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As per usual, FreePolitik is going against the grain, pointing out some unpleasant truths about the truther community. It’s always a struggle. Should I just bite my tongue and shut up?
A Facebook friend told me I was “punching down” because of my last article concerning the recent political theatre in the United States. The star of the show is, of course, Donald Trump. You see, I’m not supposed to mention that the orange messiah is stumping for Big Pharma. I’m supposed to tow the party line and slam those big bad Democrats for arresting Donald (again.)
So far, the scoreboard is not looking too good for Donald:
Stolen elections 1
Jan 6 riots 1
Total charges 78+
Sexual assault lawsuits 26
Friends of Epstein: a plane load
Years in prison ∞
Swamps drained 0
Anyway, here’s the article. Please no hate mail. I’m just a poor starving blogger, pointing out the obvious:
What does all this have to do with the India Moon Landing? I thought you’d never ask. There is some strange myopia in the alternative community that makes it difficult to know how to respond sometimes. Are you guys okay?
Last week, the recent moon landing by the India Space Agency was a huge national morale booster for India—previously a third world country—now a first world country, with the fifth largest economy and a growing military presence to match.
The live visual of India’s lunar module landing on the moon was never intended to appear real. The commentator, during the live stream of the landing states that it is just a visual representation. The camera from the lander was also showing a live feed, but it’s pretty boring, because the moon is a boring place. It is a dead rock spinning in space.
The CGI of the lunar landing is total crap for sure. Are they trolling the Flat Earthers and the fake moon landing club?
The fact that the Flat Earth community is promoting the idea that the India Moon Landing is all fake should cause some to think twice about it. I have explored the Flat Earth rabbit hole in a previous article:
Why would India want to go to the moon anyway?
The answer is that the moon is a big giant mineral deposit. The Earth and all the other planets and moons are disgorged hunks of the sun that broke off billions of years ago, and fell into orbit, slowly cooling and becoming spherical. The Earth still has a molten core.
The Earth has minerals buried deep under layers of forest, vegetation and soil, but on the moon, the minerals are readily exposed on the moon’s barren surface. Not only that, there are no land rights, permits, or pesky bureaucracy to badger you on the moon. There are no environmental restrictions or indigenous people to displace. It’s a capitalist’s dream come true!
The India space project is called Chandrayaan, which is Sanskrit for “moon craft.” The landing occurred on the South Pole of the moon because there is reportedly large deposits of ice. This could be used for long-term habitation on the moon. Water could be used for drinking or to grow food and sustain human life. Water can also be broken down into hydrogen for fuel and oxygen to breath.
The moon is rich in rare earth metals and helium-3. Rare earth metals are desperately needed for cell phones, electronics and a wide variety of uses. China has a virtual monopoly over REMs, and the rest of the industrialized nations want their own supply.
Helium-3 is an isotope of helium which is not plentiful on earth, but NASA estimates there are a million tons on the moon, and since it is not radioactive, it would not produce dangerous waste.
The Chandrayaan Praygan (means wisdom) rover was released from the lunar lander on August 23. It will roam the lunar surface for one lunar day (14 Earth days), powered by solar cells. The Praygan is not designed to withstand the deadly cold of a lunar night when temperatures drop to -280 degrees Fahrenheit. During the day, temperatures rise to 260 degrees Fahrenheit. There are caverns discovered on the moon that remain a steady 63 degrees Fahrenheit, suitable for lunar bases.
I don’t know about you, but I grew up reading Isaac Asimov, Frank Herbert and Robert Heinlein. The idea of moon bases was just science fiction fantasy then, but now it is becoming a reality. Wow!
Long-term goals for national space agencies are to build lunar bases for re-fuelling rockets on route to Mars, and beyond. The solar system is our oyster, the final frontier, and technology has advanced to the point where these proposed projects are feasible.
Why do some in the alternative community ridicule the Indian Lunar Mission?
First of all, the graphic of the lunar lander does look bad.
Secondly, many believe we never went to the moon because:
We can’t get past the Van Allen belt
There is no space because the Earth is flat
A guy on YouTube said NASA lost the technology
All of the above
Another less attractive reason may be sheer national jealousy. America is supposed to be the king of the world, and any other country achieving anything is a threat to American dominance. India is not supposed to be catching up with the good ole USA. Indians are supposed to be people who talk funny and work at the 7-Eleven or at call centres. However, times have changed.
Some of us watch too many sci-fi movies, and a space ship is supposed to look like this:
Definitely a space ship is NOT supposed to look like this:
The world is changing, in so many ways—it is frightening, alarming and overwhelming. Some people don’t like change and they don’t want the world to change. They want a nice house with a picket fence, where they can lead a simple life with a simple wife (and two cats in the yard, life used to be so hard).
The truth is that the world is dangerous, exciting, unstable and on the verge of complete collapse. Or possibly, at the beginning of the most amazing period in world history. Or both.
Strap on your jet pack, Buzz. We’re in for a wild ride.
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