We Never Went to the Moon: America's Thirty Billion Dollar Swindle!

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Health Research Books, 1997 - History - 87 pages
Contents: Foreword; Introduction; How this book came to be written; Elements of Rocket Propulsion; U.S. Government Experience in Secret Operations; the Search for Apollo Secrets; the Apollo Project as Political Expediency; Steps to Simulation; Mu.

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The absence of stars in lunar surface photographs, film used to be reduced from a high levels of radiation, unexplained optical anomalies in the photographs undulating flags move in a wavy pattern or ... Read full review

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A joke of a book. In keeping with other terrible books he’s written. The ramblings of a self fulfilling gypsy mythomaniac that spent 5 years as a secretary for a rocket maker. This guy is as qualified to write about this as much as Trump is a president. Thumbs down.

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