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A well known man (I don't remember his name) once said "Earth is the cradle of humanity, but like any child we cannot stay in the cradle forever.
NASA scientists have been saying they have found water in them thar hills for ages - since at least 1999 I believe I read somewhere. I will find the article about it all and post it here. What I cannot understand is how these countries who have been to the Moon have not released very good images. Either technology is a lot worse than we thing it should be... or else there is a coverup going on. As far as I know, India has not released the 40-60,000 pictures which were sent back from their spacecraft before it went suddenly and surprisingly AWOL and no-one is monitoring their official forum to answer the posts posted there. Apparently, it had some NASA electronics in it so maybe there was a self-destruct/disbling technology onboard. We will never know and that is just pure speculation.
What I find most amusing about the Indian probe situation is how NASA started finding water in its own moon rocks not until the Indian probe began to send back data on the same. Now why is that? How is that? How is it that there was no water in the Apollo rocks back in the 1970s, and lo and behold, now there are all of these hydroxyl groups they are discovering? Answer: the Apollo landings were fake. The Apollo rocks were made here on earth. When it was realized the Indian probe would start to send back data on the state of genuine moon rocks, the NASA people started changing their story about their rocks. I mean, can anybody read this any other way. If so, please weigh in with an explanation. Some people have been posting on the moon rock heist episode back a decade or so, how that too may have been staged to perhaps steal not the rocks, but the lab books in that safe. In light of all this, makes plenty of sense to me now.
I just entered the official competition for Mars One. I would love it if I won and got to be a space adventurer. First two leave in 2022 with two more every year and we get the joy of trying for a place in the 2028 launch!