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John Lear's Moon Pictures on ATS

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posted on Jul, 26 2007 @ 05:27 PM
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Originally posted by Chorlton
Ive seen the light. Im not mad. I cant see pink elephants but I can see you on the moon ! Its even got your hair !


Another intelligent contribution from the master of wit...

:shk:

Take a look at this image below... Its from the RAF.... its a WWII recon photo...

Look at the two items labeled "rocket" and "trailer"



Based on that analysis, they planned bombing missions...
Do not pressume that nothing can be learned from studying images... the military, NASA and other scientific bodies pay top dollar for those with image recognition skills

Now do you have anything of value to add to the thread, or do I hit the "noise deletion button"?
If you neither see nor believe that is your right, but as has been pointed out, there are hundreds of thousands visiting here who wish to see the presentation...

To all....

Stay tuned... something exciting comes this way....


Pegasus has a new team member... an amateur astronomer and image analysist... Wait till ya see what he brought us




posted on Jul, 26 2007 @ 05:32 PM
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Thanks for the new image John.



Here are two structures, outside a main parking lot with extra (priority?) parking nearer to the building.



posted on Jul, 26 2007 @ 05:35 PM
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Thank goodness Chorlton a breakthrough and you have finally seen the light. I know you have tried harder to see anomalies then any ATS member in the history of this thread. We all commend you for seeing John and his hair on the Earth's Moon. Since you are able to see anomalies better now on the Moon you have not seen anything yet. You can not believe the exciting things in store for you viewing the anomalies on the Moon. Congratulations you are one of us. Rik Riley

[edit on 26-7-2007 by rikriley]



posted on Jul, 26 2007 @ 05:38 PM
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Hi Zorgon,

Thanks for the reply but none of those areas you have pointed out are what I am looking at.
If you look at the original ESA image I posted and look at the approximate 9 o'clock position on the inside rim that is where it is.
Downloading and zooming will make it much clearer, actually See4myself was spot on with the position.



posted on Jul, 26 2007 @ 07:01 PM
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Originally posted by sherpa look at the approximate 9 o'clock position


Oops wrong crater image, sorry


You are referring to this?






Dang thingy looks weird... like a huge arch. If you look near the bottom it looks translucent, like glass. You can see the rock ledge continue through behind it. The area to the left/down looks covered in wires or something...

I will see if I can find a higher resolution version



[edit on 26-7-2007 by zorgon]



posted on Jul, 26 2007 @ 07:17 PM
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Perfect Zorgon you got it!
And if you look at the Apollo photo I think you can confirm it.
Sorry I could not post the exact anomaly as I don't have any graphics software, it looks as if I am going to have to remedy that.



posted on Jul, 26 2007 @ 08:13 PM
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You know looking at it reminds me of an open cast mine where they use High pressure water to wash the minerals out and the very flat albeit pock marked bottom surface of the crater is the mud or wash out.
The cable looking things could be the supply hoses.
I realise of course this means a water source, (not likely),but this might be incredibly old.
The walls also have that kind of stepped appearance, I am not sure if thats natural for a crater but would be for mining.
The other thing is scale I havn't tried to work out how big that thing is and I probably would not be very good at it but I might have a go later.
And regarding the glassy looking construction, thats what made me think originally it may have been tampered with but now I don't think so.
Maybe that's why it doesnt cast a shadow although that may be down to either the translucent material it is made of or the lighting may be in the wrong position.
Whatever it is it is going to be the source of a lot of conjecture methinks.

Regards.



posted on Jul, 26 2007 @ 08:14 PM
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Originally posted by chucktaggart







Here are two structures, outside a main parking lot with extra (priority?) parking nearer to the building.



Nice work Chuck. Except what you labeled medians are really reflecting pools. The lower, horizontal one flows via waterfall (hard to see) into the one that is oriented vertical.



posted on Jul, 26 2007 @ 09:15 PM
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Hmm.. Reflecting pools and waterfalls on the moon? You think you've seen it all until...



posted on Jul, 27 2007 @ 08:21 AM
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Please... Someone... Without any smart-ass sarcasm... Answer me...

