What exactly is NASA hiding? Are there secrets being covered up that the public isn’t supposed to know? Is there a vast conspiracy going on at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration? It all may sound like an evening on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory, but is NASA as forthcoming as many believe them to be?
Many of us have heard rumors and innuendos surrounding events associated with NASA. Whether it’s the Moon landing, Roswell, or the mysterious face on Mars, people ranging from scientists to folks in foil hats have their opinions about these and other matters involving space.
Enter the new book, The NASA Conspiracies by Nick Redfern that delves into these issues and a host of others. This is an insightful and engaging book for the conspiracy theorist in all of us, and a pretty fast read. Redfern takes a look at top secret documents, high-level cover-ups, and attempts to ensure that information about UFOs, aliens, and other topics remains buried.
Now, is everything Redfern presents in the book accurate and true? Hard to say. Since he does have a specific bias in play it’s clear that Redfern wants you to believe that NASA has more than a few skeletons in the closet and that their dirty laundry is past due for an airing out. While the topics covered in the book are pretty intriguing, it does make you want to take a further look for yourself through researching on your own.
But that’s what makes all books, documentaries, and reports important: they are a good place to start in order to further explore a topic that piques your interest. And The NASA Conspiracies certainly provides this launching point.
I wish there had been more photos in the book. Not because I don’t like to read, but because it would have strengthened some of Redfern’s arguments at specific points. This holds true especially when you consider that the “Censored Photos” chapter has one photo and it’s not censored.
Overall, I enjoyed the book. It offers up some new details and information about some of NASA’s work, research, and missions that I never knew, and delivers plenty of head scratching conspiracy theories that will entice anyone who’s into this sort of thing.
The NASA Conspiracies is available NOW!