Or Did They?

By | Jul 20, 2009

It seemed to be an incredible accomplishment. Man not only flew to the Moon, but they walked upon it before the end of the decade of the 1960s, just as ordered by President John F. Kennedy in 1961. But it didn’t take long before there were those who not only said that reaching the moon was impossible, but the United States was the author of the biggest hoax in history.

Polls have shown that at least 6 percent of the American population don’t think that men walked on the moon and think that there was a Moon Landing Hoax. And some of the leading non-believers aren’t those you would call uneducated, but men with science backgrounds.

Those who believe this is a hoax has plenty of evidence to show that they have proof. But for each piece of evidence there are others to show that it’s just one scientific opinion and it could be proved either way

The show Mythbusters spent an episode that looked at many of the theories that proved that man didn’t go to the moon and it was a hoax. What they proved was that everyone of the questionable incidents could have occurred in space on the Moon.

It’s been 40 years since the 1969 Apollo 11 mission and if there was an hoax involved there had to have been many people involved in the deception, including Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Aldrin, who was a businessman who sold cars after he left NASA, has repeatedly said that he was on the Moon during the flight.

Human nature shows that it’s sometime easier to believe that things are impossible than the possible. And until time ends some will believe that logic defying incidents, such as the Jewish Holocaust, Kennedy was shot by a lone assassination and man walked on the moon never happened.


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