(I'm not putting you down or trying to discredit you or anything, and I'm being genuine when I ask this, but...)

Are you all serious?

I haven't read the entire 196 pages but is this thread simply about outlining clustered pixels and then trying to convince others that there are things like spaceports on the moon?

I'm sorry, but if thats the case, I can find literally ANYTHING in those pictures.

[edit on 27-7-2007 by mecheng]



posted on Jul, 27 2007 @ 11:41 AM
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Thanks for the package Zorgon, I couldn't reply to your U2U because I haven't 20 posts yet.
Now I am not used to looking at magnified images in graphics software but when you get to the point where the image starts to pixelate should all the little squares be the same size, as the ESA image has some bigger squares in places like just in front of the anomaly.
My feeling is that these mean that the image has been tampered with, the thing is am I right in this respect.
Could anyone who is used to using graphics packages advise ?



posted on Jul, 27 2007 @ 12:56 PM
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Originally posted by sherpa
Thanks for the package Zorgon, I couldn't reply to your U2U because I haven't 20 posts yet.
Now I am not used to looking at magnified images in graphics software but when you get to the point where the image starts to pixelate should all the little squares be the same size, as the ESA image has some bigger squares in places like just in front of the anomaly.
My feeling is that these mean that the image has been tampered with, the thing is am I right in this respect.
Could anyone who is used to using graphics packages advise ?


In general that is a clear sign to me that the images have been tampered with. One thing to consider though, a lot of these images are actually mosaics that have been put together from a series of images. This could potentially be a reason that one portion might be more pixelated than the other, but it all depends. Maybe show the exact point of the photograph in question and get some opinions about it?



posted on Jul, 27 2007 @ 01:53 PM
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Thanks chucktaggart,

Again having to feel my way round using this software, but I have put a rectangle around the area that has the bigger squares.
You would have to zoom in on this area of course to see what I mean.
Regarding mozaics, I don't think such a small area would have constituted a seperate picture but than again who am I to say





posted on Jul, 27 2007 @ 02:02 PM
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Originally posted by mecheng
I haven't read the entire 196 pages but is this thread simply about outlining clustered pixels and then trying to convince others that there are things like spaceports on the moon?

I'm sorry, but if thats the case, I can find literally ANYTHING in those pictures.

[edit on 27-7-2007 by mecheng]


Is that the sound of you volunteering to write NASA to get better images for us? If so, i happily accept your offer of assistance.

[edit on 27-7-2007 by bigfatfurrytexan]



posted on Jul, 27 2007 @ 04:13 PM
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Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
Is that the sound of you volunteering to write NASA to get better images for us? If so, i happily accept your offer of assistance.


No. Just answer my question please. (Again with the smart-ass answers!)

Maybe NASA doesn't have any... I don't know. But to sit here and outline a patch of grey or a patch of white pixels and jump to the conclusion that there is a spaceport on the moon is, in my opinion, crazy. Now, again, if that's what you like to do with your time, no problem, so be it. I'm really not ripping on anyone.

I just want to know... is that what this thread is about, looking at a bunch of blobs and speculating what they could be? Because I found the likeness of Jabba The Hutt in one. Or is there anything more concrete? Like I said I haven't read the entire 196 pages.



posted on Jul, 27 2007 @ 05:42 PM
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Originally posted by mecheng
I just want to know... is that what this thread is about, looking at a bunch of blobs and speculating what they could be? Because I found the likeness of Jabba The Hutt in one. Or is there anything more concrete? Like I said I haven't read the entire 196 pages.


I apologize for being smart.
I was stricken by the moment.

Seriously, if you want to know, you should likely read the whole thread. There are things on here that are not "blobs". There are some that are, but if you look back around page 130 we discussed Izhak crater and the alleged space ship found there by NASA on Apollo 20 (as reported by RetiredAFB on Youtube). Also in the page 120-130 range we discussed Aristarchus and its blue glow. There are many instances of objects that are much less blob like. I think about 20 pages or so ago i posted a picture that shows a shadowed orb floating a few hundred miles above the surface. Very clear, very easy to see and make out...no blob at all. Or the tracks that mirror some seen on Mars made by what we assume is some sort of machine.

