Brian Cox Thinks Moon Landing Conspiracy Theorists Are "Colossal Nob Ends"
The British physicist made the remark on the anniversary of the lunar landing. H/T Huffington Post.
It was the 46th anniversary of the first moon landing on Monday.
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, who was part of the Apollo 11 crew, shared pictures and memories of the historic event.
As did NASA.
Basically, a lot of people marked the anniversary of mankind's incredible feat of landing on the moon for the first time.
However, there are some out there who believe the landing was a hoax played out on a sound stage.
To which British physicist Brian Cox had this to say on Monday.
The tweet was retweeted over 5,000 times and gained this response from 85-year-old Aldrin.
Cox made similar remarks last year.
And he's standing by his spelling of knob.
Rosetta scientist Matt Taylor said he was a fan of Cox's use of the word.
And the pair decided they needed a public service project to use it more.
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