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Message Subject My Husband Directed The Fake Moon Landing Says Stanley Kubrick's Widow.
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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C'mon... seriously? Are people just ignoring that fact?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21789839

Did you watch it?
 Quoting: Serenity777

I'm a big mockumentary fan, so yes, I did. Watched the all thing actually, not just a snip of it. Seen it around 5 years ago and faced this one snip repeatedly through all that time.

By this thread logic, Dragons were also found, right?
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21789839

You're comparing one situation with another which are completely unrelated. I do understand the point that you are making, however, this is not to say that it totally undermines the information that was brought forth.

By your own logic, we shouldn't believe 90% of what the discovery channel, or national geographic puts out...just because they supported the idea of the existence of "mermaids" in one episode.

I think this would be an error in logic. However, you seem intelligent to me, so...you're welcome to your own opinion. I certainly haven't decided to say that I believe that we never landed on the moon. I simply...don't know.
 Quoting: Serenity777

Common sense, logic, knowledge and research. That's what I base my ideas upon.
Generalizing anything is wrong sure, but some are just too obvious.
The thirst for conspiracy won't bring out truth about anything. It will only obscure it even further.

If this mockumentary was about We Went To the Moon, people would just say it was fiction.

Fact is, most people's decisions about what is true and what is not, is already taken way before any kind of information reaches them. This is the case.
I'm not saying that people went to the moon or not. I'm saying that it's pretty obvious that using a mockumentary as basis for a theory is... well, plain stupid.
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