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Sea of White: The mission control for Apollo 11 ATTEMPTS TO diminish the triumph of Apollo 11 and to reassign credit don’t just taint the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, but presage the technological decline of the US if it persists with anti-White politics. With the Founding Fathers now rarely…
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American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadioWilliam Pierce

American Dissident Voices broadcast of 20 July, 2019 by Kevin Alfred Strom I AM SURE that Revilo Oliver would not mind if we briefly pause our series based on his After Fifty Years to commemorate another fiftieth anniversary — the anniversary of perhaps the greatest achievement of our people…
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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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WE ARE ALL FAMILIAR with Jews’ attempts to shape the public understanding of history. But for Jews to try and control what aliens might think about the Earth’s inhabitants in the future, after all human life has been extinguished, is a level of crazy beyond what I thought even they would be capable of.…
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Major aerospace contractor, once an exemplar of European-American competence and innovation, now mired in easily avoidable yet disastrous mistakes. by David Sims I WOULD STILL like to see a flotilla of satellites like TESS (the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, a space telescope designed…
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by David Sims THERE REMAIN VESTIGES of natural selection today, for example in the form of assortative mating. High-functioning people tend to marry high-functioning people of the opposite sex. Low-functioning people must take whatever they can get from among the leftovers. There’s still…
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by David Sims ACCORDING TO Space.com: NASA’s newest planet-hunting powerhouse, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), leaped into orbit Wednesday evening (April 18) atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket…. The satellite may be small, but it packs a major science punch. TESS is following…
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Impressive technology — important missions — but what a poor choice for a location; the multiracial morass of Los Angeles, California. SPACEX PLANS to build its massive BFR rocket boosters and spaceships inside a cavernous new factory at the Port of Los Angeles, officials announced…
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David Sims, in his writings published on this site, has explored the psychological factors in space travel — in his case, intergalactic travel — and proposed possible solutions. It is also extremely important that we not bring racial “diversity” and all its conflicts and
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by David Sims AN ASTRONAUT looks down at the Earth and thinks: “How small our blue planet is when seen from here. How small the differences between different peoples and races must be too. Why can’t we all just live in peace?” That’s the Overview Effect. To some extent, the Overview…
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