Category Archives: NASA

The Final Flight of the NASA Shuttle Program – Atlantis’ Last Voyage

We could have been on Mars, but we had to fund Black-Run America (BRA). In minutes the space shuttle Atlantis will launch, ending 30 years of that program. As that shuttle enters into space, leaving earth behind, all the hopes … Continue reading

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NASA’s Final Frontier: Finding the great Black Scientist

We all know what NASA’s current mission, with Muslim outreach now the primary goal of that once vaunted organization. Houston, 1969: How did these white guys ever succeed without Black people? The next few days will see some long-awaited entries … Continue reading

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#53. Space Exploration

Black people look at the 40th anniversary of the United States sending three astronauts and their landing upon the moon with enthusiastic indifference. Never has a moment captured the inherent differences between Black people and white people as much as … Continue reading

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