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I think I'm about to mindfuck a bunch of people with this one:

People often cite the "we bounced lasers off the moon!" but ignore we were bouncing lasers off the moon BEFORE the moon landing ever happened! (seriously look it up yourself). The moon is naturally reflective, some parts more than others.

And if you think we can shine a laser onto a 2 foot wide retroreflector 238,000 miles away accurately and have photons come back to us when a round trip for light to the moon takes 2.51 seconds while Earth is moving through the universe at 1.3 million miles per hour (SERIOUSLY! LOOK IT UP!) and Earth would have already moved 906 miles by the time the light reaches us, making it immeasurable to us, I don't know what to tell you.

This is according to YOUR science that YOU believe in.

Disclosure: I do not believe the moon landings happened or in the globe model or that space exists.