Moon hoax confirmed by former astronomer
"The moon never really existed," says Dr. Julia Blackston.
WASHINGTON DC (NeTw0rK) -- For centuries, people have looked up in the night sky and seen the moon in the night sky. Or so it would seem.
"There is no moon," Dr. Julia Blackston told NeTw0rK News in a recent interview. "I mean, a giant white rock orbiting the earth? Come on. It's obviously fake, and I've got proof."
Dr. Blackston worked as an astronomer for NASA since NASA's inception in 1958 until she retired in 1999. Blackston claims to have been one of the people who invented the moon in 1958. She told us that she not only bought the styrofoam for the original "moon," but in fact was one of the people who helped create the "ancient" myths surrounding the moon.
"See, the 'moon' is a tiny styrofoam ball. It dangles from a thread on a helicopter during the night. We were worried that people wouldn't believe it, so we put fluoride in their drinking water. Everyone knows that fluoride makes people more gullible, so that combined with all the 'old' stories we made up worked quite well."
Why do you think we had to fake the moon landings?" she asked rhetorically.
NASA President Sean O'Keefe was quick to deny Blackston's claims.
"The moon? Fake? I thought I'd heard everything, but this one really takes the cake. Also, NASA had nothing to do with putting fluoride in water. They were doing that long before NASA existed."
Blackston has some simple experiments anyone can do to prove the moon is fake.
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