Monday saw the 46th anniversary of the first lunar landings so inevitably the conspiracy loons were out in force.
If you think the moon landings were faked, despite massive evidence to the contrary, we can't be friends. Hit that unfollow button now.— The Nitwit School (@nitwitschool) July 20, 2015
Thankfully we have the ever-so rational not to mention, intelligent, Professor Brian Cox to sort them out.
I've said it before and I'll say it again - if you don't think Apollo 11 landed on Moon you are a colossal nob end & should get a new brain— Brian Cox (@ProfBrianCox) July 20, 2015
Then, as if that wasn't cool enough, Buzz Aldrin - who knows a thing or two about the moon - chipped in too.
— Buzz Aldrin (@TheRealBuzz) July 21, 2015
For good measure, Al Murray got in on the act as well.
There is precisely not a lack of irrefutable proof. There's an irrefutable abundance of eeijts . https://t.co/yL4QqZ4RvB— Al Murray the 318 (@almurray) July 21, 2015
Moon landing conspiracy planks: Sticking it to the one small step for a man— Al Murray the 318 (@almurray) July 21, 2015
If you had faked the moon landings in a studio you'd have got Armstrong to re-do the line he muffed.— Al Murray the 318 (@almurray) July 21, 2015
And this guy sums it all up.
Knew a guy at Uni who thought the moon landings were faked. He turned out to be a complete bellend. The end.— Alex Frost (@alexwfrost) July 21, 2015
So let us just reminisce for a while with some more evidence from a man who ACTUALLY WALKED ON THE MOON.
And here's some more proof just in case...