Steph Curry says he doesn’t believe in US moon landings:
Stif-phon, the prima-donna of the hardwood floors, should stick to what he does best; double dribbling the basketball, chew on his mouth piece and making 3 pointers. No taking it away from the guy, he is a great player, BUTT his logic may be clouded from sniffing too much Curry Powder.
NBA superstar Stephen Curry said he does not believe the U.S. landed on the moon, according to a podcast Monday.
Curry asked one of the hosts if he believed that the U.S. landed on the moon. When the host said no, Curry agreed, but said he didn’t want to “start conspiracies.”
If Curry doesn’t believe that man landed on the moon, I can imagine what his take on/opinion is with man going to Mars.
Personally, I think all of the volunteers have a few screw loose for buying a one-way ticket. According to the experts, it will take 300 days to get to Mars. Can you imagine a dozen or more people confined in closer quarters for 9 months. If and when the space craft does land, by that time, they will have offed one another.
We have enough problems we can not handle here on Mother Earth to deal with, let alone blowing billion$ of dollar$ trying to inhabit Mars.
IFFFF, and it is a ENORMOUS IF, they do pull it off, the visitors may run across some creatures living on Mars and be sorry they made the trip.
If we invade their planet, they most certainly will retaliate.
Steven Hawking, one of the most brilliant men to ever live did say; they are most certainly out there, BUTT we should NOT hope the visit earth, they may destroy us.
Curry is not alone with his assumption. There are millions of Doubting Thomas out there that share Stif-phon’s opinion. Lets face it, that was a gigantic accomplishment of monumental proportions for mankind, especially 49 years ago.
https://www.space.com › Spaceflight › Human Spaceflight
Aug 27, 2012 – Upon taking a “small step” onto the surface of the moon in 1969, Neil … Earth heard, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.
If it was a hoax, (anything is possible) they did a pretty good job of orchestrating the operation.