We were and still are all geared to follow set narratives whether they're truth's, half truth/half fabrications of the truth or lies. As far as this moon landing goes, none of us outsiders know the whole truth or whether there is any truth is the story told, in print or video or photo. It all comes down to how each person absorbs themselves into whatever story was told at whatever period of time. The reality is, people are conditioned to have a pack mentality by following that official narratives that do not tolerate counter arguments, not matter how much logic is applied. It ends up with mass opinion sort of taking a stance against anyone who dares to question any official narrative. Basically, do not question authority, or else. Generally we are coaxed into riding along on a wave of emotion attached to many many things. This moon stuff being one such wave. If anyone questions it, they're nutters or tin foil hat wearing dummies or even intelligent loners in their mothers basement just wanting to be a martyr....and so on. Any person who argues points against something like this, whoa re not entirely convinced stuff like this happened as it was told, is generally shot down by mass opinion that generally relies on four main points. 1. The videos are proof it happened. The thing with this mindset is, we know how easy it is to manipulate anything via movies and how movies create a subconscious mindset of a belief in something being legitimate,a s opposed to manipulated. 2. The press conferences of how they achieved it. Same with this. It's also easy to tell/sell scripted stories by using puppets to portray something as a truth, that may not be the entire truth or the truth at all, equally as much as it being all truth. 3.Too many people were involved. Hundreds of thousands. Compartmentalisation and mere speculation and exaggeration can easily cater for this storyline narrative. 4. It would've been so hard to fake, it would've been easier just to go. This appears to be an argument made, more for rubber stamping a supposed achievement and making that achievement as the doable whilst the supposed fakery was impossible. Clearly we are almost bullied into acceptance without knowing, either way. The issue is whether you believe it all happened in its entirety as to what you were schooled into or whether you think most of it is true or none of it. No outsider, other than those who were privy to the actual reality of whatever it was as a set up can argue anything as their fact. It comes down to mass opinion verses minority opinion and we all know mass opinion takes precedence, every time, unless any conspiracy theory becomes a conspiracy, fact. There's a myriad of reasons why it's all true and a myriad of reasons why it's all fake. One thing for sure. It...and conspiracies like it, divides opinion unequally but also creates bad feeling between those that go with it and those who go against it, with those on the fence managing to see both points but not wanting to upset the apple cart.