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
On Oct. 28. 1943, the US. Navy purportedly teleported the USS Eldridge, from Philadelphia to Norfolk. Va., and back again during an invisibility test that went awry. Participants in the so-called “Philadelphia Experiment” were subsequently brainwashed to keep the details of the mishap fuzzy. The military denies the allegations. A kernel of truth about the US. Navy experimenting with ways to make their ships invisible to magnetic field mines seems to have been twisted, spun and embellished to the tale of teleportation. The ship, however, may have sailed between Philadelphia and Norfolk via an inland channel, cutting a two-day journey to 'just six hours, according to a source.
In 1961 John Fitzgerald Kennedy was elected as President of the United States of America, this would be short lived due to his assassination in Dallas, Texas in 1963 by Lee Harvey Oswald. His administration would later be referred to as Camelot by his wife Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Although he is more prominently known for the fact that he was assassinated which is recorded on video for posterity, I find that his role in the Cold War has been greatly overlooked by the general public. This is why I think it is important to look at his role during the Cold War especially due to the recent release of Kennedy’s assassination files, once again filling the media with conspiracies.
In today’s time we are exposed to a lot of information. Sometimes that particular information can be rumors or t evolved further to be considered as a conspiracy theory.What is a conspiracy theory? According to definition a conspiracy theory as a belief that some covert but influential organization is responsible for a circumstance or event. Conspiracy theories are very intriguing, but weird at the same time.
For many years, people have said that they have seen Unidentified flying objects, otherwise known as UFOs. From random farmers, to the military, to even a president of the United States, Jimmy Carter. There are famous sightings where the investigations have lasted years and months on trying to figure out if the sighting was in fact, true or not. Although there are images of these sightings, they are criticized to be nothing more than a blurred image or the work of Photoshop. The most famous UFO sighting is known as The Crash Near Roswell. This event occurred in the first week of July 1947.
“That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” (Neil Armstrong, 1969). At first glance, it may seem like we actually sent people to the moon and they returned safely. People have failed to notice, however, that NASA didn’t cover up everything completely when faking the first moon landing. If people continue to believe that America sent people on the moon and that they returned unharmed, they will never understand the larger question of exactly how they did it. That is, if they actually did. The famous 1969 landing on the moon was faked because the American flag was moving, the technology to create a fake space set existed back then, and there were unnatural occurrences on the moon.
Conspiracy theories have become a real complication and are used to find out if something that was planned is actually true or a hoax. Some examples of these are the existence of bigfoot, mass shootings set forth by political parties, and the events that took place on September 11, 2001. Many of these conspiracy theories have multiple sides and viewpoints for people to gather and form ideas of what they think happened.One of the most debated conspiracy theories was the moon landing. On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped off the Apollo 11 landing craft onto the foreign landscape of the moon and said these words,’That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” They had set out to be the first men to step foot on the moon and help the United States win the so called “Space Race.”After gathering evidence with moon rocks and specimens, the astronauts place the american flag and a plaque in the
In the summer of 1947, there was a day that caused a lot of speculation and hysteria in Roswell, a city in New Mexico. On that day, June 14th, 1947, an unknown object crash-landed into a ranch in the city of Roswell, New Mexico, leaving a huge amount of debris. There were many people that did not know what to make of this, and asked themselves, “Was that an alien crash or was it something else?” Many people claimed that it was from an unidentified flying object, or UFO, but others believe it is something less interesting. However, the hype of the incident was silenced until 1979 after the U.S. government officially declared that the debris was nothing more than the debris of a weather balloon. From that point on, new information came out from
The Space Race was a time of competition between to two Cold War rivals, the US and the Soviet Union, in the discovery and exploration of space. The Space Race was a part of the Cold War and was another form of competition between them. This competition during the Space Race for breakthrough research in space exploration led to discoveries about space in a period of time that has not been rivaled by discoveries made after the end of the space race and the decrease in competition. This competition created an emphasis on researching space and shortened the time it would have most likely taken had there been no rivalry.
Have you ever wondered about whether or not America’s moon landings were real? I don’t think you have, but there are millions of other Americans who have thought this and are really trying to prove that America’s moon landings were all a scam! Of, course, there are opposers to this claim, because there are always opposers to every claim. I don’t think I’ve ever heard of a claim that everybody agrees with. There’s always someone who thinks they saw something or infers this or that or the other. But I need to get to the point because today we are going to, obviously, going to be talking about whether the American moon landings were real. I’ve got a stack of evidence just waiting to be talked about so let’s get started!
Many people around the world believe the rumors and theories about the 9/11attack. We have to wonder how many people have been convinced? Is it because of the 9/11 movement?Is it the fact that the clues are saying it was a set up that thousands of people are believing what they’ve seen? You want the truth? Truth is the media and pop culture keep people believing these theories by keeping it everywhere, it’s in books,news,magazines,movies and the televisions.
There has been debate on whether the moon landing was real or fake ever since it happened. There is a lot of evidence on the fact that shows the moon landing was real. Although there is also a lot of evidence on the fact that it could’ve been faked. I’m writing to tell you why I think it actually happened.
Do you think aliens are real? Yes, many people think they are just some made up theory, but In think they are wrong. I think aliens are real and lots of other people agree and they have proof by taking pictures and videos. Also the army found proof and kept it hidden from the world. The army found a UFO crash and on a mountain but they got rid of it, so people wouldn't find it and put it on the news. Lots of people have seen and taken pictures and put it on line and make stories about them so people can see them.