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Originally posted by ArMaP
reply to post by watchdog8110
That one is easy, just stop using Google for looking at the images.
It's good to find the places we are interested in, but after that you should look for the original (or as close to the original) images.
Originally posted by Human_Alien
"Online volunteers could be set task of spotting alien technology, evidence of mining and rubbish heaps in moon images"
I've been told by a few credible sources that once 'we' find irrefutable artifacts on the Moon, 'they'll' have no other choice but to acknowledge intelligent extraterrestrial life. Although I wish we could find intelligent life here on Earth first ---this is still good news! I have absolutely no doubt that we have been and are currently being visited by extraterrestrial!
By the way, on Coast to Coast tonight, NASA Ken Johnston will talk about .
Hundreds of thousands of pictures of the moon will be examined for telltale signs that aliens once visited our cosmic neighbourhood if plans put forward by scientists go ahead.
Passing extraterrestrials might have left messages, scientific instruments, heaps of rubbish or evidence of mining on the dusty lunar surface that could be spotted by human telescopes and orbiting spacecraft.
Though the chances of finding the handiwork of long-gone aliens are exceptionally remote, scientists argue that a computerised search of lunar images, or a crowd-sourced analysis by amateur enthusiasts, would be cheap enough to justify given the importance of a potential discovery.
Prof Paul Davies and Robert Wagner at Arizona State University argue that images of the moon and other information collected by scientists for their research should be scoured for signs of alien intervention. The proposal aims to complement other hunts for alien life, such as the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (Seti), which draws on data from radiotelescopes to scour the heavens for messages beamed into space by alien civilisations.
Originally posted by Pervius
They could start by releasing high resolution images of the moon to the public.
US/Russia/India/Japan/China all have taken high resolution images of the moon with their satellites....not 1 country has released high resolution images of the moon to the world.
The low resolution images Japan released were atrocious. You could take the same quality images with a $99 Kmart Telescope with a digital camera duct taped to it.
Professor: What REALLY happened out there with Apollo 11?
Armstrong: It was incredible, of course we had always known
there was a possibility, the fact is, we were
warned off! (by the Aliens). There was never any
question then of a space station or a moon city.
Professor: How do you mean "warned off"?
Armstrong: I can't go into details, except to say that their
ships were far superior to ours both in size and
technology - Boy, were they big! and menacing!
No, there is no question of a space station.
Professor: But NASA had other missions after Apollo 11?
Armstrong: Naturally - NASA was committed at that time, and
couldn't risk panic on Earth. But it really was a
quick scoop and back again.
Originally posted by LiveToSpendIt
Originally posted by ArMaP
The original images from those areas have been available for as long as the images from the rest of the Moon.
The NASA elephant in the room no one appears to want to address is NASA's (severe lack of) credibility. Because NASA posts images, labels them that they are from XYZ camera on ABC date from FGH mission doesn't mean squat.
Consequently, any discussion about NASA images, especially on ATS where there is no one who could professionally review these images, assuming they are legit and I do not, is worth less than squat.
They already did that
They already found alien traces
wonder why they never returned to the moon