Educate me on the power source used to power the lander for the days on the moon and, just as importantly, power the AC and heating units which would have obviously been necessary given the extreme cold/heat that the craft would have been exposed to for all those days. Got any spec sheets that you can post that demonstrate that they had a sufficient battery bank (weight is a concern here remember and is why craft construction had to be so flimsy/light) to ensure survival of crew on the moon. The ones I've read/seen (of the official kind) sleuths have posted online clearly indicate that the range of operation - specifically associated with battery capabilities in relation to the maximum range of temperature tolerances within which they are able to function and, if exceeded, are guaranteed to fail - wasn't up to the task. The above was posted, btw, by an engineer who was curious enough to apply practical thought to the most basic of problems. hint...not enough power with 1960's batteries let alone modern tesla etc..
Imagine having to 're-invent' the lunar rovers tires? [www.collectspace.com
Imagine NASA having to re-create, from scratch (because all the data is lost somehow), the whole process and start all over with the Orion project. ...testing the Van Allen Belts all over again with sensors to measure the radiation before sending Astronots into the same 'dangerous' region as they confirmed in the vid. You've seen their recent vid on this I gather? Just questions ...no talk around.;)