Ever since the beginning of time, scientists around the world were interested in the moon and what it was like up there on the "floating rock in space." The moon makes our planet different from some of the others. It has been here, probably since the beginning of time, but is it possible that we have ever been there? Man has never set foot on the moon for many reasons, some being the radiation problems between earth and the moon, Sanskrit Vedic Scriptures' texts, and the proof of a staged landing.
First of all, how can man carry out something as far-fetched as the flight through the Van Allen radiation belts without a single side effect? The Van Allen belts by American-Heritage definition reads, "Two zones of high-energy particle radiation trapped in earth's magnetic field and surrounding the planet, beginning at an altitude of about 800 kilometers and extending tens of thousands of kilometers into space."
NASA's excuse of aluminum paint on the films and cameras is pretty hard to believe. The Apollo spacecraft would need to have two-meter thick shielding walls to prevent the super-charged particles of the belts from burning up the astronauts inside (Plait 159). The belts are hazardous to unmanned spacecraft, and even more unsafe to the people within the manned ships. It is nearly impossible to go through these belts without ample protection from the radiation (Branley 185). The smallest car accident more than likely leaves a mark of some kind somewhere on the body, but how can something as immense as flying through the Van Allen belts not leave a mark on any of the astronauts on the ship (Lindsay 17)?
Secondly, the Sanskrit Vedic Scriptures suggest religious-based evidence that man is not intended to place foot on the moon's surface. Sanskrit Vedic Scriptures...