A Forum Dedicated to Discussion of the New York Times Bestseller "Dark Mission - The Secret History of NASA" by Richard C. Hoagland and Mike Bara
Hello All,And now---With apologies to the Beach Boys:(solo voice)Bomb-bomb-bomb, bomb-bomb the Moon,(chorus)Bomb-bomb-bomb, bomb-bomb-ba-Bomb the Moo-oo-oon,Let's do it soo-oo-oon,Bomb the Moo-oo-oon,We'll have 'em rockin' an' a rollin',Rockin' an' a reelin' bomb the Moon,Bomb-bomb, bomb-bomb the Moon.Did a rocket toss,Sent 'em a LCROSS,Never saw the dataSo it was a total lossWe bombed the MoonBomb-bomb, bomb-bomb-weBombed the Moo-oo-oon,We had 'em rockin' an' a rollin',Rockin' an' a reelin'Bomb the Moon bomb-bomb,Bomb-bomb the Moon.Bomb the Moon,Bomb the Moon,Bomb the Moon,Bomb the Moon...(fade):-)Hathor -- indulging a bit of songwriting...;-)
Between this and the article over at Popular Science today about the baguette-crumb-dropping bird that just shut down the Large Hadron Collider (yet again!), I'm getting my science-based laughs for the week! Here's the (cut-and-paste) link for the 'LHC-as-very-expensive-toaster' article:http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2009-11/bread-loving-bird-shuts-down-lhcAs one of the article comments at PopSci wryly observed, 'The Force is strong with this little bird...' Maybe NASA ought to consider sparrows, finches and stale french bread for their next lunar-dome-crunching mission...Peace,T'Zairis
Memo to them imbecile activists:Best way to prevent the next bombing is to go put yourselves out as human shields at the next target location.
Pres. Obama received the Nobel Peace Prize that very morning of the L-Cross mission. Author Stuart Wilde has an article at his site called "The Glowing Tolemac" showing a pictorial with what looks like a "religious" arrow striking the south node of the moon. Dragon Astrologer Louis Turi has described the Dragon's Tail as being associated with the south node of the moon. My own imagery started changing that very day. I'm inclined to think that perhaps, in line with ancient lunar artifacts, a hyperdimensional device that affects our psychology, was destroyed?
Hey T'Zairis,Maybe the birds can help provethat there ARE lunar domes upthere---since they can always find car windows!They never miss the glass! :-)))):-)Hathor -- The Bird's The Word;-)
Marsandro--Yeah, I can just see a moon-territorial mockingbird in a cutting-edge technology billion-dollar avian-design NASA spacesuit doing battle with his reflection in a (supposedly nonexistent) lunar dome-- The bird's repeated loops and sudden stops will be explained away as a suit-design-flaw malfunction that was somehow never addressed even though the suit was specifically designed for optimum mockingbird maneuverability and safety in a zero-G, airless environment. Somehow the suit experienced repeated sudden spontaneous catastrophic decelerations to 0 feet/sec, due to a suit-computer programming error. This error caused acceleration, deceleration and maneuvering thrusters to all fire at the same time, multiple times in succession, thus pounding the unfortunate bird inside the suit into jelly...Peace,T'Zairis
Well what do we have here.http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/space/11/13/water.moon.nasa/index.htmlNASA finds 'significant' water on moonI guess the mission really did work *wink wink*
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