NASA invites ‘A Science Enthusiast’ to see a SpaceX launch
The Enthusiast promises to get to the bottom of the controversy once and for all, and to post the evidence on a live stream to his Facebook page.
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLORIDA – A popular blogger, podcaster, memer, and all-around cool guy known as ‘A Science Enthusiast‘ was invited by NASA to visit the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to get a “behind the scenes” tour leading up to SpaceX’s launch of TESS – a satellite allegedly being “launched” to look for rocky planets around nearby stars.
When Alternative-Science.com spoke with the ‘Science Enthusiast’, also known as Dan Broadbent, he was very excited at the opportunity NASA had given him. Here’s what he had to say:
“Ever since I was a kid, I’ve wanted to see a rocket launch in person. I planned on going to Kennedy Space Center sometime soon, hopefully to see the next Falcon Heavy launch later this year, but never thought I’d get invited by NASA to go down!”
The Enthusiast added:
“I’m really excited to see the launch and talk to the scientists and everything, but I think what I’m most excited about is the tour of Kennedy Space Center, all the rockets, and of course, to get to see the set where they faked the moon landing.”
“I really think I can blow the whole lid off of the scam that NASA has perpetuated for decades. I mean, come on – are we really supposed to believe that they landed on the moon? Give me a break! Why haven’t we been back in nearly 60 years then? Huh? Answer me THAT!”
“I mean, this mission that NASA invited me to is for a satellite that’s going to get a slingshot AROUND the moon – why not ON the moon? I’ll tell you why. It’s because they can’t.”
Out of breath, but not stopping his rant, Broadbent added that he’s “done his research” about the moon landing, and flat earth as well, so he knows what to look for while there.
“I’m going to get to the bottom of it when I’m there. And WE’LL DO IT LIVE! I’ll post everything to my public Facebook account and also on Twitter. I’m going to try to gain the trust of a scientist or two and see if I can’t get them to show me the proof that the earth is flat. Maybe get them to aim their little ‘satellite’ back at us here on Earth and take a picture of the REAL controversy – not their silly ‘science experiment where they try to find other habitable planets in our galaxy.’ I mean, what’s the point of that anyway?”
“The Earth is great! I’ve been here my whole life! My parents, too! And I have kids here! What’s the point of looking for more planets when this one has everything we need?”