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Deze site wil bewijzen dat er nog nooit iemand op de maan is geweest. De gehele Apollo-missie is een in scene gezette truc:

Yes folks I would think there was more than enough evidence on this, and other web pages to convince any dumbo that Armstrong & Co are nothing more than a bunch of conmen, and the fake Apollo Moon landings are the biggest scam/hoax of the last century.

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MOON HOAX, THE
Another Masterpiece By Stanley Kubrick






Does anyone really believe that human beings have actually set foot on the moon? I don't know, but I believe that if it wasn't for the sci-fi feats of Kubrick in 2001, the American brain trust would have offered us only audio of the so-called moon landing. It was 2001 that showed NASA how to stage a moon landing.
Excellent observation. In fact, in early 1968, Mr. Kubrick was secretly approached by NASA officials who presented him with a lucrative offer to "direct" the first three moon landings.
Initially Kubrick declined, as "2001: A Space Odyssey" was in post-production at the time, but NASA sweetened the deal by offering to allow Mr. Kubrick exclusive access to the alien artifacts and autopsy footage from the Roswell crash site.
NASA further leveraged their position by threatening to publicly reveal the heavy involvement of Mr. Kubrick's younger brother, Raul, with the American Communist Party. This would have been an intolerable embarrassment to Mr. Kubrick, especially since the release of "Dr. Strangelove".
Kubrick finally relented, and for sixteen months he and a special effects team -- led by Douglas Trumbull -- worked in a specially-built sound stage in Hu

Door: Hugp @ 15/05/2001 06:16 pm (192.87.16.130)

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MOON HOAX, THE
Another Masterpiece By Stanley Kubrick






Does anyone really believe that human beings have actually set foot on the moon? I don't know, but I believe that if it wasn't for the sci-fi feats of Kubrick in 2001, the American brain trust would have offered us only audio of the so-called moon landing. It was 2001 that showed NASA how to stage a moon landing.
Excellent observation. In fact, in early 1968, Mr. Kubrick was secretly approached by NASA officials who presented him with a lucrative offer to "direct" the first three moon landings.
Initially Kubrick declined, as "2001: A Space Odyssey" was in post-production at the time, but NASA sweetened the deal by offering to allow Mr. Kubrick exclusive access to the alien artifacts and autopsy footage from the Roswell crash site.
NASA further leveraged their position by threatening to publicly reveal the heavy involvement of Mr. Kubrick's younger brother, Raul, with the American Communist Party. This would have been an intolerable embarrassment to Mr. Kubrick, especially since the release of "Dr. Strangelove".
Kubrick finally relented, and for sixteen months he and a special effects team -- led by Douglas Trumbull -- worked in a specially-built sound stage in Huntsville, Alabama, "creating" the first and second moon landings. This effort resulted in hundreds of hours of 35mm and video "footage" of the Apollo 11 and 12 moon missions.
The bogus Apollo 11 mission was masterfully staged in July of 1969. A Saturn V rocket with astronauts Armstrong, Aldrin, and Collins was launched into low Earth orbit, remaining there while NASA carefully released Kubrick's studio footage to the press. After the spectacular "lunar landing" and "return to Earth," the astronauts reentered Earth's atmosphere and made a perfect splash down in the Pacific, right on schedule.
Several months later, the Apollo 12 mission was successfully staged in a similar manner.
Mr. Kubrick refused to direct the Apollo 13 mission, however, because NASA officials rejected his screenplay in which the Apollo 13 mission fails. Kubrick insisted that a dramatic failed mission from which the astronauts were safely returned to Earth would ultimately prove to be NASA's "finest hour."
NASA maintained that a failed mission would unnecessarily jeopardize the agency's image, so Kubrick quit the project. Ironically, NASA later decided to use the failed mission scenario, for which Randall Cunningham -- a little known but highly respected British director -- was recruited to direct.
Kubrick's relentless perfectionism is evident throughout the Apollo production, from the chilling "1201 alarm" during the final seconds of the Eagle's descent to the lunar surface, right down to the lunar dust covering the astronaut's EVA suites.
The production itself was not without problems, however. For example, the front-projection process -- used so successfully in the "Dawn of Man" sequences in 2001, proved to be inadequate for reproducing a convincing lunar landscape. Particularly vexing was the challenge of recreating the harsh lighting conditions and the one-sixth G environment on the Moon.
Consequently, the moon walk sequences were actually filmed on location in the Sea of Tranquility. Kubrick did not accompany the crew to the lunar site because of his well-known fear of flying. However, all of the scenes were carefully scripted in advance, and Kubrick was able to direct remotely from the Johnson Space Center in Houston -- a film making "first."
An interesting side note: Kubrick is well-known for his interest in theoretical mathematics. During breaks in the filming of the Apollo missions, Kubrick would often dabble in orbital mechanics, frequently consulting with Werner von Braun who lived in Huntsville at the time.
After several of these sessions, Kubrick inadvertently derived an elegant solution to the "free return trajectory" problem -- the very problem that prevented NASA from completing a real moon mission in the first place.
Sadly, this discovery came about far too late into the production for it be of any practical use to the engineers at NASA, and was soon forgotten.
To this day, however, Stanley Kubrick's brilliant work on the Apollo missions remains both unsurpassed and -- regrettably -- uncredited.

