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The 'Selective' Insight of Bart Sibrel

‘Truthers’ are a curious breed, but in the art of political propaganda they punch well above their weight. As their written articles and Youtube videos are spread insidiously throughout society, it is their attitudes and opinions that permeate the masses in a manner that undermines national governments, and the media such governments control. 929 more words

Leftwing Political Analysis

Scribblings - Shooting for the moon

My friend, the moon. Earth’s constant companion in a universe of uncertainty. Mirroring my own life since the day I was born. I’ve written posts about the moon before, when the supermoon came to town just before Christmas, and other posts before that. 241 more words

Apollo 17: The Last Men on the Moon

Actual article noted below was published August 24, 2012 04:15pm ET, FYI…

The final Apollo mission took the first scientist to the moon. He was also the last man — so far — to set foot on another world. 22 more words

Science

Sorry, Conspiracy Theorists; We Did Go To The Moon - It Was Awesome.

This Sunday, December 11th, marks 44 years since the last Moon landings. Conspiracy theorists have thought of everything possible to disprove work by NASA. Here are some of the common arguments debunked. 1,577 more words

Space Missions

How AdVINTAGEous - Armstrong, Aldrin and Lady Penelope

‘5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Thunderbirds are go!’

Those words, and that FAB, unmistakable theme tune are firmly embedded in my head for all time. Sitting on our living room floor, we got as close to our new family colour telly as it was possible to get without blurring our vision, or Mum crying ‘move back, the pair of yer, yer’ll both get square eyes!’ We were so close as our new telly may have been super duper colour, but it was a tiny, portable one.

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We Landed on the Moon, but only in Dreams?

Is NASA telling the truth on moon landings? There were 12 Apollo missions between 1967 and 1972 (Apollo 1, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17). 274 more words

Moon Landings