When you think of a moon landing, you probably don’t think about ocean sediments or the effects of high force on silt. Neither did we. But a new study suggests that the force needed to lift the original rocket that supposedly carried Apollo 11 to the moon would have been so great, we would still see evidence of the silt displacement near Cape Canaveral today. Unfortunately for space enthusiasts, we don’t see that displacement at all. In fact, it turns out that the silt still looks exactly like it did before America was even colonized.
Dr. Robert Carson*, who published the study along with a group of graduate students says he was shocked himself when he read the findings. “I told them to run the algorithm again! I couldn’t believe that the ocean’s surface was still pristine. When they told me they had run it three times already, I was floored.”
Through the years we have seen a number of shameful scandals come out of NASA’s space exploration program, everything from hiding extra terrestrials collected in Roswell to faking footage of other planets collected by “Probes” (such as “New Horizons”). However this will be especially damaging to the space program as the general public was finally starting to feel safe believing what NASA was reporting.
We hit the streets to ask people how they felt about the news, and most people were shocked that this was happening again. “I watched the whole thing on my TV, and I never would have believed it could have been faked. Where did that giant rocket we launched go?” exclaimed one older woman that we interviewed. We’ve been told by an anonymous source inside of NASA that they purposefully fired the rocket when Cape Canaveral was facing “towards the sun”.
* Name changed for anonymity