In case you haven’t understood, I am piggy banking off the conspiracy theory that existed regarding the end of planet earth, and taking it a step further. I think this site will focus more on anti conspiracy theory, folks…what do you think?
Anyway, in this article I will briefly discuss the Apollo programs and how people are so foolish to believe that the US actually staged the landing on the moon. Before I get into it, let me just make a very good point here: people are willing to believe in nonsense such as the end of our world in 2012, an “elite” group controlling the world and a lot of similar crap that is just a product of their imagination (not even the slightest hint about it) but aren’t willing to believe information provided to them by scientists and trustworthy sources. I mean trying to figure out the wiring of those people, they need a good format…I can tell you that!
So what are the common arguments trying to support that the Apollo programs didn’t really take place but were an act? Well, things like “why were there no stars in the images” or “why didn’t the transportation vehicles leave any tracks behind” and a lot of similar crap. Well for starters, I want you all to walk at daytime and look up in the skies and tell me if you see any stars. I rest my case…meaning that the glare is just so great you can never possibly see stars. When it comes to the transportation vehicles, the weight was just so distributed that it didn’t leave prints the same way human foot prints were left. And what was that about the flag? It had metal skeleton supporting it so it doesn’t fall down.
In one paragraph, there are enough answers to shut the moronic conspiracy theorists. What about US being too far ahead of Russia on their space program? We all know the U.S.A. is the greatest country in the world so why is it a surprise that they were able to have such great progress? When you give people the ability to be free and innovative, they can reach Mars…not just the moon. But anyway, I won’t make this political (although I could very much do so.)
Honestly, the US would not risk to stage a moon landing because of the fear of so many blank spots. And that time, there wasn’t enough information on the moon, so there could be a lot of observations of things that don’t add up (simply because people could study the imagery and video content released by NASA at their convenient times and with no big rush.) So my point is: since it was a very vulnerable subject for anyone to try and be an authority on (lack of info) they would never risk their reputation and their significant power image for a quick stage play. I mean if people are finding little things that theoretically try and prove the landing was fake, imagine what kind of mistakes would be created when in fact the US did try and stage the moon landing in the Apollo program. I mean they would never take that risk. Honestly, the success of the Apollo program lays on the American people and the workers at NASA. Not Kennedy or any politician. So until communist countries like Russia and China understand the potential of their people, they will forever be second and third in the world. And that is good of course…not a bad place to be in the world stage. But #1 is always better, ain’t it?
Anyway, I just wanted to say that basically all conspiracy theories against that first moon landing have been crushed and people that tend to believe them up to this day, are complete wackos.