Saturday, May 14, 2016

Did we really go the Moon? Was Stanley Kubrick Involved? Did the Astronauts see Aliens there? Does It Make us Nuts?

 Where to begin?

Here's a handy list of the Six Moon Landings.

 Consider this post a Highlight Reel of the most prominent Moon Weirdness Speculation.


Some people believe the Moon Mission in 1969 was Hoaxed by the US government.

Okay- here's a useful 1-2-3:

1) We went to the moon and all the film we see is an accurate depiction.
2) We never went to the moon- and the film is a fake.
 3) We went to the moon and NASA learned something that it can't tell anyone.
Of course there are other possibilities like; we went but screwed it up and so we produced a trip and a walk etc

Here's a portion of the news conference with the returning Astronauts:

They do certainly look uncomfortable. Were they hiding something?

If you have the time here is the Entire News Conference:

Marcus Allen on "The Moon Hoax"

 Some say Stanley Kubrick was hired to produce the Moon Landing.

Kay Weidner on Kubrick and the Moon.

 What a second! Did we really go to the Moon!?

From Huffington post


Neil deGrasse Tyson and Joe Rogan Debate:

 Five Refutations:

And Finally Phil Plait:


Okay, so maybe  we really went to the moon.
Why were the astronauts so down cast at the  Apollo 11press conference?
Was it because they were silenced about Alien Contact?

And this recent video Showing Movement on the Moon?

Did the Chinese discover a Base on the Moon?

Okay Maybe we went and it seems unlikely that there are Aliens, let alone aliens on the moon.
But the Moon does make some of us crazy right?
After all Luna=Moon =Lunatic-For Sure...Right?
Well here's Scientific American on this very topic.
And from Psychology Today.
And as the capper on this Lunacy Section, An Entertaining Quick Presentation from Neil deGrasse Tyson (Yes I know twice in one post -but he is an Astronomer)

Okay, there it was, rather long for what is at best an overview but we've been staring at this object in the night sky for... heck who knows how long.
Later Gazers,
Paul Parducci