Delusional Conspiracy Theories and a Video of the Launch of an Apollo Saturn V Rocket That did Indeed "Fly Me To The Moon"

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HeraldtheNews

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We all went to the moon with the Apollo missions who were around back then in the 1960's and 1970's.
Here is a picture of a Saturn V rocket on the ground and a live launch.
When you light up something that big, probly goin' somewhere.
"Please God, don't let me [screw this up]"
--paraphrase of Alan Shepherd

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***Pictures and video appear to be public domain and used here only for demo
 
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We all went to the moon with the Apollo missions who were around back then in the 1960's and 1970's.
Here is a picture of a Saturn V rocket on the ground and a live launch.
When you light up something that big, probly goin' somewhere.
"Please God, don't let me [screw this up]"
--paraphrase of Alan Shepherd

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***Pictures and video appear to be public domain and used here only for demo
I read that many people of that time believed the moon landing to be bunkum, and most simply changed the channel to something more interesting and believable.

If one was going to fake a moon landing, wouldn't obtaining photographs of some impressive looking gear be one of the first objectives to achieve, even if one was the laziest scammer in the world?
 

gb9

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this has been a 50 year debate, and will probably continue for the next 50......
 

calibob

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I was in the Strategic Air Command and worked with NASA. My former father in law worked at White Sands and at NASA Houston. I know the space program was real and really was, a waste of money. There's nothing to harvest so no profit motive for returning to the moon and Mars is an uninhabitable desert worse than Antarctica. We can go there but the term; 'diminishing returns' applies. We need a vehicle that dosn't require any known fuel and is nearly free to get away from our own solar system. It also has to defy time as we know it to actually return in a lifetime. There's also Human necessitates like food, air and gravity to stay alive. I'd be happier if Apollo 11 was fake!
 
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I was in the Strategic Air Command and worked with NASA. My former father in law worked at White Sands and at NASA Houston. I know the space program was real and really was, a waste of money. There's nothing to harvest so no profit motive for returning to the moon and Mars is an uninhabitable desert worse than Antarctica. We can go there but the term; 'diminishing returns' applies. We need a vehicle that dosn't require any known fuel and is nearly free to get away from our own solar system. It also has to defy time as we know it to actually return in a lifetime. There's also Human necessitates like food, air and gravity to stay alive. I'd be happier if Apollo 11 was fake!
Did you ever consider the possibility that the program may have been real, but the landing itself fake (e.g. film provided from a desert somewhere, transmissions from somewhere else?)
 

calibob

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Did you ever consider the possibility that the program may have been real, but the landing itself fake (e.g. film provided from a desert somewhere, transmissions from somewhere else?)
I don't care. It just took our minds off of Viet Nam, Bobby Kennedy and Tricky Dick for a weekend.
 

calibob

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When I was 16, dad was 56. The dinner topic on Sunday was Did Nixon conspire with Hoffa to kill Kennedy so Nixon got elected and Hoffa could be released from prison early. Or should we drop the A bomb on North Viet Nam?