a reply to: Maplestory777
Ah here are two, not photo shopped just heighlighted, have a laugh as you think of all of those people saying there are ruin's and body's up there
because that is what only the mad do, they laugh at something that may very well be real but hey they were going to burn copernicus right.
Heighlighted by me, very poorly I might add to show the part's of what I believe to be an upturned tracked vehicle, it's tread's still on the ground
along with at least one of it's wheel's, the cab split into two part's that DO fit back together and some kind of cargo that resembles (only
resembles) wrapped body's between them.
The larger stone at it's left and the smaller one to it's right seem to fit together as well, think some kind of tower or something else knocked
over, assume that the broken off part goes were that long dotted line shows it fit's and stand that end at the base of the object.
But hey you knew this was a red rag to a bull and some of us were going to respond.
Original full image
Some areas of interest, not the right circles area is the one I am going to pay attention to here.
From a defunct website that you can still find some of on the way back machine but sadly most of its content is lost.
So what do I see
A strange boulder leaving a track behind it, not that strange but let's have a look shall we.
(does that boulder look suspiciously like it has wheel's or even a tracked half back to it,
very strange looking stone eh?.)
Lets have a look at a tank that is sitting in desert somewhere, they decay really fast as you know and this one is relatively well preserved for a
battle damaged vehicle, this is on earth remember.
The moon is an extraordinarly harsh environment, some thing's may last decades, some century's but it is not a storage depot, cold and heat cause
molecular ductile fracturuing and seperation of crystaline structures in metal's, Longer chained non symetrical crystaline material's such as
Organic's are exposed as are the crystaline structures to intense heat and cold, radiation, particle bombardment, micro meteor and indeed larger
impact's, impact ballistic splash from nearby and not so nearby impact's as there is little or no atmosphere (the moon is not a perfect vaccuum but as
near as we can get inside the solar system though there are probably trace gas near to the surface especially when impact's happen) to slow down these
ejecta which then rain down like bullet's.
Over time this will eat away at, sand blast and decay any object with the notable exception of the more resiliant and less likely to be used in
manufactures object materials which occur naturally in the solar system such as Iron Nickel condrites etc which are very tough material's, most of the
moon's surface is powdery, some rock's but they too are at least dusted in that powder.
So yeah nothing to see there it's all rock's put your head back into the sand and forget it ever was even suggested that there might be.
This should be an interesting thread star and flag.
edit on 24-3-2017 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)