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"Moon plays": The moon was the Earth - Lies and Truth in the Atmosphere

25. Van Allen radiation belts, sunstorms and sunspots, radiation on the moon and flashlights: "Moon flights" are impossible

The low radiation data at the "moon astronauts" - the too low flash light rates - the "moon flights" cannot have been performed

Der Mond ist ohne Atmosphäre von den Sonnenwinden und
          Sonnenstürmen total radioaktiv verstrahlt.
The moon has no atmosphere and has no protection against sunwinds and sunstorms.
So there is a totally high radioactivity on the moon.

  by Michael Palomino (2006)

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from:
-- Gerhard Wisnewski: Lügen im Weltraum [Lies in space]; Knaur 2005
-- SIDC: Daily Sunspot Number; http://sidc.oma.be/sunspot-data/dailyssn.php


Explorer satellites: Data of high radioactive radiation in the Van Allen belts


x
Example of an Explorer satellite: Explorer 17
                  1963.
Example of an Explorer satellite: Explorer 17 1963.

This is the magnetic field of the Earth
                      defending the cosmic radiation of the sun
                      ("sunwind"). So, there are two radiation
                      belts, the Van Allen radiation belts.
vergrössernThis is the magnetic field of the Earth defending the cosmic radiation of the sun ("sunwind"). So, there are two radiation belts, the Van Allen radiation belts.

The Explorer satellites of the late 1950s have a casing of 3 mm aluminium. They

-- state in the inner of the Van Allen radiation belt a radiation up to 200 millisievert / hour, this is 1,2 mio. times more than the dose in Germany per hour

-- state in the outer Van Allen radiation belt a radiation up to 50 millisievert / hour, this is 400,000 times more than the dose in Germany per hour.

(In: Koelzer, Winfried: Die Strahlenexposition des Menschen; Informationskreis KernEnergie, [The radiation exposition of humans; information circle atomic energy], November 2004, p.11; and: medicine worldwide: Strahlenbelastung in der Raumfahrt [Radiation in space]; OnVista Media GmbH, version of 9 June 2004; Wisnewski, p.195)

Another source states that there is an average radioactive radiation in the Van Allen radiation belts of of 600 millisievert / hour.

(In: Cull, Selby: Giant Leap for Mankind or Giant Leap of Faith? Examining Claims That We Never Went to the Moon ; The Journal of Young Investigators, Issue 2; January 2004; Wisnewski, p.195)

The description of the Van Allen radiation belts of Smolders seems to be very clear:

"The radiation dose in these belts is between 75 and 100 roentgen per second - but not more than 15 to 20 roentgen are acceptable per day. So the dose in the belts is lethal. This is the reason why the Soviets have objections against higher orbits."

(In: Peter L. Smolders: Soviets in Space; N.Y. 1974, p.104-105; Wisnewski, p.206)

Wisnewski:

"One roentgen corresponds to about 1 rad, so, this is what some Apollo mission had reached totally."

Then Smolders claims that the "moon landings" had been possible because the "moon astronauts" had passed the radiation belts very quickly and had got only a low radiation.

(In: Peter L. Smolders: Soviets in Space; N.Y. 1974, p.104-105; Wisnewski, p.206)

[Also NASA argues like Smolders, but this is naive].

If one later sees the low radiation data of the "moon astronauts" of 0.16 up to 1.14 rad (~roentgen) the "moon astronauts" had passed the radiation belts in a part of a second, and this does not work... (Wisnewski, p.207).)

In Tschernobyl the dose was 6 millisievert / hour and the whole region was evacuated (Wisnewski, p.195).

According to another source (Selby Cull) the astronauts in the Van Allen belts get 600 millisievert per second, these are in 90 minutes 900 millisievert, respectively there is "an average dose of 0,167 millisievert per second" (orig.: "durchschnittliche Strahlendosis von 0.167 Millisievert pro Sekunde"). (Wisnewski, p.196)

On the way through the radiation belts (90 minutes) the astronauts had got almost a whole sievert of radioactive radiation, so (Wisnewski, p.196).

[so, this would be during two ways to and back about 1.8 sievert, and considering the sunstorms and the cosmic radioactive radiation on the moon there is a high radiation to add which is not defined]. 

