[XAP]Bob wrote:There was not the technological capacity to fake it.
You're ignoring that Stanley Kubrick did fake it.
[XAP]Bob wrote:There was not the political capability to fake it.
Due to compartmentalization (the need to know basis) anything can be kept from the public. Hundreds of thousands of scientists worked on the Manhattan Project and it was kept secret. What I am pointing out is A. Far more sensitive than that and B. Doesn't need hundreds of thousands, or even thousands of people involved.
[XAP]Bob wrote:There has never been the capacity for a conspiracy that large to persist for more than an hour.
That's easy to refute in two words - Cottingley Fairies. Two kids fooled the world for decades. Experts were baffled. Some people would have not believed fairies exist, but experts couldn't debunk the photos regardless of who believed what. I would guess that a lot of people did believe fairies exist based on the photos and the fact that "the experts" couldn't find any flaws with the evidence. This only all came out when the kids had turned into little old ladies and admitted to faking the photos, after something like 60 years or more had passed.
[XAP]Bob wrote:You have still failed to explain one natural phenomenon, or demonstrate a single phenomenon that contradicts the theories put forward in this thread.
"Everything is CGI" is not an answer - do you know how many people are deeply involved in even the simplest of animation tasks?
Right but as I have said they can just be put on a need to know basis, or threatened, or paid a lot, or all of the above.
Anything I have shown you up to now has been met with denial like the Tim Peake somersault, or people on harnesses.
There's another one with a guy fading away as he floats into a hatch on the ISS but is there any point showing you it when you'll just say it's not a CGI layering mistake, it's all just fine?
When two cyclists get married, they should throw anodized cable crimps instead of confetti.