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Old 23-12-2014, 03:56 PM   #49
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Here is another interesting perspective that i had not considered.

Do NASA Photos Confirm Moon Is Artificial?

Say cheese! Nasa captures stunning images of the far side of the moon



Now contrast that with the irregular contours of the earth:




First, it’s obvious the moon is hardly geographically similar to the earth. You see no huge irregular ridges like earth’s massive mountain ranges or deep trenches such as those within our oceans. (see photos below)

But even more than that, the moon very much does look like a metallic sphere with a dust covering that has been hit many times over but only to a specific depth–much like the affect of rain drops on a hard surface with a
substantial covering of dust.

Not very regular…





Did you Know the Crater Bottoms Are Convex Instead of Concave?

It has been found that asteroids and meteors not only create shallow craters on the Moon’s surface but produce a convex floor to the crater instead of concave as expected, supporting the idea of a rigid shell. Countless other pieces of evidence from astronomers and NASA scientists began to reveal that some 2-3 miles down there appear to be dense layers of metal—which would explain why the craters were convex. But the most astonishing conclusion is that the only theory which can completely explain all the anomalies is that the Moon is hollow with a shell about 20 miles thick—mostly metal. (Source)
If those black marks were made by electrical stimulation then there will be the trade mark element left behind and in larger quantities, Carbon.

Now here is my take on the convex crater bases/bottoms model, if they are convex, this could mean that they have some kind of under heat generation, and have exploded outwards and not an impact at all, like the bubble you get when the argon gas runs out on a "Mig Welder", the metal that is vaporised during electrolysis process expands because there is no gas shield around it to cool down the reaction, so the sphere could well be hollow.

Like a Yorkshire pudding expands in the frying pan, and creates a bubble.

Didn't NASA just fire an atomic bomb at the moon fairly recently and found out that it rang like a bell?
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