Moon-landing conspiracy claim refuted by video game graphics

Who cares about debunking the flat-earthers, but this is a pretty impressive render:

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4 Responses:

  1. James says:

    As if a minor lighting gaffe would be the downfall of a faked moon landing.

    Like you said though, impressive render.

  2. phuzz says:

    This has always been my favourite takedown of the 'moon hoax' crowd, purely because he comes at it from an entirely different direction to everyone else. Short version, in the Sixties there was no way to shoot the hours of slow motion footage required to make it look as if someone was bouncing around on the moon.

    • jwz says:

      It’s strange to think about. We had the technology to fly to the moon in 1969, but we just didn’t have what it took to fake it. Generating 143 minutes of slow motion video was impossible.

      This, in itself, is kind of mind-blowing.

      • Rick C says:

        But is that really true? Are we to believe they couldn't make up hours of video 5-10 minutes at a time and splice it all together afterwards? I mean, it's not as if that's not how they did it with cartoons before computers.

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