Video: Did NASA fake the Apollo lunar landing in 1969? S.G. Collins provides witty ratiocination on the myths

Moon Hoax – not

Buzz Aldrin on the surface of the moon taken by Neil Armstrong Photo NASA

Buzz Aldrin on the surface of the moon taken by Neil Armstrong. Photo: NASA

A plethora of conspiracy theories purport that, in 1969, NASA did not actually land on the moon. Painstaking analysis of the photo and video footage, corroborated by in-depth discussion between “experts”, have been used to make the following point: NASA lied.  Think – a flag flapping in a vacuum, stars missing from the shot, etc.  Many conspiracy theorists argue that legendary movie-maker Stanley Kubrick (2001: A Space Odyssey) actually filmed the moon landing in a television studio.

Writer/Director S.G. Collins, doesn’t buy it. And he’s got several decades of photographic/videographic experience to reason and slice his way through the rhetoric. The man’s humour is superbly dry and I actually laughed out loud a few times – in delight – as he ploughs forward, providing conclusive evidence to back up his point: while the technology to land on the moon did exist in ’69, the technology to fake it did not.



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