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  • Moon Excavation

    I doubt NASA has consulted with the Moon Dwellers concerning their excavating the Moon in search of frozen water via impact.

    NASA Takes Aim at Moon with Double Sledgehammer

    I wonder, since they dwell in another dimension, if this excavation will really be much of an impact to their world. My concern is the effect the impact will have on the orbit of the moon, but I am sure NASA has taken this into consideration. The expected effect is to "kick up 1,102 tons [2,204,000 lbs] of debris and dust."

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    I have to imagine that since we are all connected to all things and all things are connected and a part of us... there is indeed an "impact" on the universe in all things we do. Ghandi new this when he said "one man with peace makes a majority..."

    In the scheme of checks and balances, Apollo 13 in 1970 did not make it to its new area of lunar exploration due to "technical difficulties" at the time... maybe there was something that they (we) were not meant to see?

    I can believe this idea... though we may feel like it from where we sit as a species, we certainly are not masters of the universe... in fact, I believe we put ourselves more at the end of causality and constantly having to dodge and respond to the adverse affects of our own individual and collective actions than we may ever likely be aware of.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by bilal.almokaddem
      As we all know there are spirits and there is life on every planet but we cant c them due to difference with the sayals betwen us. they might have more than us or less..God knows..

      Hope they can do it and dig the moon to see what is inside.. The people that are on the planet must not be on the surface they might also be inside.. Some books say that...
      Dear Bilal,

      Thank you for contributing to the discussion. At the risk of offending, you, it is imperative that we remind everyone that "Sayals" in not an Arabic word.

      The plural of "Sayyaal" (which means "Fluid") is "Sayyaalaat"

      Hence, "Sayals" (1) means nothing in Arabic and (2) sounds like "Sails" in English.

      In case some of you don't know... In English, the "S" is not silent and is pronounced "z"

      Hence, "Sayals" is pronounced "Sayelzz..."

      Not pretty...

      We are aware that "others" are promoting "Americanizing" Arabic words...

      That is wrong.

      Doctor Dahesh was a purist when it came to languages.
      Please help us preserve the Arabic Language.

      Furthermore, why do we even need to say "Sayyaalaat Rouhiyyat" when we can already say "Spiritual Fluids" ... ?

      Thank you (all) for understanding.
      Last edited by Daheshville; 10-03-2008, 01:13 AM.

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      • #4
        "Ancient Structure On The Moon Filmed By Armstrong, 1969"

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWkGTJEK0Mc

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        • #5
          This is most *probably* a fake (computer generated) due to the smoothness of the camera movements. It almost looks as if the camera is gliding. The fact is that it should have been hopping (in slow motion) due to the fact that lunar gravity is 1/6 (correct?) the Earth's. Even the instances showing the camera jerking look fake because there is no added blurriness occurring due to camera movement.

          There *was* (allegedly) a UFO encounter with Apollo 11, but (and according to Aldrin) in occurred while the astronauts were on their way to the moon.
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlkV1ybBnHI


          However, in this report, it seems as if he is denying the story...
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uK5xg...eature=related

          And here, he is (allegedly) irate when being shown a classified video
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiVXd...eature=related

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Daheshville View Post
            This is most *probably* a fake (computer generated) due to the smoothness of the camera movements. It almost looks as if the camera is gliding. The fact is that it should have been hopping (in slow motion) due to the fact that lunar gravity is 1/6 (correct?) the Earth's. Even the instances showing the camera jerking look fake because there is no added blurriness occurring due to camera movement.
            "hopping" - This is assuming that the astronaut is holding the camera and should bounce as he moves on his feet. It is possible that the camera be attached to something to hold it steady or that the astronaut compensated somehow to get a nonhoppy, nonblurry, picture given the limited quality of video technology at the time.

            Then again, the video could be completely computer generated or done in someone's backyard or garage.


            Originally posted by Daheshville View Post
            And here, he is (allegedly) irate when being shown a classified video
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiVXd...eature=related
            Dang it! They're trying to corner me on this again. This is supposed to be classified information!

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            • #7
              Overlooked!

              Originally posted by WingedPaladin View Post
              While looking at the referenced link, I couldn't help not notice that there was a reference to the following: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DjOAgs9kko

              Either this guy (Sergeant Karl Wolf) is a fantastic actor or wow!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by WingedPaladin View Post
                "hopping" - This is assuming that the astronaut is holding the camera and should bounce as he moves on his feet. It is possible that the camera be attached to something to hold it steady or that the astronaut compensated somehow to get a nonhoppy, nonblurry, picture given the limited quality of video technology at the time.
                Well, I remember seeing the lunar landing on TV, back in July 20, 1969. And back then, I assure you, "steady cam" was not yet invented.

                Originally posted by ronschaum View Post
                While looking at the referenced link, I couldn't help not notice that there was a reference to the following: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DjOAgs9kko

                Either this guy (Sergeant Karl Wolf) is a fantastic actor or wow!
                Well, all I know is this (and I'd like to draw your attention to the "alleged" blurring of the images by NASA): If I was an official at NASA and I wanted to blur images, I wouldn't just blur them, thus leaving an obvious trail.

                Instead, I would make sure they are "photo-retouched."

                And even back in the days of using traditional airbrushes, photoretouching was a very sophisticated craft.

                So, based on that alone, I would say that this is a hoax.
                "Fail, to succeed."

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Mario View Post
                  Well, all I know is this (and I'd like to draw your attention to the "alleged" blurring of the images by NASA): If I was an official at NASA and I wanted to blur images, I wouldn't just blur them, thus leaving an obvious trail.
                  ...
                  So, based on that alone, I would say that this is a hoax.
                  Kinda reminds me of O.J.'s book, "If I had..." (Which, thankfully, I've never read.) Still, such "evidence" was not used in court, at least to my knowledge.

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