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Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land on the Moon? (2001)

Were the Apollo moon landings faked?




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Complete credited cast:
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Thomas Ronald Baron ...
Himself (archive footage)
Paul Fjeld ...
Betty Grissom ...
Scott Grissom ...
Bill Kaysing ...
Paul Lazarus III ...
Jan Lundberg ...
Howard McCurdy ...
Himself (as Howard McCurdy Ph.D.)
Brian O'Leary ...
David S. Percy ...
Geoffrey Reeves ...
Himself (as Dr. Geoffrey Reeves)
Ralph René ...
Julian Scheer ...
Bart Sibrel ...


Skeptics analyze the discrepancies and inconsistencies in the evidence that men landed on the moon in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Their conclusion: NASA faked the moon landings! Evidence of deception includes: the physical problems inherent in rocket control; the lack of a blast crater under the LM descent engine; the lack of stars in the lunar sky; discrepancies and similarities in the shadows and backgrounds of moon photos; flag waving on an airless moon; and the presence of deadly radiation in interplanetary space. The skeptics contend that astronauts have never flown beyond the Van Allen radiation belt. Written by yortsnave

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What a disgusting film.
13 January 2003 | by (Albuquerque, United States) – See all my reviews

I rank the makers of this movie right down there with the people who allege that the holocaust is all a big hoax. Garbage like this relies on the ignorance of its viewers to convince them of something that is so patently and hideously false that one wonders from what kind of acute character disorder the makers are afflicted. Tens of thousands of people worked on the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs, several thousand worked in the immediate vicinity of the launch stands at Kennedy Space Center, and at least a hundred worked in the launch control complex monitoring the telemetry as it came in from Apollo.

So many people dedicated their entire lives to making these achievements take place that those who have never achieved anything other to tear down the work of others might indeed see the Apollo Program as a target. Nonetheless it's one thing to imagine that it might happen, and another thing entirely to see it actually take place.

There are those who would argue that good journalism sometimes present controversial points of view. But unbalanced journalism, based on a deliberate misunderstanding of logic and science, serves no purpose other than to create confusion and distrust.

There remains one question for the criminal idiots who made this film. At what point did the conspiracy take place? It's easily provable that the rockets themselves went to the Moon and back. Several hundred people watched the astronauts walk to the gantry and get in the elevator. From down below the launch gantry one can watch people get into the spacecraft. There is only one elevator. So if people in spacesuits got into giant rockets that then themselves went to the Moon and performed their mission in a very visible way, at what point would these conspirators have gotten out? At what point did this conspiracy with thousands of members manage to pluck those would-be actors (never mind that not a one of them would consent to do it) out of the spacecraft and bring them back home to a sound stage?

It stands as testimony to the achievements of those who worked so hard and so long to put mankind on the Moon that there are some who see those hard fought goals as unachievable. One would hope instead that a completely different message might be taken from our few short trips to the Moon, that humanity in concert can achieve huge and wonderful things, and that those who, in their smallness, might only rise by making others fall can never compare to those who would work hard to educate themselves and combine their talents for something great.

I can only pray that if I am some day able to help achieve something great, some tiny-minded idiot will not immediately claim we didn't do it and, in so doing, feel somehow superior.

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