The Moon is inhabitated

Discussion in 'UFOnauts' started by wwkirk, Jun 3, 2019.

  1. Georgek

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    What happens when that research is wrong?

    I think you are talking fictional film clips, but the reality are the ones with the white suits

    I am not going to look how this started, but I suppose you are saying that it life existed up there then science would have found it?

    How far are we looking back....1968?

    If I remember correctly this was the time of the ECC82 double diode tubes and HT transformers.
    Are we to assume that this junk was loaded into a rocket and that our astronauts were able to land on the moon?

    For anyone who may not realise, this is science!

    We travel through the highly radioactive Van Allen belts with tin foil for deflection during this Cold War as to be the first to land man on the moon.

    Are we to assume this was the first manned mission to have gone through without a glitch?

    Can you imagine the catastrophic consequence if our first landing had failed?

    Not only would that have shown inferiority but an outstanding failure in arms and conquest .

    Do you honestly expect us to do this research whilst the ones who should be doing the research are playing it by sheer chance?

    This is hardly the enterprise of gaining fellowship?

    Nor is it the basis of learning.

    I cannot accept for one minute that without trial mankind was able to land a man successfully on the moon.

    If that be the case and the basis of learning what have we learnt by it?

    NOTHING!

    It shows bias, misleading, false interpretation and a doubt whether this actually happened?
    Are we all mesmerised by science that we have to give up all basic values to adopt something based on research that in itself shows inconsistency and false virtues and doubt?

    This is not my learning but again I am not led by the nose.
    Watching old films of fictional status....I would rather not.

    Others may...it is up to them.

    The Clangers are the best I had ever watched.
     
  2. wwkirk

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  3. The shadow

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    I own a copy. let me say the photos are OLD.. better high res images do not show most of the features in the book.. BUT I seen enough to believe that we were met and warned away..
     
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  4. Double Nought Spy

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    I would be a little bit surprised to learn there are a few aliens living on the moon. There might even be a galactic truck stop there. I'm sure the food's a hell of a lot better over here on Earth though. Really thought it's all about the fuel prices.

    Two hundred and fifty million is just silly. That's the population of the United States thirty years ago. It's approximately the current population of Indonesia, the fourth most populous country in the world. It's ten times the population of Australia. But yeah, John Lear has been batshit crazy for decades.

    There are some very intriguing photos from the moon though. I'd love to visit and see for myself if there is any, er, development anywhere in the craters and the rocks and the powdery dust.
     
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  5. The shadow

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    what are we to make of moving objects on the moon?
     
  6. nivek

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  7. Kchoo

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    DOH! double bogey!!!!! You have no idea how hard it is to putt in those huge, puffy spacesuits...
     
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  8. Castle-Yankee54

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  9. The shadow

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    this highly reflective object moved up and out of the crater.
     
  10. Dejan Corovic

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    That's just a rock tumbling out from the edge of the crater. One can clearly see these alternating marks caused by boulder tumbling from one side to the other. It is known that there are earthquakes on the Moon, so one just needs a strong moonquake to give the boulder enough energy. I bet that if satellite returned to that spot few months later the 'mystery object' would still be in the same place.

    'Lucky' rock just needs to be in the right place, in the right time and of the right shape. Something very similar, but not the same, as these objects called sphericons shown in the video bellow. And we can clearly see footprints that tumbling rocks make in the above photos.

     
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  11. Dejan Corovic

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    Moon is exposed to constant solar winds and it doesn't have atmosphere to protect it. So, surface of the Moon is under high voltage that depends on that solar wind. So much so that Moon actually has 'atmosphere' which mainly consists form tiny particles that are lifted by electrostatic field. This 'atmosphere' even give sunrise and 'sunset' to Moon. During the 'sunrise' solar wind slowly but surely deposits electric charge on that slice of the Moon that is experiencing morning. As surface is charging electrically regolith dust particles start lifting and creating the 'atmosphere'. Opposite happens during the Moon's 'sunset', solar winds is dying out on that side and dust particles are falling back on the ground. Moon's day lasts 30 Earth's days, so daylight part is 15 Earth's days and night is 15 Earth's days.
     
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  12. Castle-Yankee54

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    I see a boulder that rolled down hill.
     
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  13. spacecase0

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    what gets me about all this is that in the victorian era they reported of lights on the moon, and weather obscuring the lights sometimes.
    the lights would move locations after a while (a few weeks to months)
    there are now lots of high power telescopes now, so why are high resolution photos so hard to get ?
    people that personally own large telescopes now report what the victorians did, yet none of the really big telescopes seem to have ever been pointed up there to see what is really going on...
    if there is weather going on up there, I would have thought that it would have been looked into, even if it is electricity creating dust suspension or something else fun, people are sure seeing something up there, so why is no one that can actually verify what is going on looking into it ?
     
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  14. Dejan Corovic

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    Moon sometimes has earthquakes and volcanic activity. That can be source of lights visible from Earth.

    It's hard to imagine that light produced by a life would be seen from a distance of 300,000 km.
     
  15. spacecase0

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    the way I read it was more like someone describing work lighting, sort of like lights we would put up at a stadium.
     
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  16. Dejan Corovic

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    Correction: Moon doesn't have volcanic activity.

    I just watched a video about Moon and guy said no vulcanos. Back to the drawing board.
     
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