Considering only the cosmic radiation of the Van Allen belt and comparing with the claimed radiation of the "moon astronauts" the "moon landings" seem impossible. But the radiation of the Van Allen belts is not the only factor of radiation in space:

The sun radiation by sun activity and sunstorms - "sunspots" and "sunwinds"

The sun is not only sending light, but also radioactive radiating parts, the "sunwinds" (Wisnewski, p.198).

The sun changes the activity in a rhythm of 11 years between "solar minimum" and "solar maximum" ("Sun maximum") with special high sun activity. The sun activity and with it the radiation intensity in space can be estimated when one counts the number of "sunspots" [from 0 up to over 200], and at a "solar maximum" the sun has a high number of "sunspots" (Wisnewski, p.198).



Sonnenzyklus mit dem Zyklus der prozentualen
                    Sonnenfleckenfläche, NASA-Grafik 2005. Die
                    "Mondlandungen" kommen genau in die Zeit
                    eines Hochs der Sonnenaktivität 1969 bis 1972 zu
                    liegen...

Sun rhythm with the cycle of the sun surface which is covered by sunspots, NASA diagram 2005.
The "moon landings" shall have been performed exactly during a maximum of sun activity 1969 to 1972...


(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Sunspot_butterfly_with_graph.gif; http://science.msfc.nasa.gov/ssl/pad/solar/Images/bfly.gif)



The outbreaks of the sun can give enormous amounts of high energetic radio active part into space (Wisnewski, p.197-198). The so called "sunwind" becomes a radioactive storm or hurricane: "The high energetical parts race within hours through the solar system [...] Add to this some radioactive parts fly almost with speed of light and pass the distance between sun and moon within 30 minutes." Astronauts in a little Apollo module with thin walls have no chance to survive (Wisnewski, p.198).

(In: Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Applications; Space Studies Board: Radiation and the International Space Station. Recommendations to Reduce Risk, 2000, p.20; Wisnewski, p.198)

Example:
<After a huge outbreak of the sun on 28 October [2003], one of the strongest outbreaks of the last decades the shock front of the CME arrived already on 29 Oct at 7:00 o'clock MESZ at ACE satellites. In the evening and during the night to 30 October there were many coloured polar lights to see.>

(orig.: <Nach einem gewaltigen Ausbruch auf der Sonne am 28. Oktober [2003], einem der stärksten der vergangenen Jahrzehnte, traf die zugehörige Schockfront des CME bereits am 29. um 07:00 Uhr MESZ beim ACE-Satelliten ein. Abends und in der Nacht zum 30. gab es vielerorts farbenprächtige Polarlichter zu sehen.>)
(http://www.saevert.de/aurorapics2003.htm)


Eruption of the sun of 28 October 2003, sun spots of 29 October 2003 and measurements of the radioactive "solar wind"
Sunspots after an outbreak of the sun on 29
                    October 2003.
Sunspots after an outbreak of the sun on 29 October 2003.

The radioactive stream by the sunwind after the
                  outbreak of the sun on 28 October 2003, data by
                  satellites, diagram.
The radioactive stream by the sunwind after the outbreak of the sun on 28 October 2003, data by satellites, diagram.



As an effect there are polar lights in certain regions where the stream of radioactive parts ("sunstorm") hit the Van Allen belts:


Polar lights after sunstorm of 28 October 2003
Polar light 29 October 2003 over Görlitz.
Polar light 29 October 2003 over Görlitz.
Polar light at Norderney, 30 October 2003.
Polar light at Norderney, 30 October 2003.


The sunspots during the alleged Apollo mission Apollo 8 to Apollo 17

from:
-- SIDC: Daily Sunspot Number: http://sidc.oma.be/sunspot-data/dailyssn.php
-- Gerhard Wisnewski: Lügen im Weltraum [Lies in Space]; Knaur 2005, p.208

Precisely during the years 1967 to 1970 the Sun is again in a high activity, a cycle "solar maximum", with a special high Sun activity. This can be proved by the number of sunspots. According to this number of sunspots the sunwinds and the radioactive radiation in space are strong (Wisnewski, p.198-199).

