I've added a couple links to my website. One is for Moongiant, just because I like to know what phase the moon is in (today happens to be a full moon/partial lunar eclipse in Capricorn) and the other is for "This Day in History." Which is often more significant than most people know. Today happens to be a particularly interesting day. In 1918, Czar Nicholas and his entire family were murdered by the Bolsheviks. In 1945, the first atomic bomb was tested in New Mexico. A private plane piloted by John F. Kennedy Jr. was lost over the waters off Martha's Vineyard, Mass. And of course, 50 years ago, "Apollo 11 blasts off from Cape Kennedy, Florida, heading for a landing on the moon."
But did it really? I don't think so, and many other intelligent bloggers and researchers think the same. If I have time I'd like to do a report on the connections between Hollywood director Stanley Kubrick and the Apollo Space Program. Was it all a staged event? I don't know how real this is, but here is an alleged confession by Kubrick. I've seen a few of his movies, and I have to say, the style in which the moon landings were presented certainly remind me of his directing. BTW, today also happens to be the 20th anniversary of the release of Stanley Kubrick's final film, "Eyes Wide Shut."
Danny in the Stanley Kubrick movie, "The Shining"
Beau askes: Why... So... Happy?
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