Life on the moon, Alien or Extraterrestrial ?

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Life on the moon, Alien or Extraterrestrial ?
Posted by stepping beyond on Tuesday, October 29, 2013 8:10 AM

I've been observing the moon for a very long time, longer than most of our children are old. In my observations I've observed all sorts of anomelies and structures and my previous observations of the lunar surface was confirming that there really are bridges up there. I'm not the only person that has seen evidence of such structures and my next quest is to visually observe the glass dome that was photographed in 1967. Since the Apollo missions we haven't put feet back on the moon, slthoug we've had the plan to make the trip back but, the mission was scrubbed and LADEE was launch last month. Still no feet on the moon but, with the samples and data LADEE takes will confirm what I believe and so many others already know. This will be so cool to finally have confirmation and to know that it was a fruitful endeavor on my part.


 

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Posted by chipdatajeffB on Tuesday, October 29, 2013 11:26 AM

If you're not aware of it already, allow me to point out that several moon-mapping missions by lunar-orbiting spacecraft have photographed the Moon over the past several decades in much higher resolution than it can be observed from Earth.

Nothing of this sort has been photographed by those missions. The only relics that appear in those photographs are from the Apollo missions.

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Posted by Centaur on Tuesday, October 29, 2013 11:32 PM

stepping beyond

Still no feet on the moon but, with the samples and data LADEE takes will confirm what I believe and so many others already know.

I completely concur with Jeff. I’m afraid that your assertion has no scientific foundation. As Julius Caesar wrote, “People believe what they want to believe.” Sometimes they even see what they want to see. Science demands solid evidence.
 
As Jeff notes, previous missions in low orbit around the Moon have mapped it in far greater detail than any telescopes or astronauts ever could. The only detected artifacts on the Moon were sent there by humans.
 
An awful lot of nonsense is spread nowadays through the internet and cable TV. Hucksters make money telling unfounded stories that people want to believe.

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Posted by DaveMitsky on Wednesday, October 30, 2013 1:12 AM

Images from the LRO can be seen at http://wms.lroc.asu.edu/lroc_browse

Neither the HST nor the largest professional ground-based telescopes can produce images like this one - http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/LRO/multimedia/tycho-peak-gal.html#.UnChgfmsjTo

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Posted by JoelTothemoon on Wednesday, October 30, 2013 6:31 AM

Dear Centaur.
I was very happy to read your message!
Do you, like me not find that quote to simply be neutralizing itself?
If one would believe it then one would only do so because there is a will to do so when it fits ones own worldview, is that not right?
I wish i had a telescope, then i to could observe the moon for years and years because then i would be able to make a scientific conclusion about if these things do exist, until then i trust my old pals whom are exploring the moon!

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Posted by stepping beyond on Wednesday, October 30, 2013 12:03 PM

Thank you Jeff for your clarification, this matter has always left me wondering if there was something not being told.

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Posted by stepping beyond on Wednesday, October 30, 2013 12:08 PM

Thank  you Centaur, Your right about the TV and internet "Hokesters" and I'll not take it any further.

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Posted by stepping beyond on Wednesday, October 30, 2013 12:10 PM

Thank you Dave, the links are cool. I'll bury this Topic

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Posted by stepping beyond on Wednesday, October 30, 2013 12:16 PM

Joeltothemoon, I appreciate your input. This post is being buried, I do wish you would have the opprotunity to view our neighbor and all the "GEMS" that are above us. It truly is captivating, hopefully your worlds above will be within your reach.

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