by David Sims
WHEN I PUBLICLY stated that only the White race has what it takes to send human beings to the Moon, a typical miseducated American responded, saying, “You need to watch the Hidden Figures movie, sir. Note the race of the women who were crucial to the success of the Mercury program, along with its derivatives. As I’ve said before, you need to dump your bigotry into Jupiter.”
I responded as follows: The movie Hidden Figures made some Blacks look important, vital, and indeed indispensable to NASA’s Project Mercury. In reality, they were none of those things. You really need to learn to discriminate, if only between fiction and fact.
Hollywood has been run by Jews for a long time, and a distinct pattern of racial hoaxing runs through the movies they’ve produced. In particular, they frequently impute ability or achievement to non-Whites (especially to Blacks) that are either exaggerated or entirely fictitious. Hardly ever does a Hollywood movie depict events exactly as they really happened, and many of the deviations are made with a duplicitous political purpose in mind.
The Black women were “included” because of the racial integration craze of that time, not because they were necessary, and not because they could perform at a level that would be expected of a White engineer at NASA. They could not. They were there to look as if they were important.
Anybody can make implausible things happen in a movie. Fiction writers routinely base their work on fanciful premises like “warp drive” and “racial equality.” But in real life we must stick with reality — if we don’t want disaster to come our way.
If you were to ask any of those female Black “mathematicians” to derive the classically exact equation for the time-to-fall in a plunge orbit, none of them would even know where to begin. If you were to tell them, “Start with the Vis Viva equation,” they’d ask “What’s that?” If you were to show them the Vis Viva equation, they might be able to comprehend it. Maybe. But they probably wouldn’t have known to transform it into a non-linear ordinary differential equation or how to integrate it to get the required expression.
White mathematicians are usually familiar with celestial mechanics and could have done that job with ease. Between these Black “mathematicians” and the White Apollo engineers, there existed a vast (and purposely hidden) gulf in terms of actual competence.
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