2. "We call it "simulated lunar regolith'," says McLemore. "We need just the right kind of rocks to make this stuff, and we're getting them from the Stillwater Mine in Nye, Montana."
Source--> http://www.moondaily.com/reports/Sixtee ... t_999.html
*Item #2 has been removed from NASA's website. ROFLMAO! Fortunately, I saved a PDF of the story from NASA's website that includes a couple of funny pictures and the names of the people involved in creating this fake Moon Dust.
People involved in the Lunar Regolith Simulant Development and Characterization effort:
At Marshall Space Flight Center:
1. VP33/John Fikes - Deputy Project Manager
2. VP61/Dr. Doug Rickman - Chief Project Scientist (Geologist)
3. BAE (Sub-contractor to Teledyne Brown Engineering)/Christian Schrader –Geologist
4. Teledyne Brown Engineering/Hans Hoelzer (Mathematician - Figures of Merit)
5. Teledyne Brown Engineering/Kathy Fourroux (Software - Figures of Merit)
6. VP33/Carole McLemore - Project Manager
At the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
1. Dr. Steve Wilson (Chemist)
2. Dr. Doug Stoeser (Geologist)
3. Dr. Greg Meeker
4. Dr. Geoff Plumlee
A woman who tried to sell a rare chunk of moon rock for $1.7 million U.S. (£1million) was caught out when her prospective customer turned out to be an undercover Nasa investigator.
It is illegal to sell moon rocks, which are considered national treasures.
this 80 year old JEW (most of my friends/acquaintances back then were JEWS), who just happened to have made his couple of MILLION dollars selling a computer program to NASA that supposedly helped track the Apollo spaceships.
FirstClassSkeptic wrote:I think you would have to look at each contractor and consultant hired by NASA. And if you did so, you would probably find that most are jewish or jewish owned.
It's things like the moon landing space suits, made by the girdle company. It obvious they didn't really have to work. So who owned the girdle company? Who were the stock holders?
FirstClassSkeptic wrote:Jews being psychopathic have an ability to spot people's weaknesses and take advantage of them.
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