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Moon: Traces of a Space War

 
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Look at the Moon closely. There are a lot less number of "craters" on the darker regions of the Moon. Secondly, all visible craters are perfectly round. Do you know why? Because they are traces of explosions. If it were meteors, the craters would not be round - they would be non-symmetric, elliptical, with bulges on one side.

Time to think.
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The moon is not a sphere or what you think it is....look it up...
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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
Time to think.
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Time to read:

Dark areas of the moon, Maria, are younger relative to the lighter areas, hence they have fewer craters:

[link to space.stackexchange.com (secure)]


Impact craters on all planets are often round. There's a good reason for it:

[link to www.scientificamerican.com (secure)]
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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
Time to think.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74913275


Time to read:

Dark areas of the moon, Maria, are younger relative to the lighter areas, hence they have fewer craters:

[link to space.stackexchange.com (secure)]


Impact craters on all planets are often round. There's a good reason for it:

[link to www.scientificamerican.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74667535


This is bullshit sold as science: " This sudden, focused release resembles more than anything else the detonation of an extremely powerful bomb. As in the case of a bomb explosion, the shape of the resulting crater is round: ejecta is thrown equally in all directions regardless of the direction from which the bomb may have arrived. "
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Yes and shows unusual patterns, exactly straight impacts like strafing strikes
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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
You're an idiot.
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Time to think.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74913275


Time to read:

Dark areas of the moon, Maria, are younger relative to the lighter areas, hence they have fewer craters:

[link to space.stackexchange.com (secure)]


Impact craters on all planets are often round. There's a good reason for it:

[link to www.scientificamerican.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74667535


This is bullshit sold as science: " This sudden, focused release resembles more than anything else the detonation of an extremely powerful bomb. As in the case of a bomb explosion, the shape of the resulting crater is round: ejecta is thrown equally in all directions regardless of the direction from which the bomb may have arrived. "
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rockon "ejecta"
MORE FIRE!!!... and sling it while it's hot.!!
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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
no. the moon was birthed in a violent episode.
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You're an idiot.
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This is GLP. The proper convention is "Your an idiot"....
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sighsssssssssssssssssssssss
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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
Look at the Moon closely. There are a lot less number of "craters" on the darker regions of the Moon. Secondly, all visible craters are perfectly round. Do you know why? Because they are traces of explosions. If it were meteors, the craters would not be round - they would be non-symmetric, elliptical, with bulges on one side.

Time to think.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74913275


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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
Time to think.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74913275


Time to read:

Dark areas of the moon, Maria, are younger relative to the lighter areas, hence they have fewer craters:

[link to space.stackexchange.com (secure)]


Impact craters on all planets are often round. There's a good reason for it:

[link to www.scientificamerican.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74667535


just say it

ok I will

it is not the object that creates the crater


more specifically, it is not the kinetic energy of the object

the object vaporizes

its kinetic energy and therefore any directionality associated with it is gone

what takes over is the blast force of the exploding object which travels out of the crater in a uniform manner creating a round crater
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The weirdest part is the depth of all these craters
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if you think those craters are big, think about what impacted the earth transforming it from a perfect sphere into a smoldering potato like structure with gremlins and shit
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You're an idiot.
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This is GLP. The proper convention is "Your an idiot"....
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rockon lolsign
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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
its kinetic energy and therefore any directionality associated with it is gone
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Kinetic energy does not "lose directionality". Law of impulse conservation.
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if you think those craters are big, think about what impacted the earth transforming it from a perfect sphere into a smoldering potato like structure with gremlins and shit
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what was it?
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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
Time to think.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74913275


Time to read:

Dark areas of the moon, Maria, are younger relative to the lighter areas, hence they have fewer craters:

[link to space.stackexchange.com (secure)]


Impact craters on all planets are often round. There's a good reason for it:

[link to www.scientificamerican.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74667535


This is bullshit sold as science: " This sudden, focused release resembles more than anything else the detonation of an extremely powerful bomb. As in the case of a bomb explosion, the shape of the resulting crater is round: ejecta is thrown equally in all directions regardless of the direction from which the bomb may have arrived. "
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Since this has been experimentally demonstrated as true, your disbelieve is of no consequence.


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What if our ancient ancestors from millions of years ago got that advanced, that they tried blowing up the moon with nukes from earth when unknown entities placed the moon there?
All possibilities are open with me. damned
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What if our ancient ancestors from millions of years ago got that advanced, that they tried blowing up the moon with nukes from earth when unknown entities placed the moon there?
All possibilities are open with me. damned
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The moon is a product of the Earth.

How you describe it is exactly how it happened.

chuckle

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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
its kinetic energy and therefore any directionality associated with it is gone
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Kinetic energy does not "lose directionality". Law of impulse conservation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920810


throw a rock into a pond. No matter what the angle you still get a circular ripple. High energy impacts tend to explode and everything acts more like a liquid.
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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
We nuked it in the distant past. It is not as big as NASA says, and could just be a giant balloon, either natural or man made.
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Since this has been experimentally demonstrated as true, your disbelieve is of no consequence.
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Show me, just without water experiments.
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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
We nuked it in the distant past. It is not as big as NASA says, and could just be a giant balloon, either natural or man made.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61566465


When hit by 'bombs', it rings like a 'bell'!

Thread: The Voice of Space
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

That should give your answer.

chuckle

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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
its kinetic energy and therefore any directionality associated with it is gone
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920134


Kinetic energy does not "lose directionality". Law of impulse conservation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920810


throw a rock into a pond. No matter what the angle you still get a circular ripple. High energy impacts tend to explode and everything acts more like a liquid.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73085799


Nope, not circular.
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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
See at 0:52
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peace


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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
This isn't the first time this subject has been broached. There have been several threads about this subject it in the past, but not specifically in reference to the moon. I think if someone bothered to do the research, it might have been listed under war in the solar system as craters on the moon and other celestial bodies were looked at. There is a guy with a website dedicated to this subject. He looks at moons with craters and anomalies regarding other planets. Go do a search under ancient war in the solar system and you will bring up a number of websites. Could be. Depending upon what you find, the question will come up in your head what happened. Supposedly, our solar system was placed under a non-interference quarantine.

There is always the question of Maldack, between Mars and Jupiter. Was it a result of war or a rogue body slamming into it?

There is too much evidence to ignore the fact that the talking heads cannot explain away. Maybe, one day, we will know the truth.
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Some of that damage is Electrical in nature.
Thunderbolts Project (Electric universe)

Bad things happened in the skies long ago around 5000yo
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All of these docs are worth watching
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We nuked it in the distant past. It is not as big as NASA says, and could just be a giant balloon, either natural or man made.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61566465


When hit by 'bombs', it rings like a 'bell'!

Thread: The Voice of Space
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

That should give your answer.

chuckle

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