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NASA Is Stumped in Search For Videos of 1969 Moonwalk
About 36 years after the tapes went into storage, NASA was suddenly eager to have them. There was just one problem: The tapes were nowhere to be found.
Leslie Kean had been investigating the mystery of the Kecksburg UFO incident for four years. An unidentified flying object supposedly crashed not far from a small village in Pennsylvania in December 1965. Eyewitnesses of the incident said that they could see a ball of fire in the night sky. Some of them said that the object had performed a controlled landing.
NASA provided packs of documents to Leslie Kean prior to the trial, but the documents had nothing to do with the case.
The trial took place in October 2007. Leslie Kean received 297 boxes with various data from NASA only last week.
"I Saw Structures on the Moon" (Karl Wolfe)
If anyone looks at the old Apollo pictures, or any photograph taken by a satellite for that matter, two things quickly make themselves known-ink spots and blurs. NASA has gone over every single photo with a fine toothcomb and has blurred some areas while applying black ink to others. What is it that they don't want us to see? They don't want us to see the alien presence that is there. And not only is there an alien presence on the moon, but there are ancient structures there that have existed since the ancient days.
China has entered the race for space and so too declared intentions to go to the moon, it has suddenly become imperitive that we return. Why?
It'll be getting crowded up there soon. China, India and the U.S. each are slated to launch lunar missions this year or next. Pretty soon it'll be time to take a number.
Originally posted by internos
reply to post by Outlawstar
I barely managed to don't cry, after you disappointed me linking that website, proving me and scientists wrong: i LOVE that website, i go there when i need a laugh. Is that the truth for you? With all the due respect, that website is a bunch of randomized pixels, ity adds ZERO to the serious research and it casts a bad light to the serious research, including the efforts that ME AND YOU put in order to find the truth.
The only thing that disappoints me is that someone takes it seriously: YES, that REALLY disappoints me.
Originally posted by Outlawstar
Listen, we all make mistakes, if this is really a dodgy website like you say then Ill never return to it, I dont take anything as absolute truth and keep and open mind at all times, but could you please tell me exactly whats wrong with it instead of simply stating its wrong.
Originally posted by Outlawstar
Ok Internos, fair enough, but surely you cant deny the plain as day airbushing evident in many moon and mars released images.
Surely you must see why I am suspicious of NASA, I mean its obvious they are tampering .
You chose a rather inocuous image to "debunk", why not go for one of the more obvious evidence ones, like the airbushed moon towers?
Anyway, in my humble opinion NASA sometimes lied because asked to lie, (i can't prove it so you all are free to tell me that im not a good researcher )
but i don't think, i can't believe that there's a group of people who sistematically airbrushes images coming from Moon and Mars in order to hide monkeys, horses and crocodiles. This idea is very far fetched, very difficult to apply and besides with all the ongoing missions it would be a matter of time to be proven liars:
Originally posted by amfirst
Here u go. There's enough evidence in this video to prove that NASA is full of bs. This is old news, everybody knows they're full of it.
[edit on 6-7-2008 by amfirst]
Originally posted by easynow
i respect your opinion here but how can you say that NASA sometimes lied because asked to and not believe that there are specialist in NASA to keep hiding the truth ?
Author(s): Bergrun, Norman R
Abstract: An empirically derived basis for predicting the area, rate, and distribution of water-drop impingement on airfoils of arbitrary section is presented. The concepts involved represent an initial step toward the development of ...
NASA Center: Ames Research Center
Publication Year: 1952
Added to NTRS: 2006-11-06
Accession Number: 93R21433; Document ID: 19930092143; Report Number: NACA-TN-2476, NACA-TR-1107