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Moon: Traces of a Space War

 
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The weirdest part is the depth of all these craters
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[link to www.thunderbolts.info (secure)]


Look at this article, it perfectly explains the weird shapes of the moon craters. They are caused by the so called electric universe, aka Plasma Bolts.
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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.
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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.

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It shows it is solid with little to no liquid core. The seismic vibrations traveled through with very little dampening.
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See at 0:52
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I still see a circular ripple. The only thing at 0:52 is a splash outside of that from the impact. The ripple is still circular.
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See at 0:52
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I still see a circular ripple. The only thing at 0:52 is a splash outside of that from the impact. The ripple is still circular.
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Secondary ripple is due to water splash falling down perpendicularly. The impact ripple is not circular. Do you suggest that rocky surface behaves identically?
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it's a ancient war space antidiluvian ; angels vs fallen angels fight extraterrestrial
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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.

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It shows it is solid with little to no liquid core. The seismic vibrations traveled through with very little dampening.
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What about lava theory then? How these dark areas appeared with few craters originate? Some say it's due to lava.
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See at 0:52
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I still see a circular ripple. The only thing at 0:52 is a splash outside of that from the impact. The ripple is still circular.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70186654


Secondary ripple is due to water splash falling down perpendicularly. The impact ripple is not circular. Do you suggest that rocky surface behaves identically?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920810


Impact ripple still looks circular.
As mentioned before, with very high energy impacts the surface acts more like a liquid, so yes.
I've heard you can also simulate it with rocks in a pan of flour.
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See at 0:52
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I still see a circular ripple. The only thing at 0:52 is a splash outside of that from the impact. The ripple is still circular.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70186654


Secondary ripple is due to water splash falling down perpendicularly. The impact ripple is not circular. Do you suggest that rocky surface behaves identically?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920810


Impact ripple still looks circular.
As mentioned before, with very high energy impacts the surface acts more like a liquid, so yes.
I've heard you can also simulate it with rocks in a pan of flour.
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Any impact ripple looks "circular" except it is not circular, as it depends on the form of projectile and its velocity vector.
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The moon is a gigantic geode. Pretty crazy huh.
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I still see a circular ripple. The only thing at 0:52 is a splash outside of that from the impact. The ripple is still circular.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70186654


Secondary ripple is due to water splash falling down perpendicularly. The impact ripple is not circular. Do you suggest that rocky surface behaves identically?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920810


Impact ripple still looks circular.
As mentioned before, with very high energy impacts the surface acts more like a liquid, so yes.
I've heard you can also simulate it with rocks in a pan of flour.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70186654


Any impact ripple looks "circular" except it is not circular, as it depends on the form of projectile and its velocity vector.
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So you're saying it looks like a circle but it isn't? Just can't admit that the video you posted doesn't show what you wanted it to, can you?
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Secondary ripple is due to water splash falling down perpendicularly. The impact ripple is not circular. Do you suggest that rocky surface behaves identically?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920810


Impact ripple still looks circular.
As mentioned before, with very high energy impacts the surface acts more like a liquid, so yes.
I've heard you can also simulate it with rocks in a pan of flour.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70186654


Any impact ripple looks "circular" except it is not circular, as it depends on the form of projectile and its velocity vector.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920810


So you're saying it looks like a circle but it isn't? Just can't admit that the video you posted doesn't show what you wanted it to, can you?
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Ripples on water have a closed shape, in this sense they are circular. But impact ripple is not circular, far from it.
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You're an idiot.
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And you voted for Obama so who's the real idiot?
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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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Since this has been experimentally demonstrated as true, your disbelieve is of no consequence.
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD


Show me, just without water experiments.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920810

oblique+impact+crater+formation gets me 17,000 hits on Google Scholar: [link to scholar.google.nl (secure)]
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 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD


You are lazy. Am I supposed to study 17000 papers? Give me one good video of an experiment that proves what you are saying.
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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
OP is right

The whole landscape looks like recon photos that might as well be taken on earth after a wild bomb run.
It's easy to see the similarities.

Flat or Spherical moon, doesn't matter here... An insane amount of craters has been created by 'something' hitting the surface at 75-105 degrees... Pretty suspicious coming from meteors...

But the cream, which sort of rules out the electric universe thingy (which I find great, but not applicable here IMHO), is the pattern in which the craters were created... Small craters in rows and close together, medium craters in rows a bit farther from each other, larger craters even farther apart and in shorter rows... ie. NOT random...
Reminds you of something?... That's right, the old 'Caliber' vs 'Firing rate'... The bigger the weapon the slower the rate... Looks like at least 25 different kinds of weapons were used, with about 10-15 sizes dominating the landscape.
In some pictures it's really obvious... Absolutely aimed fire... NOT random sparks and not meteors, unless those meteors were fired from 'something' organized in an orderly fashion, which is fairly far fetched.



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The craters are caused by electrical activity, like pitting from a giant arc welder.

The ancient cultures witnessed these events, hence "Jupiter's Thunderbolts", etc.
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The craters are caused by electrical activity, like pitting from a giant arc welder.

