Questions about the official story

1) Why have the plans for the Saturn and LEM not been put on the web? There is no reason for it, except for a cover up. The plans should have been sent to many universities.  They should have been kept for constructing a new Lunar Lander, such as for the upcoming Constellation project.

2) Why no photos of a vast horizon on the Moon?  Stanley Kubrick's scenes seem more realistic, including the Earth and stars in the background.  Apollo shots make the Moon look the size of an asteroid, with a short horizon, followed by just black.

3) Since the Moon has 1/6th of Earth's gravity, we would only need a LEM 1/6th the size of the Saturn to descend, plus another 1/6 to get back up into orbit. So the LEM would need to be 1/6+1/6 =1/3 the size of the Saturn.  At the very least, the ascent module would need more fuel, and would need to be larger.

4) The 2 astronauts would be standing too near the heat of the burning descent and ascent modules of the LEM.  How could they survive such temperature extremes - boiling in the sun and freezing in the shade?

5) Radiation and heat on the Moon are a problem for the Kodak film - and the men.

6) 42 years, and counting, since the last visit, with mobile phones with more computing power than the LEM, makes the problem increasingly obvious.  Here are 22 inventions that show how advance we are now.

7) Neil Armstrong never said "Hey, the Van Allen Belts no problem!  More people can safely go to the Moon!"   On the contrary, he became reclusive, rarely agreeing to interviews, as if ashamed to be lying.  

8) Clues in the speeches of other Astronauts:  Eugene Cernan often uses euphemisms, such as "I was the last to call the Moon my home" and other indirect speech.  They avoid saying "I walked on the Moon." 

9) "Loss" of the telemetry data, even at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.  Who would "lose" the Moon landing data tapes?  It should have been freely distributed to all interested universities, and put on the web.  This is the sign of a cover up.

10) Deliberately using 2 GHz transmission frequency from Apollo craft, which ham radio and other independent operators could not monitor, to verify location of the Apollo craft.  Only 3 satellite dishes, all owned and controlled by NASA, received the "live television footage" of the landing.  Highly suspicious.

11) There was huge, billion dollar incentives for Lockheed, Rockwell, and other contractors, to keep the ruse going on this profitable project.  It is cheaper to fake a landing than do a real one, meaning more profits.

12) America is the main exporter of illusion - mostly from Hollywood and Broadway - events that are interesting but fictional.

13) Astronauts weighing 180 pounds would weigh 30 pounds in 1/6 gravity.  Their 180 pound packs would be another 30, for a total of 60 pounds.  We saw no impressive jumps, just pitifully small hops.  John Young made highest hop on camera, only 1.5 feet when it should have been about 6 feet.

14) NASA refuses to point the Hubble Telescope to the Apollo landing sites.  Why not?  The Wide Field and Planetary Camera (WFPC) had a field of view (WF) f/12.9 - 2.6 x 2.6 arcminutes with a resolution of .043 arcseconds (pixel size Planetary Camera).  It can distinguish 2 objects 1 meter apart from 384400 km from NY to San Francisco 2500 miles away (4140 km).  The Moon is 238900 miles (384400 km)  So it could distinguish 384400 / 4140 = 92.8, or objects 100 meters or a football field from each other. So Hubble might not be able to do it.  But there are also telescopes on Earth with larger reflectors, that could be used to distinguish between the LEM and nearby equipment.  The point is, why are none of these telescopes even trying? 

15) NASA admits we don't have the technology to deal with the dust and temperature extremes.  But we did in 1969?  The recent Orion launch was unmanned, to go through the Van Allen Belt.  Why not manned?  This speaks volumes.

16) Werner Von Braun was under a very tight deadline.  (Let us remember he was a Nazi.)  Yet he had time to go to Antarctica, where Moon rocks (kicked loose by asteroids) got caught in Earth's magnetic field and fell to the Earth.  Why would he go there, unless to get samples?

17) A rock was given to the leaders of Netherlands that turned out to be petrified wood.  This should never happen.  This looks very bad. 
BBC: Fake Dutch "Moon Rock" Revealed

18)  Google Moon does NOT show the Apollo landing sites, if you remove the graphics.  And they should.  It is really  s-t-r-e-t-c-h-i-n-g  it to say a bright patch or dark spot is a Lunar Module.    (See samples at Google Moon)

19) Conversations between Astronauts on the Moon and Houston were too quick.  It takes 1.25 seconds each way for transmissions.  (see Nasa Fast Talking)

20) NASA claims to have "accidentally" erased 200000 Moon landing videos. We are seriously supposed to believe this,
and that there were no backup copies?

