Can you hear me now?

Where the heck are the stars?


Fall 2023


“Reizer is one of my favorite authors. I accidentally stumbled upon Introducing Michael Morris, and since then, I’ve been hooked. I believe in the future, he could be esteemed as one of the prophets of science fiction. If you’re not familiar with John Reizer’s works, you should be.” — AthenasBooks


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6 thoughts on “Can you hear me now?

  1. Kenneth T. January 15, 2023 / 1:04 am

    Alien technology works wonde… uhhh — miracles.

    I’m thinking they would have put stars on the backdrop except any ‘stargazer’ would be able to figure out that the positioning would be all wonky

    – Kenneth

    • Dr. John Reizer January 15, 2023 / 8:10 am

      That is the exact reason why there are no stars in any NASA space travel photos. Stars’ locations could be verified by experts who could prove a photo is fake.


  2. lhakes12 January 15, 2023 / 9:22 am

    John, that broadcasting equipment honestly looks like an upside down umbrella. I bet it is! 😂
    So the following is not surprising.


    Apollo Moonlanding Hoax:

    “NASA Lost 14,000 Reels Of Science Data From The Fake Moon Landing.”


    “Absolutely NOTHING to see here
    …’lost’ 🤓

    (Including the stars!)

    • Dr. John Reizer January 15, 2023 / 9:46 am

      I can not believe that there are still people out there who believe this ridiculous lie. But then again, millions upon millions of people wore face masks for two years and voluntarily got jabbed with the covid bioweapons.🤣


      • lhakes12 January 15, 2023 / 10:41 am

        Yes, unfortunately there are more lost minds and souls than anything else! 😢


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