Did "Space Camp" ruin NASA?

It's no question "Space Camp" (1986) was part of a propoganda quest by NASA to renew the imaginitive interest in other-world exploration that had all-but-evaporated in American culture in the Reagan years, much due to the fact that the Space Shuttle program was done in the name of science and less in the interest of inspiring sound bites that permeated the Apollo endeavor. But thanks to the fact that everyone who works for NASA in "Space Camp" are Darwinist failures, plus the ingenious PR notion of selling the flick to audiences just five months after the tragic Challenger disaster, it's no question why this operation was dead-in-orbit. Read More...