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President John F. Kennedy with a former Sturmbannführer of the Allgemeine SS, Wernher von Braun by Hadding Scott Political Rhetoric and Profit KILLING THE SS by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard is a book inspired by motives other than the quest for truth. The birth of the idea for this book may have…
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by David Sims WHY DO Africans confuse astronomy with spaceflight? A telescope is not a spaceship. You would use a telescope to look at something in space. But a spaceship carries you into space so that you can get close to what telescopes can only look at. It takes more intelligence to fly in space than it…
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To honor the life and activism of the late Bob Whitaker, who was a writer for National Vanguard in the early 2000s, we present this 2004 interview. by Kevin Alfred Strom American Dissident Voices Broadcast of July 3, 2004 BOB WHITAKER is a man who, despite working at a high level within the Washington establishment,…
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by Veiko Hessler THE YOUTH of today are quite possibly the most decried and despised generation in history. Millennials are regarded as a selfish, entitled generation who believe in neither country nor God. Despite being, supposedly, the most educated, wealthy, and free human beings to have ever…
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PRESIDENT TRUMP just signed a bill authorizing $19.5 billion in funding for NASA — the first such authorization bill for the space agency in seven years. The bill more or less aligns with the budget blueprint Trump laid out last week. NASA won’t face the same cuts as other science and medical…
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The Moon was one result of these impacts; possibility of future cosmic disasters makes eugenics and Whites-only space exploration more urgent than ever. EARTH’S MOON may be the product of many small moonlets that merged after multiple objects as big as Mars collided with Earth, leaving disks…
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NASA’s present strategy for Mars exploration promotes the idea of pioneering space in “NASA’s Journey to Mars — Pioneering Next Steps in Space Exploration.” This document describes NASA’s goals of expanding and sustaining human presence in space. However, NASA’s most recent plans resemble…
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WHEN ELON MUSK takes the stage of the 67th International Astronautical Congress in Guadalajara, Mexico on Sept. 27, it won’t be to rehash terrestrial concerns like a fatal Tesla autopilot crash or a poorly received merger proposal. Instead, the space and electric-car entrepreneur will be talking…
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As we head for a Third World America and Europe, how much longer will scientific advances continue? OVER THE last week, new images have granted us exquisite views of the final frontier that is our old, vast and mysterious universe. (ILLUSTRATION: Gravitational lensing and space warping are visible…
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AN UNMANNED European-Russian mission to Mars blasted off successfully from a Kazakhstan cosmodrome on Monday, beginning a projected seven-month voyage that originally was supposed to showcase cooperation in space between the U.S. and Europe. But budget problems years ago prompted the National…
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