Saturday, March 7, 2020

50 Years of NASASCAM

This web page is dedicated to NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, NASA Historian Erik Conway, and the few remaining Apollo astronauts, who make themselves a worldwide laughing stock with their claim of landing on the Moon.
If the Internet, and e-mail were around in 1968, I would have been glad to have a serious open debate with "Apollo believers" on whether the Moon missions were for real or not. However, it is not 1968, but 2020 and, as such, the authenticity of the Apollo Moon missions can no longer be debated. Neither does it fall into a "conspiracy theory" as the facts are well known. Conspiracy theories question what really took place, however it has been a well proven fact since the mid 80's, that the Apollo Moon missions were faked by NASA for propaganda purpose.
Although it's common knowledge throughout the world that the Apollo Moon missions were faked by NASA back in the 60's, many gullible people still accept NASA's claim of sending men to the Moon, without bothering to carry out any research, or investigation, to see if NASA are indeed telling the truth. There are those who will never accept the Moon missions were faked, regardless of how much factual evidence of a fake is put before them, I refer to those people as PAN's which stands for Pro Apollo Nutters.
Those who will not accept that Apollo was a fake, have been brain washed into believing over 50 years of lies from NASA such that they become brain damaged, and lose touch with reality. We've all come across them from time to time as they re-iterate their ridiculous statements like, "I can see the flag through my telescope", or "I saw the rocket lift off, and the TV pictures, so it must have happened". They also make stupid remarks like "What about the Moon rock brought back by the Apollo astronauts?". How do we know its Moon rock?  It's only NASA's word, and if it is, then it was brought back by scoop and return probe.
If you are one who likes living in a fantasy world, there is no hope. However if you are one of those who has serious doubt about the Apollo Moon landings ever happening, then this site is for you.
The comical aspect about NASA's 50 year Moon hoax, (Apollo 8), is how it's making a worldwide laughing stock of NASA, and the astronauts who claim to have traveled to the Moon. The most damning aspect however, is that NASA's Moon landing scam is confusing the younger generation, by giving them a disorientated view of current space travel and technology. For example, many youngsters who saw the shuttle lift off from launch pad assumed it was going to the Moon. They could not understand why it was only going 200 miles into low Earth orbit, when NASA supposedly made 9 manned journeys to the Moon, (each mission being a return trip of over 500,000 miles), during a 3 year period which began over 50 years ago. Yes NASA made trips to the Moon look like a 10 minute bus ride to the local shops, and most, but not all, people fell for it hook, line and sinker.

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Open Blog - Weekend

Please do, as soon as possible.

Friday, March 6, 2020

Kinda like Racine

From: Urban Milwaukee:

Tearman Spencer
Press Release

Tearman Spencer Statement on $1.67 Million Payout for Police Stop

Jury awards victim due to excessive force, false arrest

By - Mar 6th, 2020 10:43 am

MILWAUKEE – Tearman Spencer, candidate for Milwaukee City Attorney, today issued the following statement following a verdict awarding a victim of excessive force more than $1.67 million:

“For nearly four decades we have had the same leadership in the City Attorney’s Office. Our City Attorney, Grant Langley, says he’s “competent” and the city needs to re-elect him. However, we’ve seen yet again his failure at doing his job, being proactive, and being a part of our communities.

“When a jury awards a victim more than $1.67 million due to police misconduct, we can look at the behavior of those involved and rightfully so. But a more serious issue is the lack of action taken by the City Attorney. This is another case of multi-million dollar payouts because the City Attorney is ineffective and waits for cases to reach a jury.

“This is another case of millions of taxpayer dollars being doled out on Grant Langley’s watch. It’s time for a new chapter in City Hall, and it starts with a new City Attorney. We must put an end to the status quo and usher in a new era of transparency, accountability, and being proactive so we can begin to build the city we deserve. Change must come.

“Change is inevitable and change can’t wait.”


