This site deals primarily with conspiracy theories relating to the
United States' Apollo project which landed men on the lunar surface.
We address specific arguments as well as provide background information
and suggestions on how readers can verify my arguments themselves.
There are a number of ways to read this site. The home page and
the navigation buttons on the left side are indexes into topic areas.
We apologize if the buttons seem confusing. In keeping with the
2001: A Space Odyssey theme, we have used three-letter acronyms
similar to those Hal used to label the topics in his user interface.
Or you may choose to read the site like a book, using the NEXT and
PREV buttons at the bottom of each page to get to each page in a
certain (hopefully logical) sequence.
For ease of discourse, we have adopted the term "conspiracist" to
refer to those who formulate or advocate a conspiracy theory. This
should be carefully distinguished from "conspirator", meaning someone
who participates in an actual conspiracy.
We have written this site in the form of a sort of dialogue with
Throughout the site, we
will use color headings and the small triangle icon () to identify the conspiracists' claims or
We have at times copied the conspiracists word for word, not
intending to plagiarize, of course, but to represent their arguments
as accurately as possible. We see no honor in misrepresenting them in
order to appear to "win" the argument. Where possible and appropriate
we have credited specific conspiracists in [square brackets] when we
give arguments particular to an individual. Where we specify the
conspiracist's exact wording, the statement appears in customary
We are retrospectively footnoting and documenting my arguments.
Except where noted, this site is our own work. Photos credited to
NASA are in the public domain and may be used freely from this site.
Uncredited photos are my own work and may also be used freely,
preferably with attribution. Photos credited to third parties are
used by permission.
The text of this site is not in the public domain. Reproducing
brief parts of it elsewhere is fine. We appreciate being credited.
If you claim our work as your own or try to make money from it, you
will be asked to stop.
Similarly, if we have inadvertently used your intellectual
property without due credit or compensation, please contact us so that
we can remedy that.
CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS
This site would not have been possible without the contributions
of several people of various disciplines. While we would like to give
individual credit, we do not wish to offend by omitting any important
names. We therefore thank them profusely as a group.