Happy Day Of Reason: The Moon Landing Could Not Have Been Faked

It may not be the National Day of Reason in Canada, but it’s still reasonable to celebrate the cerebrum and all the excellent things it’s capable of, from telling me when I’m hungry to… well, that’s about it for me. In keeping with Paul’s post that debunked the afterlife (depressing, because I need a place to put my stuff and I’m too cheap for a self-storage unit), here’s my hero SG Collins explaining why 1969 could not possibly have been faked. Note that he’s not claiming that we landed on the moon in 1969 – just that we didn’t have the technology to fake the footage back then. Really! It turns out that we could put a man on the moon, but we couldn’t fake an hour of guys jumping around the lunar surface.

I’ll leave you to ponder that one.

Author: Aidan Morgan

Aidan is a very serious man who's saving up for a nice dignified pipe. Then we'll see who's laughing.

3 thoughts on “Happy Day Of Reason: The Moon Landing Could Not Have Been Faked”

  1. Everyone interested in moon landing conspiracies MUST watch the excellent documentary Dark Side Of The Moon, which was on The Passionate Eye a few years back. Here’s the link. It’s about an hour and worth your time, so fire up the popcorn popper and grab a scotch or two!

  2. The answer is simple to counter any moon landing conspiracies. Use a telescope to view all marked landing spots on the moon. Problem solved.

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