Monday, July 20, 2009

To the Moon, Alice

In honor of the 40th anniversary of the (alleged) moonwalk, Topps has issued another card in the 2009 Allen and Ginter subset, World Biggest Hoaxes, Hoodwinks and Bamboozles.

(card # HHB-21)

Over the years there has been much speculation whether the Apollo 11 trip to the moon was real or not.

Checking the only source on the Internet that I actually trust I found this cornucopia of information. Read it and decide for yourself.

Surfing the web, I have found quite a few sites looking to debunk the "Hoax." It seems that real scientists would spend more time doing real science experiments than trying to hide what they know is true.

Happy Anniversary, Buzz and Company.


  1. Wikipedia? Really? You trust this source? I scanned the info (and will go back to read more in depth), and whether they concede there was a landing or not - they really hold no weight as anyone at any time can change any information within any entry. Hmmm....that being said, I do believe that in this current economic crisis someone involved in this "conspiracy" would be looking for more money and would sell out. That has not happened to date, so I am inclined to believe that the landing was real.