Cox, “Nob Ends” And NASA: Professor Brian Cox Slams Moon Landing Sceptics

Mainstream science personality Brian Cox finally put the “moon hoax” conspiracy theory to bed this week.

So how did he do it? Did he methodically and systematically refute the arguments put forward by doubters?  No, not quite. But he did arguably the next best thing: he went on Twitter and called all disbelievers of the Apollo 11 footage “nob ends”.

Game Over For Conspiracy Theorists.

This week marked the 46th anniversary of the first alleged moon landing. Clearly angered by cynics with questions, Cox wrote the following on his social media profile: “I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – if you don’t think Apollo 11 landed on Moon you are a colossal nob end & should get a new brain.”

The Coincidence Theorist would like to take this opportunity, not only to applaud Professor Cox on his articulate rebuttal, but also to thank him for reminding us that contemporary science isn’t about scrutinising evidence or pursuing truth at all costs; it’s about ridiculing people who question what they’re told to believe.

In this short video below, we pay tribute to one of the science community’s finest minds:

The Coincidence Theorist’s Conclusion:


“I saw Brian Cox on television once and thought he had well-maintained hair,” says The Coincidence Theorist. “Also, I think it’s great when people are derided and marginalised as ‘science-deniers’ for distrusting video material produced by government agencies.”

“I also appreciate the fact that Cox is completely impartial and unbiased when it comes to analysing the Apollo 11 footage. It’s not like his entire career relies upon him repeating the scientific consensus.”

The Coincidence Theorist would also like to challenge any sceptical readers to “debunk” the big, fat, beaming smiles of the Apollo 11 crew in this post-flight press conference:

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