I have been reviewing a lot of research about Apollo and the Moon lately because I am thick in the middle of writing my next novel, The Blue Marble, which has to do with those subjects.
I am just floored by the ridiculousness of the official moon landing narrative that has survived all these years. There are so many holes in NASA’s fairytale about landing on the moon.
For example, according to NASA, Apollo 11 used Hasselblad cameras that had virtually no modifications made to them. The cameras allegedly had extended wing tips to make it easier for taking pictures in a space suit with pressurized gloves.
In addition, the cameras used Kodak Ektachrome film that had no special modifications made to it for the conditions of space.
Here’s the kicker! According to NASA, there were extreme temperature differences when the astronauts moved in and out of sunlight.
How is it possible that regular film could hold up in the vacuum of space in a camera that was essentially the same model as the ones used on Earth? How could the film stock survive temperature fluctuations of hundreds of degrees without becoming brittle in the cold or melting in the sunlight?
The camera technology story that is attached to Apollo alone should have raised big red flags about the missions being fake.
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