According to Wisnewski the average number of sunspots between 1967 to 1970 is 127 sunspots a day. The sunwinds are strong. A manned flight to the "moon" seems not to be possible considering the radioactivity (Wisnewski, p.199).

The moon landing fans simply say that the astronauts had "luck" (Wisnewski, p.199).

[But the astronauts had really had "luck": They were never forced to fly to the "moon"...]

Astronauts acting with two "moon flights", are:
James A. Lovell (Apollo 8 and 13), John W. Young (Apollo 10 and 16), Eugene A. Cernan (Apollo 10 and 17).

Apollo 9 was no "moon flight", but it's said to be only a test of the Lunar Module in an Earth orbit. The astronauts who had been two times "on the moon" or in a moon orbit should have a special radio activity by the sunwinds, and should have developed also a specially high rate of cancer by this.

There is no special shield against the cosmic radioactive radiation

The shield of Apollo capsules is no shield


Up to Apollo 8 NASA has not even performed animal experiments in the Van Allen belts. NASA claims simply that the estimated radiation data would be under 1 rad for every astronaut, so less than at a X-ray examination of the chest (Wisnewski, p.195).

But according to Wisnewski the shield of the Apollo capsules can only provide 7.5 thousandth part of the protection which is given on Earth on the equator by the atmosphere and by the magnetic field (Van Allen belt). The Apollo capsule corresponds only to a protection wall of about 7 mm plumb, but it would be necessary 90 cm plumb for a protection like on the equator.

(In: Völker, Lutz: Nutzlast Mensch; Institut für Luft- und Raumfahrtstechnik, Fakultät Maschinenwesen [Human freight; Institute for air and space technique, faculty machinery]; TU Dresden, July 2001; Wisnewski, p.195).

NASA trivializes the cosmic radiation

NASA claims in the press map e.g. about Apollo 8:

"The solar radiation and the radiation of the Van Allen radiation belts are no danger for the astronauts in the thick walled Apollo capsules." (Wisnewski, p.195)

The reports about Apollo 8 and about all other Apollo flights do not mention the Van Allen radiation belts and do not mention the cosmic radiation (Wisnewski, p.194).

[The secrecy functions...]

But theoretically a "trip" through the Van Allen radiation belts needs 90 minutes (Wisnewski, p.196).

Also the danger of Sun activity is mentioned in the NASA press map only with one single sentence:

<Every solar outbreak during the mission will be watched by the worldwide network of alarm stations for sunwinds.> (Wisnewski, p.198)

So there is no other measure than to "watch". When the astronauts should be on the "moon" at a moment of an outbreak of the Sun they would be adviced to start from the moon and to fly to the main atmosphere ship in the moon orbit. But the sunwind is faster than the so called start procedure... (Wisnewski, p.198)



Table of sunspots during the "moon landings"

In the following tlables the number of sunspots is indicated according to the "Wolf number", the definited coordination number to fix the number of sunspots seen in a telescope according to the telescope quality.


11 to 22 October 1968

Apollo 8

On 21 December 1968 Apollo 8 is said to have passed the first time the Van Allen radiation belts, is said to have been in a moon orbit, and is said to have passed the Van Allen radiation belts another time. This would be the first human experiment with radioactive radiation in a height of not known extent. Also measures are made, but there is never planned a stop of Apollo 8 (Wisnewski, p.104).


Viele Sonnenflecken

Cosmic, radioactive radiation: Sunspots during Apollo 8

October 1968

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

Sum

Average 

Sunspots (Wolf number)

95

99

70

76

90

88

82

108

112

114

122

134

1190

99.17

Event

Apollo 8 with alleged moon landing

 

 

(In: SIDC: Daily Sunspot Number; http://sidc.oma.be/sunspot-data/dailyssn.php)

Astronauts: Frank F. Borman (*March 14, 1928); James A. Lovell (*March 25, 1928), William A. Anders (born Oct 17, 1933)
(Wisnewski, p.208).

NASA claims an exposure of the Apollo 8 astronauts of 0.16 rad (Wisnewski, p.201).


3 to 13 March 1969

Apollo 9

Apollo 9 (3-13 March 1969) is said to have performed only an Earth orbit.

