A base on the darkside of the moon?

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PostThu Sep 30, 2010 5:52 pm » by Fossitt


The moon has its more controversial mysteries, too. Some think extraterrestrials have or once had bases there. Some think there's stuff on the moon -- other than the hardware, flags, and debris left there by the Apollo astronauts - that the government knows about, but is not telling us. Decades - even centuries - before we sent ships to the moon, observers with telescopes have claimed to see signs of intelligent life or design there. Indeed, there are many enigmatic photos that seem to show shapes and structures on the lunar surface that don't fit conventional explanations. Perhaps there are reasonable answers for them, but those answers are not easy to find.

Here's a look at some of those lunar anomalies:


The Shard. This one, in a photo snapped by the Lunar Orbiter, has been named "the shard" or "the tower," by Richard C. Hoagland, who comments on this photo at Richard Hoagland's Lunar Anomalies. Taken from a distance of about 250 miles, the strange structure (if that's what it is) would be enormous - seven miles high, by Hoagland's calculations. (The star-like shape above the tower is a camera registration mark.) It's difficult to believe that such a huge structure actually stands on the moon... so what are we seeing in this photo? Is it a plume of "smoke" from some lunar gaseous emission? Are we seeing the ejecta from a meteorite impact? What is it?
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The Castle. This strange object, photographed during an Apollo mission, has been named "the castle" by Hoagland. It seems to have a definite structure, like the remnant wall of some ancient building. The bottom looks as if it has rows of support columns, above which is a high spire. Whatever it is, it's much brighter than the surrounding landscape. Is it just a trick of light and shadow? A photographic anomaly? Or is it all that remains of some rich Martian's get-away retreat?
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The Ukert Crater. The Ukert crater, located near the center of the moon as it is viewed from the Earth, contains this amazing equilateral triangle. According to Luna: Arcologies on the Moon, each side of the triangle is 16 miles in length. And note the three bright objects around the perimeter of the crater - if they are joined by straight lines, they too would from an equilateral triangle. Is this evidence of intelligent design, or merely a fantastic coincidence?
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Strange Reflection. This is one of my favorites because it comes directly from a famous photo from the second Apollo mission to land on the moon, Apollo 12. The photo is of astronaut Alan Bean and was taken by Pete Conrad as both stand on the lunar surface. You can see Conrad in the reflection in Bean's visor. You can also see some instrumentation in the foreground of the reflection. But what the heck is that thing hovering in the sky in the background, pointed out here as "artifact" by Luna: Astronauts Among the Ruins? You can even see the shadow it casts on the ground behind Conrad. It's been seen as everything from a UFO to a hanging light fixture by those who think the Apollo landings were faked. Yet this photo is really puzzling. We can usually find reasonable, or at least plausible, explanations for the other photos shown here and elsewhere, but this one is truly enigmatic. What about it NASA? What the heck is that thing?
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As mentioned above, strange things have been seen on the moon for centuries -- usually flashes of light or color, or lights that appear to move across the lunar surface. These are known as transient lunar phenomena (TLP), and many of the reports, dating from 1540 to 1969, have been cataloged by NASA. But perhaps the best source for this kind of information is The Lunascan Project, an organized effort by amateur astronomers to record and document TLPs.

Such flashes of light and color could be attributed to meteor impacts or perhaps some kind of gaseous emissions, but harder to explain are the "fastwalkers" that have been videotaped by several amateur observers. This one, from the Lunascan Project, is a capture from a video taken by an amateur Japanese astronomer several years ago.

The dark object (circled in the upper photo and pointed out in the close-up in the lower photo) moved from north to south some unknown distance above the lunar surface. What could account for this anomaly? A satellite orbiting the moon? (It would have to be enormous to show up like this.) A satellite orbiting the Earth that happened to cross the the observer's field of view as he or she was videotaping the moon? (Steve Davis at Lunascan puts this idea in doubt, too.) So what could the unexplained object be?
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Yes, we've been to the moon, we have mapped it extensively, and we have brought back lots of rocks for study. But the moon still remains a great source of mystery and wonder.

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PostThu Sep 30, 2010 6:26 pm » by Boondox681


Yes, we've been to the moon, we have mapped it extensively, and we have brought back lots of rocks for study. But the moon still remains a great source of mystery and wonder.


once again...
240,000 miles.
that's one way to the moon.
480,000 miles round trip.
literally,physically impossible.
no shuttle mission has EVER ascended above 407 miles.
that says it all.
there is NO argument against this fact and one more....
the van allen radiation belts start at 400 miles.coincidence?
there are none

bring your list when you go there because santa is going to want to see it.
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PostThu Sep 30, 2010 7:34 pm » by Blaborde1488


How can you bulid a base on something made of cheese?

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PostThu Sep 30, 2010 7:35 pm » by Fossitt


boondox681 wrote:
Yes, we've been to the moon, we have mapped it extensively, and we have brought back lots of rocks for study. But the moon still remains a great source of mystery and wonder.


once again...
240,000 miles.
that's one way to the moon.
480,000 miles round trip.
literally,physically impossible.
no shuttle mission has EVER ascended above 407 miles.
that says it all.
there is NO argument against this fact and one more....
the van allen radiation belts start at 400 miles.coincidence?
there are none

bring your list when you go there because santa is going to want to see it.


haha i did not write that last bit my personal opinion is that we have never been there :cheers: for your input dude

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PostThu Sep 30, 2010 7:35 pm » by Fossitt


blaborde1488 wrote:How can you bulid a base on something made of cheese?


hahahahaha i dont quite know what else to say about that lol :flop:

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PostThu Sep 30, 2010 7:40 pm » by Drjones


I don't think there is a human base on the moon.I just feel an operation like that is too big,you'd have to ship materials from earth,you'd have to have hundreds of personnell involved spanning decades.
An alien base or an ancient alien base and or ruins is more likely to me.
I would also like ot bring up Gary McKinnon's comments about non terrestrial officers and images of a large cigar shaped UFO orbiting above Earth,it seems possible to me we do have a secret space agenda,with advanced technology.It would be a very small operation but i think it is entirely do able,it could be kept secret.
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PostThu Sep 30, 2010 7:41 pm » by E6722maj


whatever

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PostThu Sep 30, 2010 7:43 pm » by Boondox681


fossitt-than for the clear-up
i'll put you back on the 'rational' list :D
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PostThu Sep 30, 2010 7:44 pm » by Drjones


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Ok watched the video but in all honesty mate :top: :top:
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PostThu Sep 30, 2010 7:46 pm » by Fossitt


boondox681 wrote:fossitt-than for the clear-up
i'll put you back on the 'rational' list :D


me rational hmmm not sure about that dude :alien51: but :cheers:


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