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Thursday, February 27th, 2020 @ 09:30 AM
Only reason why I’m skeptical of the lunar landings is due to it apparently coming into contradiction with Hanns Hoerbiger’s theory. Hoerbiger arrived at his theory via the faculty of observation. Sure he may have overreacted to the subsequent dream he allegedly had, but what makes his eureka moment so different from Kepler? He was also fortunate enough not to suffer Velikovsky’s fate (who also hit upon the pre-lunar myth). Besides, a wholesale rejection of the theory is unjust, Hitler argued that at least the part about ice preceding water deserves consideration.
Lastly, I view it as a homage to the pre-Socratic philosophers. And what do we even have nowadays? Quantum physics? It seems to me like science has gone off-the-rails in this respect.
Otherwise, I don’t have an issue with what NASA is supposedly up to. According to Eugene K. Bird, Rudolf Hess, in his captivity, seemed to be optimistic of NASA/space developments and even had some fans among NASA. If they’re informing people about how the world works and combating perverse superstitions (i.e. that our sun is the only one in the universe) and uninformed speculating, they’re still accomplishing something good.