NASA Rocket Explodes on Take-Off Because Nothing Works Anymore in Diverse America

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stomrer
October 29, 2014

Well, this is embarrassing.
Well, this is embarrassing.

With increasing vibrant diversity in every professional field, complicated operations historically carried-out exclusively by White men are becoming more and more difficult to perform.

As such, it is unsurprising that NASA, a government agency with all of the extreme diversity quotas that go along with being a government agency in the Jewnited Snakes, just accidentally blew-up a rocket.


An unmanned rocket exploded shortly after takeoff Tuesday evening on Virginia’s eastern shore. Orbital Sciences’ Antares rocket was carrying thousands of pounds of equipment to restock the International Space Station.

The launch was supposed to be the third of eight planned Orbital missions to ferry gear and food to astronauts aboard the ISS. The rocket had some 5,000 pounds of food, supplies and science experiments, which all were engulfed in a fireball just above NASA’s Wallop’s Island facility.

The team on the ground has confirmed there are no injuries, although because of “classified crypto equipment” onboard, it is in the process of securing the surrounding area, chatter on the livestream of the launch said.

Orbital called the enormous blast a “vehicle anomaly” on Twitter.

The Antares was originally supposed to lift off on Monday, but the launch was postponed 10 minutes before take-off because a sailboat ended up in the restricted danger zone south of the Virginia complex, the Associated Press reported. Controllers promptly halted the countdown.

NASA spokesman Jay Bolden said that the investigation into the explosion could take anywhere from six months to a year. The US space agency has called on local residents to report any debris they find to help with the investigation.

Each delivery by Orbital Science’s unmanned Cygnus capsule honors a deceased person linked to the company or a commercial spaceflight. Tuesday’s mission was a tribute to Mercury astronaut Deke Slayton, who led a rocket company until his death in 1993. As a retro-style homage, Orbital Sciences flight controllers wore short-sleeved white shirts and skinny black ties.

While the ISS crew will not get their Halloween presents, they have enough supplies to last until March, NASA’s International Space Station program manager Mike Suffredini said at the press conference. “I think if no other vehicle showed up, we could go to into March,” he said.

However, the explosion gave astronauts some excitement as they watched the rocket launch live from the space station.

As America continues to become more and more diverse, we can look for NASA to begin to scale down the complexity of operations which it simply cannot perform anymore, and as there are fewer and fewer Whites working for the organization, they will progressively shut it down entirely.

    Current NASA Administrator Charles F. Bolden, Jr. (yeah, this is real)
Current NASA Administrator Charles F. Bolden, Jr. (yeah, this is real)

The reason that Africa and Mexico did not develop space programs is that their populations are genetically incapable of managing a space program. If we bring the populations of Africa and Mexico in to run our space program, they will not magically be capable of doing so because they’ve changed their geographic location.

Diversity has been and will continue to be catastrophic for every aspect of our society, but looking at something as high-tech and definitively White as the space program, and imagining it being run by a diverse team of various third world people, really puts the whole thing in perspective.

Here is the Black head of NASA talking about the Obama plan to flood the organization with non-Whites.

Here are some links to make this situation crystal clear.

NASA Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity

NASA Glenn names Lynda Glover its diversity director

Diversity at NASA: social reality, cultural challenge

NASA – MISSIONSTEM – Diversity and Inclusion Leadership

1972 — The Year NASA’s Mandate Changed From Exploring the Stars to Promoting Affirmative Action, Diversity, and Equality