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Originally posted by Phage
Here's an image of the "pyramid" in Icarus crater. LunaCognita doesn't seem to have looked too hard.
Hi Rez scan:
[edit on 9/29/2009 by Phage]
Originally posted by Aliensun
reply to post by Skeptical Ed
Skeptical Ed: Wow! If a person has no knowledge of Remote Viewing (RV) they just might possible believe that you are an authority on the topic and take your word for it that there is no such thing.
So for those that would tend to accept his ignorant words, I suggest they read the book entitled Mind-Reach: Scientists Look at Psychic Ability as authored by Russell Targ and Dr. Harold Puthoff. They ran the original CIA's million dollar RV program at Stanford University in the mid-70s and wrote of its successes. No lesser of a person than Margaret Mead wrote the introduction. Ingo Swann's manual that he wrote for the later US army program /is/was downloadable for free. (I have a copy.) Even so Mr. Ed wants you to believe that the Army's program that went on for several years after the initial proof-of-concept experiments was all a sham or didn't really exist?
It makes me wonder about the motives of some debunkers here. Obviously, it not for the interest of truth or a lack of easily available info. Can simple ignorance be that profound?
Neil used no written aids, having thought through what he wanted to do and say only shortly before the TV transmission.
Apollo cue cards are very desired space collectibles. They are flown, and similar to flight plans and other checklists.
Originally posted by eddy_12
Now, what im interested to see is the "moon bombing" at 8th October. If there's something, would they show up with such explosion?
Neil Armstrong did not make the statement about the things said and done during the transmission being planned in advance, Buzz Aldrin did.
Wup. Missed that.
2 lies instead of 3. Actually, still three. Aldrin was talking about the first broadcast, not all the broadcasts.