On Musty Boomer Lunacy...

These photo studies riff off discoveries originally made by David Percy, Jack White, Marcus Allen, Bart Sibrel, Leonid Konovolov, Jarrah White, and Scott Henderson.

The Moon is about 240,000 miles away. The last time a human being ventured higher than about 400 miles "up" was on Apollo 17 in 1972.

How do we know human beings landed on the Moon? How much of our knowledge comes from reliance on the word of those in authority versus from our own foundational examination?

"What primarily motivates [people into not questioning Apollo] is fear. But it is not the lie itself that scares people; it is what that lie says about the world around us and how it really functions. For if NASA was able to pull off such an outrageous hoax before the entire world, and then keep that lie in place for [over five] decades, what does that say about the control of the information we receive? What does that say about the media, and the scientific community, and the educational community, and all the other institutions we depend on to tell us the truth? What does that say about the very nature of the world we live in? That is what scares the hell out of people and prevents them from even considering the possibility that they could have been so thoroughly duped. It’s not being lied to about the Moon landings that people have a problem with, it is the realization that comes with that revelation: if they could lie about that, they could lie about anything." - Dave McGowan, Wagging the Moondoggie, part I.

UPDATE: This is an ever-growing collection of downloadable photo collages (memes), presented in a dialectic fashion, exposing the buffoonish attempt NASA makes to authenticate their alleged voyages to the Moon. I encourage readers to download these and share by text message or on social media to friends and family, presenting them as puzzles to solve.

A conclusion that the photos are fraudulent is not something most people will accept. Most knowledge comes not from our own investigation, but from reliance on the word of those in authority by supposed "experts." The belief that the Apollo missions were real is a result of the snowballing effect of proclamations made by authority figures in the U.S. government, while "experts" accept said proclamations uncritically for fear of social ostracism or, perhaps, loss of government funding that what we call the industry of "science" is so readily reliant upon.





APOLLO 13 (only alleged to have orbited the Moon)



APOLLO 8 (only alleged to have orbited the Moon)


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