posted on Feb, 2 2014 @ 10:50 PM
Are the problems with Jade Rabbit possibly related to the Keep Out Zones? Or NASA's laser weapons platforms, LRO and LADEE?
This could be a space war going on here!
Yeah, yeah that's right that's exactly what it is.
Oh wait though, Yutu is nowhere near any of the Apollo landing sites and the LRO and LADEE are not laser weapons platforms, in the same way that the
CD player in my higi is not a laser weapon platform. Oh, so maybe not then - maybe it's just the cold and dust damaging the electronics in an "Occam's
Razor" perfectly simple explanation kind of way.
I can always spot a bluff when they mention the Occam's Razor. Nixon taught me a lot about poker strategies you sir, are a bluffer extraordinaire.
The main problem is, if you use the "Occam's Razor" too many times the edge will start to go dull. Rather than a clean shearing of the stubble
Occam's Razor rips flesh and merely saws at the stubble.
You are using Occam's Razor to argue first as a straw man, second as means to threaten and intimidate but science is not about threats or
intimidation, that's why you will fail. Please be advised that your use of Occam's Razor in this discussion is a self delusion, you have constructed
this argument in order to satisfy your incredible questions about the Apollo program and those questions lead directly to what NASA is hiding on the
moon and this explains why the Yutu has been attacked by space lasers.
Considering the fact that the moon is so close to earth and it takes only 3 days for a space craft to be launched and landed on the moon should we
expect the Chinese to propose and execute a pitched effort, like the Howard Hughes Surveyor?
If there was a serious effort to perform soft-landings on the moon that effort could include a program with 7-10 missions. This is where Occam's Razor
really comes in to play.
The Occam's Razor way to explore the moon is to go step by step... not to gamble for all the chips with one mission. How does that work for Apollo?
edit on 2/2/2014 by SayonaraJupiter because: major edit