Before you lay into me with the general "This thread has already been posted" burns. I have to say that I don't think this angle has been thought of,
or at least posted yet. I did my search, and couldn't find this angle presented in its own thread. I know that there are plenty of threads about the
little old lady getting busted for a moon rock, but I don’t think that any lay out my theory/tie-in.
In researching moon rock history, and reading other post/theories, I believe, that the recent Moon Rock Granny Sting is part of the ongoing mission to
prevent the disclosure that we never actually visited the moon.
Here is my theory, and I'm gonna keep it simple.
Nasa doesn't want folks to own moon rocks.
They passed a federal law stating that moon rocks are federal property and cannot be owned by individuals.
Operation Lunar eclipse was established to round up any possible moon rocks that are not in federal hands.
No actual specimen, that I could find, has ever been analyzed by a non-government entity, and proven real. Anybody got proof otherwise? If so please
If you look into the history of stolen, missing, and fake moon rocks, you will discover that the majority of moon rocks given by our government to
other countries, or on loan to museums/organizations, have disappeared, been stolen, lost in a fire, or generally gone through some kind of ridiculous
inventory screw up. Is NASA going out of their way to destroy the evidence?
If you want a quick look a some examples you can look at wiki "stolen and missing moon rocks" (I know, its wiki, don’t burn me here with your
typical “oooh wiki, everybody who believes wiki is an idiot”, I'm just citing it for a quick read, relax, there are plenty of materials out there
Could it be that all this is part of the proof that we never went to the moon?
Is it possible, that NASA wants all rock associated with moon landings, to be confiscated because they are afraid that a simple analysis would prove
that the rocks in question were found in Antarctica, and passed off as moon rocks obtained by US mission to the moon.
Why would the US government waste such time and money to obtain a small rice sized grain of rock from the moon from an old lady, and go about busting
her with such overzealous tactics for something this small, and not even proven legitimate. There was not authenticity to her claim, no letter from
an astronaut. No photo of her late husband receiving it.
I think that NASA doesn’t want moon rocks running free out there to prove that we never went to the moon. What do you think?
To keep rock from being obtained by those who could analyze them, would NASA go to extremes, including burning, theft, intentional misleading, and
busting little old ladies?
What do you think?
Go ahead and be mean and burn me if you like ATS, I think it’s a good theory. Of course I have to, it’s mine.
edit on 27-10-2011 by remyrange because: my title was too long and got cut off, adjusted it. it would be helpful is preview included