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It kinda just hit me that we always see the same side.....

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posted on Jul, 19 2004 @ 04:02 PM
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Here is another link of what is on the farside
of the moon. Less acceptable perhaps than yours but
also interesting.
marsanomalyresearch.com...


[edit on 18-7-2004 by mockan]


I've seen that one before........ interesting to look and wonder wtf? but couldn't it be camera artifacting, distorted images, etc? I'm no expert, but some of the 'building' look like they were pasted in a photo program.

Still, thanks for the link




posted on Jul, 19 2004 @ 07:05 PM
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Originally posted by BigDov



Here is another link of what is on the farside
of the moon. Less acceptable perhaps than yours but
also interesting.
marsanomalyresearch.com...


[edit on 18-7-2004 by mockan]


I've seen that one before........ interesting to look and wonder wtf? but couldn't it be camera artifacting, distorted images, etc? I'm no expert, but some of the 'building' look like they were pasted in a photo program.

Still, thanks for the link


Imaging distortion is a possibility. But if so it is a very unusual kind.
Researchers knowledgable in digital image processing have ruled out
any ordinary kind of distortion. For example (from the web site):

".... the CLIB form indicates that the resolution here is 1 pixel =
1 kilometer in the official 100% views. (snip)

That in turn means that the rectangular structure is a incredibly
large object. It also means that the true width of these bands is
considerable to the point of being gigantic and far too much to
qualify as thin digital imaging junction splice line artifacts. Add to
that the fact the surface texture patterns seen on each band differ
from any other nearby bands and are unique only to that band. That
simple fact would fly right in the face of any contention that these
bands are associated digital image splice line processing artifacts
that could be expected to be more uniform and repeating in their
patterns."

Maybe someday we will know for sure what we are looking at when
we look at the Moon.



posted on Jul, 19 2004 @ 07:10 PM
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I remember reading somewhere that when we landed on the moon, there was a "ringing' from when the craft hit (laned) that vibrated for several minutes as if it were hollow where the laned....can't remember where I saw this or how much truth there is to it...interesting though!



 
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