It’s been brought up recently, did man really walk on the moon. A lot has been made out of the fact a NASA Engineer stated that, in regards to the Van Allen Belt, and getting through it, “We must solve these challenges BEFORE we send people through this region of space". Why would a NASA engineer be saying this, if apparently this was already done in 1969? What does this mean, was it all a lie to outdo the Russians? And then in turn the Russians lie just to prove they can do it too? There are so many good arguments on both sides of this debate, and lots of evidence from both camps. But the Van Allen belts may just be the smoking gun, especially since no one has been through them since the Apollo missions…. … NASA say they didn’t spend long enough in the belt to be affected, but it was still a few hours ….

So, what do you think? What are your thoughts on this? Did they really get there or was it filmed in Hollywood? Why would the NASA Engineer even say something like that if it wasn’t true?