PENN Magazine: And I suppose we didn’t go to the moon, either?

Jim Fetzer

PENN magazine, edited by my colleague, Mike Palecek, has published its latest issue, which includes a stunning article by Winston Wu, “The Apollo Moon Hoax: 35 Proofs We Didn’t Go”. Winston is a brilliant guy and this article is my favorite on the subject. I recommend beginning with “Conspiracy Theory: Did we Land on the Moon?”, which advances one scientific reason after another about why we could not have gone and abundant evidence that the moon landing footage was faked. For those who may harbor lingering hopes that we really did go, this is the place to start.

This publication coincides with “The Next Generation of Researchers”, a high-school forum with teams from different schools, debating whether we went to the moon, where I served as the evaluator of the exchange and offered a summary of the evidence that demonstrates, beyond any reasonable doubt, that we did not go to the moon, especially because it was neither physically nor technically possible, which implies that the “official narrative” cannot possibly be true:
But even though we cannot have gone to the moon, it was both physically and technically possible to fake having gone! Here a some pages from Winston’s article, which may motivate reading more by clicking on the link to PENN magazine, where this latest issue runs 97 pages, available at the push of a key and at no cost to you. This has to be the greatest bargain in the history of publishing. Enjoy!

Links: Dr. Fetzer

“The Great Moon Landing Hoax with Dennis Cimino”


“The Real Deal: More on the Moon Landing Hoax”


For the rest of the story, go to PENN Magazine’s latest issue.

Jim Fetzer, a former Marine Corps officer, is McKnight Professor Emeritus on the Duluth Campus of the University of Minnesota and founded with Mike Palecek.

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13 thoughts on “PENN Magazine: And I suppose we didn’t go to the moon, either?”

  1. And of course a "local sun" in your sense would turn Earth into a heap of ashes! Do you have no knowledge at all of the laws of physics, chemistry and biology? or, in this case, astronomy and cosmology? You can't have a local sun and a living Earth, which would be physically impossible. Go back to the start and begin again.

  2. You mean, for example, the proof that "Noah Pozner" was a fiction made up out of photos of his older step-brother, Michael Vabner, as a child? or the Crime Scene vehicle being there before the crime had been committed? or the two photos by Shannon Hicks showing the police woman rearranging the kids to get "a better shot", while parents look on with their hands in their pockets and arms folded?

  3. We show in one of these discussions that NASA faked a photo of Earth that was supposed to have been taken on the moon. If you believe that we did go to the moon, give us some good reason to think so. I am seeing some derisive posts that do not show a single argument against having gone to be mistaken. Not even one!

  4. Sorry Dr. Fetzer. Any honest research into the fake moon landings will make one realize that before 1971 there was no photo of earth as a ball from space and this famous "earth rise" photo from Apollo 15 would be the only "real" photo of earth (admitted by NASA) until 2014.

    So questioning the shape and position of the earth is only a natural extension of research from the Apollo studies and only a continuation into exploring NASA's lies.

    Your "debate" with David Weiss was frankly the worst show I've ever heard you do because all you did was appeal to scientific authority including the Eratosthanes experiment, which – guess what – also works perfectly fine on a flat earth with a local sun! Not to mention he might not have existed, not to mention he could not have performed the experiment attributed to him anyway.

    Any honest researcher who sees through NASA's deceptions can also spot the people who frantically castigate those who would continue to question our place in the universe according to NASA.

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