apollo moon hoax

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Faked Moon Photos - Part II - Walls on the moon?

In this series of photos, you can see the walls of the studio where these photos were taken. Obviously, its not the moon. I've had people look at these photos, agree that they were fake, and accuse me of being the one to fake them. However, all of these photos are available on the official Apollo 15 website image library at http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a15/.

You can click on the images to see the full sized image. And if you use Mozilla Firefox with Google Toolbar, you can actually zoom in on the image. Mozilla Firefox is 100% free, and its better than Internet Explorer by leaps and bounds. If you use Firefox, you can actually see the contrast seam between the floor and the wall. There is a definite difference in the sand color on the floor and the wall. There are also a lot of rocks placed along the seam to try to hide it.


Blogger slater said...

wow. how you ever found those seams? I think it is possible but not probable that what appears to be seams in those photos are actually gliches in the photos. The fact that they only appear in the background of what appears to be a wall is more than suspicious. The speckled rocks that run vertically along the sides of some of the photos are symetrically out of place (very unatural). However as a Photoshop master...what really throws flags for me is the tire tracks. The astronaut/s are probably around one fifth of the weight of the vehicle. Yet, their tracks are 1-3 inches deep while the vehicle tracks are hardly visible and leave little signature in comparison. Although the moons gravity is a fraction of the earths, simple physics still apply. Either the car was dropped from the sky, weighed significantly less than the astronaut/s or it was staged there. SLATER

11:04 AM  
Blogger ]3 I R |_) - - 13.r4inz said...

Yea, that's a great point. There are also photos from other missions where the rover is still being unpacked yet there are already rover tracks everywhere... Check this out http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum/index.php?act=Attach&type=post&id=26530

9:49 PM  
Blogger ]3 I R |_) - - 13.r4inz said...

sorry, let me try that again Photo

9:50 PM  

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