheer ingenuity which has never been seen outside our people!

Liberal for us, wary as hell of the others!

Anonymous said...

"To infinity...and beyond!" ~ Buzz Lightyear

PaintJob Theory said...

Looks like I offended a lot of people by questioning their moon landing. Odd how any form of dumping on religious faiths seems to go without comment here, but point out that some obviously phony pictures are passed off as a real moon landing and a few of you guys are as upset as if I told a five year old there was no Santa Claus.

I suppose the same government who tells us that "diversity is our strength" and managed to keep a lid on the Manhattan Project certainly wouldn't lie to us about anything important and can't keep important secrets. Don't ask too many questions and definitely do not question what "everybody" knows to be true. Ignorance is strength, war is peace, and freedom is slavery.

Mr. Rational said...

Looks like I offended a lot of people by questioning their moon landing. Odd how any form of dumping on religious faiths seems to go without comment here, but point out that some obviously phony pictures are passed off as a real moon landing and a few of you guys are as upset as if I told a five year old there was no Santa Claus.

"2001" was obviously phony, even to little me when I saw it (yes, I saw it when it was first-run).  But here is a professional film-maker telling you that the film technology of the day was unable to fake the landings.

Old CRC handbooks have all the details like Hohmann trajectory data, the specific impulse of fuel/oxidizer combinations and most of the other things you need to calculate what it takes to get into lunar orbit, land on the moon, get back up again and boost back to Earth.  Heaps and heaps of this rely on just one equation:

ΔV = V(exh) * ln (M(initial)/M(final))

I've run lots of these numbers, because I was an astronaut-wannabe up roughly through college.  They all work out.  What is YOUR supposed smoking gun to prove they're wrong?  If men didn't land on the moon, how did all the laser retroreflectors appear at the "faked" Apollo landing sites?  You can't deny they exist, they get "pinged" regularly up to this day to measure the Earth-Moon distance.

More to the point, if the US faked the moon landings, why didn't the Soviet Union expose the fraud to gain all that international prestige for itself?

I would not be surprised if the whole "men never landed on the moon" thing is KGB subversion, demoralizing the American people by denying their most significant triumph over communism.  That makes you a communist tool, by the way.  Which is ironic, since "racism" also entered English through KGB subversion.

Anonymous said...

"Another random thought: less than 30 days after landing on the moon, whites orchestrated a huge music and art festival in upstate New York. Over a half million people communed for 3 days."


BULLSHIT.

It wasn't organized by whites.

http://www.interfaithfamily.com/arts_and_entertainment/popular_culture/The_Hidden_Jewish_History_of_Woodstock.shtml

And whites were a disproportionately small proportion of the musicians, with the usual suspects being way over represented.

Nobody "communed" at Max Yasgur's milchik farm. The thing was organized by Jewish music promoters and investors to milk the white children of white WWII vets for as much money as possible.

http://www.cracked.com/article/116_5-facts-about-woodstock-hippies-dont-want-you-to-know/

Like the negro mule cart, it was designed to draw attention away from undeniable white technical genius and toward sex, drugs, and screechy hysterical music. Away from science and toward degeneracy.

Fuck Woodstock and fuck anybody who still, after all these years, worships at its phony infotainment-industry-invented secular religion altar. I vomit a little in my mouth anytime I witness white people being cucked by all that hippie bullshit.

Steve Smith said...

Interesting link. Thanks for posting it.

My point was that it was relatively peaceful, compared to the usual nigger rap concert. My point really had nothing to do with the organizers.

Sorry you took it so hard. I don't like arguing with my fellow whites, but don't call me a cuckservative. My eyes are as open as yours. I do not worship hippies or anything else.

See? See how I did that? I managed to make my point without resorting to screaming in ALL CAPS or telling you to go fuck yourself.

Anonymous said...

To Steve Smith re: your Woodstock observation. I agree. Regardless of who organized Woodstock, or why, your point is valid. If it was a jigaboo music concert, it would have been a killing field (in the best possible way). I can say jigaboo, right?

NJ Woman

PaintJob Theory said...


"I've run lots of these numbers, because I was an astronaut-wannabe up roughly through college. They all work out. What is YOUR supposed smoking gun to prove they're wrong? If men didn't land on the moon, how did all the laser retroreflectors appear at the "faked" Apollo landing sites? You can't deny they exist, they get "pinged" regularly up to this day to measure the Earth-Moon distance.

