posted on Dec, 4 2007 @ 07:11 PM
It isn't unreasonable to believe that Japan and China have the capability to send a probe to the moon. Now, if what %1 of what John Lear claims is
true concerning the moon, these countries would have definitive evidence of ruins, etc. In order for them to be bribed into not releasing this
information, the United States (we will forget about Russia for now) would have to have something to offer them that would make them 'play along' in
this big game. It could be partnership in a NWO post population reduction scenario, advanced technologies, etc.
More likely, there are no ruins on the moon, and nothing else that would show up on orbital photography either. With no atmosphere of any kind
(ignoring the magic Lear atmosphere that stays on the far side of the moon and causes zero refraction around the visible edges) there is nothing
stopping modern digital photography to capture images of amazing clarity and resolution, even from a relatively high orbit of 75-100 miles above the
Of course... This still doesn't explain why after a dozen probes loaded with image gathering technology we still don't have one single picture of
an Apollo landing site... But that is a whole other discussion, right?