posted on Jun, 7 2009 @ 03:35 PM
Don't get me wrong, I understand what you all are saying, and I agree, but to a certain extent.
It's clear that using the Apollo 20 claim for the origin of this video is a weak claim, as we are unable to determine whether or not Apollo 20 even
took place. So far, it looks like Apollo 20 never even occured. So what now? We continue debating in circles about something no one is very clear
about? That's not very profitable.
Obviously however, there are other forms of media showing this crashed object, so Apollo 20 is not the only stemming source we have. That being said,
It's clear that we can say, because Apollo 20 may not have occured, doesn't necessarily mean this supposed crashed object is also a dupe.
I think we can therefore conclude that, the Apollo 20 source for this particular sighting may very well be a hoax, but the sighting may not be a hoax.
The claimed source may be fodder, but the sighting can be very real, because we have other, more credible sources of info.
That being said, I just don't find it very wise extensively debating the validity of the Apollo 20 mission, when we do not seem to have any real
certainty about its occurence. If, however, someone can provide info that totally and entirely debunks the Apollo 20 mission, without a doubt, then we
can rule it out entirely. Or, if someone can provide us with info, that proves without a doubt, that the mission actually took place. And, we'd still
be left with the fact that, regardless of what mission that video was taken on, the video itself is still very real, and that's what we should be
mainly focusing on at this time.
I don't have a problem with investigating or debating the Apollo 20 mission. But when we've been doing this for the past 8 pages or so and haven't
really gotten anywhere, I think we should start considering refocusing our points on a matter that we do actually have some supporting evidence of,
i.e, this object on the moon, and the rest of the video.
Can we optimize some of these photos?
[edit on 7-6-2009 by sdrawkcabII]