It's, I suppose, inevitable that this site will attract Apollo conspiracy theorists (ACT). My experience with these people in real life has taught me that attempting to convince them of reality with facts and figures is a waste of time. They are mentally ill and need help from professionals, not random people on the internet.
There may be a small subset of genuinely confused people who read something on the internet and come here for clarification. I would not want to shut these people out. Yet I feel too much of this amazing community's intellectual capital is being spent fruitlessly on attempting to refute conspiracy theorists.
Can there be a strategy, consistent with Stack Exchange philosophy, to relentlessly shut down time wasting ACT questions? Have a master question Q: "Were the moon landings fake?" A:"No". and immediately close ACT questions as a duplicate of this one? A special tag? Anything?