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The Secret Military Moon Base Probably Actually Exists

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posted on Apr, 17 2018 @ 03:14 PM
a reply to: roguetechie

Sorry I haven't had a chance to keep up the last few pages, and I noticeably haven't been responding.

Normally with any thread I get I try to respond to nearly everyone so I've dropped off a lot here for maybe a week - 2 weeks now.

I'm totally embroiled in an alternate reality (my messed up life) lol.

Thank you very much though.

posted on Apr, 20 2018 @ 01:03 PM
a reply to: muzzleflash

No problem man, you mentioned that you were dealing with IRL issues so I tried to keep it going and at least somewhat answer the extremely good questions skeptical people were asking.

I'm sure I frustrated the hell out of them with my refusal to be specific about things, but I was just trying to be intellectually honest and frankly that left me having to say i don't know to almost all of them.

The secret fuel that might exist which I was referring to is basically a silicon based liquid fuel which reacts and burns both oxygen and nitrogen!

Now if you look at the composition of our atmosphere by percentage, something that uses nitrogen instead of oxygen in combustion is going to be capable of pretty phenomenal power densities.

Now unfortunately this fuel has one pretty glaring technical deficiency. That being that shorter chain molecules of this silicon based hydrocarbon analog are ridiculously unstable and tend to detonate at random.

So yes you have this awesome potential fuel with phenomenal energy content, but you have to figure out how to synthesize it extremely precisely with literally none of the shorter chain length molecules in them. With hydrocarbons this isn't an issue.

The lore behind all this goes that the Nazis were developing this stuff but kept blowing up. Post war paperclip happens and project silver bug etc end up way the hell out in the middle of nowhere Western Canada... (Somewhere people won't notice the frequent explosions and you can police up the debris from your destroyed prototypes without prying eyes)

Now assuming that you did close in on workable solutions and didn't want the other side to know... Well the avrocar fiasco would probably be a pretty good way to do the hiding. (Also if you look at the avrocar's museum career, you'd almost start to wonder if maybe it didn't have WAY MORE significance than a failed prototype should)

Ok so what's the problem with any of this and why would you be reluctant to bring it up?

Because it's intimately tied with the whole nazi wunderwaffe genre and crowd who I frankly do not trust even a little bit if they're the only sources on something.

And on this thing, there's enough other tantalizing tidbits and etc Out there surrounding it that it can't be dismissed out of hand. That said, there's also not nearly enough of these tidbits and etc out there to fully counteract the taint on the subject that the initial stories coming out of the wunderwaffe woo factory rightfully imposes on the subject.

posted on Apr, 21 2018 @ 09:49 AM
I would assume that there is a difference between the progress of civilian technology and military technology.

Say, Military would easily be about 20 to 70 years ahead in term of technologies in various areas. So over time, military sending some soft disclosure to civilian sectors in the areas such as medical or computer science.

Its been an interesting read took me about 2 hours to get through all this
(munching popcorn off course

Regarding communication from the moon to earth if doing "secretly" can easily be doing a pinpoint communication to nearest military satellite and relay it to other military satellites until it reaches to a base at earth. (speculative of course)

So a military lunar base is quite plausible and it doesn't have to be using ancient rocket technology since it doesn't make sense to me, when our civilisation is progressing in a breakneck speed in the various area of technology such as computers, medical and infrastructure related and we still use rocket science

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posted on May, 6 2018 @ 06:08 AM
a reply to: muzzleflash

What a lot of BS the Moon is the most watched object in the night sky, anything going there would be seen also consider how long it took to build the ISS and how many nations had to help.

No bases plain & simple.

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