The Stunning Statement by NASA



In the NASA film engineer Kelly Smith stated that they do not know how they will get a man through the Van Allen belts.
graphic of Van Allen belt from NASA
“We must solve these challenges before we send people through this region of space," Smith said.
If they got them through before with moon landings one has to wonder what this is all about.
In other words, did they ever get men through it?
 Orion will not be a manned flight since the radiation involved with passing through the Van Allen belt is simply lethal to human beings.
This is an absolutely stunning admission.
Apollo missions went through the Van Allen belt didn't they?
So one has to wonder.
Am I saying the moon missions were fraudulent? No, because I just really don't know enough.  I am simply presenting something I find very interesting and worth thinking about.
Listen to the video again and pay attention to what Smith says about the Van Allen radiation.

4 comments:

  1. Anonymous8:51 AM

    Shalom! There is an opinion that the entire footage of the so called lunar landing was shot at Stanley Kubricks studio using split screen technology. Great piece of cold war propaganda, absolutely brilliant in its effect. Took the soviets a few years to figure it out. Stars and stripes fluttering in the non existant lunar breeze. All that lunar dust that wasn't blown around by the rocket thrusters upon landing, etc, etc. All the best. stingray

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  2. Anonymous11:26 AM

    re: ananymous couldnt have been Kubrick then he paid too much attention to detail to let stuff like that slide....unless he did it on purpose!

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  3. "
    The Apollo missions marked the first event where humans traveled through the Van Allen belts, which was one of several radiation hazards known by mission planners.[30] The astronauts had low exposure in the Van Allen belts due to the short period of time spent flying through them. Apollo flight trajectories bypassed the inner belts completely to send spacecraft through only the thinner areas of the outer belts.[24][31]" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Van_Allen_radiation_belt

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  4. Anonymous12:15 PM

    Greetings! To which NASA film are you referring? Thanks!

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