• NASA Moon Landing Hoax

    From Lee Lofaso@3:800/432 to All on Friday, July 17, 2009 14:00:30
    Hello Everybody,

    NASA finally admits Moon landing a hoax. Of course, NASA did not come
    right out and say so. But that is what they said. That's right. A few
    years ago, NASA "lost" the original Moon landing tapes. Yesterday, NASA
    admits to having destroyed those tapes, knowing the Moon landings were
    a hoax.

    Imagine that. NASA claiming to have "accidentally re-used the original
    moon tapes." All 45 tapes of Apollo XI video. C'mon guys. Get a life.
    It didn't happen.

    The Moon landing was a hoax.

    After all, who in their right mind would believe
    that NASA degaussed and "accidentally re-used the
    original moon tapes"? Those tapes were erased.
    Destroyed so the only proof is a known doctored
    copy. Actually four doctored copies. The most
    important thing in the history of mankind, and
    they erased it. I don't think so.

    The Moon landing was a hoax.

    But hey. It's not a total loss. Hollywood is coming to the
    rescue. Really. You heard right. The same studio wizards who
    restored "Capablanca" will soon be bringing you fully restored
    NASA film footage of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walking on
    the surface of the Moon. In full living color. And in digital
    format. Presumably widescreen. And with lots of extra features.

    "There's nothing being created; there's nothing being manufactured.
    You can now see the detail that's coming out."
    - NASA senior engineer Dick Nafzger, the man in charge of the project

    Stanley Kubrick did the original film for NASA, but unfortunately
    he is no longer around. So who is now bailing out NASA from their
    misfortune? George Lucas. That's right. The same producer who
    gave us those Indiana Jones movies and Star Wars movies. It is
    his company that is doing the work for NASA.

    I wonder if Steven Spielberg will be a consultant. Nah. NASA
    is probably saving him for their Mars project.


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