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Originally posted by FlySolo
With such keen eyes and lots of time to dissect photos for the sake of arguments, how come no one mentions the cap is facing forward? Because it contradicts your debunk?
Originally posted by RiotComing
According to David Wilcock on the 'Jumproom To Mars' interview on the Project Camelot website, Arthur C Clarke knew much more than you may think he did. They were trying to secure an interview with him because they knew he was about to pass on, and unfortunately he took the truth with him to his grave. Apparently there really is a monolith on the moon.
Originally posted by The Cyfre
I wonder what could have caused that sound, and whether it was via radio (interference) or external. Interference doesn't sound much like music, but space has been known to make some pretty strange sounds if the correct filters are applied.
Originally posted by kadara_dk
very nice videos LunaCognita. And thanks fore all the pics. need to take a better look at them on my other computer.
but what do u think off the green stuff in the shadows at the rocks.
and to video nr 2 at : 5.05
CDR Thomas Strafford says : "boy You wouldn't believe this, Frank"
maybe it is becuase i am from denmark but i can only hear :
" boy You wouldn't believe this thing" where do frank come from or is it one from nasa Thomas is talking too that is named frank ????
and i don't get that voice saying : " with John Young"
Originally posted by jalien
reply to post by ziggystar60
I was following the whole thing till you proposed that a 20 inch statue egyptian statue was mimic'd on a moon crater the length of several football fields. To be honest the moon crater looked like a messy hot dog to me,,hey u said it, its all perspective..
Originally posted by coven
pause the forth video when the astronaut images are light corrected... you can clearly see his nose and fore. (looking to the left watching the other astronaut.