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Apollo Moon Landing Conspiracy - Reasonable Proof

The title says it all, fellow poll takers! lol, enough of the futile believing NASA, i am 13, but i have done research on the conspiracy on my own, and am spreading the word that no human being has ever been on the moon!

Why do you believe Armstrong and Aldrin actually set foot on our moon?

26% (25) I don't
5% (5) my teachers told me so
13% (13) it was on TV
3% (3) That's what my friends think
51% (48) some other reason

94 voters have answered this question.

Did you know that Bill Kaysing, librarian/writer of technical publications and advansed research at Rocketdyne Systems from 1956-1963 said there was a .0014 chance of landing on the moon?

56% (53) no, i didn't know that (well now you do)
31% (30) yes, i did know that
1% (1) i didn't understand a word you said
10% (10) no comment

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As i'm sure you can imagine, there are a lot of things to take into consideration when supposedly trying to land on the moon. let's start with the Van Allen Radiation Belts, shall we? The Van Allen Belts surround Earth, and are radioactive, as i'm sure you could have guessed. If something like say, a shuttle, rocket, spaceship, whatever you want to call it, were to pass through these belts, the film would be destoyed, the shuttle would be irradiated and would be dangerous for years to come, and the astronauts would have gotten radiation poisoning and died.

28% (27) I didn't know that either (well now you do)
39% (37) I knew that
31% (30) No comment

94 voters have answered this question.

OK, now lets play with solar flares. One of the worst ones ever recorded took place in August 1972, between the Apollo 16 and 17 missions, the flare should have killed them instantly, yet they went about their work as usual in nothing more than linen suits. Isn't that weird?

43% (41) it is quite weird
56% (53) no comment

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All righty, how about temperature? Since the moon's atmosphere doesn't diffuse the sun's ultraviolet rays, that would make it 200+ degrees F in the sun and -180 degrees F in the shade. Now that would be too extreme for the film to handle since they go from shade to sunlight multiple times. oh, and might I add they were using the Hassleblad 500 EL/70 camera? (the astronauts were supposedly protected by their spacesuits)

35% (33) this is troubling
64% (61) no comment

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Perhaps you've heard of the C on the rock? Maybe not. Well, supposedly, on the moon there is a rock with a letter C on it. Some people think it's proof that Armstrong and his buddy Aldrin were on the moon. Not me, well known to the folks who are in movies and such, a letter C is placed on something where the center of a scene is supposed to be. Weird huh?

53% (50) Very odd, but just a coincedence (i don't know if i spelled that right or not...) =P
21% (20) Very odd and is proof that they weren't on the moon
25% (24) no comment

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Did you know that the folks in Australia who watched the ORIGINAL broadcast (im talking about when it was supposedly live) might have noticed a coke bottle in the right corner? the next day they saw a differnt tape with no coke bottle and saw what the rest of the world did. sound like a cover up to you? (this was noticed by several viewers and was put in newspapers)

36% (34) it most certainly does
63% (60) no, not really

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Now that's all I have so far. If you would post your opinions, that would be great. I have one more question for you. How many of you still believe that Armstrong and all the rest were on the moon?

64% (61) I DO! *sigh* i failed to convince you of anything. *sob*
24% (23) not me
10% (10) undecided

94 voters have answered this question.

This poll was created on 2009-09-05 22:02:24 by conspiracy hunter 01
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