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The technology to fake the NASA Apollo moon landings did not exist in 1969

MarkWhittington (1084047) writes | about a year and a half ago

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MarkWhittington writes "The notion that the Apollo moon landings were faked is one of the more pernicious conspiracy theories, suggesting that the greatest technological feat in human history was done in a movie studio, probably by the late Stanley Kubrick. The theory has been debunked by everyone from the Mythbusters to actual photographic evidence.

Now a Jan 18, 2013 piece by Gizmodo, along with a video, proves once and for all and for all time that the Apollo moon landings really happened. The reason is that while the technology to send men to the moon certainly existed in 1969, the technology to fake video footage of them doing so did not exist."

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Time Machine! (1)

PolygamousRanchKid (1290638) | about a year and a half ago | (#42636619)

So, obviously, if they faked it back then, with the technology from now . . . they used a time machine! They raced from way back then, up to right now, grabbed the stuff needed at Best Buy, Amazon and eBay . . . and zipped right back to then.

So let's see if Mythbusters can prove that a time machine doesn't exist . . .

Well... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42638195)

...that's what they want you to think

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