posted on Jul, 13 2005 @ 11:47 AM
I've heard that they are on the dark side of the moon, it would be reasonable because the moon is always pointing our direction. That would be a good
place to keep those "nosy" humans from observing their activities. The moon has no atmosphere so the ruins may not have been eroded away (excluding
meteor impacts). It would be quite the find, I think that's what the apollo astronauts saw when they first orbited the dark side.
be ruins on the moon but they are not what Richard Hoagland claims they are. He thinks that they are glass palaces on the moon! Like
seriously, glass? Glass would not survive very long in and enviroment that is constantly heated and cooled. The moons "soil" is very, very
corrosive. This is a factor that is hindering our colonization of the moon. Not to metion, micrometeors, and even regular meteors. Turns out these
"structures" are just film grain.
That Cydonia thing looks strange but you got to avoid what Hoagland says about it, he complicates things, real scientist proven his evidence wrong. He
lacks rational thinking when it comes to these things, one of his claims was that Nazis had a presence on Mars, seriously, turns out to be rocks in an
arrangement. Even I reviewed one of his claims and he turned out wrong about the Iapetus' orbital inclination, I think I posted it.
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[edit on 7/13/2005 by GoldEagle]