The Watchman On The Wall

The Watchman On The Wall
Eph 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Verse 13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Did We Go To The Moon? Andammo alla luna? هل ذهبنا إلى القمر؟ hal dhahabna 'iilaa alqumr?

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Below are several reasons why I believe the United States did not go to the moon.
The most indisputable reason, fact, which makes this whole endeavor impossible and a huge lie, is the existence of what is known as: “Van Allen Radiation Belt”. Even though just mentioning that major obstacle should be sufficient enough to prove the trip to the moon was a fiction, I would like to go over a couple of more facts.
Below are some simple common sense and scientific facts, which will prove clearly that NASA and U.S. government deliberately deceived the American people and the people of the world, in order to create a phony prestige for boasting on the world stage and to plunder billions of dollars for space research, which obviously ended up in the pockets of defense contractors and weapon manufacturers, deceitful egotistic scientists and astronauts and globalist corporations to produce the trip to the moon television show.
Some might think, wait a minute, what about the abundance of UFO visitation of planet Earth by the extraterrestrial folks from outer space in the past thousands of years, how do they get through Van Allen Radiation Belt when entering Earth atmosphere and exiting.
One explanation could be that the UFO spacecraft, do not fly, they levitate from point to point, capable of traveling far faster than the speed of light between galaxies, and throughout the universe, utilizing their on board “Magnetic Levitation, or Maglev Propulsion” system, which as it propels the craft it also creates a protective magnetic shield around the spaceship, protecting it from out of space harmful radiation, just like planet Earth’s gravitational force does, protecting the inhabitants of Earth. As far as we know human beings do not have such capabilities.
There have been some pictures showing geometric infrastructures, tall towers, buildings and roads, at an alleged base on top of the moon, supposedly built by the extraterrestrials on the moon’s north pole.  Those pictures were taken by telescope from various locations from planet Earth beginning from 1954 as part of a covert, highly secret operation by U.S. government.  Or were these pictures manufactured by NASA to lend credibility to their mythical trip to the moon.
A major problem for space travel travel requires passing through Van Allen Radiation Belt.
The Van Allen Radiation Belt is a large outer radiation belt around planet Earth, generated by highly charged solar radioactive particles and plasma released from the upper atmosphere of our star, the Sun. Extending from an altitude of about 13,000 to 60,000 kilometers, or 8,100 to 37,300 miles above and all around planet Earth's surface. No living creature from Earth using 1960’s primitive, or even today’s high technology could possibly get through the belt and survive. This highly charged radioactive emission of ionizing radiation or particles would vaporize any living creature traveling through it. In order to get to the moon over 221,567 miles, or 374,448 kilometers from planet Earth, Apollo astronauts had to pass through Van Allen Radiation Belt and would have been at the least severely injured. We did not and we do not have today a protective radiation shield to travel safely through Van Allen Radiation Belt.
In 1960s we did not have an adequate fuel source, or propulsion system sufficient enough to travel over 443,134 miles, or 748,896 kilometers round-trip to the moon and back.
Most of us have seen the huge plume of dust and smoke when space shuttle or any rocket is fired up and shot out of the Earth’s gravitational pull, into space. If you watch the lunar landing, it seems that a crane is assisting the landing of the so-called Lunar Module. How could a rocket booster engine blasting at full thrust descending in a sandy, dusty environment land safely? The rocket engine does not make any smoke, nor raise any dust up in the air. The very same thing is also true as the Lunar Module blasts off from the moon.
Traveling to the moon and back, covers nearly half a million miles, which would require enormous amount of fuel. For example, the gigantic advanced fuel tanks attached to the space shuttle can only take the shuttle out of the Earth’s atmosphere; which is about 62 miles, or (100 kilometers) straight up, and soon after all of the fuel burned up and the two fuel tanks separate and fall back onto the earth.
Another impossible aspect of this mythical trip is the direct live video images and audio transmission from moon to Earth.
We all have seen “Live” broadcast television programs coming to our TV sets from different corners of planet Earth. What most of us may not know however, is what would it take to make that broadcast possible. To overcome the curvature of planet Earth, it would require a stationary satellite on Earth’s orbit, a broadcasting truck stationed at the location of the event to transmit the signal from it point of origin and a TV station equipped with satellite dish to receive and broadcast the signal to us. The viewing audience would experience a time delay, caused by the signal traveling out of space and back. How did the astronauts, while jumping up and down, or driving the moon rover, or walking around,  communicate instantaneously,250,000 miles away?