The full worm supermoon is coming to a sky near you Monday night

The first supermoon of the year is coming to a sky near you Monday.
This month, the full moon is also known as the worm moon.
March’s full moon will reach peak fullness at 1:48 p.m. EDT Monday, according to the Old Farmer's Almanac. "So look for the spectacularly bright moon as it rises above the horizon that evening," the Almanac said.
This year, the March full moon will also be the first of three straight full-moon supermoons and the year’s second-closest full moon overall, EarthSky said. 
A supermoon occurs when the moon is especially close to Earth while it’s full. 
The moon's closeness to Earth, naturally, makes it look extra-big and extra-bright – up to 14% bigger and 30% brighter than a full moon at its farthest point from Earth.
Monday, our moon will be "only" about 222,081 miles miles from Earth, which is about 16,000 miles closer than average.
A full moon rises over Mount Pico Sacro near Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

Four for Fridays!

Good morning everyone I hope you had a good week. I think the weeks are going by really fast these days or it is just me. We are going to have the Grandkids the last week of the month because they will be on Spring break and my son has no one to watch them. Here are your questions.

1) Have you started any kind of Spring cleaning yet?

2) When do you really do your Spring cleaning?

3) Is your Spring cleaning just your regular cleaning?

4) Are you ready for Spring to be here?

Have a great weekend and enjoy the nice weather we will have.

Open Blog - Friday

Me, too.

Thursday, March 5, 2020

Man set to be executed for murder, but he didn't pull the trigger

Physicist Says Parallel Universes Definitely Exist And We May Soon Explore Them

From ZeroHedge:

Theoretical physicist Sean Carroll expressed that clues in the small-scale structure of the universe point to the existence of numerous parallel worlds.
The shocking comments were made on the Jeff Rogan Experience (JRE) podcast last year. Carroll says that the fact that tiny particles like electrons and photons don’t have one set location in the universe is evidence that there are many parallel universes.
Recently, in a follow up interview with, Carroll expanded his thoughts.
But there’s a lot more going on,” Carroll told “Not every world you imagine actually comes true.”
The common sense rules of physics that rule our lives everyday make sense to us but at very minuscule scales common sense breaks down altogether. At the quantum level, the empty vacuum of space is filled with tiny particles constantly popping in and out of existence.
Bell’s theorem, a fundamental construct in quantum mechanics, may prove that multiverses exist.
This theorem deals with situations where particles interact with each other, become entangled, and then go their separate ways, according to New Scientist.
There are still equations, physical rules, patterns that must be obeyed. Some possible alternate worlds can come true. But not all of them,” Carroll said.
In the past, Carroll has advanced some groundbreaking yet controversial theories on topics such as the Big Bang theory and the nature of time.
He has said that the universe didn’t start in a huge explosion as most people now believe, but instead it is an infinitely old, constantly inflating entity in which time can run both forward and backward.
For Carroll quantum physics is not something that can be broken down and explained in simpler terms.
As far as we currently know,” he writes.
“Quantum mechanics isn’t just an approximation to the truth; it is the truth.”
Physics is stuck trying to understand the fundamentals of nature and the Big Bang,” Carroll said.
It’s time to take a step back and understand its foundations. It’s time to tackle our understanding of the quantum world.”
In 2011 physicist Brian Greene wrote a book exploring the possibility called The Hidden Reality: Parallel Universes and the Deep Laws of the Cosmos.
“You almost can’t avoid having some version of the multiverse in your studies if you push deeply enough in the mathematical descriptions of the physical universe,” Greene told NPR.
 “There are many of us thinking of one version of parallel universe theory or another. If it’s all a lot of nonsense, then it’s a lot of wasted effort going into this far-out idea. But if this idea is correct, it is a fantastic upheaval in our understanding.”
Even Stephen Hawking suggested that, thanks to quantum mechanics, the Big Bang supplied us with an endless number of universes, not just one.
Up until this point understanding quantum physics and its realms has been impossible, but Carroll hopes that is changing thanks to technology.
Now we’re getting better at that,” Carroll says. “Technology has improved. Maybe things are going to change.”
Greene, Carroll, and Hawking may be right, and researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee want to find out if there are multiverses or mirror images of our own reality. The team was set to record experiments last year sending a beam of subatomic particles down a 50-foot tunnel, past a powerful magnet and into an impenetrable wall.
If it exists, it would form a bubble of reality nestling within the fabric of space and time alongside our own familiar universe, with some particles capable of switching between the two,” lead researcher Leah Broussard told New Scientist.

10 Unsolved Mysteries of London

Open Blog - Thursday

Happy every day.

