RE: Deathbed Confession: Moonlanding


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Thank you for your comment, there is a lot to unpack here. IF you have time, look deeper into these pieces of evidence, with an open mind and without prejudice. Nobody wakes up one morning and decides to contradict an opinion that has been accepted by the vast majority of people. I believe most people are truth-loving people. The moon landing and the nature of the earth are very uncomfortable subjects, because it puts into question the very foundation of our technological pride and our accomplishments as a collective species. Anyone interested in serious dive into proving the moon landings as authentic (with intellectual honesty) are about to embark on a very fascinating history lesson.

"I'd go to the moon in a nanosecond, the problem is we don't have the technology to do that anymore. We used to, but we destroyed that technology and it's a painful process to build it back again. But going to Mars should be one of the next series of steps that humans do. The first step should be going back to the moon for a number of technical reasons and exploration reasons and then after that, Mars, maybe high orbit in Venus atmosphere, maybe going to Europa. There's all kinds of targets to go to, places of interest in our solar system. The only limit to human future is in our own imaginations." NASA Astronaut Don Pettit