Examining the picture NASA claims taken from the Lunar-Rover on the moon and looking at footage of Lunar-Rover driving around shows the rear combustion engine. Now I am not a astronaut, or a scientist, but can someone explain to me, how in the hell a big Lunar-Rover car could drive around on the moon using rear combustion engine where there is no atmosphere, no air and no oxygen? (A combustion engine will not work without oxygen in the air)  The Lunar-Rover was not an electric car, because it would weigh a ton and the many batteries on board would have been clearly visible. Furthermore, the tiny cone-shape Lunar Module, hardly had enough space for two men, where did they house the so-called Moon Rover, all other equipment and the fuel tanks necessary to take off from moon surface?
Almost everybody knows that radiation from the Sun is a mixture of electromagnetic waves ranging from infrared, to ultraviolet rays, high-energy gamma rays and X-rays radiation, which of course includes visible light between IR and UV in the electromagnetic spectrum. Any form of photographic films leaving planet Earth on its way to the moon passing through Van Allen Radiation would have been completely destroyed. The 17 millimeter vector chrome photography film and video films would have been destroyed on their way back going through Van Allen Radiation Belt. 
Many space travelers are unprepared for the rigors of spaceflight and the toll it will takes on the human body.
    1.  Some astronauts and cosmonauts are sick for the first few days of their missions on the space shuttle and international space station.
Most people think you can just get on a rocket and just go into space.
It’s not like riding a passenger jet. People launching into space vomit. Just like learning to fly a jet some people cannot overcome having an upset stomach.
A person’s first moments in space are not always their best. When one is riding the space shuttle you are at 3Gs for the last two minutes or so, and it’s  hard to breathe and then the engine shuts off,  and boom, you’re weightless, it’s that fast.
Astronauts and cosmonauts feel the blood rushing and in 30 seconds one can be sick, this is why some astronauts and cosmonauts do not eat anything for breakfast. Vomiting is really bad in space.
The Apollo 8 crew were the first astronauts to report space sickness in 1968, and by Apollo 9 the crews were feeling so bad that their spacewalk had to be rescheduled. NASA’s training aircraft where astronauts can experience weightless is colloquially known as the ‘vomit comet’ because it makes people feel so ill.
    2.  It is widely known that microgravity seriously impacts metabolism, heat regulation, heart rhythm, muscle tone, bone density, eyesight, and the respiration system.
   3.  In 2016, research from the US also found that astronauts who travelled into deep space on lunar missions were five times more likely to have died from cardiovascular disease than those who went into low orbit, or never left Earth.
    4. And last year Russian scientists found microgravity causes such alarming changes to the immune system, that astronauts would struggle to shake off even a minor virus, like the common cold if they became infected.
Smith Johnson, flight surgeon for NASA, warned that space travel has a major impact on health with many astronauts coming back down to Earth looking like "boneless chickens".
    5.  Astronauts and cosmonauts also suffer from a condition called Mal de debarguement, similar to that experienced by sailors who have been at sea, who need to re-acclimate to being back on land.
    6.  “It’s a dangerous business,” said Dr. Johnson, “The bottom line is every system of the body is affected by microgravity, whether it’s kidney stones, receptor touch, fluid redistribution, inner ear changes, losing ten times your bone mass.
    7.  “We also get ten times the radiation. Sometimes astronauts return and look like a boneless chicken.
    8.   “In your sensory canals there is a mismatch between what you’re feeling and seeing so it take a while to adapt not only to get your space legs when you come back you find you are actually walking down the hall at an angle because you have to recalibrate to not moving all over the place.”
    9.  Not only are their dangers in space, but also back on the ground. Dr Johnson said it took around two weeks to recover from spaceflight, with astronauts warned not to drive for a fortnight and resist flying for a month.
    10.  And during the weeks when the spine is adjusting to Earth’s gravity, space travelers will be 13 times more likely to suffer a slipped disc. “You elongate in space, and flatten out so back pain can be a problem for weeks to months up in space but when you return and think you can rollerblading three days after you’ve landed and you end up in a ditch,” he added.
   11.  Space agencies are particularly worried by solar and cosmic radiation and have still not come up with a way to protect astronauts on lengthy visits to Mars or the Moon. The Apollo 14 mission missed a dangerous solar flare by just two weeks which could have caused cancer or even killed the crew.

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