First of all, people wanting
to believe something is the main reason why there is such an abundance of stupid conspiracy theories. The only thing that matters is whether a belief is true or not. (The definition is kind of the key here, a belief that is essentially an opinion is of course neither true nor false and rarely stupid, except when it's grossly misinformed. But a belief such as "man did not land on the moon" is really a claim, and as such its validity is subject to facts.)
Secondly, having an open mind is fine, but buying into every crackpot claim out there is clearly not. To my mind, having read a lot about this subject, believing that the moon landings have been faked is pretty much on par with believing that the earth is flat.
The claim that the moon landings have been faked is one of the most thoroughly debunked conspiracy theories ever. Now add the fact that the people peddling this nonsense to sell their books are still sticking to the same old stupid arguments ("the shadows aren't parallel") even though it only takes high school physics to debunk most of it, and there you
And regarding the technology of that time: The programming language C was created three years later.
Why haven't there been more moon landings then if it's so simple?
There has been a total of six manned moon landings
(the last in 1972).
If you really don't know this, please stop talking right now and do some research first.