The unbelievable human psychology of Moon Landings

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The unbelievable human psychology of Moon Landings

Big Cave
All these back and forth of validating and denying the authenticity of Moon landings may not come to any conclusions until NASA owns up, but it never will.

So, how to definitively see through the big lie of Moon landings?

Well, there is one way and it has to do with human psychology, which obviously NASA totally missed out.

So, here's the thing. Would any astronaut (a human) going to a far-off and unknown place that no one knows if the environment is hostile or not and not knowing if there is any imminent danger or not, 'carelessly' step out of the capsule without arming himself of any self-defense weapons in the event he is attacked or harmed by strange and unknown inhabitants that could well be hiding in ambush?

No matter how fearless and prepared one is, it is natural human psychology not to behave in such a cavalier manner and totally throw caution to the wind.

The fact that the astronauts are never armed with any weapon for self-defense and appear so fearless with no sense of acknowledgement of any unknown danger that can happen to them is just UNBELIEVABLE.

What makes any of them think the Moon is just a playground when they've no real data and evidence to rely on that the Moon is a safe place to step out to? Of course this is ridiculous, unless the whole Moon landing is just a make-believe and a studio act, where there is zero possibility of any unknown danger.

The human psychology exhibited by the first man Armstrong landing on the Moon is plain careless, cavalier, juvenile and hence totally unbelievable.

The Moon landing is a hoax! Totally!

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Steve
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what's more astonishing is the gullibility of the masses to go on believing it AFTER a slew of evidence supports total fakery. But yea, just another common sense point about self-defense.
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These are great points. Cavalier is a good way to put their recklessness. I think Astronauts like Gus Grissom, were trying to point this sort of situation out. Not just that of the Cavalier mentality, but also how unlikely it was to travel to the moon in the first place. As such, Grissom suffered an untimely death.

Here is a link to a brief description of what I am referring to.

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Steve
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DarkSharkD wrote
These are great points. Cavalier is a good way to put their recklessness. I think Astronauts like Gus Grissom, were trying to point this sort of situation out. Not just that of the Cavalier mentality, but also how unlikely it was to travel to the moon in the first place. As such, Grissom suffered an untimely death.

Here is a link to a brief description of what I am referring to.

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wow, i didn't even realize his son and widow thought he was murdered.

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a very powerful spotlight
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