posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 11:03 AM
Glad to see posts from folks like Boomer1941 and dbloch. If you haven't read what Boomer said, go back, it's important. He apparently worked with
Jan Lamprecht, and his story of the photo with the south polar opening that was partially scanned, that should say a lot. I personally have no reason
to dismiss it immediately, such things are likely the norm.
We should realize that almost everything we think we "see" has been handed to us, and we normally "trust" that the info is correct. But we truly
live in a world of manufactured images, a very matrix-like world, and those who have the power often seem to have agendas that are not always
Earlier in this thread I mentioned the Hollow Moon. Hollow planets in general, they may be the "key" to a greater overall understanding of nature.
"If" the planets, earth, the moon are hollow, than all the physics and math some of these posters are throwing out, is meaningless.
For example, some of us do know that the generally accepted "estimates" of planetary densities (and therefore the gravitational forces involved),
are in fact exercises in circular reasoning. True, we send probes, using real calculations, and it's so practical, many conclude we are dealing with
"facts". Not necessarily. ANY values can be used as starting points, we can "assume" this or that, and go from there. Our calculations would
still be useful, practical, and yet, the underlying assumptions could still be all wrong!
Those who are familiar with quantum mechanics know that many useful calculations are made, and yet, we still know very little about the reality
beneath it all, in other words, we're not sure "why" quantum mechanics work, but since it seems to, we go with it (for now).
Back to the Hollow Moon. Many people believe that the moon is an artificial object, and there are many reasons for this. In another thread
about it, I've seen folks like Phage put their weight behind the standard, accepted explanations. There will always be those kind of explanations of
course. But I believe we need to go beyond them. Too much "explaining away", in my opinion, instead of really looking at the big picture.
I like what dbloch said about how mankind already knows everything about the Universe. Yeah, exactly!