Here is how the Daily Mail sidebar describes the story about Nasa’s recent discovery of water and metals in a lunar crater:
See if you can spot the difference.
Incidentally, the Moon’s surface isn’t 6% water anyway – the experiment was done specifically in a crater which is always in shadow, precisely because water there would freeze, and wouldn’t boil away during the scaldingly hot lunar day. Finding the Cabeus crater is 6% water is not the same as finding the entire moon is 6% water.
At least the comments that try use this as “proof” that the Apollo landings never took place because Neil Armstrong et al never found any silver (even though they did) have been red-arrowed to “Worst rated” oblivion, as has someone who worries that taking the moon’s silver might “render crystal healing utterly useless”.