Take A Trip Back In Time To The Cold War Era Theater of The Absurd
The so-called "Military Superpowers" of the world governments are more hoax and Hollywood product than most know. Governments use propaganda like this to reinforce the religious belief and fervor needed to keep government in existence. We are all supposed to really buy into all the myths of history and governmental authority. Governmental power is a lot weaker and more down to Earth than the governments of the planet need or want any of us to know. Government means mind control and governments exist to restrict freedom. Existential threats and magical super powers, the use of fear and inspirational awe, are the hallmarks of a religion. Government is religion with guns, religion, government unarmed. Both ask us to pay for them to exist. Tithes, fees, fines, taxes and jail time are the makes of the true multi-headed beast of revelation. Nation-state boundaries are international banking managerial caste fictions, designed to bind the human imagination to a very inhuman system of mental wage slavery.
Missiles, Solid Fueled: "Solid Punch" pt1-2 circa 1962 "The Big Picture" US Army Chet Huntley
WARS ARE LIES
Wars And Fear of War Keep Us the Global Enterprise Human Resource Turning the Wheel of Industry for All Time In Service of Long Standing Global Empire
Virtual Weaponry For Virtual Reality
Missiles, Solid Fueled: "Solid Punch" pt2-2 circa 1962 "The Big Picture" US Army Chet Huntley
"Compositing is the combining of visual elements from separate sources into single images, often to create the illusion that all those elements are parts of the same scene. Live-action shooting for compositing is variously called "chroma key", "blue screen", "green screen" and other names."
"Miniature faking, also known as diorama effect or diorama illusion, is a process in which a photograph of a life-size location or object is made to look like a photograph of a miniature scale model. Blurring parts of the photo simulates the shallow depth of field normally encountered in close-up photography, making the scene seem much smaller than it actually is; the blurring can be done either optically when the photograph is taken, or by digital postprocessing. Many diorama effect photographs are taken from a high angle to simulate the effect of looking down on a miniature. Tilt–shift photography is also associated with miniature faking.