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Well, we are not going to get the truth about the VARBs from NASA, but like I said, the story of Biosatellite 3, which was launched mere WEEKS before Apollo 11 should tell people all they need to know.

I mean, obviously they wanted the monkey to live, right? And it was planned for a month, but the capsule was brought down after '8.8' days, and the monkey was dead!

Turns out they sent a monkey up in 1985, but for only 7 days... OK. And only up to 219 miles!

The Soviets sent up a monkey in the mid 80s too, for 13 days, but only 229 miles!!

Biosat 3 allegedly went up to 150 miles (but probably went higher, IMO).

And just a reminder that the Moon is at ~237,000 miles (the distance changes as the orbit is not perfectly spherical)!

As for the Moon in cinema...
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This one was from 1902! Trip to the Moon, a French film.

The most famous one from the 1930s, i.e. people who would have been 40-50 during Apollo, and seen this as children, was:

Frau im Mond!
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Who consulted on this? Hermann Oberth! Who worked with Hermann Oberth? Werner Von Braun! Who later worked FOR Werner Von Braun at NASA? Hermann Oberth!

Who directed Frau im Mond? Fritz Lang, most famous for his movies Metropolis, and another one called only.... M! They deserve their own threads, honestly.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Ge...ted_States

"The basics of rocket travel were presented to a mass audience for the first time by this film, including the use of a multi-stage rocket."

"the rocket ship Friede is fully built in a tall building and moved to the launch pad

as launch approaches, the launch team counts down the seconds from ten to zero ("now" was used for zero), and Woman in the Moon is often cited as the first occurrence of the "countdown to zero" before a rocket launch[2][4]

in space, the rocket ejects its first stage and fires its second stage rocket, predicting the development of modern multistage orbital rockets

the crew recline on horizontal beds to cope with the G-forces experienced during lift-off and pre-orbital acceleration

floor foot straps are used to restrain the crew during zero gravity "


"Kubrick’s 1968 2001: A Space Odyssey, a film that captures perfectly the technological optimism of the late ’60s, whereby the discovery of the Moon monolith in Kubrick’s masterpiece propels humankind toward a technological revolution that rivals the discovery of the tool by our ape ancestors. In opposition to much of the Moon’s filmic history, Kubrick’s Moon posits a vague humanist optimism—an optimism almost certainly inspired by the Apollo space program.

Of course, by the mid ’70s, Moon fever had been replaced with TV fatigue and a sense that the Moon wasn’t really that interesting after all"

Kubrick and optimism! When have you ever read those two words together! Enough reason to think he was paid well for his work on 2001!

Not only was 2001 released the year before Apollo 11, but Star Trek was discontinued, as well! The reasoning being that they were worried that Star Trek looked better than the Apollo Program, and to create a 'thirst' in the key demographic, of 8-12 year olds (IMO).
predictive programming eh?

can you imagine living in the 70's and actually seeing this stuff?

it must have been so confusing and surreal
(09-13-2018 02:51 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]predictive programming eh?

can you imagine living in the 70's and actually seeing this stuff?

it must have been so confusing and surreal

Carl Sagan knew what was up. They would kill him if he told people, but still, he tried to drop some hints (just like a certain director also did).

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LOL, read the fine print at the bottom of this one.

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Carl Sagan, The Gift of Apollo

"It’s a sultry night in July. You’ve fallen asleep in the armchair. Abruptly, you startle awake, disoriented. The television set is on, but not the sound. You strain to understand what you’re seeing. Two ghostly white figures in coveralls and helmets are softly dancing under a pitch-black sky. They make strange little skipping motions, which propel them upward amid barely perceptible clouds of dust. But something is wrong. They take too long to come down. Encumbered as they are, they seem to be flying—a little. You rub your eyes, but the strange tableau persists.

Of all the events surrounding Apollo 11’s landing on the Moon on July 20, 1969, my most vivid recollection is its dreamlike quality. Yes, it was an astonishing technological achievement and a triumph for the United States. Yes, the astronauts—Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Mike Collins, the last keeping solitary vigil in lunar orbit—displayed death-defying courage. Yes, as Armstrong said as he first alighted, this was an historic step for the human species. But if you turned off the sound, with its deliberately mundane and routine chatter, and stared into that black-and-white television monitor, you could glimpse that we humans had once again entered the realm of myth and legend."

