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July 20, 2009


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Kim Krawiec

Good one, Mark! Hadn't seen the National Geographic "myth buster" story -- very entertaining.

Jacqui L.

And on this morning's Cleveland Lanigan and Malone radio show, they ran a web poll to see how many people believed that man has really walked on the moon. You can see the results of the poll on the website ( Currently, just over 55% think it's true that man has walked on the moon, and just under 40% think it's a hoax. But the best figure is the almost 10% who can't decide.

Mark Weidemaier

Funny ... in a 1999 poll only 6% believed the landing was a hoax and 5% were undecided. Maybe Clevelanders are especially prone to conspiracy theories!

Watch Buzz Aldrin punch conspiracy theorist Bart Sibrel in the face here:

Jacqueline Lipton

I guess Sibrel was kind of asking for it ...

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