Why It Was Impossible to Fake the Moon Landing

Posted on January 29, 2013 10:00 pm

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Short answer: videotape technology was too primitive.

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10 Responses to “Why It Was Impossible to Fake the Moon Landing”

  1. 4of7 says:

    That’s why they haven’t release any photos of that guy shooting skeet – no technology exists that could make that seem believable!

  2. Harvey says:

    @1 – Not true. Pixar’s working their buns off on it even as we speak…

  3. King James The Capitalist says:

    Well obviously they got the technology to fake it from the ancient Nazi occult aliens who also killed Kennedy. Duhhh.

  4. NoMoBama says:

    We couldn’t fake the moon landing in 1969 but faking a ‘president’ in 2008 is no problem, not because of technology, because the people being asked to believe it have the computing power of Apollo 11.

    And they covered this on Myth Busters like 3 years ago.

  5. John says:

    The fatal flaw of all conspiracy theories, rather we’re talking about the moon landing or JFK assassination, to the various “truther” movements going on right now, are their assumption that the government is competent enough to pull off a massive, secretive operation in broad daylight in front of hundreds, thousands, or (in the case of television) millions of eye witnesses. Our government just isn’t that proficient.

  6. Oppo says:

    Obama’s doctored electronic birth certificate was placed in front of millions in broad daylight.

  7. Groucho says:

    “We could easily fake the moon landing today, but we’ve forgotten how to do it for real” – hilarious

  8. Anonymiss says:

    I loved that. :)

  9. CCO says:

    BTW, NoMoBama, your website is reported to be an attack page, or its host at least.

  10. IMAO » Blog Archive » The Best Lie the Government Ever Told? links:

    […] In the comments to my post on the moon landing not being fake, John [High Praise!] said: […]

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