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NASA and the Moon War: Say no to the bombing!

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posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 11:04 AM
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A couple months ago I got aware of NASAs plans to bomb the moon with a 2 ton kinetic weapon that will create a crater 5 miles wide.

Now this is rather interesting - and shocking - as it backs up my previous article posted some time ago regarding the conflict between Earth, the Moon and Mars. Feel free to read my previous article, The Mars - Moon and Earth Connection, here: pleiadiantalk.blogspot.com...

To further back up my claims that NASA is basically declaring war upon the inhabitants of the Moon, several NASA employees have confirmed that there are extraterrestrial bases and life on the Moon. Other governmental employees have also confirmed this, from people in the Military, CIA , NSA etc. Look up The Disclosure Project for more info on that, for example by watching the video below:
Disclosure Project Video

Obviously I do not think these plans have anything to do with NASAs official statements, which says they will bomb the moon to "look for water". Ever heard about drilling? Or ground penetrating radars? There are many ways to discover water on a planet or moon that does not include bombing.

How likely is it, that they would spend billions of dollars on bombing our Moon to look for water, now after all this time, instead of using other more reliable methods which they already have the technology for? Indeed, the very fact that they suddenly are turning a new interest on the Moon itself is suspicious - they never got any people back there, in the last 40 or so years, even though the technology now obviously should be more than advanced enough to do so considering they allegedly have done so before. My own opinion is that they discovered what was there, got into a conflict, and figured the best way was to stay away - until now when they figured out they could as well blast them away up there.

Who knows what the consequences will be - if they are indeed carrying out this planned project I fear it may not be the best ones.

Say NO to the bombing of our fellow brethren and sisters of the Moon - we are all one and what we do to others affect ourselvs the same way.

While on the NASA topic I also recommend everyone to check out Secret Space volume 1 and 2 here:
Secret Space Videos

Read more about the NASA moon bombing project here:
NASA Moon Bombing can cause conflict with Extraterrestrial Civilization

PLEASE also check the following video with Dr Pete Peterson , another new whistleblower on the governments involvment with alien technology, and much more:
www.projectcamelot.org...

I hope for the best and peoples support against NASA and their hysterical "water searching" mission, they are spending YOUR tax money towards creating a possible war between planets.

And if dear leader Obama comes along asking for your support fighting against "evil aliens" hopefully you will know who the Evil Ones truly is.

With Love and deepest Blessings,
Maggador




posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 11:12 AM
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I sincerely hope you made this thread tongue-in-cheek to illustrate how ridiculous some us can sound? If this is a serious post, well....all I can say is thank you for doing your part for the subject by ensuring there is a steady flow of ignorance that keeps people laughing at us whenever this subject gets the smallest chance to go mainstream.

You should be able to find a solid audience around here that will hang on every word, lol.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 11:33 AM
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Sir, are you related to Dick Nutter Hoagland?



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 11:39 AM
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reply to post by IX-777
 

Where did you got that "5 miles wide crater" information?

A "kinetic bomb" (like a meteorite) should not make such a large crater for so little (relatively) kinetic energy.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 11:43 AM
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Yes, unfortunately I am serious, and it is sad to see how many people are not more aware of what is truly going on in this world, at least more are starting to realize that and waking up from their slumber. But considering the immense precautions that have been put in place to keep people in their fantasy worlds I can not blaim them as it certainly is not their own fault, the mind control machine got a big claw on this planet.

And no I am not related to Hoagland, but he has some valid points, and some invalid ones. At least he is doing his best at uncovering the truth of what is going on and he has figured out some of it.

May greatest blessings be with you!

-Maggador



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 11:49 AM
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I think the moon aliens have no one but themselves to blame.

I mean 50 years of continuous bombing and declaring war and not a single shot fired back? (en.wikipedia.org...)

There is only so much a war loving species such as ours can take! I was personally hartbroken when indias declaration of war on the moon earlier this year was rejected. But there is hope that they will finally fire back this time!



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 11:49 AM
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i hope nasa bombs it and in return the aliens zap us all, or atleast come to earth and take over... anything will be better than the current state of affairs we are currently in!

I dont think anyone will go to hell when they die...... we are already in hell!



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 11:53 AM
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ArMap: The information regarding the 5 miles crater was reported in different news, I am not sure if this estimate is correct or not as I am far from any expert in explosives.

I do hower imagine that the blast must be rather powerful considering it has to blow the debries out in space for the satellite to collect, even though the Moon has much less gravity than Earth.

Personally I find it strange how few people realize how ludicrous such a mission is when there exists much better ways of exploring possible water - specially since it is only "possible water" in the first place and not even a known fact.

-Maggador



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 11:58 AM
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Originally posted by IX-777

I hope for the best and peoples support against NASA and their hysterical "water searching" mission, they are spending YOUR tax money towards creating a possible war between planets.

Maggador


I dunno. I'm down for a war between planets. It could be a slice, and we'd all be able to shoot at something besides other people for a change
.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 11:59 AM
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Debunky: There is a rather large difference between the artifacts you mention and the one I am speaking about - the main difference being "2 ton bomb".

