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The Great Apollo Moon Swindle

July 29, 2009, part 1 of 1.
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Categories: [ Apollo Moon Missions ]

Tonight we present a special feature in honour of the 40th anniversary of the (alleged) Apollo 11 moon landing.

In keeping with our mission to venture beyond the spin of mainstream news, we plunge into the outer limits of skepticism to revisit the Apollo hoax theories. Our guest tonight is Jarrah White, a young Australian man who has dedicated considerable time and resources to debunking the widely held belief that men did indeed walk upon the moon between 1969 and 1972.

The first half of the show consists of a discussion between myself and Jarrah, while in the second half we are joined in robust debate by Josh Jackson and our regular guest John Bursill (a registered aircraft engineer).

Jarrah has produced a number of documentaries on the subject of the moon landings which you can watch for free on his youtube channel.

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MoonFaker: No Crater (by Jarrah White)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEQNZQdJFtI

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Update 30 July 2009 - Jarrah sent this:
I just noticed something. In my interview I said "Apollo 12 was to be the first time they bring a video camera to the moon". I mispoke. I meant to say "Apollo 12 was to be the first time they bring a COLOUR video camera to the moon".

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If I should happen to meet Mr White I would treat him the same way as Buzz Aldrin treated Bart Sibrel.

By Terence Kierans on 2009 08 02 - 11:26:21

hi thanks for the info.

By Nyard on 2010 12 10 - 00:33:40

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Leonard Clampett is correct if he states that airway charts are no direct indication of actual traffic.

However it shows that there are designated routes over South Burnett. It’s not an area where air traffic is unusual.

For the actual traffic consult Flightradar 24 over the South Burnett region.

Regarding the semantics of “from/to Sydney and Brisbane” let me clearly state that I never had the route between Sydney and Brisbane in mind. This might have been more clear to people following the discussion with Cris.

The bottom line and the relevant point is that there is just no evidence for days with “only one jet” over South Burnett. Flight tracking shows clearly that there is constant traffic over the region. Show me a day with only five jets over South Burnett on Flightradar 24 - even limited to the daylight period - and I will be convinced.

The statement of Cris (“We are lucky to get 1 jet a day visible here normally”) can indeed only refer to the visibility with bare eyes on a non-trail day, not the actual traffic, as explained extensively and repeatedly.

Regarding the “3 or more abreast” situation that Cris referred to, I quote my reply from the first time this was brought up:

Next time you see three planes abreast, or circles, or grids - grab a camera and take a picture. Otherwise it’s hard to say what you saw. May have been normal traffic where the many routes are bound to intersect at some points, or circling in holding positions, or military exercises.

Without seeing pictures, it’s just speculation.

I can add now that I have observed several situations on Flightradar where three planes were close together (vertically separated of course), going in the same direction. Why should that be unusual?

 

By Josh on 2014 12 19 - 01:13:29
From the entry 'Contrails dissipate quickly whereas chemtrails linger?'.

chris

By the way I I still don’t have an answer for when there are 3 or more abreast?????

you dont get answers from josh anonymous.. its beyond his capabilities, you will get a whole heap of incomprehensible bluff and bluster though..

i usually try to make it easy for the poor sap, just asking simple yes or no questions, or those requiring a one word answer..  but they seem to be the ones he struggles with the most? - he really is an enigma.. he should donate his body to science, and i dont think he should wait till he dies either..

By Andrew Adams on 2014 12 18 - 12:45:51
From the entry 'Contrails dissipate quickly whereas chemtrails linger?'.

Leonard

This means aircraft from/to Sydney and Brisbane. There is no mention of any other geographical locations so it is demonstrable that you refer to those two cities.

he must really struggle with simple day to day tasks.. honestly.. that is another example of when he accussed me of making threats, then denied he wrote that, then wanted me to show him precisely where he did, and when shown, simply ignores all reference to it..  pretends it didnt happen at all.. unbelievable really - if he is the best answer to prove that chemtrails dont exist, they really are struggling.. 

he thinks proving a point, obviously, is simply banging away at the keyboard and hitting submit, with no consideration to rhyme or reason.. relevence, consistency, logic or common sense.

he wont / cant even answer simple questions.. incapable of providing a yes or no answer to a simple question. he feels his inconsistencies, lies, qualifications, credibility, have no relevence to anything so long as he keeps the babble going on and on.. he is doing a good job.

I suspect Janonymous is a whack-job rather than a shill.

you might be right there, it would be almost impossible for a shill to pretend to be so stupid.. and in most instances, id feel a little bit of pity..  but i dont in this case, he needs medication or something, he is obviously in a lot of misery..

By Andrew Adams on 2014 12 18 - 12:42:20
From the entry 'Contrails dissipate quickly whereas chemtrails linger?'.

Pretty busy here.
Looked at the link late last night.
If there were planes on those routes I would have seen very few as nearly all of the routes don’t come close enough to me.
Maximus, you are not omniscient.
You are clueless.
By the way I I still don’t have an answer for when there are 3 or more abreast?????
What about the ones that intersect those paths….only a few of which go near me?????
What about the stop start ones?
And the ones that make curvy border around an approaching weather front?
Or the giant circle that I took photos of?
Just because the lap dog news can pump out NWO propaganda unopposed because they won’t print evidence to the contrary doesn’t mean you will get away with it.
Do you need hearing aids?
VERY FEW JETS UP HERE UNLESS THERE IS IMMANENT RAIN!!!

