I should coco
- Jul 22, 2003
Sorry but the analogy doesn’t work.Obviously NASA had like 10 000 employees or something at the time, but it doesn't make everyone involved in the actual event itself. Similar to how Brighton might have 500-600 employees but not all of them are on the pitch every game.
NASA would have had to have designed and built the various bits of kit, trained astronaughts, mission controllers etc, flown to the moon and then simply not bothered. This is the minimum because we know that the Russians followed the flight of Apollo 11 and every pre and post space flight closely, as did a number of other countrie. So the conspiracy can only be regards once at the moon, the lunar module didn’t land. Again the question would be why because this would have been blatantly obvious to those in mission control, which had cameras from every major news company in the US and a number from around the world. They would have also needed to be in on the conspiracy.
The final point is why NASA then ran subsequent missions to the moon. Why?
Now it’s your turn to provide a rationale for the conspiracy using logic rather than bollocks.