What the heck happened at once-great Boeing — the history-making innovator in air and space travel? Bill Whittle says it’s a snapshot of what happened to America.
What’s it like to do something hard for a long time and to succeed?
Bill Whittle — creator of the Apollo 11: What We Saw series — says this week’s scrubbed launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket topped with a Dragon crew capsule from Pad 39a at Cape Canaveral was “one of the most resounding successes in the history of the space program.” Bill Whittle Now with Scott […]
Sign up for the free email alerts at the Patriot Post and get a free copy of the Patriot’s Primer on American Liberty. When you do, you’re helping Bill Whittle too. NASA’s list of guidelines for private companies and nations interactions in outer space — dubbed the Artemis Accords — is a voluntary compact which […]
The NASA Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna (ANITA) finds tau neutrino high energy particles rising from Earth — too heavy to have passed through the Earth — and offers the “simplest explanation”: another universe where time runs backward. What are the consequences of a time-flipped parallel universe for your life? Are you — like Merlin — […]
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The private manned, for profit, space flight era gets its official launch on May 28, the date NASA and SpaceX have set to send Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley from launch pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in a Dragon capsule atop a Falcon 9 rocket.
Joe Biden hates poor kids so much he says when he’s president charter schools are gone. Cats actor Jason Derulo complains his anaconda bulge didn’t make the final cut. Whoopi Goldberg tells Meghan McCain to shut up about her voice being suppressed on The View. All of this and the X-59 space plane on this episode of Stephen Green’s Lightning Round.
Samuel Tisherman at the University of Maryland School of Medicine brings a man back from the dead as a breakthrough way of performing emergency surgery. But can this medical procedure finally make deep space travel possible?
Watch all four episodes of Bill Whittle’s “Apollo 11: What We Saw”, right here. Produced by Esoteric Radio Theatre, “What We Saw” combines rarely-seen archival footage, with deeply-personal space race stories to create a compelling dramatic telling of America’s most astonishing achievement.
Recorded live before a global audience on 8/8/19.
Recorded July 19, 2019
As the Apollo program finally starts to take wings, learn how the entire program, and everything it accomplished, was actually NASA’s backup plan. From a fire during a routine test to Christmas messages from the far side of the moon, see how the Apollo Program got to that one giant leap of Apollo 11 with a series of very small steps, and missteps.
Four satellite launches into the Space Race, and the score—in terms of pounds put into orbit—is Communism, 1300; Capitalism, 33. And the humiliations keep on coming.