Proof II: Rocks, Photos, and Stars
Now that we have highlighted the main arguments, it should be clear that the evidence presented against the authenticity of the Moon landings can be countered by both our everyday experiences and scientific analysis. In some cases, the assumptions that form the basis of the argument are already wrong. One should never believe that providing direct evidence of an event from the past is entirely hopeless, even if it occurred many years ago and on another planetary body. Despite the issues with evidence that I discussed in Chapter 3, you can at least find clues and indications that can be used to support an inductive analysis.