So, you only believe what is personally proven to you. Then you must not believe history, either. How about science, do you insist on repeating every experiment ever performed by mankind? Have you measured the speed of light, or do you believe it from books? Do you believe that the bread you buy in a store really contains the ingredients marked on the package, or do you audit the bakery to verify?
What would it take for you to believe that NASA did, in fact, land people to the moon? You apparently have no trouble believing the Fox TV show.
I happen to be well versed in physics and math, and certainly in logic. I also experienced the space program personally, as it unfolded, on a day-to-day basis. I remember where I was when the first man stepped on the moon, I saw it live on TV. I was a college student at the time and felt that the evidence I saw was sufficient, beyond any reasonable doubt, to prove that what I saw on TV was really happening. I also saw the jubilation of the guys at mission control -- they'd have to pretty good actors to put that on! Not to mention keeping such a secret all these years. And I saw this repeated, not once, but many times over.
And Apollo 13? That was just a little side show, to add more realism to the hoax?
Come now, I can read between the lines. You would believe a bunch of charlatans spewing pseudo-science before you would believe an American institution that has brought so much to mankind through the research and development that was a part the space program.
"In God we trust, everyone else bring data"