Did We Go To the Moon?

Did We Go To the Moon?

Landing on the Moon – “NASA” photo (I joke)

Space we are told is a vacuum – and thus rocket engines will not work in a vacuum – they need an atmosphere to generate thrust. Since there is no air and space, rockets need to take oxygen with them into space. Inside the rocket’s engine, fuel and oxidizers are ignited in the combustion chamber, creating hot, expanding gases, but no thrust.

That gas has pressure, and it pushes harder against the top of the rocket than the bottom, making it go up or forward – as there is nothing to push against in a vacuum a fueld rocket would be incapable of going forward backward or stopping or changing direction.

Consider – if your travelling through a vacuum at 30,000 miles per hour there is no resistance – if your heading for the moon at 30,000 miles per hour your going to hit the surface at 60,000 miles per hour. There has been no evidence of massive tanks of oxygen or other huge fuel tanks – the astronauts can be heard chatting quite normally over their radio – which would have been impossible if they were sitting on a giant rocket engine in the vain hope to slow them down,,

Firing rockets in a vacuum to slow you down will not work – the moon has no atmosphere and therefore no resistance –  even with a parachute two hundred miles wide there would be no resistance.

All the Apollo .Astronauts would have been killed on impact. And no spacecraft could have left the moon – jet rocket engines require an atmosphere to generate lift thrust – the moon and the void of space share the same void – a lack of atmosphere – so essentially travelling at 30,000 miles into the moon would have killed all – and we have to wonder why all those astronauts carried on the lie for all these years? death threats to family? A great deal of money? 

Now we hear of talk of going back to the moon – whatever lunar module is sent – it will need at least 10 50ft rubber bouncy balloons – it will take a t least a month or two stop bouncing. Predicting where one would finally come to a stop would be impossible – worse the surviving astronauts would have no idea which way up they were – apart from remembering how they were strapped in at the beginning.

Survival – the risk assessment would be near zero. sending “life support packs” which could bounce for thousands of miles for months on end – would mean certain death with current technology. Good luck – and don’t always believe all you see on television – it’s just there to entertain you!!


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