Saturday, November 21, 2009
As most of you know, on 11-10 NASA held a news conference on what was found back in mid-October after they launched a lunar satellite to obtain valuable information about the content of the water on our only moon. We've always suspected ancient lakes or rivers flowed freely, liquid water, from the many canali or obvious canals for water transport discovered long ago. Now we know it's a fact. Luna was made, after all, from impacting comets, meteors and asteroids which eventually coalesced to form earth then the excess debris made up what we now see as our moon. How could it NOT possess some form of liquid water at one time? And so....
O, wait - Just for slight backround, the experiment was called LCROSS for "Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite", here's a picture. It was (literally) a smashing success, landing smack into the crater called Cabeus. Upon impact cameras were able to detect positively the plumes of vapor and faint debris, created by the now-expanded crater, made upon impact, called Centaur. Brand new crater. It's 5 miles deep. To bomb Luna we used a 2-ton kenetic weapon. For shame NASA! Above is the image taken 15 seconds after impact. You can see the plume of vapor/debris in blue, and just as important, the impact crater gouged out. And that's illegal. Read why:
DOESN'T THIS VIOLATE SPACE LAW? Resolution 2222.(XX1) adapted by the U.N. General Assembly forbids "..the modification in any way of celestial bodies, including the moon." No matter how much we could learn from LCROSS, it doesn't balance with the environmental damage we are legally bound to PREVENT. Yet we plunged a giant crater into Luna on a water-seeking and colonization experiment. Hell we're damaging it before we even get there, is this not insane?? And don't forget as always, follow the money and you'll see the true agenda.
Why? Because as I say, cosmologists have known for some time about the moon's ancient waterways, so what was this, a distraction from some other agenda planned for the moon? Its topography is not suited to farming - EARTH farming as we know it NOW. But certainly a giant colony on Lunar Base 1 would grow what they needed - and what would they need? WATER. For farming and to drink. And if the water's already there someone will make a king's ransom.
Just on a happier note, I wonder why a satellite like the moon would NOT use the advantages of liquid water so very long ago in it's history... by (very) simple deduction, life may've flourished there in ways very foreign to our thinking. Nothing humanoid or reptilian - but bacterial - living in many pools of ooze, deep bogs maybe - just as it happened here on earth.
NASA is missing the point, and very well have gotten in too deep with the monied lobbyists who fund these projects our shruken budget can't cover. Well, I don't want another John Rothschild or Rockefeller as Emperor Elite of the Colony of Luna. He'd probably rename it anyway - Rothsmoon? Or how does Rockeluna sound to you?
In every way definable, like crapola.
Posted by Cathy at 10:38 AM