7 easy ways you can tell for yourself that the moon landing really happened
Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving recently closed the book on his dalliance with promoting flat-Earthism (Earth is still round, by the way!) but perhaps he unwittingly started a new and unwelcome trend. On The Ringer’s “Winging It” podcast, Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry, apropos of nothing, seemingly came out as a moon landing truther, wantonly asking his fellow basketball players around 46:46 mark, “We ever been to the moon?” Asked if he really didn’t think humans landed on the moon, the two-time MVP doubled down and made his position clear.
It’s totally possible Curry and co. were just goofing off, but it sure doesn’t sound like he and the others were tongue-in-cheek. And if he was joking, the flames are already stoked—more people are bound to come out of the woodwork and say that they, too, believe the moon landings were faked. Anyone who’s ever spent time on the internet should know that these gentlemen are far from alone in questioning the veracity of human spaceflight.
But the evidence that we went to the moon exists, and it’s not all that complicated to understand. Here are 7 ways to prove humans have been to the moon and back.