I thought the government only spends on hiding what they do, not in making us believe something they haven't!
And Robbin Williams is really an alien. Shazbot!
So is Dennis Rodman. And this may come as a shock, but Michael Jackson is indeed human! Martha Stewart is not. George Bush's mental age on Mars is 3385 days.
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There are people who deny the holocaust, at least these moonlanding hoax claimants are not in the same obnoxious league. It is easy to deny, since everything was in fact rehearsed on earth, so it should not be difficult to "prove" that something took place on earth. By the way, have you heard this rumour that the earth is actually round and that the planets do not revolve around us? This little bit of insight took the Vatican how many hundreds of years to acknowledge?
Don't forget: for every nut there is a screw loose.
I personally think we have landed on the moon. I really dont have an counter argument of that we didnt, but the technology is possible today. Plus there is the hopes and dreams of what there could be out there. Eh, i'm just jabbering on, but yes, i do believe that we have [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
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This is fun. The thought that all the people that “contributed” to the moon launches have been able to "keep the secret" and ignore the “bunches” of money that the National Enquirer would offer to come clean.
I think the biggest indication of the reality of the moon landing is the economic benefit spun off from the space industry. I am sure it has had a greater impact than the Moon Hoax industry has contributed.
When I read about moon-hoaxes etc, I like to remember people like Gregory Jarvis who died on the Challenger while trying to do research on Electrophoresis in Space. They made a positive contribution to society, and paid a price.