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Comment by Robert Roy
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Who cares? It’s a moot point, we’ve never transverse the Van Allen radiation belts. We have not sent a human to the moon or anywhere else above 100 mi in space, the ISS & all satellite activity has been in this 100 mi circumference. A paper detailing this problem was written by Russians a few years ago, so far it hasn’t been solved, the Russian & others claiming moon landing are false to, they realized the US made phony claims they couldn’t reveal, so they capitalized. To cross these belts a minimum of 7” of lead is require to shield astronauts from Gamma radiation in flight, the rocket has not been made to push a lead lined capsule to the moon. Passing thru the Van Allen belts, NASA says a man would receive 150 joules one way, a round trip would have them absorbing 300 joules, a fatal dose, stop believing the Talking heads of NASA, they lie with phony authority, do your own “due diligence” THINK!


Comment by Robert Roy
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Who cares? It’s a moot point, we’ve never transverse the Van Allen radiation belts. We have not sent a human to the moon or anywhere else above 100 mi in space, the ISS & all satellite activity has been in this 100 mi circumference. A paper detailing this problem was written by Russians a few years ago, so far it hasn’t been solved, the Russian & others claiming moon landing are false to, they realized the US made phony claims they couldn’t reveal, so they capitalized. To cross these belts a minimum of 7” of lead is require to shield astronauts from Gamma radiation in flight, the rocket has not been made to push a lead lined capsule to the moon. Passing thru the Van Allen belts, NASA says a man would receive 150 joules one way, a round trip would have them absorbing 300 joules, a fatal dose, stop believing the Talking heads of NASA, they lie with phony authority, do your own “due diligence” THINK!

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