posted on Mar, 5 2012 @ 04:12 PM
reply to post by AmatuerSkyWatcher
I think what I don't understand is why people spend so much time with old photo's, and low resolution things. There is SO much at the LROC, that if
you look there, even if you don't find a alien moon base or ship, you will definately enjoy the landscape.
And just think: if you do find something that raises eyebrows, or makes you wonder, using one of these images is not going to make someone
automatically discount it because it's from Google Earth. If you find something there, no one is going to point out that it's a blurry 45 year old
Many claim that LROC is photoshopped by NASA. Well here's yer chance! Find something there and show it! That would impress me much more than someone
just saying it.
All sorts of things you can find, and either debunk, try to show others that no, it's the real deal, but at least you'd be arguing over the latest
Here's LROC pic of the Apollo 17 lander:
And here is a random something I found (most likely a HUGE bolder, but still you get the idea):
I'd rather argue over current pics than old ones. I'm telling you it's a win/win. Skeptics will have a great time, or NASA haters will finally show
a smoking gun!
oops. I said "NASA".........that causes some on here to start foaming at the mouth! hehehehehe.