As a matter of fact I have touched the moon.<quoted text>
Have you ever touched the moon?
Why do you jump in and ask stupid questions, which have nothing to do with the conversation?
No one looked for life in the hot springs where the temp was thought to be too high for life to survive. Then one day, a scientist decided to look and low and behold, there was life!
Science is asking questions and finding the answers. Science does not care one way or the other about anything supernatural, unless they can found proof of it, then it becomes part of the natural world.
If all you christians could agree on any point, maybe someone would take you seriously, but as it stands, no two christians can agree.
38,000+ sects of christianity and you want me to believe that you have a handle on the right one? You, who tosses the scientific method out the window every chance you get? You who does not act like jesus told you to? You who never read the entire bible?
What are your credentials? I'll tell you. You have none.
For years NASA at the Johnson Space Center had a moon rock on display. Visitors were allowed to touch it. So to answer your question, I have touched the Moon along with thousands of others.
Since I lived in Houston for many years. We made several trips to NASA. In those early days before Disney came in there. It was free of charge.