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Flat Earthers? Moon landing deniers? Check with the team who planted America's flag on the moon. They saw the curvature of the Earth from a unique vantage point. They left their footprints in the lunar soil. Their credibility is undeniable.
Five and one-half decades have now passed since a young President John F. Kennedy rallied a nation behind a bold challenge to send an American to the Moon and safely back before the end of that decade. We did this, and even better — putting four of our citizens on the lunar surface and returning them by 1969, plus delivered two more into lunar orbit who returned with them. Within three more years, eight others had walked on the Moon on successful round-trip voyages, along with four more orbital companions. An invitation to write an article about the Apollo legacy for [...]
CFACT presented an award to Col. Walt Cunningham at the 12th International Conference on Climate Change. Watch CFACT's tribute to Walt and watch the conference live!
Astronaut Walt Cunningham was interviewed by ABC News at a CFACT event in Minnesota: "Models are not data... I'm here to encourage everyone to look at the data themselves, not just buy what they're told." We are "facing one of the biggest scientific hoaxes in history. That's what's being pushed on us."
There are few people on Earth as carefully vetted, as rigorously trained and as highly respected as America's Apollo astronauts. Colonel Walt Cunningham, lunar module pilot on Apollo VII, explains why America's space pioneers are shocked and dismayed by today's politicization of science to serve the global warming agenda. WATCH NOW.
CFACT unleashed its secret weapon today at the UN global warming conference in Warsaw, as Apollo Astronaut Walt Cunningham went toe-toe with global warming alarmists.