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originally posted by: GemmyMcGemJew
It happened, clearly. We have a mirror up there which we use to measure the distance between the earth and moon. Case closed.
The Lasers Bright Magic' by Thomas Meloy Page 876 "Four years ago (1962) a ruby laser considerably smaller than those now available, shot a series of pulses at the Moon, 240000 miles away. The beams illuminated a spot less than two miles in diameter, and were reflected back to Earth with enough strength to be measured by ultra sensitive electronic equipment." Many types of signals can be bounced off the Moon, even without any type of reflectors. In the 1950s, Moon-bounce was used to communicate around the curvature of the Earth. If you were in the military and wanted to talk with someone in Hawaii from California, you would bounce your conversation off the Moon.
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: namelesss
one can peek through a simple telescope to see the trash left behind on the moon!
Apollo Moon Landing Flags Still Standing, Photos Reveal
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera
I host no 'beliefs', one can peek through a simple telescope to see the trash left behind on the moon!
Gurdjieff and Ouspensky The Fourth Way philosophy claims to help individuals cease to be slaves of external and internal influences by building up a core of heightened consciousness. Its ultimate goal is the realisation of the full potential of human evolutionary possibilities. Its founder, George Gurdjieff (1872-1949), frequently spoke of the thoughtless mechanical behaviour of humanity, and was fond of commenting humans are “food for the Moon.”