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The famous shuttle , in which a ground-based weapon at the super-secret Pine Gap base in Australia apparently shot at a nimble UFO, is also a situation that Greer’s sources confirm.
the 17 minute 48 second speech in the .mpg format.
Technology has come a long way since the Apollo days, and the spooks apparently have the technology to create -like Holodeck experiences, where those subject to it think they are experiencing actual events, but it is virtual reality. Sound crazy? Try getting into their secret areas to find out, as did. Would they be “above” foisting such technologies on us?
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I think that the unique and strange lunar environment, the (at the time) unique event of visiting an extraterrestrial body, the non-specialists who have tried making technical image analyses, as well as lack of caution on their part, have contributed to most of the “faked image” controversy. Factor in some people who may be consciously dishonest (for money or other gain), ego factors, potential provocateurs, a lay audience that is viewing it and people hating to admit they are wrong, and we had that early 21st century situation.
And they may well ask why climb the highest mountain?
For Apollo 11, the astronauts did not venture far from the LM. For Apollo 12, they ventured farther and visited Surveyor 3 (they landed near it, apparently almost too near). For Apollo 14 they had lengthy excursions, and they drug along a cart that held their exploratory and experimental gear while huffing and puffing (which ran against expectation, in one-sixth gravity). For the last three Apollo missions, the Lunar Rover made its appearance. The Lunar Rovers were the most expensive dune buggies ever made, costing about $40 million each. They had an Earth weight of 460 pounds, and could carry a load of 1,080 Earth pounds. On the Moon, the empty Rover and equipment on it weighed about 120 pounds. The deployment of the Rover from the LM was a more difficult task for the astronauts on the Moon than it had been in practice sessions on Earth. Why was that, when it weighed one-sixth of its Earth weight?