Joe Rogan states, "There's no way we landed on the moon."
Audio of Joe Rogan discussing how we did not land on the moon. Notice the amazing passion, and compare it to his discussion with Neil Tyson on the same subject below...
Interestingly, Neil mentions 10,000 scientists three times. Biblically the people said to David that he was "10,000 times more valuable" (2 Samuel 18:4). The number seems to invoke the Scientific Priestcraft, and relate it regal like superiority, which alleges its dominion. Tyson also accurately points out the lunar craft came from a, "A thirty-three story rocket launched from Cape Canaveral." 33 is the highest degree in Masonry, while incidentally, Canaveral is the third oldest surviving European city place name in the United States, preceded only by 'Florida' and 'Las Tortugas', which were both coined by Ponce De Leon (Stewart, 1945).
Here's another clip from that interview (cued to that exact moment) showing Astrophysicist Neil Tyson doesn't know the answer for how much the earth curves in one mile, nor does it seem, he'd ever thought of the question.
"So let me think... a mile [abdulub]... I have to ask... How much... curvature of the earth do you get after a mile? That's an interesting question."
Knowing Mr. Tyson is the poster boy for globe earth, placed on comedy central to debunk B.O.B. after their Twitter feud, this is a rather surprising revelation. Also he just references B.O.B.'s accurate curvature formula as an inaccurate formula, and doesn't cite it, which further obfuscates any ability to do the math and see for yourself. Although Joe flip-flopped his position on the moon landing, which is a bummer, and may have become somewhat shilly (or at least neutered), he still hangs out with cool Flat Earth heads like Eddie Bravo, and meagerly pitches decent plausible doubt arguments to Neil Tyson for us to comb through. Oh yeah, and boy did he go for it early on!
Samuel, Bible, 2 Samuel 18:4, 600 BC.
Stewart, George. Names on the Land; An Historical Account of Place Naming in the United States, New York, Random House, 1945.