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Wednesday, 22 February 2012

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"The shadows are all wrong"

Space skeptic Dwain Dufus still does not believe that man has landed on the moon. He also believes that Kennedy was assassinated by NASA because of his obsession with a moon landing before 1970.

Of course he conceded that NASA's plan must have been extremely elaborate. According to him, the Soviet Union who supposedly "tracked" Apollo 11 to the moon on radar must have been in on the conspiracy against their own interests.

In addition, the moon rocks that were "brought back" and studied by scientists all over the world must have been donated by extra terrestrials.

A spokesperson for NASA said last week, "How this guy thinks that a mission involving thousands of people could be fake and not leak the truth in over 40 years is beyond belief. Do you think that they can keep a secret around here? My colleagues back in those days revealed to all the visitors that I wore a rug."

Mr. Dufus is holding to his belief and refuses to let anyone take a picture of him, because he claims, "They always get the shadows wrong."

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