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Coronavirus Q&A: Expert answers your questions on Covid-19

Tired of waiting, an Uber Eats driver kicked in a drive-thru window at Burger King, West Allis police say

From JSOnline:

, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
A food delivery driver in West Allis who was tired of waiting for his order kicked in a drive-thru window at a Burger King, causing $1,200 in damage, police said.
The 20-year-old male Uber Eats driver intentionally kicked in the drive-thru window at Burger King, 6746 W. Greenfield Ave., shortly before 11 p.m. Feb. 23, then left the area in a newer-model four-door silver sedan, according to West Allis police.
The delivery driver was on duty at the time and picking up food for an order. Police said he was upset because he had to wait too long in line.
The man has not yet been identified because Uber Eats will not provide the driver information without a court order, police said. West Allis police are pursuing one. 
Possible charges for the driver include disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property. 
Police are continuing to investigate. 
Contact Bob Dohr at 262-361-9140 or Follow him on Twitter at @BobDohr1.

How interesting.  While running errands this morning, I thought about the old Soviet Union where people had to wait in long lines to purchase items.  I'm tired of waiting in lines due to the ineptness of employees and/or the cheapness of owners.  

Dear Madame Zoltar

Once again, Mme. Z. is missing in action...

ELVIS COSTELLO - Watching The Detectives (1978)

Foxconn Contract Has Huge Loophole?

Foxconn signing. Photo by Graham Kilmer.

In December Foxconn Vice Chairman Jay Lee told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that the company would have more than the required 520 employees hired to qualify for state tax credits. “The end of December we’ll have a number well beyond what we’re supposed to,” he told the newspaper.
That was a surprise to close observers of the company, who had seen few signs of much happening or many workers at the company’s Racine County campus. But nine days after Lee’s prediction, Foxconn Aerials, the Twitter account that takes overhead photos of the campus, tweeted a photo showing the parking lot for its little-used multi-purpose facility filled with cars. “Have never seen many cars at the multipurpose building since it was built more than a year ago. Until 12/21 when the lot was overflowing,” the Tweet noted.
Could the company be “trying to cram in 520 workers at the end of the year to get a 17% tax-funded kickback on those salaries,” as one observer tweeted in response to the photo. But that wouldn’t get the company much, because the contract awards the employment tax credits on a monthly basis for actual job hours worked. 
But it would help assure that Foxconn get the capital investment tax credits, which also require the jobs quota to be met, but are not paid on a monthly basis upon hours worked by employees. Foxconn claims it has spent $350 million in capital expenditures, which would be eligible for a 15 percent tax credit. 
“In order to earn the maximum amount of Capital Investment Tax Credits,” the contract states, the company must employ the specified number of full-time employees (520 by the end of 2019), but that may include “Partial Year Employees who are employed in Full-Time Jobs as of the end of the period” — by December 31. This same language is repeatedly used in three different paragraphs of the contract. 
So the sudden addition of more workers in December at the Mount Pleasant campus would allow the company to collect the capital investment tax credits. And once they were awarded by the state, there is nothing to prevent Foxconn from laying those employees off and then repeating the same process at the end of 2020. 

Open Blog - Wednesday

Don't wine down drunk.

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Iggy Pop - The Passenger

I know that I've posted this before.  I don't care.

Best practices to take action against COVID-19 | ABC News

The Kinks - (Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman (from One For The Road)

The Kinks - Superman

Woke up this morning, started to sneeze
Had a cigarette and a cup of tea
I looked in the mirror, what did I see
A nine stone weakling with knobbly knees
I did my knees, bend press ups, touch my toes
Had another sneeze and I blew my nose
I looked in the mirror, at my pigeon chest
I had to put on my clothes because it made me depressed
Surely there must be a way
For me to change the shape I'm in
Dissatisfied, is what I am
Want to be a better man
Superman, superman, wish I could fly like superman
Superman, superman, want to be like superman
I want to be like superman
Superman, superman, wish I could fly like superman

Open Blog - Tuesday

Unfortunately, there are no super men or women running.

Sunday, March 1, 2020

At Stores Across The Country, The Panic Coronavirus Hoarding Begins

From ZeroHedge:

Update (March 1): Increasing fear of a Covid-19 outbreak has forced many Americans out of their homes and millennials from their parents’ basements to panic buy food at Costco stores across the country this weekend:  

Mass fear of the corona virus cause people to panic and stock up on water, toilet paper and Clorox wipes at all the Costco stores. Crazy

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