21) Lunar Rover is just ridiculous.  Too heavy.  No photos of assembly - it just appears.  No tire tracks in some photos.  It does not kick up dust high enough.  Not enough battery power - huge batteries in 1970's

22) Take off of Lunar Ascent Module had to be timed perfectly to intersect the Command Module. 

23) A single module Descent Module could tip over easily

24) How did they fit 3 astronauts in the Lunar Module on Apollo 13?

Jonathan's Questions

1) Sceptics argue that the lack of stars on Moon photographs is acceptable, despite zero atmosphere to obscure the view. Yuri Gagarin, pronounced the stars to be "astonishingly brilliant". See the official NASA pictures above that I have reproduced that show 'stars' in the sky, as viewed from the lunar surface. And why exactly do you think there are hardly any stars visible on Apollo films taken from the Moon? The answers simple - Professional astronomers would quickly calculate that the configuration and distances of star formations were incorrect and so NASA had to remove them to make sure they could keep up the scam.

2) The pure oxygen atmosphere in the module would have melted the Hasselblad's camera covering and produced poisonous gases. Why weren't the astronauts affected?

3) There should have been a substantial crater blasted out under the LM's 10,000 pound thrust rocket. Sceptics would have you believe that the engines only had the power to blow the dust from underneath the LM as it landed. If this is true, how did Armstrong create that famous boot print if all the dust had been blown away?

4) Sceptics claim that you cannot produce a flame in a vacuum because of the lack of oxygen. So how come I have footage on this page showing a flame coming from the exhaust of an Apollo lander? (Obviously the sceptics are wrong or the footage shows the lander working in an atmosphere)

5) Footprints are the result of weight displacing air or moisture from between particles of dirt, dust, or sand. The astronauts left distinct footprints all over the place.

6) The Apollo 11 TV pictures were lousy, yet the broadcast quality magically became fine on the five subsequent missions.

7) Why in most Apollo photos, is there a clear line of definition between the rough foreground and the smooth background?

8) Why did so many NASA Moonscape photos have non parallel shadows? sceptics will tell you because there is two sources of light on the Moon - the Sun and the Earth... That maybe the case, but the shadows would still fall in the same direction, not two or three different angles and Earth shine would have no effect during the bright lunar day (the time at which the Apollo was on the Moon).

9) Why did one of the stage prop rocks have a capital "C" on it and a 'C' on the ground in front of it?

10) How did the fibreglass whip antenna on the Gemini 6A capsule survive the tremendous heat of atmospheric re-entry?

11) In Ron Howard's 1995 science fiction movie, Apollo 13, the astronauts lose electrical power and begin worrying about freezing to death. In reality, of course, the relentless bombardment of the Sun's rays would rapidly have overheated the vehicle to lethal temperatures with no atmosphere into which to dump the heat build up.

12) Who would dare risk using the LM on the Moon when a simulated Moon landing was never tested?

13) Instead of being able to jump at least ten feet high in "one sixth" gravity, the highest jump was about nineteen inches.

14) Even though slow motion photography was able to give a fairly convincing appearance of very low gravity, it could not disguise the fact that the astronauts travelled no further between steps than they would have on Earth.

15) If the Rover buggy had actually been moving in one-sixth gravity, then it would have required a twenty foot width in order not to have flipped over on nearly every turn. The Rover had the same width as ordinary small cars.

16) An astrophysicist who has worked for NASA writes that it takes two meters of shielding to protect against medium solar flares and that heavy ones give out tens of thousands of rem in a few hours. Russian scientists calculated in 1959 that astronauts needed a shield of 4 feet of lead to protect them on the Moons surface. Why didn't the astronauts on Apollo 14 and 16 die after exposure to this immense amount of radiation? And why are NASA only starting a project now to test the lunar radiation levels and what their effects would be on the human body if they have sent 12 men there already?

17) The fabric space suits had a crotch to shoulder zipper. There should have been fast leakage of air since even a pinhole deflates a tyre in short order.

18) The astronauts in these "pressurized" suits were easily able to bend their fingers, wrists, elbows, and knees at 5.2 p.s.i. and yet a boxer's 4 p.s.i. speed bag is virtually unbendable. The guys would have looked like balloon men if the suits had actually been pressurized.

