All the buzz about the Moon began on February 15th when Fox television aired a program called Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land on the Moon? Guests on the show argued that NASA technology in the 1960's wasn't up to the task of a real Moon landing. Instead, anxious to win the Space Race any way it could, NASA acted out the Apollo program in movie studios. Neil Armstrong's historic first steps on another world, the rollicking Moon Buggy rides, even Al Shepard's arcing golf shot over Fra Mauro-- it was all a fake!
Photographs are the main argument for the conspiracy believers, as there are thousands of photographs that have anomalies on them. (i.e.: different directions on shadows, things ‘highlighted’.) Because of these anomalies, the photos are believed fake by the conspiracy followers. These people reason “why create fake photos of something that really happened?”
l. The moon landing was faked.
2. Aliens are on the moon, and are seen on many of the photos and have been replaced with fake ones.
The most constant argument that the photos (and the videos) are faked is simply that there are no stars in the sky.
There is one problem with one of the photos, on the bottom left corner, there is a rock with the letter c ‘engraved’ on it. What more, the letter c is commonly used on movie props.
The most consistently seen argument of moon hoax believers, is why, in a land with no air, the American flag stands up and waves, instead of falling down to the ground? And yes, if you look closely at the moon flag video clip, it does appear as if Neil is fighting with the USA flag.
So what do you make of this??
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mouUUWpEec0...feature=related (this one is just a joke)
Oh and also there is a pic of Neill Armstrong coming out of the spaceshio st about to say his famous words. Now, this pics takien outside the spacecraft. If, eill was the first man on the moon, who took the pics??