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David SimsEssays

by David Sims RACIAL POLITICS is already beginning to corrupt the renewed campaign of spaceflight. Apparently, as part of getting $2.8 billion, SpaceX was required to agree to put a woman and a non-White person on the Moon. Up until now, all persons who have been to the Moon have been White men. And the…
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CommentaryDavid SimsNews

Butler. Like the vast majority of non-Whites in the arts heavily promoted by Jews, her work repeatedly screams “I’m Black [or fill in oppressed group name here] and I’m female and we haven’t been treated equally!” to the eternal boredom of most readers, even those…
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CommentaryDavid Sims

by David Sims OF ALL THINGS deplorable, I must report that SpaceX has a Black (part-Black, actually) astronaut, Victor Glover. The possibility that SpaceX might, for political reasons, cause a Black person to become the first human on Mars worries me. It would forever give Blacks an honor that their…
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David SimsEssays

SpaceX carried out the historic Demo-2 mission with NASA over the weekend, successfully becoming the first commercial company to launch humans to space on its own spacecraft. by David Sims ELON MUSK is reportedly (according to CNBC) thinking about making SpaceX a public corporation. That would be…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims ARTICLE in left column on page 1: “Boeing Starliner fails mission, can’t reach space station after flying into wrong orbit” (with picture of Starliner space capsule launch on Atlas 5 rocket) Article in right column on page 1: “Boeing makes strides in diversity…
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David Sims

by David Sims HERE ARE some of my answers that Quora’s moderation team doesn’t like, published here (and lots of other places) so that censorship fails to achieve its purpose. Question: Homosexuality is never mentioned in the Koran, so why are homosexual acts considered a sin in Islam?…
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David SimsFiction

by David Sims “UNTIL the last star in the universe ceases to shine.” Those words are emblematic of Brenda Lynn Jones’ promise to the Life of Earth and to her own race. It comes from an address she made, as Empress of the Solar System Empire, to the United Nations of Earth in the early twenty-second…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver BY COINCIDENCE, the January issue of Liberty Bell, which contained a notice of Professor James A. Van Allen’s strictures on a “space program” designed for publicity rather than practical scientific results, was in press when a publicity stunt at Cape Canaveral…
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Professor of Physics at the Cavendish Laboratory and Geneva University Didier Queloz. HUMANITY WILL make contact with alien life far sooner than you might think, according to one prominent scientist. Nobel Prize winner professor Didier Queloz says he’s convinced we’re not alone in the universe…
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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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