posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 01:18 AM
Originally posted by Imagir
Soon my question "Is the Moon inhabited?" could lose the question mark…
Then it would be grammatically incorrect, but I essentially agree with you.
I'm not sure if it's inhabited, but there's certainly something going on up there. If you read Patrick Moore's piece in the British Magazine "Sky at
Night", he pretty much tells you the best places to point your telescope at when looking for transient lunar phenomena
(the best euphemism for
"out of the ordinary lights, gas clouds and flying objects" ever coined).
I'm not sure if you'll get anything from photos unless they've been uploaded by an independent amateur astronomer. NASA is too affiliated with your
paranoid military, fearful of losing funding and worried about upsetting Christians for any kind of straight answer. There are some amazing YouTube
vids of the moon's surface which render the multi-million dollar NASA images and missions almost useless.
A recent thread here about the moon turned up some great stuff. Do a quick search. I believe answers to many "astrological phenomenae" lay with a
serious an open study of the moon.
Whether anybody actually lives on the moon (or just below the surface where there's water) or just uses it as an Earth monitoring station is up for
grabs. Theyre probably clever robots is my guess as The cool conditions are perfect for technology. I'm pretty certain well all find out soon enough.
Heads will roll.
edit on 30/1/2012 by objectman because: Brevity and grammar