Back on 20 July, in the year of 1969 CE. the eyes of the whole world were riveted to their television screens in order to see a man walk on the moon. Those that chose not to believe their eyes were laughed to scorn -- for there truly were thousands of people that firmly believed that the entire event was staged right here on Terra Firma.
They believed that the Apollo 11 space flight that claimed to land the first humans on Earth's Moon was nothing but a hoax.
The well-publicized mission to the moon, carried out by the United States, was considered a major accomplishment in the history of exploration and it was declared to be a smashing victory for the United States in its Cold War Space Race with the Soviet Union. But, can we prove by logic that it was more than just a hoax?
Did any man ever really walk on the moon?
The evidence -- just now coming to light --is overwhelmingly against it.
In other words, it should be 1,423 times harder to construct a space suit that can resist bursting apart 1,000 miles above the earth's surface than it is to construct a submarine that won't go any farther down than 7 miles below the earth's surface. Let's throw an egg into outer space together and I guarantee you it will come apart on US. You drop it into the ocean and it will safely go down deeper than a whale can dive on an empty stomach.
I rest my case on the fragile skin of an egg, gathered fresh off the nest of an open-range chicken farm: Man did not walk on the moon because there was no material made that could have protected man in an airless environment! In fact, the supposed space suit said to have contained a man has since disintegrated while locked inside a controlled environment. Not too hot, not too cold, not hammered thin by pressure, not burst asunder by internal demands exerted by an absolute vacuum just one inch away. And we haven't even begun to consider the complexities of radiation, or the necessity for heat transfer to keep our pseudomoonwalker from freezing to death while he was being fried to a crisp.
the author: Lin Stone graduated from the 4th grade
a dozen years before the alleged trip to the moon
was broadcast to a gullible world. He was a devoted
fan of the long-run television series, Star Trek.
"Why, Captain James T. Kirk came closer to walking on the
moon than the space crew did," he told
reporters just before he disappeared into the Death
Valley Desert on his annual "survival of the fittest"
expedition with 3 pseudo-scientists determined to
prove to him that Evolution was more than the half-
baked theory his rudimentary ratiocinations projected.
"You can't fool me," he cackled.