Originally Streamed on Jul 14, 2023

In this video we explore an array of cosmic wonders and grand challenges. We examine various topics with a commitment to seeking objective evidence. Viewers are encouraged to embrace curiosity and engage in critical thinking when confronting prevailing narratives.

Here are some of the materials we cover:

The Neutrino Map of the Milky Way: Challenging the Evidence

We look into the so-called Neutrino map of the Milky Way which is portrayed as a “ghost particle portrait”. We question the authenticity of the map’s images, comparing them to subpar CGI from early Photoshop tools.

Only objective, measurable evidence should support scientific claims. Thus we should caution against accepting artist illustrations as proof.

X Prize Competition: Rethinking Grand Challenges

In this section, we analyze the notion that ‘incentivizing’ leads to solutions to grand challenges by looking at the X Prize Competition. This competition gave origin to the popular belief that billionaires will be the key pioneers of space exploration, as promoted in the science fiction film Contact.

The idea is that throwing money at any fictional idea leads to palpable results and groundbreaking breakthroughs. We consider the implications and motivations behind these competitions.

X15 and Apollo 14: Questioning the Past

In this segment, we examine early space missions like the X15 and Apollo 14. An analysis of the technologies used in these missions and the resulting evidence shows that such so-called historical endeavors were simply staged performances.

The images appear inconsistent and CGI-like, urging us to reevaluate our perceptions of early space exploration endeavors and consider the historical context in which they occurred.

India and Japan’s Moon Missions

In this segment, we compare the Indian and Japanese Moon missions to space endeavors by China, the US, and Russia. We examine the validity of these moon missions and the narratives surrounding them.

The “Lupex” Mission

In this segment, we focus on a joint mission between the Indian and Japanese space agencies called “Lupex.” We examine the mission’s objectives and the idea of sending robots to the moon.

Climate Change – A Magical Entity: Unveiling Manipulative Narratives

In this section, we examine the discourse that a video interview featuring NASA’s Chief Scientist and Senior Climate Advisor, Kate Calvin, employs. Calvin’s smiling demeanor during discussions of serious disasters is disturbing. Calvin’s demeanor seems almost psychotic and creepy, as she laughs about wild fires and climate change.

We examine the impression that climate change is a “magical entity” that is the source of all evils. This belief is promoted alongside the notion that all humans are to blame for pollution, not profitable multinational corporations and corrupt states. The same propagandists who created and profit from the carbon tax industry want the climate change boogieman to silence the need to prioritize the end pollution and poverty.

A Look at Space Shuttle Re-Entry and Vibrations: Insights into Space Travel

In this segment, we analyze an interview featuring Terry Virts, a former NASA astronaut, and his way of spinning space shuttle tales. We look into the discrepancies that emerge in Terry’s accounts of re-entering Earth’s atmosphere and handling vibrations during space travel.

Rodrigo Ferrari Nunes

Rodrigo Ferrari-Nunes, Ph.D, is a social and cultural anthropologist, independent consultant, music producer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, artist, public intellectual and communicator.

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