View Full Version : Russians Claim Man Did Not Land On Moon.

12-18-2010, 09:27 AM
I was browsing the internet the other day and looking at Russian websites on space exploration and I came upon the following site:

Человек на Луне. Солнце на снимках Аполлонов в 20 раз больше. - 4 Ноября 2009 - Освоение Луны (http://ligaspace.my1.ru/news/2009-11-04-184)

Click the tab at the top of the same page for a translation into English.

The site claims that 'distant' mountains which NASA tells us were about 5 miles away were as a matter of fact only 300 metres from the camera. This was ascertained by using the parallax effect between two photos.

Unfortunately the Club Conspiracy forum didn't seem to like this Russian language link and so here it is again Человек на Луне. Солнце на снимках Аполлонов в 20 раз больше. - 4 Ноября 2009 - Освоение Луны (http://ligaspace.my1.ru/news/2009-11-04-184)

01-02-2011, 06:38 AM
On this site Russian cosmonaut Alexei Leonov claims the Americans had never actually landed on the moon.


But can anyone elaborate on the following quote from the same cosmonaut (and apologies for the poor translation), "And, unfortunately, all this ridiculous saga of the alleged fraudulent in Hollywood shots, began precisely with the Americans themselves. Incidentally, the first man who started to disseminate these Rumors have been jailed for libel."

But who is Alexei Leonov actually referring to? It can't be Bill Kaysing.

01-16-2011, 07:15 AM
Just another short note.

Browsing the internet the other day I discovered even followers of the cult of Hare Krishna are saying that man did not land on the Moon.......!

Some more spiritually minded among us may find the following article of interest:

Man On The MoonA Colossal Hoax that Cost Billions of Dollars | Hare Krishna Community (http://krishna.org/man-on-the-moon-a-colossal-hoax-that-cost-billions-of-dollars/)

01-16-2011, 10:13 PM

So, let's make it a fact.

Just pretending, of course.

The moon landing was a hoax.

Now what?