"... But since 1972, no one from any nation has ventured there. Indeed, none of us has gone anywhere since the glory days of Apollo except into low Earth orbit—like a toddler who takes a few tentative steps outward and then, breathless, retreats to the safety of his mother’s skirts.

Once upon a time, we soared into the solar system. For a few years. Then we hurried back. Why? What happened? What was Apollo really about?"

Sounds more like The Curse of Apollo!

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speaking of dreamlike quality, Edgar Mitchell could not remember what it was to be like on the moon and went to the famous hypnotist Robert Masters to recall what it felt like to be on the moon
(09-16-2018 03:06 PM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]speaking of dreamlike quality, Edgar Mitchell could not remember what it was to be like on the moon and went to the famous hypnotist Robert Masters to recall what it felt like to be on the moon

Yeah, or more likely, to recall what he had been hypnotized to believe being on the Moon felt like, the 1st time!

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There are well known reports from Buzz Aldrin where he admits that when he was forced to recall being 'on the Moon' that he felt physically ill. Which IMO was programming. Hypnosis/mind control, so that if he started to think back to the 'no no place' his body would be so repulsed as to prevent it.

Interesting that 'brain washing' was popularized in the 1950s (first recorded public use) and yet Orwell released 1984 in 1949!
when they returned from the moon, they looked sad

the Apollo 11 press conference was more like a funeral

i mean these guys just stepped on an alien planet and got back successfully, the adrenaline alone should have made them as high as fuc
Quote:From the Earth to the Moon (French: De la terre à la lune) is an 1865 novel by Jules Verne. It tells the story of the Baltimore Gun Club, a post-American Civil War society of weapons enthusiasts, and their attempts to build an enormous Columbiad space gun and launch three people—the Gun Club's president, his Philadelphian armor-making rival, and a French poet—in a projectile with the goal of a moon landing.

The story is also notable in that Verne attempted to do some rough calculations as to the requirements for the cannon and in that, considering the comparative lack of empirical data on the subject at the time, some of his figures are remarkably accurate. However, his scenario turned out to be impractical for safe manned space travel since a much longer muzzle would have been required to reach escape velocity while limiting acceleration to survivable limits for the passengers.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/From_the_E...o_the_Moon
They’re gonna “try” “again” in 2023 with a Japanese billionaire passenger Yusaku Maezawa, who paid SpaceX to circle around the moon.

What we learn is five years is short enough to pretend it’s real, long enough to forget by then.

5-yr plans banzai
(09-19-2018 07:59 AM)Commoner Wrote: [ -> ]They’re gonna “try” “again” in 2023 with a Japanese billionaire passenger Yusaku Maezawa, who paid SpaceX to circle around the moon.

What we learn is five years is short enough to pretend it’s real, long enough to forget by then.

5-yr plans banzai

Looks like he may be involved in money laundering and God knows what else. Well, I don't want to jump the gun assassinating his character or anything, but he has paid A LOT of money for 'art'.

He apparently paid $50m for a work by a (dead) guy from Haiti (sorry, an American of Haitian descent) called Basquiat (who died from a 'heroin overdose'). Scratch that, 110m for the one shown below.

Examples of Basquiat's "art":
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Seems like he didn't even bother to name his paintings, LOL. So deep, so brave.

Yeah, I guess Space X is going bankrupt or getting bought out in the next 5 years! Or they are ready to send a man AROUND the Moon (not to the surface, it seems) 'again'!
well basquiat is highly regarded and the market value of 50-100mm is probably right for some of his best works
Don't want to get derailed on this Basquiat guy, but just reading 5 minutes about this guy, and there are all kinds of red flags.

They don't say what his dad did, but apparently they were going to art museums and s&^* as kids and living it up. And his mom was 'committed to a mental institute' which is another way of saying "The MK Ultra programming was starting to crack and the drugs and orgies were starting to affect her mental health".

"After Basquiat died of an overdose at the age of 27, his estate was controlled by his father Gerald Basquiat,"

Not only that, apparently this dude dated Madonna before she as famous!

Looks like he also knew Andy Warhol and David Bowie. By age 22!

So talented!

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a lot of this was funded by the CIA to make the US more "edgy" compared to the soviet union and other places

jackson pollock was funded by the CIA and this was admitted




this is such a load of BS

wait until 2021.. they will announce it's not happening or people will just forget about it
New big budget movie release with Ryan Gosling.




the soulless no swag ryan gosling AGAIN
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