We see them everywhere. People rocking NASA shirts like they’re some sort of rocket scientist. Like the energy drink in their right-hand and the genetically engineered food in their left somehow makes them smarter if they wear a NASA shirt. NASA has become popular as a clothing brand, why is that? Let’s take a minute to ask why and to question the origin of this “Space” organization that turns out to be quite, well, spacey.
NASA was founded July 29th, 1958. Since then billions of dollars have poured in funded by the US Federal Government. In fact, this year alone NASA had a budget of $19.9 billion dollars. What else happened on July 29th?
In 1921 Adolf Hitler became the leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party, on you guessed it, July 29th. NASA was founded on the same day 37 years later, that Hitler came into power on. Strange coincidence? This was the first tripwire that made me dig deeper. If you’re read up at all you’ll know that Hitler had quite the team of scientists and engineers who were creating rockets and biological warfare weapons.
Wait until you hear the full story.
1 of 365 days is 1/5th of 1% in terms of probabilities. That’s unlikely to happen. It’s like beating Russian Roulette over and over again. That just doesn’t happen. Strangely enough, Neo’s passport in the film the matrix has a one date (same probabilities as above) that we all know too.
About 20 billion dollars goes into space programs each year. That’s a lot of money. To put into perspective how much money this is, take world hunger.
$30 billion dollars a year would end world hunger, according to the United Nations. That means the size of NASA’s budget each year could feed 2 out of 3 hungry people worldwide. If NASA didn’t exist and that money was rerouted, we could almost end world hunger. To date over $600 billion has been spent on space exploration, yet we haven’t made it “back to the moon” since 1969.
Let’s look at what NASA is doing, the history of its early beginnings and what your tax dollars do.
According to History.com: NASA has sponsored space expeditions, both human and mechanical, that have yielded vital information about the solar system and universe. It has also launched numerous earth-orbiting satellites that have been instrumental in everything from weather forecasting to navigation to communications.
Please correct me if I’m wrong, but doesn’t Google Maps and T-mobile have weather and communications locked down?
Someone please tell me.. what information has NASA given us to improve our quality of life?
Government Funded: Operation PaperclipOperation paperclip was an operation run by the US Government. The JIOA (joint intelligence objectives agency) carried this out by special agents of the army. This operation brought in 1,600 Nazi scientists, engineers and technicians from Germany. Wernher von Braun and his V-2 rocket team were recruited from Germany to America for employment within the US Government. Most of which were members or leaders from the Nazi party.
A factory at which Von Braun worked was reported to kill the 5 slowest working Jews each week. International organizations alike agree that if he were alive today he would be convicted of war crimes.
"Buzz wants to go back to Mars!"
According to this supposed conspiracy theory, a manned mission to Mars took place between 1952 and 1973 and nobody was told about it…
It wasn’t the first and it won’t be the last. The circumstances that arose from the astronauts setting foot on Mars are continuing.
After successfully landing man on the Moon, NASA and the U.S. Department of Defense initiated Project Horizon, an ambitious mission to set up a permanent stationary base on our satellite.
In the following years, a similar project received funding but its destination was millions of miles away. Codenamed Project Redsun, its aim was to successfully colonize the Red Planet. The first mission saw three astronauts taking the journey aboard a modified Saturn V left over from the discontinued Apollo Program.
Since Project Redsun was a joint operation between the U.S. and the USSR, a soviet cosmonaut accompanied the two famous American astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong. The rocket was launched from a ‘secret and absolutely isolated zone in Brazil.’ The absolute secrecy such a mission would require meant the entire affair was kept under a tight lid.
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