A Mission to Nowhere Fast!

Dr. John Reizer

According to the sci-fi movie studio in Florida otherwise known as NASA, Artemis I is scheduled to liftoff from the Kennedy Space Center in mid-November. Artemis missions I, II, and III are going to take humanity back to the Moon. Artemis III will be the first crewed mission to the Moon since Apollo 17 allegedly accomplished the long journey in the early 1970s.

Artemis I

It’s absolutely puzzling to me how so many people can still believe that NASA went to the Moon with Apollo so many decades ago and has never been back as of this writing.

There have been many whistleblowers through the years since Apollo that have come out and explained the hoax.

Forensic photography experts, ex-aerospace engineers, CGI designers, film and camera manufacturer experts, physicists, scientists, and many others have made statements that the Moon landings were faked and filmed in studios on Earth.

When I was writing the book, Something’s Wrong with the World and I’ll Tell You What it is in 2019, I read plenty of research information about the temperatures in the thermosphere. It gets hot enough in that part of the Earth’s atmosphere to melt all known metals.

The Thermosphere

“Temperatures climb sharply in the lower thermosphere (below 200 to 300 km altitude), then level off and hold fairly steady with increasing altitude above that height (7). Solar activity strongly influences temperature in the thermosphere. The thermosphere is typically about 200° C (360° F) hotter in the daytime than at night, and roughly 500° C (900° F) hotter when the Sun is very active than at other times. Temperatures in the upper thermosphere can range from about 500° C (932° F) to 2,000° C (3,632° F) or higher.”

The NCAR and UCAR also claim, “The space shuttle and the International Space Station both orbit Earth within the thermosphere.” Let me point out that just about any metal found in existence has a melting point below the temperatures found in the thermosphere. Lead: 327 degrees C; Magnesium 650 degrees C; Aluminum 660 degrees C; Aluminum Alloys 463-671 degrees C; Gold 1063 degrees C; Copper 1084 degrees C; Steel 1425 – 1540 degrees C; Titanium 1670 degrees C.”

— Something’s Wrong with the World and I’ll Tell You What it is

The question that I asked at the time was what metals were used to construct the Apollo spacecraft. How did NASA prevent its space capsules from melting?

For 63 million dollars a day, taxpayers needed to see some results. More importantly, people needed to see men walk on the Moon and confirm that Apollo and NASA were worth funding.

So, that’s what NASA did. The space agency faked the lunar missions and everything else that has been claimed in the way of space travel accomplishments. Crewed and uncrewed missions to outer space are movie productions and if you’re thinking otherwise, you are kidding yourself.

When Astronaut Don Pettit told the world several years ago that NASA lost the technology to go back to the Moon, people were left scratching their heads. People were wondering, and rightfully so, how did the space geniuses at NASA lose the knowledge to travel to the Moon.

Lunar Photography

Hundreds of photographs were allegedly taken on the lunar surface by astronauts using simple cameras and Kodak film. The conditions on the Moon with temperature swings of over 400 degrees Fahrenheit that required astronauts to wear pressurized suits, would have frozen and melted the film cartridges and the film. We haven’t even considered what the ionizing radiation on the Moon would do to the film. The entire photographic narrative alone is preposterous and impossible.

When have we seen technological accomplishments achieved and never used again? How about space travel, nuclear weapons, and the isolation of viruses? All of these seemingly amazing feats were brought to fruition by CGI trickery long ago on microscopic and macroscopic scales.

It’s all smoke and mirrors, folks. Sleight-of-hand magicians have convinced the world that certain technologies are real and they are not.

Artemis is the next Apollo fraud. NASA needs to justify stealing 63 million taxpayer dollars each day. Artemis is NASA’s next sci-fi film. Grab some popcorn and enjoy the show!


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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.


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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Will Google Lunar X Prize Missions to the Moon Dispel Apollo Hoax Claims?


Dr. John L. Reizer

According to the website GIZMODO, a privately funded German Space exploration team is planning to set down a robotic device on the moon in 2017. The team known as PT Scientists is reportedly working with the German car manufacturer, Audi to develop a moon rover that is capable of visiting NASA’s Apollo 17 moon landing site from the 1970’s. Apollo 17 was the last of the Apollo missions to have allegedly landed on the surface of our moon.

The GIZMODO article published on November 30, 2016 makes the case that the privately funded German team, working within the parameters of the Google Lunar X Prize contest rules, will prove once and for all that Apollo was a genuine group of missions that carried astronauts to the moon. We will see as I am not so certain any of this privately funded space exploration stuff will ever come to fruition. And if it does, I am pretty confident the mission will never be permitted to broadcast high definition videos of the Apollo 17 site back to earth. Not that there’s anything at those sites worth photographing if you know what I mean.

Since Apollo officially ended, plenty of credible researchers from all over the world have voiced their doubts about the authenticity of NASA’s claims. Simply stated, many skeptics have maintained a position that the American space agency faked the moon landings.

Mainstream journalists love to quickly label people who question the validity of Apollo as conspiracy nuts. But if you take the time to review all the evidence that supports the conspiracy claims, you will discover, as I did many years ago, some pretty convincing facts that will ultimately lead any unbiased person to the only logical conclusion possible: Apollo featured more “astronots” than it did astronauts.

The Google Lunar X Prize is a competition that was announced on September 13, 2007. It was designed to inspire private teams of engineers and rocket scientists worldwide to develop and employ low cost strategies for robotic space exploration on the moon.

According to the official contest rules, the first private team of scientists to successfully place an unmanned spacecraft on the moon’s surface, have the robot travel 500 meters, and then transmit back to earth a high definition video from the lunar surface will win 20 million dollars. Second and third place teams to arrive on our satellite’s surface and satisfy the same contest criteria will receive 5 million dollars each.

The Google Lunar X Prize website recently reported there are currently five finalist teams that have been awarded contracts to go to the moon in 2017. The teams announced on January 24, 2017 were: SpaceIL, Moon Express, Synergy Moon, Teamindus and HAKUTO.

It is interesting to note that the German team interested in exploring the Apollo 17 site has been excluded from the list of contest finalists. Now there’s a big surprise. (Grinning widely)

Contest rules require that all team launches to the moon be initiated by December 31, 2017 or else prize monies will be withdrawn. How much do you want to wager that none of these missions will get off the ground by the required deadline?

I will update this article in January, 2018 to report on what happens with the teams involved and if any prize money is awarded.

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