Independent Photo Analysts Confirm Fake Photos From NASA
For years the American Space Program NASA has released photos of the Earth. Nearly every year, the world gets what they thought was a peek at the Earth from space. The most recently released photo of Earth from NASA was released January 4, 2012. NASA released the following statement with the picture, “This composite image uses a number of swaths of the Earth’s surface taken on January 4, 2012.” So they also admit the pictures are composites, A.K.A. artwork.
As you can see in the picture the colors are not very striking, although the entire Earth appears to be in view. There have been several independent analysis’ of these photos over the years. NASA has admitted that many of the pictures from the archives are “composites” or what you would more accurately understand as being a single photo created from possibly thousands…
Several photos from NASA claim to be the real deal, but have you ever seen one like the picture from the Russian satellites. Do you think the Russian released picture exposes NASA?
Here is the photo from the Russian space satellites. I believe this photo exposes NASA completely as a fraudulent organization. This picture shows NASA has been producing inaccurate pictures of Earth for years. Not only that but the photos debuted by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration are not really photographs at all. They are more like a child’s art project on a large scale.
Notice any differences? The color perhaps? Why would NASA continue to create images of Earth instead of taking them with a camera? Maybe because they have no capabilities of doing so. Is this the space race propaganda continued from the 60’s and 70’s? You decide. One thing is for sure, the photos look completely different.
A theory I have developed on this: Perhaps the similarity in the true color of Earth’s land is so similar to Mars that theories of – potential drying up of the Earth will lead to another “Red Planet” – are being avoided.
Look at the similar color and decide for yourself. Here is a graphic I found simulating Mars over thousands of years. Are we seeing the life and death of a planet before our eyes?