You will not have crystal clear images, that is why they are blurred, to hide the truth. Which makes it rather obvious that there is something in
those blurry pictures.
With todays technology, it is ludicrous to think this is the best kind of photos they can provide us with with equipment costing millions of
As I have said many times, even my 20 dollar webcam can take better photos.
This is a standard thing with NASA released photos, blurry and black and white photos revealing very little detail, and when there are something of
seemingly interest, the interesting areas are blurred out.
But it does seem we are going towards a slow disclosure, where bits of evidence is released step by step over decades to prepare (I suppose) the
public for coming revelations of the real truth.
The whole idea of NASA sending the probe to the moon to look for water in its own is simply hilarious as they already know what is there (yes not
officially perhaps, but I know myself from my own involvement with those guys what they know) - so as far I am concerned, what makes more sense is
them sending a probe up there to look for good places for future missions where they already know there is suitable environments, such as places with
water, perhaps this frozen lake as in the above images, and what could be better than having an abandoned ancient base or other structures in place
there already? Would make a perfect spot for future missions if they ever decide to go back there with men.
Look at that amazing official photo from NASA themselves, what a beauty it is, certainly worth the tax payers money eh? Fantastic details, showing the
wonderful impact of the LCROSS and its great explosion , and fantastic details of the Moon surface and the frozen water and so on. Simply ludicrous
and I am amazed they can still fool people with things like these images. The worst thing is people actually saluting NASA, almost worshipping them,
as great heroes for coming back with crap like this. We are almost in 2010 and still they deliver images of such quality, even the very first moon
photos taken by satellites around 50-60 years ago were of greater detail and quality.
Heck, even the very first photo of the moon ever taken through a telescope was of pretty decent quality - that was in 1839, that is 170 YEARS ago!
Here is that very photo:
This above photo was taken almost 200 years ago with a very primitive camera and telescope, of the first existing, yet its quality is fairly decent.
Almost 200 years and still we get back this kind of images. And it was taken from Earth! Not from a high technology camera on a satellite right up by
the surface of the moon!
Probably didnt cost even 20 dollars back then for the whole setup needed either to take that photo as my webcam of today cost.
[edit on 14-11-2009 by IX-777]