Monday was the 46th anniversary of the first lunar landing, yet a small fringe still believes the whole thing was a hoax.
According to the conspiracy theory, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were on a soundstage instead of the moon. Some even claim that famed filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, who made “2001: A Space Odyssey” the previous year, directed the hoax.
On Monday, British physicist Brian Cox, professor of particle physics at the University of Manchester, had a blunt message for the conspiracy theorists:
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – if you don’t think Apollo 11 landed on Moon you are a colossal nob end & should get a new brain
10:17 AM – 20 Jul 2015
I have covered this issue at length. Every last of the photos from the manned missions was staged. I demonstrated that.
The hardware in question never landed men on the moon and returned them safely, which was the mandate of the Apollo program. There wasn’t enough shielding to protect the astronauts outside the Van Allen Belt. They would have returned dead.
I believe that American astronauts went to the moon, but by way of the Pentagon’s classified space program which employed advanced technology gotten from the Watchers.
Ninety-five percent of humanity has never and will never accurately perceive reality without help. It’s embarrassing to watch this physicist speak on the matter.
See if you can tell what about the photo above demonstrates that the photo is staged and also retouched. (Hint: NASA plainly states that no supplemental lighting was employed, meaning that there was only one light source: the sun. And also remember that all things cast shadows.)
In this photo, you can identify at least four light sources:
Once you see the fakery, you can’t unsee it.
In a world awash in lies, perceiving the truth takes training and it takes practice.
I was right about 9-11, I was right about the income tax, and I was right about the natural right to travel. What else might I be right about?
I am America’s Senior Comedian. Thank you for your kind attention in this matter.