posted on Apr, 12 2014 @ 11:14 AM
I am admittedly watching the video on a very small screen, but I don't see anything at all in his circles.
Why the hell do people pad their videos out with endless cruft? Nearly 20 minutes for an event that lasts a few seconds? Get some editing skills,
There is some sort of dark dot that goes across the screen for a few seconds, but the resolution is so horrible that it could be anything -- ranging
from what the YouTuber alleges it is, to a bug, or to a video artifact -- and other possible explanations in between.
Considering nobody else has mentioned a bunch of new craters that suddenly appeared on the moon (and there are many, many amateur astronomers who
noticed new craters), I'm leaning towards this being something other than an impact that produced craters. If new craters were
crated, then they would still be there for all of us to see.
In fact, why doesn't the original YouTube uploader just SHOW us the new craters as they look TODAY. They should still be there.
If this guy wants to prove
impacts, then he is going to need far more than this ambiguous video.
edit on 4/12/2014 by Soylent Green Is People because: (no reason given)