You should also cross reference to the Clemintine thread. While it is not as informative to me as this thread, it is an excellent resource.

You really should at least scan all the pages here. There is a lot of stuff and it is worth working for to get to.

[edit on 27-7-2007 by bigfatfurrytexan]



posted on Jul, 27 2007 @ 06:05 PM
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Ahh.. right I have found a possible reason for the floor of the crater looking so smooth, (other than the official "lava flow after impact"), the image looks very similiar to those on the Link below.


www.lunaranomalies.com...

Incidently I apologise to John and everyone if this subject should not be here, I am aware that the thread was created specifically for Johns photos
and I am posting on one I found, but let me know if it shouldn't be here.



posted on Jul, 28 2007 @ 12:55 AM
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Originally posted by mecheng

I just want to know... is that what this thread is about, looking at a bunch of blobs and speculating what they could be? Because I found the likeness of Jabba The Hutt in one. Or is there anything more concrete? Like I said I haven't read the entire 196 pages.


There is really a lot of information here. I know it's a big thread. But a little investment in time could be worth something...whether you see anything or not. In any case, I'd advise you to not join the "sarcastic club" (jabba the hut?). You're only insulting yourself with that sort of talk.

If you see something you don't agree with, you should specifically point it out. It's perfectly OK and very welcome to debunk findings and theories with credible research.



posted on Jul, 28 2007 @ 12:59 PM
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Originally posted by sherpa
Again having to feel my way round using this software, but I have put a rectangle around the area that has the bigger squares.


First thing you need to know..
The image you have is a low res jpg... IE compressed and that make for rectangular pixelation

for graphics editing you need to work with .tiff or other format... paintshop pro uses .psp which is fine and you want to save clips in .png format as that one format will not give you loss but can be posted on the internet


jpg images from ESA and NASA are not the best to hunt anomalies in, but the .tiffs are hard to find, and impossible on some images... So if jpg is all we have, you need the highest res possible look for images that are say 1.5 megs or higher to work with.

It will take a while for you to get the hang of it... there are many PSP help website with easy to follow tips



posted on Jul, 28 2007 @ 01:15 PM
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Originally posted by mecheng
No. Just answer my question please. (Again with the smart-ass answers!)


How was that a smart ass answer? One of the problems presented in this thread is NASA is withholding the high res images...

:shk:

I respect that you don't want to bother reading the thread... it is huge, to NOT read the thread and say "you see nothing" seems a little silly to me... How can you see if you don't look?

All the anomalies are cataloged here...

Main Menu

I want you to specifically look at this page...
The Keep



Maybe NASA doesn't have any... I don't know. But to sit here and outline a patch of grey or a patch of white pixels and jump to the conclusion that there is a spaceport on the moon is, in my opinion, crazy.


Your opinion is noted... however we disagree and there have been many documents presented that support the images... but again, one would have to read those...



I just want to know... is that what this thread is about, looking at a bunch of blobs and speculating what they could be? Because I found the likeness of Jabba The Hutt in one.


No this thread is about analysing several images from NASA and uncovering the coverup. Please show me the Jabba the Hutt, don't have that one yet
. We need to find those type of images that people see to eliminate them.

Here is the grid map of Copernicus go to the bottom of the page you will see a list of items... if after you look closely at that list you still see nothing, then perhaps your "equipment" is not up to snuff.

Copernicus Grid Reference

Explain to me please how this image is "just a blob"



Here is a highlighted version. This artifact can be seen in the original Cop#1 without any enhancement if you know where to look, and that info is on the grid map



You also asked if we were serious...

Yes VERY SERIOUS... we have many respected researchers on the team. and have just added a new one that well... wait and see LOL... but we are serious

The Living Moon

[edit on 28-7-2007 by zorgon]



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