posted on May, 26 2012 @ 08:48 PM
I can understand them not wanting anyone to draw graffiti all over the lunar landers, as they are of historical significance. I really believe however
that if another country lands astronauts on the moon anywhere near American landing sites, they WILL explore near them for the simple fact that they
want to know WHAT America was looking at or for, or doing on the moon.
I suppose if these other countries do not harbor any feelings that America was not being upfront about the lunar missions, then they may not disturb
these sites. But if they have any inkling that the US was doing something they weren't talking about, you can bet they will want to check it out. It
may not be alien-related, but related to building weapons platforms or bases on the moon. That is much more likely.
Do you think any country, especially the USA, will avoid weaponizing space or the moon just because they said they wouldn't? Ha Ha...They will want
to keep it secret however, which leads me to believe that anything they "left" on the moon that wasn't supposed to be seen may have been placed
shallowly underground. This wouldn't have happened on the 1st lunar landing, but subsequent landings could have each carried materials to work on
"whatever" they wanted up there. It would be less conspicuous to put a missile platform on the moon than in orbit, which is the only other solution
But this is a heavy undertaking, and I don't know if the US could have pulled this off at the time, unless of course there actually IS a secret space
program. I agree that no organization that has classified materials can be trusted, because they have an agenda, which is to protect what they know.
So even things that sound implausible could in fact be possible, and the public would not know the truth. The whole crashing spacecraft into the moon
felt strange to me, even after understanding the what and why. I am a heavy debunker on most things on this site, but stuff like this is definitely