Tin Foil Hat Wednesday
Has Mankind Really Ever Been to the Moon?
Marcus Allen is the British distributor and publisher of Nexus magazine, about conspiracy theories and paranormal claims. He says his publication offers “news and information that is overlooked, unreported or ignored by the mainstream media.”He worked as a photographer in the 1960s, and is a proponent of the idea that NASA faked the Apollo Moon landings.
James Van Allen determined in the 1950’s that it is simply scientifically/medically impossible for humans to pass through the Van Allen Belt because of the massive radiation exposure. When one officially asks NASA how they solved that problem for Apollo 11, they don’t give a specific answer other than, “We figured it out..”
Vice President Mike Pence suggested at a meeting held at the space facility in Alabama on March 26, 2019 that it was time for the U.S. to jump back into a “space race” and send some more men to the moon.
Marcus Allen, a professional photographer, says the photos released by NASA of the moon and activity from July, 1969 could not possibly have been taken with a camera using film, with someone in a space suit, just pointing and shooting with no way to gauge the light and adjust setting with big clumsy gloves on.
The moon rocks allegedly brought back from Apollo 11 have never really been made available for close examination
The space suits allegedly worn by moon walkers had to have withstand huge temperature variances between sunlight areas and shadows.
Many technicians and experts in television transmission say there simply was not enough battery power on the lunar module or mother ship, that wasn’t being used to transmit a clear television signal from the moon to Earth.
We received emails covering: Where is the exhaust in the video from the astronauts? Who took the famous shot of Neil Armstrong’s foot touching the surface? Was Stanley Kubrick involved in the alleged cove up? How is it possible for thousands of NASA workers to be in on a scam such as this with no one talking?
Marcus Allen on his moon hoax research, March 27, 2019 ONE
Marcus Allen on his moon hoax research, March 27, 2019 TWO