so I came up with this idea of list of people that I admire in science. Those are not usually scientists most like ex-scientists who are writing, blogging, learning students and so on.
I want to start with Phil Plait also known as Bad Astronomer. Why? Because he is famous
skeptic in the science community who is leading the league against Moon hoax. When I was writing about moon landing I cited his work quite a few times. He also wrote the book Death form the skies and he was featured in Crash Course Astronomy which was pretty cool, here are some links:
His first blog (mostly bad astronomy).
Crash Course Astronomy
Second person in my list is Neil deGrass Tyson. He is astrophysicist, also sceptic and agnostic. He makes quite often fun of Flat Earth and is pretty cool.
Demonstrating the power of gravity in the response to rapper singing about Flat Earth.
Another of my favorite scientists is Bill Nye. I am pretty sure that you know this one.
I actually saw him for the first time in USA in science class but actually listened to some of his talks few months ago for the first time. While he is very popular generally I kind of liked his debate with Ken Ham.. watch it, it is worth the 3 hours when you will witness the worst kind of argumentation in all history of creationism 😉 
I would add Michio Kaku but I did not see so much stuff from him so I will just leave it here.
 Check out Ken Ham memes, those are best!
it has been a long time since I posted about the Moon hoax but today I am returning. So I found that moon hoaxers think that Apollo must be faked because the pictures taken on Moon are strangely good.
Oh wow, that’s right. All of the pictures look like they have been taken by experts who had enough time to put everything right where they wanted. I mean look at it. Buzz saluting during Apollo 11 mission is perfectly placed in the image next to the “waving flag“. And yes there are tens of similar pictures and all of them are so good. OMG!
Fine, it took some time but finally I found the one you can see below.
I mean, ok clearly this picture is not good one, that is obvious since Armstrong steps out of the picture while it is taken.
I am really curious what would hoaxers say to this, it is from Apollo 11 archive.
Next one is not good either, the lunar modul is cut on the right.
Fine there is clear mistake on the hoaxer’s side. They assume that they would see a bad picture in magazine? Or in TV? Really that is just so dumb!
Phil Plait on his bad astronomy says that in fox show about moon landing they called some NASA expert on Apollo cameras and they asked him if he knows why those pictures are so good. Well I can imagine that I would not be able to come up with answer right away while someone is recording me for TV show, while trying his best to put me down.
That is all for today.