posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 05:18 PM
Based on today's lead thread, New smoking guns in Apollo moon hoax: White cloth canvas on
floor clearly seen!
, I'd like to share an idea that I had while researching Stanley Kubrick's film "The Shining" as a possible clue that the
mission was faked: I believe we did go to the moon, but there is a possibility that the footage shown was faked, unbeknownst to the astronauts who
believe the cameras they were given actually worked (or maybe they did work so Kubrick could recreate everything but the quality was too poor for
So we did go to the moon, but I think Kubrick shot the film on earth. We needed the marketing material, the moral boost, we needed to win the space
race - and we did. But we didn't have good enough cameras to capture it for a nation glued to its *new* TVs (the Vietnam War had everyone tuned to
their televisions as it was the first war to be seen from your couch).
In knowing this, the Nixon administration needed something for the telly, something to show the millions of Americans held captive to the nightly news
who would demand to now *see* the moon landing - so Nixon gave America what it wanted, a real version and a faked version. Kubrick did the made-for-TV
special, but we were there too, and by taking this route the US simply further confused cold war Russia with our supposed advances in camera and video
That's my take, and hits the middle ground where truth usually lay.
edit on 28-11-2012 by Jason88 because: added pic