(http://de.wikipedia.com: Apollo 9)

With this Apoloo 9 is not within the balance of radiation belts, sunspots and lunar radiation on the moon.


18-26 May 1969

Apollo 10

Radioaktivität im All ohne jeden Schutz ist
                        sofort tödlich

Cosmic, radioactive radiation: Sunspots during Apollo 10

May 1969

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

Sum

Average 

Sunspots (Wolf number)

117

120

123

163

178

198

205

182

177

1463

162.6

Event

Apollo 10 with alleged moon landing

 

 

(In: SIDC: Daily Sunspot Number; http://sidc.oma.be/sunspot-data/dailyssn.php)

Astronauts: Thomas P. Stafford (*Sep 17, 1930), John W. Young (*Sep 24, 1930), Eugene A. Cernan (*March  14, 1934)
(Wisnewski, p.208).

NASA claims an exposure of the  Apollo 10 astronauts of 0.48 rad (Wisnewski, p.201).


16-24 July 1969

Apollo 11

Viele Sonnenflecken

Cosmic, radioactive radiation: Sunspots during Apollo 11

July 1969

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

Sum

Average 

Sunspots

(Wolf number)

75

78

73

66

61

62

60

55

55

585

65

Event

Apollo 11 with alleged moon landing

 

 

(In: SIDC: Daily Sunspot Number; http://sidc.oma.be/sunspot-data/dailyssn.php)


Astronauts: Neil A. Armstrong (*Aug 5, 1930), Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin (*Jan 20, 1930), Michael A. Collins (*Oct 31, 1930) (Wisnewki, p.208).

NASA claims an exposure of the Apollo 11 astronauts of 0.18 rad (Wisnewski, p.201).


14-24 Nov 1969

Apollo 12

Radioaktivität im All ohne jeden Schutz ist
                        sofort tödlich

Cosmic, radioactive radiation: Sunspots during Apollo 12

 

November 1969

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

Sum

Average 

Sunspots (Wolf number)

67

68

67

75

86

94

123

127

132

129

119

1087

98.8

Event

Apollo 12 with alleged moon landing

 

 

(In: SIDC: Daily Sunspot Number; http://sidc.oma.be/sunspot-data/dailyssn.php)


Astronauts: Charles P. "Pete" Conrad (*June 2,1930-dead July 8, 1999, traffic accident), Richard F. Gordon (*Oct 5, 1929), Alan L. Bean (*March 15, 1932) (Wisnewski, p.208).

NASA claims an exposure of the Apollo 12 astronauts of 0.58 rad (Wisnewski, p.201).


11-17 April 1970

Apollo 13

Apollo 13 is said to have been on a "moon trip" and is said to have suffered an explosion of an oxygene tank. The atmosphere ship shall have been on a moon orbit, then the astronauts are said to have changed from the main atmosphere ship to the ascent stage of the Lunar Module and they are said to have passed the flight back in the ascent stage only, and a short time before the landing they are said to have changed from the ascent stage to the main module (Wisnewski, p.196).

On the flight back the astronauts of Apollo 13 are said to have passed the Van Allen radiation belts in the Lunar Module, only in a case of about 3 mm aluminium (Wisnewski, p.195-196).

According to the press map the ascent stage has a heat shield and micrometeor shield of diverse layers of mylar and a thin aluminium profile.

(In: NASA: Apollo 11 Lunar Landing Mission; Press Kit, Washington, 6 July 1969, p.96, 101; Wisnewski, p.196).

Viele Sonnenflecken

Cosmic, radioactive radiation: Sunspots during Apollo 13

Radioaktivität im All ohne jeden Schutz ist
                        sofort tödlich

April 1970

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

Sum

Average 

Sunspots (Wolf number)

183

163

141

124

106

92

82

891

127

Event

Apollo 13 mit angeblicher Mondumrundung

 

 

(In: SIDC: Daily Sunspot Number; http://sidc.oma.be/sunspot-data/dailyssn.php)


Astronauts: John L. Swigert (*Aug 30, 1931-dead Dec 27, 1982, bone cancer), Fred W. Haise (*Nov 14, 1933), James A. Lovell (*March 25, 1928) (Wisnewski, p.208).

NASA claims an exposure of the Apollo 13 astronauts of 0.24 rad (Wisnewski, p.201).


