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WyoSeeker
27th January 2011, 02:10
Transient Lunar Phenomenon

Turns out that for a thousand years we've seen lights go on an off on the moon. Someone on the moon turning lights on and off doesn't fit with the "paradigm" so scientists just ignore the stupendous fact that there are lights on the moon, and they are being turned on and off. All of which is clearly documented in the Wikipedia article on the subject: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transient_lunar_phenomenon

We've got some pretty good pictures of the culprits too - you've just never been shown them. I recommend downloading the pictures below and zooming in on them. These are all un-retouched in any way but you can easily do your own research. Just be aware of NASA's common trick to show only black and white, and overexposed shots of the moon. While these are all NASA images except one, notice these are in color and not smudged out.

Try this picture. It clearly shows a translucent structure with supporting framework on the bottom of a moon crater. This "dome" is also self-luminescent and giving off enough light to illuminate the ground around it, this is not reflection. There are dual-lane above ground subway tunnels connecting surrounding structures that are themselves self-luminescent. The "tubes" are obviously three dimensional and follow the terrain.

[Some images very large so I didn't paste them here. Suggest following the link to view and download. Article continues]

http://justnoisehmmm.blogspot.com/2011/01/transient-lunar-phenomenon.html

Icecold
27th January 2011, 02:55
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbY3WvHEmh4

KonSen
27th January 2011, 12:13
Hey Wyoseeker!

I already knew about the phenomenon, but thx for bringing it in my mind again... This Lunar phenomenon is one of these things: When you show it to others ("nonbelievers") they just acclaim that these pictures have to be fake ( because it would be an easy one to do ), "Otherwise there would have been something in the TV news about it, no?" ;)

Ancient
27th January 2011, 14:16
Looks like a radiating blue force field supported by a framework super-structure.

http://orbitalvector.com/Defenses/Force%20Fields/atlantis%20shield.jpg

Cheers! ;)

kesom
27th January 2011, 14:41
ive been an amature astronomer all my life and ive seen them myself a few times over the years,i got myself a new telescope last year this is it (http://www.firstlightoptics.com/proddetail.php?prod=SW150PLota&cat=7) i can go up to 240 times zoom with it

ive seen green colored lights in a row so to say in craters in this area (http://www.lunarrepublic.com/atlas/sections/c5.shtml) top right 1/4

astronomers will tell you that its light catchin peaks in and around the crater rofl but i doubt the sun catches them in the exact same light for hours that ive obsereved and green light :lalala:

i'd say anyone that takes a look across the surface with a telescope for a few hours will definately see them

there defo up there ;)

peace K :)

Ancient
27th January 2011, 15:59
I completely agree that transient lunar phenomena are real, in fact I have seen quite a few myself over the years. But I think the Aristarchus crater looking like a dome is probably just an optical illusion. The pictures all appear to show a dome-like convex surface, but are actually just a conventional concave crater structure. The blue color and light emission qualities of the area are still a mystery though.

Check out this image from the Japanese Kaguya (Selene) spacecraft taken on February 1, 2008 at an altitude of of approximately 100km. You can see that the crater walls are very steep, almost vertical. It almost looks like a sinkhole instead of an impact crater.

http://wms.selene.jaxa.jp/selene_viewer/en/observation_mission/hdtv/030/hdtv_030_l.jpg

http://wms.selene.jaxa.jp/selene_viewer/en/observation_mission/hdtv/030/hdtv_030_l.jpg

Take care!