Astronaut takes first step inside International Space Station’s inflatable ‘spare room’ … Bigelow Aerospace developed the first-of-its-kind habitat as part of an $18 million contract with Nasa. The company has an eye on eventually using its inflatable technology to build hotels in space. –Telegraph
According to NASA, this “flexible habitat” is a model of something the astronauts might use on the moon or Mars.
What NASA scientists want to know is whether such habitats can shield astronauts from solar radiation, temperature fluctuations and space debris.
Of course, NASA’s skeptics have another question: Does the International Space Station even exist?
Meanwhile, NASA keeps making declarations regarding ambitious space plans.
NASA was going to snatch a rock from an asteroid to prove that mining could be done in deep space.
Now, the focus has shifted back to the moon and Mars.
Our focus, however, includes Youtube.
HERE’S a video that showing astronauts turning transparent as they move in and out of the pictures beaming down from the space station.
Why would these images of astronauts suddenly allow you to see through them?
Is space rendering them invisible?
We’ve recently reported HERE on the similarities between a World War II jeep and the lunar rover for which Boeing charged between $40 and $60 million.
And HERE is an astronaut getting up from the surface of the moon without – somehow – using his legs. Maybe wires? (See two-minute mark.)
In another article in today’s edition, we report on the firebombing of Hiroshima.
Previously we’d written some articles expressing our doubts about the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
We couldn’t figure out how the cities had been destroyed, however, if not by an atomic bomb.
But now it turns out that a 1945 AP article reported that Hiroshima was in fact firebombed before Truman announced his atomic bombing.
What can you trust these days? And who? We try not to take sides. But we have plenty of questions.
Long ago, we became aware of the autism-vaccine controversy and researched it
It seemed to us there were linkages between vaccines and a number of sicknesses.
We found out, astonishingly, that many vaccines, past and present, were not subject to double-blind tests.
Now, it’s been reported that the Center for Disease Control covered up a significant study showing linkages between vaccines and autism.
We also suspected, based on photographic evidence, that Hiroshima and Nagasaki had been firebombed, not blown up in a nuclear explosion.
We analyzed Internet text and videos within the context of what we call “dominant social themes.”
In other words, are popularly accepted events actually propaganda designed to advance the globalist interests of powerful banking elites?
Vaccines, for instance, provide elite-controlled governments with access to people’s bodies virtually at will.
Increasingly, it didn’t make sense to us that such technology actually existed without considerable negative impacts.
More recently, nuclear weapons raised similar questions.
It didn’t make sense to us that US officials discovered weapons so powerful that the government itself became absolutely necessary to maintain the world’s safety and peace.
In fact, governments usually do the opposite. But modern technology inevitably seems to demand increased government involvement.
Long ago, at the suggestion of a clever feedbacker, we names this sort of process “directed history.”
Here how it works:
Top officials come up with an idea to increase government power.
They then falsify or make up scientific data to support the roll out of a given theme.
It gets reported in corrupted scientific journals.
Then ambitious academics start to cover it.
Once it becomes an academic topic, the mainstream media begins to write about it.
Once mainstream coverage is underway, the political process takes over. Politicians begin to make legislation. The UN holds meetings based on an upswell of such legislation.
The result is directed history. History that inevitably encourages globalism.
In the 21st century this process has broken down irretrievably.
Recent polls show that up to one-third of Western populations don’t believe that NASA sent astronauts to the moon.
Only four percent of Americans have high trust in Congress. Not many more trust the executive branch of the judiciary.
The Internet itself has ripped away the concealment of directed history.
Whether it is global warming, monopoly central bank economics or scarcity propaganda of all kinds, people are increasingly skeptical about the “truths” they were taught in school and repetitively absorb from the mainstream media.
They have many questions, just as we do.
The European Union is falling apart as a result of this distrust. The two major American political parties are deteriorating for the same reason.
We have written in the past that the Internet is a process, not an event. The skepticism infecting all parts of civil society is only going to get worse.
Elites will fight back using tools of economic ruin and military action. Their motto is “out of chaos, order.”
Conclusion: What can you do? Take “human action” as you see fit. Closing your eyes to what’s going on, will not lessen expanding conflicts. These are increasingly obvious. If you have any doubts, just read up on the Bilderberg coverage of the past week.