So, I don’t think that the fraudulent character known as Buzz Aldrin has actually been to the moon… Possibly, no human being has been to the moon, but we can’t be sure… What we do know, though, is that NASA has gone to great lengths to deceive us into believing it.
Buzz Lightyear is for kids, and Buzz Aldrin is for adults. Pixar character Buzz Lightyear’s name was inspired by Aldrin. He acknowledged the tribute when he pulled a Buzz Lightyear doll out during a speech at NASA, to rapturous cheers; a clip of this can be found on the Toy Story 10th Anniversary DVD.
Officially, Buzz Aldrin is the second man to step on the surface of the moon. “Edwin Eugene “Buzz” Aldrin, Jr. (born January 20, 1930) is an American astronaut. He was the lunar module pilot on Apollo 11, the first manned lunar landing in history. On July 20, 1969, he set foot on the Moon, following mission commander Neil Armstrong, who passed away on August 25, 2012 (allegedly). He is also a retired United States Air Force pilot.
In 2007, Aldrin confirmed to Time magazine that he had recently had a face-lift; he joked that the G-forces he was exposed to in space “caused a sagging jowl that needed some attention.” I bet. I think maybe Buzz is the one with less makeup and prosthetics and that that the Kirk character is the more fake… which would make sense if the acting is a side gig and his real work was really with the Black Ops. And this would be consistent with the idea that these criminals are highly trained and educated, traits which the actor Douglas supposedly did not possess, even though his exceptional talent shone through his acting.
Douglas was a major box office star in the 1950s and 1960s, playing opposite some of the leading actresses of that era. During his career, he played many military men. Douglas played the lead with an all-star cast in Spartacus (1960). He chose Stanley Kubrick to direct the movie, who we also suspect was involved in the directing of the fake moon landings…
Check out all the name changes in his personal family history: