An average days temperature on the moon ranges from 260° F to 280° F, too for film to survive. At those temperatures,
film crinkles up into a ball.
About 20 miles about the Earth, there is a radiation belt named the Van Allen belt. No human can get through this belt,
If you try than you get hit with 300+ rads of radiation. Unless they are surrounded on each side by 4 feet on lead.
There are millions of micro-metors traveling at speeds up to 6000 MPH, which would tear the ship to pieces.
If you look at the pictures/video of people on the moon, you will never see more than 3 stars.
When the LEM set down on the Lunar surface, it gave out 3000 lb. worth of thrust. This would have created a massive hole
underneath the Lunar Module, but in pictures of the Lunar Module, the ground underneath is untouched.
Lets Start off with the pictures
Lets face it, there isn't really a heapload of evidence that we didn't go to the moon. Why would there be? NASA doesn't
WANT evidence that we went to the moon. NASA wants people not to ask questions, and keep living their happy little lives.
But here is some evidence that you cannot argue with. My theory is that the moon landing were set on a sound stage, not in
space. (Perhaps an Air Force base near San Bernardino, called Norton Air Force Base, where they have the world's largest sound
stages under tremendously efficient security).
On the moon, there is only one light source, the sun. This is a shot of Buzz Aldrin and Neal Armstrong planting
the US flag on the moon. If the sun is the only light source used by NASA on the moon, Aldrins shadow A
shadows should not be so much longer than Armstrong's
This is a famous picture labeled "Man on the Moon" I have a poster of this picture hanging
on my wall in my room, and it always gives me a chuckle.
If you will look at area B you will notice a shadow
cast across Buzz Aldrin's space suit. Once again, if the Sun is the only light source used on the moon, this shadow would
have been MUCH darker. Looking at area C you will notice that the
surface of the moon fades off into the distance, then is met with the moon's horizon. In a no-atmosphere environment, the
ground shouldn't have faded out, but stayed crystal sharp unto the moon's horizon.
Looking at area D you can plainly see some type of structure
reflected through Aldrins helmet. I do not know what it is, but it is there.
In this picture, taken from the LEM, you can see at least two abnormalities. In section E
you see an abnormal shadow on the moon's surface. NASA claims that this shadow is the shadow
cast by the Lunar Module, but on earth, even when aircraft is flying low to the ground, it does not produce such a clearly
OK, here's the kicker... if you will look at section 3 you
will notice there are no stars in the sky. In fact, you will never see any stars in any NASA Moon photographs, or hear an
astronaut mention anything about the glorious stars that are visible when out of the earths atmosphere.
if you look in areas 6 and J , you will again see no stars. In area K you will
notice that one side of the LEM in covered in shadow, but somehow the symbol of the US flag in illuminated. This very well
could have been a touch up job.
This is a picture of Alan Bean holding up a Special Environmental Examiner Container. This picture was taken
off a camera that was strapped to Conrad's chest. If the camera was attached to Conrad's chest, the top of Bean's helmet L should not be in this picture.
All of the shadows reflected in Bean's visor M are going
off in separate directions, not in parallel lines like they should be.
If you will look at the Environmental sampler that Al Bean is holding, N , The reflection is coming from a light source other than the sun, but it is possible that light is being
reflected off the space suit.
There is a strange anomaly in the sky 7 , It is yet
to be determined what that might be.
In our last picture, I would like to direct your attention to the circled portion of the screen. These Lunar Rover tracks
are quite well defined, don't you agree? Well, the fact is, you need a mixture of a compound, and water, to make such defined
lines. I don't know if that idea is so convincing, but I assure you, this next one is.
If you look at the rock labeled R you will notice a
the letter C carved in the rock. Perhaps a gag left by the props department?
Here is a portion of the previous picture, blown up. Take a look at the cross hairs that appear on the picture.
These hairs appear on EVERY lunar picture. These cross hairs are placed between the shutter of the camera, and the film, supposedly.
If you take a look at the cross hair on the left, this cross hair was placed behind the lunar rover, you can see the Lunar
Rover is in front of the cross hairs.
Look mum! No stars, NASA forgot to paint them in!
