posted on Aug, 7 2007 @ 06:26 PM
Originally posted by Postal76
That infrared image of the moon is pretty amazing; I can't say that I've seen anything like it before.
And John, you seem to really like that Aristarchus picture. What exactly do you find peculiar about it? Don't the Clementine photos show the same
thing? The color is somewhat odd, but nothing about it says "fission reactor" to me. How did you reach that conclusion?
First of all its the first man-made structure that has been photographed on the moon and posted on the internet. Its arched domed structure is
elegant. The blue is obviously radiation combining with molecules of air. There are obvious roads, one of which goes into the lit rectangular opening
just below or to the west of the dome. There are buildings behind the dome.
With hundreds of times the capability and resolution this is what Clementine got:
This is the usual U.S. Navy hodge podge display of obfuscation. The Navy loves to make inside jokes attempting to ridicule the public. Their
Clementine moon pictures with spiders in craters and snails at Reiner Gamma are really sick jokes but typical of Navy behavior. The real photos can
only be seen if you have the correct algorithmic code and if you don't have that you are more than likely to see flying pigs.
And oh yeah, I know you are going to tell me that you thought Clementine spun out of control and ran out of gas after photographing the moon many
years ago. Oh yeah, forgot to tell you. It was back orbiting earth last year. How did it get back here if it was out of control and out of gas? Ask