Do you get tired of "hoax" nonsense on the Internet?

Contributor: Bignuf Bignuf
While doing some lazy web surfing, and looking up details of the latest NASA and ESA achievements in space, I fell into some "oh it's all a hoax" websites. You know the kind, "we never went to the moon", "we never sent men into space"...etc.

The thing that really drove me crazy was that on the same exact site with all the "proof" that the space program was a big hoax (that thousands and thousands of people have been able to keep secret for decades...yah, right), also had pages talking about the "fact" that NASA was "covering up" finding buildings on the Moon, meeting aliens, bombing alien structures...etc.

WHAT? How exactly can NASA be faking going to the moon, but hiding all the cool stuff the astronauts ran into while on the moon??????

If it wasn't for the fact that some of us have had such a weak science background as to believe this nonsense, and not question the insanity of the claims, it might be funny. Sadly, it's not. Worse yet, I would hope any thinking person might question the contradiction of these sets of "hoax" pervayors and realize they had no clue what they were talking about.

Oh well, anyone have any thought on this???
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Contributor: Inquisitor Inquisitor
Please excuse this digression but, I went to a NASA "open house" and it was so unbelievably cool. To marginalize the work that NASA employees do is just wrong. The difficult work that these people do is just amazing and really should be celebrated. If anyone gets the opportunity to go to a NASA site, take it. It is eye opening to see first hand what math can do.

Back on topic, If we never made it into space/the moon first; how did we know that there were buildings on the moon? Second, how could find the alien structures to send a missile to bomb? I'm a little confused on that.

Finally, yes, I'm very tired of all the misinformation that these "truth" websites portray as fact.