Well, that Fox special certainly did a number on the American public, that's for sure, hehe....
Had one not bothered to check it out for
themselves, indeed, it was quite convincing...
However, there are of course many, many points proving we did in fact go there.
For one, there is the ongoing laser experiment, still bouncing lasers off those targets on the moon, used to measure how far away it is at a given
Two, there are photographs of the landing sites (from Clementine), that while not high enough res to show the objects there, the blast marks, etc. are
visible and exactly where they should be.
Three, visit NASA's site or badastronomy.com to see a point by point explanation of the things mentioned on that special, and you can then decide for
I more interested in the human ability to not believe and wonder what we wont be beliveing in the future that we do fully belive now, if you get me.
Like i say it scares me to see how we humans could revert given enough chance too.
In a persuasive speech (which was really all the Fox special was), it's not WHAT you tell that's important, it's what you DON'T tell that is...
I questioned it too after that special. It was very well done. However, with just a tiny bit of looking into it, their lies became pretty
clear and see through. Sadly though, many didn't take that slight bit of effort, and so to this day, they'll believe we didn't land there.
A similar thing happened lately in our nation's politics, but I'll let you discern for yourself what you feel that deception really was...
It's a far scarier deception than a moon landing fake.
[edit on 4-4-2005 by Gazrok]