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PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 4:36 pm 
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http://www.ufos-aliens.co.uk/cosmicphotos.html

If you dare, follow the three links tothe end, then post your thoughts. :roll:


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 7:12 pm 
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from scientific point of view (about the moon):

-chances of it being where it is are like winning main prize in a lottery 2 times in a raw (really circular orbit, visible size of sun/moon EQUAL)
-there arent much mysteries about our solar system put there is still no sensible theory about the moon how did it got created and how did it managed to be where it is
-age of the moon is as high as of most meteorites and about half a billiard years older than the earth
-concentration of titanium is much higher than it should be expected
-seismic test showed that the moon is empty on the inside (rand like a bell after collision test was made)

and list goes on and on

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I don't doubt there are structures on the moon and or bases (cities), but keep in mind that the condition of the moon as it exists to us.....is ancient history in relation to the moon.

Of course the moon is older than the earth, its ancient, but it has not been in orbit around the earth for more than a brief time in relation to the history of the earth.

How it got here or where it is now remains a mystery.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 5:09 am 
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Thanks Dave: That adds some new thought.


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 Post subject: Re: Hot topic
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-seismic test showed that the moon is empty on the inside (rand like a bell after collision test was made)


Maybe collision was made around moon structures to find if there is underground corridors. I dont believe that whole moon is empty.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 22, 2009 2:23 am 
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well it is probably not "baloon" or "ball" empty but the aftershock wave shook the whole planet and the moon "rang" like a bell... and that is only posible when huge amount of space in the Moon is empty...

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Yes, the interior of the moon is hollow and recent research has discovered the core of the earth is also hollow.

There are now two little known studies which show the earth to have a hollow core.

And it would seem obvious that the moon must have a hollow core in order to ring like a bell.

The deep drilling in Russia has discovered that the temperature does not keep getting hotter the deeper you go because at about 11 kilometers down the temperature gradient starts to drop off. So I would say the core of the earth and moon are very cold.


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The deep drilling in Russia has discovered that the temperature does not keep getting hotter the deeper you go because at about 11 kilometers down the temperature gradient starts to drop off.


Russia take whole oil from syberia and there is very cold. Anyway how you explain lava from volcano?


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You have a thin crust and then a deep layer of magma and below that is a hollow core.

Volcanic activity and lava are a product of resistance in respect to friction and electrical induction.

Lava does not originate within the core but in the area between the core and the surface crust.

The highest temperature increases are closer to the surface than the core.

Keep in mind that the distance from the surface to the center of the core is roughly 3500 miles and if the temperature gradient is dropping off at 11 kilometers it is not too difficult to picture a very cold core.

You have an underlying energy increase to the center of the earth, which also indicates a cold core.


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I am curious to know why the idea of a hollow core is so objectionable to people?

What the accepted idea presents makes no sense as it goes from a thin brittle crust on the surface to a soft mantle to a liquid and then back to a solid or liquid metallic core with a huge pressure pushing to-wards the center.

Why this model does not explode is anybodies guess....but due to the fact that it is an unreal picture of the earth's structure.

Science has gravity increasing to the core, which would suggest the earth should be shrinking rather than expanding. But of course no one can examine the interior of the earth even if you do drill a very deep hole because a hole is simply an extension of the outside condition and has nothing to do with the internal condition.

On top of this there is a limit to the depth a hole can be drilled simply because the deeper hole is the greater is the resistance to go any further. Regardless of the power applied the drill eventually stops turning and refuses to go any deeper.


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