For years and years tons of conspiracy theorists have proposed that the moon landing made by the United States Government was not real.
The reason most of these theorists give for their proposal is that the U.S. just wanted to assert their dominance in their race to space with Russia.
This claim has become more and more popular as the years pass.
There have even been various polls where more than 20 percent people from America believe that their country never stepped foot on the moon.
Once the Apollo missions came to an end during the seventies, the U.S. never went back there. This is reason enough to create grounds for suspicion.
People say that, with the sophisticated technology that we have today, it would be relatively easy to find out if modern moon landing footages are real or fake.
The only time the United States astronauts landed on the moon was Richard Nixon was serving as the president of the United States.
In addition, since the Watergate scandal, many people have different opinions regarding Richard Nixon’s reign as the president.
In this comprehensive article, we will go over all the tiny details that propose enough evidence to make you think that the landings were indeed hoaxes.
You will also find some of the explanations that NASA made for every entry in order to have a clearer perspective. So without further ado, let us begin.
10 The Rock With The Letter “C” On It
There is a famous photo that is still making waves all over the internet. In it, there is a rock that you can clearly see on the foreground. This rock has “C” embedded onto it. Upon taking a closer look, you will notice that it is perfect in its symmetry.
Because of this, a lot of people believe that the letter is not simply a random natural occurrence. There have been tons of suggestions claiming that the rock was just a prop having the letter “C” on it written by an alleged filming crew.
It is highly likely that one of the crew members mistakenly turned it towards the wrong direction accidentally showing the rocks marking on camera.
The explanations that NASA has tried to provide for this are quite conflicting. In one explanation, they said that the photo developer added the letter to make a practical joke. In another explanation, they claim that what appears to be the letter “C” is actually a piece of stray hair that randomly tangled someplace while the picture was still in the development stage.