Forever hidden from view until the advent of the space program in the early 1960’s, the far side of the moon was a mystery. Due to mass, distance, and gravity, the rotation and orbital speed has the moon locked into a tidal tug where only one side is visible from earth. That profound information influenced scientists and engineers to get a rocket ship carrying a camera to photograph the far side of the surface of the moon. This was accomplished by the Soviet Union’s spacecraft, LUNIK 3, on 10/07/1959. When the grainy film was first viewed by humans, it showed few features and no shadows of any mountain ranges. This perplexed scientists and geologists who had mapped the near or visible side extensively. The next time the far side was exposed to humans was during the Apollo 8 mission, when 3 astronauts orbited the moon and were the first to personally see the unknown. NASA instantly censored their comments and created a cover story for the masses back on earth. Their amazing story is now being told. The universe and its wonders are all props created by Walt Dizzy to entertain the citizens of Earth, for this planet is the entire universe. There is nothing else. As Frank Borman got around to the backside of the 58% of the visible moon, he was quoted as saying, IT LOOKS LIKE A SLICED CANTALOUPE! In order to save material, the prop artists just built the front (visible) half, and a flat disk was all that was visible on the far side. Later, satellites sent outward into space noticed the same phenomenon in all directions. Economics dictated that only half planets were to fill our “solar system”, and placed at distances to make them appear really far away. The most stunning satellite discovery to date went around the back side of the sun and found thousands of OOMPA LOOMPAS shoveling coal into a furnace built into the back of our star. Thus, explains the heat and light emanating from our solar generator located 93 million miles away. YA, RIGHT! 

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