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Did Stanley Kubrick Work on the Moon Landing?

Hey Guys,

I spoke to Jay Weidner, one of the stars of the fantastic documentary Room 237, who discusses his beliefs that Stanley Kubrick faked the footage of the moon landing. There are lots of interesting twists and turns in the can of worms he opens up, and I can't recommend either Room 237 or Weidner's own film, "Kubrick's Odyssey," highly enough.

Mr. Weidner turned me on to an amazing website at www.aulis.com that shows some impressive "parallax" photos that seem to prove that the distances portrayed are all wrong. This is an idea that I've found actually holds some water with people who roundly reject conspiracy theories--what do you guys think? Was Neil Armstrong really the first man to walk on the moon?


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Get Real ! Let's Get Logical For Once

If you were a country that was in a "space race" with a rival country and you just happen to be in a "cold war" at the time, Does anyone hear think that we would just throw caution to the wind and hope for the best? THINK ABOUT IT!


This idiotic crap

seems to always show up right when there is an important controversy. Sure makes Bundy support look good, coming from a site that denies the moon landing ever occurred.

Ya! your right

I totally forgot about the bundy thing.
What do I do now?
Oh no!


{*heavy sigh*}

Why does this dreck keep re-surfacing? C'm'on, Buzz, take this putz out!

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Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter shows tracks that just disappear.

MoonFaker: LRO, More Dead Ends


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Apollo 15 flag waving

Go to the 2:30 mark to see flag move as astronaut passes by.


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NASA indirectly admitted 3 times that we didn't go the moon.

Dave McGowan blows the Apollo lies to shreds with simple logic
Go to 3:00 mark.

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Kubrick Faked The Apollo Moon Landings (3-13-14 video)

Jeff Rense & Jay Weidner - Kubrick Faked The Apollo Moon Landings
Go to the 3:30 mark.


Good author Allan Weisbecker (Cosmic Banditos)

being interviewed. This link is part 2 of 3. I dont always agree with everything he puts out there, but a great majority is spot on. **ETA** I cant remember where exactly, but the topic of Kubricks possible involevment is touched on in one of these vids in 3-part series. (and the involvement alluded to is actually the possibility that NASA et al basically hired/used Kubrick to write plot/story-line to help generate public excitement for the space program/s)

The Answer...

Think. For. Yourself.

ALWAYS question "authority"

You need to think, period.

You need to think, period. Paranoid lunacy is so apropos for this thread.



Please come join my forum if you're not a trendy and agree with my points of view.

I remember watching the moon landing and moon walking stuff

I remember watching the moon landing and moon walking stuff "live" on TV when I was a kid. When walking on the moon's surface, their movements looked like they were tethered at the back of the waist, like by a bungee cord or cable and bouncing up and down or being pulled up and down. And we were seeing this in somewhat slow motion. At one point one of them starts to fall forward as if he was not let down quite enough to get good footing, so it looked like "gravity" is pulling his upper torso down while "lack of gravity" is causing his lower torso to lift.

It was reminiscent of what goes on in this vid...


wait- is that

Verucca Salt ?


They tried to bury us, they didn't know we were seeds. -mexican proverb



The question infers that they

The question infers that they actually landing on the moon, which they didn't...

If you disagree with me on anything you are not a real libertarian...

Aerospace Engineer Here...

No, we didn't fake the moon landing.

Proof? You need, at least, 4 years of formal university-training to understand the proof.

Regular guy here...

Yeah we did.

This comment doesn't really deserve a response, but I did it anyway just to point out that it was made by maybe the most downvoted DP user in history. Clearly, from looking at your posts, you are a rabid Constitution-hater, as well as a 9/11 government apologist. In other words: a troll.

John F

Wagging the Moon Doggie

With 4 years of formal university training I would hope that at the very least they would have taught you how to actually refute an argument with facts. To say that only "university trained" individuals can understand something is not a fact.

If you're interested perhaps you could read some articles by David McGowan listed here http://www.davesweb.cnchost.com/ under the title Wagging the Moon Doggie. I don't believe he ever touched on the idea that Kubrick faked the moon landings, but he does present a lot of evidence to be considered.

While I really enjoy Kubrick's style and his movies, this idea that he faked the moon landings is not particularly important to the Liberty movement in my opinion. If we are looking for proof that we the people have been deceived by elements of our government, then I think we have more than enough evidence to be found elsewhere that proves this point.

"Liberty is the soul's right to breathe, and when it cannot take a long breath laws are girded too tight. Without liberty, man is a syncope." -Henry Ward Beecher

"Aerospace Engineer

"Aerospace Engineer Here...

No, we didn't fake the moon landing.

Proof? You need, at least, 4 years of formal university-training to understand the proof."

Sorry, but your post is an example of the logical fallacy "appeal to authority".

How do you know what level of education people have here? Post your "proof" and I'll let you know if I understand it.

Not exactly....

Recognizing the fact that certain technical details are beyond the ken of insufficiently educated or gifted people is not an appeal to authority. It is an "appeal to reality", that reality being "Ars longa. Vita brevis." While it is certainly true that Aerospace Engineer's assertion that "No, we didn't fake the moon landing." is unproven (he states as much) it is also true that rendering a judgement on this highly technical matter requires adequate preparation. My suspicion is that the great majority of those maintaining that the lunar landing was a hoax lack this preparation and these individuals are probably the same ones who periodically appear hawking the latest thermodynamic law breaking gizmo (like the 'discussions' of HHO that made the rounds a while ago).

Leges sine moribus vanae

"Recognizing the fact that

"Recognizing the fact that certain technical details are beyond the ken of insufficiently educated or gifted people is not an appeal to authority."

The fact that he starts his post with "Aerospace Engineer" is an appeal to authority.

I suppose you are right, but so is the degree hanging on

my doctor's wall. On matters medical, I'll take his opinion over that of the Tarot Card reader next door every time. In any event, what would constitute 'proof'? Footprints on the moon? Photos of footprints on the moon? Until the day that anyone can make the trip (and even then), there will be some fool somewhere who will declare it a fraud.

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"But so is the degree hanging

"But so is the degree hanging on my doctors wall"

Nope, that's an "I love me wall", not an appeal to authority.

If you doctor said, "I'm a doctor and I'm telling you the reason you have diarrhea is because your eyes are brown". This an appeal to authority and I would get a second opinion.

a second opinion from whom...

the Tarot card reader? Your plumber?

Leges sine moribus vanae

From another doctor, silly.

From another doctor, silly.