When I watched the moon landing in my employer's basement on B&W TV in July of 1969, I knew that what I was watching was reality. I believed my own eyeballs for 34 years. I wanted to believe it and knew that it was technologically feasable.
Now I have found out that the moon suits that were used for the Apollo project won't physically fit through the hatch that we 'saw' them step out of on the "one small step". Further, the physics of a small the backpack type cooling unit on the suit won't work. It would require a cooling unit the size of a volkswagan. Further, in one of the movies of looking back at the earth through a porthole, while the craft is halfway to the moon, a hand is seen to pass in front of the porthole on the outside of the craft, (poor editing). It was also noted that in many of the moon photos, two distinct shadows can be seen with only one source of light, the sun.
As I say, I do not prefer to believe this, but the evidence seems inescapable. The ruse worked so well that the Russians believed it, and send 6 cosmonauts to their death by radiation once they reached the Van Allen belt.
My (seemingly off-topic) point? If our media was so well controlled in 1969 that the vast majority of us were duped, what sort of control of media, markets, etc. exists now?
jermarge is another retard.... the moon landings were fake and so was the cat scan showing jermarge had a brain.... jmarge what were you doing on your knees in your employers basement in july 1969 you fowl harlot.... religious retards like you should be sterilized before you get a chance to pollute the earth with your pig brained offspring.....
You believe the NASA moon landing was a hoax? So do a lot of people in the West Virginia mountains and South Chicago. From previous posts on another Board, I remember you as a dishonest religious nut. Welcome to the DROOY Board!
There may be folks in the West Virginia mountains and South Chicago that also believe in what was apparently a hoax. I however, hail from Los Alamos, NM.
As for dishonesty, it runs counter to my belief, in that I am properly characterized as a religious nut.