Saturday, December 13, 2008

Neil Buzz Michael...Apollo 11

At the 35th anniversary White House reception, Neil Armstrong said, "Today we have among us a group of students among America's best, to you we say 'we've only completed the beginning. We leave you much that is undone. There are great ideas undiscovered, breakthroughs available to those who can remove one of truth's protective layers.'" (sorry for the tacky background music.)

"Truth's protective layers"...is an interesting way of putting it. Whatever IT is.

What really happened with Apollo 11? What did Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins experience on the way to the moon? at the moon? Why weren't they allowed to discuss it at the press conference? They are clearly uncomfortable and even depressed in the briefing. How much of what happened there is classified or "black ops?" Who is calling the shots? Who has the authority?

Why won't NASA open up to the Obama transition team? What are they hiding from the American public?

I think Neil Armstrong is a good guy...a smart, independent thinker...one of America's best. I wish we knew more about what he knows.

(Here's another video for what it's worth.)

Click here to see Armstrong on NASA's 50th anniversary.

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