One of the proofs of cynicism being the most relevant characteristics of the Jewish psychology is the fact of their tracking the entire history of the universe while being unable to explain when and how the powerful electromagnetic forces around the Earth, the Van Allen belts, were discovered.
Science in itself is a fraud because there is no science. The renowned research institutes are but power centres which fabricate theories necessary for the system to maintain certain dose of credibility. They overwhelm us with formulas, acronyms, names and more names of subatomic particles and cellular enzymes so that after a while we can end up in a hospital bed connected to machines which display on one of their screens that our heart is dead. We keep dying and the Earth keeps shrinking.
Iblis’s promise, as expected, turned out to be a deceit, a fraud. He neither safeguarded our immortality nor provided us with a dominion without limits. He did supply us, however, with Hollywood, where we can sublimate all our frustrations. Thanks to Hollywood studios we have been to the Moon and Mars, and have reached the final frontier of the universe, the one which theoretically borders on the nothing. We feel better. Somehow, we made it. The impersonation of personalities and the intromission of fantasy into the elusive field of reality were so profound that many “scientists” and politicians who have fabricated the conquest of space, not as skillfully as they thought though, are no longer sure whether it was all about Moon landing or merely about working on a new rocket which will take them out of near space right into the deep, that is 60 or 70 thousand km away from Earth.
Such is our reality – “science” is moving below the belt. We are entrapped in a closed and well protected universe, which the Jewish elites want to get out of so that they can inform mankind that Iblis’s promise was in fact true; that mankind is ready to go beyond the solar system and will be heading at light speed in the direction of star 2345CBT thanks to the propulsion system provided by the RUNFASTBABY-NEWLOOK engines (highly likely Russian RD-180s) designed and manufactured by the NASA with the invaluable help from the Chinese space agency. One of the astronauts affirmed that as far as the solar system is concerned he was unable to see God. These over-the-top declarations, unworthy of a “scientific mind”, discharged from a robust military body clearly indicate that indeed the passage through the Van Allen belts does affect a human being. However, the “belt adventure” did not begin in 1958 with the allegedly US discoveries of James Van Allen, nor with the launch of Explorer 1 in the same year as everybody was led to believe –the Jewish are in the (bad) habit of erasing all traces of their predecessors’ work:
(188) Think not that those who exult in what they have brought about and love to be praised for what they have not done can escape the chastisement. For them is a chastisement grievous indeed.
Qur-an 3 – Ali ‘Imran
Auguste Piccard, the spacial pioneer from Switzerland, as early as 1931 managed to go beyond the troposphere carrying on board of his aluminum gondola measurement apparatuses much more sophisticated than the Geiger counter and the pocket recorder carried by Explorer 1 some 27 years later. On 25 May 1931 Piccard, a physicist, inventor and explorer, accompanied by Paul Kipfer, took off from Augsburg, Germany, and reached a record altitude of 15,781 metres. During the flight Piccard was able to collect considerable number of data about the higher altitude atmosphere as well as carry out measurements of cosmic rays. The record of the trip he provided was published by the magazine “Popular Science” (p. 23) in August of the same year:
Piccard and his aide found cosmic rays, mysterious radiations from outer space, far more powerful than at the earth’s surface and gauged their intensity. The explorers trapped samples of the upper air in cylinders. Analysis may prove it exceptionally rich in ozone, the intensely blue gas responsible for the Heaviside layer or “radio roof”. The story of their adventure surpasses fiction. During the ascent the aluminum ball began to leak. They plugged it in desperately with Vaseline and cotton waste, stopping the leak. In the first half hour the balloon shot upward nine miles. Through the portholes the observers saw the Earth through the copper-coloured, then bluish, haze. It seemed a flat disc with upturned edge. At the ten mile level the sky appeared a deep dark blue. With observations complete, the observers tried to descend, but couldn’t. While their oxygen tanks emptied, they floated aimlessly over Germany, Austria and Italy. Cool evening air contracted their balloon’s gas and brought them down on a glacier near Ober-Gurgl, Austria, with one hour supply of oxygen to spare.
1931 Popular Mechanix Article of Dr. Auguste Piccard, Ten Miles High in an Airtight Balloon. Uploaded by Douglas W.Stewart
On 18 August 1932, launching from Dübendorf, Switzerland, Piccard and Max Cosyns established another record by ascending 16,201 metres. Piccard carried out a total of 27 balloon flights, with the final record of ascension set up at 23,000 metres. They thus reached the limit of medium-high stratosphere. It is rather unfortunate that an unnamed author for the official website of Auguste’s grandson, Bertrand Piccard, claims that Auguste was the first man to witness “the curvature of the earth” with his own eyes. However, Auguste’s own and only declarations with respect to this event are those published by the magazine Popular Science in 1931, quoted above.
The 1932 further in situ measurements of cosmic radiations and other experiments notwithstanding, Piccard did not make history, but he made the well-known comic strip by Hergé called Tintin, incarnating there the deaf and silly professor Calculus. It might be considered an endearing detail on the part of the Belgian cartoonist, but the extraordinary experiments and findings of Piccard make it entirely inappropriate.
Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) & Auguste Piccard (1884-1962)
Also Croatia born Nikola Tesla was subjected to social and scientific ostracism. He was accused of being a “crazy eccentric” as well as of data falsification to prove his “deranged” theories. The reason why the two great scientists, at least from their point of view, suffered this unjustified fate is mainly due to the fact that the “deep state” did not manage to win them over to the “akademia”, the rule of which says that nobody outside the recognized scientific circle can discover forces or energies, design methods or carry out successful experiments; and if they do, the sentence is always one of scientific death or total exclusion.
We do not consider Tesla and Piccard to have been great heroes. From the Qur-anic point of view they were, rather, two great losers –they spent their lives trying to unravel the mysteries of the operational system that governs the universe. However, from the point of view of the reigning materialistic set of values, both scientists were in fact two heroes who insisted on having control of their discoveries and this led to their ruin, oblivion and mockery.
Tesla’s famous statement “science is nothing but perversion in itself unless it has the ultimate goal of improving humanity” sounds too naive to be taken seriously. Let us not forget that the humanistic anomaly is embodied in the total disregard of humanists for human life –they would be able to blow up a hundred universes for the sole purpose of checking whether the battery they have just designed really works.
Leaving behind, in exile, the true architects of materialistic science (which seeks control of the operational system), we arrive at 1958 and we find ourselves within a very different scenario –James Van Allen is willing to collaborate with the US military by giving them all the information he has in the form of theories that will have to be checked out. The Explorer 1 was designed to fulfill military objectives, the truth being that in the midst of the cold war the American government did not care about the configuration of outer space. In fact, they were in the process of exploding conventional atomic and hydrogen bombs in the subsoil, in the oceans and in space. It seemed as if the “authorities” representing the great powers had gone mad, as if they lacked fingers with which to press atomic detonators. Never in the history of humanity has there been a period of more extensive, or massive, destruction than the “nuclear” years 1946-1990, in which detonating bombs of unimaginable power became the favorite pastime of presidents and generals.
In the framework of this nuclear madness, Explorer 1 is launched in 1958 with clear military objectives. It discovered strong radiation zones and nothing more. However, this “discovery” is going to be the perfect excuse to detonate atomic and hydrogen bombs in outer space with the absurd idea of dispersing those radiations and, in passing, of observing the lethal effects they could have, if properly directed, on, for example, the Soviet Union or China.
If you are wondering why anybody would deliberately detonate an H-bomb in space, the answer comes from a conversation we had with science historian James Fleming of Colby College. “Well, I think a good entry point to the story is May 1, 1958, when James Van Allen, the space scientist, stands in front of the National Academy in Washington, D.C., and announces that they’ve just discovered something new about the planet,” he told us. Van Allen described how the Earth is surrounded by belts of high-energy particles — mainly protons and electrons — that are held in place by the magnetic fields.
Now comes the surprise: While looking through the Van Allen papers at the University of Iowa to prepare a Van Allen biography, Fleming discovered “that [the] very same day after the press conference, [Van Allen] agreed with the military to get involved with a project to set off atomic bombs in the magnetosphere to see if they could disrupt it. The plan was to send rockets hundreds of miles up, higher than the Earth’s atmosphere, and then detonate nuclear weapons to see: a) If a bomb’s radiation would make it harder to see what was up there (like incoming Russian missiles!); b) If an explosion would do any damage to objects nearby; c) If the Van Allen belts would move a blast down the bands to an earthly target (Moscow! for example); and — most peculiar — d) if a man-made explosion might “alter” the natural shape of the belts.
A Very Scary Light Show: Exploding H-Bombs In Space,
Robert Krulwich on Science, 1 July 2010
As one can easily imagine, after such “experiments” radiation in the Van Allen belts increased considerably. It seems, mildly put, mind-blowing that the experts and researchers had no other idea than to launch radioactivity into a gigantic mass of radioactivity. Even if the atomic bombs had managed to dissipate the radioactivity of the belts, it was obvious that after some time the Earth’s magnetic field would have attracted once again the radioactive particles produced by the cosmic and solar radiation winds that flow through space. This makes us think that in 1962 the NASA “experts” were unaware of the nature or the origin of the Van Allen belts, as well as of their direct relationship with the electromagnetic field of the Earth.
However, ten years later (1969) and despite the radioactive barrier around the Earth in a stretch of more than 20,000 kilometers, two American astronauts were taking the first human steps on the surface of the celestial body we are so fond of looking at. Amazing! Actually, little do we care whether the American flag flies (even though there is no atmosphere) or not on the lunar surface. What is really relevant in this case is the ignorance on the part of the great nuclear powers at cold war of the nature of space and the universe.
In 1969 everything, apparently, was known about the composition, size and behaviour of the Van Allen belts. It was believed at the time that there were two radioactive belts surrounding the Earth. However, in 2012 a third, temporary, belt was discovered, which could last up to several weeks. The measurements of the Van Allen probes, launched in 2012, showed that the belts were a much more complicated affair that it had been thought until then.