31 Jan-9 Feb 1971

Apollo 14

Viele Sonnenflecken

Cosmic, radioactive radiation: Sunspots during Apollo 14

January 1971

31

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sum

Average

Februar 1971

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

 

 

Sunspots (Wolf number)

103

90

85

81

80

73

78

82

64

45

781

78.1

Event

Apollo 14 with alleged moon landing

 

 

(In: SIDC: Daily Sunspot Number; http://sidc.oma.be/sunspot-data/dailyssn.php)


Astronauts: Stuart A. Roosa (16 Aug 1933-12  Dec 1994, complications in a hospital), Edgar D. Mitchell (*17. Sep 1930) (Wisnewski, p.208).

NASA claims an exposure of the Apollo 14 astronauts of 1.14 rad (Wisnewski, p.201).


26 July-7 Aug 1971

Apollo 15

Radioaktivität im All ohne jeden Schutz ist
                        sofort tödlich

Cosmic, radioactive radiation: Sunspots during Apollo 15

July 1971

26

27

28

29

30

31

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sum

Average 

August 1971

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

 

 

Sunspots (Wolf number)

84

75

72

70

72

69

72

61

58

48

45

38

44

808

62.2

Event

Apollo 15 with alleged moon landing

 

 

(In: SIDC: Daily Sunspot Number; http://sidc.oma.be/sunspot-data/dailyssn.php)


Astronauts: David R. Scott (*June 6, 1932), Alfred M. Worden (*Feb 7, 1932), James B. Irwin (March 17, 1930-dead Aug 8, 1991, heart attack) (Wisnewski, p.208).

NASA claims an exposure of the Apollo 15 astronauts of 0.30 rad (Wisnewski, p.201).


16-27 April 1971

Apollo 16

Viele Sonnenflecken

Cosmic, radioactive radiation: Sunspots during Apollo 16

April 1972

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

Sum

Average 

Sunspots (Wolf number)

60

55

59

58

65

77

81

83

82

88

83

63

854

72.2

Event

Apollo 16 with alleged moon landing

 

 

(In: SIDC: Daily Sunspot Number; http://sidc.oma.be/sunspot-data/dailyssn.php)


Astronauts: Thomas K. Mattingly (*March 17, 1936), Charles M. Duke (*Oct 3, 1935), John W. Young (*Sep 24, 1930) (Wisnewski, p.208).

NASA claims an exposure of the Apollo 16 astronauts of 0.51 rad (Wisnewski, p.201).


7-19 Dec 1972

Apollo 17

Radioaktivität im All ohne jeden Schutz ist
                        sofort tödlich

Cosmic, radioactive radiation: Sunspots during Apollo 17

December 1972

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

Sum

Average 

Sun spots (Wolf number)

24

29

42

53

61

64

67

69

71

66

71

58

49

700

53.8

Event

Apollo 17 with alleged moon landing

 

 

(In: SIDC: Daily Sunspot Number; http://sidc.oma.be/sunspot-data/dailyssn.php)


Astronauts: Eugene A. Cernan (*March 14, 1934), Ronald E. Evans (*Nov 10, 1933-dead April 6, 1990, heart attack), Harrison H. Schmitt (*July 3, 1935) (Wisnewski, p.208).

NASA claims an exposure of the Apollo 17 astronauts of 0.55 rad (Wisnewski, p.201).


The radiatino of the Van Allen belts and of the sunspots is not all yet:

The cosmic radioactive radiation on the moon

The radiation on the moon itself has to be rather high and cannot be estimated. The radiation data of the so called "lunar probes" are secret... (Wisnewski, p.202)

[respectively not one single lunar probes has reached the moon probably and all is a lie about the lunar probes].

The moon has no atmosphere and is not
                      protected from the sunwinds and sunstorms, so all
                      radioactivity is coming on the moon. The moon is
                      totally radioactive and no human can survive
                      there. So, the moon is a radioactive prohibited
                      area and any "moon landing" is an
                      illusion (conclusion Palomino).

The moon has no atmosphere and is not protected from the sunwinds and sunstorms, so all radioactivity is coming on the moon. The moon is totally radioactive and no human can survive there. So, the moon is a radioactive prohibited area and any "moon landing" is an illusion (conclusion Palomino).



