Analysing the Astronauts (Did They “Own” Going to the Moon?)

At last, something I’ve been waiting for: an analysis of the language used in the interviews of the astronauts involved in the moon landings.  Give these a listen and comment what you think.  Have the moon landings been disproven?  Or is there more information needed as the analyst hints?:


Is the Voynich Manuscript a Health Manual?

Voynich Manuscript (19)
“For more than a century, researchers have been trying to decipher ancient texts found in the Voynich manuscript…

Now, one British academic claims the document is in fact a health manual for a ‘well-to-do’ lady looking to treat gynaecological conditions.

Nicholas Gibbs, who is an expert on medieval medical manuscripts, said he came to the conclusion after discovering the text is written in Latin ligatures that outline remedies from standard medical information.”

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The Flat Earth Movement Continues Growing

Flat earthInside the world of Flat Earthers: Growing ‘global’ movement counts more than 40,000 as believers including basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal who think gravity is a hoax and the deny the world is round

  • Flat Earthers deny the earth is round and believe the whole concept is an elaborate conspiracy
  • They reject proven scientific evidence, NASA’s photographs and video, as well as basic common sense and choose to believe the Earth is flat, and surrounded by a giant, heavily-policed ice wall
  • The movement, let by Californian Nathan Thompson, 31, also believe that gravity is just an unproven theory
  • It has attracted tens of thousands of followers including a number of celebrity adherents, such as rapper B.o.B., former reality TV star Tila Tequila and basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal
  • Experts believe certain people are attracted to the theory because the (false) belief they know something the rest of the world does not can make them feel superior

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LordanARTS Investigates Missing 411

Do Governments Ever Lie?

A look at an old case:

“Reading from the Silver Star citation, which was referred to in an April 30 internal Pentagon email as the “Tillman SS gameplan” Kevin Tillman provided an abridged version of what the military told his family and the nation about his brother’s death: “Above the din of battle, Corporal Tillman was heard issuing fire commands to take the fight to an enemy on the dominating high ground. Always leading from the front, Corporal Tillman aggressively maneuvered his team against the enemy position on a steep slope. As a result of Corporal Tillman’s effort and heroic action, … the platoon was able to maneuver through the ambush position … without suffering a single casualty,” Kevin Tillman stated at the hearing.

“This story inspired countless Americans, as intended,” but “there was one small problem with the narrative,” Tillman told the Congressional Oversight panel. “It was utter fiction.””

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The Enfield Poltergeist

Dr. Jayne's Expectorant (3093617372)

A detailed look at the Enfield Poltergeist:

What Happened to Todd Sees? (LordanARTS)