“The Van Allen Probes mission has done a tremendous job in characterizing the radiation belts and providing us with the comprehensive information needed to deduce what is going on in them. Our current technology is ever more susceptible to these accelerated particles because even a single hit from a particle can upset out ever smaller instruments and electronics. As technology advances, it’s actually becoming even more pressing to understand and predict our space environment,” said David Sibeck, mission scientist for the Van Allen Probes at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.
Phys/Org: Van Allen probes begin final phase of exploration in Earth’s radiation belts,
12 February 2019
Let’s see: In 2012 and with the help of the twin Van Allen Probes we began to get a clearer picture of the radioactive phenomena that surround the Earth and now, in 2019, we can start to deduce what is “going on” in the belts, but the problem is that “our current technology” is so sensitive that even a “single hit from a particle” can upset it. Are we to suppose that the technology in the year of Moon-landing was less susceptible and that’s why Apollo managed to land there, after having passed through the belts?
On the 60th anniversary of Explorer 1, NASA said that studies of the Van Allen belts are even more important today. Part of the interest in the Van Allen belts comes from where they are located. It is known that the belts can swell when the sun becomes more active. Before the probes launched, scientists thought the inner belt was relatively stable, but when it did expand, its influence extended over the orbit of the International Space Station and several satellites. The outer belt fluctuated more often. The ISS has been permanently inhabited since 2000, with typical astronauts staying for six months at a time. In 2015-2016 NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko remained there for almost a year. As astronauts stay in orbit for longer, their radiation exposure may increase, leading to concerns about long-term habitation for astronauts in space.
Van Allen Radiation Belts: Facts and Findings,
Elizabeth Howell, Space, 11 May 2018
We feel now truly alarmed. On the one hand, as late as 2015 we did not have a clear picture of the composition, fluctuation or influence of the Van Allen belts on electronic devices and the astronauts at the ISS. On the other hand, in 1969 those belts were traversed on the outward journey to the Moon and on the return trip to the Earth. Furthermore, the ISS has been permanently inhabited since 2000 with astronauts staying there for at least six months –we’ve seen them in several videos wearing T-shirts, no special protection. Moreover, in 2015, when it was still “pressing to understand and predict our space environment”, the decision was made for some of them to stay up there for one year. And again they appear wearing T-shirts despite the fact that “as astronauts remain in orbit for longer, their exposure to radiation may also increase, which raises concerns about the long-term occupation of astronauts in space.” In the chain of events just described we fail to fathom the nature of these “concerns” nor can we assume that the radioactivity of the belts affects humans at all –after a year of walking and sometimes floating around the ISS in T-shirts, the medical exams do not seem to have detected any increase in radioactivity in the bodies of those astronauts. Therefore, there seems to be no reason why NASA and other space agencies in the world should not launch into outer space ships manned by astronauts in sportswear of some brand or other which brands, by the way, could be asked to subsidize part of the intergalactic expedition.
Among other new findings, scientists had the opportunity to observe a magnetic storm up close in March 2015, when one of the Van Allen Probes was located in the “right” spot of the Earth’s magnetic field and detected interplanetary clash of particles caused by solar flares. Those “clashes” can also be caused by intense bursts of radiation from sunspots or coronal mass ejections. NASA describes these shocks or clashes as being similar to tsunamis triggered by earthquakes.
The probe measured a sudden impulse of electrons energized at extreme speeds, almost as fast as the speed of light, when the shock hit the outer radiation belt. This population of electrons was short-lived and its energy dissipated in a matter of minutes. But five days later, long after other processes in the storm had subsided, the Van Allen Probes detected an increase in the number of even higher energy electrons. This subsequent increase is a testament to the unique activation processes after a storm.
NASA, Van Allen Probes/Goddard Space Flight Center
It does sound serious. But the most serious thing of all is that the measurements of those shocks were carried out in 2015 for the first time. Back to year 1969 –the beginning of Apollo expeditions, in which everything is plain sailing in spite of such terrible dangers, apparently unknown at the time. The instruments on board the spacecraft operate without interruption and the astronauts do not suffer the least radioactive damage. One of the spokespersons for NASA, off the payroll, Fraser Cain (editor of Universe Today) commented that “without doubt they knew that one of the decisive factors of the Apollo mission success would be luck,” but luck does not seem to be a scientific factor, especially when it is the decisive one. At the same time he made a curious confession:
The Van Allen probes show us how variable and chaotic these belts can be. What at first was going to be a trip with no risks can sometimes turn into a mortal journey. Therefore, we must learn more about the relationship between the solar activity and the intensity of the Van Allen belts.
Let us now look attentively at the following pieces of information:
The Van Allen belts fit into a larger system that stretches from the sun to Earth. The sun sends out a constant stream of solar wind, not to mention occasional much larger bursts –such as explosions from the sun’s atmosphere called coronal mass ejections (CMEs) or shock fronts caused by fast solar winds overtaking slower winds called corotating interaction regions (CIRs). When these bursts of energy move toward Earth, they can disturb Earth’s own magnetic environment, known as the magnetosphere, and create a geomagnetic storm. Sometimes these storms can cause a sudden drop in the radiation belt particles, seemingly emptying the belt in only a few hours. This “drop out” can last for days. What causes the drop out, why it lasts so long, and just how the particles even leave remain unanswered questions.