Russia Continues to Surpass Americans in the Space Race
Cosmonauts May Soon Add Another One to the Russian Space List of Firsts
On July 25, 1969, many Americans
watched their televisions in awe as astronaut Neil Armstrong walked on the moon and said, "One small step for man, one giant
leap for mankind." Americans were amazed at what advances in technology had produced: a man on the moon. Ticker
tape parades greeted returning astronauts. America had proven itself a leader in the space race.
Lately, some have begun to suggest that this was not the case at all; some people have
suggested that America never made it to the moon and that it was just an illusion made with trick photography. Bart
Sibrel is one of those people. He made a video called, "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon," in which he
provides much documentation to suggest that man has yet to walk on the moon. Is this possible? Could have America
faked the entire moon landing?
On first thought, it might sound ludicrous for many--to think that man has not walked
on the moon. After all, it would require such a grand conspiracy that, certainly, someone who was privy to such information
would have spoken. Nevertheless, there are those who are skeptical of this moon-walking.
Surprisingly, some of the ideas presented by them are not as preposterous as they might
sound. Based on surveys, it has been estimated that between 6 and 20 percent of Americans do not believe a man actually
walked on the moon. Are 6-20 percent of Americans fools, or are they a little brighter than the rest?
In order to fully understand the claim that man did not walk on the moon, the events leading
up to this event that most Americans consider an historic fact must be re-examined and scrutinized. We must go back
in time, when the space race between Russia (or the Soviet Union, as it was known then) first started. By doing this,
I feel that you will better understand the arguments both for and against the claim of man walking on the moon.
What I present here may shock many fellow Americans, as we generally view our nation
and its space exploration program as being, by far, superior to that of all other nations. After all, we were the first
nation to have "a man walk on the moon" (or so we believe). While this might possibly be true that America was the first
nation to have a man walk on the moon (though there is evidence to suggest otherwise). As difficult as it may be for
many to admit, this appears to be the only "first" America had in the great space race.
If we are to be honest, during the "space race" from the late-1950s until the time American
astronauts were to have walked on the moon, Russia was utterly devastating America. This was probably both due to the
fact that Russians were highly educated and the fact that, with Russia's strict Communist leadership at the time, failure
was not an option. And Russia's society encouraged intelligence, whereas America's society has beenencouraging a host
of things--such as artying and irresponsibility--none of which promoted intelligence.
In 1957, America was astonished, as was the rest of the world, when it was discovered
that a Russian satellite, Sputnik, had gone into outer space. People were absolutely amazed that such a device made it into
outer space. Not only was the scientific community of America in awe, but so too was the American military, who were greatly
concerned about Russia having the ability to put such a device in outer space.
Later that year, Russia again made a first, when a small dog, Laika (which means "barker"),
was launched into outer space. This again sent shockwaves throughout the world. Americans heard about this and
were astonished that a dog went into outer space. This dog was actually put into orbit, and unfortunately died 6 hours
later while in space, not being able to withstand the rigors involved.
Meanwhile, in 1957, while America stood shocked at Russia's progress, America attempted
to launch its own satellite into outer space. This was meant to show the Russians that America too was a contender in
the space race. A satellite was to accompany the rocket, which had been tested for stress. America felt everything
was prepared. But the rocket blew up at the launch pad, never leaving the ground. It was an international embarrassment.
In 1959, trying to copy what Russia had done two years prior, America was finally getting
an animal into outer space. A couple of monkeys went up only 300 miles for just 15 minutes total. This, of course,
was a far cry from the orbit in which the Russian dog was put two years previous. However, the monkeys did return alive.
While America was sending rockets up for 15 minutes in 1959, Russia was again making shockwaves
when its satellite Luna-1 flew by the moon. Later in 1959, the Russian satellite Luna-2 reached the moon's surface and
left national symbols of the then-USSR. Again in 1959, the satellite Luna-3 made another first for Russia, when it took
pictures of the far side of the moon, transmitting these pictures back to Russia.
Russia also had the first space probe to circle the earth.
A couple years later in 1961, Russia then became the first country to have a man orbit
the earth, Yuri Gagarin, who road aboard the space craft Vostok. This again astonished the international community, who were
surprised that such a feat never tried before could be accomplished. While the Russians were orbiting the earth, the
American Alan Shepard was launched just 115 miles into space, not even going close to the distance Russia's dog had traveled
two years prior; and he landed in the Atlantic Ocean 15 minutes later. Meanwhile, Russia again had nother first in 1961,
when its interplanetary probe Venera-1 was launched to Venus.
