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if i remember correctly, the daily fail just reported on the story, rather than reporting on the reality. it's a matter of context. if it was on the guardian's science pages as a real story with quotes from nasa and proper pics then it's credibilty goes up.
I wanna believe it, but there'd be more coverage an amateur astronomers would be all over it.
I can fully believe there is ETs on the moon/earth because some of what I have seen is unexplainable just about any other way. My problem is the image is crap, there's no better images taken from anywhere and the story has been around for a few years now with no new developments.
Sure the DOD launched Something today but that would have been done years ago when the story first surfaced if it was connected somehow
reply to post by berkeleygal
This is interesting although if memory serves, this particular photo has not been proven to be anything. Best guesses are an imaging artifact. The single largest problem I have with the article is the source. TRN is not a site that is known for breaking as many stories as they are the rules of responsible journalism.....
Just my two cents but if they have been there for two years I think an upcoming invasion may not be on the immediate horizon.
Your criticism seems misplaced. The article clearly references similar stories about this same image from the moon run by the London Daily Mail, the New York Daily News and even the Hindustan Times of India, with links to the articles at all 3 "reputable" sources. Strange that you seem to hold TRN to a different standard than the three mass-media outlets mentioned.
reply to post by AlphaHawk
Yet the flags roll on......... The collective intelligence of ATS this last few months is underwhelming at best....
No credible sources? The article specifically links to three other sources in the "mass-media" who also ran the story:
London daily Mail www.dailymail.co.uk... tml
New York Daily News www.nydailynews.com...
Hindustan Times of India [url]http://www.hindustantimes.com/news-feed/science/researcher-finds-mysterious-triangular-object-on-moon-through-google-earth/article1-1174563.aspx[ /url]
A quick search of Google also shows sites like Huffington Post and many others ran with the story too. How much more "credible" do articles need to be to meet YOUR standard?edit on 20-1-2014 by InterestedReader because: (no reason given)
reply to post by NewsWorthy
100 days to position something in Lunar Orbit. That should have leaped out right away that this is a big fat fail. unless it was nasa that was controlling the payload, those losers i would totally believe could screw up that bad.
TRN has obtained photos of the unknown spacecraft and has an audio interview with an outside consultant from NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office (MEO) who confirms that for almost two years the U.S. government used the MacDonald Observatory in Texas to track the approach of two of these enormous objects.
A year ago, in January 2013, the objects had gotten to within 200,000 miles of Mars when they suddenly vanished.
By January, 2013, the objects had been tracked to about 200,000 miles past the planet Mars.
... in October, 2013 just before the US Government budget shutdown, when Norton telephoned a colleague and found out the enormous objects had suddenly re-appeared at our moon and had taken-up positions behind -- or on -- the moon...