Re: Science Saturday: Astronomical Edition
I will ignore your insults but the fact is that your conviction that the lunar landings did take place is based on your wish to believe, not the 'mountain' of evidence that presumably exists. All this sounds very much like religious faith to me, i.e. unprovable. Unfortunately, that is what has characterized the debate on over the lunar landings -- an unwillingness on the part of the 'believers' to accept that there is no way of proving that the event did in fact take place unless it is replicated using the same technology that presumably got us there in the first place.
And, by the way, it wasn't my intention to argue that creationism could be proven correct, just the opposite. The basic tenets of the biblical account - the earth being 7,000 year old etc, can be shown by modern science to be incorrect.