The cosmic radioactive radiation which got the "moon astronauts" during their stay on the "moon" is never mentioned by NASA. The radiation data for the moon itself are kept "secret" by NASA. Also the alleged radiation data measured by the "lunar probes" are kept secret, or the data are singular because there is no other lexicon which wants to confirm the data (Wisnewski, p.202).

[It's strange that from the biggest radiation source, the moon itself, the data is missing. The cecrecy of NASA finctions to hold on an illusion of "moon landing"...]

This is NO conspiracy theory, stupid journalist, but these are facts.

Illnesses by radioactive radiation

Dose in Sievert

Illness

0.5 to1

Change of the blood picture, red skin, some sickness, vomiting, seldom death

1 to 2

Negative effect to the bone marrow, vomiting, sicknett, bad general condition, about 20 % lethality

over 4

Heavy limitations of the general condition and heavy disturbance of the blood picture. Very high infection rate, 50 % lethality.

over 6

Add to all there are gastrointestinal symptomes [stomac problems]. Very high lethality.

over 7

Lethality almost 100 %.

over 10

Damage of the central nervous system (CNS), paralysis possible before death

over 100

Death within seconds by breakdown of central nervous system (CNS).

(In: medicine worldwide; Wisnewski, p.196-197).


This is NO conspiracy theory, stupid journalist, but these are facts.


No radiation symptoms at the "moon astronauts"...

There are never radiation symptoms found at the "moon astronauts". Only the third astronaut of Apollo 13, John. L. Swigert, dies with 51 years by bone cancer. All other "moon astronauts" stay safe and healthy (Wisnewski, p.197).


The average radiation dose on the manned Apollo flights according to NASA

The alleged measured radiation dose at the "moon astronauts" after the flight back is yet under the NASA estimation of 1 rad, so it's said to be between 0.1 and 0.5 rad. Only Apollo 14 is said to have 1.14 rad and shall have had more than 1 rad of radiation (Wisnewski, p.201).

Apollo 7: 0.16 rad (Earth orbit)
Apollo 8: 0.16 rad ("moon flight")
Apollo 9: 0.20 rad (Earth orbit)
Apollo 10: 0.48 rad ("moon flight")
Apollo 11: 0.18 rad ("moon flight")
Apollo 12: 0.58 rad ("moon flight")
Apollo 13: 0.24 rad ("moon flight")
Apollo 14: 1.14 rad ("moon flight")
Apollo 15: 0.30 rad ("moon flight")
Apollo 16: 0.51 rad ("moon flight")
Apollo 17: 0.55 rad ("moon flight")


According to the measures at the "moon astronauts" the Van Allen radiation belt would not exist (Wisnewski, p.201-202), and this is an impossibility which is acting against the own measuring data from the Explorer satellites (Wisnewski, p.202).

[and the sunspots, the sunwinds and the sunstorms and the cosmic radiation on the moon is also not existing according to NASA. This is really a Mickey Mouse phantasy spaceflight in the sense of Mr. Gearloose...]


A project for a "moon hotel": Massive walls against the cosmic, radioactive radiation

"Lunatic" Hotel-Entwurf.
"Lunatic" Hotel-Entwurf.




  

 

The architects of the world find it "interesting" to plan houses for the moon because gravity is only 1/6 of Earth's gravity. So there would be "bold" constructions possible (Wisnewski, p.203).

Architect Hans-Jürgen Rombaut plans e.g. a hotel "Lunatic", with radiation protection. That for he plans thick protection walls protection effect against radiation:

-- 12 cm wall of moon material [but this is radioactive!]
-- 3 cm glass
-- 35 cm water
-- 3 cm glass
total 53 cm thick (Wisnewski, p.203).

This is not the protection on Earth by the atmosphere which would correspond to a protection shield of 90 cm plumb. But the "hotel visitors" would have only  a stay of some days, so 53 cm would be enough, the architect says. The hotel staff has to house and cook and sleep underground (Wisnewski, p.203).

The contradiction to the NASA indications with an atmosphere ship of thin metal walls and a Lunar Module of aluminium could not be better (Wisnewski, p.203).


