Bart Sibrel talks about the Apollo 11 Moon Hoax

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2009-03-30 21:35:46

Audio:     Synopsis below the text here, but it was quite an interesting broadcast – I learned that NASA launched a test satellite to simulate transmissions coming from the moon…the TETRA satellite.…   I also learned about a 2005 CBS interview with Neil Armstrong by Ed Bradley (first ever TV profile) – 14 minutes:…   Total length of Armstrong’s words (probably in 1 or 2 weeks’ filming) is 4 minutes. Found a transcript of the interview here:…   Couple of interesting quotes by Neil:   Interviewer: You said once to a reporter “How long must it take before I cease to be known as a space man.” Why did you make that comment?   Armstrong: I guess we’d all like to be recognized not for one err.. piece of fireworks but for the ledger of our daily work.   The interview then describes Armstrong as easy to talk to but hard to know.    “It’s a brilliant surface in that sunlight. The horizon seems quite close to you because the curvature is so much more pronounced than here on earth. It’s an interesting place to be. I recommend it.”   Bradley says. “And why do you think we didn’t continue?”   “When we lost the competition, we lost the public will to continue,” Armstrong replies.   Why did the US lose the competition? They got to the moon 1st didn’t they?????   Moon Hoax TheoryIn the first hour and a half of the program, Ian Punnett spoke with documentary filmmaker Bart Sibrel, who provided evidence that he believes shows the moon missions were faked by NASA. Sibrel said the lack of photographic evidence of Neil Armstrong’s famous moon walk is suspect, as is the famous astronaut’s seeming unwillingness to talk about his alleged experiences on the moon. Sibrel thinks Armstrong alluded to this deception in a cryptic speech from 1994, when he reportedly told a group of high school students that someday they would be able to “remove one of truth’s protective layers.” One of those layers may involve the 25,000 mile thick Van Allen radiation belt, which Sibrel insisted would have kept the Apollo astronauts from traveling beyond low earth orbit. According to Sibrel, Apollo 12 astronaut Alan Bean admitted that he did not pass through this dangerous radiation barrier. Sibrel also spoke about moon mission photos, specifically what he believes is a fake shot by the Apollo 11 crew purportedly showing their progress halfway to the moon, as well as his controversial theory about the Apollo 1 fire, which he said may have been deliberately set by the CIA. Callers lined up on both sides of the debate, many agreeing in one way or another with Sibrel. Ian invited Sibrel back at the beginning of the third hour to speak with Kevin W. Kelley, author of The Home Planet. Kelley said he has looked at every hand held image taken by the astronauts and concluded that they did go to the moon. Sibrel disagreed, pointing out that the moon photos appear to have been lit using artificial lights (in a studio). Related Articles Moon Hoax DebateCheck out this video clip from a 2002 broadcast of MSNBC’s “The Abrams Report,” in which filmmaker Bart Sibrel debates astronomer Phil Plait on whether the moon landings were faked. Footage also includes the famous Buzz Aldrin punch.                 Are you interested in what’s really going on in the world, behind the facade? Then…www.checktheevidence… happened on 9/11?    

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