In 1962, America became the second country to have a man of its own in orbit around the
earth, John Glenn. Parades greeted John Glenn when he returned. Due to his notoriety, he later became a U.S. Senator
because Americans care more for celebrity status than fit politicians.
President John F. Kennedy at this time said America would have a man on the Moon by the
end of the decade. He was later assassinated in 1964, leaving his dream of having a man on the moon to be fulfilled
In 1962, Russia was the first nation to have two rockets with cosmonauts in outer space
at the same time. It was known as the first "formation flying" in space when the two manned spacecraft, Vostok-3 and
Vostok-4, traveled near each other in unison.
In 1963 Russian cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman in space.
She was aboard the Vostok-6. Not only was this significant by the fact that she was a woman, but she was also just a
regular person, who had worked at a textile factory. So she was also the first public citizen in space, not being the
In 1964, trying to duplicate what Russia had done back in 1959, America launched the Ranger
VII, which took pictures of the moon and then crash-landed into it. Nevertheless, it did send some interesting images
of the moon, close-up images that attracted a great deal of curiosity to Americans, who might have only been able to have
seen such images if Russia had shared theirs.
In 1964, Russia became the first nation to have launched two satellites, Elektron-1 and
Electron-2, while just using one rocket.
In 1965, tragedy struck when the American rocket Atlas blew up on the launch pad, causing
incredible damage. This terrible event sent a chill up many potential astronauts' backs. It re-emphasized the
importance of safety precautions. Some feel that this accident was not quite that--that it may have very well have ended
that way due to some astronauts not wanting to go along with a plan; in short, some feel they were assassinated by their very
own government. It is not known what evidence such thoughts are based on, however, if any.
Russia too had a disaster related to safety at a different time, in which many engineers
died. This had occurred several years prior. Nevertheless, over the years, Russia has shown itself to be much,
much safer in its space flights and landings than America.
In the year that America's rocket was smoldering on the launch pad, on March 18, 1965,
Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov took the first space walk, a ten-minute tethered excursion outside Voshkod 2. On June 3, 1965,
Edward White II is the first American to walk in space on Gemini 4, though not as far out in space. He stayed out for 22 minutes.
In 1966, Neil Armstrong and other astronauts went in space aboard the Gemini VIII and
Agina. They met amid outer space and docked. Later, a malfunction with Armstrong's rocket caused him to return
to earth prematurely, but fortunately no one was injured.
Meanwhile in 1966, Russia became the first nation to have an unmanned space probe, the
Lunar IX, to actually land softly on the moon. It transmitted pictures from its surface back to earth. Also in
1966, the Venera-3 became the first spacecraft to reach the surface of Venus. National symbols of the USSR were left
there. In 1966, Russia had the first satellite put in orbit around the moon, the Lunar X space probe.
In 1967, Russia had the first two unmanned spacecrafts that automatically met in space
then docked and undocked.
Also in 1967, tragedy struck three American astronauts who died while sitting inside a
rocket. Their capsule burst into flames. The reason why it caught fire is largely unknown; it is thought to have
started as the result of a spark of unknown origin that was somehow able to ignite the extremely well-insulated fuel tanks.
Again, some feel that there may be more to this incident than we currently know.
In 1968, Russia's unmanned rocket Zond-5 became the first to travel around the moon and
return back to earth unscathed. Russia was the first to have a manned spacecraft orbit the earth, Vostok, several years
prior. Russia had already showed the world that it was the first to have an unmanned spacecraft, the Lunar IX, softly
land on the moon, and now it showed the world that it could even have an unmanned spacecraft circle the moon and return, with
Why didn't Russia then send up a man on one of its spacecrafts to the moon? It would
have seemed simple enough. I'll get to this later.
1969 - Again, Russia had another first: The first docking of manned spacecraft (Soyuz-4
and Soyuz-5), and crew transfer from one spacecraft to the other through open space.
1969 - Still another first for Russia occurred: The first formation flying of three manned
spacecraft, Soyuz-6, Souyz-7 and Soyuz-8, during which they maneuvered relatively close to each other, with ground facilities
providing simultaneous support for the three spacecraft.
