Disclaimer: this video was originally uploaded on YouTube on Jan 7, 2019. But we really enjoyed the topic of this video, so we also want to share it with you on BitChute.
With the success of the unmanned Chinese moon landing on the far side of the moon, we wonder when the first Chinese astronauts, or better taikonauts, will travel to the moon? In this video, we not only explain the latest Chinese moon mission Chang'e-4, but also give an overview of the Chinese human spaceflight ambitions which surprisingly date back to the 1970s.
⚠️WARNING: This episode contains insane conspiracy theory jokes!⚠️
Chang'e 4 was launched on 7 December 2018 and successfully landed on 3 January 2019 on the South Pole-Aitken Basin. This certainly marks a significant progress of the Chinese Lunar Exploration Program (CLEP). And if you are wondering why the Chinese space program contains so many weird names, there are actually some beautiful ancient legends behind these names!
The lunar lander is named after the Chinese goddess of the moon "Chang'e"🌙 The name "Yutu" of the lunar rover literally translates to "Jade Rabbit"🐰 In Chinese folklore, the rabbit is often portrayed as a companion of the goddess Chang'e living on the moon and pounds the elixir of life for her. Then, the name "Queqiao" of the communication relay satellite means "Magpie Bridge"🐦 in Chinese and is derived from another ancient folklore. You've probably heard of the Chinese Valentine's Day, the so-called Qixi Festival. It's celebrated on the seventh day of the seventh month of the lunar calendar and is supposed to be the single day in a year, on which a legendary cowherd can meet his goddess wife. The couple is unfortunately not allowed to live together, and only on this special day the magpies would build a magical bridge for them to meet across the Milky Way.
So what are the future plans of the Chinese moon project? Even though no official timeline is publicly available, it's kind of an open secret that the Chinese space agency is working on manned lunar explorations. Early engine tests of a heavy lift rocket, which would bring taikonauts to the moon, are already underway. The rocket is called Changzheng 9 or Long March 9. It's supposed to have a quite formidable lift capacity similar to the Saturn V, and being only slightly weaker than SpaceX's super heavy.
It almost seems as if everyone is taken by surprise on China's incredible fast pace, with which China is catching up in space. So who will be the first bringing human back to the moon in this new moon race, or better space race? The Chinese, NASA's Space Launch System (SLS), or SpaceX's starship/super heavy system? In any case, China's moon ambitions have certainly encouraged the global development of space technologies. We're really looking forward to the next milestone in human spaceflight within the next few years.
Moonlanding skeptic and filmmaker, Bart Sibrel, joins Geraldo Rivera on Fox News's 'Geraldo at Large,' along with fellow skeptic and filmmaker, Aaron Ranen, for a debate on whether the Apollo 11 spaceflight did indeed land on the moon 20 July 1969. Midway through the video, Ranen claims that the state of Ohio paid him with taxpayer money to investigate the validity of the moonlanding, whereupon he became a skeptic after a yearlong investigation. He further expounds on the curious erasure of all film capturing what has been heralded as mankind's greatest achievement. In the last few minutes of the video, Bill Nye 'the Science Guy' joins the debate and rebuts Ranen's claim that "rooms of tape labeled 'Apollo 11 Moonlanding'" were erased and states that it was instead one "high-quality" tape that was lost in Australia.
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Kissing Hank’s Ass by James Huber
About 1 year ago I came across this "Kissing Hank's Ass" video for the first time, even though it is 15 years old, and I thought it was an absolute masterpiece. This is the first version I ever saw.
Yay it’s time for another Conspiracies, Unsolved Mysteries & Deep Dark Secrets episode!
Dave picked Deep Dark Secrets first. Once again we hit up CrazyDaysAndNights.net and once again they did not disappoint. This lengthy blind item is about secret UFO and first contact footage plus a certain A++ list director who has access to said footage.
Next up, the unsolved mystery. I find this really interesting because when we finished recording this episode it popped up in my feed that someone had JUST confessed to little JonBenet’s murder. Personally I’ll be happy when he is found guilty and the poor Ramseys (the ones that are still alive) can live the rest of their lives in peace, while spending the shit ton of cash CBS had to pay them for making a 2 night extravaganza of fake news regarding the family’s involvement in the murder. What dicks.
Anyway here is a link to an article about the confessed killer. We had no idea this was happening as we were talking about it. #IsThisRealLife
And finally! Our Conspiracy Theory! The Moon Landing, fact or fiction? Dave listens a lot to Owen Benjamin. Agree with him or not, the man has a right to speak his mind. The fact that so many try to silence him, get his gigs canceled, dox him, etc. is just so fucked up. Anywhoooo, Owen Benjamin is completely convinced we did not go to the moon, so we tackle this on this episode.
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Besides the original rockets blasting off into space with thousands of witnesses on the ground, the rest we only had to rely on was very low quality camera images; Were the NASA Apollo moon landing missions just poor quality taxpayers' money grabber studio production hoaxes, or was it real?