NASA’s THEMIS Satellite Records Effect of Geomagnetic Storms on Radioactive Belts,
SciTechDaily, January 30, 2012
Study finds surprising variability in shape of Van Allen Belts. Understanding the shape and size of the belts, which shrink and swell in response to magnetic storms coming from the sun, is crucial for protecting our technology in space.
Findings could impact how we protect technology in space.
This new analysis reveals that the shape varies from a single, continuous belt with no slot region, to a larger inner belt with a smaller outer belt, to no inner belt at all. Many of the differences are accounted for by considering electrons at different energy levels separately. Geomagnetic storms can increase or decrease the number of energetic electrons in the radiation belts for days to months, though the belts return to their normal configuration after a time. These storm-driven electron increases and decreases are currently unpredictable, without a clear pattern showing what type or strength of storm will yield what outcomes.
Los Alamos National Laboratory, February 2016
From the first realization that the terrestrial magnetic field could “trap” high-energy particles, we have come today to a much more sophisticated understanding of what are appropriately often dubbed the “Van Allen Radiation Zones”. The new data have in many ways rewritten the textbooks about the radiation belts as a key space weather threat to human technological systems. The better we understand how Van Allen belts react to magnetic storms, the more efficiently we can protect satellites and even astronauts who travel this part of space.
Space Weather Effects in the Earth’s Radiation Belts,
Space Science Reviews, 12 December 2017
The study, which analysed years of satellite data, found that electron radiation levels at geostationary orbit could remain exceptionally high for 5 days or more, even after the solar wind speed had died down. As a result, electronic components on satellites could charge up to dangerously high levels and become damaged.
Satellites more at risk from fast solar wind than a major solar storm,
British Antarctic Survey, September 3, 2018
LOS ALAMOS, N.M., April 9, 2019— A new, first-of-its-kind space weather model reliably predicts space storms of high-energy particles that are harmful to many satellites and spacecraft orbiting in the Earth’s outer radiation belt. “Society’s growing reliance on modern-technology infrastructures makes us especially vulnerable to space weather threats,” said Yue Chen, a space scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory and lead author of the study. “If our GPS or communications satellites fail, it could have wide-reaching, negative impacts on everything from air travel to bank transactions. So being able to accurately predict space weather has been a goal for a long time. This model is a firm step towards being able to do that.”
New Model Accurately Predicts Harmful Space Weather,
Predicting “killer” electrons in the Earth’s outer radiation belt protects spacecraft
In case you don’t feel particularly enthusiastic about reading quotes, here is a brief summary: the space between the Sun and the Earth is full of dangerous solar winds, coronal mass ejections and bursts of highly charged particles whose exact movements remain unknown; the Van Allen belts swell and shrink in response to the above phenomena, but we have been unable to say, and much less predict, in what way; they are harmful –spacecraft, astronauts and everything from air travel to bank transactions needs protection from them; the new data have rewritten the textbooks about radiation belts; as of April 2019: the-first-of its kind model which can help predict high-energy particles storms has been proposed.
Reading the above and similar information about the Van Allen belts and the configuration of space in general (it has always been said that no particles were to be found between the Sun and the Earth) one comes to the conclusion that it is mind-blowing that six Apollo missions managed to get to the Moon; that 450 satellites managed to reach the Earth orbit, remain there and function satisfactorily; and that the ISS and the astronauts working there have stayed out of the harm’s way. Yet, it is disturbing to contemplate the dramatic history of launches that took place between 1958 and 1969:
Pioneer 0 – August 1958 – launch failure
Pioneer 1 – October 1958 – launch failure
Pioneer 2 – November 1958 – launch failure
Pioneer 3 – December 1958 – launch failure
Pioneer 4 – March 1959 – partial launch failure
P-3 – November 1959 – launch failure
P-30 – September 1960 – launch failure
P-31 – December 1960 – launch failure
Ranger 3 – Januray 1962 – craft failure
Ranger 4 – April 1962 – craft failure
Ranger 5 – October 1962 – craft failure
Ranger 6 – January 1964 – craft failure
Ranger 7 – July 1964 – impact
Ranger 8 – February 1965 – impact
Ranger 9 – March 1965 – impact
Surveyor 1 – May 1966 – lunar landing
Explorer 33 – July 1966 – launch failure
Lunar Orbiter 1 – August 1966 – partial failure
Surveyor 2 – September 1966 – craft failure
Lunar Orbiter 2 – November 1966 – lunar orbit entry
Lunar Orbitar 3 – February 1967 – lunar orbit entry
Surveyor 3 – April 1967 – lunar landing
Lunar Orbiter 4 – May 1967 – lunar orbit entry
Surveyor 4 – July 1967 – craft failure
Explorer 35 – July 1967 – lunar orbit entry
