I last heard a recording of this interview in the spring of 2005. The two parts I loved the most were first when asked what is on the moon, Ingo doesn't say anything about Apollo stuff or alien stuff just answers the question by saying 'well if it isn't ours we're in real trouble'. Next was the part about asking astronauts what they saw on the moon and getting vague answers. I loved how they both played up that part that neither of them had gotten specific answers from astronauts.
Makes you wonder what the APOLLO 17 crew were really up to on the moon
The crater they were hanging about in was already known for high anomalous activity
by astronomers but to be honest how do we even know we can
trust NASA about lunar activities when we keep discovering one one
cover up after another ? For all we know maybe APOLLO 17 had a different mission
Objective than has publicly been revealed.
A friend of mine knew a professor at the college where he was attending that had access to the only beta recorder the school possessed. He said the first two 'moon walks' were hilarious, he said in stop motion and freeze frame he said they were obvious forgeries. He said they reminded him of the monster movie where the tomato monsters lived in the cave. I disagreed with him for many years but have since seen the light.
He proffered at that time the only reason why the NAZA Apollo show ended was because video recorders had become common place.
very obvious they were using anti-gravitational devices on the bombers. I could not help but notice how quickly they gained altitude and how tight the turns were when they circled back for another pass.
I had a contract at Lockheed Martin in Fort Worth Texas for a couple years (doing graphic design), home of the most kickass fighter planes around. I'd never even seen anything but a commercial plane or cessna up close. The grounds are on an old air force base and as a contractor I pretty much had to park in the boondocks of course. (Of course, that would be the summer it was over 100 degrees over 100 days in a row. I was trying to figure out the 4" massive blister on the bottom of my feet when the bottom of my shoes melted...) Next to the park lot there is a pretty small street up the side and then a chain link fence, a row of hangars that are not really that large, and the road parallel on the other side is a runway.
Often when I'd go out of work in the early evening (I was working late on my own time trying to teach myself database / middleware, which is why I got the job there, since back in those days, mere mortals couldn't afford this stuff and it wasn't on the web like now, you had to find some giant corp who could afford 20K for Oracle...), and I guess they'd be showing off to someone. There'd be a few guys standing out there, and some pilot would get in an F16 -- I swear I was maybe 100 feet from it -- and that damn plane just "sits up on its butt" and JUMPS into the sky. It's awesome! And man, with cloud cover -- holy crap! The sound ROCKS your whole body (and sets off the car alarms of about 300 cars...). It was so incredibly awesome I used to just stand there looking up at the sky and screaming at the top of my lungs -- you couldn't hear anything at all -- the whole world was just rocking so loud as this thing would just show off, diving and looping and such, above the parking lot often. Most bitchin thing I EVER saw.
I've never been to an air show but now I know why people like them!
I have no idea what constitutes an unnaturally fast acceleration upward, but the F16, F22, and so on are kick ass machines, and I expect even without mystery tech they are really, really fast.
Now if only the so-called enemy would just wear uniforms and stand together those would be more useful. :
I'm too technodumbo to judge this properly ... apparently it's a preview of videos to follow soon uncovering more of NASA's smudged out images (Nasa agenda? -Scam Awareness, Never Allow Society's Awakening) http://www.youtube.com/user/1967sander?feature=digest_tue
I have actually RV'ed the moon, but some stuff shouldn't be up there...how is it possible to have sea gulls on the moon??? ??? ???
I was actually at the pier and yes there are people up there and apparently they were having a party and celebrating, I put it back into the massive pool of targets again to be shuffled and viewed again randomly by chance out of 130 blind self tasked targets.
It's interesting, I recognize a few government branches up there...it's just weird...
On that note check out the new movie featuring Space Nazi and Sara Palin called "Iron Sky".
With all the seas, lakes, marshes and an ocean on the moon, why shouldn't there be seagulls!? Just very dry ones.
The lunar maria pron.: /ˈmɑriə/ (singular: mare /ˈmɑreɪ/) are large, dark, basaltic plains on Earth's Moon, formed by ancient volcanic eruptions. They were dubbed maria, Latin for "seas", by early astronomers who mistook them for actual seas. They are less reflective than the "highlands" as a result of their iron-rich compositions, and hence appear dark to the naked eye. The maria cover about 16 percent of the lunar surface, mostly on the near-side visible from Earth. The few maria on the far-side are much smaller, residing mostly in very large craters. The traditional nomenclature for the Moon also includes one oceanus (ocean), as well as features with the names lacus (lake), palus (marsh) and sinus (bay). The latter three are smaller than maria, but have the same nature and characteristics.
I highly doubt that, if it was why did I get the name of that government branch on the side of the boat. That doesn't explain the beer and celebration. BTW I am not the only one that's seen the sea gull, this was a mission viewing a long time ago. I am just reaffirming what some viewers have already seen. Oh well, time to set this one aside and toss it back in to the massive pool of targets for viewing again. I will come across this again in the random pool of 300+ targets all chosen by me.