Factor: Light flashes during the flights of the atmosphere ship

The light flashes reported during the flights from the astronauts is "high energy radiation of particles coming into the eye. The high energy particles urge through the space ship casing, glasses and helmets into the eye and produce little light flashes on the retina. And now it's interesting that these light flashes were count by the different space crews."

Already in the Earth orbit are light flashes (Wisnewski, p.200).

The "moon astronauts" have allegedly not counted more light flashes as during an orbit round the Earth

It's strange that the astronauts during their "trip to the moon" had not counted more light flashes as astronauts in an orbit around the Earth in a low height. The Apollo atmosphere ships report an average of only 14 light flashes per hour. Apollo 17 does not report any light flash. Later the space station MIR (400 km in orbit) counts an average of 11 light flashes per hour, but Apollo-Soius counts 27 (220 km in orbit), and Skylab 78 (440 km in orbit) light flashes per hour.

(In: Casolino et al.: Light Flashes Observations On Board Mir And ISS With Sileye Experiments; Academy Press, 2003; Wisnewski, p.200).

[According to the number of light flashes the "moon astronauts" had been in an orbit around the Earth during their "moon trips".

This is NO conspiracy theory, stupid journalist, but these are facts.

Conclusions:

The astronauts never were on the "moon" according to the radiation data

The radiation data of the "moon trips" (e.g. Apollo 8 with 0.16 rad) are as high as the radiation data of simple Earth orbits (e.g. Apollo 7 with 0.16 rad). [Also Apollo 9 with an Earth orbit is reported with only 0.2 rad of radiation according to NASA data].

It's impossible that the radiation exposure of flights in an Earth orbit and of "moon flights" could be the same. Apollo 13 with a flight back in an ascent stage through the Van Allen radiation belts shall not have got more radiation than a flight around the Earth. Also this is an impossibility. NASA claims radiation had simply been no problem respectively was "low"...

(In: NASA: Biomedical Results of Apollo; Wisnewski, p.202)

According to the detailed data of sunspots this is an absolute lie of NASA and a simplification of space flight in stile of Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse. The NASA staff defend the visions of space flight how they are presented in Mickey Mouse books and unreal science fiction films by Walt Disney and Wernher von Braun.
(Conclusion Palomino)

Also the rate of light flashes is not higher than during a normal Earth orbit, partly it is even lower. This is another impossibility (Wisnewski, p.200-201).

[According to the radiation data and the rate of light flashes the astronauts have never been "on the moon", but they made Earth orbits for a long time or in case of Apollo 17 with no light flashes they went to get a coffee and watched the films about a "moon landing" in TV...]


The old, healthy "moon astronauts"

Despite of the Van Allen radiation belts and the sunstorms 1967 to 1970 [and the high cosmic radiation on the moon which is kept secret] shall only one "moon astronaut" have died because of cancer (Wisnewski, p.199-200).

The old, healthy "moon astronauts" with special radioactive exposure: Fred Haise

Astronaut Fred Haise, young and old
Fred Haise, young and old

Example "moon astronaut" Fred W. Haise, in May 2005 71 years old: He is said having crossed the radiation belts with Apollo 13 two times, one time only in a thin walled ascent stage of the Lunar Module (Wisnewski, p.197).

 

 

"Moon astronauts" with two "moon flights": Lovell, Young, Cernan

Astronaut James Lovell, young and old
James Lovell, young and old

Example "moon astronaut" James A. Lovell, in May 2005 77 years old. Lovell shall have passed the radiation belts with Apollo 8 and with Apollo 13, one time in a thin walled ascent stage of the Lunar Module with Apollo 13 (Wisnewski, p.197).

Astronaut John W. Young, young and old
John W. Young, young and old

Example "moon astronaut" John W. Young, in May 2005 74 years old, listed with Apollo 10 and 16 (Wisnewski, p.207,208)

Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan young and old
Eugene A. Cernan young and old

Example "moon astronaut" Eugene A. Cernan, in May 2005 71 years old, listed at Apollo 10 and 17 (Wisnewski, p.207,208).


The moon landing fans claim, the Apollo heroes had been immune against the radiation and had "luck" (Wisnewski, p.197).