Lunar Orbiter 5 – August 1967 – lunar orbit entry
Surveyor 5 – September 1967 – lunar landing
Surveyor 6 – November 1967 – lunar landing
Surveyor 7 – January 1968 – lunar landing
Apollo 8 – December 1968 – manned lunar orbit entry
Apollo 10 – May 1969 – manned lunar orbit entry
Apollo 11 – July 1969 – lunar orbit and Moon landing of astronauts
Apollo 12 – November 1969 – lunar orbit and Moon landing of astronauts
Apollo 13 – April 1970 – craft failure
Apollo 14 – Januray 1971 – lunar orbit and Moon landing of astronauts
Apollo 15 – July 1971 – lunar orbit and Moon landing of astronauts and rover
Apollo 16 – April 1972 – lunar orbit and Moon landing of astronauts and rover
PFS-2 – April 1972 – lunar orbit
Apollo 17 – December 1972 – the last lunar landing of astronauts
Explorer 49 – Januray 1973 – lunar orbit
Mariner 10 – November 1973 – flyby
ISEE-3 – August 1978 – undocumented
Clementine – January 1994 – failure on leaving lunar orbit
The above list manifests a frantic effort to reach the Moon –31 launches (31 rockets propelled by 31 transporters of the type Thor DM-18) from 1958 to 1969 with a total of 16 failures, 3 impacts (crashes) and 7 orbitings. Afterward, missions to the Moon were abandoned (1972). At the same time the list seems to document a strange technological regression to a degree that can be described as the new beginning. Indeed, the first two decades of the 21st century seem to point to a fresh start, as if space conquest began anew. On the other hand, and from a purely statistical point of view, it is hard to believe that in 1968 the astronauts did climb up into Apollo 8 even if it were only to orbit the Moon. With such a history of failure, no airline would have dared to do business in any conceivable way.
The experience and technology used from 1958 to 1972 do not exist anymore. The slate has been wiped clean, but there is a replacement. The new leaf is called the Orion Project. The Orion spacecraft has been in various stages of design for two decades, its destination oscillating between the Moon and Mars. A return to the Moon is a top priority for President Donald Trump’s administration and his $19.9 billion proposed budget for the next fiscal year tasks NASA with launching an unmanned Orion flight by 2021, followed by a manned launch around the Moon in 2023 –according to Nasa’s Johnson Space Center begins last phase of design work on Orion test module, Alex Stuckey, 17 September 2018, Houston Chronicle. So as you see it’s not even clear whether it’s about Moon landing or just going around the Moon.
The unmanned spacecraft is scheduled to make two orbits of the Earth at an altitude more than 14 times higher than the International Space Station. After a flight of 4 1/2 hours, Orion will re-enter Earth’s atmosphere at a speed of 32,000 kilometers an hour, then splash down in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Baja California.
NASA said the first manned mission aboard Orion will not happen until at least 2021. Once it is fully operational, Orion will carry anywhere from four to six astronauts on deep space missions to the moon, an asteroid and eventually Mars.
VOA News, 4 December 2014
NASA’s Orion capsule and Space Launch System (SLS) are designed to take astronauts beyond the moon, potentially even to Mars, with initial crewed flights starting around 2023, and uncrewed flights as early as 2018. One thing that has to happen before the SLS launches with humans inside is a detailed game plan for what to do when something goes wrong in space. Further, one of the biggest hazards of a long-term space journey will be exposure to radiation, which can cause all kinds of health problems including cardiovascular disease. “Our goal is to limit the risk of radiation exposure over an astronaut’s lifetime,” Kerry Lee, radiation system manager for Orion said. “It’s not likely you’d see acute effects of radiation during a mission or immediately upon return, but we are concerned about long term effects. Our work aims to mitigate risks due to radiation without adding mass to the vehicle.”
While NASA is trying to figure out what to do to protect astronauts from the day-to-day exposure to radiation, they’re also planning for one of the worst-case scenarios: What could astronauts do if a large radiation event like a solar flare headed their way? The answer is hide in a box covered with supplies. The preliminary development of an emergency plan contemplates the crew use their supplies as a makeshift radiation shield as they took shelter in the center of the Orion Capsule, where they might have to stay for up to a full day.
This Is How Orion Astronauts Might Protect Themselves From Radiation Storms,
Mary Beth Griggs, Popular Science, 23 September 2016
Orion will be equipped with a radiation-sensing instrument integrated into the vehicle called the Hybrid Electronic Radiation Assessor, or HERA to provide a warning if crew members need to take shelter in the case of a radiation event, such as a solar flare. To protect themselves, astronauts will position themselves in the central part of the crew module largely reserved for storing items they’ll need during flight and create a shelter using the stowage bags on board. The method protects the crew by increasing mass directly surrounding them, and therefore making a denser environment that solar particles would have to travel through, while not adding mass to the crew module itself.
