I would argue that Science ... is rarely Proven ... especially in the space science field.
If it was, they wouldn't be developing anti-grav ... even in a small scale as in a recent topic.
If we have all the facts, if we have all the proofs ... then there is no more discoveries.
I am not trying to get under your skin, so please don't take it as a personal attack, it is just that statement of science being fact/proven/etc. is
quite a load we have been beaten with from early childhood ... I for one, saw through it at an young age. I think the first time they said 'big
bang' and then i asked questions and there were non-sense answers ... it made me realize how much they assume, extrapolate, and make decisions on
what you 'learn'. Why, do we teach this in school if it is not a proven fact? How many other leaps of faith in man have we made in our textbooks,
We are good little subjects, we believe what we are told. We don't doubt.
What is funny, when someone throws a wrench into known theories, they are a kook ... but ... when we find out decades later, they may have had it
right, we don't apologize, we just make excuses as to why we didn't see it their way, and point out some miniscule difference to make it seem like
the original scientist was still a bit off the rocker.
I say to not question the bull they shovel us is intended naivety, which is very similar to planned ignorance. Some people cannot open their minds
up, and I don't fault them ... but those with IQs over 140 shouldn't limit themselves to such laughable conclusion to everything ... especially
information based on what people tell you, which even in the field of science, money and opinions have managed to reach a hand in to manipulate
results in their favor.
If you look at everything with a clean slate, a child's curiousity ... then, and only then, can you get past what you have been guided to believe
and see it for yourself. You may have the same conclusion, but reach it on your own.
I think a point we are missing about 'possible' moon bases is this ... all of the images we have are still too far away, the resolution still far
too small to see defined building as you are wanting for proof. Why? I don't know. It seems odd we can get images good enough to see what type of
cigarette pack someone is holding on an L.A. sidewalk on GoogleEarth ... but, satellites orbiting the moon can't get a resolution good enough to
accurately display the moon rover, the landing sites, or anything else. It is odd that private companies with imaging satellites will not for money,
take close up photos of the moon. There is a lot of unanswered questions ... when secrecy begins to surface, and compile ... my only option left is
to believe there is something major being hidden in plain sight.
I think a lot of people lose scale of the largeness of the moon when looking at the photos. I think this is how we overlook how poor or at least far
away the images are. See how close you have to get using GoogleEarth to make out a city, a town, a house ... go to large buildings ... go to mining
sites. In fact, I think for Mr. Lear's moon photos ... take you computer, set it on the lowest resolution, then set it to black and white ...
then, go to google earth and look at things similar to what is being marked/explained. see if you can notice how hard it is to see what things are,
when the pixels are measured in tens of meters each, focus is off, and you don't already know what you are looking at.
Do I believe everything that is put forth ... no ... but I don't dismiss it either. It could be, I am no expert at aerial surveying.
What I think would be interesting, is for the astro nuts
of this community could get ahold of one of the people (or purchase themselves) one of the
20-36"+ telescopes and point it towards the moon on a clear night and snap some pictures of what they find. If they can see galaxies clearly that
are as far away as those telescope enthusiasts claim, we might have something tangible with a methodical and dedicated search of the lunar surface.
36" telescope review
up to 28" telescopes built-to-order
with that one site (there are other manufacturers), a 28" with all the extra goodies availble (two mirror heaters, etc.) would run $20,000 usd, but
you could go cheaper.
I am not saying I believe, or have proof of life on the other planets ... but, I have doubts that our space agencies tell us anything important.
Venus ... may have life. the pictures we did get didn't seem like the he!! hole NASA claims it to be. Mars, well look at how much more they tell
us about now than 10-20 years ago, they had to admit to water and ice, when will they admit plant life?
If you pay attention to the discrepancies put forth by those who hold all the cards, you see there is at least some amount of deceit being played to
the world audience, to what purpose? Why lie? There must be either some benefit to hiding truths, either personal gain, or being controlled from
somewhere else ... or it is a really big, sad, sick joke, that runs through generations. I will say, there is someone in control (entity/group, not
single person), who has decided what they can release, and the punishment is quite severe, I assume involving family members or something would have
come out over the decades ... or the peons really have no clue, and the select few that do make sure the pawns are concentrating on the wrong things
and the explanations have them looking right at the very thing they would blab about. Mental conditioning is real.
All of that, I respect the view of people who can't see the things, I can't always. I respect whatever view you have whether I agree with it or
Thanks to the o.p. for posting the infrared, it doesn't make sense we only got a few pictures, as if those were the only ones clean enough for
'clearance' to the public
I would find it odd that craters would hold heat longer as well ... unless the moon is still volcanic, there is
artificial heat sources ... because from other pictures showing the mineral distribution ... it doesn't seem that the heat is related to the
concentration of precious resources we have studied , I think titanium would hold heat longer than dust, but what do I know, I am just a guy on the