Americans remember the moon landing by researching Apollo 11 hoax theories

40 years ago today mankind first stepped on a world other than our own, a monumental step forward in Nazi American science and one giant leap for mankind.

Many alive today won’t remember a time where man walked on the moon because no one has been back since 1972 (three years before I was born) but that hasn’t stopped interest in the alleged Apollo 11 hoax today. As of 6pm Pacific, Apollo 11 hoax was the most searched term on Google.

The so-called Apollo 11 hoax theory is part of a broader set of “Apollo Moon Landing hoax conspiracy theories” according to Wikipedia:

Apollo Moon Landing hoax conspiracy theories are claims that some or all elements of the Apollo Moon landings were faked by NASA and possibly members of other involved organizations. Since the conclusion of the Apollo program a number of related Moon hoax accounts have been advanced by various groups and individuals including claims that the Apollo astronauts did not land on the Moon, that NASA and possibly others intentionally deceived the public into believing the landings did occur by manufacturing, destroying, or tampering with evidence, including photos, telemetry tapes, transmissions, and rock samples; and that the deception continues to this day.

It’s kooky stuff, but if you want to read more on it, this site has video and images apparently proving the Apollo 11 hoax.