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No sorry, common sense is siding on one side of the equation, that any Youtuber can say anything doesn't make the what he says have any merit whatsoever. If he was so informed and talented he wouldn't be wasting his life making Youtube videos. One would think a production company would do that for him, like Michio Kaku or Bill Nye, the Science Guy. Really? Holy crap!
Originally posted by Illustronic
reply to post by redoubt
So you choose to believe any random Youtuber?
Good luck with that.
Add it to your resume.
See where it gets you.
Originally posted by redoubt
It is also a notable curiosity how we approach the subject of hoaxes.
If someone says they have a video of a UFO, we have our doubts. But the moment someone claims a hoax or a debunkery, we all go 'Ahhh!' as if one side is more believable than the next.
Just because someone says something is real, doesn't make it real.
Just because someone says something is a hoax, doesn't make it a hoax.
It's all about planting seeds of doubt and watching them grow.
Looked back at page 2 no it hasn't been debunked i couldn't find it , lets see and wait what happens if the guy on youtube will release the real source.
Not at all honestly I'm ignorant on space subjects I had no idea and have read your post on the third page just now, so its a hoax? I can't answer the question you posted but I just found the video really interesting.
Originally posted by sapien82
reply to post by Illustronic
All I suggested was the coincidence in the NASA site astronomy picture of the day , which showed a picture of the moon one day then shows a mining rig the next , what has a mining rig got to do with astronomy ?
Anyways , who is to say that the parts werent assembled on the moon ?
you completely made out that I suggested the entire mining rig was launched whole into space
by a rocket !
Even I know that is logistically impossible due to its size , dont suggest im that stupid man ,
its quite rude.
Are you honestly suggesting that its not possible they could transport , this unit in sections
to be reassembled on the moon ?
It is possible
Anyways , who is to say that the parts werent assembled on the moon ? you completely made out that I suggested the entire mining rig was launched whole into space by a rocket !
So basically what you're saying is game, set and match???
Originally posted by The Shrike
The question that always has to be asked are the alleged lunar aliens so dumb that they would actually manufacture surface structures so that their nearby neighbor would keep sending satellites to photograph and map the moon's surface? I think not.