Blessings,
Maggador



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 12:02 PM
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Originally posted by IX-777
ArMap: The information regarding the 5 miles crater was reported in different news, I am not sure if this estimate is correct or not as I am far from any expert in explosives.
It's not a question of explosives, as you said is a "kinetic bomb", which means that it's just like throwing a rock, no explosives involved, that would affect the results of the experiment.


I do hower imagine that the blast must be rather powerful considering it has to blow the debries out in space for the satellite to collect, even though the Moon has much less gravity than Earth.
That's not the idea, the idea is to analyse the dust plume that the impact will create, nothing will be collected, it would be impossible to know where the debris would go to try to collect them.


Personally I find it strange how few people realize how ludicrous such a mission is when there exists much better ways of exploring possible water - specially since it is only "possible water" in the first place and not even a known fact.
They already used other methods, this is the closest to go there and drill the ground. After all, the idea of the impact is to replace a drill.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 12:07 PM
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We dont need to be bombing any planets! How do we really know nothing lives there. Like they would even tell us if they did. I have always found it very weird that we have never been back and now we are looking for "water." I am not a scientist but I know there are other ways to go about looking for water besides a bomb. I meet a lot of people who work for NASA at my job and I have asked a lot of them esp the ones working on this project why we are doing this. Some think there is no big deal while others believe its a little much and that we shouldnt be doing it this way. I think we should leave the moon and it's possible inhabitants alone. If there are beings there what if they did this to us? We dont own the moon and we dont have a right to be doing something so stupid IMO. Yes IMO I think its stupid and not needed!



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 12:07 PM
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reply to post by IX-777
 

Not a "2 ton bomb", a "2 ton projectile".



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 12:09 PM
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Unfortunately no: there are several objects on the list that weigh 2 tons. (some of the later russian Lunas and Apollo Stages)

Also: the orbiter is not going to collect anything. The dust cloud will be analysed from earth. We could do this with any impact, but we would have to know where to look.
The other methods you mention to look for water all depend on delivering kinetic energy to make a hole. Using gravity when you are in orbit already as a whole lot more sensible than fighting said gravity and later produce the energy on site.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 12:17 PM
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I also think that this method is not the best, but not because of any possible inhabitants, just because they are going to destroy something that cannot be replaced.

Imagine that this spot, for example, is the only one to have evidences on the surface of how the Moon was created, by destroying it they will loose the possibility of knowing what was there.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 12:18 PM
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On a more practical note, this does seem like it would be cheaper than taking multiple excursions to deploy drilling rigs and then maintaining lunar overflights while the astronauts below toiled busily away, working until they either hit water or their shuttle ran out of fuel and they had to pack it in and go home, leaving their 8 trillion dollar Caterpillar LunarDrill-O-Matic on the surface. Plus, it provides an excellent viability and field test of possible earth-orbiting kinetic kill devices. The military benefits are manifold: less political fallout than a nuke, outstanding destructive capabilities, no radioactive fallout, a practically infinite loiter time if a geostationary platform is used, and more likely to penetrate a hardened bunker, considering the fact that it's being dropped from, you know, ORBIT. I'd rather call one of those down on an advancing line or a troublesome spot than I would a couple of JDAMs or gun runs.

[edit on 2009/9/6 by Griever0311]



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 12:22 PM
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They say it is a two ton projectile, but they say Osama bin Ladin is still alive and living in a pimped out cave somewhere getting kidney dialysis.

They say a lot of things.

Sorry, but I am loving this debate. Sooooo much less acrimonious than gay marriage or whether or not G-D exists.

*does a happy dance*

I hope that the moon people fire a projectile back and it creates a rainbow of skittles.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 12:28 PM
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As griever pointed out if you drop something heavy from orbit, explosives, be they nuclear or conventional don't add that much destructive power.
(and of course the last declaration of war upon the moonians was japan, not india, sorry, my bad)



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 12:35 PM
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I hope that the moon people fire a projectile back and it creates a rainbow of skittles.



We can only pray that Luna would deploy such a weapon as multicolored, fruity candies against us.



posted on Sep, 6 2009 @ 12:40 PM
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Hey Ix777 I take It you've read the terra papers? I found them intriguing. If there are advanced aliens hanging around, it makes sense that they don't want to harm us, otherwise they would have got us 200 years ago when our technology sucked. But don't you think they would know about NASA's retarded plan, and blow that bomb up before it made contact? NASA's plan makes sense if, IF they suspect there are small blobs of water sparsely spaced under the crust. They would have to do to much drilling everywhere to find one...

I am open (very open) to the idea that NASA have lied their arse off about the moon (and other things), have you got some more stuff for me to read? (I can find HEAPS of stuff searching myself, but there is so much CRAP, unscientific dribble.) I realize the difficulty of producing sound, science based conspiracy, especially when the scientific authorities (and the other authorities) are in on the scam. But the more logical and scientificaly structured the better, hit me with your best stuff (if you please). thx Ink.

Edit to add Griever and A Fort sort of mentioned those ideas before me. MY IDEAS< they mind sapped me.


[edit on 6/9/2009 by Inkrinhuminge]



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