posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 10:02 AM
Well, if there's one thing that I have confidence in, it's that there are about 15 million "nerd" eyes out there that sit in their back yards
night after night tracking and measuring the cosmos. No way that a cosmological shift goes unnoticed. Fortunately, this science has broken out of
the mainstream, and thanks to technology getting down to the user level and the (natural) interest in tracking heavenly bodies, if there were even the
slightest shift in the earth's axis, rotation...anything that effects our cosmological observations, the flag will go up loudly. Those who advocate
a "moon hoax" cite this fact directly as the reason why there are no stars ever visible in the night sky as they relate to pictures being taken from
the surface. Simply put, there are just too many amateur astronomers who would pick the sky apart and discover the fraud (by the way, I don't
mention this in support or denial of moon hoaxers, simply as an example of how closely the sky is being observed).