posted on Oct, 26 2011 @ 12:54 PM
Before I do anything else with this thread I must address the first 3 minutes or so of the video. If someone has already dome what I am about to do,
please forgive the redundancy. It is not always convenient to peruse many pages of thread prior to posting.
The "hill" in question, the one with the steps is enormous. Any living creature using the steps the OP described would have to be several hundred
feet tall. I am 99% certain this is the Northern Massif from the Apollo 17 landing. This little hill with the table or small building on the top of it
is several kilometres long and, though I don't know the exact height, you can make an intelligent guess if you know it is at least 4 km in
So, I was feeling a bit "irked" at the suggestion that what was being covered up was something it could not possibly be. I felt the OP took some
rather generous liberties with his interpretations of what things might , in truth, be.I do not mean to detract from the work he is trying to do. I
say, fine, do the work. Demonstrate clearly the very high possibility of image manipulation. Leave it to the ever transparent NASA to clear up any
questions we may have about any differences there seem to be between images with no modifications and those WITH modifications.
[On a different note, please know that at the bottom of this massif, there is a colossal opening. as in --"HUGE". It is not shown in the image our
OP used unfortunately. The landing crew of Schmitt and Cernan made a bee-line for it after they landed. It was very clearly the main objective of the
whole trip. It was felt by some at NASA that the opening may have been unnatural in some way. Knowing this, now go to the NASA archives and just TRY
to find all of the great pictures they must have taken after giving the whole flight this main task of seeing this opening first hand. Better yet,
read the transcript of the astronauts conversation while they stood in front of this opening and then compare it to the pictures NASA presents.
Prepare to be completely amazed....but not in a very nice way.]