By Cris on 2014 12 18 - 12:30:48
From the entry 'Contrails dissipate quickly whereas chemtrails linger?'.

Janonymous, if you knew anything at all, you would know that the Skyvector aeronautical charts you give reference to are simply charts of airways and no indication of any traffic whatsoever.

Leonard Clampett,
“I have flown Sydney - Brisbane and Brisbane - Sydney many tines”
Huh? Did anybody talk about that route?
I said that planes from Sydney and to Sydney as well as planes from Brisbane and to Brisbane are flying over the region.
Earlier I have stated (referring to Queensland):
“All the traffic between Shanghai, Beijing in the North-West and Sydney in the Sout-East is going over it, as well as the Brisbane - Singapore route. Among the traffic are many cargo flights which shouldn’t come as a surprise. Then add all those continental connections.”
Here is a direct link to the enroute vector map centered over Brisbane. Drag it to South Burnett - as I said, fairly busy.
By Josh on 2014 12 17 - 22:34:06

By Leonard Clampett on 2014 12 18 - 12:07:06
From the entry 'Contrails dissipate quickly whereas chemtrails linger?'.

Janonymous seems not to be able to understand that which he writes. BTW Janonymous, you did not “say”, you “wrote” the following. Perhaps English is not your first language, but you seem to try hard with it to demonstrate your odd views. You WROTE the following;

“Looking at FR24, there are many, possibly 60-70 (varying, of course), because planes from/to Sydney and Brisbane do fly over the region. Run FR24 in time-warping mode to visualize the traffic during one day.”

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This means aircraft from/to Sydney and Brisbane. There is no mention of any other geographical locations so it is demonstrable that you refer to those two cities. It means aircraft flying between the two cities. If you really knew anything about that which you claim, you would know that aircraft that fly over the Burnett are not those between Sydney and many other places. Look at the maps. look at the high and low level RNC’s. Wake up. If you meant aircraft arriving at, and departing from, Sydney and Brisbane for other locations you would have written so.

By Leonard Clampett on 2014 12 18 - 11:58:26
From the entry 'Contrails dissipate quickly whereas chemtrails linger?'.

dont ya love it when theis .. beyond the spin website ... posts twitter links ad nauseam regurtitating main stream media spin of the ‘sydney siege” - utter hypocrisy

how many planes hit the pentagon josh you liar?  whats wrong? cant answer a simple question?

By Anrew Adams on 2014 12 18 - 11:32:25
From the entry 'Contrails dissipate quickly whereas chemtrails linger?'.

how many planes hit the pentagon josh you liar?  whats wrong? cant answer a simple question?

By Andrew Adams on 2014 12 18 - 09:34:53
From the entry 'Contrails dissipate quickly whereas chemtrails linger?'.

Leonard Clampett,

I have flown Sydney - Brisbane and Brisbane - Sydney many tines

Huh? Did anybody talk about that route?

I said that planes from Sydney and to Sydney as well as planes from Brisbane and to Brisbane are flying over the region.

Earlier I have stated (referring to Queensland):

“All the traffic between Shanghai, Beijing in the North-West and Sydney in the Sout-East is going over it, as well as the Brisbane - Singapore route. Among the traffic are many cargo flights which shouldn’t come as a surprise. Then add all those continental connections.”

Here is a direct link to the enroute vector map centered over Brisbane. Drag it to South Burnett - as I said, fairly busy.

By Josh on 2014 12 17 - 22:34:06
From the entry 'Contrails dissipate quickly whereas chemtrails linger?'.

Cris wrote:

Why do I see none or one on a particular day and 100 plus the next?

I have repeatedly explained that. Why do you keep asking and then ignoring the answer?

How many of the 100 were jets?

All of the 96. There was one small plane flying IFR that I did not count. It’s unusual for small planes to have an ADS-B transponder equipped.

So there are 100 plus passenger jets going over my little bit of the world every day?

Nobody has claimed that. Of course it varies from day to day, and a big share of the traffic is freight planes.

Where are they going?

Click on individual planes in Flightradar 24 and you can see the flight details including destination.

Not here mate.

Are you saying Flightradar 24 is wrong and you are right? Can you elaborate?
Note that FR 24 is based on many independent volunteers who receive ADS-B data directly from the planes and upload it.

Have a look for yourself, by all means! In my last post I provided a direct link to the beginning of the recorded day.
How much easier do you need it to be? You can see the links in my posts, right?

I further doubt that I would see planes 60 miles away.

Yes, probably not the planes but you’ll see the contrails.
Other people have taken on the task of finding out the specifics. You have the given contrail height of about six miles, so with simple trigonometry you can determine the approximate distance from the viewing angle over the horizon.

Five degrees means 68 miles, roughly 110 km - in every direction. South Burnett is grossly 80 km wide and 120 km long, so your field of view is bigger than the area of the region.

By Josh on 2014 12 17 - 22:13:43
From the entry 'Contrails dissipate quickly whereas chemtrails linger?'.

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