posted on May, 30 2008 @ 02:21 PM
reply to post by Vanitas
Ok, just to be clear, Young's quote was "...and see who was outside?" while they were in the midst of a conversation about the "music" they were
Now, most definitely, context is everything when you are interpreting the DSE and DSEA transcripts (what with NASA refusing to release the tapes and
the astronauts refusing to discuss this "anomaly" at all - what does tell you?). Now, if the astronauts heard something that sounded, as you called
it, "passably melodic", I gotta ask - what in the world (or "out of this world" in this case) would even sound passably melodic up there?
Gene Cernan for example twice says "No one will believe us." I don't think he is talking about a little bit of static on the radio, do you? Then,
they are silent about it after coming back and still wont discuss it? No comments about it when they have AOS and regain comms with Houston after
emerging from around the far side? Note as well that there are massive chunks of DSEA transcript that are missing entirely from the archives as well -
portions of transcript lost forever!
I have been told by one individual i interviewed (but freely admit I have no way of verifying or proving this, but it is food for thought) that the
astronauts also encountered this "music" several times whilst on the lunar surface, and that from Apollo 11 onwards, both the LM and CSM were
outfitted with more advanced DSE and DSEA recorders than we have been told - designed to record higher and lower harmonic frequencies (beyond the
range of human hearing) for later analysis.
It would be nice if NASA had released the DSEA tapes for us to hear this sound for ourselves, but alas, for some reason they refuse to do so. The
astronauts don't discuss the event, the audio of them emerging from the far side gets doctored by conveniently placed and haphazardly inserted PAO
half-sentences - I dunno. That evidence may not be a "mountain", but it is considerably more than a molehill.