Spaceman: there are kilo’s of moonrock with a composition that is clearly different from terrestrial rock gathered by the Apollo astronauts. These have been studied, up to this very day, by scientists all over the World (not just American scientists). All in on the conspiracy? No way!
And check out Phil Plait’s Bad Astronomy website which has a special page debunking moon hoax ideas which a.o. says this about your radiation argument:
This is complete and utter nonsense. The van Allen belts are regions above the Earth’s surface where the Earth’s magnetic field has trapped particles of the solar wind. An unprotected man would indeed get a lethal dose of radiation, if he stayed there long enough. Actually, the spaceship traveled through the belts pretty quickly, getting past them in an hour or so. There simply wasn’t enough time to get a lethal dose, and, as a matter of fact, the metal hull of the spaceship did indeed block most of the radiation. For a detailed explanation of all this, my fellow Mad Scientist William Wheaton has a page with the technical data about the doses received by the astronauts. Another excellent page about this, that also gives a history of NASA radiation testing, is from the Biomedical Results of Apollo site. An interesting read!
For the rest, I agree with Nettie. There are too much conspiracy freaks entering this forum lately. We deal with real hoaxes here, not with invented hoaxes.