Balance: No "moon flights" because there was no radiation data and no cancer illness caused by moon flights

The radiation risk on the "moon flights" exists

-- because of radioactive radiation by the Van Allen radiation belts

-- because of the cosmic, radioactive radiation by sunstorms with a high number of sunspots

-- because of cosmic, radioactive radiation on the moon.

According to their state of health and of their age the "moon astronauts" were never on the moon, because the cosmic, radioactive radiation would not permit a healthy life after the "moon flights"...

This is true: The "moon astronauts" had "luck" because they never had to fly on the moon...

(Conclusion Palomino)


No space flight because of the radiation belts

Smolders cites Viktor Bazikin, a former member of the Union for Astronomy and Geodesy [Earth measuring] in the Academy of Sciences:

"The radiation data measured by Sputniks, rockets and balloons have proved without any doubt that the radiation is the main obstacle for trips into space."

(In: Smolders, Peter L.: Soviets in Space, N.Y. 1974, p.104-105; Wisnewski, p.206).


Factor: Russia had no Walt Disney comics - only atmosphere flight possible

The nature of humans seems not to belong to space. The Russians had even no Walt Disney dreamers manipulating the population with science fiction novels. The visions in the science fiction films of Walt Disney and Wernher von Braun seems according to the data not be practicable until now. The space research institutions of the Western countries (NASA and others) are following a wrong ideal, and NASA can produce all possible pictures of planets, "lunar samples" and "Mars samples" which cannot be verified and probably are all a fake. But the media report this shit as "sensation" and make money with it increasing the edition numbers up to the time that all will realize that space flight can be performed in the atmosphere only. Only atmosphere flight is possible.

(Conclusion Palomino)

This is NO conspiracy theory, stupid journalist, but these are facts.

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Picture sources

-- satellite Explorer 17: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Explorer_17

-- Van-Allen radiation belt and "sunwind", space diagram in black and red:
http://image.gsfc.nasa.gov/poetry/tour/vanallen.html

-- sunspot diagram of NASA 1800-2000: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Sunspot_butterfly_with_graph.gif;
http://science.msfc.nasa.gov/ssl/pad/solar/Images/bfly.gif

-- sunspots after the outbreak on 27 October 2003: http://www.saevert.de/aurorapics2003.htm

-- radioactive stream after Sun outbreak on 27 October 2003, diagram:
http://www.saevert.de/aurorapics2003.htm;
http://www.n3kl.org/sun/noaa_archive/2003/Oct_29/noaa_xrays.gif

Polar lights on  28 / 29 October 2003 after the Sun outbreak of 27 October 2003:
-- Norderney: http://www.saevert.de/aurorapics2003.htm;
http://www.meteoros.de/cgi-bin/aurora3/webbbs_config.pl?noframes;read=2373
-- Goerlitz: http://home.arcor.de/alexander.wuensche/html/astro/astro_beob_11.htm;
http://home.arcor.de/alexander.wuensche/html/astro/astro_beob_11.htm

-- Lunatic hotel plan: http://www.astronomija.co.yu/suncsist/sateliti/mesec/hotel/lunarnihotel.htm

-- Fred Haise and James Lovell, young and old:
http://edition.cnn.com/2000/TECH/space/04/10/apollo.13.then.now/index.html

-- John W. Young: young: http://images.jsc.nasa.gov/lores/S64-29940.jpg;
old: http://news.space-explorers.com/display.asp?v=02&i=21&a=5&p=1b

-- Eugene A. Cernan:
young: http://www.scienceandsociety.co.uk/results.asp?x9=MANNED+SPACE+FLIGHT,+USA,+APOLLO+10;
old: http://www.afocr.org/directors/cernan.htm

-- shield radioaktive - Zutritt verboten: http://www.emailleschilder.com/divers3.htm
-- moon: http://www.astronomia.de/index.htm?http://www.astronomia.de/mond.htm

Symbols:

-- sunspots: http://www.angewandte-geologie.geol.uni-erlangen.de/klima1.htm
-- symbol radioactivity with scull: http://www.klar-schweiz.com/radioaktivitaet.htm
-- symbol moon with radioactivity: http://www.retzstadt.de/mond.htm; http://www.emailleschilder.com/technik2.htm

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