19) How did the astronauts leave the LEM? In the documentary 'Paper Moon' The host measures a replica of the LEM at The Space Centre in Houston, what he finds is that the 'official' measurements released by NASA are bogus and that the astronauts could not have got out of the LEM.

20) The water sourced air conditioner backpacks should have produced frequent explosive vapour discharges. They never did.

21) During the Apollo 14 flag setup ceremony, the flag would not stop fluttering.

22) With more than a two second signal transmission round trip, how did a camera pan upward to track the departure of the Apollo 16 LEM? Gus Grissom, before he got burned alive in the Apollo I disaster A few minutes before he was burned to death in the Apollo I tragedy, Gus Grissom said, 'Hey, you guys in the control center, get with it. You expect me to go to the moon and you can't even maintain telephonic communications over three miles.' This statement says a lot about what Grissom thought about NASA's progress in the great space race.

23) Why did NASA's administrator resign just days before the first Apollo mission?

24) NASA launched the TETR-A satellite just months before the first lunar mission. The proclaimed purpose was to simulate transmissions coming from the moon so that the Houston ground crews (all those employees sitting behind computer screens at Mission Control) could "rehearse" the first moon landing. In other words, though NASA claimed that the satellite crashed shortly before the first lunar mission (a misinformation lie), its real purpose was to relay voice, fuel consumption, altitude, and telemetry data as if the transmissions were coming from an Apollo spacecraft as it neared the moon. Very few NASA employees knew the truth because they believed that the computer and television data they were receiving was the genuine article. Merely a hundred or so knew what was really going on; not tens of thousands as it might first appear.

25) In 1998, the Space Shuttle flew to one of its highest altitudes ever, three hundred and fifty miles, hundreds of miles below merely the beginning of the Van Allen Radiation Belts. Inside of their shielding, superior to that which the Apollo astronauts possessed, the shuttle astronauts reported being able to "see" the radiation with their eyes closed penetrating their shielding as well as the retinas of their closed eyes. For a dental x-ray on Earth which lasts 1/100th of a second we wear a 1/4 inch lead vest. Imagine what it would be like to endure several hours of radiation that you can see with your eyes closed from hundreds of miles away with 1/8 of an inch of aluminium shielding!

26) The Apollo 1 fire of January 27, 1967, killed what would have been the first crew to walk on the Moon just days after the commander, Gus Grissom, held an unapproved press conference complaining that they were at least ten years, not two, from reaching the Moon. The dead man's own son, who is a seasoned pilot himself, has in his possession forensic evidence personally retrieved from the charred spacecraft (that the government has tried to destroy on two or more occasions). Gus Grissom was obviously trying to make a big statement as he placed a lemon in the window of the Apollo I spacecraft as it sat ready for launch!

27) CNN issued the following report, "The radiation belts surrounding Earth may be more dangerous for astronauts than previously believed (like when they supposedly went through them thirty years ago to reach the Moon.) The phenomenon known as the 'Van Allen Belts' can spawn (newly discovered) 'Killer Electrons' that can dramatically affect the astronauts' health."

28) In 1969 computer chips had not been invented. The maximum computer memory was 256k, and this was housed in a large air conditioned building. In 2002 a top of the range computer requires at least 64 Mb of memory to run a simulated Moon landing, and that does not include the memory required to take off again once landed. The alleged computer on board Apollo 11 had 32k of memory. That's the equivalent of a simple calculator.

29) If debris from the Apollo missions was left on the Moon, then it would be visible today through a powerful telescope, however no such debris can be seen. The Clementine probe that recently mapped the Moons surface failed to show any Apollo artefacts left by Man during the missions. Where did the Moon Buggy and base of the LM go?

30) In the year 2005 NASA does not have the technology to land any man, or woman on the Moon, and return them safely to Earth.

31) Film evidence has recently been uncovered of a mis-labelled, unedited, behind-the-scenes video film, showing the crew of Apollo 11 staging part of their photography. The film evidence is shown in the video "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon!". and appears above in the 'Why Did Apollo 11 Astronauts Lie About Being In Deep Space?' section.

32) Why did the blueprints and plans for the Lunar Module and Moon Buggy get destroyed if this was one of History's greatest accomplishments?

33) Why did NASA need to airbrush out anomalies from lunar footage of the Moon if they have nothing to hide?


Fast Talking NASA
"This one right here?"  "That's it."

How did they talk faster than the speed of light.