The Blue Marble: Our First Complete Photograph of Earth (And NASA doesn’t know who took the photograph)

Dr. John Reizer
The Blue Marble Photograph

NASA has offered the American people so much in the way of fakery since its inception, it is difficult to list all the nonsense.

Everything, from the moon landing photos taken by Apollo astronauts to the alleged photography of distant galaxies taken by the Hubble and James Webb telescopes, is predicated on fraud and deception.

According to NASA, the person who took the famous photo titled The Blue Marble is unknown. Are you kidding me?

Let’s review, there were three Apollo astronauts onboard Apollo 17, and nobody remembered who took the only full picture of Earth ever recorded.

It’s interesting to note that it wasn’t until the final Apollo mission that someone suggested that one of the astronauts should photograph the Earth.

Additionally, guess what is not visible in the famous photo? Stars! Aren’t there lots of stars in space? There are no stars visible in any Apollo photos.

They forgot to paint in the stars!

Here are some tidbits of information about the famous photo:

The Blue Marble is an image of Earth taken on December 7, 1972, from a distance of about 29,000 kilometers (18,000 miles) from the planet’s surface.[1][2][3] Taken by the crew of the Apollo 17 spacecraft on its way to the Moon, it is one of the most reproduced images in history.”[4][5][a] — Wikipedia

NASA has also applied the name to a 2012 series of images which cover the entire globe at relatively high resolution. These were created by looking through satellite pictures taken over time in order to find as many cloudless photographs as possible to use in the final images.” — Wikipedia

“In the NASA archive its formal designation is AS17-148-22727 but it’s commonly known as The Blue Marble Shot, and forty years later we still aren’t sure who actually took it.” — The Atlantic Magazine (2011)

None of the astronauts wanted to be credited with taking the most famous photograph ever because it is a CGI fake.

But here is the kicker that tells you NASA is full of you know what! According to an article in The Atlantic Magazine, you cannot see the globe shape of Earth unless you are 20,000 miles away in outer space.

“It was the first photograph taken of the whole round Earth and the only one ever snapped by a human being. You can’t see the Earth as a globe unless you get at least twenty thousand miles away from it, and only 24 humans ever went that far into outer space.” The Atlantic Magazine (2011)

Only twenty-four humans ever went far enough in space to see the globe shape of Earth and they were all Masons! You can’t make up this bullshit!

NASA has been making up stories about space travel and the Moon for decades, so I thought I would do the same thing. I wrote a novella titled The Blue Marble.

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Dr. John Reizer is a retired chiropractor and author. Born in Lakewood, New Jersey, in 1963, he resides in Inman, South Carolina, with his wife and daughter.

John has written several novellas and is the founder and chief editor of the popular alternative news blog, NoFakeNews.net.

Dr. Reizer is a former associate professor of clinical sciences at Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

His most recent works, The Blue Marble, Plandemic, The Visitors, Aftermath, False Memory, The Homecoming, Frequency, and The Target List, are science fiction thrillers.

John’s novel, The Target List, is currently in post-production with Mad-Wife Productions and will be released as a feature film, under the title, Target List in 2023.

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14 thoughts on “The Blue Marble: Our First Complete Photograph of Earth (And NASA doesn’t know who took the photograph)

  1. Ashley September 29, 2022 / 4:50 pm

    That is just incredible, John!
    Thanks for the [true] history lesson!

  2. lhakes12 September 29, 2022 / 5:50 pm

    Great points, John! I do find it quite amazing that no person will take credit for the most famous photo of our planet. You would think that they would want the recognition.
    I think that all the astronauts had had enough of all the tom foolery!

    And, yes, where is the starlight? ⭐

    Lisa

    • Dr. John Reizer September 29, 2022 / 6:55 pm

      When you begin to critically examine the Apollo missions, it becomes clear that the entire program was a giant scam.

      Thanks for sharing, Lisa! 👍🙂

      John

  3. Kenneth T. September 30, 2022 / 2:30 am

    Thanks, John!
    It’s no wonder everyone believes the earth is round(ish).
    Every time I see a globe, I want to change it to something, (oh I don’t know)… flat.

    That’s just me — (but is it really?) 😉

    ~Kenneth

  4. Kenneth T. September 30, 2022 / 2:07 pm

    I’ll take the credit…
    but I also gotta say “I’m sick, tired, and damn this confidentiality sh*t I signed”, “I will no longer stand by the official story.”
    “We faked it, we faked it all!”

    • Dr. John Reizer September 30, 2022 / 2:14 pm

      Yes, NASA did fake it and everything else, I believe.🤣

  5. Jim September 30, 2022 / 7:41 pm

    I always thought that picture looked fake. I had the poster hanging on my wall as a kid and I used to study it. Something about it just looked wrong. I knew something wasn’t right way back then, even before I was awake!

    • Dr. John Reizer September 30, 2022 / 3:56 pm

      Thanks for sharing, Jim. It’s hard to believe that so many things we were led to believe were real are fake. It’s a crazy world! 🤣

      John

  6. lhakes12 October 1, 2022 / 12:11 am

    John, change of topic. I had watched the World News this evening. I saw that Hurricane Ian hit Mrytle Beach and Georgetown in South Carolina.
    Although I am guessing that you are safely tucked away inland in Inman.
    But are you getting any high winds or rain in your area?

    Lisa

    • Dr. John Reizer September 30, 2022 / 8:19 pm

      Hi Lisa,

      We are safe in my neck of the woods. We have some rain and breezy conditions outside. Thankfully, we are far enough west and out of harm’s way. The Midlands and Coastal regions of the state got it much worse. Thanks for thinking of us. 👍😀

      John

    • lhakes12 September 30, 2022 / 8:29 pm

      I am happy to hear all is well in your neck of the woods. 😀
      I couldn’t help but think of you all when I saw that on the news tonight.

      Lisa

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