The ancient cultures witnessed these events, hence "Jupiter's Thunderbolts", etc.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74922763


That giant arc welder did indeed have an extreme sense of order then, seeing that no being was in control of it... I assume...

and why don't we hear about 'Moon's Thunderbolts' then?
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Since this has been experimentally demonstrated as true, your disbelieve is of no consequence.
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD


Show me, just without water experiments.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920810

oblique+impact+crater+formation gets me 17,000 hits on Google Scholar: [link to scholar.google.nl (secure)]
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 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD


You are lazy. Am I supposed to study 17000 papers? Give me one good video of an experiment that proves what you are saying.
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Go to 6:50



Only very shallow impact angles produce a slightly egg shaped crater.

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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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Show me, just without water experiments.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920810

oblique+impact+crater+formation gets me 17,000 hits on Google Scholar: [link to scholar.google.nl (secure)]
book
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD


You are lazy. Am I supposed to study 17000 papers? Give me one good video of an experiment that proves what you are saying.
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Go to 6:50



Only very shallow impact angles produce a slightly egg shaped crater.

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 Quoting: Hydra

OK, but in this video the impact crater is egg-shaped, and I would not call it "slightly". Even the debris are clearly biased. Unfortunately they do not show it from above. Moon impacts are perfectly round.
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Show me, just without water experiments.
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oblique+impact+crater+formation gets me 17,000 hits on Google Scholar: [link to scholar.google.nl (secure)]
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 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD


You are lazy. Am I supposed to study 17000 papers? Give me one good video of an experiment that proves what you are saying.
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Go to 6:50



Only very shallow impact angles produce a slightly egg shaped crater.

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 Quoting: Hydra

To be more exact on my point, in this video the impact point of the crater is not in the center. But on the Moon the impact point is in the center of the crater. So, the egg-shape is inside the crater even if the outside rim is more or less round.
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oblique+impact+crater+formation gets me 17,000 hits on Google Scholar: [link to scholar.google.nl (secure)]
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 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

You are lazy. Am I supposed to study 17000 papers? Give me one good video of an experiment that proves what you are saying.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920810

Go to 6:50



Only very shallow impact angles produce a slightly egg shaped crater.
 Quoting: Hydra

OK, but in this video the impact crater is egg-shaped, and I would not call it "slightly". Even the debris are clearly biased. Unfortunately they do not show it from above. Moon impacts are perfectly round.
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No, the impact crater is not egg shaped.

Why? You gave the answer yourself:
Unfortunately they do not show it from above.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920810

If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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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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That's dumb to make such an assumption. The shape of a crater is directly determined by the impact angle.
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No, the impact crater is not egg shaped.

Why? You gave the answer yourself:
Unfortunately they do not show it from above.
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OK, you are assuming it is round, even if you do not see it. But I see that the center of the crater is not in the center of the outer rim.
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No, the impact crater is not egg shaped.

Why? You gave the answer yourself:
Unfortunately they do not show it from above.
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 Quoting: Hydra

OK, you are assuming it is round, even if you do not see it. But I see that the center of the crater is not in the center of the outer rim.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920810

Changing the goal post.

First: "If it were meteors, the craters would not be round."
When given scientific papers: "I don't go throught 17,000 papers - show me a video."
When given a video: "But the crater is egg shaped."
When pointed out that you contradicted yourself: "But, but, but ... it's round but the egg-shape is inside."

Yes, in the lab experiment the central peak is off centre - like it is in the crater Cassini or Aristoteles or Gale or Tycho or .......

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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

aseindia
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Re: Moon: Traces of a Space War
Since this has been experimentally demonstrated as true, your disbelieve is of no consequence.
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD


Show me, just without water experiments.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74920810

oblique+impact+crater+formation gets me 17,000 hits on Google Scholar: [link to scholar.google.nl (secure)]
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 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

You are lazy. Am I supposed to study 17000 papers? Give me one good video of an experiment that proves what you are saying.
 Quoting: Russian Coward 74920810

I am lazy?

I'm not the one that pontificated about a subject without actually having studied it.

It's just another demonstration of argument from ignorance.
You were ignorant of these experiments and just PRESUMED what ever popped up in your mind had to be true.
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Did meteors pass through the Earth to hit the Moon
on the side that always faces Earth?
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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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Did meteors pass through the Earth to hit the Moon
on the side that always faces Earth?
 Quoting: m o o n spells moon 68846223

1. How do you come to the conclusion that the moon was tidaly locked some hundred million years ago?
2. There is a lot of space between Earth and Moon.
3. Learn what a meteor is.
4. You are incredibly stupid.

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how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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Did meteors pass through the Earth to hit the Moon
on the side that always faces Earth?
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The Moon is 250,000 miles away. The Earth only gets in the way for a small angle. Wouldn't be a problem.
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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

Idol1
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It shows it is solid with little to no liquid core. The seismic vibrations traveled through with very little dampening.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70186654


chuckle


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