I am sure you are aware of the conspiracy theory of how NASA did not actually landed on the Moon in 1969. It was believed by some conspiracy theorists that it was a studio job. Anyways, that outlandish theory was debunked by several people, including Mythbusters. Well, that is if you believe Adam and the team… But that’s beside the point.

The point is, with the plan to land on the moon again and this time, setting base there, the theory is bound to revisit the spotlight. Actually, that is also not the point. The point is this: a composite image of the recently announced LEGO Creator Expert 10266 NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander that kind of puts the conspiracy theory in picture, so to speak.

LEGO Moon Landing Conspiracy Setup

Redditor u/MRmcnuts recently posted an image of the LEGO Creator Expert 10266 NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander, incorporating a LEGO movie set that pretty much says what it is. Not that u/MRmcnuts has this believe, but whether or not you are believer or not (of this wild conspiracy), you have to admit that was a good composite image.

This is not a real set, btw, just in case you are wondering. Whoever did this (presumably, u/MRmcnuts), marries the product image of the LEGO Creator Expert 10266 NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander with a LEGO Ideas submission by LEGO Ideas member jkruger01 called “Make Any Set a Movie.” The result is something believers of this conspiracy theory would agree to.

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Like I have said, it is not a real set and so, if you want one, you have to pick up the 10266 and make the rest of the set yourself.

Source and image: u/MRmcnuts via Reddit (r/lego).

Published by Mike chua

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