posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 10:07 PM
I highlighted just some of the features that did not look natural. This is from Tikhomirov T crater which is aged to be millions of years old due to
smooth, regolith covered rims and countless sub-craters. Finely detailed like these structures should not be distinguishable because they should be
covered in regolith
. Scale is around 0.9m per pixel. This is only a small section of the crater
showing artificial (unlikely to be naturally formed) structures. There is a lot more where this came from.
I'm not looking for dumb one liners. If you are going to say I don't see anything artificial then come up with some example or reference of why you
think these finely defined structures should be naturally found in a crater millions of years old on lunar surface. Don't make yourself look
dumb/blind with 'it looks natural just cause' posts. There is no rain or atmosphere on moon, so no erosion other than slow accumulation of regolith. I
have no explanation for why these things would be naturally occurring in this setting.
Original Image from NASA
edit on 15-3-2012 by PINGi14
because: (no reason given)