Moondoggle — $5
"My wife Sherry recently signed up for a video production class at nearby Keene State College. The course naturally entailed her having to produce a short video. Instead of doing one on how to wash your sox or something like that, she decided to tackle the NASA Moon landing controversy.
She got every photo, video, and book she could find about the Apollo Moon missions. She read René’s book, NASA Mooned America, Bill Kaysing’s book, We Never Went To The Moon, and Bill Brian’s Moongate. She read the autobiographies of the astronauts. I helped her by going through the three Moon books and making a list of the reasons why it looks to me as if the missions had to have been faked.
Sherry did a nice job of exposing some of the more obvious fakery in her "Moongate" short — which got her an A for the course. But this got me busy writing about each of the 45 key reasons that convinced me that NASA had to have faked the whole show. The result is a 56-page booklet which I have seriously underpriced at $5. It’s called Moondoggle. If you want to be outrageous and really upset the believers in the feat of the century, arm yourself with the booklet.
Yes, I know, the whole idea that something as important to our country as the Moon landings could have been faked is so ridiculous that almost anyone’s first reaction is that you are crazy to even suggest such a thing. Unfortunately, I don’t believe this will turn out to be the biggest government hoax of the century, but it sure will at least be the second biggest. You’ll get many times your five dollars worth of fun when you arm yourself with the information in this booklet. You may even want to get some extra copies to upset your true believer friends.
Once you read this you’ll want to be a big spender and invest $30 in Renés book (#90). It’s listed further on. René has done an excellent job of research. You'll also want to get the $35 568-page Dark Moon, which I'm importing from London (#92). This book is the result of years of meticulous research into every aspect of the Moon landing hoax. For instance, they measured the LEM hatch and found it several inches too small for the astronaut's on their space suits to possibly pass through.
About Wayne Green; in his own words:
Who is Wayne Green? I'm a been there done that guy. I have......
- piloted a nuclear attack submarine 800 feet under the
- piloted an Air Force C5B (it's bigger than a 747).
- climbed the Great Wall of China
- visited the Chinese terra cotta army in Xian.
- operated a ham station from the famed American Embassy in
- operated from the Korean Demilitarized Zone.
- operated for two weeks from King's Hussein's palace in
- visited the lost city of Petra in Jordan.
- scuba dived in the Red Sea.
- visited 133 countries (so far).
- helped new technologies such as cellular telephones.
personal computers, and compact discs to grow into major
- represented the US at an international communications
- represented New Hampshire for Governor Sununu at a
governor's conference in Halifax.
- served on the New Hampshire Economic Development
- been a president of the Peterborough NH Chamber of
- been on the board of directors of billion dollar IDG
- been a professional psychologist.
- had over 1,000 (long) editorials published - so far.
- started first digital communications magazine in 1951,
(Amateur Radio Frontiers).
- started the first microcomputer magazine (Byte). )
- started the first computer magazine devoted to a single
computer (80 Micro - for the TRS-80)
- started the first Apple magazine (InCider).
- started the first Commodore magazine (Run).
- started the first laptop computer magazine (Pico).
- started one of the first personal computer software
companies (Instant Software).
- opened computer software stores - eventually sold a
national chain of 58 stores.
- while in college started a broadcasting station (WRPI)
which is now the largest student activity.
- served on the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Board of
Overseers and RPI Council.
- served as the First Executive in Residence at RPI.
- served as a consultant for the RPI Business Incubator -
which won the 1996 prize as the best in the country.
- been a licensed amateur radio operator as W2NSD since
- pioneered amateur radio repeaters since 1969, starting
with WRLAAB on Mt. Monadnock NH.
- established amater radio in Jordan in 1970 and wrote
their rules and regulations.
- supplied and installed the first repeater in Jordan,
J-Y73, in 1973.
- helped radio amateurs pioneer FM, radio Teletype, single
sideband, and slow scan TV.
- bounced amateur radio signals off the Moon from the big
dish at the Arecibo Observatory, PR.
- been editing and publishing amateur radio magazines for
- a state-of-the-art digital recording studio.
- four record labels and produced over 150 CDs.
