Originally posted by GrinchNoMore
reply to post by DJW001
Those model rockets, those telescopes and the devouring of magazines all filled with science that NONE of them could actually reproduce....but sure
could FEEL huh.
You are right it is immediately apparent that people that lived through that era feel that only LATELY things are off, and that they were not just
as,, if not MORE lied to and hypnotized into the roles that they have played.
I guess you just cannot grasp that things are just NOT all as you think they are ??
It really is incredible to fathom that you believe the government and all of its various entities were not playing you hard, REAL HARD most of the
The reality is, you have only your faith in them as your guide,, without that faith you would question like us...
Man is it easy to shell-shock and coddle people into believing anything, i have noticed that OFFICIAL BELIEVERS are just that, Religious Nuts
who have no ability to think outside of the box....because they would die if they did.....later when the "scientists" change the stories they may
entertain it but i doubt that too.
Ever hear of Vietnam? Everyone
was afraid and suspicious that the citizens were being "played." Whatever history books you have read to
characterize that generation are grossly incomplete.
It is far simpler-- effortless even-- to accuse rational people of "not seeing the obvious" yet it is those, who have dug deep into the Apollo
program, who do not doubt the reality.
By the way, as a Religious, believe-you-me, the vast majority of my thinking is so far outside the box, it would blow your mind. I think you
"down-to-earth" people are living only half a life, and yet I embrace logic and reason. I am a religious, but not a "nut"-- I am a professional
theologian--degreed, and follow in the steps of other religious in my tradition by pursing a passion for science. If I had the money, I would have a
PhD in both a science and theology.
The concept that if someone disagrees with your passionate belief in a hoax, that that person must be either foolish or in denial is, well... ironic.
Most of us are on the side of evidence; and I have read far more from both sides
of the argument than any hoax-believer I have encountered. It
comes up in what questions get asked by hoax believers-- so many easily answered by someone familiar with the documentation long before a hoax was
Of course suspicion does not occur to a person who already knows why it is not suspicious!
I weigh both sides of an argument, not allowing my passions to dictate to my reason, but the other way round. And I have been reading manned
spaceflight documents since the 1960's. And when I see or even intuit that something does not seem quite right, I dig on my own before I voice
suspicion-- usually silencing my suspicion by what I learn.
In fact, I do suspect conspiracies, but not in this regard. I even know of some serious large conspiracies, but again, not concerning man on the
Perhaps, then, you have a false view of those who your find to be opponents?