Meanwhile, in America, the end of the decade was approaching. The late-President
John F. Kennedy's dream was becoming just that: a dream. Violence gripped America, with the war in Viet Nam and racial riots
across America's cities. America's leaders were desperately looking for "heroes"--some people to keep the public's minds
off of the problems at home. America was looking for something to distract Americans from the failing policies.
America's leaders wanted to show the world that its insane policies were a match to the highly educated Russians and their
orderly society. While America's wars at home and abroad were causing much turmoil, America desperately needed some
"pride"--anything for which to be proud.
Russians had wanted to go to the moon. However, there were many concerns with
safety. The Van Allen Belts released a deadly radiation that could easily fry a person to death. Plus, the moon
is 250,000 miles away--quite a distance. While I'm not familiar with how fast the rockets were, traveling at 1,200 miles
per hour, it would be approximately a 20-day journey each way, provided there were no problems. Even at 2-3 times that
speed, it would still be a difficult journey. The amount of fuel required would be staggering, with the added weight
of people, food, air, supplies, etc. Yet somehow, these rockets managed to go much, much faster in a zero atmosphere
with nothing with which to propel? Perhaps, the speed is possible, yet one cannot deny the deadly radiation rays out
in space known as the Van Allen Belts.
One cosmonaut who was sent in far outer space reportedly experienced the Van Allen
Belts harmful effects firsthand. According to various sources, while he left white, he came back black; he was cooked
to a crisp due to the harmful radiation. This was despite heavy shielding to dissipate any rays, which did no good.
Those who knew about this incident were reportedly devastated.
Then, suddenly, out of nowhere, as Americans and the rest of the world stood in front
of their televisions, two astronauts stepped on the moon in 1969. Up until then, America was putting people about 400 miles
away in orbit--far away from the harmful Van Allen Belts. But suddenly Americans made it into outer space--landing and
walking on the moon--250,000 miles away, no less?
In 1965, the U.S. made a fake moon landscape, which was used for testing a space vehicle.
Some have suggested the scenery for the moon landing was faked. Could this have been it?
Russia seemed to continue to have "firsts"--except for the moon landing. On April
19, 1971, they had the first Space Station. The Soviets launch Salyut 1, the first orbiting space station. Salyut 1's
original crew reportedly died during re-entry on June 30, 1971. Georgi Bobroeolski, Vladislav Volkov, and Victor Patsayev
had spent a new record of 23 days in outer space.
It wasn't for two more years that the first American Space Station--May 14, 1973--was
developed. The first American space station, Skylab, is damaged during launch. The first of three crews arrive 11 days later
for a 28-day stay. They make in-orbit repairs and set records for time spent in space.
Russia had the first woman, Svetlana Savitskaya, to participate in a space walk on July
17, 1984. With her partner, Vladimir Dzhanibekov, she conducted welding experiments for over three hours
outside the Soviet space station Salyut 7. Savitskaya had become the second woman to fly in space during a Soviet mission
There were all these "firsts" by Russia. Yet Russia has yet to land a man on the
moon? Why? While people seldom hear about it, nor do they listen even if so, Russian Cosmonaut Boris Volynov has
gone on record saying that he does not believe that Americans landed on the moon. It seems he is far from the only one
to think this way. Indeed, it is doubtful he is the only cosmonaut to feel this way.
Further, one astronaut--Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon--has confirmed
some doubts. This is not to say that he supports the contention that man did not land on the moon. He is
an astronaut, after all. He probably enjoys the notoriety. And you have to wonder if some of the past astronauts
might have been given the death sentence for planning to go on record about such things? Or were there merely some bad
"accidents"? Whatever the case may be, Armstrong is getting older. And he does seemingly admit that something is amiss.
Indeed, there is definitely something wrong here. If you take a moment to view video
footage of the moon landing by U.S. astronauts from back in the 1960s, you'll notice that the dust kicked up by astronauts
immediately settles down, just as if it was sand on the beach. Yet we all know that not only does the moon have less
gravity, but it also has zero-atmosphere. Therefore, the moon dust should travel further given the force and little to counteract
it. Yet, for some strange, unexplained reason, the moon dust resettles back to the ground at the same gravitational rate
of 32 ft./sec. as the earth.
