posted on Feb, 5 2009 @ 08:42 PM
Are we forgetting that NASA lost hundreds of boxes of footage from humankind's most important mission? Apollo.
Are we forgetting that Clementine took 1.8 million images and only 170,000 (9%) have been released to the public? What is so classified that they
have to keep 91% of the Moon photographs and we, taxpayers, have to say "it's okay, for national security purposes, you can do with our money as you
And please, debunkers, If I can still see the tether while the objects are moving and pulsating behind it, it's not a lense trick nor debris. And
last time I checked, debris doesn't pulsate and does not stop and changes direction. Good try though.
There is secrecy and paid disinformation agents out there that will tell you otherwise. Use your logic on the above two cases to reach your own
Is NASA hiding something? You bet. The problem is that even on their charter (1958), it is clearly stated that they cannot admit to finding life or
intelligently built structures. That falls under the jurisdiction of the Department of Defense. Do you believe the Department of Defense will tell
you? No. Remember? National security...
[edit on 5-2-2009 by Exopolitico]