Cluesforum's research of Nasa's fraudulent Space Shuttle program "ENDEAVOUR - and the spaced-out NASA efforts", initiated in May 2011, has naturally led us to question the very existence of the INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION which, of course, we are told was assembled piece by piece by the wondrous "Flying Bricks" (NASA's so-called 'Space Shuttles') - and the comical, midget Soyuz space modules.
It has emerged that NASA is, basically, nothing but a colossal "Hollywood" department financed by untold billions of taxpayers' monies - and has not ceased to deceive the public ever since its first major "blockbuster" - the grossly concocted Moon Hoax.
NASA, essentially, is science-fiction sold as truth. But don't take our word for it, verify our findings for yourself - then fasten your seat belts and enjoy your smooth landing back to Earth as we jettison into the void of space, one by one, all of NASA's astronomical lies.
dead on! ...people will NEVER question the Shuttle or ISS while (apparently!) 20-minutes +
of unbroken, unedited, ZERO-G floating astronaughts footage exists...
Dear reel deal,
I concur with your thought (as quoted above). However, allow me to ask: why bother to bring these actors up in a hypersonic plane just to shoot a few minutes/hours of 'magic footage' - when all can be done with 'Hollywood' special fx?
Let me use the video you posted to make my point clearer:
"LIFE IN THE SPACE STATION" http://youtu.be/ZEZ_VSLIZQA?t=1m58s
First, watch that woman on the right as she magically produces an orange from her hand and throws it to her colleague:
Now, I hope we can agree it is indeed an orange - or something of that size.
Next, her partner throws the orange at the camera lens - and it actually bounces off the lens:
(Note: no large interior window is known to exist inside the "ISS".)
Well, next time you have an orange and a camera handy, try putting the orange right in front of your lens.
Better still, try throwing it at your lens and see if you can reproduce what we see in the above shot. Good luck!
But...of course, naysayers will say: "Duh! NASA has those HUUUGE, special monster lenses which we mere mortals can only dream of !"