Here we go, the Americans come out trying to make this guy look like a fool for creating a thread that "might hurt their patriotism".
Well how many stupid threads ie, "The Bird is the Word", come out everyday and no one tries to make a fool out of them.
No one had to "make" him look like a fool, as I'm pretty sure the thread sealed that deal for anyone with a basic understanding of, as was
mentioned, science in general, as well as logistics. The sheer number of people who were involved throughout all of the early missions, and the many,
many occurrences that CAN be verified, etc...
Extraordinary claims require...You should know how to finish the sentence. There was absolutely zero evidence, and all that was presented was a very
loose, somewhat incoherent logical argument. That's fine, as I am not presenting any evidence either, although it is on my side in this matter. The
premises the OP states, for the most part, can be easily debunked by science. There is no speculation about what "might" occur in space, as we have
figured that out already, among other things.
So are you telling me that the hundreds upon hundreds on NASA employees, and the thousands upon thousands of contracted companies who performed
research and developed space technology are lying? THAT is so extremely far-fetched as to be an impossibility.
NASA is not the one who develops these technologies for the most part...The designs for everything they do come from the bidders who win the specific
contract. If we weren't able to go into space, why did Morton Thiokol kill all the astronauts aboard the Challenger? That seems silly. If it were all
fake, why would they really be sitting on tons upon tons of liquid fuel?
And why would they be doing a dry run on the ground for Apollo 1 under "space conditions", which resulted in the deaths of 3 astronauts, if they
weren't planning on going into space? There are countless examples that prove my point. There is so much evidence that we are in space, and went to
the moon, and some of that evidence is viewable by ANYONE...
Amateur astronomers have viewed many of the manmade, human occupied objects in space. I could go on all day, but the bottom line is that this
"hypothesis" doesn't hold water. I could at least entertain the possibility that we didn't go to the moon, even though we did, but saying our
entire space program is a sham is just ignorant based upon the evidence.