No, ISS Astronaut Scott Kelly Did Not Take A Picture of a UFO
“But you’ve got to remember something when it comes to science, and especially when it comes to explaining something unexpected: before seriously considering any novel explanations for an unexpected phenomenon, you must rule out all mundane explanations. What this means is, before we’re even willing to entertain the possibility of aliens, UFOs or other explanation that would entail a new discovery of any sort, we’ve got to rule out all the things that we know exist.”
Continuing my discussion with Mel Fabregas of Veritas Radio, we discuss subjects ranging from the Sun, Moon, and stars, UFOs, aliens, and DMT, Jews, Hitler and WWII, and of course, the flat Earth. If you missed part one be sure to watch this first: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yRAQ… And special thanks to Steve Wilner for the awesome psychedelic visuals: https://www.youtube.com/user/soundles…
NASA and The International Space Station. The ISS is a hoax. Many people know the first moon landing was fake. Did you know that humans have never been to outer space? Would you believe that a stupid looking space suit would protect you from the hostile environment? NASA and similar fakes are nowhere near sending man to space.
These gifs show bubbles. Meaning they’re filmed under water. Nasa would say it’s space debris. Yeh, sure. They’re bubbles.
You gotta wonder what NASA is doing with taxpayers’ dollars.
Compare the top two images. Two separate supposed self portraits taken by the Curiosity Rover. Notice that the position of the rover in both pictures are the same. If you don’t think that’s absurd enough, then see if you can work out how the ‘photos’ could be taken from that angle without the camera being attached to Curiosity.
In the second image, look at the tracks. They don’t match with how the rover is placed.
It’s not easy to accept that you’ve been fooled, but it’s true. NASA has punk’d you, big time.