posted on Apr, 18 2006 @ 10:19 PM
I know I know. "That guy doesn't believe in the Apollo missions, he's crazy!"
But come on, that's no fun.
Think about this: The fact that we apparently went to the moon almost 50 years ago, but we are still stuck here at Earth now? Why
can't we do
it? I know it's expensive, but the Apollo program
cost only a little over what the shuttle program cost. And we already know, so they say,
how to build one. Could this have been a classic Cold War hoax to keep everyone thinking that we're "the best"?
The problem with the Apollo program is that it all doesn't add up. It just wouldn't make sense for the US to scrap the greatest space project ever.
I mean come on
, what's the point of the ISS, to "study the effects of space on plants"? Why? It seems to me that the only explanation is
that it never happened.
Here is a link with more on the evidence in the video/pics taken "on the moon":