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dead astronauts on the lunar surface is a real possibility imo
thats what i am thinking. Also, whats all this "we destroyed the technology to get to the moon?" WTF!! Why would you do that?

only time you destroy evidence is if your guilty as FUK.
i think the hardest part is getting back

you basically need a rocket that escape 1/6 G gravity and then rendezvous with the command module

it really seems ridiculous

plus look at this, what is your gut feeling?

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^ whenever I show that gif that people , they go silent
Yes look at that how far could you possibly go?
every year that goes by and we aren't close to even getting back it looks more and more ridiculous

remember western ppl, esp. americans aren't the type to STOP after they have achieved something

they want to go back faster, cheaper, more efficiently

they also want to milk that taxpayer money

why stop? why destroy the blueprints?
if you ask NASA why they stopped and started hanging around LEO after the moon landings

they will say " we been there done that" "we've seen all there is to see"

how is this even possible?

and apparently the new engineers always forget about the moon landing when discussing the van allen belts
Are you familiar with Kubrick's body of work, beyond the Apollo Program, EY?


Don't be worried! Why worry?

I mean, not like the monkey on Biosat 3 just died, probably the day they had their meeting Big Grin
(10-31-2018 03:16 PM)Chaos Reigns Wrote: [ -> ]Are you familiar with Kubrick's body of work, beyond the Apollo Program, EY?


I am more familiar with Eyes Wide Shut and 2001.

I've read a lot about him though and have listened to nearly all the interviews by jay Weidner on Kubrick

why?
(11-01-2018 03:10 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-31-2018 03:16 PM)Chaos Reigns Wrote: [ -> ]Are you familiar with Kubrick's body of work, beyond the Apollo Program, EY?


I am more familiar with Eyes Wide Shut and 2001.

I've read a lot about him though and have listened to nearly all the interviews by jay Weidner on Kubrick

why?

IMO A Clockwork Orange, Dr Strangelove, The Shining, and Barry Lyndon all reveal either why Kubrick got hired (Dr Strangelove had 'cutting edge' SFX for its time, which led to him being approached for the Apollo Program), what he learned (A Clockwork Orange), how he felt about his role within the elite secret society (EWS and Barry Lyndon have the autobiographical tinge to them) and obviously, The Shining is one elaborate AF confession/puzzle to get people thinking.

And Lolita... That shows he knew about the elite's pedophilia WAY WAY back in the day. I havent seen Lolita though, probably the only Kubrick film I haven't seen, along with his ones before that.
And also, Full Metal Jacket, it is an interesting anti-war film, probably did as much to make me anti-war as any film ever. But that it was released so long after Vietnam is telling.

Why does Kubrick feel connected to the Vietnam War? Well... Lets just say he was involved in another project, designed to take attention away from its horrors! (I am pretty sure I have talked about how the Apollo Program was used as a distraction from some major events that happened at that time, like the exposure of the My Lai massacre, and Nixon closing the gold window).
(11-01-2018 04:28 AM)Chaos Reigns Wrote: [ -> ]IMO A Clockwork Orange, Dr Strangelove, The Shining, and Barry Lyndon all reveal either why Kubrick got hired (Dr Strangelove had 'cutting edge' SFX for its time, which led to him being approached for the Apollo Program), what he learned (A Clockwork Orange), how he felt about his role within the elite secret society (EWS and Barry Lyndon have the autobiographical tinge to them) and obviously, The Shining is one elaborate AF confession/puzzle to get people thinking.

And Lolita... That shows he knew about the elite's pedophilia WAY WAY back in the day. I havent seen Lolita though, probably the only Kubrick film I haven't seen, along with his ones before that.



Even the name Lolita was a code word for young girl that was used by Pedophiles of that era.
(11-01-2018 10:18 PM)Redneck Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-01-2018 04:28 AM)Chaos Reigns Wrote: [ -> ]IMO A Clockwork Orange, Dr Strangelove, The Shining, and Barry Lyndon all reveal either why Kubrick got hired (Dr Strangelove had 'cutting edge' SFX for its time, which led to him being approached for the Apollo Program), what he learned (A Clockwork Orange), how he felt about his role within the elite secret society (EWS and Barry Lyndon have the autobiographical tinge to them) and obviously, The Shining is one elaborate AF confession/puzzle to get people thinking.

And Lolita... That shows he knew about the elite's pedophilia WAY WAY back in the day. I havent seen Lolita though, probably the only Kubrick film I haven't seen, along with his ones before that.



Even the name Lolita was a code word for young girl that was used by Pedophiles of that era.

Weren't you going to help me out by listing some of the Masons involved in NASA/Apollo Program? I'm beggin ya, Redneck! Big Grin
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