How many witnesses were there who were with the 3 astronusts from the time they put on their suits followed them to apollo 11? Watched them get into the apollo 11 and saw the doors close and lock? Quoting: nzreva
If you mean witnesses who have testified under oath and cross-examination, exactly none.
The astronuts could have been given a mind altering drug and they could believe they went to the moon, I think that is a possibility. What are your thoughts on that. Quoting: nzreva
Eugene Cernan, the "last man on the moon," gave a motivational talk to Catholics in Rockford. Without even being asked, he volunteered his response regarding the truth of his "moon landing." He said:
"If it was a simulation, it fooled me."
A rather weak statement, don't you think? Especially since the NASA astronauts were given scopolamine, the "zombie drug," ostensibly to cure motion sickness:
[link to boingboing.net
Who could have been in the suits becides the 3 men? Quoting: nzreva
One distantly possible alternative is that secret military men actually went, or tried to go, to the moon. The Nixon administration couldn't possibly afford to lose the celebrity "astronauts"; but secret, nameless and faceless military men were easily expendable.