That's a big point right there with the hoaxers, without moisture on the moon to form the tracks, there shouldn't be any tire marks or foot prints in the first place. They argue on two fronts it seems. Quoting: US Coward 7976121
Consistency has never been their strong point.
They can't agree on why
it needed to be hoaxed, and have never presented a comprehensive theory on how
it was hoaxed.
Their arguments always boil down to appeals to ignorance and Gubmint=Evil!
As if evil people somehow are incapable of achieving great things. (While twirling their moustaches and kicking puppies.)
Neither do they seem to be aware of the truly mind-staggering ammount of evidence in favour of Men on the Moon.
Why can't they just use a telescope and show us all this stuff instead or some fake google moon pictures. Quoting: davedude 1550415
They now have a telescope that can see the moon?
The answer to question 2 is the answer to question 1.
The largest ground-based telescope in the world has an aperture of 10 metres, to just resolve a 5 metre object at the distance of the Moon would require an aperture of over a 100 metres.
[link to en.wikipedia.org
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
The close-out crew in the White Room consisted of 6 men.
The crew boss on every American manned mission from the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo programmes was Günter F. Wendt.
There's photos and film.
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
The case doesn't hinge on the testimony of 12 men, there are 10,000s (if not millions) of people that need to be lying for Apollo to be a hoax. Darryl Cunningham Investigates The Moon Hoax
[link to darryl-cunningham.blogspot.com
] Moon Base Clavius
, for all your debunking needs [link to www.xmission.com