We Never Went to the Moon

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Health Research Books, Oct 1, 1997 - History - 87 pages
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Contents: Foreword; Introduction; How this book came to be written; Elements of Rocket Propulsion; U.S. Government Experience in Secret Operations; the Search for Apollo Secrets; the Apollo Project as Political Expediency; Steps to Simulation; Mu.
 

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The absence of stars in lunar surface photographs, film used to be reduced from a high levels of radiation, unexplained optical anomalies in the photographs undulating flags move in a wavy pattern or ... Read full review

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Mr. Kaysing never truly looked at the facts. He made up his mind with the limited knowledge and abilities that he possessed and simply came up wrong. Sadly he passed away before he was able to be convinced that he was wrong and that the USA actually did land people on the moon.
For his efforts, I award him a posthumous tinfoil hat.
 

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Foreword
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Summary and Conclusions
73
Appendix B Topics for Further Research
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