If the warning were to sound, the crew would create the shelter within an hour and in some cases would need to stay inside for as long as 24 hours. Using the stowage bags on board that will contain supplies, food and water, in combination with Orion’s seats will allow astronauts making the shelter to strategically place denser bags in areas of the vehicle with less radiation-protecting materials. For example, the bottom of Orion where the heat shield and service module are attached will provide more shielding than other areas, and stowage bags can be used for parts of the spacecraft’s interior with less shielding.
NASA, Orion Spacecraft, Scientists and Engineers Evaluate Orion Radiation Protection Plan,
22 September 2016, last updated 7 August 2017
In the video which accompanies the above article two charladies on NASA payroll, Jessica and Ann (photo above), or possibly D-list actresses out of job are filmed saying the following after having emerged from under storage bags:
Jessica: We’re here today helping the designers of the Orion capsule evaluate the ability to protect their crew from radiation. Radiation, as you know, is really harmful and so the whole point for us is to get into a cool little shelter and take all the equipment we have in this capsule and put it over us as best as possible. And we have to make sure it’s stored, and we are safe and we have everything we need in terms of supplies down in this awesome little bay.
Ann: Going to space is hard and going into deep space is harder, and the technology we’re going to need to successfully get to Mars has been developed for many years, and it’s going to take many tests like this one over many years by a large group of people in order to make this mission successful in 2030. We’re very excited to get there and we’re working every day to get there.
Right! So now it’s going to be lots of small steps instead of one great leap, awesome indeed! Anyway, who wouldn’t like to sneak into a cool little bay to get away from radiation, especially that it has been tested by a large group of people over many years (or at least by Jessica and Ann). All on board!
Incidentally, Hera is the Queen of the Gods and is the wife and sister of Zeus in the Olympian pantheon –NASA has always manifested as strong predilection for Greek mythology when it comes to giving names to their produce. Actually, it is rather mythological that HERA is based on Timepix radiation detector technology, presumably sophisticated, yet the astronauts will have to protect themselves using storage bags and similar stuff.
Yet, not everything is a piece of cake:
Last week, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine made an announcement that shocked the space world. He said the first mission for NASA’s new flagship mega-rocket, the Space Launch System (SLS), might be given to private companies instead. And if this comes to pass, it could signal a huge about-face from NASA, with equally huge implications for the future of spaceflight.
This mission is called Exploration Mission 1 (EM-1), and it had been planned to launch in June 2020. This would see an Orion spacecraft, NASA’s new four-person vehicle designed to take humans to the Moon and beyond, launched on an uncrewed mission around the Moon. A European-built service module will provide the propulsion and life support for this mission and future Orion missions.
Orion has flown once before, launching on a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Delta IV Heavy in December 2014. Ever since NASA has been making steady – but somewhat slow – progress to launching its first astronauts on board, scheduled for no earlier than 2022. Delays to the SLS, however, have made the June 2020 flight of EM-1 seem unlikely.
NASA has consistently been adamant that the huge SLS rocket – which would be the biggest to launch since the Saturn V – is the only rocket capable of launching Orion into deep space. But the rocket has come under heavy criticism. About $14 billion has been spent over a decade so far to build it, with no first launch in sight. This is at a time when companies like SpaceX have built and launched other large rockets, like the Falcon Heavy, for considerably less cost.
Surprise NASA Announcement Puts Future Of New Mega-Rocket In Doubt,
Jonathan O’Callaghan, 17 March 2019, Science, Forbes
An artist’s impression of the Space Launch System (SLS)
Between 1968 and 1972 allegedly seven manned flights reached the Moon, each passing through Van Allen belts twice. According to medical records no indication of radiation effects were discovered in crews’ bodies. Why, then, this extreme concern about the possible radiation effect on present-day astronauts? If those flights really took place, they are the strongest proof of harmlessness of the Van Allen belts and solar flares. It seems fairly certain that at least the route between the Earth and the Moon is free from problems that could be caused by radioactivity or solar eruptions. On the other hand, why should Kerry Lee be worried about the possibility of astronauts’ exposure to radiation over long periods of time given the fact that during solar storms the Van Allen belts are known to have covered the orbit of the ISS, where crews spend at least six months (on several occasions as long as a year) and according to the available records move freely around wearing T-shirts. It can be added that no radioactive contamination has ever been detected in them. Furthermore, from the information provided by NASA just quoted the extraordinary protection from radioactive discharges would be limited to that offered by storage bags, placed by way of a wall and absorbing this radiation.
However, if the Orion test flight is unmanned and the spacecraft is to reach the height of 6,000 km, what valuable information is it going to provide us with? We are talking here of the US and its space agency NASA, which has so far placed six astronauts on the Moon in six separate flights. On the other hand, at 6,000 metres we are still in the first Van Allen belt, not even in the second.
Stuart Nathan in his article Project Orion: the next giant leap (19 January 2016) says: “Orion will take mankind beyond the nursery slopes of low earth orbit,” as if mankind has never been to the Moon.
Another problem NASA need not be worried about is the temperature of plasmasphere since the past six manned missions to the Moon and many others unmanned would have been sufficient to prove that the new spacecraft, provided with a more sophisticated technology than that of 50 years ago, cannot and will not be affected. However, they are worried.