More to the point, if the US faked the moon landings, why didn't the Soviet Union expose the fraud to gain all that international prestige for itself?"

A few quick minutes on GOOGLE should reveal a number of obviously doctored and phony pictures. Somebody is lying about something! At the very least some phony pictures are being passed off as real which begs the question why? As I said, it's very possible that some other technology that is hidden from the public put men on the moon, and of course mirrors could be easily placed via unmanned craft.... or simply be a reflective craft itself landed there.

The issue of how photographs (and people) survived the radiation of the Van Allen belt is puzzling. While there may be a reasonable explanation, I'm not sure how a space suit would keep it's occupant from boiling in the heat of the sun. With no atmosphere in which to conduct heat how do these suits shed excess heat?

You also imply that the Soviet Union was ever our enemy. The cold war was as phony as the current "two party" system we have here now. Mere security theater to grab power and cower the mob. Ociania is always at war with SOMEONE, this is it's reason to exist and the reason the populace must make sacrifices (liberty, standard of living, etc.)

McCarthy was right and by my estimation communists have controlled the USA since the coup of 1913 when they installed their central bank.

Forgive me for doubting a story created by the same folks that forced negroes onto us at gunpoint assuring us they are our equals, but at this point if the government told me the sky was blue I'd want to go outside and look up before believing it.


Also, excellent info on Woodstock concert. More cultural Marxism peddled by the usual suspects. As an aside, my dad didn't go to Woodstock because he had a job and had to work that weekend. He went on to become a nuclear engineer. Those hippies who dropped acid and wallowed in their own waste like animals for 3 days went on to be government employees, teachers/professors, and Bernie Sandars campaign workers.

Mr. Rational said...

A few quick minutes on GOOGLE should reveal a number of obviously doctored and phony pictures. Somebody is lying about something!

You go right back to begging the question:  if they're obviously doctored and phony, why didn't the Soviet Union call the fraud right then in 1969?

The obvious explanation is that you don't understand lighting, perspective and exposure, which this film-maker has already explained for your edification.  The actual understanding of these things is, unfortunately, not something he or I can do for you.

it's very possible that some other technology that is hidden from the public put men on the moon

So you're saying that men COULD have walked on the moon and that all the "faked" photos are real (contradicting what you just wrote)... but the Saturn rocket wasn't able to do it?  Even though all the physics numbers work out?

It's getting awfully hard to take you seriously when your thought processes are so contradictory (bordering on deranged).

of course mirrors could be easily placed via unmanned craft.... or simply be a reflective craft itself landed there.

Well, duh.  The first laser retroreflector was part of an unmanned Surveyor lander.  Which was launched by a rocket, not a flying saucer.

The issue of how photographs (and people) survived the radiation of the Van Allen belt is puzzling.

The inner Van Allen belt isn't very big, and the radiation exposure you get in a transit at several thousand MPH isn't enough to fog film or create symptoms.  Astronaut exposures were less than 5 rem; there are no symptoms from prompt radiation exposures below doses of tens of rem.

While there may be a reasonable explanation, I'm not sure how a space suit would keep it's occupant from boiling in the heat of the sun. With no atmosphere in which to conduct heat how do these suits shed excess heat?

Ye gods, this was extensively written up at the time.  The astronauts wore cooling layers woven with water tubes.  The moon suits used evaporative cooling to dissipate the heat from the coolant loops; the water vapor was just vented to vacuum.  Effectively, the suits were cooled by "sweating".

This is all revealed in a single search per topic, but you have the gall to tell ME to "GOOGLE" things?

You also imply that the Soviet Union was ever our enemy.

If they weren't, they spent an awful lot of men and materiel in Korea, Vietnam and elsewhere just to fake it.  But how do you square that deliberate waste with the claim that Apollo was faked?  There was plenty of money to do it for real.

This is what I don't get about you.  Sure, the US government does a lot of nasty things and lies all the time.  That doesn't mean that everything it says is a lie, and doesn't excuse you from fact-checking your claims and doing the math to see if things actually check out.  Mindless nay-saying is just as mindless as uncritical belief; you should know better.