Door: Hugo Alverda @ 15/05/2001 06:17 pm (192.87.16.130)

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Operation Green Cheese
The Great Moon Landing Hoax

At the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, one of the biggest tourist attractions is ironically, the least seen. It is of course the well-known "Antigravity Room," located in Building 29. Officially designated the Variable Gravity Training Facility (VGTF), it is used for training astronauts for upcoming space missions. Film and video footage of these exercises is generally released to the news agencies, through the NASA Public Affairs Office (PAO), just prior to a mission. However, since the technology of gravity control is classified, the room is off-limits to the public.
NASA Public Affairs Office Press Release
The Variable Gravity Training Facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center, in Houston, Texas, was built in the late 1950s and played a key role in one of the grandest hoaxes in history: the US-USSR "race to the moon." Discovery of the principles behind gravity control can be traced back to atomic energy research conducted by the Atomic Energy Commission. The findings were secretly reported to then President Dwight Eisenhower in 1956. However, nothing was done with it until November of the following year.
The Soviet Union's launch of Sputniks 1 and 2 in rapid succession shocked the American public out of complacency and sparked demand for an American space program. Eisenhower, while not enthusiastic about space exploration, knew he had to act soon or suffer in the polls. He met with AEC officials and with Wernher von Braun's contingent of German rocket scientists. The American rocket program, directed by the U.S. Army, had so far yielded dismal results. Rockets could lift small payloads, weighing up to a ton into orbit, but were unreliable and far too risky for human space exploration. Real progress was decades away. When advisors suggested combining the new technique of gravity control with advances in motion picture technology to fake space travel, Eisenhower jumped at it. The "space race" was on.
Operation Stardust, irreverently dubbed "Green Cheese," commenced in 1958. The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) was renamed the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as a cover for Stardust activity, but continued in its previous role in aeronautics testing. Spurred on by Soviet space successes, Stardust went into high gear, producing its first results in 1962, in the form of the Mercury "flights." Spaceflight footage was produced by the brilliant young director Stanley Kubrick, whose use of stark lighting would later prove ideal in imagining the lunar landscape. He was succeeded in 1966 by George Lucas, then just out of the University of Southern California film school. Lucas's brilliant special effects are responsible for the successes of the Gemini and Apollo "missions." Both Kubrick and Lucas made use of the then brand-new IMAX technology, which enabled them to create breathtakingly realistic views of space, including the famous "oasis in a dark sea of space" photograph of the earth. Complementary footage of crew operations was shot inside the VGTF, using primitive film and video cameras, for a grainy, "jerky" effect. The majestic vistas of "space" combined with grittily realistic footage on the human scale (especially effective for the "moon landings"), yielded a spectacle that dazzled the world for a full decade.
Kubrick and Lucas reaped huge benefits from the program. They were paid handsomely by a grateful United States government and were allowed free use of the film production technology when it was declassified. Kubrick used expensive government facilities and equipment for many of his later movies (most notably the 1969 classic, 2001: A Space Odyssey). Lucas used the special effects technology to set up his own company, Industrial Light and Magic, which he used when filming his first Star Wars trilogy. Very few knew just how much 2001 and Star Wars really owed to the American "space program." In 1973, as public interest in space exploration waned, Stardust quietly wound down, its purpose fulfilled. The Skylab "missions" were conducted to expend resources for which the government no longer had any use. The 1975 Apollo-Soyuz project was a signal to the Soviet Union that the Americans were bowing out of the "space race." (As early as 1964, the US had known of the Soviet Union's own fake space program (codenamed "PROJECT POTEMKIN"), and was based on similar technology that had arisen from Soviet atomic research. By that time, however, Stardust was well under way.) Most of the famous props used in the space spectaculars were dispersed among science museums, and the book was quietly closed on an unusual chapter in US history.
The benefits of the US "space program" are many. So-called "space spinoffs," advances in science and technology that touch our lives in so many ways, are actually spinoffs of the enormous technology base required to support the greatest hoax in the history of mankind. The "Space Race" sparked a more science-intensive education for American children. Most importantly, "Operation Green Cheese" bought America the time it needed to build a real space program. The US government realized that it could not continue to "sell the sizzle without the steak" forever, and would eventually have to produce real results. Due to the growth of mass communication and the more ready availability of information, space travel was much harder to fake in the 1980s than in the 1950s and 1960s. Some of the leaders of Project Stardust began to see a real need for an American presence in space. Therefore, NASA was reorganized as a true space agency in 1970, and quickly responded by designing a reusable manned space vehicle capable of carrying relatively large payloads to orbit. (The Soviet Union reached a similar conclusion, and developed their own space program along these lines.) The result is the first true manned spacecraft, the Space Shuttle, which has operated successfully (excepting the Challenger accident) throughout the 1980s and 1990s.
In July of 1999, America celebrated the 30th anniversary of an event that never happened. Millions of tourists have visited Houston's Johnson Space Center and Florida's Cape Canaveral to relive "history." The VGTF, behind an anonymous door in Building 29, is today used for training atronauts for extravehicular activity ("spacewalks") that they faked nearly thirty years ago.

Door: John van Ubbergen @ 15/05/2001 06:20 pm (192.87.16.130)

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