August 16, 2015

BILL WHITTLE ON THE GREAT UNLEARNING: HOW OUR SOCIETY BECAME SO STUPID: In After America, Mark Steyn quoted from a professor of theoretical medicine at England’s University of Buckingham named Bruce Charlton, who posited in 2010 that “human capability reached its peak or plateau around 1965-75 — at the time of the Apollo moon landings — and has been declining ever since.” After watching the latest Afterburner video from Bill Whittle, I think Professor Charlton may be onto something:

To be fair though, the idiocracy disease may also be impacting some of the men who once walked on the moon as well: Apollo 14’s Edgar Mitchell, “the sixth man to walk on the moon, says that aliens have visited Earth and their peace-loving nature helped us to prevent nuclear war.”

But then, in the apparent effort to star in a one man version of Leonard Nimoy’s old paranormal In Search Of series, Mitchell says a lot of…umm…interesting…things.

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