I have been coversing with Omega85 about the possibilities of individuals mining the moon for precious metals. The more I look into this being a fact,
I keep stumbling onto these picture's that pretty much back up my assumptions of it being"Fact", though I don't have conclusive evidence to prove
any of the photo's, I can definately say with no disregard that there is alot of anomalies on the moon that strongly imitate mining dig's that are
here on earth, and I don't just mean one find of the evidence at hand either, there are all kind's of photographic images of the moon that tend to
support this theory.
I will see how much visual (Hypothetical) information of the proof's of this being a reality. I will keep posting them to this post under the
"Edit", and I am sure there are going to be a few.
So guy's, Help me authenticate them, or help me "Debunk" them.
This is an animation drawing of what a Lunar base would look like, it was designed by Engineer's of geographical,Scientifical,Mathematicians and
Space aeronautical/aerospace capacities thought and intelligences.
This is the site I aquired the animated photo,very intelligent read for the insight of the possibilities:
Look at the similarities of the former picture's that I have posted, it is truly remarkable.
Here's the first one that I found with startling similarities to a earthly mining area.
super questionable images from the Moon.
This is on our nearest neighbor, whom we've visited!
Most of these pictures were taken by the Apollo astronauts
as they orbited. I think before long they're all going to come out with the truth
of what they saw, and why we haven't been back.
Here is a very wide spread and abnormal anomaly. If it is from a meteor impact, it's the first "Artistic and Unnatural Phenomena" I've ever seen
This is an article of discussion of possible Asteroid or Moon facilitations for to mine either of them , it doesn't declare that they have achieved
it yet, but if the Gov. is thinking about it already,"Who knows?".
However, there are debates and discussions on which one is better, and some people are taking sides, e.g., for establishing a base or embarking on
a first mission to retrieve material. It may be premature to take sides at this time, especially as there are continuing discoveries such as ice at a
lunar pole and newly found Earth approaching asteroids which are cheaper to get to.
Here is an interesting tid-bit of information that concurrs with my initial thoughts on the possibility that they could be on the moon already. As for
the constant search for the information of either us or another life form already inhabiting the moon already,there seem's to be a self concious and
gut feeling that it is probably the human species that is already inhabiting our nearest satellite already.But, as the way the self annalitical goes,
I will let you be the judge.
Over time, of course, economic expansion makes projects like a Moon Base more affordable and, sooner or later, we will be able to undertake a
lunar program without having to spend an Apollo-like fraction of the nation's wealth. During the past century and more, the American GDP has doubled
in real terms about once every twenty-five years and there is every reason to believe that growth will continue for a long time to come. Economic
expansion comes largely as a result of gains in productivity and, certainly, the limits to our creative use of new machines, new processes, and new
resources are nowhere in sight. As the wealth of the nation grows and, indeed, as other nations acquire spaceflight capabilities, the total level of
space activities will expand - albeit with ups and downs superimposed on the overall trend - to the point that construction of a permanent lunar base
will become feasible. If, for example, we assume continued investment at about 0.25% of the growing GDP and we also assume that we could conduct a
space program that included both a space station and a lunar base for about 30 billion 1990 dollars, then we might see a resumption of lunar
operations - preceded by a decade or more of preparatory work - in about 2015.
Of course, if the NASA budget allotment were to grow more quickly than the economy as a whole, we could build the lunar base sooner than 2015.
The source of information:
It doesn't look as if I was to far off on the possibilities of the "Lunar Mining Missions" being in progress as we speak. I was going through some
other alternatives for what the would be nesseccary for such an event to take place, I imagined it would be something of a treaty of sort's, low and
behold,"Look what I found." And you don't do thing's like this unless there is an in initiative to produce such a document. It is a very long
read, I have'nt gotten a chance to go through all of it of course, but the proverbial "Ball" is on the roll.
Your thought's gentlemen?
Treaty on Principles Governing The Activities Of States In The Exploration And Use Of Outer Space, Including The Moon And Other Celestial Bodies
January 27, 1967
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