NASA ADMITS WE NEVER WENT TO THE MOON

NASA ADMITS WE NEVER WENT TO THE MOON

 

NASA ADMITS WE NEVER WENT TO THE MOON Hi everyone and welcome to yet another controversial Better Mankind video. I think subconsciously there must be a part of me that enjoys the onslaught of nasty comments when I make videos like this. But the fact remains that there’s way more evidence that supports the theory that we never went to the moon than there is to support that we ever did. NASA ADMITS WE NEVER WENT TO THE MOON Now there are many reasons that prove we never went to the moon. To mention a few You have the wavy flag in a zero atmosphere environment. The lack of any blast crater underneath the lunar module. Or how about the absence of stars in space. The problem with any of these arguments is that NASA seems to have an explanation for every single one of them. Therefore people like me and other moon landing deniers are referred to a bunch of crazy tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy kooks that need to up their medication. So in this video, I’m only going to address a single discrepancy that NASA themselves have admitted to on more than one occasion and will prove without a doubt that we have never even left low earth orbit let alone landed a man on the moon. But first, let’s go back to school and get a refresher course on the different atmospheres surrounding the earth. Now the following information is critical to proving my point so please bear with me. First off we have the Troposphere. NASA ADMITS WE NEVER WENT TO THE MOON

NASA ADMITS WE NEVER WENT TO THE MOON
NASA ADMITS WE NEVER WENT TO THE MOON

This is where all of our weather occurs and it is the lowest layer of the earth’s atmosphere. It starts at the earth’s surface and extends up to a height of 4 to 10 miles. Next, we have the stratosphere which extends to about 35 miles above the earth’s surface. This is where our ozone layer resides and protects us from dangerous UV rays. It is also the layer where aircraft travel, as it is free from weather disturbances. Now we go up to the Mesosphere where most meteors burn up on entry. The mesosphere stretches up to 50 miles above the earth’s surface. Next we have the thermosphere and this layer extends up to 400 miles from the earth’s surface and the air here is very thin. Also, temperatures here start to get really hot ranging anywhere from 200°C to 500°C and 500°C to 2000°C in the upper region. And last but not least is the Exosphere. The temperature in the exosphere can vary from 0°C to 1700°C.

The exosphere is the outermost layer of the Earth’s atmosphere and is around 6200 miles from the earth’s surface. Now according to NASA low earth orbit is around 1,200 miles from the earth’s surface. So before I tell you the reasons why it is impossible for us to go beyond the exosphere and for that matter even past the thermosphere have a listen to what some NASA experts have to say about this topic. As we get further away from earth, we will pass through the Van Allen belts, an area of dangerous radiation. Radiation like this can harm the guidance systems, on-board computers or other electronics on Orion. But Orion has protection. Shielding will be put to the test as the vehicle cuts through the waves of radiation.

NASA ADMITS WE NEVER WENT TO THE MOON
NASA ADMITS WE NEVER WENT TO THE MOON

NASA ADMITS WE NEVER WENT TO THE MOON

Sensors aboard will record radiation levels for scientists to study. We must solve these challenges before we send people through this region of space. Hang on hang on so what you’re saying is that in order to send humans through this region we need to solve the challenge of getting through the Van Allen radiation belts? But I’m confused. Didn’t you already solve this challenge back in 1969 when you sent astronaut’s to the moon and subsequently 5 other times after that? But we’re also really pushing the boundaries in terms of where we’re going forward with exploration. I think humans are naturally driven to do this and this is really the beginning I think of human beings leaving low earth orbit. I certainly plan on being around to see that.

So she’s a NASA astronaut, but I guess no one bothered to tell her about the first time that we left low earth orbit. I guess she might be too young to remember. Here we have another astronaut that wasn’t told about the moon landing 48 years ago. The plan that NASA has is to build a rocket called SOS which is a heavy-lift rocket. It is something that is much bigger than what we have today. And it will be able to launch the Orion capsule with humans on board, as well as landers or other components to destinations beyond earth orbit. Right now we only can fly in earth orbit.

That’s the farthest we can go. We only can fly in earth orbit. That’s the farthest we can go and this new system that we’re building is going to allow us to go beyond and hopefully take humans into the solar system to explore so the moon, Mars, asteroids there’s a lot of destinations that we could go to and we’re building these building block components in order to allow us to do that eventually. Once we, once we travel beyond low earth orbit, the crew will be exposed to larger amounts of radiation. So we have to design both the crew protection systems and our electronic systems to withstand this radiation. So that would mean that Neil Armstrong, Michel Collins and Buzz Aldrin were all a tough bunch of SOB’s able to withstand all of that brutal radiation, seeing as how these challenges are still yet to be solved. So how is it that we had the technology to achieve this amazing fete back in 1969 but we’re still working on the technology in 2017, almost half a century later.

Well, I managed to find a very clever and well-informed astronaut that will totally straighten things out for us and explain exactly why we’re not able to return to the moon and break through those van Allen radiation belts. Have a listen to this clever chap. I’d go to the moon in a nanosecond. The problem is we don’t have the technology to do that anymore. We used to but we destroyed that technology and it’s a painful process to build it back again. This guy. Oh boy! He’s a real-life example of what can happen to you when you’re exposed to all of that outa space radiation. And if you’re a child with aspirations of becoming an astronaut, being a very good liar might be a positive attribute to have on your resume. Now just by showing you these admissions of guilt by NASA, I can easily end this video now and I would have easily proven my point without a shadow of a doubt. But I’m sure that for some of you hardened skeptics out there, this damaging evidence is still not enough. So let’s take this theory of mine to the next level. This here is the lunar module now proudly displayed at the National Air and Space Museum. According to NASA the primary materials to build the module were: Aluminium alloy, stainless steel, titanium, nickel steel alloy, heat resistant glass. Now if this is the case we have a very serious discrepancy here.

If you remember earlier when I went through the different atmospheres that surround the earth, both the thermosphere and the exosphere have temperatures ranging from 0°C to 2000°C. So I decided to examine the melting points of the primary metals that were used to build the lunar module. First off we have the aluminum alloy which has a melting point of 463°C. Next, we have stainless steel which has a melting point of 1510°C. Then we also have nickel steel alloy which melts at 1453°C and of course the heat-resistant glass for the windows which has a melting point of 760°C. So this would mean that the lunar module along with its occupants would have disintegrated well before it even passed through the thermosphere, let alone surviving the Van Allen radiation belts in the exosphere. To protect the astronauts from the Van Allen radiation belts the lunar module would have required 6 feet of led shielding. But here’s what they really had for protection. Obviously, the only shielding they had, what was the literally paper thin outer haul of aluminum and their suits consisting of glass fiber, some aluminum fibers, and silicon rubber.

NASA ADMITS WE NEVER WENT TO THE MOON It’s very interesting concerning radiation that the astronauts were protected by a thin film of aluminum when here on earth they put a led shield on us when they take a dental x-ray. In conclusion when NASA themselves admit to never having left low earth orbit and the fact that we don’t even have the materials that could withstand the extreme temperatures and cosmic rays in space. How on earth can anyone believe that we ever went to the moon? Well, I hope you enjoyed this video and if you like my content please give me the thumbs up and subscribe to my channel. Also if you have your own opinions about the moon landing, feel free to leave me a comment and let me know your thoughts. Until next time take care and be good to each other. NASA ADMITS WE NEVER WENT TO THE MOON

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