In the mission Apollo 14, in the beginning of the descent on the moon, the astronauts could see a problem with the Abord Stage button, which is the button which allows to drop the ascent stage before returning to the command module, and which is only taken into account in the powered descent.
This problem would come from a spurious signal in the abort logic command interface.
The astronauts have warned Houston about this problem, which asked the MIT team, which developped the AGC, to find a solution for this problem.
A young developper would have sent a sequence telling the AGC to ignore this spurious signal, a sequence which was sent to the lunar module, and that Mitchell would have typed on the keyboard of the AGC.
The only problem is that the guidance program is entirely contained in the core rope memory, which is hard wired on earth, and that the astronauts could not modify.
So, it means that typing this sequence was useless, since it could not modify the hard wired guidance program.
In short, this problem with the abort stage button appears to be a good joke.
In fact, before making this video, I had not really looked into detail the procedure which had to be followed in the abort fix.
This time I have done it: I describe it in this link, and I show that it’s totally absurd, nonsensical.
I also talk about the famous 1202 alarm of Apollo 11.
The conclusion is that these absurd events are very obviously hints that the engineers are giving us to make us understand that these descents were not real.