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Published on Oct 16, 2014
Since the release of my video debunking NVIDIA's claims regarding the Apollo moon landing hoax and their Global Illumination software, not to mention my challenge to NVIDIA that they show the albedo settings used in their simulation, I have been forwarded a letter of complaint from one of NVIDIA's own customers who answers to the name of Bo Chen.
Despite all their hype, NVIDIA has refused to release the Global Illumination moon hoax demo to even their paying customers of their GTX-970/980 graphics cards (which cost nearly $600US apiece). Possibly, so no one can independently test the demo and discover that they set the albedo of their cgi lunar surface much higher than the 12% claimed in their blogs and videos.