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Originally posted by pippadee
Why would we use anti gravity to get to Mars then use non anti gravity to roam the surface ?
Originally posted by greatlakesThe Mars-1 IS NOT GOING TO MARS IN ITS PRESENT FORM. Its an experimental test vehicle.
Originally posted by zorgon
There is also another thread here currently active that has given me cause for thought, as it is in direct connection to the theory that NASA and Space Command have it in mind to arm space and generally make us out the "bad guy" out there...
Google Video Link
Originally posted by zorgon
I may be taking a break from these threads for awhile, even if it means having to play "catch up" later...
Originally posted by Zarniwoop
Well, you deserve a break my freind. I don't think this thread would have gone on for 9 months without you
Originally posted by tommyknockers
Earth based high resolution Moon imaging.
This guy is using:
Mak-Cass127mm focal length of 1500mm
Here are some samples of his results:
Originally posted by greatlakes
Of course the US wants to weaponize space.
Originally posted by tyranny22
I'm not sure if this helps or causes more questions. When I'm trying to determine a "fake" or whether a pic has been manipulated, the first thing I do is look for any "clone stamps," meaning identical spots that have been brushed together. However that doesn't apply to this image because "cloning" wasn't available to the developers of this image ... at least not digitally. It would have taken A LOT of work to "clone" something back in the 60's. So with this images I focuses on lack of detail and/or blurring of the image.
First, I combined all images by overlaying landmarks. Next, I dropped guides over all the crosshairs that I could find. Not all the crosshairs lined up perfectly. I suspect that there may have been a small tilt when the negatives were scanned, leading to a gradual difference as the guides progress across the image horizontally. It seemed to line up rather well vertically.
This image is a screen shot after I placed guides.
Notice the abundant crosshair marks at the bottom of the image and the lack of marks closer to the top. And I realize that I may have missed a couple, so please point these out if you find more. You can look at the difference both ways. Either the top of the image has been "touched-up" and crosshairs were not replaced, or the bottom of the image was "touched-up" and too many cross hairs were placed back into the image.
Here are a couple areas (in red) I believe to be doctored, either for lack of detail or for blurred spots that do not appear to be natural. These are just basic regions, I'm not attempting to pinpoint a specific spot:
C'mon guys...Whilst I'm of the mind that there is something VERY strange going on on the moon, which is most likely attributed to humans, in my opinion, further back in human history than 40 yrs ago, not in the last 40 yrs as demonstrated by the "derelict" condition of much of the machinery outlined in this thread...
You have heard that incredibly ancient machines were found on Copernicus? Quantify "incredibly ancient", if you can.
Would this be related to the ship recently reported (and shown on YouTube) of the ship? It looked like it was incredibly ancient, too, and I seem to remember the time frame of 1.5 billion years. There is also a report of skeletons.
What would have caused this extinction? Obviously something big, right? They left the machines up there in mid action. The ship was left, and unrecovered bodies were left inside?
What happened? Where was the rest of their people? No one came back to check on their comrades or gear?
originally posted by greatlakes
.....not in the last 40 yrs as demonstrated by the "derelict" condition of much of the machinery outlined in this thread...
Originally posted by johnlear
Watch for posts that contain reference to mining equipment as 'ancient' or 'derelict' ...yada yada yada...