When you post here in the D&D forums, we want people to use coherent sentences, complete with punctuation, proper grammar and English spelling.
While you're learning how to do that, read the rules of this board; it's fairly strict, and we don't condone simply dropping off a link or "I saw it on TV".
It's rather ironic that the bulk of the supporters of this conspiracy theory got their information from a mass media of some sort... anyway, back on topic:
No shadows on the moon? I was being sarcastic because your claim sounded so freaking stupid: There were shadows; dude there's shadows on Earth too, does that mean it's a hoax that we're here? Next time when you say something, try to explain
what you mean.
For the record, I know you're trying to refer to the whole "there were spotlights in the studio" claim by conspiracy theorists, but there's no evidence in that; the evidence found in documentaries can be easily discredited with claims of cropping or photo editing.
Not to mention most documentaries made on the moon landings try to convey one point and one point only; don't believe what you see, and not
that the moon landing was a hoax (not in the literal sense) if you actually read their credits, it even says they're not trying to prove it to be a hoax, they're exploring the possibilities.
Heck, most documentaries even cut off the flag planting footage on the Apollo 16 landing and say "the flag waves like there is wind"; the flag was waving because someone was holding it, and they cut the footage right after they insert the flag. The flag stops moving after it's rooted.
If it really were a hoax and they filmed it, isn't it even more peculiar that they'd actually overlook such a simple fact? We're talking NASA, the space program, guys who launches people into space (that fact is undeniable, whether or not the landing was a hoax) I'm no astronaut, but if I could spot that flag waving, they could've too, and if they were trying to fool us, they'd simple do a re-take with a rigid flag.
Seriously, the whole reason why this is even a hoax was because people didn't believe what they see on TV... so using anything shown on TV as an argument kills your credibility as a whole to begin with.