posted on Oct, 22 2007 @ 03:57 PM
okay thanks in advance! i think with 'not as profound as you hoped for' you probably mean that they cannot be taken as verifiable evidence to prove
certain things right?! or did you maybe expect another quality? sorry for the on-going questions but i'm really curious about the book... besides you
should have a look at this:
All books contain some errors, and Dark Mission is no exception. The following is a list of known errors in “Dark Mission – The Secret History of
NASA.” Please send notice of any other errors you find to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will post them here. All errors will be corrected in the
revised edition of Dark Mission.
Introduction, PG. V - Text reads;
Because of these true NASA heroes, real space history as about to officially begin again.
Because of these true NASA heroes, real space history is about to officially begin again.
PG. 11 - Figures shown as "ν2, ν3, ν5" should be :√2, √3, √5."
PG. 30 - Bottom of page, "[Fig. 2-5]" should be "[Fig. 2-3]."
PG. 185 - Fig 4-15 is missing the caption. Should read: Apollo 10 frame AS-10-32-4819, showing different view of highly rectilinear “LA” features,
located adjacent to Ukert Crater (frame center, far left).
PG. 330 - Fig 7-9 - "honeycomb structure" should be two words, not one.
Color figure 23 caption reads "Lane" instead of "Laney."
PG 504 - Fig. 12-11 has wrong caption. Should read: Composite of two video panned frames, showing TV camera view of Nansen from “up slope”
(looking down on Valley, and north). The “shelf” is the ridge running through the center of the image. No publicly released Apollo views exist of
the shadowed interior of Nansen -- in any orbital or surface Taurus-Littrow imagery (NASA).
[...] obviously there are some minor mistakes in the first version of the book (which you probably have) so this should be quite helpful...
[edit on 22-10-2007 by EBE154]