posted on May, 12 2011 @ 11:23 PM
Originally posted by Troublesome
reply to post by Varemia
I'm still digging to see what I can find...I did come up with this link from the Navy about the mission:
And from there I found this map which is an entire panoramic view of the moon: www.nrl.navy.mil...
You can zoom in anywhere on the map and there are clearly several areas blacked out intentionally
Ah, ok. I wouldn't focus on the black portions of the panoramic view picture. The reason for the holes is because of the method of picture taking and
piecing together for the resolution result. It's also why the picture appears to have the strips of terrain effect. If you look closely, you can see
that the pictures have been manually put together (or automatically stitched with a computer), and that some details just didn't make the final cut.
In my opinion, the locations of the boxes do not form any recognizable or organized form. A complex on the surface would be more centralized, I would
imagine, and it would make more sense to me to have a secret base under the ground. I've read about ridiculously expansive complexes here on Earth
which are impossible to locate because the entrance could be anything from a broken-down car to a tiny cave/hole in the ground.
Our government (and scientists commissioned by such) are very creative about hiding things, and I assure you, if things are being hidden, they cannot
be found with the naked eye. (not that I would discourage looking, mind you).
Heh, maybe I'm just a little bias though. My father was a government agent and army veteran for a good portion of his life, giving me access to a
good deal of interesting information about the secret government (I still find it funny how he will talk for hours about his involvement in classified
projects and locations, but won't tell me anything about what he did while involved with freemasonry)