If there are some facts, which are not consistent with this assumption then supporters of the theory of "Lunar Conspiracy"
should present 100 percent evidence that these facts are incompatible with the statement: "The astronauts were on the moon."
Until today, this has not happened and we know that it is almost impossible.
However, on the other hand, it is also impossible with 100 percent probability of proving :
"Yes, people were on the moon," since the day of July 20, 1969 lies far in the past and this past does not exist now.
It follows that then state of affairs fundamentally unprovable.
This approach may be quite difficult to accept.
However, one must get used to the idea that,
with the exception of a few tautologies in the logic of statements
This statement seems too academic, scholarly, and extravagant.
But this is actually a useful practical guide
which significantly helps in real, "simple" life :