On the one hand we are told that at the height of 100 km upward we encounter the near vacuum and therefore the particles are so separated that no heat can be felt and thus the 2000 degrees centigrade equal there several earthly grades. On the other hand, NASA affirms that the spacecraft will re-enter Earth’s atmosphere at a speed of 32,000 km per hour and the protection shield against the temperature of 2200 degrees Celsius generated by the plasmasphere will be in this way checked.
James Van Allen himself said while answering a Spitfire IX e-mail (forum.cosmoquest.org/archive/index.php/t-3885.html):
The recent Fox TV show, which I saw, is an ingenious and entertaining assemblage of nonsense. The claim that radiation exposure during the Apollo missions would have been fatal to the astronauts is only one example of such nonsense.
Interestingly, in the same e-mail James Van Allen confirms the “assemblage of nonsense”:
Dear Mr. Lambert,
In reply to your e-mail, I send you the following copy of a response that I wrote to another inquiry about 2 months ago:
The radiation belts of the Earth do, indeed, pose important constraints on the safety of human space flight.
Ø The very energetic (tens to hundreds of MeV) protons in the inner radiation belt are the most dangerous and most difficult to shield against. Specifically, prolonged flights (i.e., ones of many months’ duration) of humans or other animals in orbits about the Earth must be conducted at altitudes less than about 250 miles in order to avoid significant radiation exposure.
Ø A person in the cabin of a space shuttle in a circular equatorial orbit in the most intense region of the inner radiation belt, at an altitude of about 1000 miles, would be subjected to a fatal dosage of radiation in about one week.
Ø However, the outbound and inbound trajectories of the Apollo spacecraft cut through the outer portions of the inner belt and because of their high speed spent only about 15 minutes in traversing the region and less than 2 hours in traversing the much less penetrating radiation in the outer radiation belt. The resulting radiation exposure for the round trip was less than 1% of a fatal dosage – a very minor risk among the far greater other risks of such flights. I made such estimates in the early 1960s and so informed NASA engineers who were planning the Apollo flights. These estimates are still reliable.
The above declarations were made in 2003. Van Allen’s estimates on his own admission were made in the early 1960s, but he never specifies what data or information he was using to do that. In 2003 he considered that his 40-year-old estimates were still reliable. He died in 2006, well before the launch of twin probes (2012) which began providing some knowledge on the real nature of the Van Allen belts, solar winds, geomagnetic storms and space in general. In view of our present-day knowledge the questions remain: How did they manage to reach the Moon and come back with all instruments intact? What protects the ISS and its guests? Why are they trying to talk us into using storage bags, also called “the mass on board” in order to protect ourselves from radiation? Why, all of a sudden, it is more important than ever to find out more about Van Allen belts? And so on and so forth.
The great space adventure for the 2020, another great “leap”, is the Orion mission that will take an unmanned spacecraft 6,000 kilometers from Earth in the first stage and later on to Mars and beyond –allegedly. NASA puts the greatest possible emphasis on the fact that the distance away from Earth reached by Orion will be 15 times superior to that of the ISS. Still, to be able to make that “giant leap” mankind will have to wait until 2020, or longer –as we have seen tests and missions are constantly postponed. Clearly, bearing in mind that NASA has been to the Moon six times already, we are dealing here with a particularly strange technological regression:
I would go to the Moon in a nanosecond, but the problem is that we no longer have the technology to do it. We used to have it, but we destroyed it and to reconstruct it again is a painful process, but going to Mars should be part of the next series of steps that we should make.
Don Pettit, NASA astronaut
The comment of this astronaut (not declared mentally unbalanced by NASA due perhaps to the Van Allen belts) is highly disturbing. However, his and other similar declarations have made at least part of the NASA staff nervous. Dozens of websites have rushed to reinterpret Pettit’s words so pathetically that they have actually reinforced the absurdity of what is being said today. For example, it was affirmed that IBM would be unable to manufacture today their computers System/360 as all industries “lose” their technologies. Maybe they do. But why would IBM want to manufacture computers system 360? Any standard internet website will tell us that IBM is a frontline computer manufacturer. Media informed not so long ago that IBM was preparing the first universal quantum computer. However, what would happen if IBM told us that its engineers lost the 360 System technology and therefore are no longer able to produce a computer? Or that Boeing stopped manufacturing planes because they are unable to read blueprints for the 707.
Let’s analyze now what we could well call the crux of the matter embodied in another unexpected piece of news that has seen the light of day at the worst possible time. Since the 1980s, and perhaps even before, NASA has been buying space shuttle engines from the Soviet Union first and then from Russia –information this as disturbing as that given by Pettit. According to Russian sources, Energomash (the Russian-based rocket propulsion company), signed an agreement to sell another batch of six RD-180 engines to the United Launch Alliance in 2020. The six engines will make it possible for six additional Atlas V rockets to fly, transporting national security material and scientific payloads for the government of the United States. It is expected that this same rocket will also put into orbit the manned spacecraft Boeing Starlinerde. Furthermore, since the Space Shuttle program was shut down in 2011, NASA has taken its people into space aboard Russian rockets leaving from Kazakhstan.
