Tuesday, September 27, 2022

One in Six Britons believe the moon landing operations are contagious


Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at wnobserver.com

NASA made history after landing on the first ever manned mission on the moon in 1969, yet many still do not believe the view on the moon, saying it was just an event organized, while others say it is fake and totally unreal.

Apollo 11 mission was eagerly watched by everyone around the world, a large number seem to believe it has already been organized.

A new survey found that 16 percent of Britons believed the moon’s landing had been abandoned, and a survey of 2039 adults in the United Kingdom questioned their beliefs in the various moon landing theories.

The results revealed, 12% of Britons believed that the Moon’s fall was probably organized, while 4% thought it was “definitely” fake.

Interestingly, older respondents were less likely to believe that the landing process was organized by young people.

The survey also found that one out of every four Britons believed the threat of climate change was exaggerated, while one in five believed that vaccines had adverse effects that were not fully detected.

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