Many conspiracy theorists spend time arguing and proving various aspects of the moon landing, from flags that waved in the wind where there is no wind, to shadows going the wrong way, to Buzz Aldrin refusing to put his hand on a Bible and swear he was up there.
"The Man Who Couldn't Dream," however, takes a different approach. All it asks is that you use a little common sense when thinking about the "moon landing story." Because the truth is, something doesn't add up with the way it is told. It simply doesn't add up.
I offer one "common sense" thing to think about--which "The Man Who Couldn't Dream" makes clear along with some other startling facts. Why isn't today a national holiday? Why do we not "remember" or "honor" the BIGGEST achievement in U.S. history, or for that matter, the biggest achievement of all of humanity? No "Moon Landing Day." Days to honor everything from 911 to veterans to Martin Luther King to Columbus. But no Moon Landing Day. Hmmmmm. Now why do you think that is?