Taking advantage of this news, the Russian Embassy in Washington evidently felt the need to tease the United Launch Alliance, the US Army and NASA with a tweet saying: “Russian engines will continue to launch America into space,” a clear admission by the Russian side that it was their motors and technology that are traversing the interior space and orbiting Earth with US astronauts on board. Not that it’s something new. America has been using Russian engines since 1998 in all its space missions (launch of RD-180 at the Advanced Motor Testing Center of the Marshall Space Flight Center, November 4, 1998). After these tests the Russian RD-180 engines were used since 2000.
The roots of the RD-180 rocket engine extend back into the Soviet Energia launch vehicle project. The RD-170, a four-chamber engine, was developed for use on the strap-on boosters for this vehicle, which ultimately was used to lift the Buran orbiter. This engine was scaled down to a two-chamber version by combining the RD-170’s combustion devices with half-size turbomachinery. After successful performances in engine tests on a test stand and high-level agreements between the US government and the Russian government, the engines were imported to the US for use on the Lockheed Martin Atlas III, with first flight in 2000. The engine is also used on the United Launch Alliance Atlas V, the successor to the Atlas III.
In fact, it is utterly impossible to follow their nomenclatures, their explanations, their terminology and their stories in general. After having read hundreds of pages and having seen dozens of photographs, the frustration of always being in the middle of nowhere makes you abandon the adventure of finding trace of the common thread that could lead one to a clear understanding of what has really happened since 1958 until today; and more importantly –what’s going today. Whether they are thinking of going to the Moon or around the Moon; whether in 2020 or 2030; whether it will be NASA or private enterprise (as if it were not one and the same thing). No matter. The questions speak for themselves: Why, after having spent trillions of dollars on the Apollo project, trips to the Moon were abandoned? After six manned flights to the Moon, shouldn’t the next step be the establishment of a permanent base there rather than mounting an orbital station, now called international, that costs an estimated 500 million dollars per day? If having a permanent base on the Moon is of no interest (but why not –no storms, no rain, no hurricane winds, only 3 days of journeying), why do we talk about going to Mars (much harsher conditions) and establishing there our colonies (after six to eight months of journeying)? What would be the real reason for designing such an adventure when even getting out of the Van Allen belts poses a problem (3,000-20,000 kilometers from Earth)? Has anyone ever studied how would those quadrillions of dollars spent on cosmic fantasies have benefitted our earthly scenario?
There may be many answers to these and many other questions, but there is only one that is satisfactory and that really explains the inexcusable cause of the waste incurred by NASA-RUSSIA-CHINA –protect at all costs the present-day materialistic system of values. If it were accepted that there is God, states would be useless, and our passage through this world would thus be limited to the effort of building for ourselves the best possible abode in the Ajirah (the Hereafter).
Our version of the facts is very different from that presented by the wasters:
(27) Verily spendthrifts are brothers of the shayatin (satans) , and the shaytan (Saytan) covers up His Lord’s blessings.
Qur-an 17 – al Isra
We can summarize the situation in a simple phrase –nothing comes in or gets out of the sky of dunia (this world). It is a protected and protective sky that encloses our universe.
(32) We have made the sky as a roof well-guarded. Yet they turn away from the signs which these things point to.
Qur-an 21 – al Anbiya
The purpose of the existence to which we have been brought has nothing to do with our fantasies –fruits of our ignorance. Western science does not seek knowledge. What it seeks is manipulation of the operational system of the universe and of life. The high priests of the West want to get at the registers of the ghaib (the Unseen) and from there control the Sky and the Earth –indeed, most men are fools.
The continent of Africa is, or was, a natural orchard with huge rivers, mountains, lakes, food and all kinds of animals. However, westerners have killed and enslaved its inhabitants; and have turned millions of hectares into deserts by building huge cities and corrupting their populations. Western corporations have acted there with much more voracity than the marabunta. After this partial destruction, NASA now proposes its compatriots to pay more taxes in order to finance trips to Mars and build there in a few million years’ a territory which will end up in a way similar to the present-day Africa.
This entangled puzzle simply does not make any sense. They do not want to “go back” to the Moon or “colonize” Mars. They know these are useless and impossible enterprises.
Let’s ask ourselves one last question: After 70 years of “research”, of setting up dozens and dozens of institutes of astrophysics, of building dozens of super telescopes, of sending thousands of probes into “deep space”, of spending trillions of quadrillions of dollars, of dozens of people having lost their lives… what do we have on the table? What do we have on the other scale of the balance? We all know the answer –nothing. And this is because the promise of the Shaytan is nothing but a continuous deception –man keeps dying before the age of 120 (the limit established after the death of the prophet Nuh) and our domains do not reach beyond the horizon.
Let us go back to the texts revealed under the guidance of the Qur-an (the universal reference as regards all knowledge).
(83) So leave them to babble and play with vanities until they meet that day of theirs, which they have been promised.
Qur-an 43 – az Zuhruf