Today I became involved in conversation with a very close friend and fellow theorist. The topic was Apollo 18, does anyone really have a clue why we
never went back to the moon? What is the advantage of building a space station as opposed to building a lunar base? wouldn't it make more sense to
build something so expensive on a stable platform as opposed to an orbit that will eventually deteriorate? The way I figure it a crater would be the
perfect place to construct a base and also offer some protection from things bouncing across the surface of the moon. Does anyone know if there is
any truth to the Apollo 18 conspiracy? I'm only asking because I haven't got a clue. The final on our theory was that if something you feared was
on the moon, what better place to observe it from. Why is it that we were at cold war with Russia, but we came together on the space program.
Perhaps if there was something to fear that you knew you were incapable of handling you would try to surround yourself with Allies to unite for a
larger cause. Nobody has been to the Moon sense, all I ask is why? Any input would be appreciated.
Fuel,radiation,distance,engineering,cost.There's probably dozens of reasons why.
Your question is silly,its like saying why build a station on the moon when we can build one on mars.
Plus its common sense to build the first station in orbit.
I have heard alot of theories and conspiracies about the moon and nasa and such. It fascinates me really. The problem I have is that there are just
SO many ideas and "proof" of different things that I just have no idea what the truth is. I do think there is a reason that we aren't being told
why we never went back to the moon, it seems like common sense to go back to me. A lunar base would make alot more sense than ISS though, I think
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