The Moon Landing Proven to be a Hoax

July 24, 1969 ·

Moon Landing
The moon landing is apparently a hoax.

No.

The only thing that  is proven is that false news stories are shared in social media too much. I ask you to take responsibility and not share or comment just anything that flows through your Facebook feed. Think through it. Maybe google the news title and ask yourself: “Is this logical?”

However, don’t be a cynical sceptic. Do believe something. Who knows if the moon landing actually was a hoax?

The Lunar Lander

The lunar lander, coming in for a crash landing.

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