Discussion in 'The Cesspool' started by webprodesign, Jan 6, 2005.
Good post Silas. Still think it was a hoax KS?
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I just have to say that these points stick out the most. It just makes the most sense.
Exactly, webprodesign. I totally agree, except for the experiment part...as someone pointed out.
People who believe everything the media and news says are fools.
What do they say of people who believe everything that fools say? Not only does the Apollo program hardly qualify as everything the media and news has to say, the evidence for the Apollo moon landings exists in far more places than "the media and the news."
In order to disprove the abundant amount of evidence for the Apollo program's moon landings, you must first disprove the viability of the physics involved in what they accomplished. That has yet to be done.
I didn't mean to make it appear as though my stance is for the conspiracy entirely, for it is not. I neither agree that the conspiracy happened, nor do I agree that it didn't. The whole concept of it is fascinating, I think, but the evidence points both ways. I suppose we may never know.
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