In a letter I received back from the astronaut Armstrong, which asked him about this strange
fact of the same gravitational pull on both the moon and earth, the response I was sent surprisingly admitted that, yes, the
gravitational pull should be different. Of course, Armstrong didn't come right out and admit that this was the case.
That might be the death sentence for him--similar to what 3 other U.S. astronauts experienced in the 1960s when their simulated
rocket mysteriously blew up during a ground test? Oh, it was just an accident? It makes you pause for a moment.
Now, of course, it looks like the race to Mars has begun. U.S. President George
W. Bush has stated that, perhaps, man will walk on Mars by the year 2020. Bush stated that NASA may send astronauts
to the moon again so that they may experience the effects of space travel shortly before sending them to Mars.
But if you look at the facts, you really have to wonder: Has man made it to the moon
The moon - have the Americans landed there? Many doubt it.
around the world, video footage of an American walking on the moon also raised numerous questions concerning its authenticity.
Even at first glance, internet posters were asking how it would be possible for any Human to attain the great
speeds needed to reach our companion in space, let alone withstand travelling through the airless vacuum without suffocating.
Other net surfers point to the unlikely waving of the American flag supposedly planted in the moon's surface,
as there is no wind on that barren planetoid to make any flag wave.
The astronauts who the Americans claim have walked on the surface of the moon are also unwilling to engage
in debate with those who say the landing was actually filmed in a secret underground movie studio in Nevada. Naturally, this
reluctance to answer questions raises fears they have something to hide.
There are plenty of questions raised concerning the photographs too. The sky is apparently devoid of stars
and the shadows cast by the astronauts on the "moon's" surface are not parallel. This appears to indicate multiple sources
of light, some say.
More graphically, some claim that anyone exposed to the intense sunlight on the moon's surface would heat
up to intolerable temperatures. But in the footage released by the Americans their astronauts appear untroubled, and they
do not mention any discomfort.
"Recently uncovered footage of the crew of the Apollo 11 staging part of their mission
proves that the astronauts never made it beyond earth orbit."
Bart Sibrel, moon expert
In a possible explanation,
many discussion room members suggested that Hollywood special effects artists had recreated the moon's surface in California.
Or maybe somewhere else.
However, the circumstances of the filming are also strange. Some visitors to internet discussion forums have
wondered how, if the video footage was taken on the surface of the moon, it contains the sounds of the astronauts' voices.
Sound cannot travel in the vacuum of space, they point out.
Many also mention that anybody setting foot on the moon would instantly sink into a great depth of fine dust.
But Fox News, CNN and the BBC have all enthusiastically broadcast this film without mentioning the doubts
about its veracity.
Other questions raised are about the selection and training of the astronauts - all of whom were selected
from among the ranks of the air force's fighter pilots. Why would the Americans choose fighter pilots instead of scientists
and astronomers? Perhaps because they know to follow orders and keep silent about their real mission, some feel.
Some claim the astronauts would have melted in the sun's rays
Additionally, some have pointed out that Neil Armstrong's words on descending the ladder to the surface -
surely a historic moment if it really happened - make little sense and have been widely misreported in the media.
He is heard to say "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind", but this is reported as "That's
one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind" Would not a man in that position have surely rehearsed his lines
better? Why are the media covering up this blunder? What else is there to hide?
Many blame government
Many claim this event was staged to justify to the American public the billions of dollars being spent on
the "space program" which had until that moment yielded so little tangible benefit.
The US government claims a little flimsy capsule like this one landed on
Being the first nation to set foot on the moon was an essential boost to the self-confidence of the country,
and even if - as many claim - such an event was impossible to achieve, it had to be seen to be achieved through the use of
Officials have been unable to satisfy those daring to ask for the whole truth to be revealed, as many websites
devoted to the topic testify.
Well known moon expert and film maker Bart Sibrel claims he has found even more conclusive evidence of blatant fakery. "Recently uncovered footage of the crew
of the Apollo 11 staging part of their mission proves that the astronauts never made it beyond earth orbit," he said.
Some questioners focus on the fact that the supposed space vessel sent to the moon could only have carried
the most rudimentary of computers. Official explanations that such a craft could be manually piloted to the surface of the
moon are absurd, they claim.
Clearly, many questions continue to be asked about the reality behind this important event which we have only
experienced through a few photographs and some minutes of grainy video footage.