Well, I haven’t, and I’m pretty sure you haven’t either. But collectively speaking, we humans have definitely gone to there. Some people think we didn’t. Those people are wrong. (I’m tired, so I may not be providing quite the usual level of sparkling prose and witty repartee for this one.)
For now, this is just going to be a placeholder with a list of some other resources, to which I might add my own thoughts on certain specific points in future. I’m holding off on that for now, mostly because I have absolutely no astronomical or aeronautical background of any sort whatever, and everything I’m about to discuss has already been talked about in more and better detail by many more qualified folks. I know that the whole point of this blog is to say things which have already been said elsewhere, but have never before been said by me; still, I’m going to stop at putting up some links to more informed resources for the time being. Places you might want to go to learn why we know that the evidence strongly asserts that people did walk on the surface of the Moon include (but are not limited to):
Moon Base Clavius
A Debunking of the Moon Hoax Theory by Robert A. Braeunig
Fox TV and the Apollo Moon Hoax by the Bad Astronomer
And even Wikipedia’s page on Apollo Moon Landing hoax conspiracy theories has some pretty good discussion and citations at the moment.
So yeah, I’m delegating this one for now. Maybe once I’m more experienced and less averse to doing research, or actually think I know some things, I’ll come back to it.