Apollo 11 Hoax Research Paper

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So let 's assume for a second that Apollo 11’s moon landing was indeed a hoax and that NASA pulled it off successfully in turn fooling everybody. So they succeeded in their goal to beat the Soviet Union in the race to the Moon. Assumptions about the missing evidence based on info and conclusions are drawn before the facts call for it, are known as hasty generalizations. We must carefully gather as much information as possible. Since we did not have the technology we did not go to the Moon in 1969, therefore, we will never go to the Moon. Another assumption could be that we did not go to the moon because there is no physical evidence and the tapes were “erased”; therefore, we must have never landed on the moon. If there’s no moisture on the moon, then how come you…show more content…
More people would get involved with each consecutive mission. For example, more scientists were involved in each successive flight because they were interested in actually studying the Moon from as close as possible. So why take the risk? They had already won the race, so why risk it again? NASA actually went to the Moon SIX TIMES. There would have been absolutely no reason to continue the hoax after the first landing. Why take the risk? They could have simply said that the spaceflights are way too risky and expensive, with no real advantages. Nobody would have questioned these motives. Curiously, there is a minority of conspiracy theorists who acknowledge this. For instance, there 's a subset of them who claim that only the first landing was faked, but all the later ones were genuine. There are also those who claim that the landings were genuine but the photographs were faked because it wasn 't actually possible to take photographs on the Moon. But returning to my original point: Surprisingly many people don 't know that NASA went six times to the Moon, and believe there was only one landing. Conspiracy theorists love to abuse this misconception by simply not making any mention of multiple
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