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Tells the story of the impact that the tragic deaths of the astronauts of Apollo 1 - Grissom, Chaffee and White, had on the selection of Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins. Shows an extremely rare moment when all three eventual Moon Landing astronauts were in their most significant age 36 "Years of Revolution" together. Deals with a small section of my dialogue with the Australian Sceptics Society and how this evidence played out when I presented it.

Submitted: July 20, 2019

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Submitted: July 20, 2019




In this lead-up to the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing, we have also remembered the fatal crash of Apollo 1 on Jan. 27th, 1967, in which astronauts Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee perished on the launch pad. In Chapter 5 - ‘Careers And Confluence’ in “Life Cycles - Relationships”, I mentioned the impact this tragic event had on the careers of the eventual replacement astronauts, Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins.

In a rare moment of “Confluence” (or overlap), this happened when all three astronauts (ie. Armstrong/Aldrin/Collins) were in their age 36 year together. Why this matters is that as a result of the incident the three Moon Landing astronauts were called to a meeting (along with some others) and were told, “the guys in this room are the guys who are going to the Moon”.

Now I’ve posted a blog on this years ago and have included it in Book 3, so what does it have to do with the Sceptics? Well, you’ll find out when I publish Book 4, “Life Cycles - Coincidences”. You see, Chapter 7 will detail a series of emails and phone calls I had with the Executive Officer of Australian Sceptics (affiliated with a worldwide group having around 50,000 members).

I’m only up to Chapter Six now. So I haven’t even written it yet. However, when I sent him my detailed evidence from Book 3 and other sources, he didn’t even read any of the material, but tried to ‘cheap shot’ me by coming up with any old ideas he had on big events, that didn’t correspond with my copious age 36 examples. Never mind that my evidence is based on controlled statistical validation studies, where I show evidence enormously greater than what a random chance hypothesis would predict in every case.

I have never said you can correlate all important events with either the age 36 (or other of my ‘significant years’), only that life and career-defining events have this uncanny tendency to happen in these year/s. You know this because if you’ve read my many posts I demonstrate it all the time. I could post every single day I have so much unpublished material, but I don’t want to overdo it.

So, what do you think this smarty pants did? Well he mentioned a couple of trite examples about the Beatles (because the only blog post I showed him was on George Martin) and then he mentions the moon landing in 1969. I answered straight away refuting the Beatles examples and saying I dealt with the moon landing in depth in Chapter 5 of the book, which he had in full. There was no answer. None. Didn’t fit the spec you see. We could have talked in detail on the Apollo 1 crash, even though I have conceded it wasn’t the moon landing, but that it was part of an extremely rare case of three-way ‘Confluence’.

Don’t worry you’re going to get much more than this if you decide to read it. You will be left in no doubt that the sceptics don’t have an answer for my work. I will show you how I constructed a test which they agreed to and then just wait for the incredible outcome……………………….. 

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