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    Investigating The Claim Of Neil Armstrong And Buzz Aldrin 1 Investigating The Claim Of Neil Armstrong And Buzz Aldrin 1 Presentation Transcript

    • Investigating the claim of neilarmstrong and Buzz Aldrin
      By Jennifer G.
    • What the World Thinks
      A 1999 poll said that…
      • 89% of the US believed it actually happened
      • 6% thought it was a lie
      • 5% were undecided
    • Evidence Supporting a Real Landing
      Why would the US fake such a big deal?
      • Wouldn’t they figure that someone would find the truth eventually?
      How did the astronauts not burn on the moon?
      • The spacesuits can radiate heat, and they have a cooling system in them.
      How did the astronauts make footprints, but the Lunar Module didn’t?
      • Since the moon’s gravity is 1/6 the Earth’s, the Lunar Module didn’t weigh as much as it did here.
    • Evidence Supporting A Hoax Landing
      During an interview with Stanley Kubrick’s wife, she explained that Stanley and other Hollywood producers were hired to help the US win the space race
      There are two of the same backgrounds in different pictures that NASA said were taken two miles away from each other
      There were no recorded plans for a return trip
    • Reasons the USA Would Fake
      Motives were…
      • Take away attention from the Vietnam War
      • Wanted to win the space race
      • Money purposes
      • They raised lots of money to go to the moon, and could've used it to pay off debts
      • Risk of failed landing
    • Questions Proved~ Moving Flag
      • People who think it was a hoax
      • Say since there’s no atmosphere on the moon, the flag couldn’t be moving
      • People who think it’s real
      • Say it was rigged with a rod and wires so that it would look as if it was unfurled and blowing in Apollo photographs
    • Questions Proved~ Filming Issues
      People who think it was a hoax
      • There’s a picture taken looking up at Neil Armstrong. If he was the first man on the moon, who took the picture?
      People who think it’s real
      • A video camera was fixed on an extending arm to swing out and capture the historic moment.
    • Questions Proved~ No Stars
      People who think it’s a hoax
      • Say that there should be stars in the background
      People who think it’s real
      • Say that the stars were not bright enough to be captured on camera.
    • What I Believe
      I believe that the moon landing really did happen because it doesn’t make sense in my mind to question NASA on this. I know that there are a few things that attempt to prove the event was a lie—It’s suspicious to me, though, that we didn’t start questioning the landing until technology had improved.
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