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Lunar meteorites are rare because of conspiracy?

 
Wretch Fossil
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Lunar meteorites are rare because of conspiracy?
At present there are only 48 kilograms of “lunar meteorites” while there are 382 kilograms of “moon rocks” (Ref. 1). However, there are many “lunar meteorites” scientists did not recognize. For example, this webpage [link to www.flickr.com]
displays a lot of “lunar meteorites” unrecognized by scientists. Is conspiracy involved in not recognizing the “lunar meteorites” displayed in the webpage?

NASA went to great lengths to show Apollo astronauts walked on the moon and brought back “moon rocks” while in fact the “moon rocks” did not come from the moon (Ref. 2). When NASA could produce the moon hoax, can it not influence the classification of lunar meteorites to cover up the moon hoax?

Ref. 1: Wikipedia article on moon rocks [link to en.wikipedia.org]
Quote from Ref. 1:
“During the six Apollo surface excursions, 2,415 samples weighing 382 kg (842 lb) were collected, the majority by Apollo 15, 16, and 17. The three Luna spacecraft returned with an additional 0.32 kg (0.7 lb) of samples. Since 1980, over 120 lunar meteorites representing about 60 different meteorite fall events (none witnessed) have been collected on Earth, with a total mass of over 48 kg.”

Ref. 2: “Moon Rocks” debunked in [link to www.wretch.cc]
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Re: Lunar meteorites are rare because of conspiracy?
Added on March 12, 2012:
“Lunar Meteorites” Did Not Come From Moon

“Moon rocks” were not collected from our moon (ref. 2). Scientists use faked “moon rocks” to classify some meteorites as “lunar meteorites” (ref. 3). Just like “moon rocks”, “lunar meteorites” also contain numerous fossils of muscle cells (ref. 4) when our moon never has atmosphere (ref. 5). So, “lunar meteorites” did not come from our moon. “Lunar meteorites” originated from Mars just as most meteorites originated from Mars (ref. 6).

Ref. 1 & 2: see original post
Ref. 3: [link to en.wikipedia.org]
Ref. 4: [link to www.wretch.cc]
Ref. 5: [link to en.wikipedia.org]
Ref. 6: [link to ireport.cnn.com] [link to www.wretch.cc]
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Re: Lunar meteorites are rare because of conspiracy?
Further evidence NASA faked moon rocks:

Scientists know for a long time that our moon has had no magnetism. So, rocks collected on the moon should not be magnetic. But many moon rocks are magnetic. This further proves that NASA FAKED MOON ROCKS.
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Re: Lunar meteorites are rare because of conspiracy?
Further evidence NASA faked moon rocks:

Scientists know for a long time that our moon has had no magnetism. So, rocks collected on the moon should not be magnetic. But many moon rocks are magnetic. This further proves that NASA FAKED MOON ROCKS.
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HEHEHE.

Ferromagnetism != generated dipole.





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