It seems that the Florence Nightingale pub (UK) featured a pretty interesting debate on Thursday, June 20, 2002.
A public debate between HB Marcus Allen (Nexus Magazine - and pretty close to the Aulis camp) and Astronomy Information Officer Robert Massey from the Royal Observatory Greenwich.
"Date: Thursday, 20th June 2002"
A debate between Marcus Allen, UK editor of Nexus Magazine and Robert Massey, Astronomy Information Officer, Royal Observatory Greenwich.
Man has landed on the moon! Everyone has seen the photographs, watched the films and read the reports. So it must be true, or so we would all like to believe.
The moon landings of 1969-1972 are acknowledged as one of the great scientific achievements of the 20th century. But did they really happen the way we have all been told?
Marcus has investigated the evidence and presents his case that something does not quite add up.
When you look again at the familiar photographs of Man on the Moon, knowing the actual conditions under which they were taken and the seeing the anomalies present, you may agree they raise unsettling questions. Such as were they actually taken on the lunar surface? And if not, why not? "
"That the Apollo moon landings did not land humans on the surface of the moon."