Monday, November 12, 2007
Man in the Moon
A very interesting Apollo 17 photo.
Lifted from Hoagland and Bara's new book, Dark Mission: The Secret History of NASA. Yeah, Hoagland's gotten a mite, as someone said, "entertaining," lately, but I still like the guy and am still intrigued by the photos he finds. As for NASA, or, Never A Straight Answer, I don't like them anymore, really, because they do bad stuff. Obfuscating images is bad. It is censorship. They're a Defense agency in reality, so they can get away with this stuff, as long as we let them. Why should something as simple as getting proper color pictures have to come from independent sources? Why do they sometimes leave "good" stuff in, like the 12 1/2 mile wide head of a few posts back? It's a lot more obvious a thing than the Cydonia face... ah well, who knows. Just hope they tell us something real someday.