posted on Oct, 7 2013 @ 03:18 AM
Maybe it was because the Military Industrial Complex found no military value in sending people to the moon and funded something else. Surveillance
satellites and the space shuttle program were much more suitable to their needs.
Actually, that is not entirely accurate. If you look at it from purely a tactical/strategic view point the moon is the ultimate in "high ground" You
can observe, intervene and even retaliate to almost any situation from that stand point. If they "did" have military forces of some kind stationed
on the moon, you could easily launch a strike anywhere on the planet either being from kinetic weapons (i.e. missiles, particle based weapons etc),
energy weapons (near vacuum of space would work wonders), to deploying assault ground forces to anywhere, since most defensive grids are looking at
the outer boarders and horizons and not space. This is not mentioning the surveillance that could be done from there.
I personally believed we DID go to the moon, I am on the fence as to weather or not we did send black missions there I do not know. I do think it
would be a worthy project, albeit the nations of earth did say that the moon was off limits for anything military wise, but when has that stopped any
nation from doing something that it wasn't allowed to do...
Now when we did go to the moon, did we find something, my gut says more than likely, just what it is I dunno, I would like to know, but chances are no
one on earth minus a select few will ever truly know.