We've all likely seen that footage of the space walks like Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walking (or skipping, if it is more accurate) on the moon. Some say that this was all fake and man never did walk on the moon in reality, but what I want to know is why they even wanted to. What real tangible benefit could have come from that? Yes they brought back rocks to find out what is different about rocks on the moon compared to the ones on Earth, but other than that knowlege I don't see anything we got out of the whole thing. How is that knowlege even useful, anyway? Are we already planning to colonize the moon? And if so, what's wrong with Earth that they aren't telling us? What do you think?