Bart Sibrel is an award winning filmmaker, writer, and investigative journalist, who has been producing TV programs, documentaries, music videos, TV commercials, and stage plays for over 35 years.

He is largely known for his books and documentaries falsifying, not just the Apollo Missions, but all claims about humans going to the moon.

The basis of my following conversation with Bart is his documentary A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Moon.

A previous guest, Randy Walsh, made a similar argument, although his research is centred around the Saturn rockets that NASA claims to have used. In short, the Saturn V rockets used in the Apollo missions were not powerful enough to propel the astronauts all the way to the moon; the technology of the time was insufficient to achieve such a feat.

The lunar lander, known as the Lunar Module, could not have withstood the extreme conditions on the moon’s surface.

Lest we forget that the majority all of the lunar lander tests were failures.

The Van Allen radiation belts which surround the Earth are another red flag. The intense radiation within these belts would have been lethal to the astronauts.

Numerous other discrepancies exist, from the shadows on the moon, to the absence of stars, to the lack of time delay in Nixon’s phone call to the moon, to the lack of interviews given by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin.

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