Originally posted by happykat39
And just what do you think all of those UFO's are doing. - LOL
LOL, this crossed my mind as well.
Originally posted by iforget
After helping to send seven private citizens on eight trips to the International Space Station -- starting with Dennis Tito, who became the
world's first space tourist on April 28, 2001 -- the Virginia-based company Space Adventures is mapping out a tourist trip around the moon.
Wow! Incredible! Thanks for posting this information. If I had money on anyone getting it done, it would be a private enterprise.
Originally posted by DZAG Wright
1. Myself and my circle - We have knowledge that other survivors of the disaster don't. We were into science before the disaster and have estensive
knowledge of the universe. So we're basically smarter than the other survivors. We stick together and form a plan as to how we can rule the new world
This is a road upon which my thoughts have travelled many times. I think that much of what we now accept as our history has been written, created,
steered, and engineered towards a purpose. And I also think that we did have a terrible disaster at one point and people had to go underground. I
think that is where the myths about the underworld and hell came from (whether on accident or created intentionally). And I could say so much more on
this subject, but that is for another thread, I guess.
Originally posted by MonkeyWrench30
Heres some interesting research done on the topic that will shed some light on a few things.....
Thanks for that link, MonkeyWrench. I have never seen that before.
So many avenues to research, so little time, lol.
This is what I love about places like ATS. So many people in one place, with similar interests, who can bring to the discussion their pieces of the
Originally posted by Cobaltic1978
However, the Russians built a laser so strong that they blew it up in 'The Battle of the Harvest Moon'.
Even if it is a load of garbage it is interesting to read.
This is a good place to start. www.theforbiddenknowledge.com...
They blew up their lazer?!!
I have seen this website and I totally love it. Its like an information dump of all the stories and research notes and ideas that people have about so
many subjects. One could lose themselves in it forever, following all of the different pieces.
Originally posted by kylioneXsushi
It's hard to imagine a solution to the problem of moon dust. That stuff is so pervasive. I cannot fathom a way to deal with it with out current
Interesting. I don't know much about moon dust and complications it causes. Why does it pose such a problem?
Originally posted by SavedOne
There has never been a successful sealed biosphere on earth although it's been tried more than once. They've all ended in one failure or another that
ended in a required evacuation.
Really. Not a single one has been successful? Not a single one? Interesting. How many have been tried?
Originally posted by defythetyrants
i don't know if people live there or what but some ancient writings even tell of a time when there was no moon.
Wow! I have never heard of this before and it is an interesting thing to hear. Do you have any links to these ancient writings or anything that I can
read about it? The name of the people who wrote about this? I wouldn't even know where to start to search that out. If you have info that would be
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