Originally posted by smurfy
Originally posted by trig_grl
What ive been asking for years and no one has given a solid answer is WHY? Why did they fake the moon landing? Ive seen enough evidence to believe it
was a hoax but im still confused as to why?
simple answer to that is that they didn't fake it.
Simple answer is that they did. There is no proof that the moon landings were real. None of the evidence given stands up to scrutiny, but there is a
LOT of evidence to the contrary. A LOT. Anyone who believes in the moon landings takes them on faith.
Here are two shocking facts that will make you scratch your head:
– Fact: Did you know that since the Apollo Moon Missions in 1969-72, which sent astronauts 240,000 miles to the moon and back six times, NO ONE has
ever gone 400 miles above the Earth? Even the Space Shuttle missions have gone below that and remained well under 400 miles.
Today, NASA does not have the technology to go higher than 400 miles above Earth, and has indirectly admitted it in a number of ways, by their actions
and words. In a press release, NASA stated that the Van Allen Radiation Belts that surround the Earth are too dangerous to send humans through and is
trying to figure out how to solve this problem. See here: www.reuters.com...
This doesn’t make any sense given that none of the astronauts on the six Apollo missions allegedly passed the radiation belts with no problem and no
sickness! What this means is that incredibly, NASA was able to send men 600 times farther in 1969 than it can today! How inexplicable is that? Have
you ever heard of technology going backward by such an extreme magnitude?! It’s totally illogical and nonsensical.
– Fact: Did you know that so far, 14 astronauts have died in Space Shuttle missions that were 200 miles above the Earth, yet during the Apollo
program NASA allegedly sent astronauts 240,000 miles to the moon and back six times, with no loss of life? In other words: 200 miles = 14 casualties,
240,000 miles = 0 casualties. Do you buy that? Can you fathom the enormous difference between 200 and 240,000 and how big of a stretch that is?
To give you an idea of the proportions we are talking about, picture this: The Earth is 8,000 miles in diameter and the moon is 240,000 miles away.
That means that you’d have to line up 30 Earth globes to equal the distance to the moon (since 8,000 x 30 = 240,000). What this means is that in
1969, NASA could send men the distance of 30 Earth globes, but today, it can only send humans barely above the Earth. If you have a model globe in
your home, 400 miles would be about an inch above it.
What’s more, NASA could not even keep astronauts safe on Earth. During a test simulation on the launch pad for Apollo One in 1967, three astronauts
died during a fire that engulfed the capsule and somehow locked them inside, which was never explained and seemed to be the result of foul play.
Whatever the case, if NASA couldn’t even keep astronauts safe on Earth during a test simulation inside a stationary capsule that wasn’t even
moving, then how could it keep them safe 240,000 miles away on the moon during a real mission?
Only time in history where technology went backward by an extreme magnitude
Now if all that doesn’t sound absurd to you and make you scratch your head, nothing will. So if you buy the Apollo story, you’d have to buy that
the Apollo Moon Landings were the first and only historical event in which technology actually went BACKWARD! In history, when technological feats are
accomplished, they get better, faster and more efficient in subsequent years. For example, when the Wright Brothers invented the airplane, every year
after that planes got better and better. When Charles Lindberg made the first transatlantic flight in 1927, it was soon repeated afterward. And when
cell phones came into the market, they got better and better thereon.
However, after the Apollo missions from 1969 to 1972, it all went backward. We never went back again and neither did any other country. It was very
strange. At least the Soviets should have followed soon after, especially since their space technology was ahead of ours. Yet none have even tried.
What does that tell you? As they say, actions speak louder than words.
If the Apollo missions were authentic, by now, there should be daily flights to the moon and moon bases. All this would be so if the moon landings
were consistent with the rest of world history.
The simple logic here is that if NASA can't go to the moon today after 40 years of technological advancements, then it certainly couldn't have in
1969, plain and simple.