Nearly 10% of Americans in a poll carried out in 1999 didn't believe that the Apollo Moon landings ever took place and thought that man has in fact never set foot on the moon. The popular theory is that NASA, in collusion with several other international agencies, faked the landings using a mixture of trick photography and carefully orchestrated sets.The truth:
While some of the arguments put forward supporting the fake theory do make sense, any thorough investigation of them turns up just as plausible solutions to support an actual landing taking place. It really is cranking the paranoia up to eleven to believe that they didn't happen.
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