posted on Feb, 15 2008 @ 04:54 AM
Malynn: why do you need more debunking than the obvious clues anyone can see?
- the "spaceship": if you compare the surroundings with NASA pictures, you will see many differences - craters missing,
- no sound (except beeps), only subtitles,
- the "Apollo 20" lift-off is identical to Apollo 11 stock footage,
- zoom-in in a flat picture of the "city", etc.
retiredafb confessed in a forum he administers that he wasn't trying to hoax and had no idea some people would be gullible enough to believe. IIRC he
said it was done in the spirit of a tribute to the awe inspiring achievements of the Apollo missions.
Just like the subject of this thread, the "spaceship" is interesting because it is visible in many genuine pictures of the Moon, and looks like
compelling evidence until you see another picture with better resolution.