- helped re-popularize ragtime music and personally knows
all of the top ragtime performers.
- started 25 successful publications in the radio, computer
and music fields.
- published over 100 books.
- wrote one of the first books on digital communications.
- been on an African hunting safari.
- visited the ruins of Ba'albek in Lebanon, the Queen of
Sheba's water catchments in Aden.
- visited the Pyramids, the Sphynx. the ruins in Athens,
the Taj Mahal and Katmandu.
- visited the head-hunter longhouses in Sarawak.
- helped organize and lead trade groups of around 250
people to yearly electronic shows in Japan, Korea, Taiwan
and Hong Kong.
- given keynote addresses to radio, educational, computer,
and music conferences.
- helped invent a new kind of loud speaker - borrowed
$1,000 on my car to start a manufacturing company and
within two and a half years it became the largest speaker
manufacturer in the country with seven factories.
- performed in The Mikado and Pirates of Penzance in high
- served as president of radio clubs in high school and
- served in Navy 1942-1946 in WWII - electronic technician
on USS Drum SS-228 (which is on display at Mobile,
Alabama) for five war patrols.
- been a radio engineer and announcer in North Carolina,
Florida and Virginia.
- been chief cameraman at WPIX-TV (11) in NYC.
- produced and directed network TV shows in Dallas and
- a reputation as a gourmet cook.
- served as president of Porsche Club of America.
- raced my Porsche on the Nurburgring and Solitude race
tracks in Germany.
- both driven and navigated in many national SCCA car
- served as a founder and first secretary of American
- a Ph.D. in Entrepreneurial Science.
- lectured on entrepreneurialism at Yale, Boston
University, Case Western, Babson College, RPL and many
- been on the first commercial airline flight between
Philadelphia and New York in 1927.
- flown with father since 1922.
- served on the FCC's National Industry Advisory Committee
- served on the FCC's Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC).
- testified before a Congressional hearing on the music
- had the usual toys: airplane, Porsche, yacht, Jaguar,
Mercedes 600 Pullman limosine.
- worked on a Guggenheim grant on a color organ for the
Guggenheim Museum on 5th Avenue.
- graduated Bliss Electrical SchooL Tacoma Padc MD.
- attended Radio Materiel School on Treasure Island, San
Francisco and graduated as ETM2/c.
- served for five war patrols on SS-228 USS Dnun, made
- taught electronics at Submarine School, New London CT.
- organized and run successful mail order Elm Stamp Company
at age 12.
- sung in St. Pauls Church choir as boy soprano.
- sung in Philharmonic Choir of Brooklyn.
- sung in Erasmus High School Choral Club.
- pioneered the 6-meter ham band as the first New York City
station on that band.
- run a 6-meter beacon station for several years in
cooperation with the Radio Amateur Scientific
Observations (RASO) program.
- for years had a VHF/UHF station on Mt. Monadnock NH;
regularly heard for over 600 miles.
- been Excutive Secretary of the Music Research Foundation,
Madison Avenue, N.Y.
- worked for GE as a test engineer on Army radio equipment.
- been an engineer at Airborne Instrument Laboratories in
Mineola NY developing radar equip.
- tried marijuana in 1948 to see what it was like.
- tried LSD in 1960 to see what that was like.
- drunk with shipmates on liberty while in the Navy. Have
seldom drunk since.
- tried smoking as a teenager, thought it was stupid.
Ignored peer pressure.
- know the real dope on Amelia Earhart's last trip.
- been convinced that NASA had to have faked all of the
- driven from Brooklyn NY to Peterborough NH (250 miles),
averaging 100 mph one night - including a gas stop.
- interesting friends such as Barry Goldwater, King
Hussein, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Rod McKuen.
- been convinced that with proper nutrition and avoiding
poisons we ran dependably live to over 100.
- ridden Starlit Night, the Ringling Brothers top show
- a professorship of horsemanship and taught riding
- a Hubbard Dianetic Auditor certificate and has processed
over 100 patients, with some remarkable successes.
- swum the three mile length of Coney Island many times.
- investigated crop circles and a UFO hovering over a house
in nearby Francistown NH.
- Other than all that I've been taking it easy and having a
great time. "