posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 11:40 AM
reply to post by SayonaraJupiter
But you are repeating the claim as valid despite being told it wasn't several posts ago.
The tapes are available.
There was no unearthly music.
It was radio static.
Any other explanation is woo.
And are you really saying that NASA released the tapes because LunaCognita made some ludicrous claim about UFOs?
The actual transcript document is dated June 1969.
edit on 8-3-2014 by onebigmonkey because: (no reason given)
and to add some further depth to this, here is an article from 2001 about the transcription process:
And here is a link to what appears tobe the contents of the CD that was publicly available for many years before lunacognita et al did their
The important thing to draw from these documents is that a document wasn't available on the internet is not the same as 'not available'. The
publishing date on a web page is not the same as 'this is the date it first became available'.
As it clearly states in the text:
Researchers can use the mission transcript scans on this CD to search particular words or phrases spoken during a mission, find the GMT or MET
when they were said, and use the tape database to then find the actual audio tape.
So all you needed to do to listen to the audio was to know which tape to ask for.
The tapes had also been listened to by countless people, both during the missions and afterwards as secretaries and typists transcribed the audio: for
every transcript released before the audio was made public someone had to have listened to it. Not one of those people ever came out and said "Hey
aliens are playing dark side of the moon at me".
If the defence of the original youtube video makers is that 'well they hadn't heard the tapes', then that pretty much shoots their argument that they
know what was heard not just in the foot but squarely in the head.
edit on 9-3-2014 by onebigmonkey because: missing words