Call it what you like but it seemed odd that the most complex thing that man had assembled worked first time like a dream, without a hitch. Ok so you could say that the path to success littered with failure guaranteed a success.
I’ve also doubted that with 1960’s technology that it would be possible, and the fact that we’ve only managed low earth orbit with mixed success since stands out to me as something that should make you go mmmm.
Are there particular things that raise my radar. Well first up I think man did get to the moon, not the ones we think did, or when they say they did. I also think it’s not about any secret alien agenda, moon bases, visitations, strategic missile bases or other warmongering, masonry, new world order, illuminati or other such.
I read somewhere that a conspiracy needs to have a monumental amount of “proof” to prove a conspiracy and that conspiracies were therefore very convoluted and confused, with many strands that if you followed them all you would naturally end up laughing.
A Conspiracy does not have to be complicated or involves hundreds or thousands of people.
Tdhe two links below contain a miss-mash of things that make me frown and things that make me laugh as they appear a bit off beam. And before anyone comments that “Mythbusters have proved it” lets just say that Mythbusters is about as reliable or credible as the War on Terror is.
I’ve read the books that make claims about radiation, and not being a scientist I find them compelling and yet I don’t know. I’m sure I read somewhere that the moon suits were left on the moon, having been thrown out of the module somehow, I wish I could remember where I read that.
There is enough dubious content from NASA and other “official” sources that show difficult and contrary things, not in and of itself confirmation of a conspiracy, but carelessness and ill-though out rush to release.
The big question though is what would it take for me be believe?
So check out these links that I referred to.
- The Moon Landing Mystery (mysteryworlds.wordpress.com)
- Conspiracy theories ‘give illusion of control’ (scotsman.com)
- All the “Moon Landing” theories. What is your opinion an why (disclose.tv)
- Photos: The other Apollo moon landings (news.cnet.com)
- “Moon Landing” and related posts (scienceprojectideasforkids.com)
- Historical photos of the lunar lander (boingboing.net)
- Great Conspiracy Theory – The Americans on The Moon Landing (socyberty.com)