The Space Conspiracy : The Causes Of The Space Race

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Since the dawn of time, humans have fought to discover the truth about the world around us. In spite of the society's opinion or its denial of factual evidence, the strongest among us still prevail with the truth. Those who prevail write conspiracy theories for those who are too weak to do it themselves. In turn, the weak must read these conspiracy theories and become enlightened. In this way, we as a society will finally learn the truth about the biggest, most influential lies that plague our world. The top 4 conspiracy theories that meet this criteria are both eye-opening and life changing. They must not go unacknowledged.
Sitting comfortably at spot #4 is a theory that involves not only our world, but the mystery of space and the universe surrounding it. On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon...so it seems. In order to understand the motivation for this conspiracy, one has to go back further than that fateful day in 1969. All the way back to August 2, 1955: the beginning of the Space Race. The Space Race was a competition between the United States and the Soviet Union in order to declare supremacy as the leading nation in spaceflight capability. Fueled by contemptment over the nuclear arms race and having been rivals during the Cold War, the Space Race became a prime opportunity for either country to prove their superiority. The first manmade satellite was successfully launched just two years later, securing the first victory for the

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