Originally posted by johnlear
Of course, the real story, as many of us know is that there were 2 saucers on the ground in the primary landing area and that is why they had to
overfly and find someplace else to land. And we all thought it was great of Neil to bring the subject up on his '60 Minutes' interview when he
really didn't have to.
The trouble I have with all of this "space stations on the moon" garbage, is that you'd think someone who is watching the night sky closely would
notice some sort of activity going on by the moon. And yet, there isn't. Everyone continues to put down NASA for not releasing information, but
they fail to remember that NASA is not the only organization watching.
How would they get supplies? wouldn't people notice all of the launches from Earth? Or do these aliens hide behind the moon all the time?
220,000 miles takes a while, even if you are going 10,000 miles an hour.